DIOCESAN COMMISSION FOR LABOUR, CATECHETICAL & BIBLE APOSIOLATE
The dignity of domestic workers, even of any class of workers. For that matter, has to be recognized in the globalization. Man develops the
relationship between individual or private property and the universal destination of material wealth. Man fulfills himself by using his
intelligence and freedom. In so doing, he utilizes the things of this world. The foundation of the right to private initiative and ownership is to be
found in this activity. So by means of his work. Man commits himself. Not only for his own sake but also for others and for their good. Man
works in order to provide for the needs of his family. His community, his nation and ultimately all humanity. Moreover, he collaborates in the
work of his fellow employee as well as in the work of suppliers and in the customer’s use of goods. In a progressively expanding chain of
solidarity. Ownership on the other hand, it is the means of production whether in industry or agriculture is just and legitimate. If it serves useful
work. It becomes illegitimate. However, when it is not utilized or when it serves to impede the work of others in an effort to gain a profit which
is not the result of the rather is the breaking of solidarity among working people, ownership of this kind has no justification and represents an
abuse in the sight of God and man. Therefore, this commission for labor is to be strengthened for those who are deprived of dignity and
respect. It would work for empowering and witnessing values in he light of Church’s teaching.
Worker united, based on gospel value of justice, equality and fraternity
Empowerment of the working class in the light of the church’s social teachings
Empowered working class enjoys their rights.
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