News Search Results Loading...

Listening...

[stop listening]

Search elsewhere: WebpagesNewsPodcasts

Show Search Hints »


Did you mean: cyclical ?

17 results for encyclical found within the News

5 displayed out of 17 (0.24seconds)

Page 3 of 3

National Justice and Peace Conference

Posted by SCMO on 17th March 2006 in Christianity |
...his first encyclical letter Deus Caritas Est. Many popes before him, especially his predecessors of the 20th century, have added their authority and have taught on many matters of social justice. Vatican II gave it central place and it inspired the Council s most powerful document, Gaudium et Spes, which the Conference celebrates today.  Tim Duffy said, ˜Forty years ago the final document of the Second Vatican Council encouraged Catholic to engage with the world, not from a distance but in the hurly burly of political process. It also gave guidelines on how to approach the great socio economic issues such as poverty and fair distribution of the world s wealt...
 

Science and religion intertwined writes Bishop Keenan

Posted by SCMO on 12th May 2015 in Christianity | Science, religion, Bishop John Keenan,
...began his encyclical, Fides et Ratio, with the vivid words that, ˜Faith and reason are like two wings by which the human spirit ascends to the contemplation of the truth .   Flying needs two wings, just as finding the really important truths of existence needs both faith and science working somehow in harmony.   The criticism of science counterbalances religion s all too easy temptation to fall into credulity, as if nothing could happen just by chance and even the most absurd bad luck is somehow all ˜meant , by God. Faith, on the other hand, saves reason from futility.   For, in a world without some transcendent Truth and Good, where everything is just...
 

Cardinal praises "dedication and commitment" of Catholic teachers

Posted by SCMO on 30th April 2008 in Christianity |
...I s first encyclical Deus Caritas Est, he wrote:  Today the word love is so tarnished, so spoiled and abused, that one is almost afraid to pronounce it with one s lips. . . We cannot simply abandon it, we must take it up again, purify it and give back to it its original splendour. ˜Called to Love is our humble attempt to re-claim the central place of Love in human lives.    Of course, I well understand that teaching young people about Relationships is not without difficulty today.   We live in an age where young people seem to have been abandoned to find their own way through the moral maze.   We allow them to be assailed by sexually explicit imagery a...
 

Cardinal O'Brien's meeting with Parliamentarians at Scotland Office

Posted by SCMO on 11th June 2008 in Christianity |
...He will say: "My message has basically been a pro-life message in the widest sense of those words: A call to give life to those many thousands dying each day through lack of food and drink; by joining in the anti-nuclear campaign and also the campaign for a greater awareness of climate change; by entering into the debate with regard to our present abortion laws and the great moral issues coming to the fore recently with regard to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill."  The cardinal will go on to outline the Church's proper role in political  debate: "We can offer a reminder of the foundational values on which any just society must be built, values which...
 

Cardinal O'Brien thanks Pope for being "Honorary Scot"

Posted by SCMO on 19th September 2010 in Christianity |
...our first encyclical letter ˜Deus Caritas Est , your words have always been given detailed attention and careful study not only by the Catholic faithful but by peoples of all faiths and none. As the Chief Teacher of our Faith we thank you for the guidance and inspiration you offer us. Your words to us; at Bellahouston Park, Twickenham, Westminster, Hyde Park, at the Beatification, and here in Birmingham will be studied and used to fortify us all in the faith passed on to us through the ages by the apostles and delivered over these four great days by the successor of Peter himself. Your visit to us was both State and pastoral but our farewell to you is entire...
 
First Page | Previous | 1 2 [3]