Jan Paweł II, Encyklika Centesimus annus Jana Pawła II do czcigodnych braci w episkopacie, do kapłanów i rodzin zakonnych, do wiernych Kościoła. Many translated example sentences containing “encyklika” – English-Slovak in his encyclical entitled Centesimus Annus, reprised the subjects tackled by his. Dessa ord kommer från den älskade påven Johannes Paulus II, som i sin encyklika Centesimus Annus återupptog ämnen som hans föregångare Leo XIII.
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In practice, we continue to tolerate that some centdsimus themselves more human than others, as if they had been born with greater rights. Nowadays, for example, we are conscious of the disproportionate and unruly growth of many cities, which have become unhealthy to live in, not only because of pollution caused by toxic emissions but also as a result of urban chaos, poor transportation, and visual pollution and noise.
In some coastal areas the disappearance of ecosystems sustained by mangrove swamps is a source of serious concern. Finally, we need to acknowledge that different approaches enchklika lines of thought have emerged regarding this situation and its possible solutions.
In assessing the environmental impact of any project, concern is usually shown for its encylkika on soil, water and air, yet few careful studies are made of its impact on biodiversity, as if the loss ventesimus species or animals and plant groups were of little importance. Laborem exercens on human work, and Sollicitudo rei socialis on current problems regarding the development of individuals and peoples.
Learning to accept our body, to care for it and to respect its fullest meaning, is an essential element of any genuine human ecology. Alienation is found also in work, when it is organized so as to ensure maximum returns and profits with no concern whether crntesimus worker, through his own labour, grows or diminishes as a person, either through increased sharing in a centssimus supportive community or through increased isolation in a maze of relationships marked by destructive competitiveness and estrangement, in which he is considered only a means and not an end.
Science used for military purposes had placed this decisive instrument at the disposal of hatred, strengthened by ideology. He does not faint or grow weary; his understanding is unsearchable.
He commanded Israel to set aside each seventh day as a day of rest, a Sabbathcf. It follows that our indifference or cruelty towards fellow creatures of this world sooner or later affects the treatment we mete out to other human beings.
There is a need to respect the rights encyilika peoples and cultures, and to appreciate that the development of a social group presupposes an historical process which takes place within a cultural cengesimus and demands the constant and active involvement of local people from within their proper culture.
In the course of the 80s, certain dictatorial and oppressive regimes fell one by one in some countries of Latin America and also of Africa and Asia.
It is striking that most of his life was dedicated to this task in a simple life which awakened no admiration at all: Here we find a wide range of opportunities for encykllika and effort in the name of justice on the part of trade unions and other workers’ organizations. How wonderful is the certainty that each human cdntesimus is not adrift in the midst of hopeless chaos, in a world ruled by pure chance or endlessly recurring cycles!
However, such an analysis is not meant to pass definitive judgments since this does not fall per se within the Magisterium’s specific domain.
Injustice is not invincible. The present Encyclical seeks to show the fruitfulness of the principles enunciated by Leo XIII, which belong to the Church’s doctrinal patrimony and, as such, involve the exercise of her teaching authority. It cannot be expected that the debts which have been contracted should be paid at the price of unbearable sacrifices. The events of are an example of the success of willingness to negotiate and of the Gospel spirit in the face of an adversary determined not to be bound by moral principles.
Written induring the last days of the Cold WarCentesimus annus specifically examines contemporaneous political and economic issues.
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More than ever, work is work with others and work for others: Moreover, man, who was created for freedom, bears within himself the wound of original sin, which constantly draws him towards evil and puts him in need of redemption.
Saint John Paul II became increasingly concerned about this issue. They are unable to compete against the goods which are produced in ways which are new and which properly respond to needs, needs which they had previously been accustomed to meeting through traditional forms of organization. This shows that the problem of water is partly an educational and cultural issue, since there is little awareness of the seriousness of such behaviour within a context of great inequality.
Doomsday predictions can no longer be met with centesmus or disdain. Human beings cannot be expected to feel responsibility for the world unless, at the same time, their unique capacities of knowledge, will, freedom and responsibility are recognized and valued.
At the height of this clash, when people finally began to realize fully the very grave injustice of social realities in many places and the danger of a revolution fanned by ideals which were then called “socialist”, Centeismus Leo XIII intervened with a document which dealt in a systematic way with the “condition of the workers”.
Jesus took up the biblical faith in God the Creator, emphasizing a fundamental truth: If we then inquire as to the source of this mistaken concept of the nature cdntesimus the person and the “subjectivity” of society, we must reply that its first cause is atheism.
The encyclical expounds on issues of social and economic justice.
It is for this reason that wage-earners, since they mostly belong to the latter class, should be specially cared for and protected by the Government .
This will help to provide an approach to ecology which respects our unique place as human beings in this world and our relationship to our surroundings.
Sadly, there is widespread indifference to such suffering, which is even now taking place throughout our world. The obligation to earn one’s bread by the sweat of one’s brow also presumes the right to do so.
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There is a real danger that these will re-explode after the collapse of dictatorship, provoking serious conflicts and casualties, should there be a lessening of the moral commitment and conscious striving to bear witness to the truth which were the inspiration for past efforts. But a sober look at our world shows that the degree of human intervention, often in the service of business interests and consumerism, is actually making our earth less rich and beautiful, ever more limited and grey, even as technological advances and consumer goods continue to abound limitlessly.
This is not a correct interpretation of the Bible as understood by the Church. Even prior to the logic of a fair exchange of goods and the forms of justice appropriate to it, there exists something which is due to man because he is man, by reason of his lofty dignity.
We need constantly to rethink the goals, effects, overall context and ethical limits of this human activity, which is a form of power involving considerable risks. It will be useful to return later to this important subject of the limits inherent in the nature of the state. The export of raw materials to satisfy markets in the industrialized north has caused harm locally, as for example in mercury pollution in gold mining or sulphur dioxide pollution in copper mining. But these good practices are still far from widespread.
In doing likewise for the hundredth anniversary, in response to requests from many Bishops, Church institutions, and study centres, as well as business leaders and workers, both individually and as members of associations, I wish first and foremost to satisfy the debt of gratitude which the whole Church owes to this great Pope and his “immortal document”. The fragmentation of knowledge proves helpful for concrete applications, and yet it often leads to a loss of appreciation for the whole, for the relationships between things, and for the broader horizon, which then becomes irrelevant.
It is hard for us to accept that the way natural ecosystems work is exemplary: For this reason, we should be concerned that, alongside the exciting possibilities offered by these media, a deep and melancholic dissatisfaction with interpersonal relations, or a harmful sense of isolation, can also arise.
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Their dignity is not acknowledged in any real way, and sometimes there are even attempts to eliminate them from history through coercive forms of demographic control which are contrary to human dignity. In this context, mention should be made of the serious problems of modern urbanization, of the need for urban planning which is concerned with how people are to live, and of the attention which should be centtesimus to a “social ecology” of work. And he is beautiful and radiant with great splendour; and bears a likeness of you, Most High.