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20) The pope never lost control of the issue, and the idea of such a "central board" was buried on September 15, 1965, when the pope published the motu proprio Apostolica sollicitudo that created the bishops' synod.
He goes on to discuss, perhaps too briefly, John XXIII's and Paul VI's development of a global vision and rounds out the chapter with John Paul II's seminal social encyclicals (Labomm Exercens, Sollicitudo Rei Socialis, and Centesimus Annus) as well as that pontiffs concern for the partial redefinition of ownership in an information age.
Third World countries, rather than becoming more independent during the past 20 years, have "become parts of a machine, cogs on a gigantic wheel," said the pope's 102-page social encyclical, Sollicitudo Rei Socialis ("On Social Concerns").
Based upon and justified by the Church's principle that "God intended the earth with everything contained in it for the use of all human beings and peoples" (Gaudium et Spes, [section]69), John Paul II in Sollicitudo Rei Socialis (hereafter SRS) argues that private property is not exclusively private in nature, that it has a social function.
Part 4 of Sollicitudo Rei Socialis addresses authentic human
For example, in Sollicitudo rei socialis, we read: "There are many millions who are deprived of hope due to the fact that, in many parts of the world, their situation has noticeably worsened.
Jau Stojoje mpi/mna buvo nusistovejes terminas, Naujajame testamente, Vulgatoje pasikartojantis kaip sollicitudo.
As for Pope John Paul II's Sollicitudo Rei Socialis, Buckley called it "heart-tearingly misbegotten" with a "Tweedledum-Tweedledee view.
Using examples from several Catholic high schools, this paper will also examine how the IB can help schools to deepen the realization of Catholic identity and provide them with an ordered, humanities-based curriculum that draws on the Catholic tradition of education as it helps young people develop what Pope John Paul II (1987) in his encyclical Sollicitudo Rei Socialis called "the Virtue of Solidarity" (1987, sec.
Whatever the merits of Apostolica Sollicitudo, it was an expression of papal primacy, not of collegiality, a word never mentioned in the text.
The World Synod of Bishops was formally instituted by Paul VI in the apostolic letter Apostolica sollicitudo of 15 September 1965 and was subsequently defined in the new code of canon law of 1983.
Pope John Paul II rightly praised Populorum Progressio for its originality in his encyclical Sollicitudo Rei Socialis (24) celebrating the twentieth anniversary of Pope Paul VI's letter.