(66) Letter Exeunte iam anno: Acta Leonis 8 (1888) 398. 64. 113. Like a king’s daughter, the Church wears robes of rich embroidery. Peace and joy! In such surroundings many are led into serious danger, and step by step turn away from the wholesome way of life and the religious practices which they learned from their elders. Jesus Christ left her these sacraments as a sacred legacy, and she had never ceased to administer them throughout the Catholic world and thus to feed and foster the supernatural life of the faithful. Thus these new arts, which can work much evil, will be turned to the well-being and benefit of men, and at the same time will supply worthwhile recreation. . 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When the Divine Redeemer founded His Church, there is no doubt that He made firm unity its cornerstone and one of its essential attributes. Why do we stir up hatred? 139. 17. Peace and joy! 97. 92. And the next step brings rioting mobs, wanton destruction of property, and sometimes even bloodshed. Do you all, therefore, within the limits of your abilities and resources, perform the works of mercy, for they are most pleasing to God. When they conduct themselves like honest men, they are punished like criminals. . . And this problem can entail even greater difficulties today, when men are being replaced by all sorts of advanced machines. Encyclical letter Humanum genus: Acta Leonis 4 ( 1884) 53 . Like a king's daughter, the Church wears robes of rich embroidery. We have exhorted all Our children in Christ to avoid the deadly errors which threaten to destroy religion and even human society itself. [English tr. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Ad Petri Cathedram (English) by Pope John XXIII. 94. Anything else would be unworthy of men, not to say of Christians. We know that many of Our children who live in want or great misfortune often protest that the social teachings of Christianity have not yet been fully put into practice. . 18. Pio sexto pontifici optimo maximo ad supremam divi Petri cathedram evecto Nicolaus De Juliis exultantis gaudio animi argumentum D.D.D Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. To the Venerable Brethren, the Patriarchs, Primates, Archbishops, Bishops, and other Local Ordinaries in Peace and Communion with the Apostolic See, and to all the … We think this matter is so serious and important that We intend at some other time to discuss it at greater length. 118. Moreover, we cannot possibly attain those truths which exceed the capacity of nature and the grasp of reason, unless God enlightens and inspires us. Cf. There are many today who need our counsel, good example, and assistance, for their lot in life is unhappy and miserable. They must give their parents not only solace but also concrete assistance if it is needed. We ask these dear children of Ours to realize that the Church is not hostile to them or their rights. 136. These last remarks are meant particularly for the young. Fiche technique. 90. 13. 47. And in this day of ours, as you well know, Venerable Brethren and beloved sons, we also have radio broadcasts, motion pictures, and television (which can enter easily into the home). This mistaken sort of action leads directly to that absurd proposition: one religion is just as good as another, for there is no distinction here between truth and falsehood. We take pleasure in addressing these same words to you: “Dearly beloved, we have all been invited to heaven. They must seek God’s grace in humble and ceaseless prayer, and they must rely on this grace far more than on their own toil and labor. Formal announcement came in enc. He who “is just, let him be just still, and he who is holy, let him be hallowed still.”[73] This is Our earnest plea. 33. Hom. 26. 34. All men are to have part in this true unity; and so, when a Catholic priest offers the Eucharistic Sacrifice, he presents our merciful God with a spotless Victim and prays to Him especially “for Thy holy Catholic Church, that it may please Thee to grant her peace, to protect, unite, and govern her throughout the world, together with Thy servant our Pope, and all who truly believe and profess the Catholic and Apostolic faith.”[33]. But, instead, they are reduced to idleness and, along with their families, reach the very depths of privation. We give this counsel in order that the rights and duties of employers may more and more be harmonized and reconciled with the rights and duties of employees, and that the associations representing the interests of each “will not seem like armies ready to make or repel attacks in such wise as to make the enemy more resolute or to incite counterattack, or like a river which engulfs every obstacle in its course; but like a bridge which joins opposite shores.”[16]. Aeterna Dei sapientia [in Encyclicals] [1961.11.11] English - in ENG0069. J.H. Funk, Patres Apostolici, 1, 399-401; cf. We know the apostolic zeal with which, in your respective dioceses, you strive to advance, strengthen, and spread the kingdom of God. They act as though God had given us intellects for some purpose other than the pursuit and attainment of truth. For there is still too much disparity in the possession of material goods, too much reason for hostility among various groups, because of opinions on the right to property (opinions sometimes unsound, sometimes not entirely just) held by those who desire unfair advantages and benefits for themselves. 96. We give Our paternal approval to the competent and effective work of those priests who have become voluntary emigrants out of love for Jesus Christ and in obedience to the instructions and wishes of this Apostolic See. The Church has no official, clear criteria to aid in the decision. Over the years the bishops and priests of lands that are still mission territories have been assisted by laymen of every rank and condition. 76. (17) Letter Inter graves: Acta Leonis 11 (1891) 143-44. With all the love of a father, We impart the Apostolic Blessing to each and every one of you, Venerable Brethren and beloved sons. We earnestly pray God to prevent any damage to this valuable, beneficial, and necessary union. Besides this, our journey through this mortal life should not be regarded as an end in itself, entered upon merely for pleasure. For such peace is not completely untroubled and serene; it is active, not calm and motionless. 49. '”[37], 87. May the divine plea of Christ further and fulfill this hope and these prayers of Ours: "Holy Father, keep in thy name those whom thou hast given me, that they may be one even as we are.... Sanctify them in the truth. English: The Cathedra Petri (Latin) or Chair of Saint Peter is usually understood of a particular chair preserved in St. Peter's Basilica, Rome, enclosed in a gilt bronze casing that was designed by Gianlorenzo Bernini. Obviously, of course, this fact does not prevent the presence in the Catholic Church of a variety of approved rites, which simply enhance her beauty. (14) Radio address to the 73rd Congress of German Catholics: Discorsi e radiomessaggi di S.S. Pio XII, v. 11, 189. The various nations are simply communities of men, that is, of brothers. Once we have attained the truth in its fullness, integrity, and purity, unity should pervade our minds, hearts, and actions. On the contrary, she cares for them as would a loving mother. Since it is no longer a matter merely of "capital" and "labor," the number of classes has multiplied, and all of them are readily accessible to all men. 113. 36. The Catholic Church teaches the necessity of believing firmly and faithfully all that God has revealed. 21. But this unity, Venerable Brethren and beloved sons, must be solid, firm and sure, not transient, uncertain, or unstable. And now Our thoughts turn to those religious who have left the homes of their ancestors and their beloved countries and have gone to foreign lands where they experience serious inconveniences and overcome all sorts of difficulties. They tend the sick in hospitals and lead their thoughts to heavenly things. 20. But We ask Our beloved children for more than prayers; We wish to see a renewal of Christian life. Add to Cart. Publisher: Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 1959. We also extend Our paternal best wishes to Our sons in religious orders and congregations. A tremendous task is entrusted to these missionaries. We address, then, as brethren all who are separated from Us, using the words of Saint Augustine: “Whether they wish it or not, they are our brethren. May this wonderful Spectacle of unity, by which the Catholic Church is set apart and distinguished, as well as the prayers and entreaties with which she begs God for unity, stir your hearts and awaken you to what is really in your best interest. Since it is no longer a matter merely of “capital” and “labor,” the number of classes has multiplied, and all of them are readily accessible to all men. If each of you strives to accomplish all this that We have recommended, there will shine forth anew in the Church that which was expressed so wonderfully about Christians in the Epistle to Diognetus: “They are in the flesh, but do not live by the flesh. Publisher: Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 1959. These errors turn everything upside down: they menace individuals and society itself. We share a common destiny in this life and the next. We hear those who are so beset by economic hardship that they have no home fit for human habitation and cannot by any effort of their own obtain the necessities of life for themselves or their families. We repeat this prayer, as does the whole Catholic world in union with Us. 68. When we speak of this serious matter Our thoughts can be given a fair hearing and judged impartially by the citizens of every nation. It is very important, however, that moral progress should not lag behind economic progress. 100. This is the peace "which surpasses all understanding," (42) since its birthplace is in heaven. . This is particularly the case in matters of religion and sound morals. 52. Many men ignore or avoid them; some, alas, even despise and abhor them. Bishops from every part of the world will gather there to discuss serious religious topics. You grieve that so many of your children are lost, pathetically duped by falsehood; you are confronted by a lack of material means, which sometimes makes impossible a wider spread of Catholicism in your dioceses; and the number of priests at your disposal is in many places inadequate to the mounting demands for their services. But all cannot do this easily; often their efforts will result in a mixture of truth and error. On this point Pope Leo XIII made apt and appropriate comment: “God has commanded that there be differences of classes in the human community and that these classes, by friendly cooperation, work out a fair and mutual adjustment of their interests.”[11] For it is quite clear that “as the symmetry of the human frame results from suitable arrangement of the various parts of the body, so in a body politic it is ordained by nature that . 32, Enarr. As for unity of worship, the Catholic Church has had seven sacraments, neither more nor less, from her beginning right down to the present day. Whenever a man has wandered from this path, the Church has never failed to use her maternal authority to call him again and again to the right road. Anyone, therefore, who ventures to deny that there are differences among social classes contradicts the very laws of nature. Written in Rome, at Saint Peter's, on the 29th day of June, the feast of the Apostles Peter and Paul, in the year 1959, the first of Our Pontificate. Come! 133. Why do we ready lethal weapons for use against our brothers? We ask all men, but particularly rulers of nations, to weigh these considerations prudently and seriously in the presence of God our protector. All paths are not open to them. 111, 2, 594; cf. (37) Saint Augustine In Ps. Cathedram Ad Petri (Latim: [ad 'petri 'katedram]; " Cátdra de Pedro ") foi a primeira encíclica emitida pelo Papa João XXIII em 29 de junho de 1959. As We reflect on these truths, We embrace with deep sorrow each and every one of the faithful who is impeded and restricted in the practice of his religion. 49. Letter Saepenumero considerantes: Acta Leonis 3 (1883) 262. All men, therefore, private citizens as well as government officials, must love the truth sincerely if they are to attain that peace and harmony on which depends all real prosperity, public and private. They would work, of course, in union with their bishops and in constant obedience to them. The peace, then, which we must seek, which we must strive to achieve with all the means at our disposal, must—as We have said—make no concessions to error, must compromise in no way with proponents of falsehood; it must make no concessions to vice; it must discourage all discord. 38. we are acting as ambassadors,'' (57) and "though we walk in the flesh, we do not make war according to the flesh.'' Unfortunately, however, they can also entice men, especially the young, to loose morality and ignoble behavior, to treacherous error and perilous vice. Their mutual agreement will result in the splendor of right order."(12). What difference does it make that you, have not offended your father, if he punishes offenses against your mother? All men are brothers. But We ask Our beloved children for more than prayers; We wish to see a renewal of Christian life. ENCYCLICAL OF POPE JOHN XXIII ON TRUTH, UNITY AND PEACE, IN A SPIRIT OF CHARITY. Catholic Web Design: Hyperdo Media. (44). They render extensive and distinguished service which no one else could perform with the same blend of virginal and maternal concern! Together the parents should carefully rear their children, God’s most precious gift, to an upright and religious life. Only if we desire peace, as we should, instead of war, and only if we all aspire sincerely to fraternal harmony among nations, shall it come to pass that public affairs and public questions are correctly understood and settled to the satisfaction of all. We repeat this prayer, as does the whole Catholic world in union with Us. Second Council of Constantinople – 553 A.D. Third Council of Constantinople : 680-681 A. D. Fourth Council of Constantinople : 869-870. Their mutual agreement will result in the splendor of right order.”[12]. We urge them to strive tirelessly and with all their strength for the achievement of the goals their founders have set forth in those rules. An English translation appears in v. 5 (1959) of TPS, beginning on p. 403. 98. We know, of course, that due to various conditions many of these beloved sons of Ours are frequently called upon to undertake the pastoral care of the faithful; and this has redounded to the benefit of the Christian name and Christian virtue. Migne, PG 5.675. These priests have spared no effort to ascertain and serve, so far as they can, the social and spiritual needs of their flocks. 34. 22. (65) Cf. With respect to social matters: it is Our paternal desire that relations among the various classes come under the guidance, control, and direction of the Christian virtue of justice. This, far more than prayer, will win God’s mercy for ourselves and our brethren. 6. We are also and equally concerned for the lot of those who are forced to leave their native lands because they cannot earn a living there or because of intolerable conditions and religious persecution. The weapons of truth, then, must be used in defense against these weapons of evil. 112. Our spirit will rest in peace and joy only when we have reached that truth which is taught in the gospels and which should be reduced to action in our lives. The various classes of society, as well as groups of individuals, may certainly protect their rights, provided this is done by legal means, not violence, and provided that they do no injustice to the inviolable rights of others. 64. 54. But all will come out well if the social teaching of the Catholic Church is applied as it should be to the problem. 30. We do not want to offend anyone. In short, this is a peace that is ever at war. 107. '”[34], 84. All of these can provide inspiration and incentive for morality and goodness, even Christian virtue. And yet, God gave each of us an intellect capable of attaining natural truth. The social teachings of Christianity, then, contain sure and sound principles which will make very adequate provision for the rights of the lower classes if those who endeavor to defend these rights only put those principles into practice. 120. We are called brothers. The members of Catholic Action must marshal their ranks; they must align themselves beside their bishops and be ready to obey every command. (20) This is a comforting hope; it assures us that someday all the sheep who are not of this fold will want to return to it. Do you all, therefore, within the limits of your abilities and resources, perform the works of mercy, for they are most pleasing to God. Ad Petri Cathedram ("Bagi Tahta Petrus") adalah ensiklik pertama yang dikeluarkan oleh Paus Yohanes XXIII pada tanggal 29 Juni 1959. We have complete confidence in their industrious and effective service. la Attamen ad eas omnes superiores causas accedit nunc peculiaris consideratio originis Nostrae et civitatis et ipsius Sedis Cracoviensis, ex qua devocati sumus ad Cathedram Petri Romanam. Although We are sure they need no such admonition, We again exhort these religious to meet the present-day needs of the people spontaneously and enthusiastically, cooperating zealously and energetically with the efforts of the other clergy. that law becomes ineffective and all authority is weakened once the sovereign and eternal rule of God, who commands and forbids, is rejected.”[66] Cicero expressed the same idea when he wrote, “You, the priests, are protecting Rome with religion more effectively than she is protected with walls.”[67]. Children must honor, obey, and love their parents. We wish to repeat to you again the sublime and beautiful words of the Apostle of the Gentiles, “Whatever things are true, whatever of good repute, if there be any virtue, if there be anything worthy of praise, think upon these things.”[69] “Put on the Lord Jesus Christ.”[70] That is to say, “Put on therefore, as God’s chosen ones, holy and beloved, a heart of mercy, kindness, humility, meekness, patience. The mother, on the other hand, should form her children firmly and graciously by the mildness of her manner and by her virtue. We must also write of those holy virgins who by their vows have consecrated themselves to God that they might serve Him alone and unite themselves closely with their Divine Spouse in mystic nuptials. 13.4-1).”[17]. 75. On the contrary, she cares for them as would a loving mother. A tremendous task is entrusted to these missionaries. For discussion can lead to fuller and deeper understanding of religious truths; when one idea strikes against another, there may be a spark.(25). Letter Exeunte iam anno: Acta Leonis 8 (1888) 396. Ok. Vous pouvez à tout moment vous désinscrire via le lien de désabonnement présent dans la newsletter. If anyone is so unfortunate as to wander far from his divine Redeemer in sin and iniquity, let him return to Him who is "the way, and the truth, and the life." Informative official site includes profile, history, diocesan directory, links to Catholic and Philippines sites. The Catholic Church, of course, leaves many questions open to the discussion of theologians. Of this kind of unemployment, Our predecessor of happy memory, Pius XI, uttered this complaint: “There are,” he said, “honest working men almost beyond number who want only an opportunity to earn by honest means that daily bread for which, by divine command, we entreat our Father in heaven. Health will come from a source which has often produced only devastating sickness. (1) From her come a pervading light and a gentle love which reach all men. 9. All God’s children are summoned to their father’s only home, and its cornerstone is Peter. : TPS (Winter 1957-58) v. 4, pp. 27. (52). Seen from above seen from behind the High Altar of St. Peter's Thus she repeats and bears witness to the words of the Apostle: "For we can do nothing against the truth, but only for the truth. St. Paul the Apostle described the characteristics of this virtue when he said: 'Charity is patient, is kind; is not selfseeking; bears with all things, endures all things; (1 Cor. Newman, Difficulties of Anglicans, v. 1, 261 ff. (61) They should recall that the sufferings of this life serve to purify the soul; they elevate and ennoble us and can win us eternal joy in heaven. 124. But all cannot do this easily; often their efforts will result in a mixture of truth and error. They will consider, in particular, the growth of the Catholic faith, the restoration of sound morals among the Christian flock, and appropriate adaptation of Church discipline to the needs and conditions of our times. May she seek and obtain from God this harmonious unity, this true, active, and militant peace, on behalf of Our children in Christ and all those who, though separated from Us, cannot help loving truth, unity and peace. Once when a terrible schism was rending the seamless garment of the Church, Bishop Theophilus of Alexandria addressed his sons and brethren with words of pastoral zeal. Then, in the words of God our Savior, "there shall be one fold and one shepherd."(21). “Per un solido ordine sociale.” Discorsi e radiomessaggi di S.S. Pio XII v. 7, 350. They attend to the sound formation and education of the young. They are to work in brotherly cooperation for the common prosperity of human society, not simply for their own particular goals. When it is a matter of the cause of the Catholic Church they must be ready to sacrifice personal whims, for nothing is of more value and importance. 102. This event will be a wonderful spectacle of truth, unity, and charity. 44. Radio broadcasts, motion pictures, and television shows which make error and vice attractive must be opposed by shows which defend truth and strive to preserve the integrity and safety of morals. Indeed, if we long hopefully — as we should — for the realization of this mutual union among the classes of society, then we must do all that we can to bring it about by public and private endeavor and cooperation in courageous undertakings, that all men, even those of the lowest classes, can obtain life’s necessities by their toil and by the sweat of their brow, and that they can provide, in an honorable manner and with some degree of sureness, for their future and that of their families. Our Divine Redeemer bore the yoke of the cross to wash away the stains of our sins; to this end He endured abuse, torture, and agonizing pain, all by His free choice. Migne, PG 5.675. They must advance to ever greater achievements. 128. When We fondly call you to the unity of the Church, please observe that We are not inviting you to a strange home, but to your own, to the abode of your forefathers. They indeed often “suffer persecution for justice’ sake,”[68] and for the sake of the kingdom of God. 35. . But We are conscious of Our sacred duty to do all that We can to defend the rights of Our sons and brethren. In either case, they can pursue their salvation the more easily and happily and also be of pre-eminent assistance in Christian countries and in those lands where the light of the Gospel has not yet shone. Ad Petri cathedram . Ad Petri Cathedram ("To the Chair of Peter") was the first encyclical issued by Pope John XXIII on 29 June 1959. That charity is always ready to spend itself in the interest of others and is the surest remedy against worldly pride and immoderate self-esteem. Together the parents should carefully rear their children, God's most precious gift, to an upright and religious life. This harmonious unity will be restored when hearts are at peace, when the rights of all are guaranteed, and when there has dawned that liberty due everywhere to individual citizens, to the state, and to the Church. This is why the word of God, “who dwells in light inaccessible,”[2] in His great love took pity on man’s plight, “became flesh and dwelt among us,”[3] that He might “enlighten every man who cometh into the world”[4] and lead him not only to full and perfect truth, but to virtue and eternal happiness. Heed the words of Christ: ‘By this will all men know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another. 24. May they enter with a will upon those paths which will lead to the unity that is so badly needed. 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