The Holy Spirit & the Common Good

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The common good is defined as “the most good for all people.” Aristotle first conceived it, but Thomas Aquinas, a thirteenth-century Roman Catholic philosopher, honed it well as a Christian conception for how Christians ought to live alongside others who were different in society. This strict definition of the common good doesn’t prefer one human being over another; instead, it values all human life and wants what is best for all people — Christian or not. How can we remain rooted in the Gospel as we advance the common good?

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