I Believe

  • All humans are equal,

  • Leaders must be one of the people,

  • We have a right to

  • Freedom of speech,

  • Religion

  • Personal beliefs

  • And we as a collective,

  • Entitled to help someone else in need,

  • Are bound by the equality defined by us.

  • I believe in time

  • It all works out.


I look to live each day as a servant leader; with an understanding of the equality of every human life and the importance of each persons story. From mission trips to conversations on the street, I look to be a source of hope, help, and do to the best of my ability provide the spiritual, mental and physical help every individual needs. This has shaped my life; from running the DePaul Coalition for the Homeless to experiencing 9 mission trips to areas all over the country. With that said, I also recognize that I am still in the beginning stages of my spiritual journey, with many events and wisdom to experience.

Human Dignity

The Catholic Church proclaims that human life is sacred and that the dignity of the human person is the foundation of a moral vision for society. This belief is the foundation of all the principles of our social teaching. In our society, human life is under direct attack from abortion and euthanasia. The value of human life is being threatened by cloning, embryonic stem cell research, and the use of the death penalty. The intentional targeting of civilians in war or terrorist attacks is always wrong. Catholic teaching also calls on us to work to avoid war. Nations must protect the right to life by finding increasingly effective ways to prevent conflicts and resolve them by peaceful means. We believe that every person is precious, that people are more important than things, and that the measure of every institution is whether it threatens or enhances the life and dignity of the human person.

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Dignitatis Humanae

Essentially a declaration of religious freedom and the call for all Christians to respect religious freedom, a freedom which must also be permitted by states. The church must be allowed to work freely, but compulsion or force must play no part in a person’s response to God.