encyclical letter

NOUN
  1. a letter from the pope sent to all Roman Catholic bishops throughout the world
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  • Perhaps the most remarkable proposition in Pope Benedict XVI's encyclical letter Caritas in Veritate, therefore, is the controversial assertion that gratuity-or as the official English translation frequently reads, "gratuitousness" - is essential to economic life. Catholic Community Speaks | AmericanCatholic.org
  • When women understand that governments and religions are human inventions; that Bibles, prayerbooks, catechisms, and encyclical letters are all emanations from the brain of man, they will no longer be oppressed by the injunctions that come to them with the divine authority of "Thus saith the Lord. Eighty Years and More: Reminiscences 1815-1897
  • On the macro level, in the encyclical letter Quadrogesimo Anno in 1931, Pope Pius XI provides a starting point for an engaging conversation from the faith perspective about the current situation: Easy returns, which an open market offers to anyone, lead many to interest themselves in trade and exchange, their one aim being to make clear profits with the least labor. Rev. Seamus P. Finn, OMI: Restore Faith In The Markets
  • In his encyclical letter Quas primas, the Pope showed how laicism or secularism, organizing society without any reference to God, leads to the apostasy of the masses and the ruin of society, because it is a complete denial of Christ's Kingship. The Reign of Christ the King
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  • He was the Papal Nuncio to Germany, and he also wrote Mit Brenender Sorge, the encyclical letter released by Pius XI that soundly condemned The Nazi's. Texas Faith: Should government practice social justice? | RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com
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