Citations with the tag: ENCYCLICALS, Papal
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- Southpaw Pope.
Cunningham, Martha // National Review; 4/29/1988, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p4
Presents a letter to the editor commenting on an article published in the periodical "National Review" concerning Pope John Paul II's encyclical.
- EUCHARISTIC SACRIFICE.
Hunsinger, George // Commonweal; 5/22/2009, Vol. 136 Issue 10, p4
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Liturgy & Reunion," by John F. Baldovin in the March 27, 2009 issue.
- Silencing: old tactic that doesn't work.
Hunsinger, George // National Catholic Reporter; 5/18/2001, Vol. 37 Issue 29, p28
Reports on the issue of silencing among nuns and priests in the Vatican City. Impact of silencing on the Catholic church; Accounts on the freedom of expression in the papal encyclicals; Decline of ministry to homosexuals.
- Science and the Catholic Church.
Hunsinger, George // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists; Jun1952, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p142
Excerpts from Pope Pius XII's encyclical letter dated August 12, 1950, and speech on November 8, 1951 regarding the theory of evolution and cosmogony are presented.
- Kidnapping the Pope?
Harnett, Richard M. // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life; Nov1991, Issue 17, p4
Presents a letter to the editor in response to the article "That Encyclical," published in the August/September 1991 issue.
- Kidnapping the Pope?
Harnett, Richard M. // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life; Nov1991, Issue 17, p4
Presents a response to a letter to the editor about the article "That Encyclical," published in the August/September 1991 issue.
- Encyclical wins cautious praise.
SCHAEFFER, PAMELA // National Catholic Reporter; 10/30/98, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p3
Reports on the reactions to the encyclical issued by Pope John Paul II on the 20th anniversary of his papacy on October 16, 1998, titled `Fides et Ratio,' or Faith and Reason. Treatment of the pope of Father Hans Kung and Father Charles Curran; Evidence of the pope's openness to the study of...
- From the Editor's Desk.
Schultenover, David G. // Theological Studies; Mar2010, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p1
The article discusses various reports published within the issue including one by Drew Christiansen on the encyclical "Caritas in veritate" of Pope Benedict XVI, another by Amelia Uelmen on the papal document from the perspective of the Focolare Movement and one by Francis Sullivan on the...
- PACEM IN TERRIS, 1963.
Schultenover, David G. // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists; Jan1964, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p2
An excerpt from the Encyclical Letter of Pope John XXIII entitled "Pacem in Terris 1963," is presented.
- The Borromeo Encyclical.
Schultenover, David G. // America; 6/25/1910, Vol. 3 Issue 11, p273
The article reports on the agreement between Germany and the Vatican concerning the disturbances occasioned by the Saint Charles Borromeo Encyclical in 1910, according to the "Norddeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung." It notes that the Vatican authorities have agreed that the Encyclical will not be...
- Prophet and Loss.
Grimm, Angela // National Review; 6/10/1988, Vol. 40 Issue 11, p8
Presents a letter to the editor of "The New Republic" concerning an article about the Pope's encyclical.
- In Dialogue.
Dulles, Avery; Orsy, Ladislas // America; 11/25/2000, Vol. 183 Issue 17, p12
Debates about the role of papacy in ecumenical age. Views on papacy; Analysis of the encyclical on ecumenism by Pope John Paul II; Opinion on the issues of definitive teaching.
- Secular journal has unexpected take on encyclical.
Shaw, Russell // Our Sunday Visitor; 10/18/2009, Vol. 96 Issue 25, p8
An essay is presented which criticizes the reaction of David Nirenberg, professor of history at the University of Chicago, to Pope Benedict XVI encyclical's "Caritas in Veritate" ("Charity in Truth").
- The Red Peril.
Shaw, Russell // America; 7/26/1930, Vol. 43 Issue 16, p368
The article presents the author's views on the unemployment problem. He says unemployment is dangerous because there are those who will stir up discontent among the workers, attack religion and undermine the established government. To counteract the propaganda, the author proposes that...
BLAKELY, PAUL L. // America; 5/9/1931, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p111
The article focuses on the fortieth anniversary of the Leonine Encyclical on the Condition of Labor which will be celebrated in Rome, Italy on May 13, 1931. It notes that labor is generally considered a commodity. According to the author, the greatest monument for the anniversary of the...
- Veritatis Splendor and moral theology.
McCormick, Richard A. // America; 10/30/1993, Vol. 169 Issue 13, p8
Discusses the implications of Pope John Paul II's encyclical `Veritatis Splendor' on moral theology. John Paul II's sadness over the loss of the sense of sin; Rejection of the false dichotomies, autonomy and theonomy; Moral positions of proportionalists; Criteria and judgments of circumstances...
- Pope as prophet: The new social encyclical.
Faley, R.J. // America; 4/30/1988, Vol. 158 Issue 17, p447
Declares that if prophecy is the clear and fearless presentation of bibilical teaching in the face of whatever odds, then `Sollicitudo Rei Socialis' is indeed prophetic. Showing profound unhappiness with the economic systems of both West and East; Key features of the encyclical including the...
- HUMANAE VITAE AND ITS RECEPTION: ECCLESIOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS.
Komonchak, Joseph A. // Theological Studies; Jun78, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p221
Argues that the controversy over humanae vitae issued by Pope Paul VI cannot be settled on the grounds of formal authority. Infallibility of universal ordinary magisterium; Authority of humanae vitae; Developments in theology of magisterium.
- Encyclical on Priestly Celibacy.
Komonchak, Joseph A. // America; 7/8/1967, Vol. 117 Issue 2, p29
The author examines the impact of the encyclical of Pope Paul on June 24, 1967 titled Priestly Celibacy. The author states that the encyclical will not evoke universal acclaim. It is predicted that some people will react negatively to the Catholic Church's refusal to relax the law of priestly...
- The Encyclical on Marriage.
Komonchak, Joseph A. // America; 1/17/1931, Vol. 44 Issue 15, p350
The author focuses on the Encyclical on marriage published in January 1931. He claims that the Encyclical has been written with authority to teach non-Catholic Americans on the sacramentality and permanence of marriage. He claims that the Encyclical is revolutionary in propounding what marriage...
- What the Encyclical Contains.
Komonchak, Joseph A. // America; 6/25/1910, Vol. 3 Issue 11, p273
The article focuses on the Saint Charles Borromeo Encyclical which was issued by the Holy Father to commemorate the third centenary of the canonization of Saint Charles Borromeo, cardinal and archbishop of Milan, Italy in 1910. The document recommends the catechetical instruction of young...
- German Protestants and the Pope's Encyclical.
Komonchak, Joseph A. // America; 6/25/1910, Vol. 3 Issue 11, p287
The article reports on the Encyclical delivered by the Pope and the German Protestants reaction to the Encyclical. Though the Holy Father proved himself a true vessel of election when he spoke to the bishops of his province, the Protestants have expected him to bestow positive praise upon their...
- THE POPES' LETTERS REACH THE SCHOOLS.
BERNARD, RAY // America; 4/20/1946, Vol. 75 Issue 3, p49
The article focuses on the use of encyclicals in schools in the U.S. as of 1946. It says that more than 50 schools and colleges in the country utilize these encyclical pamphlets as part of their curricula. Among the encyclicals that are preferred by students include "Love Undying," "Heaven's...
- Papal encyclical says that voice of workers must be heard.
BERNARD, RAY // Catholic East Texas; 8/7/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 12, p5
The article deals with the focus of the third encyclical of Pope Benedict XVI titled "Caritas in Veritate (Charity in Truth," on his support for workers associations, which was released in early July 2009.
- Encyclical left church credibility stillborn.
Curran, Charles // National Catholic Reporter; 7/16/93, Vol. 29 Issue 34, p14
Focuses on the 25th anniversary of the papal encyclical 'Humanae Vitae.' Condemnation of artificial contraception; Role played by the encyclical in the Catholic Church; Occurrence of change and renewal in the liturgy, church life and the role of church in the world.
- We might all be better off if Paul VI had said nothing.
Blackburn, Thomas E. // National Catholic Reporter; 7/16/93, Vol. 29 Issue 34, p17
Focuses on the papal encyclical on birth control. Assumption of Catholics that the church was about to lift the ban on artificial contraception; Role of sex or conjugal love in marriage; Development of a highly articulated theology of marriage by priests, theologians and the Christian Family...
- Papal Encyclical.
Blackburn, Thomas E. // Our Sunday Visitor; 7/19/2009, Vol. 98 Issue 12, p10
The article focuses on the issues addressed in the encyclical of Pope Benedict XVI including the protection of workers' rights, the outsourcing of labor and the treatment of the environment by humanity.
- Pope's message to China.
Blackburn, Thomas E. // America; 1/8/1955, Vol. 92 Issue 15, p374
The article offers information on the message of Pope Pius XII to the people of China in his encyclical, "Ad Sinarum Gentem." It notes the goal of the Communist government of China to establish a Church having three autonomies, which are self-rule, self-support and self-propagation. The Holy...
- Signs of the Times.
Blackburn, Thomas E. // America; 10/31/1998, Vol. 179 Issue 13, p4
Presents news concerning the Catholic church from around the world. Aim of the encyclical entitled `Fides et Ratio (Faith and Reason)'; Titles of the two separate documents released by committees of the United States Catholic bishops on October 13, 1998 which called for advancing the role of...
MERGL, ALOYS; GABRIEL, IGNATIUS M.; WALSH, JAMES J.; GALLAGHER, C. J. // America; 8/17/1929, Vol. 41 Issue 19, p455
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "The Pope's Encyclical on Sacred Music," by Father LaFarge in the March 30,1929 issue from Aloys Mergi, "All Upon a Summer's Morning," by Mary H. Kennedy in the July 27 issue from Ignatius M....
- The Response to 'Human Life'.
MERGL, ALOYS; GABRIEL, IGNATIUS M.; WALSH, JAMES J.; GALLAGHER, C. J. // America; 9/7/1968, Vol. 119 Issue 6, p162
The article provides the insights of theologians regarding the encyclical "Human Life," by Pope Paul. It notes that the subject matter of the encyclical has led to a question on the relation of the individual Catholic conscience to the official papal pronouncements. It also discusses the...
- The Anglican Churches Today.
PARSONS, WILFRID // America; 9/6/1930, Vol. 43 Issue 22, p514
The author reflects on the character of compromise in the Encyclical Letter of the Seventh Lambeth Conference. He states that Modernists, Evangelicals and Anglo-Catholics each have the right to have its tenets respected by the others, but observes that Catholics are dissatisfied because of the...
- The Encyclical on Marriage.
PARSONS, WILFRID // America; 1/31/1931, Vol. 44 Issue 17, p398
The article comments on the Encyclical on Christian marriage. It notes that the encyclical was quick in obtaining widespread distribution and that it has a strong hold on principles, a broad vision of life and certainty in treatment. It adds that the teachings of the encyclical is sure to have...
Riordan, Leo; Connery, M. P.; Herbermann, E. P.; Daley, Mary // America; 5/23/1931, Vol. 45 Issue 7, p168
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to the articles in the previous issues including "The Birth of a College News Bureau" on the April 18, 1931 issue, "More Power to the Catholic Hour" on the April 25, 1931 issue and "A Sum of Social Doctrines," by F. P. Kenkel on the May 9,...
- SCHOOLS WITHOUT CHRIST.
Riordan, Leo; Connery, M. P.; Herbermann, E. P.; Daley, Mary // America; 11/25/1939, Vol. 62 Issue 7, p183
The author reflects on the November 1, 1939 Encyclical of Pope Pius XII which commemorates 150 years of the Catholic hierarchy in the U.S. and traces the evils in this world to the denial by people of the law of God, particularly in schools. The author cites historical facts that show American...
- The Papal Encyclicals.
CASSIDY, RICHARD J. // America; 4/3/1982, Vol. 146 Issue 13, p265
The article reviews the book "The Papal Encyclicals," by Sr. Claudia Carlen, I.H.M.
- Justice: Great topic for a later encyclical.
McBrien, Richard P. // National Catholic Reporter; 3/31/95, Vol. 31 Issue 22, p27
Discusses a proposal for an encyclical on justice. Virtue of justice; Rights and duties; Catholic Church's official pronouncements touching upon the question justice inside the church.
- Some early reactions to Veritatis Splendor.
McCormick, Richard A. // Theological Studies; Sep94, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p481
Reviews early journalistic, episcopal and scholarly reactions to the papal encyclical `Veritatis Splendor.' Critical issues concerning the encyclical; Positive value of the encyclical; Meaning of the object; Ecclesiology.
- John Paul II.
Neuhaus, Richard John // Christian History; 2000, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p34
Profiles Pope John Paul II. Religious education; Role he played in the end of the empire of Soviet communism; Influence in world affairs; Theme of his first sermon as pope; Opposition to liberation theology; Encyclical letters he has written. INSETS: Timeline;You Are There.
A. W. M.; R. S.; Terwilleger, George; Kiely, D. B.; Ross, H. M.; Stafford, Maurice J. // America; 2/13/1937, Vol. 56 Issue 19, p449
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including Father Raymond J. O'Flaherty's criticism of "Gone With the Wind," in the January 23, 1937 issue, a number of suggestions regarding the distribution of the labor Encyclicals, and the call to action...
- With Scrip and Staff.
A. W. M.; R. S.; Terwilleger, George; Kiely, D. B.; Ross, H. M.; Stafford, Maurice J. // America; 7/21/1928, Vol. 39 Issue 15, p355
The article offers news briefs related to Catholicism. An Official Catholic year book containing large number of statements from Papal encyclicals will be issued on October by P.J. Kenedy and Sons. Several Catholic activities are listed including International Bureau of Catholic Journalists on...
- Eros and Agape: Some Feminist Reflections.
Ross, Susan A. // America; 3/13/2006, Vol. 194 Issue 9, p11
Presents a personal reflection on the encyclical of Pope Benedict XVI from a feminist perspective. Opinion on the English translation of the papal writing; Analysis of how Pope Benedict interpreted the early history of the church's practice of service; Emphasis made by Pope Benedict on God's...
- THE PAPAL ENCYCLICALS 1740-1981 (Book Review).
Tylenda, Joseph N. // Theological Studies; Sep82, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p528
Reviews the book 'The Papal Encyclicals 1740-1981,' edited by Claudia Carlen.
- Antidote to selfishness.
Campion, Owen F. // Our Sunday Visitor; 8/3/2008, Vol. 97 Issue 14, p18
The author stresses that the encyclical "Humanae Vitae" still provides blueprint for a sane way of life. According to the author, the reason why everyone was talking about the encyclical was that artificial contraception was already a way of life in Western civilization and it was a way of life...
- What hope in action 'looks like' to us.
Gibson, David // Catholic East Texas; 9/19/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 25, p9
The article discusses Pope Benedict XVI's second encyclical, Spe Salvi, which is devoted to the virtue of hope. The virtues of hope and faith are related in the encyclical that one can be understood without the other. It also insists that humans need God. He concludes that a world without God is...
- Contraception: A Symposium.
Brown, Harold O.J.; Budziszewski, J. // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life; Dec1998, Issue 88, p17
Presents the views of Protestant, Catholic and Jewish on the `Humanae Vitae,' an encyclical issued by Pope Paul VI in 1968 governing Church stand on contraception. Situation of traditional Roman Catholic conviction that sexual relations be reserved for marriage; Reverence for purposes to which...
- Lag in teaching the encyclicals.
Downing, William G. // America; 4/11/1953, Vol. 89 Issue 2, p41
The article provides information on the relevance of teaching the encyclicals in the Catholic colleges and universities in the U.S. The ability of the graduates to apply Catholic social teaching is believed to be of the biggest responsibility of the Catholic higher education to make them able to...
Higgins, George G.; J. B.; Foehrenbach, Arthur J.; McNally, Edward J. // America; 5/16/1953, Vol. 89 Issue 7, p204
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including the criticism of the report on the American South by D. J. in the March 28, 1953 issue, "Have We Enough Doctors," by Reverend Gordon George in the April 25, 1953 issue, and "Lag in Teaching the...
Higgins, G. V.; Sorokin, Pitirim A.; Wallace, Matthew B.; Krell, Lorraine; Pratt, Joan; Fitzgerald, Joseph A.; Dowling, Kay // America; 6/27/1953, Vol. 89 Issue 13, p348
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues which include �A Note on Anti-Communism� in the June 6, 1953 issue, the research about the comparison of the papal encyclicals great teachings and the Howard Research Center ideals in the June 6, 1953...
- Catholics and the Living Wage.
Higgins, G. V.; Sorokin, Pitirim A.; Wallace, Matthew B.; Krell, Lorraine; Pratt, Joan; Fitzgerald, Joseph A.; Dowling, Kay // America; 7/20/1929, Vol. 41 Issue 15, p342
The author reflects on the level of importance that is being placed by the Catholic Church to the right of a worker to a living wage. It stresses that every right of a worker must be protected and the principle of charity should be applied. It also reminds schools to use the constructive...