encyclical

(redirected from Encyclicals)
Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Related to Encyclicals: Rerum Novarum
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • noun
  • adj

Synonyms for encyclical

a letter from the pope sent to all Roman Catholic bishops throughout the world

Related Words

intended for wide distribution

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
But the covert hypocrisy in July Limp's article on Pope Francis' Papal Encyclical and Climate Change ("Mistreating the environment is a sin") beats all.
The encyclical on the environment, which Pope Francis is expected to release in June or July, is stimulating a great deal of discussion and hope in academia and the environmental movement.
Turkson, head of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, helped write the first draft of the pope's encyclical on global warming and the environment, which is scheduled to be released in June or July.
The symposium aimed to examine the American reception of Pope Benedict XVI's first social encyclical, which was published in July 2009 to commemorate the fortieth anniversary of Pope Paul VI's Populorum Progressio, perhaps the most contentious of modern social encyclicals on the question of international social and economic development.
To these changing situations, the social encyclicals steadily reapply the basic principles of the Church's social teaching.
With the technological advances in printing and transportation, the rate of publication of encyclicals increased dramatically, especially following the invention of the rotary press in 1843.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Ignatius Press, the primary English-language publisher of the works of Pope Benedict XVI (Joseph Ratzinger), is now publishing its titles in three formats - print, electronic, and audio - beginning with today's release of Pope Benedict's new encyclical, Charity in Truth, on the world economy.
Benedict XVI is not an easy sound-bite Pope and today's encyclical is living proof of that.
The second half of the encyclical mms to the work of love, or caritas, that is the specific social expression of the church in society.
Section 1 addresses the doctrinal ramifications and developments occasioned by the pope's encyclical as they pertain to the possibility of a Christian philosophy, the fate of metaphysics, theological anthropology and our understanding of the person, and the role of Mary and the effects of a Marian framework in an encyclical devoted to faith and reason.
If one compares the written output of John Paul II to that of his predecessors in terms of total pages of text (rather than total number of encyclicals), no pope has written more in the genre of the encyclical than he did.
In a landmark 1891 encyclical, Pope Leo XIII said that the right of workers to associate freely was fundamental, and he called on all employers to pay an adequate wage.
the centennial of "Rerum Novarum") I will concentrate on how Catholic Christianity has approached the question of a Christian economic system in the papal encyclicals.
WASHINGTON -- Few papal encyclicals have been as eagerly awaited as Pope Francis' upcoming statement on the environment.
While some have expressed frustration at an apparent lack of economic understanding in the encyclicals, leading to tensions with certain economic laws and laissez-faire principles, it is evident that the social encyclicals as a whole manifest a development in economic understanding, emphasis, and context.