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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Ecclesia in Africa

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social

   Chapter,  Paragraph, Number
1 Intro, 0| peace, and the means of social communication. A mention 2 I, 0 | dialogue, pastoral care in social areas and the means of social 3 I, 0 | social areas and the means of social communication".17~ 4 I, 0 | Church is aware that her social doctrine will gain credibility 5 II, 1 | the religious, civil and social well-being of the Continent, 6 II, 1 | the political, economic, social and cultural development 7 II, 1 | political instability and social disorientation. The results 8 II, 1 | sin in its individual and social forms is very much present 9 II, 2 | Social and political difficulties~ 10 II, 2 | Assembly addressed the means of social communication, an issue 11 II, 2 | true also in the field of social communications which, being 12 II, 3 | to bring to bear upon the social fabric an influence aimed 13 II, 3 | must be formed to live the social implications of the Gospel 14 III, 0 | and peace and the means of social communication".82~For the 15 III, 0 | changes in the cultural, social, economic and political 16 III, 0 | being but is subject to social and economic questions. 17 III, 0 | of economics, politics, social or cultural life; it must 18 III, 0 | should not live in sub-human social, eco- nomic, cultural and 19 III, 0 | dignity, for justice and social peace, for the promotion, 20 III, 0 | of evangelization in the social field which is an aspect 21 III, 0 | Means of social communication~71. "From 22 III, 0 | global village'. The means of social communication have become 23 IV, 1 | cultural, economic and social — with Christian principles, 24 IV, 1 | religious, political, economic, social and cultural life. It is 25 IV, 2 | foundation on which the social edifice is built. This is 26 IV, 2 | the political, economic, social and cultural difficulties 27 IV, 2 | the first school of the social virtues that are the animating 28 IV, 2 | society, and undertakes its social role".166~Along these lines, 29 V, 1 | political, economic and social tasks by means of a solid 30 V, 1 | formation in the Church's social doctrine, so that in their 31 V, 2 | different religions and social backgrounds".201 The Church 32 V, 2 | important theological and social questions for the benefit 33 V, 2 | this time of generalized social upheaval on the Continent, 34 VI, 0 | should lay emphasis on the social teaching of the Church. 35 VI, 0 | credible manner in the face of social injustices".211~As a body 36 VI, 0 | education, health care, social awareness and in other programmes 37 VI, 0 | of elementary health and social services with the resulting 38 VI, 1 | Continent conditions of greater social justice and good government, 39 VI, 2 | Synod had much to say about social communications in the context 40 VI, 2 | of her duty of fostering social communications ad intra 41 VI, 2 | The traditional forms of social communication must never 42 VI, 2 | Using the means of social communication~125. Today 43 VI, 2 | disposal a variety of means of social communication, traditional 44 VI, 2 | Episcopal Committee for Social Communications, should be 45 VII, 0 | ethnic, cultural, national, social or other divisions in order 46 VII, 0 | situations and in their social, national and international


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