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The "right to work" is not an absolute right, but it is part of the right of each person to "direct one's own work" or, in other words, to reach the fullness of human life in the context of the family and of society, by being able to collaborate in the exercise of public power. There are, in addition, peoples and nations who lack the minimal conditions for social coexistence, which is a violation of human rights. The "state of nature," when it is not alleviated by law and peaceful means, must be brought under the universal jurisdiction of justice. If law fails to remedy the situations of insecurity, of poverty and of moral indifference, it must be supplemented by the coercive power of the state, entrusted to the groupings of citizens with responsibility and authority. The Church has shown that respect for human rights is an aspect of the divine plan for the good of human beings, in the history of salvation, here on earth and, after Christ, in the life of the kingdom of God.
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It is in this context that the Letter to the Ephesians, wherein the Apostle describes the Church as a building built of beautiful stones' and an organic body made up of the individual members, the family, and the different parish communities, is so rich in significance and usefulness. Here, in fact, St. Paul speaks of the family as the temple of the Holy Spirit (Eph. 2:21). Certainly, the family is a fundamental element of the Christian community and all the pastoral activities of the parish are directed to this end. As the Apostle taught, it is indivisible: "there is no longer Jew or Greek, there is no longer slave or free, there is no longer male and female: for all of you are one in Christ Jesus" (Galatians 3:28). In Christian families, a sacramental and marked presence of the Spirit is exercised and practiced, beginning from the first stage of Christian life and working towards perfect and lasting union in the married state. The renewal of life in the Church, which commences with baptism, is truly a life of "the Holy Spirit who lives in you (cf. Galatians 5:25) 'and no one who has been baptised into Christ Jesus has thereby become a slave of sin' (Romans 6:3). In the family of every believer (particularly, of the baptized, of which the great family of the Christian people is the ecclesial complement), this baptism is also present, with its baptismal grace, which illuminates and fills the members of the family and looks forward to the fullness of the Spirit to come, that is, to the definitive possession of the Kingdom of God by the Church: "for Christ is the head of every man, and the man is the head of the woman, and God the head of Christ" (1 Corinthians 12:11). In this perspective, the family is a place where a genuine growth in human dignity takes place. It is a space where the grace of the Holy Spirit, which transforms us, works towards a human wholeness and to the specific end of a truly human love, a genuine humanism. Here, we are not faced with a desiccated idealism.