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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Sollicitudo rei socialis

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1 1, 1 | 1. The social concern of the Church, directed 2 1, 1 | publication of the various social documents coincide with 3 1, 1 | upon new aspects of the social doctrine of the Church. 4 1, 2 | Part of this large body of social teaching is the distinguished 5 1, 3 | reaffirm the continuity of the social doctrine as well as its 6 1, 3 | typical of her teaching in the social sphere. On the one hand 7 2, 5 | renewal within the Church's social doctrine. The intention 8 2, 5 | Paul VI chose to publish a social Encyclical in that year 9 2, 6 | number of themes of her social teaching. ~We can therefore 10 2, 7 | tradition of the Church's social teaching, takes up again 11 2, 7 | the Council's teaching in social matters to the specific 12 2, 8 | sight is solely economic and social: the development of peoples. 13 2, 8 | from the vocabulary of the social and economic sciences. From 14 2, 8 | field.~In addition, the social doctrine of the Church has 15 2, 9 | is commonly called the "social question."~In fact, the 16 2, 9 | et Spes.22 However, the social teaching of the Church had 17 2, 9 | with such clarity that the social question has acquired a 18 2, 9 | eliminated. Recognition that the "social question" has assumed a 19 2, 9 | VI, in declaring that the social question has acquired worldwide 20 2, 9 | the universality of the social question, but rather in 21 2, 9 | due consideration for the social, cultural and spiritual 22 2, 10 | original contribution to the social doctrine of the Church in 23 2, 10 | peace."27~In fact, if the social question has acquired a 24 3, 11 | its novel character. The social context in which we live 25 3, 14 | developing. In fact, Just as social inequalities down to the 26 3, 14 | expectancy and other economic and social indicators - the general 27 3, 14 | aspects which render the social question much more complex, 28 3, 15 | add to the "economic and social indices" of underdevelopment 29 3, 15 | exploitation and of economic, social, political and even religious 30 3, 15 | also be restated that no social group, for example a political 31 3, 16 | economic, financial and social mechanisms which, although 32 3, 17 | shortcomings: economic, social, cultural or simply human 33 3, 20 | man and of his freedom and social role, has proposed and still 34 3, 21 | reasons why the Church's social doctrine adopts a critical 35 3, 22 | true also in the field of social communications, which, being 36 4, 27 | specifically economic and social sense - now seems to be 37 4, 28 | for the benefit of certain social groups, easily makes people 38 4, 29 | therefore fundamentally social.~ 39 4, 32 | said - the economic and social aspects, should also include 40 4, 33 | human rights - personal and social, economic and political, 41 4, 33 | the family, as the basic social community, or "cell of society"; 42 5, 36(65)| or when she condemns as social sins certain situations 43 5, 36(65)| collective behavior of certain social groups, big or small, or 44 5, 36(65)| proclaims that such cases of social sin are the result of the 45 5, 36(65)| or at least limit certain social evils but who fail to do 46 5, 38 | response as a moral and social attitude, as a "virtue," 47 5, 39 | that is destructive of the social fabric, but, while claiming 48 5, 39 | public demonstrations on the social scene which, without recourse 49 5, 39 | the putting into effect of social and international justice, 50 6, 41 | goal, the Church uses her social doctrine. In today's difficult 51 6, 41 | dimension.~The Church's social doctrine is not a "third 52 6, 41 | teaching and spreading of her social doctrine are part of the 53 6, 41 | of evangelization in the social field which is an aspect 54 6, 42 | in the past, the Church's social doctrine must be open to 55 6, 42 | it applies equally to our social responsibilities and hence 56 6, 42 | worldwide dimension which the social question has assumed,76 57 6, 42 | characteristic principle of Christian social doctrine: the goods of this 58 6, 42 | property, in fact, is under a "social mortgage,"79 which means 59 6, 42 | it has an intrinsically social function, based upon and 60 7, 48 | situations and in their social, national and international 61 7, 49 | But we also present to her social situations and the international 62 7, 49 | extends to the personal and social aspects of people's life


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