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Pope John Paul II, Encyclical Letter, Centesimus Annus [paragraph] 3 (May 1, 1991) [hereinafter Centesimus Annus], reprinted in CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT, supra note 5, at 439, 440, available at http://www.
Pius XIII, elected in March, did not take up the draft document, although some of its argument is to be found in his encyclical letter Summi pontificatus (1939), and both LaFarge and Gundlach used material from the draft in subsequent writings.
Issued in the seventeenth year of his papacy, THE GOSPEL OF LIFE contains the complete text of the Pontiff's encyclical letter on moral conduct in the modern world.
The Holy Father is writing an encyclical letter on that, but not only on the perspective on global warming," said Rodriguez.
Most young Catholics today have grown up in the abrasive and polarized Catholicism ignited by the encyclical letter Humanae vitae (1968), wherein Pope Paul VI reaffirmed the Catholic teaching against artificial means of contraception.
John Paul II, Encyclical Letter Redemptoris missio (1990), para.
Although the exact distinctions between an encyclical letter, a Motu propio, an apostolic exhortation, an allocution, and a response by a Roman dicastery leave most of the Catholic faithful largely indifferent, canon lawyers and theologians need to take account of the degrees of authority that accrue to the various expressions of papal primacy.
On March 25, 1995, Pope John Paul II signed his long-awaited encyclical letter On the Value and Inviolability of Human Life.
Benedict XVI, encyclical letter Caritas in Veritate (June 29,
Most Catholics in Japan have not heard of Humanae vitae," the Japanese bishops say, referring to Pope Paul VI's encyclical letter banning artificial birth control.
In his 1995 encyclical letter The Gospel of Life (Evangelium vitae), Pope John Paul II writes about the "culture of death" that is being increasingly embraced by nations of the Western world:
A few months ago Pope John Paul II published his latest encyclical letter, Fides et ratio (Faith and Reason).