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Students will understand that…. The economy is meant to serve human needs. God intended created goods to serve the whole of humanity.

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Students will understand that

Students will understand that….

  • The economy is meant to serve human needs.

  • God intended created goods to serve the whole of humanity.

  • Authentic moral character includes the practice of the virtues of temperance, so as to moderate attachment to this world's goods; the practice of the virtue of justice, to preserve our neighbor's rights and render him what is his due; and the practice of solidarity, in accordance with the golden rule and in keeping with the generosity of the Lord.

  • The fundamental obligation of political authority is to promote and protect the common good.


Essential questions

Essential Questions

  • What does “thou shalt not steal” mean when I am one of the privileged few in a global economy of multitudes of poor and hungry people?

  • What does it mean when Jesus tells me, “Blessed are the poor” and “Woe to the rich”?

  • Do I benefit from economic practices which include the unjust exploitation of human beings and the senseless destruction of the environment?

  • How can I be empowered to struggle against coveting riches for the work I do, achieving vain honor in the world, or taking pride in my success so that I may live in simplicity, humility and love of others?


Minimum wage activity

Minimum Wage Activity

  • In groups of 4, create a family budget based on the information given.


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Minimum Wage Activity

  • Get back into your family groups from the other day.

  • As a group, answer the following questions:

    • How would you describe your family’s economic class?

    • Why do you think you are in that class?

    • What could you or your family do in order to move up from that class?


Gift economy

Gift Economy

  • Gift economy

  • What is meant by “a sense of wrongness?”

  • Are we separate being among separate beings in a universe that is separate from ourselves?

  • How do you understand the “story of self?”


Poverty in the us

Poverty in the US

2012 Poverty Guidelines for the48 Contiguous States and the District of Columbia


Race and poverty in the us

Race and Poverty in the US

  • Forty-three percent of working families with at least one minority parent were low income,

  • Nearly twice the proportion of white working families (22 percent).

  • In 2010, 15.1% of Americans live in poverty (46.2 million people).

    • 9.9% of non-Hispanic whites

    • 27.4% of Blacks

    • 26.6% of Hispanics


Poverty in the us 2010 census

Poverty in the US: 2010 Census

  • In 2010, 15.1% of Americans live in poverty (46.2 million people).

  • That’s 2 out of every 13 people

  • 20.5 million people live in extreme poverty

    • Half of the federal poverty line

  • 22% of children under the age of 18 live in poverty


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Poverty in the US: 2010 Census

  • 1 in every 3 families are low-income.

  • More than 60 million people are enrolled in either Medicaid or SCHIP.

  • 50 million Americans do not have health insurance at all.

  • These numbers were made significantly worse because of the recession


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Poverty in the US

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cR3jQOgs9gc


Population

Population

  • Africa

  • Asia

  • Oceania

  • Europe

  • North America

  • South America

  • 13.1%

  • 60.6%

  • .5%

  • 12%

  • 5.2%

  • 8.6%


Wealth

Wealth

  • Africa

  • Asia

  • Oceania

  • Europe

  • North America

  • South America

  • Wealth

  • 1.8%

  • 25.5%

  • 1.6%

  • 32.2%

  • 31.8%

  • 5.1%

  • Population

  • 13.1%

  • 60.6%

  • .5%

  • 12%

  • 5.2%

  • 8.6%


Word population in fifths

Word Population in Fifths

  • Top 1/5

  • 2nd 1/5

  • 3rd 1/5

  • 4th 1/5

  • Bottom 1/5

  • 82.7%

  • 11.7%

  • 2.3%

  • 1.9%

  • 1.4%


7 th commandmant

7thCommandmant

  • “Thou Shalt Not Steal” (Exodus 20:15).

  • What does this passage mean? What is stealing?

  • Do you think, given these numbers, that being rich is the equivalent of stealing from the poor?


Jesus

Jesus

Blessings

Woes

  • Blessed are you who are poor, for yours is the kingdom of God.

  • Blessed are you who hunger now, for you will be satisfied.

  • Blessed are you who weep now, for you will laugh.

  • But woe to you who are rich, for you have already received your comfort.

  • Woe to you who are well fed now, for you will go hungry.

  • Woe to you who laugh now, for you will mourn and weep.


Blessed at bellarmine

Blessed at Bellarmine

  • Are we blessed at Bellarmine?

  • Why?


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