Integral ecology: Ecology is the study of the relationships between living things and the environment in which they live and grow. Ecology considers the conditions required for life and acknowledges that everything is interconnected, one organism affecting the next. The environment refers to the relationship between nature and the community of creatures that lives in it. Humans are in nature and nature is in humans. An integral ecology, as Pope Francis describes, seeks comprehensive solutions from a humanism capable of bringing together different fields of knowledge, that considers the interactions with nature and social systems; an integral approach to combating poverty, restoring dignity to the excluded and at the same time protecting nature. (139) Laudato Si

Human Being are Unique and Equal: Each human being is unique and fundamentally equal to all other human beings—regardless of place and time, regardless of the development or expression of any specific abilities, regardless of any other features, physical or otherwise—because every human being is created, known, called and loved eternally by God (Psalm 139:13).