This Encyclical was directed to Bishops, Priests and Deacons consecrated persons Christian married couples and all the lay faithful on love in the family and talks about the Holy Father.
On this encyclical Pope Leo XIII talks about different topics of the Catholic University of America.
Encyclical Of Pope Leo XIII On Freemasonry April 20, 1884 To the Patriarchs, Primates, Archbishops, and Bishops of the Catholic World in Grace and Communion with the Apostolic See.
|Inscrutabili Dei Consilio|
Was destinated to everybody and his objective was raise awareness about the evils of the society.
|Saeculo Exeunte Octavo|
It is an encyclical of Pope Pius XII in which he honors Portugal at the celebration of its 800th anniversary. A large part of it deals with the missionary activities of Portugal and the need to modernize missionary work.
|Dives In Misericordia|
In continuing the great task of implementing the Second Vatican Council, in which we can rightly see a new phase of the self- realization of the Church-in keeping with the epoch in which it has been our destiny to live-the Church herself must be constantly guided by the full consciousness that in this work it is not permissible for her, for any reason, to withdraw into herself. The reason for her existence is, in fact, to reveal God, that Father who allows us to
Encyclical Of Pope Leo XIII On Social Conditions In Belgium July 10, 1895 To the Bishops of Belgium.
It is an encyclical of Pope Leo XIII. It was published on December 8, 1897. He addressed to the Canadian bishops and answers the question about the schools in Manitoba.
Encyclical On The Christian Constitution Of States by Pope Leo XIII, To the Patriarchs, Primates, Archbishops, Bishops, and other Ordinaries in Peace and Communion with the Apostolic See.
Encyclical on the Rosary of Pope Leo XIII promulgated on September 22, 1891.
Encyclical On The Church In Portugal of Pope Leo XIII promulgated on September 14, 1886. To the Bishops of Portugal.
|Notre Charge Apostolique|
It was promulgated on August 15, 1910. The Pope took issue with what he viewed as the socialist leanings of the Catholic 'Le Sillon' movement of Marc Sangnier.
The encyclical suggests new directions and active participation instead of a merely passive role of the faithful in the liturgy, in liturgical ceremonies and in the life of their parish.
Pope Pius XII tells the riveting story of the life of the English Benedictine, St. Boniface, who became the apostle of Germany and the true