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PAUL VI, Pope, Encyclical Letter Sacerdotalis Caelibatus, 1967.
(10) Nevertheless, a wide-ranging debate has developed around CST and, in particular, some social encyclicals such as the encyclical letter Centesimus Annus (11) and more recently CV.
(15) Leo XIII, Encyclical Letter Testem Benevolentiae Nostrae (Jan.
A good example in the encyclical letter is that Pope Francis emphasizes the integration between human beings and biodiversity.
(5.) Pope Paul VI, Encyclical Letter, Populorum Progressio (Mar.
The letter spoke to the issue with the words of Pope Benedict XVI, who said in his encyclical letter Deus Caritas Est, eIuJustice is both the aim and the intrinsic criterion of all politics.
(71) This concept was expanded upon by Pope John Paul II in the 1981 encyclical letter Laborem Exercens.
As our Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI, tells us in his first encyclical letter, Deus Caritas Est, 'For her part, the church, as the social expression of Christian faith, has a proper independence and is structured on the basis of her faith as a community which the state must recognize.
In his encyclical letter in 1891, Pope Leo XIII pulled no punches: "It has come to pass that working [people] have been surrendered, isolated and helpless, to the hard-heartedness of employers and the greed of unchecked competition.
The essays are offered in direct response to and appreciation for Pope John Paul II's invitation to other church leaders and theologians in his 1995 encyclical letter, "Ut Unum Sint," to engage him in a "patient and fraternal dialogue" on the ministry of the Bishop of Rome, in particular the way that papal primacy is exercised on behalf of the unity of the whole church (p.
Although the priority given to the poor conforms to the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church as expressed in Popularum Progressio, the referential encyclical letter on development written in 1967 by Pope Paul VII, the perception of underdevelopment and its factors together with the opinion on the means and tools of development draw a line between traditionalist and modernist.
119), namely Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II, whose encyclical letter Fides et ratio "laments the decline of Aristotelian scholasticism since the Second Vatican Council and calls for a revival of Thomism in Catholic centers of learning" (p.