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1 Intro,2| responsibilities in the professional, social, cultural and political 2 Intro,3| both in the Church and in social, economic, political and 3 Intro,3| a world whose economic, social, political and cultural 4 Intro,5| also in cultural, economic, social and political areas. To 5 Intro,6| generously committed to the social and political field, working 6 1,14 | everyday in their family and social life, as well as to express 7 1,15 | circumstances of family and social life, from which the very 8 1,15 | family ones, from which social relationships arise, willingly 9 1,17 | everyday professional and social life. Therefore, to respond 10 2,27 | dramatic events. Oftentimes the social context, especially in certain 11 2,29 | formation itself expresses the social nature of the person and 12 2,29 | but by an individual as "a social being", that is, as a member 13 2,30 | in light of the Church's social doctrine, places it at the 14 2,30 | Christians in various settings of social life and the creation and 15 3,37 | race or economics to those social and cultural, from political 16 3,37 | can be generated in the social sphere, as much as for the 17 3,38 | well as in the medical, social, legislative and economic 18 3,39 | coexistence ... The civil and social right to religious freedom, 19 3,40 | human person has an inherent social dimension which calls a 20 3,40 | a fruit and sign of the social nature of the individual 21 3,40 | basic expression of the social dimension of the person, 22 3,40 | identity as the primary social nucleus, and its basic role 23 3,40 | proper participation in social life. In such a way the 24 3,40 | family and to lessen its social value become more pressing 25 3,40 | acquires an incomparable social value. The Church, for her 26 3,41 | need and forgotten by the social services of society itself, 27 3,42 | many different economic, social, legislative, administrative 28 3,42 | all those conditions of social life by which individuals, 29 3,42 | Church and enlightened by her social doctrine. In this they can 30 3,42 | a just international and social order(157).~ 31 3,43 | solution according to the social doctrine of the Church. 32 3,43 | faithful.~The basis for the social doctrine of the Church is 33 3,43 | purpose-possesses an intrinsic social function. Concretely the 34 3,44 | as a human family and of social evolution. In light of the 35 3,44 | its labour; to humanize social life both in the family 36 3,44 | culture is the means of social communications(166). The 37 4,48 | the insufficiencies of social organizations, official 38 4,49 | Church life as well as in social and public life. A more 39 4,49 | effort towards "humanizing" social relations.~Gathering together 40 4,50 | only in the surroundings of social living but also and above 41 4,51 | person, of an individual yet social life. The Second Vatican 42 4,56 | from one's professional and social activity. All should not 43 5,58 | as well as the diverse social and historic situations 44 5,59 | in a family, at work, in social relationships, in the responsibilities 45 5,60 | presentation-of the Church's social doctrine, as repeatedly 46 5,60 | a proper formation of a social conscience, especially in 47 5,60 | especially in the Church's social teaching, which contains 48 5,60 | universities. Nevertheless, this social doctrine of the Church is 49 5,60 | principles even concerning the social order and of all Christians 50 5,60 | and the virtues related to social behaviour, namely, honesty, 51 5,62 | formation. In the present social and historical context which


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