Diocese of Parañaque – Kin D. Bueno
Social doctrine of the Catholic church
- “On the details of these matters I have authorized my representatives, as well as your envoys, to confer with you” (2 Maccaabees 12:20); the divine integrity of the church lies our supreme alliegiance to the Trinity. With our allegiance to love we can morally understand the supremacy of the churches, in relation to supreme truth, and Eucharistic choices. “Turn back the wise and make their knowledge foolish” (Isaiah 45:25); the divine hope of God assures us an understanding of the moral and divine law. With the secrecy of the church, especially in divine counsels, we can understand the supreme revelation of love.
- “Whoever wishes to come after me must deny himself, take up his cross and follow me” (Matthew 16:24); the divine Eucharistic choices gives us an wellspring of love. With the morality of the church, we can spearhead truth, and understand the divine dogmatic intelligence of the Triune divine God. The Holy Spirit leads us to these choices, and allows us to recognize the supreme hope that eternity has to offer.
- “So he went forth from the land of the Chaldeans and settled in Haran.” (Acts 7:4); the divine hope of the Eucharist stands uncontested, for the contol of the Eucharist in reality is supreme, and cannot be revoked of its divine property. Further, the properties of control, systems, and love gives us an understanding of God’s liberality in terms of divinity and expression of His deity.