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2003 App2 | refreshment, he begins to scan the front page seeking some 2004 4, 1 | parties, not only is the scandal it could cause them neutralized, 2005 1, 5 | semiveiled but in any case scandalous support of the Chilean hierarchy 2006 4, 2 | separated brethren, be they schismatics, heretics or otherwise. 2007 Intro | doctorate in Law from the Law School of the University of São 2008 1, 11 | factors of intimidation and schools of formation for the leaders 2009 4, 2 | earthly paradise based on science and technology dreamed of 2010 App2 | the Pontifical Academy of Sciences were sent by John Paul 11 2011 App2 | Explosive Division and a scientific advisor to Presidents Eisenhower, 2012 App2 | the same time, teams of scientists associated with the Pontifical 2013 4, 3 | in magic and fascinating scintillations when used in this perspective. 2014 4, 1 | Applying this principle from Scripture, we can say that there are 2015 4, 3 | indefatigable insistence, scrutinizing the most insignificant details ‑ 2016 4, 3 | inveterate prejudices and deep seated hatreds with simple speeches 2017 End, 4 | di Mario Gozzini, Messo Secolo, Vallecchi Editore Florence, 2018 4, 3 | principally at unity, and only secondarily at truth.~He will call this 2019 4 (21) | enmities, antipathies, and secret hatreds, between the true 2020 4, 3 | increasingly sees him as a sectarian and uncharitable Catholic, 2021 1 (4) | lucubrations of certain Protestant sects that appeared in the XVI 2022 Intro | Colleges of São Bento and Sedes Sapientiae of the Pontifical 2023 End, 8 | by "dialogue," and whose seduction is as though it were electrically 2024 4, 3 | it glitters with the many seductions of the pacifist myth, accentuating 2025 1, 9 | French Revolution, sowed the seeds of communism throughout 2026 2, 2 | existing order of things and to seize power. Once this result 2027 4, 1 | for greater clarity.~ ~f) Selection of Meanings~ ~It is possible 2028 2, 1 | nucleus of intellectuals or semi-intellectuals who stir up or exploit various 2029 1 (5) | is heading for a merely semisocialist democratic regime, and that 2030 1, 5 | late as 1957, Fidel Castro sensed the unpopularity of communism 2031 4, 1 | Catholic sense or moral sensibility. Here is another proof that 2032 4, 2 | irenical "paradise."~Pride and sensuality occupy a prominent place 2033 4, 2 | with communism. A pacifist sentiment toward this terrible adversary 2034 4, 3 | regenerative, collectivist, and sentimental love, imagined as the directive 2035 4 (22) | break the barriers which separate good and honorable men from 2036 4, 1 | but to use all of them separately or together as required 2037 4, 3 | inclined to accept all the sequels of irenicism, even those 2038 3, 2 | Marxism, with the whole sequence of religious, cultural and 2039 4, 1 | constitute the race of the serpent21 until the end of the world. 2040 4, 2 | and proper psychological setting.22~ ~ 2041 1, 1 | preliminary difficulty when they settle down to consider the subject 2042 Intro (1)| of this new attack from a sevenpage report in the January 2043 1, 9 | it be a bearded, dirty, shabby revolutionary thirsty for 2044 App2 | to make the most of the shade provided by his parasol 2045 Intro (1)| criticize our essay, he most shamelessly adulterated the different 2046 1, 6 | build, on these smoking and shapeless ruins, the edifice of socialism 2047 App2 | short lived peace promptly shattered by the Japanese invasion 2048 1, 2 | Persuasion: More Important than Sheer Force~ ~In our view, under 2049 4, 2 | the one flock of the one Shepherd ‑ to reduce as much as possible 2050 2, 8 | Ideological Transshipment?~ ~The shifting of Western Christian society 2051 4 (21) | Montfort Publications, Bay Shore, New York, 1955, nos. 52 & 2052 4, 1 | penetrate even a poor soul that shortly before was totally imprisoned 2053 App2 | the American bishops are shouldering their responsibility of 2054 2, 2 | seriousness of the danger, shuts its eyes, crosses its arms, 2055 App2 | in an unconventional way (sic). I'm describing the individuals, 2056 4 (19) | good more ardently: as the sick understand better than anyone 2057 2, 2 | communist party must stay out of sight. It has to pick agents posing 2058 Intro (1)| circles against this work, a sign that Communism fears that 2059 4, 2 | Apostolique against the "Sillon."~ ~ 2060 1, 5 | and clergy led by Cardinal Silva Henriquez (who went so far 2061 4, 1 | because of its accidental similarity to dialogue in the strict 2062 4, 3 | in the points of apathy. Simplistic, hasty, and peevish, like 2063 3, 2 | judge us according to our sincerity and consistence in the faith 2064 End, 2 | dialectical march toward a single, universal religion synthetically 2065 4, 2 | Will"~ ~What utopias and singular emotional conditions are 2066 4, 1 | of the deepest and most sinister causes of disturbances, 2067 1 (5) | observer must then consider the SinoSoviet dissension in this 2068 4 (18) | faut vivre comme on pense, sinon, Ot ou tard, on finit par 2069 End, 7 | countries, as Brazil and its sister nations in Latin America?~ 2070 App2 | provided by his parasol while sitting at the least distance possible 2071 4, 1 | In such dark and painful situations, one must clearly avail 2072 App2 | started in this country sixty years ago. At that time, 2073 4, 3 | or debates is hated and slandered because of this world of 2074 2, 2 | majority, communism lulls it to sleep; as long as it is unable 2075 4, 2 | morally, or whose error is so slight that a cordial explanation 2076 4, 2 | Mohammedan who allows not the slightest doubt about what unites 2077 3, 2 | the talismanic word with a slightly deformed meaning, or applaud 2078 4, 1 | convivium. One thus inevitably slips toward confusion, which 2079 2, 2 | will be forced to advance slowly. And, if some day this advance 2080 2, 2 | might be jolted out of its slumber and join the fight.~Thus, 2081 4, 3 | real Hegelian with just a smattering of Thomism.~How surprised 2082 4, 3 | most difficult problems by smiling, and dissipating the most 2083 4, 1 | of sympathy, who ask Her smilingly about one point or another 2084 4, 1 | truth and free him from the snares of error, and lead him to 2085 4, 3 | fascinated by the irenic myth and soaring on the wings of the talismanic 2086 3, 2 | sacrificed to what many call "socialization;"~‑ insensitivity to the 2087 1 (5) | peace, consented to heavily "socialize" itself while Russia concurrently " 2088 Intro, 4 | culture, of economics, of sociology, and of politics, such as 2089 4, 1 | Thus "dialogue" is used in Socrates and Plato to designate the 2090 1, 11 | reputation helps communism to soften the resistance of many adversaries, 2091 1 (5) | symptoms of its having "softened up" cause vibrations in 2092 1 (2) | with the Catholics. This softens up the Christian Democrats. 2093 End, 5 | When sprouting from the soil of irenic utopia, the words " 2094 1, 9 | cold‑blooded, heartless soldier ready to set off an atomic 2095 2, 4 | making him see them as soldiers of the over‑emphasized principles 2096 1 (5) | communist China shows a somber and aggressive face which 2097 | somehow 2098 | sometime 2099 3, 2 | utopian, since this would only sooner or later aggravate the very 2100 3 (11) | them to go unscathed by the sophisms of heresy, but who are also 2101 End (26) | since only an insane or soulless man can be indifferent to 2102 Intro, 1 | dialogue in certain circles has sounded false to our ears for some 2103 App2 | Are nations and national sovereignty outmoded? If the rights 2104 1, 6 | hecatomb being unleashed by the Soviets or the Chinese than by some 2105 1, 9 | with the French Revolution, sowed the seeds of communism throughout 2106 App2 | part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, 2107 2, 2 | are precious to Marxism, sparing it great harm. While the 2108 4 (22) | XII, p. 488).~Paul VI also speaks expressively about this 2109 1, 5 | the best technicians and specialists in propaganda. In spite 2110 4, 1 | simple as an interested spectator. Now, while a highly amenable 2111 1, 6 | world hegemony, reducing the specter of its irresistible power 2112 1, 4 | not just a movement of a speculative nature. By the imperatives 2113 2, 8 | process an unprecedented speed. Furthermore, this shift 2114 2, 2 | especially useful. They must feel spied upon both inside and outside 2115 4, 1 | and evil is to allow the splendor of the true and the good 2116 4, 1 | difficult task. Just above, we spoke of the effects of original 2117 2 (6) | about which we have just spoken.~ ~ 2118 4 (15) | merely an occasional and sporadic episode relative to some 2119 4, 1 | end of the world. And the Spouse of Christ can never cease 2120 End, 4 | a tool in promoting the spread of relativism in Catholic 2121 End, 5 | Pacifism and Dialogue~ ~When sprouting from the soil of irenic 2122 4, 2 | obtain complete independence, stability, and pleasure, in short, 2123 4, 2 | independent and gifted with stable and happy living conditions 2124 1, 6 | socialism which Marx, Lenin, Stalin, and Kruschev longed so 2125 Intro (1)| Continuation." In taking a stand against The Church and the 2126 1, 9 | equality of wealth and social standing, then justice, affluence, 2127 4, 3 | dialogue" acting as an evil star, he would have reached Hegelianism, 2128 1, 10 | the friction caused by the stark contrasts between the communist 2129 App2 | of a "war of words" that started in this country sixty years 2130 4, 3 | as he would have before starting the talismanic process: 2131 1, 5 | as radio and television stations through arbitrary investigations, 2132 2, 2 | the communist party must stay out of sight. It has to 2133 4, 3 | the one to blame for their staying outside the fold.~ ~Hatred 2134 App2 | Logic and reason, which had steadfastly supported him in his economic 2135 App2 | There is a very strong and steady shift of social values going 2136 2, 6 | the common good. As the steam roller of egalitarianism 2137 App2 | At the time," wrote Henry Steele Commager and Samuel Elliot 2138 End, 4 | dialogue and obstinately stick to controversy of a "dogmatic" 2139 2, 1 | first phase it stirs up, stimulates, and recruits all the "Bolshevizable" 2140 2, 5 | Revolution are fraught with stimuli toward it. According to 2141 2, 1 | or semi-intellectuals who stir up or exploit various factors 2142 3, 2 | D. Stirring Up a Network of Sympathies 2143 2, 1 | during this first phase it stirs up, stimulates, and recruits 2144 1, 5 | instance by seizing control of stock and even closing some of 2145 App2 | pastoral letter condemning the stockpiling of nuclear weapons and the " 2146 App2 | Bishop Roger Mahoney of Stockton, California wrote: "How 2147 App2 | according to his need. As he stood in front of the Buddahs 2148 Intro, 4 | ideological transshipment can be stopped or even prevented by a timely 2149 End, 8 | degree they look at communism straight on, these sectors reject 2150 1, 5 | power by means of honest, straightforward elections. Part of this 2151 4, 1 | say about good polemics is strange, we will simply recall that, 2152 App2 | misleads the average man‑on‑the‑street. With their promise of a 2153 4, 1 | do all things in him who strengthenest me" ‑ mean anything to him?~ ~ 2154 3 (10) | brethren," with evident stress on "brethren," has the merit 2155 3, 2 | successively broader ways, stretching their natural elasticity 2156 4, 1 | is inherent to dialogue strictosensu that is, to dialogue-entertainment 2157 4, 1 | colliding wills and the stridency of different ways of feeling 2158 1, 5 | opinion.~The first and most striking factor of the success of 2159 4, 3 | operate in the word?~Whoever strives to mount the heights of 2160 1, 5 | country. This fact must be strongly emphasized if we are to 2161 4, 3 | Irenistic Relativism Is Now Structured in Terms of Hegelianism: 2162 Intro, 2 | was unveiled to us.~The studies resulting from this discovery 2163 1, 1 | Strategy~ ~Many readers will stumble over a preliminary difficulty 2164 4, 1 | that is, in its form and suavity. Thus, it is not only in 2165 App2 | toiling a long time in his subconsciousness.~The socioeconomic link 2166 Intro, 1 | third force, and so on. Once subjected to similar twisting, these 2167 Intro, 2 | the present work, which we submit for the reader's evaluation.~ ~ 2168 1, 2 | something collateral, or subsidiary to, violent assault. In 2169 2, 2 | to provide for their own subsistence, they are prevented from 2170 4, 3 | formulations, and serving as the substractum of a varied and indefinitely 2171 1, 5 | resistance that mankind's ageold substratum of common sense opposes 2172 1, 4 | civilization;~‑A worldwide subversive organization: communism 2173 4, 2 | if this paradise will not succeed, contrary to the bourgeois 2174 2, 3 | positive.~Finally, when it succeeds in transforming the sympathizer 2175 1, 12 | vulnerable points which can be successfully exploited by this implicit 2176 Intro, 4 | transshipment. We propose to succinctly describe its essential aspects 2177 4, 1 | formulated by Paul Bourget suddenly appears in his path: Will 2178 3, 4 | Talismanic Meaning~ ~We are not suggesting here that one should never 2179 4, 3 | endowed with all the power of suggestion of man's deepest desires, 2180 1 (5) | for now desisting from a suicidal war, wants to compete with 2181 1, 5 | prior to the overthrow and suicide of Allende.~For all these 2182 4 (17) | Thomas Aquinas teaches, Summa Theologica, 22, Q. 158, 2183 App2 | Thomas Merton. James Forest summarizes Merton's thoughts: "The 2184 4, 2 | cooperativist regime on whose summit one finds a global super‑ 2185 4, 3 | speeches as if he were a sun. He thus becomes the center 2186 App2 | newspaper. Adjusting his sunglasses and repositioning his chair 2187 4, 2 | summit one finds a global supercooperative, the consequent 2188 4, 2 | die. On a world level a super-cooperative would join the efforts of 2189 2, 2 | maintaining a climate of superficiality and an easy and carefree 2190 1, 6 | of intrinsically negative superiority worth to communist expansion? 2191 3, 2 | doubtful techniques than in the supernatural in our eagerness to obtain 2192 Intro, 1 | a kind of constellation, supporting and complementing each other. 2193 4, 2 | an order of things would suppose that the human race, having 2194 4, 2 | Republic~ ~The effects of this supposed "evolution" of humanity 2195 4, 3 | objective truth which each supposes himself to possess, while 2196 End, 4 | groups but into two large supraideological categories. 2197 1, 5 | in 1939. How can one be sure that they could have conquered 2198 4, 3 | smattering of Thomism.~How surprised our Thomist would have been 2199 2 (8) | of the efficacy of this surreptitious sliding of whole countries 2200 2, 2 | outside their organizations, surrounded by traitors, divided among 2201 App2 | from the grave to the few survivors, 'I had a rigl.‑. good time.' 2202 2, 2 | society. The less they are suspected of being communists, the 2203 4, 3 | intransigence, energy, and suspicion are reserved only for those 2204 4, 1 | we had the opportunity of sustaining more extensively in the 2205 App2 | has moved dramatically and swiftly from the company of the 2206 4 (16) | energetically affirms: "The sword of the spirit seems (at 2207 4, 3 | inheritance, class prestige, symbols of power! If only love could 2208 4, 1 | sleight of hand shows a symptom of accentuated naturalism, 2209 1 (5) | peaceful coexistence and the symptoms of its having "softened 2210 4, 3 | production of successive syntheses.~Our irenical Thomist now 2211 4, 1 | in the various camps is synthesized, defined, becomes more profound, 2212 End, 2 | single, universal religion synthetically fabricated from the fragments 2213 4, 1 | Divine Providence. Tempus tacendi et tempus loquendi ‑ "There 2214 3, 2 | to renounce expressly or tacitly the institution of private 2215 4, 3 | dealing objectively and tactfully with what separates us.~ ~ 2216 4, 1 | be sufficient for all the tactical needs of the Church Militant. 2217 4 (20) | kind of Christian fairy tale. One can easily see that 2218 4, 3 | over others. If he is a bit talented, he will force the natural 2219 4, 3 | relativistic ideas.~To dialogue talismanically in this phase is thus to 2220 4, 3 | dialoguer." It is pleasant to talk about him, repeat his words, 2221 4, 1 | Naturam expelles furca, tamen usque recurret," said Horace 2222 4 (18) | comme on pense, sinon, Ot ou tard, on finit par penser comme 2223 End, 8 | be understood than to be tasted. Someone smoking opium is 2224 3, 2 | urgent need to enlighten and teach them;~‑ the possibility 2225 4, 1 | This recourse of the Divine Teacher is so precious that in the 2226 App2 | clever mixture of Buddhist teachings, Catholic trappings and 2227 1, 5 | reins of state did Castro tear off his mask.~All this shows 2228 4, 3 | the work of Saint Thomas, tearing fragments from it with violent 2229 1, 5 | financial resources and the best technicians and specialists in propaganda. 2230 1, 6 | Jan. 6, 1975, from an AFP telegram of the same date to 0 Estado 2231 End, 8 | COMMUNIST PROPAGANDA TELLS HIM CONTINUOUSLY~THAT THIS 2232 4, 1 | and, within the limits of temperance, can put its particular 2233 4 (22) | irenicism" not in the sense of a temperate love and true peace , but 2234 4, 3 | because he is irascible, ill‑tempered, and vindictive, having 2235 4, 2 | legitimate and in what is most tempestuous, unruly, and illegitimate, 2236 2, 7 | liberty and equality is only temporary. Liberty is provisionally 2237 End, 7 | dictator Gomulka, a politics of temporization in relation to the Church, 2238 App2 | crisis: ... the worldwide tenacity of nationalism. But the 2239 2 (6) | small rural landowners, and tenants, respecting the principle 2240 4, 3 | This is accompanied by tendencies to inaugurate the era of 2241 3, 2 | elasticity. When it is used tendentiously, it begins to shine with 2242 App2 | of nuclear war.~Among the tenets gaining acceptance by the 2243 4, 3 | the other.~Logically, the tenor of their relationship regarding 2244 3, 2 | aggravate the dangerous tensions tormenting the contemporary 2245 4, 3 | made against him. The most tenuous and vaguest clues and even 2246 App2 | With their promise of a terrestrial paradise the pacifists will 2247 4, 2 | pacifist sentiment toward this terrible adversary rises in him. 2248 Intro (1)| serious harm in its own territory behind the Iron Curtain.~ ~ 2249 App2 | Beyond Nuclear Terror: Dialogue~ ~Taking advantage 2250 4, 1 | usque recurret," said Horace tersely (Epist., 1, 10,24). By not 2251 App2 | Ronnie Dugger, Editor, Texas Observer, 71081).~By now, 2252 1 (3) | communism anew. The complete text of this petition was published 2253 Intro | Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) and has been President 2254 Intro | National Council ever since.~TFPs and similar autonomous organizations 2255 App2 | the Society of Friends.~"Thank God, the American bishops 2256 2, 1 | press, radio, television, theater and the cinema. Once the 2257 2 (8) | during the explicit, even theatrical, Bolshevization promoted 2258 | Thence 2259 4, 1 | Ambrose against Emperor Theodosius, Saint Gregory VII against 2260 4 (17) | Thomas Aquinas teaches, Summa Theologica, 22, Q. 158, a. 1.~ 2261 Intro, 4 | may be directed only at theories and methods of action, rather 2262 End, 1 | spirit evolved in Hegel's theory.~With this we should ask 2263 1, 9 | dirty, shabby revolutionary thirsty for blood and vengeance 2264 4, 3 | existentialism, so he attacks these Thomists as the most dangerous of 2265 4, 3 | which men have fought for thousands of yearscountries, national 2266 4, 2 | field than relativism. It threatens all religions, and any true 2267 2, 2 | Communism also frequently uses threats of personal retaliation 2268 4, 2 | circumstances in which irenicism thrives more than the ideas upon 2269 4, 2 | loosely call the paradisiacal throbs with a burning and unquenchable 2270 End, 1 | weakening all religions, throwing them into a state of absolute 2271 1, 5 | our articles "In Chile, a Tie Under Pressure," and "Neither 2272 1 | emphasize all the importance and timeliness of the subject from the 2273 Intro (1)| article with a peculiar title: "In the Sphere of a Psychological 2274 End, 7 | August 1964, by Palmiro Togliatti, the now deceased secretary 2275 App2 | wordsmiths of pacifism have been toiling a long time in his subconsciousness.~ 2276 2 (8) | transformation give it.~By the same token, Nasser's reforms are no 2277 1, 11 | capitulation as a lesser evil, or a tolerable one.~It does not follow 2278 App1 | argumentdialogue is merely tolerated.~~ ~~~~Dialogueinvestigation 2279 4, 1 | completely? "Abusus non tollit usum," answers an old juridical 2280 1, 5 | work, a Marxist government took power in Chile by means 2281 4 (21) | Virgin, and the children and tools of Lucifer... God has not 2282 4, 1 | truth, or by the miserable, tormented, and violent love that he 2283 3, 2 | aggravate the dangerous tensions tormenting the contemporary world to 2284 4, 1 | times, even our contemporary totalitarian despots are not such that 2285 4, 1 | sin, without unnecessarily touching on other things, his eyes 2286 4, 1 | interlocution similar to a tournament or a battle.~This enables 2287 4, 3 | word for everything like a toy whose enchantment grows 2288 End, 3 | entitled "L'Impossibile Dialogo tra Cattolici e Communisti," 2289 4, 2 | based. This is utopianism, traces of which are found in so 2290 App2 | also opened the way for trade negotiations with Communist 2291 App2 | laity have protested the traditional teaching on a "just war" 2292 2, 2 | organizations, surrounded by traitors, divided among themselves, 2293 App2 | of fantasies. Despite the tranquil ambience of his morning, 2294 4, 1 | harmful to true peace ‑ the tranquility of order (cf. St. Augustine, 2295 App2 | peace movement, whose goals "transcend" the rights of nations and 2296 End, 7 | Rosa (Item 3). The latter transcribes interesting communist documents 2297 4, 2 | power of the state would be transferred to an organism with the 2298 Intro, 3 | and doctrine and finally transform them into "useful idiots," 2299 Intro, 2 | in the Communist State. Translated into several languages, 2300 End, 8 | the human eye looks at a translucent cloth illuminated from behind: 2301 4, 2 | religious irenicism is easily transposed to irenicism in any other 2302 4 (20) | bad hagiography is the transposition of bad apologetics to the 2303 2, 4 | ideology to which he is being transshiped;~d) Attracting the patient' 2304 App2 | Buddhist teachings, Catholic trappings and twisted terminology 2305 4, 1 | Generally, these problems are treated by taking into account only 2306 4 (13) | In treating "dialogue" in the encyclical 2307 4, 3 | which there is no mercy: the tremendous "error" of being "ultra‑ 2308 4, 2 | to rise up against this triad of adversaries. Moreover, 2309 End, 7 | For a long time the ICP tried to destroy religion by a 2310 4, 2 | no one is subject to this triple yoke." No one... not even 2311 1, 9 | accept. Liberalism, which triumphed with the French Revolution, 2312 1, 5 | committted to Marxism. As it turned out, while leading the other 2313 Intro | organizations were later founded in twelve other countries in the Americas 2314 App2 | no one can be excused. If twenty years from now, the whole 2315 4, 1 | latter according to the twofold criterion that we will indicate 2316 App2 | Finally, we arrive at the unadmitted crisis: ... the worldwide 2317 2, 2 | which appear absolutely unaffected by communism but do not 2318 4, 2 | the exacerbated desire for unanimous, universal, and conclusive 2319 4 (22) | In short, we refer to an unauthentic peace. Pius XII, in the 2320 4, 2 | of consequences resulting unavoidably from one another, human 2321 2, 5 | in someone's mind and an unbalanced emotional climate created 2322 4, 1 | the life he leads seems unbearable to him. The famous alternative 2323 4, 3 | good will is perfect and unblemished.~When dialogue is properly 2324 4, 3 | sees him as a sectarian and uncharitable Catholic, and his "error" 2325 App2 | good life bound up in an uncomfortable ribbon of "love?"~Our imaginary 2326 4, 3 | that is instrumental, but uncomfortably so.~In this new hierarchy 2327 4, 1 | or merely "polemics") ‑ Uncommonly heated emotionally, that 2328 4, 3 | of becoming categorical unconditionality. This makes sense, for if 2329 2, 4 | own from start to finish, unconscious that he is being maneuvered.~ 2330 App2 | word 'conspiracy' in an unconventional way (sic). I'm describing 2331 4, 2 | are arid, confused, and uncouth, and the worldly bourgeois 2332 App2 | land reform" programs; undefineable levels of world "poverty;" 2333 4, 3 | previous phase he had so under-emphasized in favor of the points of 2334 App2 | emerging" nations at odds with "underdeveloped" nations and all of them 2335 4, 3 | way the word "dialogue" undergoes the first distortion. It 2336 4, 3 | Thomist. Perhaps he also undertakes the task of mutilating the 2337 2, 2 | advance matures and becomes undisguisable, this inattentive and distracted 2338 4, 2 | peaceably and gradually undo all the mistakes and confusion 2339 4, 3 | applications of this word bring an unequalled yield in popularity.~Sometimes, 2340 3 (10) | against contagion from the unfaithful.~Thus, to limit, or even 2341 4, 3 | antipathies that so often unfortunately arise.~So the irenistic 2342 4, 1 | the ignorant benevolent is unfounded. In reality, there are few 2343 2, 2 | the problem of communism, unfriendly to it in different degrees, 2344 4, 3 | the point of difference a unifying and syncretistic action 2345 4 (20) | apologetics is apriorism, unilaterality, and passionate immoderation 2346 2, 1 | recruiting in universities, unions, armed forces and so on, 2347 4, 2 | and polemics, can help to unite souls. "Good accounting 2348 2, 1 | individual recruiting in universities, unions, armed forces and 2349 3, 2 | talismanic word is used to unleash the process of unperceived 2350 | unless 2351 4, 3 | of connivance with some unlucky Thomist brothers who are 2352 Intro, 1 | and logic was, he would unmask a new and widely used artifice 2353 End, 8 | ALIENATED (ESTRANGED) BY THE UNNATURAL~AND ANTI‑NATURAL CONDITIONS 2354 4, 1 | his error and sin, without unnecessarily touching on other things, 2355 4, 2 | international life.~Now unnecessary, the United Nations would 2356 End, 1 | a materialist because he unperceivingly accepts a dialectical philosophy.~ 2357 1, 5 | Fidel Castro sensed the unpopularity of communism so well that 2358 4, 2 | throbs with a burning and unquenchable force deep down in every 2359 4, 2 | evident, necessary, and unquestionable that we can eliminate pain, 2360 4, 1 | has the right and even the unrefusable obligation to argue. This 2361 3 (11) | study to enable them to go unscathed by the sophisms of heresy, 2362 4, 1 | explicit with the help of the unvarying complementary words of our 2363 Intro, 2 | psychological warfare, was unveiled to us.~The studies resulting 2364 1, 5 | 71 and 4/18/71).~The many upheavals of the people indignant 2365 4, 1 | goodness of the cause he upholds to come through. Now, in 2366 End, 8 | THE BOURGEOIS, AND THE~UPPER CLASSES~  ~ ~ ~ IN THIS 2367 1, 10 | noble desire, common to all upright minds, to preserve peace 2368 App2 | President Nixon recently urged a return to detente and 2369 4, 1 | is not confined to common usage, since in philosophical 2370 End, 8 | 8. Usefulness of this Work: The Possibility 2371 4, 3 | prejudices, and guarantees its user the glory of persuading 2372 4, 1 | Naturam expelles furca, tamen usque recurret," said Horace tersely ( 2373 4, 1 | completely? "Abusus non tollit usum," answers an old juridical 2374 3, 3 | Thus, one understands the utility of this study, which is 2375 3, 2 | 2. Method of Utilization~ ~The method of carrying 2376 4 | of them, "dialogue," is utilized to carry on the unperceived 2377 End, 1 | for Marxism it is of the utmost importance to annihilate 2378 4, 2 | Era of Good Will"~ ~What utopias and singular emotional conditions 2379 4, 2 | understandable that for the utopinianist, life cannot normally have 2380 1 (3) | Geraldo de Proenca Sigaud, S.V.D., then Archbishop of Diamantina, 2381 App2 | Taking advantage of a month's vacation, a typical successful businessman 2382 App2 | conclusions our perplexed vacationer is being led by the use 2383 4, 3 | mirage is generally very vague, but nonetheless radiant 2384 4, 3 | him. The most tenuous and vaguest clues and even simple rumors 2385 4, 3 | most perspicacious and most valiant.~We need not dwell on how 2386 End, 4 | Mario Gozzini, Messo Secolo, Vallecchi Editore Florence, 1964), 2387 3, 2 | same evils one desires to vanquish. In many instances, profound 2388 End, 8 | diffused, wrapped up in the vapors of poetry. How wonderful 2389 1, 9 | aggressor, as imagined by the vast masses of the Free World, 2390 4 (18) | finit par penser comme on a vécu" ‑ Paul Bourget, Le Démon 2391 4, 1 | emotionally, that is, particularly vehement and boisterous.~ ~n) Characteristic 2392 3, 3 | word thus continues to be a vehicle and a hiding place for its 2393 4, 3 | will seek to attack any vein of "essentialism" that he 2394 1, 8 | Persuasion~ ~Communism fears to venture into the path of violence. 2395 2 (6) | Mendonca de Freitas, Ed. Vera Cruz, 4th edition, Sâo Paulo, 2396 4 (23) | proverb. "Habent suafata verba' " we would say about words 2397 4 (23) | talismanic word. "Qui vivra verra" ‑ He who lives will see. 2398 4, 1 | hesitates when he reaches the vertex of these crises.~The contradiction 2399 4, 2 | owner of everything, and the vestiges of what was once the power 2400 | via 2401 4, 3 | is true, desirable, and viable. This myth is the pole towards 2402 1 (5) | having "softened up" cause vibrations in the fibers of soul sympathetic 2403 4, 3 | incapable of a disorderly and vicious attachment to error.~This 2404 App2 | important" and "welcome" (The Victoria Advocate, 79‑82).~The clever 2405 1, 6 | themselves? Though perhaps victorious initially, they would become 2406 Intro (1)| January 1968 issue of La Vie Catholique en Pologne/Revue 2407 App2 | the revulsion against the Vietnam war ... was also the beginning 2408 1, 1 | Undoubtedly, those who hold this viewpoint also speak of techniques 2409 4, 3 | immediate effect on the way he views his colleague. He will naively 2410 3 (11) | competent persons," under the vigilance of the bishops (cf. "Decreto 2411 3, 2 | We should be even more vigilant about the preservation of 2412 4, 2 | in the West with marked vigor after the Middle Ages. From 2413 1, 5 | the government. Besides vigorously applying whatever means 2414 3, 2 | life itself (Juvenal, Sat. VIII, 84).~‑ Insensitivity to 2415 App2 | position of the Church is Msgr. Vincent A. Yzermans of St. Cloud, 2416 4, 3 | irascible, ill‑tempered, and vindictive, having no charity for those 2417 4, 1 | forces of nature have been violated and cast out, they return 2418 Intro, 1 | against such a flagrant violation of the rules of good speech.~ 2419 1, 5 | the communists have had virtually complete freedom of thought 2420 End (26) | Faith ‑ the root of all virtues.~If the condition of preserving 2421 3, 2 | brought on by a noble and virtuously faithful position on orthodoxy.~- 2422 4, 3 | a complete relativistic vision of man, society, and the 2423 3, 2 | whole social body, "propter vitam, vivendi perdere causas" ‑ 2424 4 (20) | defending something, or in vituperating or attacking something. 2425 3 (10) | those who use it a more vivid and up‑to‑date awareness 2426 4 (23) | the talismanic word. "Qui vivra verra" ‑ He who lives will 2427 4 (18) | ll faut vivre comme on pense, sinon, Ot 2428 4, 1 | have (see "Dialectique," Vocabulaire Technique et Critique de 2429 App2 | times to the chagrin and vocal opposition of their flocks. "( 2430 3 (10) | brethren," now so much in vogue, throughout this study. 2431 1, 5 | of the opposition - whose voice is obviously very important 2432 4, 1 | individual disputes emerge louder voices on both sides that are richer 2433 End, 8 | influence becomes null and void. The natural repulsion people 2434 App2 | rights of nations have been voided, what then of my own rights, 2435 1, 5 | indication of how they would have voted if there had been free elections 2436 1, 5 | campaign. The rank‑and‑file voter of the opposition - whose 2437 1, 5 | received only 36.3% of the votes, compared to the 38.7% he 2438 1, 10 | 10. Defeatism Vs. Love of True Peace~ ~This 2439 2, 1 | will do so immediately or wait according to circumstances. 2440 App2 | an initial use of nuclear warheads is really quite great between 2441 Intro, 4 | prevented by a timely word of warning to the incautious.~ ~ ~ ~ 2442 End (26) | obey God rather than men, " warns the Prince of Apostles ( 2443 App2 | the Republican Party of Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge 2444 App2 | Samuel Elliot Morison, "the Washington Naval Treaty of 1922 and 2445 3, 2 | ones who most carefully watch us in order to judge us 2446 4, 1 | sometimes immense public that watches the polemics or argument 2447 End, 4 | is becoming more and more weak and conniving. Communism 2448 End, 1 | interconfessionalism and weakening all religions, throwing 2449 1, 9 | achieving complete equality of wealth and social standing, then 2450 4, 3 | seems to be licit to use any weapon against someone accused 2451 4, 3 | relativism that merely seeks to wear away and destroy the concepts 2452 4, 2 | confusion and to endure the weary delays of such a task.~ ~ 2453 Intro | regularly for the Catholic weekly Legionario and now writes 2454 App2 | would be "important" and "welcome" (The Victoria Advocate, 2455 1, 5 | Cardinal Silva Henriquez (who went so far as to authorize Catholics 2456 4, 2 | well by the parable of the wheat and the chaff (cf. Matt. 2457 | Whereas 2458 | wherein 2459 3, 2 | of shape and distorted, wholesome and even dignified words 2460 4, 3 | is proclaimed as the only wholly true one.~Furthermore, he 2461 App2 | ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion 2462 3, 2 | recall the most serious and widespread injustices caused by the 2463 4, 1 | intellectual when each party wields arguments with the intention 2464 4, 3 | essentialists.~These are the wiles of talismanic dialogue in 2465 4, 1 | when the heat of colliding wills and the stridency of different 2466 4, 2 | s kindness, justice, and wisdom. The end of man and his 2467 4, 1 | that, out of the evident wish of Divine Providence for 2468 End, 7 | an even broader scope, we wonder if communism doesn't have 2469 3 (10) | magazine in Holland aptly wondered when we would begin to ban 2470 End, 8 | the vapors of poetry. How wonderful it would be to dream vaguely 2471 App2 | too, he finds that the wordsmiths of pacifism have been toiling 2472 4, 2 | about the perspective of a worker's paradise? Accustomed to 2473 4, 3 | Mind~ ~With the irenistic worldliness characterized above, it 2474 1 (5) | contrast between the two worlds could be eliminated if the 2475 4, 3 | solution of the problem worrying our irenicist would be to 2476 4, 1 | never argue at all is a worse abuse than arguing badly 2477 3, 2 | catastrophic misfortunes. But our worst risk is not to be conquered 2478 4, 2 | suffering? Perhaps it would be worthwhile to renounce the advantages 2479 4 (21) | It is between Mary, his worthy Mother, and the Devil2480 End, 8 | kept imprecise, diffused, wrapped up in the vapors of poetry. 2481 Intro, 2 | this discovery led us to write the present work, which 2482 3, 2 | lecturers, speakers, or writers who use these words do so 2483 Intro | weekly Legionario and now writes for the monthly Catolicismo 2484 4, 1 | D. Is There Anything Wrong with Argument Pure and Simple 2485 4, 2 | documents of Saint Pius X, the encyclical Pascendi 2486 1 (4) | sects that appeared in the XVI Century, as well as in the 2487 4, 3 | that helps him give the XX Century a "new view" of 2488 End (26) | sentiments" (Cont. Faust., XXII, 74, PL. 42, 447). If these 2489 4, 2 | especially those of John XXIII and Paul VI. But another 2490 App2 | Einstein, Merton, Daniel Yankelovich (New Rules) and others. 2491 4, 1 | indispensable.~The two thousand year old struggle of the Catholic 2492 2, 5 | reason we chose these three yearnings as an example is that we 2493 4, 3 | word bring an unequalled yield in popularity.~Sometimes, 2494 4, 2 | would clash with another, yielding another synthesis, and so 2495 4, 3 | popularity.~Sometimes, the word yields very little, and it seems 2496 4, 2 | is subject to this triple yoke." No one... not even himself 2497 | yours 2498 Intro | distinguished himself since his youth as an orator, lecturer and 2499 Intro, 2 | through the Iron Curtain. Mr. Zbigniew Czajkowski, a director of 2500 1, 3 | horizons of many anticommunists zealously and meritoriously committed


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