is the interaction of a variety of systems: political, physical, ethical (moral), socioeconomic, ecological, and theological that shape the beliefs, values, traditions, and behaviors of a group of people who generally live in a similar geographical region.
is a self-reproducing grouping of individuals occupying a particular territory, which may have its own distinctive culture and institutions. The following three components are common to all definitions of society: Social networks Criteria for membership, and Characteristic patterns of organization
is treating people fairly and with respect. Catholics understand justice as the establishment of loving relationships among human beings, God, and creation so that life can flourish
refers to conceptions of justice applied to an entire society. That is to say, it refers to the idea of a just society, which gives individuals and groups fair treatment and a just share of the benefits of society such as wealth and resources. Social justice is also a concept used to describe the movement towards a socially just world. In this context, social justice is based on the idea of human rights and equality for everyone, in every country and at every level of society.