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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Sollicitudo rei socialis

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1501 5, 38 | this path, and, where some steps have been taken or a part 1502 3, 24 | represented by atomic weapons stockpiled on an incredible scale, 1503 2, 10 | assigned to the increase of stockpiles of weapons, both in developed 1504 5, 38 | can transform "hearts of stone" into "hearts of flesh" ( 1505 4, 27 | that development is not a straightforward process, as it were automatic 1506 3, 24 | are thus confronted with a strange phenomenon: while economic 1507 3, 18 | appropriate: "It must be stressed that the constitutive element 1508 3, 12 | dramatic, limited itself to stressing the seriousness of the situation 1509 7, 47 | every moment of history are strictly and responsibly in debt. 1510 7, 47 | moment, the Church must strongly affirm the possibility of 1511 3, 18 | hand, "we cannot fail to be struck by a disconcerting fact 1512 3, 17 | individuals and families literally struggling to survive, without a roof 1513 4, 33 | Such development easily subjects the human person and his 1514 7, 47 | multitudes of human beings submerged in conditions of underdevelopment, 1515 4, 29 | industry, but rather in subordinating the possession, dominion 1516 4, 28 | hierarchy arise from the subordination of goods and their availability 1517 7, 48 | mysteriously, but really and substantially, through the power of the 1518 7, 47 | she hopes for its ultimate success.~Consequently, following 1519 1, 1 | XIII and enriched by the successive contributions of the Magisterium, 1520 2, 9 | Encyclical translates more succinctly the moral obligation as 1521 3, 25 | poorest populations which suffer such mistreatment, and this 1522 2, 10 | goods, while ignoring the sufferings of the many and making the 1523 3, 16 | them at in the end they suffocate or condition the economies 1524 2, 6 | suffering, the Council wished to suggest horizons of joy and hope. 1525 1, 3 | and opportune adaptations suggested by the changes in historical 1526 5, 36 | to structures of sin. The sum total of the negative factors 1527 6, 42(78)| 594; St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theol. IIa IIae, q. 66, 1528 2, 10 | can be considered as its summary, as well as its historic 1529 3, 17 | should be seen as a sign and summing-up of a whole series of shortcomings: 1530 2, 10 | justify the fact that huge sums of money, which could and 1531 2, 8 | the workers."19 Considered superficially, both themes could seem 1532 4, 28 | object already owned but now superseded by something better is discarded, 1533 4, 28 | dimension, since it must supply the greatest possible number 1534 3, 12 | situation, in the hope of supporting these efforts with her religious 1535 5, 36(65)| those who take refuge in the supposed impossibility of changing 1536 3, 15 | economic initiative is often suppressed. Yet it is a right which 1537 5, 40 | inspire our solidarity. This supreme model of unity, which is 1538 6, 44 | necessary condition and sure guarantee of the development 1539 5, 39 | equally for the good of all.~Surmounting every type of imperialism 1540 3, 20 | has kept people's minds in suspense and anguish by the threat 1541 3, 20 | blocs of armed forces, each suspicious and fearful of the other' 1542 5, 36 | which is divided into blocs, sustained by rigid ideologies, and 1543 3, 19(39)| by debts whose repayment swallows up the greater part of their 1544 5, 36 | forms of imperialism hold sway, can only be a world subject 1545 4, 34 | Creator himself and expressed symbolically by the prohibition not to " 1546 4, 29 | and a spiritual nature, symbolized in the second creation account 1547 3, 16 | least to remedy some of its symptoms, the conditions have become 1548 7, 47 | by Jesus himself in the synagogue at Nazareth, to "preach 1549 7, 47 | the recent Assembly of the Synod. It is their task to animate 1550 1, 2 | a circular letter to the Synods of the Oriental Catholic 1551 2, 7 | new exposition and rich synthesis which the Council produced, 1552 3, 25 | many countries launching systematic campaigns against birth, 1553 5, 36 | reference to the "second tablet" of the Ten Commandments ( 1554 4, 31(56)| est! O felix culpa, quae talem ac tantum meruit habere 1555 4, 30 | winnowed? ...So take the talent from him, and give it to 1556 4, 31(56)| felix culpa, quae talem ac tantum meruit habere Redemptorem!"~ 1557 3, 24 | ideological barriers, and with tariff and trade barriers, arms 1558 4, 30 | its "master," for he has tarnished the divine image in himself. 1559 4, 33 | Furthermore the Christian who is taught to see that man is the image 1560 5, 39 | togetherness, and which teach us to live in unity, so 1561 3, 22 | including recent history, teaches. ~It is this abnormal situation, 1562 3, 18 | to proliferate, is a very telling negative sign of the state 1563 3, 17 | constant progress. This tells us a great deal about the 1564 7, 48 | today.~However imperfect and temporary are all the things that 1565 5, 38(67)| Feria III hebdomadae IIIae Temporis per annum, Preces ad Vesperas.~ 1566 3, 26 | for life - despite all the temptations to destroy it by abortion 1567 4, 28 | publicity and the ceaseless and tempting offers of products - that 1568 7, 49 | 30 of the year 1987, the tenth of my Pontificate. ~JOHN 1569 3, 14 | South. This geographical terminology is only indicative, since 1570 6, 42(74)| Encyclical Letter Pacem in Terris (April 11, 1963), Part IV: 1571 5, 39 | of decision, and even the territorial integrity of the weaker 1572 3, 24 | and to create a climate of terror and insecurity, often including 1573 7, 47 | the tradition of the Old Testament, as well as to the Muslims 1574 3, 26 | which we have mentioned testify to a new moral concern, 1575 2, 6 | continual reference to the texts of the Council,8 but it 1576 4, 32 | ready to collaborate in theirs, and we welcome the invitations 1577 4, 31(58)| nn. 1-2: PG 31, 1009-1012 Theodoret of Cyr, De Providentia, 1578 6, 42(78)| St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theol. IIa IIae, q. 66, art. 2.~ 1579 | thereby 1580 6, 43 | the grave damage deriving therefrom. There are quite frequent 1581 4, 31(60)| persons who possess any thing toward persons in need." 1582 4, 31 | ministry, and to urge all to think about the nature and characteristics 1583 6, 42(78)| AAS 79 (1987), p. 594; St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theol. IIa 1584 4, 28 | better is discarded, with no thought of its possible lasting 1585 3, 26 | fact prompts me to turn my thoughts to the true nature of the 1586 2, 5 | therefore; constitute the main thread of the present reflections.~ 1587 7, 47 | because the present dangers threaten everyone: a world economic 1588 4, 34 | respect, by virtue of a threefold consideration which it is 1589 7, 49 | down the mighty from their thrones and exalted those of low 1590 1, 1 | Popes have not failed to throw fresh light by means of 1591 4, 28 | which involves so much "throwing-away" and "waste." An object 1592 3, 23 | full development.~It is timely to mention - and it is no 1593 5, 40 | Church calls us and which she tirelessly promotes. Only in this way 1594 5, 39 | the virtues which favor togetherness, and which teach us to live 1595 3, 15 | happens in every form of totalitarianism. In this situation the individual 1596 1, 4 | which to some extent touches everyone. It offers an opportunity 1597 1, 4 | the '80s, in an effort to trace the major lines of the present 1598 4, 31(58)| the Great, Regulae Fusius Tractatae, Interrogatio XXXVII, nn. 1599 3, 15 | which is similar to the traditional dependence of the worker-proletarian 1600 6, 44 | setting and their cultural traditions. ~Some nations will have 1601 3, 13 | noticeably worsened. Before these tragedies of total indigence and need, 1602 3, 24 | family and homeland. The tragedy of these multitudes is reflected 1603 3, 21 | correction. This opposition is transferred to the developing countries 1604 7, 48 | stain of sin, illumined and transfigured, when Christ presents to 1605 5, 38 | power of his Spirit can transform "hearts of stone" into " 1606 6, 43 | Lord's poor"80 - must be translated at all levels into concrete 1607 2, 9 | Pope Paul's Encyclical translates more succinctly the moral 1608 4, 31 | is always attempting to trap us and which jeopardizes 1609 5, 39 | the common good with their treasures of humanity and culture, 1610 2, 10 | violence to those who first treat us with violence? And if 1611 4, 30 | talents, emphasizes the severe treatment given to the man who dared 1612 4, 34 | eat of the fruit of the tree" (cf. Gen 2:16-17) shows 1613 4, 31 | the forgiveness of our trespasses" (Eph 1:7). In him God wished 1614 3, 17 | perverse, this interdependence triggers negative effects even in 1615 7, 49 | Before the Most Blessed Trinity, I entrust to Mary all that 1616 5, 36 | enter in the will of the Triune God, his plan for humanity, 1617 1, 2 | them. At the time of the twentieth anniversary, the same Commission 1618 1, 3 | teaching of the Church.~This twofold dimension is typical of 1619 3, 24 | festering of a wound which typifies and reveals the imbalances 1620 3, 22 | result of a war and of an unacceptably exaggerated concern for 1621 1, 3 | historical conditions and by the unceasing flow of the events which 1622 3, 21 | in spite of difficulties, uncertainties and at times contradictions 1623 1, 4 | maintains a constant and unchanging rhythm. Today however we 1624 4, 27 | progress rapidly towards an undefined perfection of some kind.49~ 1625 3, 24 | world has been used in the underdeveloped world to buy weapons.~If 1626 3, 18 | phenomenon of unemployment and underemployment. ~Everyone recognizes the 1627 3, 17 | part of the world or it undergoes a process of regression 1628 1, 4 | fundamental constants, has undergone notable changes and presents 1629 3, 24 | phenomenon of terrorism, understood as the intention to kill 1630 7, 47 | national and international undertakings - the measures inspired 1631 1, 1 | 15), reads events as they unfold in the course of history. 1632 3, 23 | betrayal that is a harbinger of unforeseeable consequences - but also 1633 3, 26 | politicians, economists, trade unionists, people of science and international 1634 3, 15 | to organize and to form unions, or to take initiatives 1635 6, 44 | nations need to reform certain unjust structures, and in particular 1636 5, 40 | life in place of a prisoner unknown to him in the concentration 1637 4, 31 | perspectives widen. The dream of "unlimited progress" reappears, radically 1638 5, 38 | of the mutability of very unpredictable and external circumstances. 1639 4, 28 | deeper aspirations remain unsatisfied and perhaps even stifled.~ 1640 4, 33 | well-being - will prove unsatisfying and in the end contemptible. 1641 | until 1642 1, 2 | teachings and, if need be, to update them. At the time of the 1643 1, 1 | Magisterium, has now become an updated doctrinal "corpus." It builds 1644 2, 10 | developing ones, thereby upsetting the real priorities? This 1645 3, 17 | the growing phenomenon of urbanization.35 Even the most highly 1646 4, 31 | pastoral ministry, and to urge all to think about the nature 1647 4, 31 | more on the seriousness and urgency of that teaching, and I 1648 6, 43 | forms of technology or sent useless ones.~In the opinion of 1649 6, 41 | reaching this goal, the Church uses her social doctrine. In 1650 | Using 1651 3, 22 | towards imperialism, as it is usually called, or towards forms 1652 3, 15 | party, has the right to usurp the role of sole leader, 1653 2, 10 | of peoples, are instead utilized for the enrichment of individuals 1654 5, 38 | then is not a feeling of vague compassion or shallow distress 1655 4, 34(63)| Cf. Homily at Val Visdende (July 12, 1987), 1656 2, 9 | has the same force and validity today as when it was written.~ 1657 1, 1 | expressed itself in the most varied ways. In recent years, one 1658 Bles | Blessing~Venerable Brothers and dear Sons and 1659 3, 15 | declarations to the contrary and verbal assurances. ~We should add 1660 1, 1(3) | on Divine Revelation, Dei Verbum, n. 4.~ 1661 3, 18 | the most adequate way to verify it in a spirit of justice 1662 5, 38(67)| Temporis per annum, Preces ad Vesperas.~ 1663 5, 36 | According to this latter viewpoint, there enter in the will 1664 3, 26 | respected, and in the more vigorous rejection of their violation. 1665 4, 34 | moral ones, which cannot be violated with impunity.~A true concept 1666 3, 26 | vigorous rejection of their violation. One sign of this is the 1667 5, 38 | affected by the injustices and violations of human rights committed 1668 5, 39 | through the practice of the virtues which favor togetherness, 1669 4, 34(63)| Cf. Homily at Val Visdende (July 12, 1987), n. 5: L' 1670 3, 20 | basis of two very different visions of man and of his freedom 1671 5, 38 | perhaps they will never visit, is a further sign of a 1672 4, 31(59)| 139-141; St. Possidius, Vita S. Augustini Episcopi, XXIV: 1673 1, 3 | and above all in its vital link with the Gospel of 1674 2, 8 | development" is taken from the vocabulary of the social and economic 1675 3, 26(48)| loc. cit., pp. 294f.: "To wage war on misery and to struggle 1676 7, 47 | power, one may also be found wanting with regard to the urgent 1677 4, 28 | one possesses the more one wants, while deeper aspirations 1678 4, 28 | much "throwing-away" and "waste." An object already owned 1679 3, 26 | Father's providence lovingly watches over even our daily cares ( 1680 4, 29 | duty of cultivating and watching over it, being superior 1681 3, 14 | availability of drinking water, working conditions (especially 1682 6, 43 | labor laws or which are too weak to apply them are sold in 1683 3, 17 | disastrous consequences for the weakest. Indeed, as a result of 1684 3, 20 | destruction of one type of nuclear weapon, the existence and opposition 1685 4, 32 | collaborate in theirs, and we welcome the invitations presented 1686 4, 33 | certain level of material well-being - will prove unsatisfying 1687 3, 22 | machine, cogs on a gigantic wheel. This is often true also 1688 | Whenever 1689 | whereby 1690 4, 30 | the gift received: "You wicked slothful servant! You knew 1691 3, 23 | willingness to contribute widely and generously to the common 1692 4, 32 | which we are completely willing to collaborate in this field. 1693 3, 23 | justified by the possibility and willingness to contribute widely and 1694 7, 48 | our hands - the bread and wine-serve for the coming of the definitive 1695 7, 47 | without frontiers, without winners or losers. In the face of 1696 4, 30 | gather where I have not winnowed? ...So take the talent from 1697 4, 30 | the first premises. Anyone wishing to renounce the difficult 1698 7, 47 | they show that they are witnesses and agents of peace and 1699 5, 40 | canonized saints offer a wonderful witness of such solidarity 1700 6, 43 | institutions and organizations have worked well for the benefit of 1701 3, 15 | traditional dependence of the worker-proletarian in capitalism. This provokes 1702 3, 13 | situation has noticeably worsened. Before these tragedies 1703 4, 31 | costly furnishings for divine worship; on the contrary it could 1704 3, 18 | level there is something wrong with the organization of 1705 4, 31(58)| Augustine, De Civitate Dei, XIX, n. 17: CCL 48 683-685.~ 1706 4, 31(59)| Vita S. Augustini Episcopi, XXIV: PL 32, 53f.~ 1707 4, 31(59)| Officiis Ministrorum, lib. II, XXVIII, 136-140: PL 16 139-141; 1708 4, 31(58)| Tractatae, Interrogatio XXXVII, nn. 1-2: PG 31, 1009-1012 1709 3, 26(47)| Instruments, United Nations, New York, 1983; John Paul II, Encyclical 1710 | yourself 1711 7, 49(91)| the Shrine of Our Lady of Zapopan, Mexico (January 30, 1979),


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