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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Sollicitudo rei socialis

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1001 2, 8 | still less, outside the mandate received from the Lord.~ 1002 3, 16 | These mechanisms, which are maneuvered directly or indirectly by 1003 6, 43 | renouncing of all desire to manipulate these organizations, which 1004 3, 16 | which, although they are manipulated by people, often function 1005 3, 16 | interests of the people manipulating them at in the end they 1006 3, 20 | wars by proxy," through the manipulation of local conflicts, and 1007 5, 40 | Indias, and St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe who offered his life 1008 7, 49(91)| VI, Apostolic Exhortation Marialis Cultus (February 2, 1974), 1009 7, 49 | have called the current Marian Year in order that the Catholic 1010 3, 24 | which at times lead to real massacres, and to the abduction of 1011 2, 9 | of the development of the masses, and without due consideration 1012 4, 30 | longer recognizes him as its "master," for he has tarnished the 1013 3, 14 | differences which do not always match the degree of economic development, 1014 3, 14 | the developed North, is matched in the South by an unacceptable 1015 4, 28 | the first place a crass materialism, and at the same time a 1016 4, 31(59)| Chrysostom, In Evang. S. Matthaei, Hom. 50, 3-4: PG 58, 508- 1017 4, 28 | unless it contributes to the maturing and enrichment of that subject' 1018 5, 40 | Cartagena de Indias, and St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe who offered 1019 | me 1020 6, 43 | poor - who are, in the very meaningful term, "the Lord's poor"80 - 1021 4, 29 | not only economic must be measured and oriented according to 1022 4, 27 | looming atomic peril. A naive mechanistic optimism has been replaced 1023 6, 42 | homeless, those without medical care and, above all, those 1024 3, 14(31)| poverty in countries of medium and high income.~ 1025 7, 47 | world's great religions.~The meeting held last October 27 in 1026 4, 29 | material goods not only meets needs but also opens new 1027 3, 26 | associations, some worldwide in membership, almost all of them devoted 1028 5, 38 | a change of behavior or mentality or mode of existence is 1029 7, 47 | us, believe in a just and merciful God. And I extend it to 1030 2, 8 | of Paul VI possesses the merit of having emphasized the 1031 4, 31(56)| culpa, quae talem ac tantum meruit habere Redemptorem!"~ 1032 1, 1 | light by means of those messages upon new aspects of the 1033 3, 19 | period, even though it is not met with everywhere, is without 1034 4, 30 | music) and technical skills (metallurgy); while at the same time 1035 7, 46 | theological reflection and method, have been appropriately 1036 7, 49(91)| of Our Lady of Zapopan, Mexico (January 30, 1979), n. 4: 1037 7, 49 | because "he has put down the mighty from their thrones and exalted 1038 | million 1039 3, 20 | sometimes it has kept people's minds in suspense and anguish 1040 7, 48 | Spirit and the words of the minister, into the Body and Blood 1041 4, 31 | vocation - she herself, her ministers and each of her members - 1042 4, 31(59)| St. Ambrose De Officiis Ministrorum, lib. II, XXVIII, 136-140: 1043 4, 32 | becomes exaggerated and misdirected. ~Peoples or nations too 1044 4, 28 | us: side-by-side with the miseries of underdevelopment, themselves 1045 5, 38 | shallow distress at the misfortunes of so many people, both 1046 5, 35 | In order to overcome the misguided mechanisms mentioned earlier 1047 7, 46 | where truth and love are missing, the process of liberation 1048 5, 36 | shortsightedness," of "mistaken political calculations" 1049 3, 25 | populations which suffer such mistreatment, and this sometimes leads 1050 2, 9 | the first place a possible misunderstanding has to be eliminated. Recognition 1051 3, 22 | favor processes which might mitigate the existing opposition 1052 5, 38 | behavior or mentality or mode of existence is called " 1053 3, 26 | almost all of them devoted to monitoring with great care and commendable 1054 | Moreover 1055 4, 31 | on incorruptibility, this mortal body immortality (cf. 1 1056 4, 29 | just as he promises his mortality (cf. Gen 2:9; Wis 2:23). 1057 4, 31(56)| Adae peccatum, quod Christi morte deletum est! O felix culpa, 1058 6, 42 | fact, is under a "social mortgage,"79 which means that it 1059 6, 43 | international trade system, which is mortgaged to protectionism and increasing 1060 | mostly 1061 6, 43 | 43. The motivating concern for the poor - who 1062 5, 39 | individuals and nations.~The motto of the pontificate of my 1063 2, 9 | in the workers' and union movements of a particular country 1064 3, 12 | measures, bilateral and multilateral, were taken with the aim 1065 7, 46 | structures produced by sin as it multiplies and spreads.84 ~The freedom 1066 3, 13 | reality of an innumerable multitude of people - children, adults 1067 3, 24 | end in themselves, so that murder is committed merely for 1068 3, 24 | the ways of hatred, by the murdering of defenseless people, by 1069 4, 30 | farming, practice the arts (music) and technical skills (metallurgy); 1070 7, 47 | Testament, as well as to the Muslims who, like us, believe in 1071 5, 38 | achievements, and because of the mutability of very unpredictable and 1072 5, 35 | underdevelopment (and, mutatis mutandis, of so-called superdevelopment) 1073 5, 35 | of underdevelopment (and, mutatis mutandis, of so-called superdevelopment) 1074 7, 48 | and wine - are transformed mysteriously, but really and substantially, 1075 7, 48 | kingdom is already present in mystery."89 ~The Kingdom of God 1076 4, 27 | looming atomic peril. A naive mechanistic optimism has 1077 3, 17 | expressed in the conventional names First, Second, Third and 1078 3, 15 | part, the result of a too narrow idea of development, that 1079 4, 33(62)| what his race, religion or nationality, can live a fully human 1080 3, 21 | development the question naturally arises: in what way and 1081 7, 47 | himself in the synagogue at Nazareth, to "preach good news to 1082 6, 41 | humanity,"70 and this leads her necessarily to extend her religious 1083 4, 31(56)| 1975, p. 272: "O certe necessarium Adae peccatum, quod Christi 1084 2, 8 | likewise the legitimacy and necessity of the Church's intervention 1085 6, 45 | themselves and with the neediest countries of the world.~ 1086 6, 45 | beginning with the most neglected. But the developing nations 1087 3, 21 | falling victim to a form of neocolonialism and are trying to escape 1088 7, 47 | Nazareth, to "preach good news to the poor...to proclaim 1089 2, 6(8) | Vatican Ecumenical Council nineteen times, and sixteen of the 1090 | nobody 1091 3, 21 | International Movement of Non-Aligned Nations, which, in its positive 1092 7, 47(88)| Relationship of the Church to Non-Christian Religions, Nostra Aetate, 1093 | nonetheless 1094 7, 47(88)| Non-Christian Religions, Nostra Aetate, n. 4.~ 1095 4, 29 | which he breathes into man's nostrils (cf. Gen 2:7).~Thus man 1096 3, 13 | world, their situation has noticeably worsened. Before these tragedies 1097 2, 6 | Council, which begins by noting the situation of poverty 1098 2, 7 | the reference to the notorious inequalities in the situations 1099 3, 11 | received great acclaim for its novel character. The social context 1100 1, 4 | need for a fuller and more nuanced concept of development, 1101 3, 20 | destruction of one type of nuclear weapon, the existence and 1102 6, 42 | necessary, but it does not nullify the value of this principle. 1103 7, 46(83)| of Liberation" Libertatis Nuntius (August 6, 1984), Introduction: 1104 4, 30 | within the framework of obedience to the divine law and therefore 1105 4, 28 | throwing-away" and "waste." An object already owned but now superseded 1106 1, 3 | principally to achieve two objectives of no little importance: 1107 3, 26 | great care and commendable objectivity what is happening internationally 1108 4, 31 | the contrary it could be obligatory to sell these goods in order 1109 6, 44 | rights and duties which oblige it to respond to them. The 1110 4, 31 | as we struggle amidst the obscurities and deficiencies of underdevelopment 1111 7, 48 | anticipating it, though in the obscurity of the present time.~All 1112 3, 14 | 14. The first negative observation to make is the persistence 1113 3, 19 | Iustitia et Pax states,40 these observations should make us reflect on 1114 3, 19 | reason, they are unable to obtain new and equally essential 1115 3, 26 | which we aspire cannot be obtained without an effort and commitment 1116 3, 15 | difficulty or impossibility of obtaining higher education, the inability 1117 3, 17 | development. Thus it should be obvious that development either 1118 3, 20 | development, a delay which has occurred contrary to the indications 1119 7, 47 | religions.~The meeting held last October 27 in Assisi the city of 1120 3, 15 | especially the exceptionally odious form based on difference 1121 5, 36 | Not to observe these is to offend God and hurt one's neighbor, 1122 2, 8 | realities connected with them, offering "principles for reflection," " 1123 3, 26 | science and international officials - many of them inspired 1124 4, 31(59)| 508-510, St. Ambrose De Officiis Ministrorum, lib. II, XXVIII, 1125 4, 32 | individual cultural identity and openness to the transcendent. Not 1126 4, 29 | only meets needs but also opens new horizons. The danger 1127 6, 45 | a way as to make it more operative, represents an alternative 1128 1, 3 | subject to the necessary and opportune adaptations suggested by 1129 3, 18 | shrinking, and thus the opportunities for employment are decreasing 1130 1, 4 | touches everyone. It offers an opportunity to study the teachings of 1131 4, 28 | easily turns against man to oppress him.~A disconcerting conclusion 1132 7, 47 | at liberty those who are oppressed, to proclaim the accept 1133 5, 38 | to "serve him" instead of oppressing him for one's own advantage ( 1134 3, 15 | and predisposes people to opt out of national life, impelling 1135 4, 31 | teaching of the Fathers an optimistic vision of history and work, 1136 4, 31(58)| of Cyr, De Providentia, Oratio VII: PG 83, 665-686; St. 1137 3, 25 | growth is incompatible with orderly development.~On the other 1138 3, 15 | society, the freedom to organize and to form unions, or to 1139 1, 2 | anniversary, the same Commission organized a solemn commemoration in 1140 3, 20 | itself with a system of organizing society and exercising power 1141 1, 2 | letter to the Synods of the Oriental Catholic Churches and to 1142 4, 29 | economic must be measured and oriented according to the reality 1143 4, 31 | favor of superfluous church ornaments and costly furnishings for 1144 | otherwise 1145 1, 1 | doctrine, beginning with the outstanding contribution of Leo XIII 1146 6, 42 | for the poor, one must not overlook that special form of poverty 1147 3, 23 | each of the two blocs to overtake the other and thus guarantee 1148 3, 26 | 26. This mainly negative overview of the actual situation 1149 3, 15 | body - if not also the "owner"- of the entire totality 1150 3, 14 | This is not the case. The pace of progress in the developed 1151 6, 42(74)| 440; Encyclical Letter Pacem in Terris (April 11, 1963), 1152 2, 6 | Before this vast panorama of pain and suffering, the Council 1153 3, 24 | close our eyes to another painful wound in today's world: 1154 2, 6 | poor." Before this vast panorama of pain and suffering, the 1155 5, 39 | to be made a sharer, on a par with ourselves, in the banquet 1156 4, 30 | Lord Jesus himself, in the parable of the talents, emphasizes 1157 2, 10 | the document's concluding paragraph, which can be considered 1158 3, 14 | in rich countries, so, in parallel fashion, in the less developed 1159 7, 49 | or dangers of conflict, partial or total. In a filial spirit 1160 3, 17 | the nations of the world participate, or it will not be true 1161 6, 44 | government by democratic and participatory ones. This is a process 1162 3, 25 | freedom of choice of the parties involved, men and women 1163 4, 27 | world wars, the planned and partly achieved destruction of 1164 4, 31(56)| Cf. Praeconium Paschale, Missale Romanum, ed. typ. 1165 7, 48 | Council, in an enlightening passage of the Pastoral Constitution 1166 1, 4 | the impression that it is passing ever more quickly, especially 1167 2, 10 | among you? Is it not your passions that are at war in your 1168 5, 39 | should not adopt a purely passive attitude or one that is 1169 3, 15 | initiative there appears passivity, dependence and submission 1170 1, 3 | importance: on the one hand, to pay homage to this historic 1171 6, 43 | detriment of the balance of payments and the debt situation of 1172 4, 31(56)| O certe necessarium Adae peccatum, quod Christi morte deletum 1173 | per 1174 3, 18(36)| data (cf. pp. 8-9). The percentage of unemployed in the developed 1175 4, 27 | and the looming atomic peril. A naive mechanistic optimism 1176 3, 24 | war, natural calamities, persecution and discrimination of every 1177 5, 38 | contrary, it is a firm and persevering determination to commit 1178 3, 14 | observation to make is the persistence and often the widening of 1179 5, 38 | parts of the world feel personally affected by the injustices 1180 2, 9 | development, if considered in the perspective of universal interdependence, 1181 4, 31 | cf. Col 1:20).~Here the perspectives widen. The dream of "unlimited 1182 7, 47 | justification then for despair or pessimism or inertia. Though it be 1183 7, 49 | of God, despise not our petitions in our necessities, but 1184 6, 43 | a new and more difficult phase of its genuine development. 1185 4, 27 | notion of "progress" with philosophical connotations deriving from 1186 3, 14 | seriously compromised. Such phraseology, beyond its more or less 1187 5, 39 | with a work capacity and physical strength to be exploited 1188 7, 49 | In keeping with Christian piety through the ages, we present 1189 7, 49 | who goes before us on the pilgrimage of faith90 and with maternal 1190 4, 32 | is being done in various places.~Collaboration in the development 1191 3, 26 | transfer it to the moral plane. Today perhaps more than 1192 4, 27 | the two world wars, the planned and partly achieved destruction 1193 3, 23 | have the possibility of playing a leadership role are prevented 1194 4, 31 | the fullness of God was pleased to dwell, and through him 1195 4, 34 | dispose of things as one pleases. The limitation imposed 1196 2, 10 | the Letter of St. James pointedly reminds us: "What causes 1197 6, 42(79)| Limina Address to a group of Polish Bishops, (December 17, 1987), 1198 3, 15 | right, in its economic, political-social and in a certain way cultural 1199 3, 23 | historically, economically and politically have the possibility of 1200 3, 26 | commitment of statesmen, politicians, economists, trade unionists, 1201 4, 34 | ever more frequently, the pollution of the environment, with 1202 1, 1 | Magisterium of the Roman Pontiffs which, beginning with the 1203 1, 1 | that first document.2~The Popes have not failed to throw 1204 3, 25 | oppression. It is the poorest populations which suffer such mistreatment, 1205 4, 30 | immobile and static. The first portrayal of him, as given in the 1206 3, 12 | understanding of the problems posed by the new situation, in 1207 4, 28 | or replacement of things possessed compared to the value of " 1208 4, 28 | having" as such, but in possessing without regard for the quality 1209 4, 28(51)| The exclusive pursuit of possessions thus becomes an obstacle 1210 4, 31(59)| 140: PL 16 139-141; St. Possidius, Vita S. Augustini Episcopi, 1211 2, 8 | elements with a prevalently practical orientation, that is, directed 1212 4, 31(56)| Cf. Praeconium Paschale, Missale Romanum, 1213 7, 49 | She is also the one who praises God the Father, because " 1214 3, 16 | noted that in spite of the praiseworthy efforts made in the last 1215 7, 49 | development of peoples, as the prayer of the Mass for this intention 1216 7, 47 | synagogue at Nazareth, to "preach good news to the poor... 1217 6, 42 | should not forget to give precedence to the phenomenon of growing 1218 5, 38(67)| IIIae Temporis per annum, Preces ad Vesperas.~ 1219 3, 26 | exercise and promotion of their precious heritage.~At the same time, 1220 3, 15 | frustration or desperation and predisposes people to opt out of national 1221 5, 37 | united, with one or the other predominating.~Obviously, not only individuals 1222 7, 47 | appropriate to emphasize the preeminent role that belongs to the 1223 4, 30 | corresponds to the first premises. Anyone wishing to renounce 1224 5, 39 | of war and an excessive preoccupation with personal security, 1225 2, 10 | peace," war and military preparations are the major enemy of the 1226 4, 31 | arising along our way. It thus prepares us to share in the fullness 1227 7, 48 | and works, to God's love, preparing the coming of his Kingdom 1228 5, 40 | in the Son" - and of the presence and life-giving action of 1229 4, 33 | relations between States or, in present-day usage, between the different " 1230 3, 19(40)| Cf. "Presentation" of the document At the 1231 4, 32 | welcome the invitations presented to us. In this pursuit of 1232 3, 26 | particularly sensitive to the preservation, free exercise and promotion 1233 5, 39 | imperialism and determination to preserve their own hegemony, the 1234 5, 40 | Christian communion, jealously preserved, extended and enriched with 1235 1, 4 | last twenty years, while preserving certain fundamental constants, 1236 3, 25 | campaigns are the result of pressure and financing coming from 1237 3, 25 | subjected to intolerable pressures, including economic ones, 1238 6, 43 | collaboration of all. This presupposes the overcoming of political 1239 5, 38 | sin" are only conquered - presupposing the help of divine grace - 1240 3, 16 | political power. Nor can we pretend not to see the responsibility 1241 6, 42 | like the "rich man" who pretended not to know the beggar Lazarus 1242 4, 33 | either of them under whatever pretext. The moral character of 1243 3, 24 | world of economics, the prevailing picture is one destined 1244 2, 8 | these three elements with a prevalently practical orientation, that 1245 3, 23 | playing a leadership role are prevented by this fundamentally flawed 1246 7, 46 | overcome the many obstacles preventing them from enjoying a "more 1247 5, 37 | the expression: "at any price." In other words, we are 1248 6, 42 | option, or a special form of primacy in the exercise of Christian 1249 1, 3 | 3. In this way I wish principally to achieve two objectives 1250 6, 42 | true human dimension as a priority in their development plans, 1251 5, 40 | offered his life in place of a prisoner unknown to him in the concentration 1252 3, 15 | For are there not certain privations or deprivations which deserve 1253 3, 22 | inefficiency now seem to favor processes which might mitigate the 1254 5, 39 | industry produces through the processing of raw materials, with the 1255 6, 41 | should be made clear that proclamation is always more important 1256 5, 39 | That which human industry produces through the processing of 1257 5, 36(65)| and sacrifice required, producing specious reasons of a higher 1258 4, 30 | development is not only "lay" or "profane," but it is also seen to 1259 4, 33 | the right of freedom to profess and practice one's own religious 1260 7, 47 | us. The Church too feels profoundly involved in this enterprise, 1261 6, 41 | and political systems or programs, nor does she show preference 1262 4, 27(49)| history is not simply a fixed progression toward what is better, but 1263 4, 34 | expressed symbolically by the prohibition not to "eat of the fruit 1264 3, 19 | invest it in development projects. Thus the availability of 1265 3, 20 | of the condition of the proletarian classes made in the light 1266 3, 18 | in character and tends to proliferate, is a very telling negative 1267 4, 31 | Christ and destined for the promised Kingdom.58~Thus, part of 1268 4, 29 | Gen 2:16-17), just as he promises his mortality (cf. Gen 2: 1269 6, 45 | is already happening with promising results.~An essential condition 1270 3, 19 | peoples.~The reason which prompted the developing peoples to 1271 3, 26 | Declaration of Human Rights, promulgated some forty years ago by 1272 6, 41 | provided that human dignity is properly respected and promoted, 1273 6, 41 | an aspect of the Church's prophetic role. But it should be made 1274 3, 18 | disconcerting fact of immense proportions: the fact that...there are 1275 4, 30 | is always man who is the protagonist of development.54~Indeed, 1276 6, 43 | system, which is mortgaged to protectionism and increasing bilateralism; 1277 4, 33 | material well-being - will prove unsatisfying and in the 1278 3, 25 | graphic growth, neither is it proved that all demo graphic growth 1279 4, 31 | these goods in order to provide food, drink, clothing and 1280 4, 31(58)| 1012 Theodoret of Cyr, De Providentia, Oratio VII: PG 83, 665- 1281 3, 15 | worker-proletarian in capitalism. This provokes a sense of frustration or 1282 3, 21 | extent in some cases of provoking full civil war. This is 1283 2, 6 | than simple chronological proximity. The Encyclical Populorum 1284 3, 20 | sometimes of "wars by proxy," through the manipulation 1285 3, 15 | also favoring a form of "psychological" emigration. ~Such a situation 1286 4, 28 | shielded from the flood of publicity and the ceaseless and tempting 1287 2, 5 | that Pope Paul VI chose to publish a social Encyclical in that 1288 1, 2 | esteemed predecessor Paul VI published on March 26, 1967.~The enduring 1289 4, 28 | this blind submission to pure consumerism: in the first 1290 3, 24 | this is more serious - of pushing its way into the different 1291 3, 15 | the means of production, puts everyone in a position of 1292 6, 42(78)| Summa Theol. IIa IIae, q. 66, art. 2.~ 1293 1, 1(2) | Pius XI, Encyclical Quadragesimo Anno (May 15, 1931): AAS 1294 4, 31(56)| deletum est! O felix culpa, quae talem ac tantum meruit habere 1295 7, 47 | human person sufficient qualities and energies, a fundamental " 1296 7, 49 | most holy, our Mother and Queen, is the one who turns to 1297 2, 10 | of all" instead of by the quest for individual profit, peace 1298 3, 23 | turn seems to ignore for questionable reasons its duty to cooperate 1299 4, 31(56)| necessarium Adae peccatum, quod Christi morte deletum est! 1300 5, 38 | as the common good or, to quote the felicitous expression 1301 3, 25 | promotion of certain equally racist forms of eugenics. ~This 1302 1, 1(2) | Also Pius XII delivered a radio message (June 1, 1941) for 1303 3, 20 | Populorum Progressio, which had raised such great hopes, our attention 1304 3, 18 | individuals and for society, ranging from humiliation to the 1305 4, 27 | race were able to progress rapidly towards an undefined perfection 1306 3, 18 | countries, with their high rate of population growth and 1307 1, 1 | with the support also of rational reflection and of the human 1308 2, 10 | we are thus invited to re-examine the concept of development. 1309 4, 31 | Paul to the Colossians, we read that Christ is "the first-born 1310 3, 23 | clear ethical duty. This is readily apparent in the circumstances 1311 1, 1 | Jn 14:16, 26; 16:13-15), reads events as they unfold in 1312 1, 3 | in the See of Peter, to reaffirm the continuity of the social 1313 7, 47 | both men and women, as was reaffirmed in the recent Assembly of 1314 6, 44 | society. Each must likewise realize its true needs, as well 1315 4, 31 | of "unlimited progress" reappears, radically transformed by 1316 3, 18 | pray...is the continual reappraisal of man's work, both in the 1317 5, 39 | Hence the importance of reawakening the religious awareness 1318 4, 30 | submit to his rule, nature rebels against him and no longer 1319 5, 40 | circumstances. Among them I wish to recall St. Peter Claver and his 1320 3, 20 | this danger seems to have receded, yet without completely 1321 5, 39 | in unity, by giving and receiving, a new society and a better 1322 2, 9 | misunderstanding has to be eliminated. Recognition that the "social question" 1323 2, 10 | development. This originality is recognizable in a phrase of the document' 1324 4, 31 | dwell, and through him to reconcile to himself all things" ( 1325 5, 39 | social scene which, without recourse to violence, present their 1326 7, 47 | release to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind, to 1327 4, 31 | the dead, in whom "we have redemption through his blood...the 1328 7, 47 | Creator, placed under the redemptive influence of Christ, who " 1329 4, 31(56)| ac tantum meruit habere Redemptorem!"~ 1330 2, 5 | doctrine. The intention of rediscovering numerous aspects of this 1331 6, 42 | superfluous therefore to reexamine and further clarify in this 1332 3, 20 | development of peoples.~I am referring to the existence of two 1333 4, 34 | The third consideration refers directly to the consequences 1334 3, 24 | tragedy of these multitudes is reflected in the hopeless faces of 1335 5, 36(65)| indifference; of those who take refuge in the supposed impossibility 1336 3, 24 | modern world: the millions of refugees whom war, natural calamities, 1337 4, 30 | When man disobeys God and refuses to submit to his rule, nature 1338 2, 7 | tradition of the Church regarding the "universal purpose of 1339 2, 9 | a particular country or region are not to be considered 1340 3, 17 | it undergoes a process of regression even in zones marked by 1341 3, 15 | scourges are noted with regret in areas of the more developed 1342 4, 31(58)| example, St. Basil the Great, Regulae Fusius Tractatae, Interrogatio 1343 [Title] | Sollicitudo rei socialis~ 1344 3, 26 | and in the more vigorous rejection of their violation. One 1345 3, 14 | considered in itself and in relation to the corresponding data 1346 6, 41 | in search of the always relative happiness which is possible 1347 4, 28 | ones who possess much are relatively few and those who possess 1348 7, 47 | to the poor...to proclaim release to the captives and recovering 1349 5, 40 | positive energies be fully released for the benefit of development 1350 1, 2 | March 26, 1967.~The enduring relevance of this Encyclical is easily 1351 4, 31 | each of her members - to relieve the misery of the suffering, 1352 3, 16 | situation, or at least to remedy some of its symptoms, the 1353 2, 10 | Letter of St. James pointedly reminds us: "What causes wars, and 1354 5, 38 | neighbor, with even the remotest human communities, and with 1355 5, 36 | and make them difficult to remove.65 And thus they grow stronger, 1356 3, 25 | population, unable even to renew itself biologically. In 1357 4, 34 | elements of nature, the renewability of resources and the consequences 1358 4, 34 | are not, as it is said, renewable. Using them as if they were 1359 4, 30 | premises. Anyone wishing to renounce the difficult yet noble 1360 4, 30 | by sin, are nonetheless repeated, increased and extended 1361 7, 49 | before her "eyes of mercy," repeating once more with faith and 1362 4, 27 | mechanistic optimism has been replaced by a well founded anxiety 1363 1, 2 | taking into account the replies to the above-mentioned circular 1364 3, 24 | universally acknowledged danger represented by atomic weapons stockpiled 1365 6, 45 | make it more operative, represents an alternative to excessive 1366 5, 39 | discern the justice of their requests, and to help satisfy them, 1367 4, 30 | woman - the seed and the requirement of a special task to be 1368 5, 36 | Lord and giver of life, requires from people clear cut attitudes 1369 2, 5 | teaching, through a careful rereading of the Encyclical, will 1370 3, 22 | However, peoples do not always resign themselves to their fate. 1371 4, 30 | us commit ourselves more resolutely to the duty, which is urgent 1372 5, 38 | intrinsic frailty of human resolutions and achievements, and because 1373 3, 26 | personal sacrifice try to resolve the world's ills and who 1374 3, 20 | logic of blocs" and of the respective "spheres of influence." 1375 6, 44 | itself capable of initiatives responding to its own needs as a society. 1376 7, 47 | history are strictly and responsibly in debt. As many people 1377 3, 15 | together.~It must also be restated that no social group, for 1378 7, 47 | a greater responsibility rests on those who have more and 1379 1, 4 | the society of the '60s, retain all their force as an appeal 1380 3, 22 | an important cause of the retardation or stagnation of the South.~ 1381 3, 14 | countries. The word "gap" returns spontaneously to mind.~Perhaps 1382 3, 17 | are two in particular that reveal a tragic situation. The 1383 1, 1 | the fullness of the word revealed by Christ Jesus3 and with 1384 1, 1(3) | Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation, Dei Verbum, n. 4.~ 1385 4, 28 | being" because, through a reversal of the hierarchy of values, 1386 3, 25 | nature of this problem is reversed: here, the cause for concern 1387 6, 41 | does not have technical revolutions to offer for the problem 1388 1, 4 | constant and unchanging rhythm. Today however we have the 1389 4, 31(60)| If someone who has the riches of this world sees his brother 1390 3, 22 | who are impeded from their rightful access to the goods meant 1391 5, 36 | into blocs, sustained by rigid ideologies, and in which 1392 5, 38 | use the language of the Rihle (cf. Mk 13:3, 5, Is 30:15). 1393 4, 31 | his glory in Jesus Christ risen from the dead, in whom " 1394 3, 19(39)| countries will thus no longer risk being overwhelmed by debts 1395 7, 46 | well as the deviations and risks of deviation, which are 1396 6, 43 | overcoming of political rivalries and the renouncing of all 1397 7, 47 | our father in faith" (cf. Rm 4:11f.)88 and the tradition 1398 1, 1 | been the Magisterium of the Roman Pontiffs which, beginning 1399 7, 49 | and good wishes.~Given in Rome, at St. Peter's, on December 1400 6, 41 | she herself is allowed the room she needs to exercise her 1401 5, 36 | Reconciliatio et Paenitentia, are rooted in personal sin, and thus 1402 2, 10 | contrary, in a different world, ruled by concern for the common 1403 3, 22 | communications, which, being run by centers mostly in the 1404 6, 45 | readiness to accept the sacrifices necessary for the good of 1405 7, 47 | development in peace, in order to safeguard nature itself and the world 1406 5, 39 | areas of influence" or "safety belts."~The "structures 1407 5, 40 | of the Church's canonized saints offer a wonderful witness 1408 2, 10 | for justice can only be satisfied on that level. To ignore 1409 5, 39 | their requests, and to help satisfy them, without losing sight 1410 5, 39 | demonstrations on the social scene which, without recourse 1411 3, 15 | of race. If some of these scourges are noted with regret in 1412 2, 7 | expert in humanity," "to scrutinize the signs of the times and 1413 4, 33 | people's equal right "to be seated at the table of the common 1414 5, 36(65)| conspiracy of silence, through secret complicity or indifference; 1415 6, 42(73)| et Spes, Part II, Ch. V, Section 2: "Building Up the International 1416 3, 24 | its way into the different sections which make up the southern 1417 6, 45 | the monetary and financial sector.~Interdependence is already 1418 3, 14 | Looking at all the various sectors - the production and distribution 1419 4, 30 | being - man and woman - the seed and the requirement of a 1420 3, 24 | Christianity forbids is to seek solutions...by the ways 1421 5, 36 | are categories which are seldom applied to the situation 1422 6, 44 | themselves should favor the self-affirmation of each citizen, through 1423 6, 45 | solidarity is autonomy and free self-determination, also within associations 1424 5, 39 | in their turn, should not selfishly insist on their particular 1425 4, 31 | it could be obligatory to sell these goods in order to 1426 7, 49 | brothers and sisters, to whom I send a special blessing as a 1427 7, 48 | union; and thus united, he sends us into the whole world 1428 5, 38 | question of interdependence, sensed as a system determining 1429 6, 45 | services which each one separately is incapable of providing; 1430 4, 30 | received: "You wicked slothful servant! You knew that I reap where 1431 7, 46 | encourages us to become the servants of all. Thus the process 1432 3, 14 | years has differed, and this serves to widen the distances. 1433 4, 33(62)| fully human life, freed from servitude imposed on him by other 1434 5, 38 | feeling of vague compassion or shallow distress at the misfortunes 1435 7, 46 | liberation takes concrete shape in the exercise of solidarity, 1436 4, 30 | build "a city," engage in sheep farming, practice the arts ( 1437 4, 31 | food, drink, clothing and shelter for those who lack these 1438 4, 28 | quickly learns - unless one is shielded from the flood of publicity 1439 3, 23 | it would fall seriously short of its clear ethical duty. 1440 7, 49 | of poverty, unemployment, shortage of food, the arms race, 1441 3, 17 | summing-up of a whole series of shortcomings: economic, social, cultural 1442 5, 36 | of "selfishness" and of "shortsightedness," of "mistaken political 1443 7, 47 | own religious profession - showed how much peace and, as its 1444 7, 49(91)| John Paul II, Homily at the Shrine of Our Lady of Zapopan, 1445 3, 18 | sources of work seem to be shrinking, and thus the opportunities 1446 4, 28 | should serve to enlighten us: side-by-side with the miseries of underdevelopment, 1447 5, 36(65)| world, and also of those who sidestep the effort and sacrifice 1448 7, 46 | search for full development signals their desire to overcome 1449 3, 15 | in a certain way cultural significance, since in a national community 1450 3, 14 | exhaustively all countries, are significant: they are a sign of a widespread 1451 5, 36(65)| fear or the conspiracy of silence, through secret complicity 1452 5, 35 | hinder its full achievement.~Similarly, when the scientific and 1453 7, 47 | I wish to appeal with simplicity and humility to everyone, 1454 5, 35 | is therefore necessary to single out the moral causes which, 1455 4, 33(61)| the poor man Lazarus can sit down at the same table with 1456 5, 39 | integrity of the weaker nations situated within the so-called "areas 1457 2, 6(8) | Council nineteen times, and sixteen of the references are to 1458 4, 30 | arts (music) and technical skills (metallurgy); while at the 1459 4, 30 | gift received: "You wicked slothful servant! You knew that I 1460 3, 26 | contemporary world, the idea is slowly emerging that the good to 1461 5, 36 | of peoples, the delay or slowness of which must be judged 1462 [Title] | Sollicitudo rei socialis~ 1463 3, 18 | at the most critical and socially most important points."37~ 1464 4, 30 | seen to be, while having a socio-economic dimension of its own, the 1465 5, 36 | consists the difference between sociopolitical analysis and formal reference 1466 6, 43 | too weak to apply them are sold in other parts of the world 1467 1, 2 | same Commission organized a solemn commemoration in which I 1468 5, 38 | determination is based on the solid conviction that what is 1469 5, 39 | Is 32:17; Jas 3:18): Opus solidaritatis pax, peace as the fruit 1470 6, 41 | former, which gives it true solidity and the force of higher 1471 [Title] | Sollicitudo rei socialis~ 1472 | someone 1473 2, 5 | 5. As soon as it appeared, the document 1474 4, 33 | the dogs come and lick his sores" (cf. Lk 16:21). Both peoples 1475 7, 47 | inertia. Though it be with sorrow, it must be said that just 1476 3, 15 | subjectivity, that is to say the "sovereignty" which is its right, in 1477 4, 30 | make them fruitful, to "sow" and "reap." If we do not, 1478 4, 30 | I reap where I have not sowed and gather where I have 1479 5, 36 | the actions and brief life span of an individual. This also 1480 5, 36(65)| sacrifice required, producing specious reasons of a higher order. 1481 3, 17 | peoples present the sad spectacle of individuals and families 1482 1, 3 | her teaching in the social sphere. On the one hand it is constant, 1483 3, 20 | and of the respective "spheres of influence." The tension 1484 3, 14 | The word "gap" returns spontaneously to mind.~Perhaps this is 1485 3, 20 | Marxist collectivism which sprang from an interpretation of 1486 6, 41 | theology.~The teaching and spreading of her social doctrine are 1487 7, 46 | sin as it multiplies and spreads.84 ~The freedom with which 1488 3, 13 | it is sufficient to face squarely the reality of an innumerable 1489 3, 22 | cause of the retardation or stagnation of the South.~The developing 1490 7, 48 | cleansed this time from the stain of sin, illumined and transfigured, 1491 7, 47 | the most important one. At stake is the dignity of the human 1492 3, 19 | least maintaining their standard of living. It is also because, 1493 4, 31 | Encyclical Pope Paul VI stands in the line of this teaching, 1494 6, 44 | the modern world - where starvation claims so many victims, 1495 3, 23 | 23. The statement in the Encyclical Populorum 1496 3, 26 | the generous commitment of statesmen, politicians, economists, 1497 4, 30 | so to speak, immobile and static. The first portrayal of 1498 3, 14 | give the impression of a stationary phenomenon. This is not 1499 3, 13 | analysis of figures and statistics, it is sufficient to face 1500 3, 25 | say that such difficulties stem solely from demo graphic


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