The principle of the universal destination of goods holds that the earth's goods should be distributed fairly among all the people of the earth. God has provided for all people to have their basic needs met if we share the earth's goods fairly.
This principle is an invitation to develop an economic vision inspired by moral values that permit people not to lose sight of the origin or purpose of these goods: to bring about a world of fairness and solidarity. Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church, no. 171, 174
"Property, especially when it affects natural resources, must always serve the needs of the people." Pope Francis
"God intended the earth and all that it contains for the use of every human being and people ... All other rights whatsoever, including those of property and of free commerce, are to be subordinated to this principle." Pope Paul VI, Populorum Progressio (The Development of Peoples), 1967
"But God said to him, "You fool, this life will be demanded of you; and the things you have prepared, to whom will they belong?"(Luke 12:20).