Leo XIII and Modern Civilization

Eskdale Press, 1897 - 189 sivua
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Sivu 125 - Or do you not know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God, and you are not your own?
Sivu 92 - By the State We here understand, not the particular form of government which prevails in this or that nation, but the State, as rightly understood ; that is to say, any government conformable in its institutions to right reason and natural law, and to those dictates of the Divine wisdom which We have expounded in the Encyclical on the Christian Constitution of the State.
Sivu 90 - We approach the subject with confidence, and in the exercise of the rights which belong to us. For no practical solution of this question will ever be found without the assistance of Religion and of the Church.
Sivu 94 - ... —in order to supersede undue interference on the part of the State, especially as circumstances, times, and localities differ so widely, it is advisable that recourse be had to Societies or Boards such as We shall mention presently, or to some other method of safeguarding the interests of wage-earners; the State to be asked for approval and protection.
Sivu 30 - They declare that neither the Pope, nor any other prelate or ecclesiastical person of the Roman Catholic Church . , . . has any right to interfere directly or indirectly in the Civil Government .... nor to oppose in any manner the performance of the civil duties which are due to the king.
Sivu 105 - Among the many and grave duties of rulers who would do their best for the people, the first and chief is to act with strict justice — with that justice which is called in the Schools distributive — towards each and every class.
Sivu 94 - In such cases the public authority may justly forbid the formation of associations, and may dissolve them when they already exist . But every precaution should be taken not to violate the rights of individuals, and not to make unreasonable regulations under the pretense of public benefit. For laws only bind when they are in accordance with right reason, and therefore with the eternal law of God.
Sivu 92 - Life on earth, however good and desirable in itself, is not the final purpose for which man is created; it is only the way and the means to that attainment of truth, and that practice of goodness in which the full life of the soul consists. It is the soul which is made after the image and likeness of God ; it is in the soul that...
Sivu 111 - We say, at least equal rights ; for since the domestic household is anterior both in idea and in fact to the gathering of men into a commonwealth, the former must necessarily have rights and duties which are prior to those of the latter, and which rest more immediately on nature.
Sivu 95 - If it should happen that either a master or a workman deemed himself injured, nothing would be more desirable than that there should be a committee composed of honest and capable men of the association itself, whose duty it should be, by the laws of the association, to decide the dispute.

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