Key Principles of Catholic Social Teachings
- Human Dignity
- Community and the Common Good
- Option for the Poor and Vulnerable
- Participation Dignity of Work and Rights of Workers
- Stewardship of Creation
- Role of Government
- Promotion of Peace
Togo is located in Western Africa sandwiched between Benin on the east and Ghana on the west. Burkina Faso is at its northern boarder. Its coastal boarder in the south is on the Bight of Benin.
We must value ourselves and others in order to raise the base not only of our own well-being, but that of the community and creation
Values are the very essence of Multiply the HARVEST. Subtly and gently embedded, they positively influence choices and decisions, no matter the status in life. The motivating values for Multiply the HARVEST are: Human life is sacred and the dignity of every person is valued and necessary for good social design.
Using the key principles of Catholic Social Teaching as our guide, we collectively participate in questioning and reflecting, within the context of personal behaviors, principles and standards. We then consider the ramifications of these values, both at a personal level, and for the wider community and creation. Having gained insight, this new insight is integrated into how we work in cooperation for the common good of all.