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The papal ideology of social reform. A study in historical development 1878-1967.

Author: Richard L Camp
Publisher: Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1969.
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Genre/Form: History
Papal documents
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Camp, Richard L.
Papal ideology of social reform.
Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1969
(OCoLC)583612818
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard L Camp
OCLC Number: 15801
Description: viii, 180 pages 25 cm
Contents: I. The development of the social conscience of the Vatican --
The social revolution of the nineteenth century --
The era of negation: The papacy from 1800 to 1878 --
The reign of Pope Leo XIII (1878-1903) --
The social concerns of Leo XIII's successors: Pius X and Benedict XV (1903-1922) --
The papacy between the wars: The reign of Pius XI (1922-1939) --
The papacy in war and troubled peace: Pius XII (1939-1958) --
The era of church renewal: John XXIII and Paul VI (1958 --
) --
II. Christian foundations for order in society --
Leo XIII: Society as a living organism --
Pius X and Benedict XV: The hazards of democracy --
Pius XI: The "sane corporate system" --
Pius XII, John XXIII, and Paul VI: The dignity of the individual --
III. The errors of socialism and communism --
Pius IX and Leo XIII: "Socialists, communists, and nihilists" --
Pius X and Benedict XV: The universal church and the universal republic --
Pius XI: Extremists and moderates --
Pius XII and John XXIII: The challenge of Bolshevism --
IV. The rights and duties of labor and capital --
Leo XIII: "The pope of the workingman" --
Pius X and Benedict XV: Labor's exaggerated hopes --
Pius XI: Social justice and social charity --
Pius XII, John XXIII, and Paul VI: Prosperity and reform --
V. The organization of Christian social reform --
Leo XIII: Reaching the masses --
Pius X: The requirements of discipline and purity --
Benedict XV and Pius XI: The lay apostolate --
Pius XII and John XXIII: The challenge of success --
VI. The social role of the state --
Leo XIII: The state and social reform --
Pius XI: The struggle against totalitarianism --
Pius XII: The state and human dignity --
John XXIII and Paul VI: The state and international reconstruction --
VII. The meaning of the papal heritage --
The evolution --
The contribution --
The impact.
Responsibility: By Richard L. Camp.

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