SOCIAL JUSTICE

The United Catholic Church is committed to being a presence and voice of Christ in the modern world.  As a community of faith, we hold these tenets as sacred.

  • The Dignity of the Human Person:  EVERY person is created in the image of God, regardless of race, creed, ethnic background, sexual orientation, religious practice,  or country of origin.  As such, every human being is to be treated with dignity, respect, and equality under the eyes of God and the Church.  
    "Untouchables" does not exist in the Christian World.​  Therefore, everyone is welcome as a Holy Creation of God. 

  • The Dignity of Work:  As human beings, our ability to perform work sets us apart from the rest of creation.  We are given the charge to work for self-improvement and for the good of the whole.   Work leads to self-dignity in our ability to provide for family and society.  However, when work becomes an instrument of violence and disrespect, we lose our self-worth and the ability to contribute to the growth of humanity.  Non-discrimination, bias, just wages, and fair opportunity are the pillars of the Dignity of Work that the United Catholic Church supports and defends.

  • The Dignity of Faith:  The Divine can not be captured by time or space:  Rather, we embrace and promote the basic definition of faith as an Experience of God.  This faith is unique to every human being in creation and can not be manipulated by groups or individuals.  We allow God to be God and try in earnest to keep up.  Prejudice or the intimation of inequity based on faith is not in keeping with the example of Jesus who embraced all.  In the United Catholic Church, we embrace the diversity of faith as it presents each of us the opportunity to experience the divine in new and exciting ways.

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The United Catholic Church is forming a council on Social Justice Issues that affect our local, national, and global efforts.  If you are interested in helping, please Contact Us: