The social teachings of the Catholic Church concern the human person in relation to the Creator as evidenced in her diakonia ministry. But the numerous facets of the Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiological relevance of these teachings remain largely unknown to Catholics in general. That lacuna is what this book admirably fills in. Faith, hope and love being the three cardinal virtues of Christian Theology, the contents of this book reiterate that the ministry of service and charity is one of the core faith-expressions of the Church whose diakonia ministry is a tangible expression of faith in action. Not only every Christian, but also all people of goodwill would be able to draw much inspiration, encouragement and motivation from this book for a consistent commitment to the cause of social justice in response to the changing social ethos and situations across the world.