Daily Catholic Quiz – Dignity of the Human Person

Question: On what is the dignity of the human person derived and fulfilled?

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  1. Ans: This question was really of two parts. The first regards the source and cause of human dignity. It comes from God not from us or our accomplishments. It is “rooted in [our] creation in the image and likeness of God.” The second regards the fulfillment of this dignity. “It is fulfilled in (our) vocation to divine beatitude.” We are made for God and heaven.

    (CCC 1700) “The dignity of the human person is rooted in his creation in the image and likeness of God; it is fulfilled in his vocation to divine beatitude.”

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    – Deacon Mike

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