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Catholic Theology Of The Body - History - Pope Pius XI
... In Casti Connubii, Pius XI repeatedly quotes Augustine, who teaches, that among the blessings of marriage, the child holds the first place ... Pius XI also followed Augustine in upholding the indissolubility of marriage and the wrongfulness of sexual acts that impede conception Following this argument, Pius ...
Role Of The Catholic Church In Western Civilization - Social Justice, Care-giving, and The Hospital System - Industrial Revolution
... Quadragesimo Anno was issued by Pope Pius XI, on 15 May 1931, 40 years after Rerum Novarum ... Unlike Leo, who addressed mainly the condition of workers, Pius XI concentrated on the ethical implications of the social and economic order ... The social teachings of Pope Pius XII repeat these teachings, and apply them in greater detail not only to workers and owners of capital, but also to other ...
Mariology Of The Popes - The 20th Century - Pius XI
... Pope Pius XI ruled the Church from 1922 to 1939 ... Pope Pius XI liked to quote Bernard of Clairvaux “We have everything through Mary” ...
Pope Pius XI
... Pope Pius XI (Latin Pius PP ... XI Italian Pio XI 31 May 1857 – 10 February 1939), born Ambrogio Damiano Achille Ratti, was Pope from 6 February 1922, and sovereign of Vatican City from its creation as an ... He chose the name Pius, and his personality was strong, similar to Pius IX and Pius X ...
History Of The Roman Catholic Church - Industrial Age - Dictatorships - Italy
... Pope Pius XI aimed to end the long breach between the papacy and the Italian government and to gain recognition once more of the sovereign independence of the Holy See ... Pius XI thus became a head of a tiny state with its own territory, army ... Pius XI used invested the money in the stock markets and real estate ...

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    The Church welcomes technological progress and receives it with love, for it is an indubitable fact that technological progress comes from God and, therefore, can and must lead to Him.
    Pius XII [Eugenio Pacelli] (1876–1958)

    It is an error to believe that the Roman Pontiff can and ought to reconcile himself to, and agree with, progress, liberalism, and contemporary civilization.
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