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  1. 1. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE SOCIAL DOCTRINE OF THE CHURCH<br />
  2. 2. 1. Rerum Novarum (RN) <br /> The Condition of Labor<br /><ul><li> May 15, 1891
  3. 3. Encyclical Letter (EL)
  4. 4. Leo XIII</li></ul>HISTORICAL CONTEXT<br />Industrial Revolution - Unjust relationship between labor and capital <br />Dominance of rigid Capitalism & Emergence of Socialism <br />(89-90)<br />
  5. 5. Quadragesimo Anno (QA)<br />The Reconstruction of the Social Order<br /><ul><li> May 15, 1931
  6. 6. E. L.
  7. 7. Pius XI</li></ul>HISTORICAL CONTEXT<br />Expansion of influence of financial groups nationally and internationally<br />Class struggle becomes more bitter<br />(91-92)<br />
  8. 8. 3. Non Abbiamo Bisogno (June 29, 1937) 4. Mit Brennender Sorge (March 14, 1937) 5. Divini Redemptoris (1937)<br />Pope Pius XI<br />HISTORICAL CONTEXT<br />Post WWI period, totalitarian regime being imposed in Europe, USSR, Italy & Germany<br />Spread of Fascism, Anti-Semitism and Communist Atheism<br />
  9. 9. 6. 50th Anniversary of RN<br /><ul><li> June 1, 1941
  10. 10. Radio message
  11. 11. Pius XII</li></ul>HISTORICAL CONTEXT<br />World War II<br />Deep need for Justice and Peace<br />(93)<br />
  12. 12. John XXIII<br />7. Mater et Magistra (MM)<br /> Christianity and Social Progress<br /><ul><li>May 15, 1961</li></ul>HISTORICAL CONTEXT<br />Recovery after the devastation of war<br />Beginning of decolonization<br />Social question becomes clearly international<br />Problem of agriculture of developing nations<br />(94)<br />
  13. 13. HISTORICAL CONTEXT<br />Cold War – USSR & USA<br />Era of nuclear proliferation<br />Need for peace – Cuba incident<br />8. Pacem in Terris (PT)<br /> Peace on Earth<br /><ul><li> April 11, 1963</li></ul>(95)<br />
  14. 14. HISTORICAL CONTEXT<br />The Church was slow in responding to the expectations of the contemporary world which goes its own way<br />Vatican II<br />Awakening new consciousness of Church to be leaven and soul of society in order to renew it in Christ and transform the world into the family of God<br />
  15. 15. 9. Gaudium et Spes (GS)<br /><ul><li>December 7, 1965
  16. 16. Pastoral Constitution from Vatican II
  17. 17. Bishops of the World
  18. 18. Promulgated By Pope Paul VI</li></ul>(96)<br />
  19. 19. 10. Dignitatis Humanae<br /><ul><li> December 7, 1965
  20. 20. Declaration on Religious Freedom of Vatican II
  21. 21. Bishops of the World
  22. 22. Promulgated by Pope Paul VI</li></ul>(97)<br />
  23. 23. 11. Populorum Progressio (PP)<br /> The Development of Peoples<br /><ul><li>March 26, 1967
  24. 24. E. L.</li></ul>Paul VI<br />(98)<br />HISTORICAL CONTEXT<br /><ul><li> First UN development decade
  25. 25. Emergence of the “Third World” - decolonized countries characterized by lack of development</li></li></ul><li>Pontifical Commission “Justitia et Pax” 1967<br />Established by Pope Paul VI to fulfill Council Fathers’ wishes that an “organism of the Universal Church be set up in order that … the justice and love of Christ toward the poor might be developed everywhere.”<br />“To stimulate the Catholic community to promote progress in needy regions, and international social justice.”<br />World Day of Peace beginning January 1, 1968<br />(99)<br />
  26. 26. 12. Octogesima Adveniens (OA)<br /> A Call to Action<br /><ul><li>May 14, 1971
  27. 27. Apostolic Letter
  28. 28. Pope Paul VI</li></ul>HISTORICAL CONTEXT<br />Climate of turbulence and strong ideological controversy at the beginning of 1970<br />(100)<br />
  29. 29. 13. Laborem Exercens (LE)<br /> On Human Work<br /><ul><li> September 14, 1981</li></ul>John Paul II<br />HISTORICAL CONTEXT<br />(101)<br />90 years after Rerum Novarum<br />Attempt to life of John Paul II on May 13, 1981 <br />John Paul II was a young worker priest in Poland<br />
  30. 30. 14. Sollicitudo Rei Socialis (SRS)<br />The Social Concern of the Church<br /><ul><li> December 30, 1987</li></ul>John Paul II<br />HISTORICAL CONTEXT<br />20 years after Populorum Progressio <br />Increasing poverty in the “Third World”<br />A year after the EDSA Revolution (1986) - prototype of many “peaceful revolutions”<br />(102)<br />
  31. 31. 12. Centessimus Annus (CA)<br /> Hundred Years After<br /><ul><li> May 1, 1991
  32. 32. John Paul II</li></ul>HISTORICAL CONTEXT<br />Collapse of the Soviet system in 1989<br />Emergence of new countries in Eastern Europe<br />Dominance of Democracy as political system <br />And Capitalism as Economic system<br />(103)<br />
  33. 33. Pope John Paul II<br />Requested the Pontifical Council for Justice & Peace to give concise but complete overview of the Church’s social teaching<br />Based on 100 years of official social teaching by Popes, Bishops and scholars in every part of the world<br />Considering new phenomenon arising from international and planetary realities: globalization, issues of ecology, culture, mass communications, plurality of religions and Christian Churches<br />
  34. 34. COMPENDIUM OF THE SOCIAL DOCTRINE OF THE CHURCHPontifical Council for Justice and PeaceApril 2, 2004<br />

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