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In this section we studied Doing Faithjustice by Fred Kammer SJ Through this article we have learned the definition of justice as well as how to approach injustice as a Catholic Christian Kammer explains that our world is inevitable structured in order to attempt to make life easier However sometimes these structures are organized in such a way that people are hurt physically economically emotionally etc Working for justice he says is formulating a plan to reform or remove these structures and then executing this plan Our previous studies of the Gospel of Luke explain to us the extent to which we should work at achieving this justice Jesus devoted his life to the reform of the immoral aspects of his society and expects us to do them same despite any hardships Jesus said You will be betrayed even by parents and brothersYou will be hated by all because of my name Based on our studies of both the Gospel according to Luke and Fred Kammers Doing Faithjustice we can narrow the Catholic Christian definition of justice into a concise statement Justice is upon the analysis of our society the correction of the structures people places processes deemed immoral According to Kammer this correction must be achieved through a structured as well as personal response to the systems that are not working well The Gospel according to Luke teaches the importance of this response action through the example of Jesus Through the integration of our knowledge and our faith as our inspiration we are called to act against any opposition to our definition of justice
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