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Who was the writer of Populorum Progresso?
Paul VI (6th)
Who was the writer of Deus Caritas Est?
Benedict XVI (16th)
Who was the writer of Rerum Novarum?
Leo XIII (13th)
Who was the writer of Gaudium et Spes?
The Second Vatican Council
Who was the writer of Mater et Magistra?
John XXIII (23rd)
Who was the writer of Humane Vitae?
Paul VI (6th)
Who was the writer of Laudato Si?
Francis I (1st)
Who was the writer of Laborum Exercens?
John Paul II (2nd)
Who was the writer of Pacem in Terris?
John XXIII (23rd)
Who was the writer of Centesimus Annus?
John Paul II (2nd)
Who was the writer of Quadragesimo Anno?
Pius XI (11th)
Who was the writer of Evangeli Nutandi?
Paul VI (6th)
What Pope proposed the principle of subsidiarity as the basis for social organization?
Pope Pius XI (11th)
What Pope was concerned with development and justice, trade issues, structural injustice, development aid, and working for justice?
Paul VI (6th)
What Pope was concerned about the environmental crisis facing our planet?
Francis I (1st)
What pope focused on the gap between North and South, the option for the poor, the universal destination of the world's goods, and the structures of sin?
John Paul II (2nd)
What pope was concerned about the plight of the working class in the late nineteenth century Europe and the role of government?
Leo XIII (13th)
What pope was concerned with the conditions for world piece, confronting the arms race, international relations, racism, and development aid?
John XXIII (23rd)
Match the theme/working title to the letter: "God is Love"
Deus Caritas Est
Match the theme/working title to the letter: "In the Fortieth Year"
Quadragesimo Anno
Match the theme/working title to the letter: "Joy and Hope"
Gaudium et Spes
Match the theme/working title to the letter: "Mother and Teacher"
Mater et Magistra
Match the theme/working title to the letter: "Of Human Life"
Humane Vitae
Match the theme/working title to the letter: "Of the New Things"
Rerum Novarum
Match the theme/working title to the letter: "One Hundred Years"
Centesimus Annus
Match the theme/working title to the letter: "On Human Work"
Laborum Exercens
Match the theme/working title to the letter: "Peace on Earth"
Pacem in Terris
Match the theme/working title to the letter: "On the Development of Peoples"
Populorum Progresso
Match the theme/working title to the letter: "Praise be to you"
Laudato Si
Match the theme/working title to the letter: "Proclaiming the Gospel"
Evangeli Nuntiandi
Match the theme/working title to the letter: An apostolic exhortation
Evangeli Nuntiandi
Match the theme/working title to the letter: On care for our common home
Laudato Si
Match the theme/working title to the letter: On reconstructing the social order
Quadragesimo Anno
Match the theme/working title to the letter: Evangelization in the Modern World
Evangeli Nuntiandi
Match the theme/working title to the letter: This condemned atheistic communism
Rerum Novarum
Match the theme/working title to the letter: The church in the modern world
Gaudium et Spes
Match the theme/working title to the letter: This proposed that social organization be based on the principle of subsidiarity
Quadragesimo Anno
Match the theme/working title to the letter: This encyclical is concerned with "safeguarding" the holiness of marriage, in order to guide married life to its full human and Christian perfection"
Humane Vitae
Match the theme/working title to the letter: Reaffirms the principles of Catholic Social Teaching over one hundred years
Centesimus Annus
Match the theme/working title to the letter: On the condition of the working class
Rerum Novarum
Match the theme/working title to the letter: On the regulation of birth
Humane Vitae
Match the theme/working title to the letter: A dogmatic constitution
Gaudium et Spes
Match the theme/working title to the letter: "Development is the new name for peace"
Populorum Progresso
Match the theme/working title to the letter: Which TWO encyclicals were NOT addressed to bishops but to all people
-Laudato Si
Match the theme/working title to the letter: "Peace on Earth"
Pacem in Terris
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: Matters should be dealt with at the most local levels
Subsidiarity
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: This exists to promote the common good
The Purpose of government
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: The Earth is God's gift and all species have a rightful place in it
The Care of Creation
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: This affirms the right of individuals and social groups to make their own decisions and accomplish what they can by their own initiative
Subsidiarity
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: Individuals and groups must be enabled by their own society
Participation
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: Seeing through the eyes of the needy, and standing with them in solidarity
Option for the Poor
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: Humans have a special duty to be stewards of the Earth
The Care of Creation
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: The rights and needs of others must always be respected
The Common Good
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: A higher level community should not interfere in the life of a community at a lower level of social organization unless it is to support and enable
Subsidiarity
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: The purpose of this is to uphold the dignity of the human person
The Purpose Of Social Order
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: The right to private property is subordinate to the rights of common use and the overall common good
The Common Good
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: This entitles humans to their fundamental rights and responsibilities
The Dignity of the Human Person
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: Human beings are created in the image of God and, therefore, are endowed with this
The Dignity of the Human Person
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: The world's resources are meant for all
The Universal Purpose of Goods
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: Human beings are social by nature and do not exist merely as individuals
Solidarity
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: This should lead to action for justice with and on behalf of those who are marginalized
The Option for the Poor
Match to the Principle of Catholic Social Teaching: Oneness; togetherness; sharing in the common experiences of our humanity
Solidarity
Match the term to the definition: Justice before going to war
Ius ad Bellum
Match the term to the definition: A pope cannot err in matters of faith or morals when speaking ex cathedra
Infallibility
Match the term to the definition: Caring, protecting, overseeing and preserving the earth are all based upon the principle of
Stewardship
Match the term to the definition: Being united as one
Solidarity
Match the term to the definition: The absence of a good that should be present
Evil
Match the term to the definition: Justice in (the conduct) of war
Ius in Bellum
Match the term to the definition: The right of a governmental entity to take over private property for public use
Eminent Domain
Match the term to the definition: A letter written by the pope usually addressed to his brother bishops but of importance to the entire Church
Encyclical
Match the term to the definition: This means "from the chair", referring to the Chair of Saint Peter
Ex Cathedra
Match the person to a statement that refers to him: The author of Pacem in Terris
John XXIII
Match the person to a statement that refers to him: he said the just war theory was "... historically outmoded and theologically inadequate"
Benedict XV
Match the person to a statement that refers to him: The originator of the "Just war theorem"
Augustine
Match the person to a statement that refers to him: The founder of international law
Francisco de Vitoria
Match the person to a statement that refers to him: "Therefore in this age of ours, which pride itself on its atomic power, it is irrational to think that war is a proper way to obtain justice for violated rights"
John XXIII
Match the person to a statement that refers to him: He held that while war could be justified by theory, it could not be justified by practice
Thomas Moore
Match the person to a statement that refers to him: his additions to the just war theory supported colonialism
Francisco de Vitoria
Match the person to a statement that refers to him: He said "we do not seek peace in order to be at war, but we go to war so that we may have peace"
Augustine
Match the person to a statement that refers to him: The author of Utopia
Thomas Moore
What is the only dogma of the Catholic Church that has formally been declared infallible?
Assumption
Who was the immediate predecessor of Francis I?
Benedict XVI
Who was the immediate predecessor of Paul VI as Pope?
John XXIII
Who was the next pope to write a letter dealing with social justice, after Leo XIII?
Pius XI
Who was the next pope to write a letter dealing with social justice, after Pius XI?
John XXIII
What Pope convened the Second Vatican Council?
John XXIII
What Pope had the longest Papacy
John Paul II
T/F The dogma of papal infallibility was declared by the second Vatican Council
Falseā€”First Vatican Council
T/F According to the teaching of the Catholic Church, there is a social mortgage on private property
True
T/F It is possible for a just war to be fought in an unjust manner
True
T/F A war fought in self-defense is always considered a just war
True
Early Christians generally refused to serve in the military
True
Which Three Conditions were proposed by the originator of the Just War Theory
A just war is declared by a legitimate authority.
Which additional condition seems to have been suggested by the originator of the just war
A just war is waged as a last resort. A just war is entered into with the right intention. A just war is fought for a just cause.
Which of the above are included in the contemporary listing of conditions necessary for a
A just war is waged as a last resort A just war is declared by a legitimate authority. A just war is proportional to the injury suffered. A just war is fought to establish a peace preferable to conditions before the war A just war discriminates between combatants and non-combatants A just war has a reasonable chance of success. A just war is fought only to redress a wrong suffered.