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PIUS XI, Pope, Encyclical Letter Ad Catholici Sacerdotii, 1935.
Pope Benedict XVI made a significant contribution to the dialogue between CST and managerial disciplines with his encyclical letter CV.
(36) Leo XIII, Encyclical Letter Au Milieu Des Sollicitudes paras.
The word "dialogue" appears in the encyclical letter many times, especially in Chapter V where Pope Francis proposes the approaches and actions needed to take for "outlining the major paths of dialogue which can help us escape the spiral of self-destruction which currently engulfs us" (Section 163).
(6.) Pope John Paul II, Encyclical Letter, Centesimus Annus [paragraph] 3 (May 1, 1991) [hereinafter Centesimus Annus], reprinted in CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT, supra note 5, at 439, 440, available at documents/hf_jp-ii_enc_01051991_centesimus-annus_en.html.
(84) This view was repeated by Pope Paul VI in his pronouncements (85) and by Pope John XXIII in the encyclical letter Mater et Magistra.
They paid particular attention to Pope John XXIII's encyclical letter, Pacem in Teris (1963), and to drafts of the Council's Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modem World (1965), two documents CPFers felt called Catholics to work for peace.
He gained much from his friend Hilaire Belloc, who had written of such a social doctrine at least a decade before him; but Belloc himself was, according to Pearce, "merely expounding, and expanding upon, the social doctrine laid down by Pope Leo XIII in his encyclical letter Rerum Novarum" (1891), which called for a policy that would "induce as many people as possible to become owners" (qtd., Pearce 324) and promote social equality by closing the gulf between the "haves" and "have-nots." This association with Catholic thought is crucial.
John Paul II, Encyclical Letter Redemptoris missio (1990), para.
Pius XIII, elected in March, did not take up the draft document, although some of its argument is to be found in his encyclical letter Summi pontificatus (1939), and both LaFarge and Gundlach used material from the draft in subsequent writings.
Pope Francis, in the Encyclical Letter on Care for Our Common Home: Praise Be to You, My Lord, Laudato Si', draws attention to the triple dimension of connectivity and relationships which are fundamental to human existence: the relationship to God, to our neighbour, and to the earth.
In his encyclical letter Ad Caeli Reginam (To the Queen of Heaven), Pope Pius XII, who instituted the feast on Oct.