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1 1, 6 | telegram of the same date to 0 Estado de S. Paulo). This 2 End, 3 | Cattolica, Rome, 10/17/1964, pp. 110‑23), its coexistence with 3 4 (19) | Thomas Aquinas, Contra Gent., 111, 71.~ 4 4, 1 | enmities" ‑‑ Genesis, 3:15) and to the earthly condition 5 4 (17) | Summa Theologica, 22, Q. 158, a. 1.~ 6 4 (22) | Rome, cited in footnote 16.~ 7 End, 3 | Civilta Cattolica, Rome, 10/17/1964, pp. 110‑23), its coexistence 8 Intro, 2 | reprinted in Catolicismo (no. 170, Feb. 1965), Mr. Z. Czajkowski 9 1, 5 | S. Paulo, 4/11/71 and 4/18/71).~The many upheavals 10 Intro | in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1908. He received his doctorate 11 4 (18) | Librairie Plon, Paris, 1914, Vol. 11, p. 375.~ 12 App2 | Washington Naval Treaty of 1922 and the London Naval Treaty 13 App2 | the Kellogg‑Briand Pact of 1928 wherein nations denounced 14 App2 | the London Naval Treaty of 1930 were regarded as outstanding 15 1, 5 | hands of tiny Finland in 1939. How can one be sure that 16 4, 1 | Editora Ave Maria, São Paulo, 1943), which in 1949 was praised 17 3, 2 | Christmas Radio Message of 1944, by the transformation of 18 4, 1 | São Paulo, 1943), which in 1949 was praised in a letter 19 4 (22) | Humani Generis of August 12, 1950, says of this kind of irenicism: " 20 4 (21) | Publications, Bay Shore, New York, 1955, nos. 52 & 54, pp. 33‑34).~ 21 1, 5 | and unfortunate Hungary in 1956. Thus, although they were 22 Intro | newspaper Folha de S. Paulo.~In 1960 he founded the Brazilian 23 2 (6) | 4th edition, Sâo Paulo, 1962, pp. XIX and 9). We use 24 Intro, 2 | Catolicismo (no. 170, Feb. 1965), Mr. Z. Czajkowski enumerated 25 Intro (1)| in Kierunki (Nos. 51‑52,1967), Mr. Z. Czajkowski, Editor‑ 26 Intro (1)| page report in the January 1968 issue of La Vie Catholique 27 Intro (1)| cf. Catolicismo, April 1971). This also shows on which 28 1, 6 | by it" (Pravda, Jan. 6, 1975, from an AFP telegram of 29 App2 | example, on December 31, 1981, Bishop Roger Mahoney of 30 4, 2 | with others (cf. footnote 22).~This extreme ecumenism 31 End, 3 | Rome, 10/17/1964, pp. 110‑23), its coexistence with religions 32 3, 2 | Radiomessaggi, Vol. VI, p. 239).~This massification can 33 End, 7 | s Central Committee, 11/26/1963, in one of its meetings). 34 1 (3) | Communism were also affirmed by 269 of the Prelates present 35 2, 6 | JulyOct. 1976, item VI, p. 27). One can see how socialist 36 4, 2 | the chaff (cf. Matt. 13:2430). This life has a fundamental 37 App2 | For example, on December 31, 1981, Bishop Roger Mahoney 38 4 (21) | 1955, nos. 52 & 54, pp. 33‑34).~ 39 4 (21) | 1955, nos. 52 & 54, pp. 33‑34).~ 40 1, 5 | candidates, Allende received only 36.3% of the votes, compared 41 4 (18) | Paris, 1914, Vol. 11, p. 375.~ 42 1, 5 | the votes, compared to the 38.7% he had obtained in the 43 End (26) | Cont. Faust., XXII, 74, PL. 42, 447). If these are the 44 End (26) | Faust., XXII, 74, PL. 42, 447). If these are the sins 45 4 (22) | Radiomessagi, vol. XII, p. 488).~Paul VI also speaks expressively 46 2 (6) | Freitas, Ed. Vera Cruz, 4th edition, Sâo Paulo, 1962, 47 Intro (1)| Again in Kierunki (Nos. 5152,1967), Mr. Z. Czajkowski, 48 4 (21) | New York, 1955, nos. 52 & 54, pp. 33‑34).~ 49 4 (16) | Suam (AAS, LVI, 10, pp ‑609‑59) is helpful.~The theme of 50 Intro (1)| Note from the 5th edition: Unperceived Ideological 51 4 (16) | Suam (AAS, LVI, 10, pp609‑59) is helpful.~The theme 52 1 (3) | Second Vatican Council from 66 countries in a substantial 53 App2 | War 11 and the resulting 66give‑aways" at Teheran and Yalta 54 1, 5 | Folha de S. Paulo, 10/9/70), in the 1964 presidential 55 End (26) | sentiments" (Cont. Faust., XXII, 74, PL. 42, 447). If these 56 App2 | The Victoria Advocate, 7982).~The clever mixture of 57 3, 2 | itself (Juvenal, Sat. VIII, 84).~‑ Insensitivity to the 58 3 (11) | no. 9AAS, LVII 1, p. 98). Clearly, "truly competent 59 4, 2 | by definition a pacifist "á outrance;" he is ultra‑ecumenical 60 4 (21) | persecuted his brother Abel, and Esau his brother Jacob, 61 4, 3 | Militant, that is, the most abnegated, most consistent, most perspicacious 62 2, 6 | go farther by gradually abolishing legitimate privileges and 63 End, 5 | Irenic peace is not just the absence of thermonuclear or conventional 64 3 (11) | This risk was not absent from the preoccupations 65 4, 3 | fraternally and lovingly absorbed in the production of successive 66 4, 3 | phase of the process in abstracto will be followed by the 67 3, 2 | natural elasticity almost to absurdity.~ ~ 68 4, 1 | eliminate it completely? "Abusus non tollit usum," answers 69 Intro, 3 | ipso facto recognize the abyss into which they are falling 70 App2 | associated with the Pontifical Academy of Sciences were sent by 71 2, 1 | communist propaganda can accelerate this process of deterioration, 72 1, 11 | this psychological goal accentuates in these adversaries a certain 73 4, 3 | seductions of the pacifist myth, accentuating our Thomist's irenic ardor 74 End, 1 | position is all the more acceptable to communism since communist 75 Intro, 4 | one who wants only to make accommodations, concessions, and retreat. 76 End, 1 | the evolution of matter is accomplished through thesis, antithesis, 77 1 (2) | continually appeals for an accord with the Catholics. This 78 4, 2 | faithful knows to be in accordance with the highest designs 79 1, 10 | negotiations and judicious accords that do not entail a renunciation 80 4, 2 | help to unite souls. "Good accounting makes good friends," says 81 4, 3 | everything serves to document the accusations made against him. The most 82 4, 3 | any weapon against someone accused of such an "error:" campaign 83 1, 6 | de S. Paulo). This is an acknowledgment of how deadly a hypothetical 84 4, 2 | worldly proletarian hopes to acquire the same either by becoming 85 4 (22) | the harm of principles, acquired rights, etc. In short, we 86 | across 87 2, 2 | the level of individual activism, for example, a prominent 88 1, 4 | whole, in all aspects of his activity.~ ~ 89 3, 2 | it necessarily requires adaptations to each concrete case.~For 90 2, 2 | strategy is appropriately adapted to each one of these types:~· 91 App2 | From the same commencement address he recalls: "A human being, ' 92 2, 1 | the initial handful of adepts begins to expound communist 93 4, 1 | people and are done with adequate publicity, they actually 94 4, 3 | two groups to be studied adequately:~‑ the direct effects it 95 2, 1 | people who are predisposed to adhere to communism on account 96 End, 1 | prepares the soul for an open adherence to communist doctrine;~· 97 Intro, 3 | the hypothesis of becoming adherents of communism no longer horrifies 98 4, 3 | feelings, and actions, adhering only to the solutions consonant 99 App2 | peruse the morning newspaper. Adjusting his sunglasses and repositioning 100 4, 2 | having nothing more than an administrative role and be transformed 101 3 (10) | separation is expressed with admirable moral and canonical precision 102 4, 3 | predisposed to emphatically admire the irenic apostle.~The 103 4, 3 | Thomas in the cohort of admirers Kierkegaard had even before 104 4, 1 | Burn what you adored and adore what you burned." It is 105 4, 1 | Remigius, "Burn what you adored and adore what you burned." 106 1, 5 | is licit or whether it is adroit from a strictly political 107 Intro (1)| essay, he most shamelessly adulterated the different parts he wanted 108 2, 7 | liberalism facilitates divorce, adultery, and the revolt of children 109 4, 1 | fearsympathy syndrome thus advancing the unperceived ideological 110 4, 1 | be mere abstract ideas or adverse economics or social conditions; 111 App2 | Division and a scientific advisor to Presidents Eisenhower, 112 App2 | welcome" (The Victoria Advocate, 79‑82).~The clever mixture 113 4, 3 | they are communists. By the affability that characterizes it, dialogue 114 4, 3 | dialogue." Benevolent and affable, the irenic "dialoguer" 115 4, 3 | produce an intense warming of affections, and entertainment and investigation 116 End, 7 | maneuver in mind for countries affiliated with other religions.~Everything 117 4 (16) | harmony between what we affirm about legitimate dialogue 118 End, 7 | certain things that suggest an affirmative answer to our question.~ 119 4 (16) | There Paul VI energetically affirms: "The sword of the spirit 120 1, 9 | standing, then justice, affluence, and peace will finally 121 End, 7 | this line, and so does the aforementioned article of Fr. De Rosa ( 122 1, 6 | Pravda, Jan. 6, 1975, from an AFP telegram of the same date 123 4, 3 | still has one fear. He is afraid that the existentialist 124 2 (8) | advance of Communism in North Africa as it was with that in Cuba.~ 125 2, 2 | of sight. It has to pick agents posing as noncommunists 126 4, 2 | marked vigor after the Middle Ages. From Morus and Campanella 127 4, 3 | from remaining or becoming aggravated. The Thomist then presumes 128 App1 | talismanic efficacy, once again aggravates the irenistic emotion and 129 1 (5) | China shows a somber and aggressive face which can work on the 130 1, 9 | figure of the communist aggressor, as imagined by the vast 131 4, 3 | presented as a perfect and agile expert on the most recent 132 2, 1 | factors of discontent and agitation. This is done through well‑ 133 App2 | this country sixty years ago. At that time, the Republican 134 2 (6) | proper to it (cf.Reforma Agraria ‑ Questao de Consciencia 135 End, 7 | state that if Catholics agree to collaborate in building 136 4, 2 | have a meaning of soft and agreeable peace. The utopianist is 137 2, 2 | psychological offensive aiming at disorganizing, discouraging 138 2, 3 | of opinion likely to be alarmed and react at the advance 139 4 (16) | legitimate forms of dialogue, albeit less complete.~All this 140 App2 | the oncoming nuclear war. Albert Einstein said a nuclear 141 End, 8 | natural repulsion people thus alerted have for communism will 142 1, 3 | to the necessary task of alerting the world to communism's 143 End, 8 | TO HAVE MAN COMPLETELY ALIEN~ATED TO AND BY THE STATE 144 End, 8 | HEART WILL TRIUMPH!"~ ~ ~MAN ALIENATED (ESTRANGED) BY THE UNNATURAL~ 145 Intro, 2 | Whereas Mr. Z. Czajkowski alluded properly to "debate," by 146 4, 3 | appears to be ever more alluring and brilliant to the irenistic 147 4, 2 | deform and undermine it. The ally of the true Catholic in 148 4, 1 | honor of being raised to the altar and whose works constitute 149 3 (10) | this study. We occasionally alternate it with "heretic" and "schismatic," 150 App2 | fantasies. Despite the tranquil ambience of his morning, the rest 151 4 (16) | characteristics, modes and its immense ambit, which encompasses all mankind.~ 152 1, 5 | achieve its imperialistic ambition, communism has to overcome 153 4, 1 | Nathan against David, Saint Ambrose against Emperor Theodosius, 154 1, 6 | highway robber hidden in ambush is to attack. His victim 155 Intro | twelve other countries in the Americas and Europe, inspired by 156 4, 3 | argument, even while still amiable, is imbued with a note of 157 2, 6 | confiscatory reforms of structure amount to indirect action over 158 Intro, 4 | communism, or take on a less ample and radical mode, e.g. when 159 4, 2 | interlocution.~This ecumenism is amply based on numerous pontifical 160 4 (16) | dialogue that we propose to analyse and bring to the attention 161 3, 3 | the talismanic word the analytic attention of whoever uses 162 4, 1 | Aims to investigate, study, analyze. Habitually, the emotional 163 4, 1 | etymological meaning already analyzed, let a strict meaning of 164 4, 2 | replacing them with a universal anarchocooperativist regime on 165 2, 2 | described neutralizing and anesthetizing action over this important 166 1 (3) | socialism and communism anew. The complete text of this 167 3 (10) | and use only "separated angel".~ 168 End, 1 | the utmost importance to annihilate all religions, it is easy 169 App2 | advocates want to avoid: the annihilation of mankind.~ ~ ~ 170 Intro, 2 | thoroughly refute our work.1 We answered through Brazil's well‑known 171 1, 5 | that communism faces.~ ~Answering Possible Objections~ ~· 172 4, 3 | not presuppose an absolute antagonism between truth and error 173 2, 2 | indifferent from becoming antagonistic to communism and the non‑ 174 End, 8 | ESTRANGED) BY THE UNNATURAL~AND ANTINATURAL CONDITIONS PRODUCED 175 1, 5 | Marxism. The essentially antinatural character appearing in all 176 4, 3 | understood, contrary to the "antipathetic" and "discriminatory" manner 177 4, 3 | through new frictions with antithetical formulations this synthesis 178 2, 5 | legitimate way, and finally, to anxiously desire the abolition of 179 App1 | PHASE IRENISTICRELATIVISTIC APOGEE: HEGELIANISM~~ ~~~~~~DEGREES 180 End (26) | men, " warns the Prince of Apostles (Acts 5:29).~In reality, 181 4, 2 | Apostolic Letter Notre Charge Apostolique against the "Sillon."~ ~ 182 1, 5 | would it need a huge police apparatus to remain in power? Why 183 Intro, 3 | deepening their knowledge of an appealing "truth," or constellation 184 1 (2) | possible, and it continually appeals for an accord with the Catholics. 185 1, 7 | concludes that in spite of all appearances to the contrary, the global 186 4 (22) | an "irenicism" (policy of appeasement) such that, putting to the 187 4, 2 | the unruly instincts and appetites.~Because the utopianist 188 3, 2 | and even when it is not applicable, thus making himself more 189 4, 1 | argument pure and simple applies also to polemics. Polemics 190 3 (10) | lies in the due and full appraisal of both elementsfraternity 191 4, 1 | in our times will feel an apprehension rising from the depths of 192 End, 7 | communism is related to the approach followed by the Polish communist 193 3, 2 | carefully. The best and most approachable nonCatholics are the very 194 2 (6) | as it is encouraged where appropriate and not imposed by law; 195 2, 2 | nothing.~Communist strategy is appropriately adapted to each one of these 196 Intro (1)| refute! (cf. Catolicismo, April 1971). This also shows on 197 4 (20) | polemic. Bad apologetics is apriorism, unilaterality, and passionate 198 3 (10) | Catholic magazine in Holland aptly wondered when we would begin 199 4, 3 | to decorate the austere Aquinan habit with a Kierkegaardian 200 4, 3 | fragments from it with violent arbitrarity that helps him give the 201 1, 5 | television stations through arbitrary investigations, in one instance 202 1 (3) | Proenca Sigaud, S.V.D., then Archbishop of Diamantina, and Most 203 4, 2 | prophet of darkness are arid, confused, and uncouth, 204 2, 2 | important local politician, an aristocrat or a priest are much more 205 4 (12) | dialectic as conceived by Aristotle, though inspired by Plato, 206 App2 | internationalism. " (Commencement to Armageddon, Ronnie Dugger, Editor, 207 1, 5 | the Allies? The Russian armies suffered a shameful defeat 208 Intro | in real life. This study arose from one of these episodes.~ ~ 209 1, 9 | fearsympathy syndrome. It arouses in influential, economic, 210 3, 3 | interested the means of arresting the process of unperceived 211 App2 | this century.'~"Finally, we arrive at the unadmitted crisis: ... 212 Intro, 1 | unmask a new and widely used artifice employed by communism in 213 End, 1 | According to Marx, the ascensional march of the evolution of 214 1 (3) | then Bishop of Campos, asking that the Council condemn 215 App2 | possible?" our poolside lounger asks himself. "Are the noisy 216 4, 2 | addition, the end of the aspirations of man, whom God has invited 217 4, 2 | Above all, it invites him to aspire to Heaven and to think of 218 1, 2 | or subsidiary to, violent assault. In fact, the communists 219 2, 1 | the number of individuals assimilable by the party. But they are 220 4, 3 | antithesis can, at times, assume the form of argument pure 221 End, 7 | consider the line of conduct assumed by the Italian Communist 222 4, 3 | eternal dialectic.~After assuming the character of mere entertainment 223 App2 | statement that challenged his assumption that nuclear weapons are 224 4, 3 | argumentdialogue and help to assure its continuation. But under 225 3, 1 | elastic words with a very astute technique.~ ~ 226 1, 5 | degree of power by violence, astuteness, and fraud, rather than 227 End, 8 | HAVE MAN COMPLETELY ALIEN~ATED TO AND BY THE STATE UNDER 228 4, 1 | produce in the public a real atony of its Catholic sense or 229 4, 1 | prejudices and disorderly attachments. The light of truth and 230 4, 1 | done great good to those attacked, and have always been very 231 1, 9 | naively feel that if the West attains such goals by bloodless 232 4, 2 | relativism out of the fields it attempts to enter. Further, it is 233 3, 2 | separated brethren ‑ to attend conferences and lectures, 234 2 (6) | of private property and attending to the social function proper 235 3, 2 | to become more and more attracted to these new ideological 236 4, 1 | rhetorical figure), and the attraction or repulsion of one contender 237 Intro, 3 | longer horrifies but rather attracts them.~ ~ 238 4, 1 | simple in thesis and to attribute a necessarily pejorative 239 4, 3 | that it is done under the auspices of relativism.~Since the 240 4, 3 | Thomist tries to decorate the austere Aquinan habit with a Kierkegaardian 241 4, 1 | Militant. Indeed, something authentically militant, in the fullest 242 3 (10) | juridical and magisterial authority of the Church, the enormous 243 1, 5 | Henriquez (who went so far as to authorize Catholics to vote for the 244 4, 3 | Like a real talisman it automatically endows those who use it 245 Intro | since.~TFPs and similar autonomous organizations were later 246 4, 1 | situations, one must clearly avail oneself of all the really 247 3, 3 | study, which is to make available to those who are interested 248 1 (4) | the ideology of certain "avant‑garde" personages of the 249 4, 1 | Catholic Action (Editora Ave Maria, São Paulo, 1943), 250 4, 3 | rather gives it plenitude. Avid to take relativism to its 251 4, 3 | labor of calefaction, he avoids controversy as much as possible 252 4 (23) | would reciprocally seek to awaken reminiscences of the past 253 4, 3 | desires, is such that it awakens a delightful emotion in 254 App2 | and the resulting 66give‑aways" at Teheran and Yalta were 255 4, 3 | dialogue is ideological backwardness right in the middle of the 256 4, 1 | worse abuse than arguing badly a few times.~To present 257 4, 3 | phase he regarded as the ball and chain on a prisoner' 258 1, 5 | communists to win through the ballot box is also, to some degree, 259 4, 1 | concentration camps and Iron and Bamboo Curtains, a person would 260 3 (10) | wondered when we would begin to ban the word "devil" and use 261 3 (10) | human race, and who were baptized in His name, are brothers 262 Intro, 2 | able to glimpse, was laid bare.~Whereas Mr. Z. Czajkowski 263 App2 | public under this propaganda barrage is the belief that the possession 264 End, 8 | enthusiasts ‑ Since its advance is barred from the ways of explicitness, 265 4 (22) | ardent desire to break the barriers which separate good and 266 App1 | an entirely relativistic base. Argumentdialogue is excluded.~~~~ 267 4 (16) | of this work. Paul VI is basically teaching what he calls the 268 4, 3 | men and the necessity of basing good relationships on realistic 269 4, 1 | of State, Msgr. Giovanni Battista Montini, later Paul VI.~ 270 4 (21) | Montfort Publications, Bay Shore, New York, 1955, nos. 271 1, 9 | intimidation, whether it be a bearded, dirty, shabby revolutionary 272 App2 | also serves as the perfect bedfellow for the peace movement, 273 App1 | interlocutor still admits, though begrudgingly, that objective truth and 274 4, 2 | the long journey which, begun in simple irenicism and 275 4, 3 | the other party always behaves in the argument as if he 276 4 (21) | each other. The children of Belial, the slaves of Satan, the 277 4 (21) | time persecuted those who belong to our Blessed Lady, and 278 4, 1 | of society simultaneously belongs, in infinitely varying proportions, 279 End | that communism is the great beneficiary of unperceived ideological 280 1, 5 | was by no means the only benefit communism received from 281 4, 1 | these categories such that benevolence, antipathy, and ignorance 282 Intro | History in the Colleges of São Bento and Sedes Sapientiae of 283 2, 5 | and the ideological germs bequeathed to the world by the French 284 4, 1 | Saint Augustine, Saint Bernard, and Saint Francis de Sales.~ ~ 285 4, 3 | Church. For the speaker bitten by the fly of irenicism, 286 End, 8 | EXPERIENCES~THE PAIN AND BITTERNESS OF THIS ESTRANGEMENT~(ALIENATION)~ ~~ ~~~ ~~~  ~ ~ ~ 287 4, 3 | he is really the one to blame for their staying outside 288 1, 6 | nothing to the socialist bloc, even though imperialism 289 1, 9 | and vengeance or a coldblooded, heartless soldier ready 290 1, 9 | West attains such goals by bloodless methods, thereby achieving 291 1, 5 | preaching social revolution, bloodshed, and pillage to the entire 292 App2 | from now, the whole world blows up, you will not be able 293 3, 2 | of mistakes, errors and blunders. We could even say that 294 1, 5 | successes of which they now boast if they had always confronted 295 3, 2 | mean, for the whole social body, "propter vitam, vivendi 296 2, 1 | doctrine openly. Sometimes bold, sometimes cautious, they 297 3, 2 | the talismanic word, the bolder uses cause the more moderate, 298 2, 1 | stimulates, and recruits all the "Bolshevizable" people in the circles in 299 2, 1 | persuasion stop. Once the "Bolshevizables" of a certain circle are 300 End (26) | brandishing their hydrogen bomb, command us to reject revelation. 301 3 (10) | awareness of these fraternal bonds' precedence over divisions, 302 3, 2 | and lectures, and to read books or participate in meetings 303 1, 5 | it obliged to control its borders so strictly? Why is it that 304 App2 | United Nations. The teams bore a much publicized message 305 4, 1 | She will find outside Her bosom only men full of sympathy, 306 App2 | hippies," a communal good life bound up in an uncomfortable ribbon 307 App2 | long since exceeded the bounds of justice and moral legitimacy. 308 4, 2 | Whether the worldly be bourgeoisie or proletarians, they have 309 1, 5 | to win through the ballot box is also, to some degree, 310 App2 | restricted to a part of his brain remote for practical considerations 311 2, 2 | impede the action of these brave men.~ ~· The majority within 312 App2 | reporting.~The headlines have breached his makeshift wall of fantasies. 313 App2 | President Reagan and Leonid I. Brezhnev would be "important" and " 314 App2 | was detente, the Kellogg‑Briand Pact of 1928 wherein nations 315 4, 2 | dialogue would not be easy or brief if something from a former 316 2, 8 | barely visible in the past: a bright red color. Not only is it 317 App1 | cordiality itself alone brings about complete unity.~~~~ 318 App2 | the United States, Great Britain, the Soviet Union, France 319 1, 3 | statements are essential to broaden the horizons of many anticommunists 320 4, 1 | dictionaries) has come to broadly apply to any kind of conversation.13~ ~ 321 3, 2 | Christians. If the communists brutally present us with the alternative 322 1, 5 | established communism by brute force. Violence alone, however, 323 App2 | he stood in front of the Buddahs at Polonnaruwa he wrote, ' 324 App2 | The clever mixture of Buddhist teachings, Catholic trappings 325 4, 3 | cement for a precarious and budding friendship. He will seek 326 App1 | relativistic cordiality is built up as the Hegelian "ludus".~~ ~~~~~~ ~~ 327 4, 1 | years pass, the emotional burden associated with some of 328 4, 1 | formula of Saint Remigius, "Burn what you adored and adore 329 4, 1 | adored and adore what you burned." It is volitive and emotional 330 4, 2 | paradisiacal throbs with a burning and unquenchable force deep 331 App2 | vacation, a typical successful businessman leans back in a comfortable 332 4 (21) | more than ever; just as Cain, of old, persecuted his 333 4, 3 | phase! For this labor of calefaction, he avoids controversy as 334 App2 | Roger Mahoney of Stockton, California wrote: "How can we become 335 App2 | flocks. "(Corpus Christi Caller, 12381).~This "revolution" 336 App2 | Party of Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge responded to the 337 4, 3 | word dialogue gradually came to designate the whole panorama 338 1, 5 | atmosphere of real freedom. Campaigning was restricted by the government. 339 4, 2 | Middle Ages. From Morus and Campanella to the utopian socialists 340 1 (3) | Castro Mayer, then Bishop of Campos, asking that the Council 341 3 (10) | with admirable moral and canonical precision by the words " 342 1, 6 | known that Russia's atomic capability is inferior to America's, 343 App2 | should give according to his capacity and receive according to 344 1 (5) | while Russia concurrently "capitalized" itself a bit?~What retreats 345 4, 2 | communism, to which it is capitally important to undermine the 346 1, 11 | them to accept this or that capitulation as a lesser evil, or a tolerable 347 1 (5) | a bit?~What retreats and capitulations could the action of this 348 1, 5 | hierarchy and clergy led by Cardinal Silva Henriquez (who went 349 4, 3 | among other things, take care to avoid both excesses, 350 2, 2 | superficiality and an easy and carefree optimism regarding the communist 351 1 (5) | latest communist strategy. A careful observer must then consider 352 App2 | nation disgusted with the carnage of the Great War with two 353 4, 1 | sense, "dialogue" obviously carries a note of harmony, concord 354 3, 2 | Utilization~ ~The method of carrying out unperceived ideological 355 4, 2 | to an organism with the cartilaginous consistency of a mere cooperative. 356 3, 2 | undoubtedly the cause of catastrophic misfortunes. But our worst 357 Intro (1)| January 1968 issue of La Vie Catholique en Pologne/Revue de la Presse 358 End, 3 | Cattolici e Communisti," Civilta Cattolica, Rome, 10/17/1964, pp. 110‑ 359 End, 3 | Impossibile Dialogo tra Cattolici e Communisti," Civilta Cattolica, 360 3, 2 | propter vitam, vivendi perdere causas" ‑ to lose the reasons for 361 3, 2 | contemporary world to the point of causing a thermonuclear war.~ ~ 362 2, 1 | Sometimes bold, sometimes cautious, they will do so immediately 363 4, 3 | becomes relativistic; thus it ceases to include argumentdialogue 364 3, 2 | as Pius XII put it in his celebrated Christmas Radio Message 365 4, 3 | to mount the heights of celebrity on the wings of the word " 366 4, 2 | eternal happiness of the celestial paradise.~Thus, the tendency 367 4, 3 | enmity is at times the best cement for a precarious and budding 368 End (26) | can live in peace? To thus censure war would be something for 369 4 (16) | teaches.~Several of the censures we make of bad dialogue 370 1 (2) | place in the other so‑called centrist parties of Italy, which 371 2, 8 | lamentably undergoing for centuries.~The phenomenon is therefore 372 4, 2 | parable of the wheat and the chaff (cf. Matt. 13:24‑30). This 373 App2 | revolution, at times to the chagrin and vocal opposition of 374 4, 3 | regarded as the ball and chain on a prisoner's foot. The 375 App2 | thousandword statement that challenged his assumption that nuclear 376 3, 2 | sole reason of seeing their chances of a good reception in the 377 End, 8 | who knows how can detect, characterize, and expose the myth.~The 378 4, 3 | By the affability that characterizes it, dialogue has the magic 379 4, 2 | the Apostolic Letter Notre Charge Apostolique against the " 380 4, 1 | and evil be refuted and chastised with vehemence. Thus, in 381 End, 8 | usually interested in its chemical composition. He does not 382 Intro (1)| Z. Czajkowski, Editor‑in‑Chief of the monthly Zycie I Mysl, 383 2 (8) | Egypt. It would be very childish for someone to deduce from 384 3, 2 | implicitly require us to choose between the fulfillment 385 2, 5 | communism.~The reason we chose these three yearnings as 386 3, 2 | undergo, the use of a well‑chosen word can produce surprising 387 App2 | of their flocks. "(Corpus Christi Caller, 12381).~This " 388 3, 2 | put it in his celebrated Christmas Radio Message of 1944, by 389 1, 5 | addition, the cause of the chronic inability of the communists 390 App2 | Protestant and Evangelical churches into the quiet meeting place 391 2, 1 | television, theater and the cinema. Once the climate has been 392 3, 2 | might mean renouncing prin ciples to avoid the fatal consequences 393 1, 5 | time in an article widely circulated through practically all 394 4, 2 | consequently, pain can be circumscribed, they are not eradicable 395 4 (12) | theme (cf. A. Lalande, op. cit., ibid.).~ 396 4, 2 | opening the doors of the citadel to the adversary.~ ~ 397 4 (22) | priests and clergymen of Rome, cited in footnote 16.~ 398 2 (6) | the living conditions of city workers, farm workers, small 399 4, 1 | order (cf. St. Augustine, De Civ. Dei, XIX, c. 13) ‑ than 400 End, 3 | Cattolici e Communisti," Civilta Cattolica, Rome, 10/17/1964, 401 2, 7 | of socialism, how can one claim it has a role in these transformations?~ 402 Intro, 2 | misrepresentation became clarified in a surprising manner. 403 Intro | importance can sometimes clarify and explain all the aspects 404 1, 1 | techniques simply as elements of classic warfare, indispensable but 405 4 (16) | the communists, which it classifies as "very difficult, if not 406 4, 1 | accepted meanings, then classifying these latter according to 407 1, 5 | the Chilean hierarchy and clergy led by Cardinal Silva Henriquez ( 408 4 (22) | exhortation to the priests and clergymen of Rome, cited in footnote 409 1 (2) | feelings of affinity and fear, cleverly exploited by ICP. In Italy 410 3, 2 | senses, until it reaches a climax. This is the phenomenon 411 4 (22) | since it is hidden under the cloak of virtue. There are many 412 4 (12) | Plato, does not appear to be closely related to our theme (cf. 413 1, 5 | control of stock and even closing some of them. Therefore, 414 4, 1 | becomes more dignified by clothing itself in noble and superior 415 App2 | Vincent A. Yzermans of St. Cloud, Minnesota, information 416 App2 | itself on a modern highway cloverleaf. His memory recalls other 417 4, 3 | most tenuous and vaguest clues and even simple rumors are 418 4, 1 | good and save him from the clutches of evil.~It is thus that 419 End, 3 | While communism can only coexist with true Catholics in a 420 4, 3 | put Saint Thomas in the cohort of admirers Kierkegaard 421 1 (5) | are two sides of the same coin and could well be, as it 422 4, 3 | Church~ ~This decimation coincides with growing admiration 423 End, 7 | that if Catholics agree to collaborate in building a socialist 424 End, 4 | nevertheless acquiesce in collaborating with the communist regime 425 4 (22) | Faith. If all this were to collapse, all things would become 426 4, 3 | myth of a regenerative, collectivist, and sentimental love, imagined 427 Intro | Civilization at the University College of the University of São 428 Intro | Contemporary History in the Colleges of São Bento and Sedes Sapientiae 429 2, 1 | minority, its propaganda collides with an unresponsive majority.~ 430 4, 1 | emotional when the heat of colliding wills and the stridency 431 4 (13) | VI uses the Latin word "colloquium" (loqui cum). The Portuguese 432 4 (13) | Portuguese equivalent, "colóquio," also serves to designate 433 2, 8 | in the past: a bright red color. Not only is it carried 434 4, 2 | of argumentespecially combative and religious expeditions 435 App2 | businessman leans back in a comfortable poolside deck chair and 436 App2 | one moment was meandering comfortably down a quiet country lane, 437 4, 1 | Omnia possum in eo qui me comfortat (Philip. 4:13) ‑ "I can 438 End (26) | either obeying God, who commands us to believe in what He 439 Intro, 1 | circles and in certain press commentaries the word dialogue is used 440 1 (5) | passing, we make a marginal commentary which can elucidate an important 441 End (26) | which war can induce men to commit, much graver is the sin 442 1, 5 | by parties not directly committted to Marxism. As it turned 443 App2 | life of the "hippies," a communal good life bound up in an 444 End, 3 | Dialogo tra Cattolici e Communisti," Civilta Cattolica, Rome, 445 End, 7 | would be established and communistic atheism would begin a regime 446 3, 1 | individuals, groups, or large communities in a very sui generis way, 447 App2 | who have a strong sense of community and sense of connection 448 Intro (1)| Coexistence, the Polish "communoCatholic" writer attached 449 App2 | seeking some intellectual companionship in his newly discovered " 450 App2 | dramatically and swiftly from the company of the mainline Protestant 451 End, 8 | talismanic force in the comparative range, and in the trivial 452 4, 1 | would be to list, study and compare each of them with the others.~ 453 1, 5 | only 36.3% of the votes, compared to the 38.7% he had obtained 454 End, 8 | and radiant meanings and comparing them with the successively 455 App2 | by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all loving creatures 456 4, 1 | Providence it in some way compensates for the countless hindrances 457 1 (5) | and China, and reasons for competition between the Russian and 458 1, 5 | Rossevelt at Teheran and Yalta complemented by the enigmatic follies 459 Intro, 1 | constellation, supporting and complementing each other. Each word was, 460 2 (8) | the label the politicians completing the transformation give 461 4, 3 | these sentiments become a "complex" capable of becoming categorical 462 4, 1 | to smile, without greater complications, always ending up converted.~ 463 4, 1 | keep clearly in mind the components of the legitimate meaning 464 4, 1 | The Greek word dialogos is composed of dia, meaning "separation" 465 1, 5 | societies, this factor is compounded by the incompatibility between 466 4 (16) | broad sense (lato sensu), comprises as morally legitimate forms ( 467 4, 2 | a Hegelian character.~It conceives the progress of thought 468 4, 1 | Furthermore, in this age of concentration camps and Iron and Bamboo 469 4, 3 | wear away and destroy the concepts of objective truth and objective 470 4, 3 | everything from coexistence and concession, and nothing from battle. 471 3 (11) | the bishops (cf. "Decreto Conciliar de Ecumenismo," November 472 4, 2 | another life, he is led to conclude as evident, necessary, and 473 Intro, 2 | debate which is still not concluded.~In one of the points of 474 1, 7 | In view of all this, one concludes that in spite of all appearances 475 App2 | reader will see to what conclusions our perplexed vacationer 476 4, 2 | unanimous, universal, and conclusive peace in everything among 477 4, 3 | its corresponding phase in concreto.~Let us imagine a Thomist 478 1 (5) | socialize" itself while Russia concurrently "capitalized" itself a bit?~ 479 App2 | 1976 in a pastoral letter condemning the stockpiling of nuclear 480 Intro, 1 | souls a propensity towards condescension, sympathy, nonresistance, 481 End, 8 | IN THIS WAY HE BECOMES CONDITIONED TO ACCEPT~THE PRIMARY MEANING 482 4, 1 | qualities inherent to a well‑conducted argument pure and simple 483 4, 3 | affects the very manner of conducting the dialogue.~If we imagine 484 App2 | defensive strategy. The National Conference of Bishops endorsed the 485 3, 2 | separated brethren ‑ to attend conferences and lectures, and to read 486 End, 4 | group contains an implicit confession of relativism that aims 487 End, 4 | assertions have interesting confirmations in fact, and as we see it, 488 4, 1 | appears in his path: Will he conform his ideas to his actions 489 4, 1 | Currents of opinion thus confront each other as it were on 490 App2 | inevitably to a West‑East nuclear confrontation ‑ one in which our poolside 491 3, 2 | whose legitimate meaning is congenial and, at times, even noble; 492 4 (23) | difficult here to go beyond conjectures.~ 493 4, 1 | word "dialogue" and others connected with it, such as "dialectic ... .. 494 App2 | of community and sense of connection with other people. There 495 4, 3 | existentialist might suspect him of connivance with some unlucky Thomist 496 End, 4 | becoming more and more weak and conniving. Communism persecuted religions 497 3, 2 | Some words with a dignified connotation that have been transformed 498 3, 2 | but to kneel before the conqueror. To accept a modus vivendi 499 Intro, 1 | need, as if dictated by conscience, to protest against such 500 2 (6) | Reforma Agraria ‑ Questao de Consciencia by Most Rev. Geraldo de 501 End, 1 | philosophy amounts to a conscious or subconscious break with


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