|Fausto Appetente Die |
It was published on June 1921, dedicated to the figure of St. Dominic on the occasion of the seventh centenary of his death.
|Ad Beatissimi Apostolorum |
It was given at St. Peter's, Rome on November 1, 1914. The first encyclical written by Pope Benedict XV coincided with the beginning of First World War, which he labelled "the Suicide of Civilized Europe".
|Annus Iam Plenus |
It was published on December 1, 1920 and it was dedicated to the tragic situation of' children Central Europe. It was written on the same subject just over a year before.
|Humani Generis Redemptionem |
It was published on June 15, 1917, and it was dedicated to the theme of the necessity of the preaching of Christian teachings and the suitability of the preachers.
|In Hac Tanta |
It was written to the episcopate and the German faithful, on the occasion of the twelfth centenary of' evangelization of Germany.