Justice in the Kingdom on Earth
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___________ were Jewish people who strictly interpreted and lived the written laws of the Old Testament and the spoken teachings of religious leaders.
___________ is a gift that God freely gives us, his life within us.
God’s ___________ fills us with his love and enables us to live according to his will.
___________ is the act of making or of being made holy.
We are called to work for ___________ in God’s Kingdom on earth.
___________ occurs when people’s basic needs are not met.
Suffering occurs when people disrespect __________.
The Parable of the Good Samaritan teaches us that all people deserve our ___________ and love, regardless of their race, religion, and culture.
We must work with ___________, entrusted with protecting human rights, to create a just society that protects our freedom.
Anyone who might be suffering and in need of our help is our __________.
Society must be guided by the ___________ or it risks losing its freedom.
opinions of the majority
rich and powerful
light of the Gospel
After Jesus told the rich young man what he should do to inherit eternal life, the man went away sad because he was ___________.
unwilling to do what Jesus asked
Jesus promised that those who follow him by loving God and their neighbors will enjoy __________.
the kingdom of strangers
a life of comfort
We are made in God’s __________.
Treating someone poorly because he or she is different from you goes against the ways of Jesus, who sought ___________ for everyone.
The ___________ man in the Parable of the Good Samaritan represents anyone who might be suffering and need our help.
We express our love for God, our neighbors, and ourselves by respecting our own, and every person created by God’s, __________.
Our conscience tells us which actions go against the natural sense of ___________ that God gave us in creating us.
We do not gain the ___________ of Heaven purely through our efforts, but through Jesus Christ.
It is only by God’s grace, gained for us through___________ Death and Resurrection, that we have merit in God’s eyes.
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