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All workers have inalienable rights, as the economy should serve the person; the person does not exist to serve the economy.

“The rights of workers, like all other rights, are based on the nature of the human person and on their transcendent dignity.” ﹣Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church, #301

By our work, we participate as “co-creators of God’s Kingdom,” as Pope John Paul II has declared.

“Work represents a fundamental dimension of human existence as participation not only in the act of creation but also in the act of redemption.” ﹣Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church, #263

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