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1 4, 31(58)| XXXVII, nn. 1-2: PG 31, 1009-1012 Theodoret of Cyr, De 2 4, 31(58)| XXXVII, nn. 1-2: PG 31, 1009-1012 Theodoret of Cyr, De Providentia, 3 3, 24(44)| 5: AAS 71 (1979), II, p. 1079.~ 4 3, 25(46)| 30: AAS 74 (1982), pp. 115-117.~ 5 3, 25(46)| AAS 74 (1982), pp. 115-117.~ 6 7, 47 | father in faith" (cf. Rm 4:11f.)88 and the tradition of 7 4, 31(59)| Ministrorum, lib. II, XXVIII, 136-140: PL 16 139-141; St. 8 4, 31(59)| XXVIII, 136-140: PL 16 139-141; St. Possidius, Vita 9 4, 31(59)| Ministrorum, lib. II, XXVIII, 136-140: PL 16 139-141; St. Possidius, 10 4, 31(59)| XXVIII, 136-140: PL 16 139-141; St. Possidius, Vita S. 11 1, 1(1) | XI, Romae 1892, pp. 97-144.~ 12 7, 49(91)| 37: AAS 66 (1974), pp. 148f.; John Paul II, Homily at 13 1, 1(2) | 1931): AAS 23 (1931), pp. 177-J28; John XXIII, Mater et 14 1, 1(1) | Encyclical Rerum Novarum (May 15, 1891): Leonis XIII P. M. Acta, 15 1, 1(2) | XIII: AAS 33 (1941), pp. 195-205.~ 16 3, 12(30)| referred to are the years 1960-1970 and 1970-1980, the 17 3, 26(47)| United Nations, New York, 1983; John Paul II, Encyclical 18 3, 12(30)| decade is the third (1980-1990).~ 19 1, 1(2) | AAS 33 (1941), pp. 195-205.~ 20 7, 46(84)| 16: AAS 77 (1985), pp. 213-217; Congregation for the 21 7, 49(91)| n. 4: AAS 71 (1979), p. 230.~ 22 4, 28(52)| 1965): AAS 57 (1965), p. 232. ~ 23 7, 47(87)| Progressio, n. 5: loc. cit., p. 259: "We believe that all men 24 6, 41(69)| n. 13; loc. cit., pp. 263f., 296f.~ 25 4, 30(54)| Progressio, n. 15: loc. cit., p. 265. ~ 26 4, 28(51)| Progressio, n. 19: loc. cit., pp. 266f.: "Increased possession 27 3, 16(33)| Progressio, n. 33: loc. cit., p. 273.~ 28 6, 44(82)| Progressio, n. 35: loc. cit., p. 274: "Basic education is the 29 3, 25(45)| Progressio, n. 37: loc. cit., pp. 275f.~ 30 2, 7(14)| Progressio, n. 41: loc. cit., p. 277.~ 31 2, 7(15)| Progressio, n. 41: loc. cit., pp. 277f.~ 32 6, 42(77)| Progressio, n. 47: loc. cit., p. 280; Congregation for the Doctrine 33 3, 19(39)| Progressio, n. 54: loc. cit., pp. 283f.: "Developing countries 34 6, 44(81)| Progressio, n. 55: loc. cit., p. 284: "These are the men and 35 6, 42(74)| Part IV: AAS 55 (1963), pp. 291-296; Paul VI Apostolic Letter 36 3, 26(48)| Progressio, n. 76: loc. cit., pp. 294f.: "To wage war on misery 37 2, 10(29)| ibid., n. 76: loc. cit., p. 295.~ 38 6, 41(69)| 13; loc. cit., pp. 263f., 296f.~ 39 7, 47(87)| 87: loc. cit., pp. 296-298, 299.~ 40 4, 34 | 34. Nor can the moral character 41 1, 4(7) | n. 3: AAS 79 (1987), pp. 363f.; Homily at the Mass of 42 7, 49(90)| 5-6: AAS 79 (1987), pp. 365-367.~ 43 7, 49(90)| AAS 79 (1987), pp. 365-367.~ 44 6, 42(74)| 2-4: AAS 63 (1971), pp. 402-404.~ 45 6, 42(74)| AAS 63 (1971), pp. 402-404.~ 46 3, 17(35)| 8-9: AAS 63 (1971), pp. 406-408. ~ 47 4, 28(51)| n. 9: AAS 63 (1971), pp. 407f.~ 48 3, 17(35)| AAS 63 (1971), pp. 406-408. ~ 49 4, 34(63)| 21: AAS 63 (1971), pp. 416f.~ 50 6, 43 | 43. The motivating concern 51 6, 44 | 44. Development demands above 52 1, 1(2) | AAS 63 (1971), pp. 401- 441; John Paul II, Encyclical 53 1, 1(2) | AAS 53 (1961), pp. 401-464; Paul VI, Apostolic Letter 54 7, 49 | 49. I have called the current 55 4, 31(59)| Evang. S. Matthaei, Hom. 50, 3-4: PG 58, 508-510, St. 56 4, 31(59)| Matthaei, Hom. 50, 3-4: PG 58, 508-510, St. Ambrose De Officiis 57 4, 31(59)| Hom. 50, 3-4: PG 58, 508-510, St. Ambrose De Officiis 58 7, 49 | has sent empty away" (Lk 1:52-53). Her maternal concern 59 6, 43(80)| them (cf. Ps 12[11]:6; Lk 1:52f.). ~ 60 4, 31(59)| Augustini Episcopi, XXIV: PL 32, 53f.~ 61 7, 46(85)| n. 24: AAS 79 (1987), p. 564.~ 62 7, 46(84)| 42: AAS 79 (1987), pp. 569, 571. ~ 63 7, 46(84)| AAS 79 (1987), pp. 569, 571. ~ 64 1, 1(2) | 1981): AAS 73 (1981), pp. 577-647. Also Pius XII delivered 65 6, 42(77)| 68: AAS 79 (1987), pp. 583f.~ 66 4, 30(54)| n. 4: AAS 73 (1981), pp. 584f., Paul VI Encyclical Letter 67 1, 2(4) | Progressio (March 26, 1967): AAS 59 (1967), pp. 257-299.~ 68 6, 42(78)| n. 90: AAS 79 (1987), p. 594; St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa 69 1, 4 | and the society of the '60s, retain all their force 70 3, 18(37)| 18: AAS 73 (1981), pp. 624-625.~ 71 3, 18(37)| AAS 73 (1981), pp. 624-625.~ 72 1, 1(2) | AAS 73 (1981), pp. 577-647. Also Pius XII delivered 73 4, 31(58)| Providentia, Oratio VII: PG 83, 665-686; St. Augustine, De Civitate 74 6, 42(77)| Conscientia (March 22, 1986), n. 68: AAS 79 (1987), pp. 583f.~ 75 4, 31(58)| Dei, XIX, n. 17: CCL 48 683-685.~ 76 4, 31(58)| XIX, n. 17: CCL 48 683-685.~ 77 4, 31(58)| Oratio VII: PG 83, 665-686; St. Augustine, De Civitate 78 3, 26(48)| World, Gaudium et Spes, n. 78; Paul VI, Encyclical Letter 79 1, 4 | in the last part of the '80s, in an effort to trace the 80 7, 47(87)| this program"; cf. also nn. 81-83, 87: loc. cit., pp. 296- 81 7, 49(92)| ed. typ. altera, 1975, p. 820.~ 82 7, 46(83)| Introduction: AAS 76 (1984), pp. 876f.~ 83 4, 27(49)| n. 6: AAS 74 (1982), p. 88: "...history is not simply 84 6, 41(72)| Octogesima Adveniens (May 14, 971), n. 4: AAS 63 (1971), pp. 85 3, 24(42)| Debt Question (December 27, 986), III, 2, 1.~ 86 3, 23 | gives the impression of abandoning itself to forms of growing 87 5, 39 | interdependence in itself demands the abandonment of the politics of blocs, 88 3, 24 | real massacres, and to the abduction of innocent people who have 89 4, 31(60)| how does the love of God abide in him?"( 1 Jn 3:17) It 90 3, 22 | history, teaches. ~It is this abnormal situation, the result of 91 3, 26 | temptations to destroy it by abortion and euthanasia - is a concomitant 92 1, 2 | account the replies to the above-mentioned circular letter, I consider 93 7, 47 | with us the inheritance of Abraham, "our father in faith" ( 94 3, 25 | and financing coming from abroad, and in some cases they 95 5, 37 | words, we are faced with the absolutizing of human attitudes with 96 3, 19 | peoples to accept the offer of abundantly available capital was the 97 4, 31(56)| felix culpa, quae talem ac tantum meruit habere Redemptorem!"~ 98 5, 35 | the decisions which either accelerate or slow down the development 99 3, 16 | almost automatically, thus accentuating the situation of wealth 100 3, 26 | very existence and gradual acceptance by the international community 101 5, 38 | religious elements, and accepted as a moral category. When 102 3, 19 | capital and the fact of accepting it as a loan can be considered 103 3, 11 | Progressio received great acclaim for its novel character. 104 2, 9 | this affirmation and the accompanying analysis yet been made into 105 6, 44 | Each of them must act in accordance with its own responsibilities, 106 6, 41 | ideology, but rather the accurate formulation of the results 107 2, 8 | peoples," she cannot be accused of going outside her own 108 3, 13 | for they have succeeded in achieving certain results. But in 109 3, 24 | tremendous and universally acknowledged danger represented by atomic 110 6, 44 | more favored countries, and acting in collaboration with others 111 3, 26 | sources of employment for the active population.~Thus, all is 112 7, 47 | resources, by their civic activity, by contributing to economic 113 3, 26 | negative overview of the actual situation of development 114 4, 31(56)| 272: "O certe necessarium Adae peccatum, quod Christi morte 115 1, 3 | necessary and opportune adaptations suggested by the changes 116 3, 24 | to the latter it must be added that the moral judgment 117 2, 8 | intervention in this field.~In addition, the social doctrine of 118 3, 24 | create a better society is adduced as the motivation for this 119 3, 23 | fundamentally flawed distortion from adequately fulfilling their duty of 120 3, 20 | to different degrees of adherence or participation.~The opposition 121 5, 39 | of solidarity, should not adopt a purely passive attitude 122 3, 21 | Church's social doctrine adopts a critical attitude towards 123 4, 33 | being - man or woman, child, adult or old person - implies, 124 3, 13 | multitude of people - children, adults and the elderly - in other 125 1, 4 | expectancy, rather like a new "Advent,"7 which to some extent 126 7, 47(88)| Non-Christian Religions, Nostra Aetate, n. 4.~ 127 3, 17 | underdevelopment which increasingly affect the developed countries 128 5, 38 | the world feel personally affected by the injustices and violations 129 7, 46 | from all forms of slavery affecting the individual and society 130 6, 41 | as Pope Paul VI already affirmed in his Encyclical.69 For 131 2, 9 | yet reached the point of affirming with such clarity that the 132 5, 36 | root of the evils which afflict us.~One can certainly speak 133 2, 6 | who are poor or in any way afflicted, these too are the joys 134 3, 16 | countries separated from the affluent world to which they themselves 135 2, 6 | anxieties of the people of this age, especially those who are 136 7, 47 | that they are witnesses and agents of peace and justice. I 137 7, 49 | Christian piety through the ages, we present to the Blessed 138 3, 19 | indeed in some cases has even aggravated underdevelopment.~As the 139 3, 25 | with repercussions on the aging of the population, unable 140 7, 47(87)| brethren, can and should agree on this program"; cf. also 141 3, 20 | and even though an initial agreement has been reached on the 142 6, 41 | And since it is a doctrine aimed at guiding people's behavior, 143 6, 41 | conditions, requirements and aims of authentic development, 144 4, 34 | three considerations which alert our consciences to the moral 145 5, 37 | typical: on the one hand, the all-consuming desire for profit, and on 146 3, 15 | limitation in the name of an alleged "equality" of everyone in 147 3, 23 | cooperate in the task of alleviating human misery, then we are 148 6, 41 | provided she herself is allowed the room she needs to exercise 149 2, 10 | which the document itself alludes28: how can one justify the 150 4, 34 | which the ancient Greeks - alluding precisely to the order which 151 4, 28(51)| individuals. All growth is ambivalent.... The exclusive pursuit 152 4, 31(59)| 3-4: PG 58, 508-510, St. Ambrose De Officiis Ministrorum, 153 7, 46 | world, especially in Latin America. This approach makes liberation 154 4, 31 | therefore - as we struggle amidst the obscurities and deficiencies 155 3, 18(36)| 1970 to 8% in 1986. It now amounts to 29 million people.~ 156 5, 39 | criterion is applied by analogy in international relationships. 157 5, 35 | needed. Unfortunately, after analyzing the situation we have to 158 4, 34 | whether living or inanimate - animals, plants, the natural elements - 159 7, 47 | Synod. It is their task to animate temporal realities with 160 5, 39 | exploitation, oppression and annihilation of others are excluded. 161 1, 1 | documents coincide with the anniversaries of that first document.2~ 162 1, 1(2) | Encyclical Quadragesimo Anno (May 15, 1931): AAS 23 ( 163 7, 47 | conformity with the program announced by Jesus himself in the 164 5, 38(67)| hebdomadae IIIae Temporis per annum, Preces ad Vesperas.~ 165 3, 20 | inevitable that by developing antagonistic systems and centers of power, 166 7, 48 | simply reflect and in a sense anticipate the glory of the Kingdom, 167 7, 48 | his one Sacrifice, which anticipates God's Kingdom and proclaims 168 7, 48 | coming of his Kingdom and anticipating it, though in the obscurity 169 7, 49 | faith and hope the ancient antiphon: "Holy Mother of God, despise 170 3, 20 | on the economic level, antithetical forms of the organization 171 4, 27 | replaced by a well founded anxiety for the fate of humanity.~ 172 3, 21 | used to sustain conflicts, apart from and in opposition to 173 3, 15 | submission to the bureaucratic apparatus which, as the only "ordering" 174 3, 23 | ethical duty. This is readily apparent in the circumstances of 175 5, 37 | behind certain decisions, apparently inspired only by economics 176 3, 12 | that time so lively, today appear very far from being realized.~ 177 2, 5 | 5. As soon as it appeared, the document of Pope Paul 178 3, 15 | creative initiative there appears passivity, dependence and 179 1, 4 | bear, with its possible applications, upon the present historical 180 6, 43 | or which are too weak to apply them are sold in other parts 181 6, 41 | about herself and about man, applying this truth to a concrete 182 2, 8 | brief analysis helps us to appreciate better the originality of 183 2, 7 | purpose of goods"13; the appreciation of the culture and the technological 184 4, 34 | first consideration is the appropriateness of acquiring a growing awareness 185 6, 42(74)| Letter Pacem in Terris (April 11, 1963), Part IV: AAS 186 6, 42(78)| 1987), p. 594; St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theol. IIa IIae, 187 4, 28 | has. Quality and hierarchy arise from the subordination of 188 4, 31 | obstacles which are continually arising along our way. It thus prepares 189 3, 20 | give rise to two blocs of armed forces, each suspicious 190 | around 191 3, 19(39)| of the loan could be so arranged as not to be too great a 192 3, 22 | considerations, we easily arrive at a clearer picture of 193 6, 42(78)| Theol. IIa IIae, q. 66, art. 2.~ 194 4, 29 | goods and the appearance of artificial needs should in no way hinder 195 4, 30 | sheep farming, practice the arts (music) and technical skills ( 196 2, 10 | transfer of capital set aside for helping needy countries. 197 4, 33 | Populorum Progressio already asked, to recognize each people' 198 7, 46 | fitting to add that the aspiration to freedom from all forms 199 4, 28 | one wants, while deeper aspirations remain unsatisfied and perhaps 200 7, 47 | reaffirmed in the recent Assembly of the Synod. It is their 201 2, 10 | individuals or groups, or assigned to the increase of stockpiles 202 3, 20 | of the two blocs tends to assimilate or gather around it other 203 7, 47 | held last October 27 in Assisi the city of St. Francis, 204 3, 12 | with infrastructures and assisting them in the process of industrialization.~ 205 3, 17(34)| noted that the Holy See associated itself with the celebration 206 3, 15 | the contrary and verbal assurances. ~We should add here that 207 4, 31 | created by Christian faith, assuring us that progress is possible 208 4, 33 | each individual, is not attained only by exploiting the abundance 209 6, 43 | actions, until it decisively attains a series of necessary reforms. 210 4, 27(50)| progress," but with an attempt to give the word "development" 211 4, 31 | time sin, which is always attempting to trap us and which jeopardizes 212 5, 36 | present situation can be attributed to difficulties of various 213 7, 46(83)| Liberation" Libertatis Nuntius (August 6, 1984), Introduction: 214 4, 31(58)| VII: PG 83, 665-686; St. Augustine, De Civitate Dei, XIX, n. 215 4, 31(59)| St. Possidius, Vita S. Augustini Episcopi, XXIV: PL 32, 53f.~ 216 5, 40 | the concentration camp at Auschwitz. ~ 217 6, 44 | corrupt, dictatorial and authoritarian forms of government by democratic 218 5, 39 | corruption of the public authorities. By virtue of her own evangelical 219 2, 8 | document, issued by the highest authority of the Catholic Church and 220 4, 27 | straightforward process, as it were automatic and in itself limitless, 221 3, 16 | people, often function almost automatically, thus accentuating the situation 222 3, 22 | countries, instead of becoming autonomous nations concerned with their 223 3, 26 | realization of the limits of avail able resources, and of the 224 4, 28(51)| and for individual men, avarice is the most evident form 225 5, 36(65)| who are in a position to avoid, eliminate or at least limit 226 3, 26 | catastrophe for all is to be avoided. From the depth of anguish, 227 7, 48 | Kingdom, the Kingdom which we await at the end of history, when 228 3, 17 | housing at all, in order to awaken everyone's conscience and 229 3, 12 | excessive efforts, the economic backwardness of the poorer peoples, of 230 5, 36(65)| cannot in itself be good or bad": AAS 77 (1985), p. 217. ~ 231 6, 43 | to the detriment of the balance of payments and the debt 232 3, 14(31)| also and especially for the bands of great or extreme poverty 233 7, 47 | through the sacrament of Baptism and the profession of the 234 7, 47 | through fear, indecision and, basically, through cowardice. We are 235 4, 31(58)| Cf. for example, St. Basil the Great, Regulae Fusius 236 6, 42 | tradition of the Church bears witness. It affects the 237 6, 42 | pretended not to know the beggar Lazarus lying at his gate ( 238 | behind 239 3, 16 | to which they themselves belong.~Moreover, one must denounce 240 5, 39 | of influence" or "safety belts."~The "structures of sin" 241 3, 26 | in a world divided and beset by every type of conflict, 242 | beside 243 4, 30 | again, that person would be betraying the will of God the Creator. 244 4, 30 | of him, as given in the Bible, certainly presents him 245 5, 39 | exactness and the same power of biblical inspiration (cf. Is 32:17; 246 5, 36(65)| of certain social groups, big or small, or even of whole 247 3, 12 | In fact, some measures, bilateral and multilateral, were taken 248 6, 43 | protectionism and increasing bilateralism; the reform of the world 249 5, 38 | foundation of an absolutely binding ethic.~One would hope that 250 4, 34 | are subject not only to biological laws but also to moral ones, 251 3, 25 | unable even to renew itself biologically. In itself, this is a phenomenon 252 3, 25 | systematic campaigns against birth, contrary not only to the 253 3, 25 | concern is the drop in the birthrate, with repercussions on the 254 3, 24 | arms trade is equally to blame. Indeed, with reference 255 3, 20 | political, inasmuch as each bloc identifies itself with a 256 6, 42 | the heads of international bodies, while they are obliged 257 4, 29 | cf. Gen 1:26). It is a bodily and a spiritual nature, 258 7, 48 | and with one another by a bond stronger than any natural 259 5, 40 | Beyond human and natural bonds, already so close and strong, 260 3, 12 | majority - being States just born from the process of decolonization. 261 3, 15 | these dimensions of life are bound together.~It must also be 262 2, 9 | factors beyond regional boundaries and national frontiers.~ 263 3, 19 | peoples has turned into a brake upon development instead, 264 2, 9 | Progressio is shown by the breadth of outlook open to what 265 4, 29 | forms man's body, and the breath of life which he breathes 266 4, 29 | breath of life which he breathes into man's nostrils (cf. 267 3, 15 | sole leader, since this brings about the destruction of 268 5, 40 | fatherhood of God, of the brotherhood of all in Christ - "children 269 1, 1 | vocation as responsible builders of earthly society.~ 270 1, 1 | updated doctrinal "corpus." It builds up gradually, as the Church, 271 3, 22 | military expenditure and by bureaucracy and intrinsic inefficiency 272 3, 15 | dependence and submission to the bureaucratic apparatus which, as the 273 6, 42 | less developed countries but-and this seems no less scandalous - 274 3, 24 | underdeveloped world to buy weapons.~If to all this 275 4, 30(54)| C f. Encyclical Letter Laborem 276 4, 30 | that the descendants of Cain build "a city," engage in 277 3, 24 | refugees whom war, natural calamities, persecution and discrimination 278 5, 36 | of "mistaken political calculations" and "imprudent economic 279 5, 40 | him in the concentration camp at Auschwitz. ~ 280 5, 40 | peace. Many of the Church's canonized saints offer a wonderful 281 5, 39 | instrument, with a work capacity and physical strength to 282 7, 47 | proclaim release to the captives and recovering of sight 283 2, 5 | document of Pope Paul VI captured the attention of public 284 4, 34 | is useful to reflect upon carefully.~The first consideration 285 3, 26 | watches over even our daily cares (cf. Mt 6:25-32; 10:23-31; 286 5, 40 | service to the slaves at Cartagena de Indias, and St. Maximilian 287 3, 26 | constructed together, if catastrophe for all is to be avoided. 288 4, 32 | In this sense, just as we Catholics invite our Christian brethren 289 4, 31(58)| Civitate Dei, XIX, n. 17: CCL 48 683-685.~ 290 3, 18 | and for which she does not cease to pray...is the continual 291 4, 28 | flood of publicity and the ceaseless and tempting offers of products - 292 1, 2 | suggestions on the best way to celebrate the Encyclical's anniversary, 293 4, 33 | basic social community, or "cell of society"; justice in 294 2, 7 | a faithful echo of the centuries - old tradition of the Church 295 3, 20 | industrialization during the last century. In the East there exists 296 4, 31(56)| altera, 1975, p. 272: "O certe necessarium Adae peccatum, 297 6, 42(73)| Gaudium et Spes, Part II, Ch. V, Section 2: "Building 298 7, 47 | to face the tremendous challenge of the last decade of the 299 5, 36(65)| supposed impossibility of changing the world, and also of those 300 4, 30 | In fact, the following chapter of Genesis shows us that 301 5, 37 | upon others. In order to characterize better each of these attitudes, 302 1, 4 | Christian millennium, is characterized by a widespread expectancy, 303 4, 33 | basis, for example, of the Charter of the United Nations Organization: 304 4, 33 | human being - man or woman, child, adult or old person - implies, 305 3, 25 | respect for the freedom of choice of the parties involved, 306 2, 5 | very fact that Pope Paul VI chose to publish a social Encyclical 307 3, 19 | financial market; the instrument chosen to make a contribution to 308 4, 31(56)| necessarium Adae peccatum, quod Christi morte deletum est! O felix 309 3, 24 | repeat them again: "What Christianity forbids is to seek solutions... 310 2, 6 | more in this than simple chronological proximity. The Encyclical 311 4, 31(59)| Cf. for example, St. John Chrysostom, In Evang. S. Matthaei, 312 3, 24 | arms of whatever origin circulate with almost total freedom 313 4, 31(60)| previous number, the Pope had cited n. 69 of the Pastoral Constitution, 314 2, 6(8) | Encyclical Populorum Progressio cites the documents of the Second 315 7, 47 | their resources, by their civic activity, by contributing 316 4, 31(58)| 665-686; St. Augustine, De Civitate Dei, XIX, n. 17: CCL 48 317 5, 39 | social fabric, but, while claiming their legitimate rights, 318 6, 44 | world - where starvation claims so many victims, especially 319 6, 42 | to reexamine and further clarify in this light the characteristic 320 5, 37 | idolatry: of money, ideology, class, technology.~I have wished 321 3, 20 | condition of the proletarian classes made in the light of a particular 322 3, 14 | obviously do not claim to classify exhaustively all countries, 323 5, 40 | wish to recall St. Peter Claver and his service to the slaves 324 7, 48 | will find them once again, cleansed this time from the stain 325 3, 22 | considerations, we easily arrive at a clearer picture of the last twenty 326 3, 24 | indiscriminately, and to create a climate of terror and insecurity, 327 7, 47 | history does not remain closed in upon itself but is open 328 4, 31(60)| his brother in need and closes his heart to him, how does 329 4, 31 | to provide food, drink, clothing and shelter for those who 330 3, 26 | without a mention of the coexistence of positive aspects.~The 331 3, 22 | become parts of a machine, cogs on a gigantic wheel. This 332 1, 1 | various social documents coincide with the anniversaries of 333 3, 20 | it has taken the form of "cold war," sometimes of "wars 334 7, 49(92)| Collect of the Mass "For the Development 335 3, 26(47)| Cf. Human Rights: Collection of International Instruments, 336 3, 22 | or towards forms of new - colonialism: an easy temptation to which 337 3, 20 | worrying fact which still colors the world picture.~ 338 4, 31 | Letter of St. Paul to the Colossians, we read that Christ is " 339 3, 20 | situation.~Faced with a combination of factors which are undoubtedly 340 7, 48 | ought to be done through the combined efforts of everyone and 341 6, 45 | and participation in the comity of nations - as is already 342 7, 48 | freedom - according to the command of the Lord and in his Spirit, 343 5, 36 | second tablet" of the Ten Commandments (cf. Ex 20:12-17; Dt 5:16- 344 5, 36 | God and on his law, which commands what is good and forbids 345 1, 2 | Commission organized a solemn commemoration in which I myself took part 346 1, 2 | if we note the series of commemorations which took place during 347 3, 26 | monitoring with great care and commendable objectivity what is happening 348 7, 47 | which each one is capable of committing -  there exist in the human 349 4, 31 | Col 1:19) and which he communicated to his body; and on the 350 4, 31 | in the Lord" and which he communicates "to his body, which is the 351 3, 22 | also in the field of social communications, which, being run by centers 352 6, 43 | considerable profit for the companies engaged in this form of 353 4, 28 | replacement of things possessed compared to the value of "being," 354 5, 38 | is not a feeling of vague compassion or shallow distress at the 355 2, 8 | her own specific field of competence and, still less, outside 356 6, 45 | how their products might complement one another; they should 357 6, 44 | the basic education which completes and deepens it is a direct 358 1, 4 | of the multiplication and complexity of the phenomena in the 359 5, 36(65)| silence, through secret complicity or indifference; of those 360 3, 20 | cannot hope to achieve a comprehensive analysis here. However, 361 3, 14 | human race, is seriously compromised. Such phraseology, beyond 362 4, 28 | technology, including the computer sciences, bring freedom 363 3, 14 | objective value, undoubtedly conceals a moral content, before 364 3, 26 | abortion and euthanasia - is a concomitant concern for peace, together 365 5, 36(65)| situations of sin, or when she condemns as social sins certain situations 366 7, 48 | life, since the former is conditioned by the latter, especially 367 7, 46 | toward the same, is even less conducive to authentic liberation. 368 7, 47 | campaign, a campaign to be conducted by peaceful means, in order 369 1, 2 | Churches and to the Episcopal Conferences, asking for ideas and suggestions 370 1, 4 | live. Consequently, the configuration of the world in the course 371 2, 7 | those same people12; the confirmation of the Council's teaching, 372 3, 24 | hemisphere. We are thus confronted with a strange phenomenon: 373 7, 46 | Progressio, a new way of confronting the problems of poverty 374 5, 36 | understanding of the reality that confronts us unless we give a name 375 5, 38 | thus acquiring a moral connotation.~It is above all a question 376 4, 27 | progress" with philosophical connotations deriving from the Enlightenment, 377 4, 31 | 7). In him God wished to conquer sin and make it serve our 378 4, 34 | considerations which alert our consciences to the moral dimension of 379 2, 9 | itself, "each one must be conscious" of this fact,24 precisely 380 3, 12 | Nations Organization promoted consecutively two decades of development.30 381 3, 26 | nobody excluded, and the consequent renouncing of personal selfishness.~ 382 5, 36 | especially if it is completely consistent and if it is based on faith 383 5, 36 | introduce these structures, consolidate them and make them difficult 384 5, 36(65)| of laziness, fear or the conspiracy of silence, through secret 385 1, 4 | preserving certain fundamental constants, has undergone notable changes 386 2, 8 | three points. ~The first is constituted by the very fact of a document, 387 6, 41 | one another: rather, it constitutes a category of its own. Nor 388 3, 18 | must be stressed that the constitutive element in this progress 389 3, 26 | destiny, which is to be constructed together, if catastrophe 390 4, 28 | so-called civilization of "consumption" or " consumerism ," which 391 5, 40 | identify many points of contact between solidarity and charity, 392 1, 4 | according to the suggestions contained in the Encyclical. Its aim 393 7, 49 | of food, the arms race, contempt for human rights, and situations 394 4, 33 | unsatisfying and in the end contemptible. The Lord clearly says this 395 3, 18 | their relationships on the continental and world level there is 396 4, 31 | the obstacles which are continually arising along our way. It 397 3, 21 | uncertainties and at times contradictions gave rise to the International 398 5, 35 | little, irregular, or even contradictory development - the reasons 399 3, 17 | fragmentation, expressed in the conventional names First, Second, Third 400 7, 47 | witness together to our common convictions concerning the dignity of 401 3, 17 | problem, we should need little convincing of how far we are from an 402 3, 23 | questionable reasons its duty to cooperate in the task of alleviating 403 2, 6 | Constitution Gaudium et Spes - to coordinate and develop a number of 404 4, 28(52)| Address to the Diplomatic Corps (January 7, 1965): AAS 57 ( 405 1, 1 | become an updated doctrinal "corpus." It builds up gradually, 406 6, 41 | help in promoting both the correct definition of the problems 407 5, 38 | recognized in this way, the correlative response as a moral and 408 7, 47 | situation does not seem to correspond to this dignity. Every individual 409 3, 14 | itself and in relation to the corresponding data of the more developed 410 4, 30 | development" fundamentally corresponds to the first premises. Anyone 411 6, 44 | institutions, in order to replace corrupt, dictatorial and authoritarian 412 4, 31 | superdevelopment - that one day this corruptible body will put on incorruptibility, 413 5, 39 | face of the inefficiency or corruption of the public authorities. 414 5, 39 | strength to be exploited at low cost and then discarded when 415 4, 31 | superfluous church ornaments and costly furnishings for divine worship; 416 6, 43 | operating methods, operating costs and effectiveness need careful 417 3, 19 | development has turned into a counterproductive mechanism. This is because 418 7, 47 | and, basically, through cowardice. We are all called, indeed 419 4, 28 | consumerism: in the first place a crass materialism, and at the 420 3, 25 | demographic problem which creates difficulties for development. ~ 421 5, 36 | gives the impression of creating, in persons and institutions, 422 4, 30 | certainly presents him as a creature and image, defined in his 423 7, 47 | the profession of the same Creed, share a real, though imperfect, 424 3, 24 | without frontiers capable of crossing even the barriers of the 425 4, 31 | of the Father, and which culminates in him, "the firstborn from 426 4, 31(56)| morte deletum est! O felix culpa, quae talem ac tantum meruit 427 4, 28 | they are hindered by the cult of "having"; and there are 428 4, 30 | other created beings, "to cultivate the garden." This is to 429 4, 29 | garden with the duty of cultivating and watching over it, being 430 6, 43 | societies, economies and cultures of the whole world.~ 431 7, 49(91)| Apostolic Exhortation Marialis Cultus (February 2, 1974), n. 37: 432 5, 36 | requires from people clear cut attitudes which express 433 3, 26 | respect the integrity and the cycles of nature and to take them 434 4, 31(58)| 1009-1012 Theodoret of Cyr, De Providentia, Oratio 435 6, 43 | exchange and of the grave damage deriving therefrom. There 436 7, 46 | of deviation, which are damaging to the faith and are connected 437 4, 30 | treatment given to the man who dared to hide the gift received: " 438 2, 5 | say a few words about the date of publication; the year 439 1, 1 | and has sometimes made the dates of publication of the various 440 3, 22 | concern for security, which deadens the impulse towards united 441 3, 17 | progress. This tells us a great deal about the nature of authentic 442 2, 8 | Encyclical Rerum Novarum, which deals with the "condition of the 443 Bles | Blessing~Venerable Brothers and dear Sons and Daughters, ~Health 444 4, 31 | because God the Father has decided from the beginning to make 445 3, 15 | the only "ordering" and "decision-making" body - if not also the " 446 6, 43 | concrete actions, until it decisively attains a series of necessary 447 3, 15 | objects," in spite of all declarations to the contrary and verbal 448 4, 32 | our initiatives, so too we declare that we are ready to collaborate 449 2, 9 | Encyclical of Paul VI, in declaring that the social question 450 3, 12 | born from the process of decolonization. For her part, the Church 451 3, 18 | opportunities for employment are decreasing rather than increasing.~ 452 6, 44 | appropriately accomplished in the dedication of each people to its own 453 3, 12 | Church felt the duty to deepen her understanding of the 454 6, 44 | education which completes and deepens it is a direct contribution 455 4, 30 | because of the experience of defeat and the need to begin again, 456 7, 47 | obstacles which, by excess or by defect, stand in the way of development. 457 7, 47 | the human person, whose defense and promotion have been 458 3, 24 | hatred, by the murdering of defenseless people, by the methods of 459 4, 31 | amidst the obscurities and deficiencies of underdevelopment and 460 5, 38 | spiritual attitudes which define each individual's relationship 461 6, 41 | promoting both the correct definition of the problems being faced 462 7, 48 | wine-serve for the coming of the definitive Kingdom, since the Lord, 463 3, 20 | countries, to different degrees of adherence or participation.~ 464 4, 31(56)| peccatum, quod Christi morte deletum est! O felix culpa, quae 465 3, 23 | to succumb more or less deliberately to the temptation to close 466 6, 43 | correction. Obviously, such a delicate process cannot be put into 467 7, 49 | in our necessities, but deliver us always from all dangers, 468 1, 1(2) | 577-647. Also Pius XII delivered a radio message (June 1, 469 4, 31 | Cor 15:54), when the Lord "delivers the Kingdom to God the Father" ( 470 3, 26 | sacrificing them to certain demagogic ideas about the latter. 471 6, 44 | authoritarian forms of government by democratic and participatory ones. 472 5, 37 | particular considerations to demonstrate that among the actions and 473 2, 8 | the Church has once more demonstrated its character as an application 474 3, 18 | fact that without any doubt demonstrates that both within the individual 475 5, 39 | another, and their public demonstrations on the social scene which, 476 6, 43 | developing countries being denied needed forms of technology 477 3, 16 | belong.~Moreover, one must denounce the existence of economic, 478 4, 28 | of men and women without denying economic requirements, were 479 2, 9 | the other hand, without departing from the lines of this moral 480 2, 9 | connection. On the contrary they depend more and more on the influence 481 2, 10 | political repercussions and dependencies, the danger is seen to be 482 3, 15 | as, if not more than, the deprivation of material goods? And is 483 3, 15 | not certain privations or deprivations which deserve this name? 484 3, 26 | to be avoided. From the depth of anguish, fear and escapist 485 4, 30 | Genesis shows us that the descendants of Cain build "a city," 486 4, 31(60)| Fathers of the Church to describe the proper attitude of persons 487 3, 20 | West. The reason for this description is not purely political 488 3, 23 | consequences - but also a real desertion of a moral obligation. ~ 489 3, 15 | privations or deprivations which deserve this name? The denial or 490 3, 25 | eugenics. ~This fact too, which deserves the most forceful condemnation, 491 3, 23 | so as to render "vain the designs of the peoples" (cf. Ps 492 7, 47 | no justification then for despair or pessimism or inertia. 493 3, 15 | sense of frustration or desperation and predisposes people to 494 7, 49 | antiphon: "Holy Mother of God, despise not our petitions in our 495 6, 42 | principle of the universal destination of goods. Likewise, in this 496 3, 26 | linked together by a common destiny, which is to be constructed 497 3, 15 | or in practice absolutely destroys the spirit of initiative, 498 5, 39 | attitude or one that is destructive of the social fabric, but, 499 1, 4 | the Encyclical in greater detail and to see their possible 500 3, 16 | Responsibility for this deterioration is due to various causes.


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