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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Sollicitudo rei socialis

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501 1, 4 | see their possible future developments.~The aim of the present 502 7, 46 | deviations and risks of deviation, which are damaging to the 503 7, 46 | positive values, as well as the deviations and risks of deviation, 504 1, 2 | close of the year 1987, to devote an Encyclical to the theme 505 5, 37 | structures of sin." To diagnose the evil in this way is 506 3, 22 | easier to begin a fruitful dialogue and genuine collaboration 507 5, 38 | help of divine grace - by a diametrically opposed attitude: a commitment 508 6, 44 | order to replace corrupt, dictatorial and authoritarian forms 509 3, 14 | countries in recent years has differed, and this serves to widen 510 3, 15 | These are illiteracy, the difficulty or impossibility of obtaining 511 6, 41 | exact awareness and a wider diffusion of the "set of principles 512 3, 15 | of everyone in society, diminishes, or in practice absolutely 513 4, 28(52)| Paul VI, Address to the Diplomatic Corps (January 7, 1965): 514 2, 9 | analysis yet been made into a "directive for action," as Paul VI 515 3, 20 | yet without completely disappearing, and even though an initial 516 3, 14 | the general picture is a disappointing one, both considered in 517 3, 17 | ethical requirements, it has disastrous consequences for the weakest. 518 5, 40 | close and strong, there is discerned in the light of faith a 519 5, 40 | distinguishing mark of Christ's disciples (cf. Jn 13:35). In the light 520 6, 43 | developing countries and discourages the producers of raw materials. 521 6, 45 | without opposing anyone, but discovering and making best use of the 522 6, 43 | system today frequently discriminates against the products of 523 3, 26 | organizations.47~The awareness under discussion applies not only to individuals 524 4, 30 | 16; Wis 9:2-3). ~When man disobeys God and refuses to submit 525 3, 24 | production is a serious disorder in the present world with 526 4, 34 | use and misuse," or to dispose of things as one pleases. 527 3, 23 | where believers discern the dispositions of Divine Providence, ready 528 4, 28 | the same time a radical dissatisfaction, because one quickly learns - 529 3, 21 | and which results from the distance between the two worlds: 530 5, 38 | human rights committed in distant countries, countries which 531 2, 7 | of "service," a mission distinct from the function of the 532 7, 47 | face of such a threat, the distinction between rich individuals 533 1, 2 | of social teaching is the distinguished Encyclical Populorum Progressio,4 534 4, 34 | precisely to the order which distinguishes it - called the "cosmos." 535 5, 40 | and charity, which is the distinguishing mark of Christ's disciples ( 536 3, 22 | They frequently impose a distorted vision of life and of man 537 3, 23 | this fundamentally flawed distortion from adequately fulfilling 538 5, 38 | vague compassion or shallow distress at the misfortunes of so 539 5, 39 | transformation of mutual distrust into collaboration. This 540 3, 15 | negative and indeed even more disturbing, beginning with the cultural 541 6, 41 | their conformity with or divergence from the lines of the Gospel 542 3, 21 | for development are often diverted from their proper purpose 543 3, 21 | inevitably create internal divisions, to the extent in some cases 544 1, 1 | has now become an updated doctrinal "corpus." It builds up gradually, 545 4, 33 | like Lazarus, while "the dogs come and lick his sores" ( 546 6, 41 | which stand in its way. In doing so the Church fulfills her 547 3, 20 | the Second World War has dominated the whole of the subsequent 548 3, 20 | and fearful of the other's domination.~International relations, 549 4, 33 | instead of lying outside the door like Lazarus, while "the 550 5, 37 | individuals fall victim to this double attitude of sin; nations 551 3, 20 | attention is especially drawn to the political causes 552 4, 31 | perspectives widen. The dream of "unlimited progress" 553 4, 31 | in order to provide food, drink, clothing and shelter for 554 3, 14 | housing, availability of drinking water, working conditions ( 555 3, 24(44)| Address at Drogheda, Ireland (September 29, 556 3, 25 | cause for concern is the drop in the birthrate, with repercussions 557 3, 26 | escapist phenomena like drugs, typical of the contemporary 558 5, 36 | Commandments (cf. Ex 20:12-17; Dt 5:16-21). Not to observe 559 4, 31 | fullness of God was pleased to dwell, and through him to reconcile 560 3, 17 | result of a sort of internal dynamic and under the impulse of 561 3, 22 | existing opposition and make it easier to begin a fruitful dialogue 562 3, 22 | of new - colonialism: an easy temptation to which they 563 4, 34 | the prohibition not to "eat of the fruit of the tree" ( 564 4, 32 | and the other Churches and Ecclesial Communities, with which 565 1, 2 | and in many parts of the ecclesiastical and civil world. For this 566 2, 9 | outlook,21 and the Council had echoed the same in the Constitution 567 3, 26 | latter. Today this is called ecological concern.~It is also right 568 3, 26 | statesmen, politicians, economists, trade unionists, people 569 6, 43 | methods, operating costs and effectiveness need careful review and 570 7, 47 | man,"86 and because the efficacious action of the Holy Spirit " 571 3, 13 | children, adults and the elderly - in other words, real and 572 4, 33 | of development: the true elevation of man, in conformity with 573 5, 36(65)| in a position to avoid, eliminate or at least limit certain 574 2, 9 | misunderstanding has to be eliminated. Recognition that the "social 575 | else 576 6, 42 | inspires in us, cannot but embrace the immense multitudes of 577 3, 26 | world, the idea is slowly emerging that the good to which we 578 3, 15 | life, impelling many to emigrate and also favoring a form 579 3, 15 | form of "psychological" emigration. ~Such a situation has its 580 4, 30 | parable of the talents, emphasizes the severe treatment given 581 6, 41 | way, development would be emptied of its true content, and 582 3, 23 | these resources are used to enable each of the two blocs to 583 5, 39 | subsistence level, must be enabled, with the assistance of 584 3, 17 | these countries that one encounters, though on a lesser scale, 585 2, 10 | ignore this demand could encourage the temptation among the 586 7, 46 | set us free (cf. Gal 5:1) encourages us to become the servants 587 4, 30 | story which is constantly endangered by reason of infidelity 588 4, 34 | absolute dominion, seriously endangers their availability not only 589 7, 46 | dimensions and does not endeavor to direct its goals and 590 2, 5 | Ecumenical Council, which had ended on December 8, 1965.~ 591 1, 2 | published on March 26, 1967.~The enduring relevance of this Encyclical 592 4, 30 | of Cain build "a city," engage in sheep farming, practice 593 6, 43 | profit for the companies engaged in this form of production, 594 7, 46 | obstacles preventing them from enjoying a "more human life."~Recently, 595 4, 28 | recent period should serve to enlighten us: side-by-side with the 596 7, 48 | Second Vatican Council, in an enlightening passage of the Pastoral 597 4, 27 | connotations deriving from the Enlightenment, rather than to the notion 598 1, 2 | Encyclical's anniversary, to enrich its teachings and, if need 599 7, 46 | contrary, it will end by enslaving him further. Development 600 5, 38 | other, are responsible for ensuring a "more human life" for 601 5, 38 | conversion specifically entails a relationship to God, to 602 2, 9 | the problems in industrial enterprises or in the workers' and union 603 3, 15 | also the "owner"- of the entire totality of goods and the 604 3, 26 | nations and peoples, which, as entities having a specific cultural 605 7, 47 | and promotion have been entrusted to us by the Creator, and 606 4, 34 | frequently, the pollution of the environment, with serious consequences 607 3, 24 | a "more human" life, as envisaged by the Encyclical Populorum 608 1, 2 | Catholic Churches and to the Episcopal Conferences, asking for 609 4, 31(59)| Possidius, Vita S. Augustini Episcopi, XXIV: PL 32, 53f.~ 610 4, 33 | recognize each people's equal right "to be seated at the 611 3, 25 | condemnation, is a sign of an erroneous and perverse idea of true 612 3, 21 | neocolonialism and are trying to escape from it. It is this awareness 613 3, 26 | depth of anguish, fear and escapist phenomena like drugs, typical 614 4, 31(56)| quod Christi morte deletum est! O felix culpa, quae talem 615 2, 10 | respect for justice and the establishment of real peace. ~ 616 7, 48 | presents to his Father an eternal and universal kingdom... 617 4, 31 | plan, which begins from eternity in Christ, the perfect " 618 5, 38 | of an absolutely binding ethic.~One would hope that also 619 3, 16 | careful analysis under the ethical-moral aspect. ~Populorum Progressio 620 3, 25 | equally racist forms of eugenics. ~This fact too, which deserves 621 3, 26 | destroy it by abortion and euthanasia - is a concomitant concern 622 5, 36 | decisions." And in each of these evaluations one hears an echo of an 623 4, 31(59)| St. John Chrysostom, In Evang. S. Matthaei, Hom. 50, 3- 624 5, 39 | authorities. By virtue of her own evangelical duty the Church feels called 625 6, 41 | part of that ministry of evangelization in the social field which 626 6, 41 | fulfills her mission to evangelize, for she offers her first 627 6, 41 | are part of the Church's evangelizing mission. And since it is 628 1, 4 | present period of time, on the eve of the third Christian millennium, 629 2, 9 | subsistence originally meant for everybody, and thus also an unequal 630 | everything 631 | everywhere 632 3, 20 | ideological opposition should evolve into a growing military 633 5, 36 | the Ten Commandments (cf. Ex 20:12-17; Dt 5:16-21). Not 634 6, 41 | difficult situation, a more exact awareness and a wider diffusion 635 5, 39 | could say, with the same exactness and the same power of biblical 636 3, 23 | to mention - and it is no exaggeration - the a leadership role 637 7, 49 | mighty from their thrones and exalted those of low degree; he 638 4, 27 | 27. The examination which the Encyclical invites 639 2, 10 | And if the situation is examined in the light of the division 640 | except 641 7, 47 | all men and women without exception. I wish to ask them to be 642 3, 15 | every type, especially the exceptionally odious form based on difference 643 7, 47 | the obstacles which, by excess or by defect, stand in the 644 6, 43 | question of technological exchanges and their proper use; the 645 4, 34 | character of development exclude respect for the beings which 646 4, 33 | and its application which excludes regard and respect for the 647 3, 13 | general indicators, without excluding other specific ones. Without 648 4, 28(51)| growth is ambivalent.... The exclusive pursuit of possessions thus 649 5, 35 | this, an analysis limited exclusively to the economic and political 650 3, 26 | acknowledge the influence exercised by the Declaration of Human 651 3, 20 | of organizing society and exercising power which presents itself 652 1, 4 | still very far from being exhausted. I therefore propose to 653 3, 14 | do not claim to classify exhaustively all countries, are significant: 654 7, 48 | will come again. But that expectation can never be an excuse for 655 3, 23 | of humanity's legitimate expectations - a betrayal that is a harbinger 656 6, 44 | own responsibilities, not expecting everything from the more 657 6, 41 | fields in which men and women expend their efforts in search 658 3, 22 | economy stifled by military expenditure and by bureaucracy and intrinsic 659 3, 17 | lack of housing is being experienced universally and is due in 660 7, 47 | In the context of the sad experiences of recent years and of the 661 5, 36(65)| cause or support evil or who exploit it; of those who are in 662 5, 39 | physical strength to be exploited at low cost and then discarded 663 3, 19 | find themselves obliged to export the capital needed for improving 664 6, 44 | and have even become food exporters.~Other nations need to reform 665 2, 7 | a direct manner the new exposition and rich synthesis which 666 3, 14 | the Fourth World.31 Such expressions, which obviously do not 667 7, 49 | 53). Her maternal concern extends to the personal and social 668 5, 38 | of very unpredictable and external circumstances. Nevertheless, 669 2, 8 | both themes could seem extraneous to the legitimate concern 670 3, 14(31)| for the bands of great or extreme poverty in countries of 671 5, 38 | into "hearts of flesh" (cf. Ezek 36:26).~On the path toward 672 4, 30(54)| C f. Encyclical Letter Laborem 673 5, 39 | destructive of the social fabric, but, while claiming their 674 6, 41 | once that the questions facing us are above all moral questions; 675 5, 39 | others are excluded. These facts, in the present division 676 2, 7 | human liberation,14 without failing to recognize their limits' 677 2, 6 | nothing genuinely human fails to raise an echo in their 678 4, 31 | Christians the strength to put it faithfully into practice.~ 679 3, 21 | more aware of the danger of falling victim to a form of neocolonialism 680 4, 30 | talents" (Mt 25:26-28). It falls to us, who receive the gifts 681 4, 27(49)| Cf. Apostolic Exhortation Familiarls Consortio (November 22, 682 4, 30 | a city," engage in sheep farming, practice the arts (music) 683 5, 40 | awareness of the common fatherhood of God, of the brotherhood 684 2, 9 | happens not through the fault of the needy people, and 685 6, 44 | everything from the more favored countries, and acting in 686 3, 15 | many to emigrate and also favoring a form of "psychological" 687 5, 37 | can do so too. And this favors even more the introduction 688 3, 20 | forces, each suspicious and fearful of the other's domination.~ 689 7, 49(91)| Exhortation Marialis Cultus (February 2, 1974), n. 37: AAS 66 ( 690 5, 38 | solidarity. This then is not a feeling of vague compassion or shallow 691 5, 38 | common good or, to quote the felicitous expression of the Encyclical 692 4, 31(56)| Christi morte deletum est! O felix culpa, quae talem ac tantum 693 5, 38 | more human life" for their fellow human beings, whether or 694 5, 38(67)| Cf. Liturgia Horarum, Feria III hebdomadae IIIae Temporis 695 3, 24 | affairs are to be seen in the festering of a wound which typifies 696 6, 42 | Unfortunately, instead of becoming fewer the poor are becoming more 697 1, 1(2) | message (June 1, 1941) for the fiftieth anniversary of the Encyclical 698 2, 10 | causes wars, and what causes fighting among you? Is it not your 699 3, 13 | going into an analysis of figures and statistics, it is sufficient 700 7, 49 | partial or total. In a filial spirit we wish to place 701 7, 49 | one family in yourself. Fill the hearts of all with the 702 7, 49 | those of low degree; he has filled the hungry with good things, 703 7, 47 | action of the Holy Spirit "fills the earth" (Wis 1:7).~There 704 7, 48 | Kingdom and proclaims its final coming.~Thus the Lord unites 705 3, 18 | aspect of its objective finality and in the aspect of the 706 2, 7 | recognize their limits's15; finally, on the specific theme of 707 2, 8 | document of Paul VI, one finds these three elements with 708 7, 49 | the hearts of all with the fire of your love, and the desire 709 5, 38 | On the contrary, it is a firm and persevering determination 710 4, 31 | read that Christ is "the first-born of all creation," and that " 711 4, 31 | culminates in him, "the firstborn from the dead" (Col.1.18 ), 712 4, 28 | poorer.~All of us experience firsthand the sad effects of this 713 7, 46 | Church's Magisterium.83~It is fitting to add that the aspiration 714 4, 27(49)| history is not simply a fixed progression toward what 715 3, 14 | manifestations of selfishness and a flaunting of wealth which is as disconcerting, 716 3, 23 | prevented by this fundamentally flawed distortion from adequately 717 5, 38 | of stone" into "hearts of flesh" (cf. Ezek 36:26).~On the 718 4, 28 | one is shielded from the flood of publicity and the ceaseless 719 6, 43 | is marked by an excessive fluctuation of exchange rates and interest 720 3, 17 | United Nations. attention is focused on the millions of human 721 3, 14 | of these parts seems to follow its own path with its own 722 2, 8 | Encyclical Populorum Progressio follows directly in the line of 723 3, 14 | production and distribution of foodstuffs, hygiene, health and housing, 724 1, 3 | other hand, following in the footsteps of my esteemed predecessors 725 3, 25 | which deserves the most forceful condemnation, is a sign 726 3, 20 | rise to two blocs of armed forces, each suspicious and fearful 727 3, 16 | remain.33 A proof of this forecast has been the appearance 728 3, 16 | Populorum Progressio already foresaw the possibility that under 729 3, 19 | seriousness of which was already foreseen in Populorum Progressio39 - 730 4, 33 | gains the whole world and forfeits his life?" (Mt 16:26)~True 731 6, 42 | development plans, should not forget to give precedence to the 732 6, 43 | already described, must not be forgotten. ~In this respect I wish 733 5, 36 | sociopolitical analysis and formal reference to "sin" and the " 734 6, 41 | but rather the accurate formulation of the results of a careful 735 2, 7 | and themes once again set forth by the Encyclical, the following 736 3, 20 | considerable impact on the forward movement of the development 737 | found 738 4, 27 | been replaced by a well founded anxiety for the fate of 739 4, 32 | and must be shared by the four parts of the world: East 740 3, 17 | worldwide shows signs of fragmentation, expressed in the conventional 741 5, 38 | because of the intrinsic frailty of human resolutions and 742 7, 47 | in Assisi the city of St. Francis, in order to pray for and 743 7, 48 | enterprise - human dignity, fraternal communion, and freedom - 744 4, 33(62)| live a fully human life, freed from servitude imposed on 745 4, 27(49)| even a struggle between freedoms...."~ 746 1, 1 | have not failed to throw fresh light by means of those 747 7, 48 | lays down his life for his friends (cf. Jn 15:13). Our personal 748 3, 15 | This provokes a sense of frustration or desperation and predisposes 749 3, 23 | distortion from adequately fulfilling their duty of solidarity 750 4, 28(51)| an obstacle to individual fulfillment and to man's true greatness... 751 6, 41 | In doing so the Church fulfills her mission to evangelize, 752 1, 4 | present world, the need for a fuller and more nuanced concept 753 4, 27(50)| the word "development" its fullest meaning. ~ 754 3, 16 | countries, by their very functioning favor the interests of the 755 4, 31 | church ornaments and costly furnishings for divine worship; on the 756 3, 24 | a propaganda purpose for furthering a cause. It is still worse 757 4, 31(58)| Basil the Great, Regulae Fusius Tractatae, Interrogatio 758 5, 36 | However, one cannot easily gain a profound understanding 759 2, 9 | and services, if this is gained at the expense of the development 760 7, 46 | Christ has set us free (cf. Gal 5:1) encourages us to become 761 6, 42 | beggar Lazarus lying at his gate (cf. Lk 16:19-31).77~Our 762 4, 34 | not only for the present generation but above all for generations 763 4, 34 | generation but above all for generations to come.~The third consideration 764 3, 26 | right to acknowledge the generous commitment of statesmen, 765 2, 6 | Christ. Indeed, nothing genuinely human fails to raise an 766 3, 22 | of a machine, cogs on a gigantic wheel. This is often true 767 5, 36 | Redeemer of man, the Lord and giver of life, requires from people 768 5, 39 | as to build in unity, by giving and receiving, a new society 769 6, 45 | essential condition for global solidarity is autonomy and 770 7, 49 | always from all dangers, O glorious and blessed Virgin." ~Mary 771 7, 47 | energies, a fundamental "goodness" (cf. Gen 1:31), because 772 3, 25 | is very alarming to see governments in many countries launching 773 4, 34 | development, the planning which governs it, and the way in which 774 3, 26 | Its very existence and gradual acceptance by the international 775 4, 34 | natural world. The dominion granted to man by the Creator is 776 3, 25 | made a condition for the granting of financial and economic 777 4, 28 | possession" and of immediate gratification, with no other horizon than 778 5, 40 | Christian dimension of total gratuity, forgiveness and reconciliation. 779 4, 28(51)| fulfillment and to man's true greatness...both for nations and for 780 4, 34 | world, which the ancient Greeks - alluding precisely to 781 7, 49 | special blessing as a sign of greeting and good wishes.~Given in 782 7, 47 | awareness of the divine promise guaranteeing that our present history 783 6, 41 | transcendent; its aim is thus to guide Christian behavior. It therefore 784 4, 28 | potential at man's disposal is guided by a moral understanding 785 6, 41 | it is a doctrine aimed at guiding people's behavior, it consequently 786 4, 31(56)| quae talem ac tantum meruit habere Redemptorem!"~ 787 4, 34 | and the consequences of haphazard industrialization - three 788 3, 23 | expectations - a betrayal that is a harbinger of unforeseeable consequences - 789 3, 22 | development.~Each of the two blocs harbors in its own way a tendency 790 4, 30 | A deeper study of these harsh words will make us commit 791 3, 19 | imprudent and occasionally hasty. ~Circumstances have changed, 792 3, 24 | solutions...by the ways of hatred, by the murdering of defenseless 793 5, 36 | of these evaluations one hears an echo of an ethical and 794 4, 31(60)| brother in need and closes his heart to him, how does the love 795 3, 26 | nor could it be, for the Heavenly Father's providence lovingly 796 5, 38(67)| Liturgia Horarum, Feria III hebdomadae IIIae Temporis per annum, 797 5, 39 | determination to preserve their own hegemony, the stronger and richer 798 7, 47 | great religions.~The meeting held last October 27 in Assisi 799 6, 44(81)| and women that need to be helped, that need to be convinced 800 5, 39 | but as our "neighbor," a "helper" (cf. Gen 2:18-20), to be 801 5, 37 | criteria, we would see that hidden behind certain decisions, 802 4, 30 | to the man who dared to hide the gift received: "You 803 2, 8 | document, issued by the highest authority of the Catholic 804 3, 17 | urbanization.35 Even the most highly developed peoples present 805 4, 28 | hierarchy of values, they are hindered by the cult of "having"; 806 3, 16 | especially on the part of those holding economic and political power. 807 4, 31(59)| In Evang. S. Matthaei, Hom. 50, 3-4: PG 58, 508-510, 808 1, 3 | on the one hand, to pay homage to this historic document 809 3, 24 | employment, family and homeland. The tragedy of these multitudes 810 6, 45 | nations, as part of the hoped - for development, without 811 3, 24 | multitudes is reflected in the hopeless faces of men, women and 812 5, 38(67)| Cf. Liturgia Horarum, Feria III hebdomadae IIIae 813 4, 28 | gratification, with no other horizon than the multiplication 814 3, 24 | killing. In the face of such horror and suffering, the words 815 3, 24 | including the taking of hostages. Even when some ideology 816 3, 18 | for society, ranging from humiliation to the loss of that self 817 7, 47 | appeal with simplicity and humility to everyone, to all men 818 5, 36 | these is to offend God and hurt one's neighbor, and to introduce 819 3, 14 | distribution of foodstuffs, hygiene, health and housing, availability 820 7, 48 | temporal achievement is to be identified with the Kingdom of God, 821 3, 20 | political, inasmuch as each bloc identifies itself with a system of 822 4, 32 | precisely because the others are ignored, their own development becomes 823 2, 10 | increase of goods, while ignoring the sufferings of the many 824 6, 42(78)| Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theol. IIa IIae, q. 66, art. 2.~ 825 6, 42(78)| Aquinas, Summa Theol. IIa IIae, q. 66, art. 2.~ 826 5, 38(67)| Horarum, Feria III hebdomadae IIIae Temporis per annum, Preces 827 3, 15 | cultural level. These are illiteracy, the difficulty or impossibility 828 3, 26 | try to resolve the world's ills and who give of themselves 829 4, 31 | Christ the Redeemer, while it illuminates from within the nature of 830 7, 48 | time from the stain of sin, illumined and transfigured, when Christ 831 3, 12 | regard, the Encyclical had no illusions. Its language, grave and 832 6, 43 | situation of international imbalance, as already described, must 833 3, 24 | typifies and reveals the imbalances and conflicts of the modern 834 6, 42 | inasmuch as he or she seeks to imitate the life of Christ, but 835 4, 28 | slaves of "possession" and of immediate gratification, with no other 836 3, 25 | for development. ~One must immediately add that in the northern 837 4, 30 | not created, so to speak, immobile and static. The first portrayal 838 3, 21 | and need effective and impartial aid from all the richer 839 3, 22 | peaceful peoples who are impeded from their rightful access 840 4, 31 | clear the reasons which impel the Church to concern herself 841 3, 15 | opt out of national life, impelling many to emigrate and also 842 4, 32 | each individual. It is an imperative which obliges each and every 843 7, 47 | individual responsibility, and to implement - by the way they live as 844 5, 36 | cannot be achieved without implying, in one way or another, 845 3, 22 | make-up. They frequently impose a distorted vision of life 846 6, 42 | of a better future. It is impossible not to take account of the 847 3, 15 | economic matters - do these not impoverish the human person as much 848 3, 23 | alleviate the misery of impoverished peoples41 makes more urgent 849 3, 26(48)| is to promote, along with improved conditions, the human and 850 3, 15 | obtaining higher education, the inability to share in the building 851 4, 28 | superdevelopment, equally inadmissible. because like the former 852 4, 34 | beings, whether living or inanimate - animals, plants, the natural 853 2, 9 | mean that it has lost its incisiveness or its national and local 854 6, 45 | geographical area, especially those included in the term "South," can 855 6, 45 | framework of a solidarity which includes everyone, beginning with 856 3, 14(31)| countries of medium and high income.~ 857 3, 25 | all demo graphic growth is incompatible with orderly development.~ 858 5, 39 | development. For world peace is inconceivable unless the world's leaders 859 3, 25 | development. Just as it is incorrect to say that such difficulties 860 4, 31 | corruptible body will put on incorruptibility, this mortal body immortality ( 861 3, 17 | of underdevelopment which increasingly affect the developed countries 862 3, 24 | weapons stockpiled on an incredible scale, the logical conclusion 863 2, 7 | the "most serious duty" incumbent on the more developed nations " 864 7, 47 | underdevelopment, through fear, indecision and, basically, through 865 3, 12 | of which had already been independent for some time, and others - 866 5, 37 | these attitudes can exist independently of each other, they can 867 7, 47 | of the human person, the indestructible image of God the Creator, 868 5, 40 | the slaves at Cartagena de Indias, and St. Maximilian Maria 869 3, 14 | the appropriate word for indicating the true reality, since 870 3, 20 | occurred contrary to the indications of the Encyclical Populorum 871 3, 18 | 18. Another indicator common to the vast majority 872 3, 13 | these tragedies of total indigence and need, in which so many 873 4, 34 | know that the direct or indirect result of industrialization 874 3, 16 | are maneuvered directly or indirectly by the more developed countries, 875 4, 29 | the use, dominion over and indiscriminate possession of created things 876 3, 24 | people and destroy property indiscriminately, and to create a climate 877 5, 37 | in today's world both are indissolubly united, with one or the 878 4, 32 | duty, and still less an individualistic one, as if it were possible 879 4, 30 | be accomplished by each individually and by them as a couple. 880 3, 26 | awareness that peace is indivisible. It is either for all or 881 3, 20 | forms of propaganda and indoctrination, the ideological opposition 882 2, 9 | means that the problems in industrial enterprises or in the workers' 883 6, 43 | the products of the young industries of the developing countries 884 7, 47 | despair or pessimism or inertia. Though it be with sorrow, 885 2, 9 | even less through a sort of inevitability dependent on natural conditions 886 3, 20 | means of production. ~It was inevitable that by developing antagonistic 887 3, 21 | ideological conflicts, which inevitably create internal divisions, 888 4, 34 | Using them as if they were inexhaustible, with absolute dominion, 889 4, 30 | endangered by reason of infidelity to the Creator's will, and 890 4, 31 | our greater good,56 which infinitely surpasses what progress 891 5, 36 | introduce into the world influences and obstacles which go far 892 5, 39 | persons. Those who are more influential, because they have a greater 893 6, 44 | culture and a free flow of information. Whatever promotes literacy 894 4, 28 | possible number of the world's inhabitants with an availability of 895 7, 47 | people, who share with us the inheritance of Abraham, "our father 896 3, 24 | a home in a divided and inhospitable world. ~Nor may we close 897 3, 24 | the motivation for this inhuman behavior, acts of terrorism 898 3, 20 | disappearing, and even though an initial agreement has been reached 899 3, 24 | and to the abduction of innocent people who have nothing 900 3, 13 | squarely the reality of an innumerable multitude of people - children, 901 4, 30 | woman (cf. Gen 1:26-28) and inscribed in the image which they 902 2, 8(18)| Cf. the Inscriptio of the Encyclical Populorum 903 3, 24 | a climate of terror and insecurity, often including the taking 904 2, 9 | also consists in the basic insight that the very concept of 905 2, 7 | theme of the Encyclical, the insistence on the "most serious duty" 906 5, 40 | race, which must ultimately inspire our solidarity. This supreme 907 6, 42 | and the decisions which it inspires in us, cannot but embrace 908 3, 16 | them are undoubtedly grave instances of omissions on the part 909 5, 35 | political will has been insufficient.~In a document of a pastoral 910 3, 24 | meet with the obstacle of insuperable ideological barriers, and 911 7, 49 | and with maternal care intercedes for us before her Son, our 912 7, 49 | entrust to her and to her intercession this difficult moment of 913 3, 19(39)| into account free gifts, interest-free or low-interest loans, and 914 5, 35 | as responsible persons, interfere in such a way as to slow 915 5, 36 | individual. This also involves interference in the process of the development 916 4, 29 | namely, according to his interior dimension. There is no doubt 917 5, 39 | for the good of all. The intermediate groups, in their turn, should 918 3, 26 | objectivity what is happening internationally in this sensitive field.~ 919 3, 20 | collectivism which sprang from an interpretation of the condition of the 920 5, 40 | world a new criterion for interpreting it. Beyond human and natural 921 4, 31(58)| Regulae Fusius Tractatae, Interrogatio XXXVII, nn. 1-2: PG 31, 922 3, 14 | frontiers of wealth and poverty intersect within the societies themselves, 923 6, 42 | which means that it has an intrinsically social function, based upon 924 3, 19 | the hope of being able to invest it in development projects. 925 1, 4 | emphasize, through a theological investigation of the present world, the 926 7, 47 | We can find here a new invitation to bear witness together 927 4, 32 | theirs, and we welcome the invitations presented to us. In this 928 3, 24(44)| Address at Drogheda, Ireland (September 29, 1979), n. 929 5, 35 | development - or very little, irregular, or even contradictory development - 930 3, 23 | forms of growing and selfish isolation, and the East in its turn 931 5, 39 | predecessor Pius XII was Opus iustitiae pax, peace as the fruit 932 1, 1(2) | AAS 23 (1931), pp. 177-J28; John XXIII, Mater et Magistra ( 933 2, 10 | motivation. As the Letter of St. James pointedly reminds us: "What 934 5, 39 | inspiration (cf. Is 32:17; Jas 3:18): Opus solidaritatis 935 5, 40 | specifically Christian communion, jealously preserved, extended and 936 4, 31 | attempting to trap us and which jeopardizes our human achievements, 937 7, 47 | address this appeal to the Jewish people, who share with us 938 2, 6 | wished to suggest horizons of joy and hope. The Encyclical 939 2, 10 | desire and do not have" (Js 4:1-2).~On the contrary, 940 5, 36 | slowness of which must be judged also in this light.~ 941 5, 36 | in one way or another, judgments or references of an ethical 942 3, 18(36)| countries with a market economy jumped from 3% of the work force 943 1, 1(2) | delivered a radio message (June 1, 1941) for the fiftieth 944 3, 24 | acts of terrorism are never justifiable. Even less so when, as happens 945 7, 47 | Wis 1:7).~There is no justification then for despair or pessimism 946 2, 10 | itself alludes28: how can one justify the fact that huge sums 947 6, 42 | they are obliged always to keep in mind the true human dimension 948 3, 20 | conflicts, and sometimes it has kept people's minds in suspense 949 3, 24 | understood as the intention to kill people and destroy property 950 3, 24 | committed merely for the sake of killing. In the face of such horror 951 5, 36 | difficulties of various kinds, it is not out of place 952 4, 30 | wicked slothful servant! You knew that I reap where I have 953 5, 40 | and St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe who offered his life in 954 2, 10 | as well as its historic label: "Development is the new 955 3, 17 | millions of human beings lacking adequate housing or with 956 7, 49(91)| Homily at the Shrine of Our Lady of Zapopan, Mexico (January 957 7, 47 | role that belongs to the laity, both men and women, as 958 | Later 959 7, 46 | the world, especially in Latin America. This approach makes 960 3, 25 | governments in many countries launching systematic campaigns against 961 7, 48 | Christ, who in this sacrament lays down his life for his friends ( 962 5, 36(65)| who fail to do so out of laziness, fear or the conspiracy 963 3, 15 | to usurp the role of sole leader, since this brings about 964 4, 28 | dissatisfaction, because one quickly learns - unless one is shielded 965 2, 8 | development, and likewise the legitimacy and necessity of the Church' 966 3, 25 | what I myself stated at length in the Apostolic Exhortation 967 3, 24 | certain cases the capital lent by the developed world has 968 3, 17 | encounters, though on a lesser scale, the more specific 969 3, 15 | much a true equality as a "leveling down." In the place of creative 970 4, 31(59)| De Officiis Ministrorum, lib. II, XXVIII, 136-140: PL 971 7, 47 | to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed, 972 4, 33 | while "the dogs come and lick his sores" (cf. Lk 16:21). 973 5, 36(65)| real responsibility, then, lies with individuals. A situation - 974 5, 40 | and of the presence and life-giving action of the Holy Spirit 975 6, 42(79)| 1979), pp. 189-196; Ad Limina Address to a group of Polish 976 5, 36(65)| avoid, eliminate or at least limit certain social evils but 977 4, 27 | automatic and in itself limitless, as though, given certain 978 3, 19(39)| and the time needed for liquidating the debts."~ 979 6, 44 | information. Whatever promotes literacy and the basic education 980 3, 17 | individuals and families literally struggling to survive, without 981 5, 38(67)| Cf. Liturgia Horarum, Feria III hebdomadae 982 3, 19(39)| interest-free or low-interest loans, and the time needed for 983 3, 20 | feel the effects of this "logic of blocs" and of the respective " 984 5, 38 | 38. This path is long and complex, and what is 985 7, 49 | the Catholic faithful may look more and more to Mary, who 986 3, 14 | of the human race lives.~Looking at all the various sectors - 987 4, 27 | of whole peoples, and the looming atomic peril. A naive mechanistic 988 7, 47 | frontiers, without winners or losers. In the face of such a threat, 989 5, 39 | help satisfy them, without losing sight of the good of groups 990 3, 18 | from humiliation to the loss of that self respect which 991 4, 30 | noble task of improving the lot of man in his totality, 992 5, 40 | neighbor must therefore be loved, even if an enemy, with 993 5, 40 | love with which the Lord loves him or her; and for that 994 3, 26 | Heavenly Father's providence lovingly watches over even our daily 995 6, 43 | division of labor, whereby the low-cost products of certain countries 996 3, 19(39)| gifts, interest-free or low-interest loans, and the time needed 997 3, 22 | for all, become parts of a machine, cogs on a gigantic wheel. 998 3, 19 | for improving or at least maintaining their standard of living. 999 1, 4 | ago.~As we well know, time maintains a constant and unchanging 1000 3, 22 | or respect their cultural make-up. They frequently impose


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