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Hello i need a Good and Positive Comment related with this argument .A paragraph  with no more  100 words.

Kristie Keel 

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Re:Topic 2 DQ 1

“Catholic social teaching prioritizes the dignity of the human person, created “Imago Dei” (Gen. 1:27), in the image and likeness of God. We respect human dignity by recognizing both a duty to care for the sick and personal responsibility for maintaining our own health.”

 First we must understand that we need improve access to healthcare while improving on affordability and quality care for all citizens. Secondly, we then are responsible for caring for ourselves and our families. Developing a patient relationship that encourages decreasing core morbidities and promoting a healthy lifestyle is huge in making the change in healthcare.

“Healthcare reform will be judged by our commitment to the poor and vulnerable. We ought to love our neighbor, feed the poor, cloth the naked, and care for the sick (Matt. 25:40).”

When we consider the changes that need to be made in the healthcare system we cannot forget our Christian back ground and remember those that Jesus would have us care for.

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