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Ch 17 Social Justice

Showing Concern for Future Generations

Catechism published in 1992 at the request of Pope John Paul II Catechism of the Catholic Church
the secret meeting in which the cardinals elect a new pope (p. 184) conclave
("The Gospel of Life") 1995 encyclical in which Pope John Paul II writes of the sacredness of all human life from conception to natural death (p. 186) Evangelium Vitae
("Faith and Reason") 1998 encyclical of Pope John Paul II in which he discusses the relationship between faith and reason, a topic that has concerned philosophers since the Enlightenment (p. 186) Fides es Ratio
("In Our Time") also known as the Declaration on the Relation of the Church to Non-Christian Religions, in which the Church condemns all forms of hatred, persecution, and other displays of anti-Semitism directed against Jews; (p. 185) Nostra Aetate
pope for only 33 days, from August 26 to September 28, 1978; one of the shortest reigns in Church history. His reign followed that of Pope Paul VI and preceded that of Pope John Paul II. (p. 188) Pope John Paul I
Among Pope John Paul II's many important encyclicals are Evangelium Vitae ("The Gospel of Life," 1995); Veritatis Splendor ("The Splendor of Truth," 1993); and Fides et Ratio ("Faith and Reason," 1998). (p. 186) Pope John Paul II
pope from 1963 to 1978; he presided over the Second Vatican Council after the death of Pope John XXIII; (p. 184) Pope Paul VI
the viewpoint that concepts such as right and wrong, good and evil, or truth and falsehood are not absolute but change from culture to culture and situation to situation (p. 186) relativism
Written in 1891 - great social justice encyclical Rerum Novarum
("The Splendor of Truth") 1993 encyclical of Pope John Paul II in which he describes humanity's dependence on God and divine law while explaining that real freedom depends on the truth (p. 186) Veritatis Splendor
gathering held every two or three years at which Catholic young people from all around the world come together to celebrate the faith. Pope John Paul II called the first World Youth Day, in Rome, in 1984; (p. 185, 187) World Youth Day
term used by Pope John Paul II when describing members of the Jewish faith elder brothers in faith
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