According to the compendium issued by the Holy See in 2004, “the primary and fundamental” core principles of Catholic social doctrine are “the dignity of the human person, the common good, subsidiarity and solidarity.” All other authentic expressions of Catholic social justice stem from these “permanent and universal” principles. Simple enough, right?1
Social Justice Committee at St. Paul.
The committee seeks social justice through their respective subcommittees addressing issues of concern or injustice that occur every day in our community. To achieve this goal we promote awareness through activities that help educate or entertain the people of the parish and orient them to work as a team against the indifference and injustice .
If you are interested in learning more about the needs of our youth, seniors, men, women, immigration issues that are being addressed in our parish please contact the Rectory–office and leave a message.