Index

Numbers below correspond to paragraph numbers

  • ABORTION (106, 107, 108, 110)
  • ALIENATION (146, 147, 215, 248, 322)
  • ANTHROPOLOGY
    • anthropological error (316)
    • mankind is the high point of the whole order of creation (116)
  • ARMAMENTS (334 337)
  • ASSOCIATIONS (62, 134, 135, 196, 229)
    • right to associate (73, 277, 278, 281, 290)
  • ATHEISM (225)
  • AUTHORITY
    • civil authority, chief concerns (172, 174, 183)
    • civil authority's monopoly privilege (283)
    • dignity of state's authority (142, 195)
    • legitimate exercise of political authority (111 113,170, 309)
    • moral legitimacy of state authority (169, 181)
    • necessity of authority for civil society (111, 178, 180)
    • political authority exercised within the moral order (179, 183, 185)
    • syndicates of authority (283)
    • three principal functions of public authority (194)
  • AUTONOMY (see FREEDOM)
  • BROTHERHOOD (60)
  • BUSINESS (241, 246, 247, 259, 308, 320)
    • as a community of work (240, 268, 269)
  • CAPITAL (231)
  • CAPITAL PUNISHMENT (111 113)
  • CAPITALISM (210, 211, 220, 236, 245)
  • CATHOLIC CHURCH, THE
    • church and charity (4, 11, 226, 306, 307)
    • church and economic, political, and philosophical models (25, 28, 31, 57)
    • church and social responsibility (5, 9, 15, 16, 17, 18, 224, 227, 304)
    • church and state authority (2)
    • church and war (336)
    • church and world (12, 14, 15, 20, 32, 227, 304)
    • church reveals mystery of God (10)
    • church as leaven for society (7, 18)
    • church as mother and teacher of nations (1, 3, 5, 22)
    • church as pillar and bulwark of truth (6, 31)
    • church's evangelizing social mission (8, 11, 13, 17, 18, 20, 22, 33, 36, 39, 40, 77, 105, 125, 159, 224, 325, 354, 364 369)
  • CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING (18, 19, 21, 24, 26, 29, 30, 32, 35, 39, 40, 65, 244, 285, 359, 365 369)
  • CHARITY
    • charity and church (4, 11, 226, 305, 306)
    • charity as greatest social commandment (300)
    • obligations of Christian charity (204)
    • social charity (132, 216, 331)
  • CHILDREN (93, 100)
  • CHRISTIAN LIFE (12, 24, 30, 34)
    • Christian character (271)
  • CHURCH AND STATE, RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN (191)
  • CITIZEN (180, 194)
    • responsible cooperation among citizens (222)
  • CIVIC SOCIETY / CIVIL SOCIETY (97, 111)
    • grounded on truth (122)
  • CIVILIZATION (63, 157, 164)
    • civilization of love (114, 132)
  • CLASS OPPOSITION (216)
  • COERCION (58, 78, 81, 83, 258)
  • COLLECTIVISM (134, 206, 237)
  • COMMON GOOD, THE (25, 46, 65, 111 113, 126, 134, 135, 139, 156, 167 174, 176, 178, 179, 181, 192, 195, 209, 222, 229, 230, 235, 236, 243, 244, 245, 263, 264, 280, 282, 284, 285, 292, 309, 310, 330, 338, 339, 344)
  • COMPENSATION (see WAGES)
    • just compensation of workers (258)
  • COMMUNISM (210, 220)
  • COMMUNITY OF NATIONS (see INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY / ORGANIZATIONS) (338)
  • CONSCIENCE (24)
    • dignity of conscience (44)
    • freedom of conscience (80, 83, 184, 270)
    • law written on the heart (53, 109)
  • CONSUMERISM (58, 64, 146, 161, 248, 249, 250, 298, 311, 316)
  • COOPERATION (27, 173, 195, 240, 244, 342, 345)
  • CULTURE (156 159, 250)
    • culture of death/culture of life (85, 105)
    • culture's attitude to mystery of God (160)
    • restoration of culture in Christ (155)
    • understand man within sphere of culture (160)
  • DEATH PENALTY (112, 113)
  • DEBT
    • debt relief (347, 348, 361)
    • foreign debt (347, 348, 349, 361)
    • Year of Jubilee (347)
  • DEMOCRACY (58)
    • church's respect of democratic order (198)
    • importance of rule of law (182, 197)
    • moral value of democracy stands or falls with values it
    • promotes (199)
    • recognition of human rights (67)
  • DEVELOPMENT (see ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT)
    • authentic development (40, 166, 360)
    • development of personal gifts (54)
    • economic development takes place over the heads of the poor (291)
    • genuine human development (128, 141, 161, 165, 200, 294, 296)
    • integral development (163)
    • underdevelopment (130, 162, 360)
  • DIALOGUE (60, 127, 286)
    • interdisciplinary dialogue (24)
  • DIGNITY (encompasses any reference to human dignity, dignity of the human person, or man's transcendent dignity) (39, 41 44, 46, 47, 49, 57, 58, 68, 69, 71, 75, 76, 79, 82, 112, 113, 119, 144, 145, 150, 152, 168, 198, 201, 219, 269, 272, 303, 321, 331, 351, 368)
  • DISCRIMINATION (293, 354)
    • against wives, mothers, and women (114, 117, 275)
    • racial discrimination (75, 76, 275, 350, 353, 354, 355)
  • DOCTRINE, DEVELOPMENT OF (29)
  • ECONOMIC ACTIVITY (212, 213, 238)
  • ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (162, 165, 171, 282, 291, 299)
  • ECONOMIC INITIATIVE (136, 210, 229, 230, 234, 243, 245, 308)
  • ECONOMIC LIFE (220, 247)
    • purpose of (218, 219)
  • ECONOMIC PRACTICES (221)
  • ECONOMIC RIGHTS
    • right to provide for the necessities of life (137, 229, 275, 276)
  • ECONOMIC SYSTEMS (210, 214, 220, 231)
  • ECONOMY (217)
    • free market economy as most efficient instrument (213)
  • ECONOMISM (248)
  • EDUCATION (see FAMILY)
    • as participation in God's creative activity (96)
  • EMPLOYMENT (293)
  • ENTREPRENEUR
    • entrepreneurial ability (240)
  • ENVIRONMENT
    • destruction of human environment (318)
    • environmental exploitation (315 317, 320, 357)
    • environmental problems (313)
    • goodness of created order (311)
    • limited natural resources (314)
    • respect for the integrity of creation (312)
    • stewardship (319, 321)
  • EQUALITY (75, 139, 144)
  • EUTHANASIA (106, 108)
  • EVANGELIZATION (see CATHOLIC CHURCH, THE)
    • new evangelization and Catholic social teaching (33, 39, 40, 345)
  • EXPLOITATION (see ENVIRONMENT)
    • human exploitation (133, 208)
  • FAMILY (65, 89, 94, 280)
    • as a domestic church (100)
    • as a society like the State (62, 97)
    • as sanctuary of life (85, 100)
    • community of life and love (87, 100)
    • community of work and solidarity (131)
    • family's duty to educate children (96)
    • fundamental nucleus of society (84, 88)
    • social contribution of family (86, 98)
    • state intervention into family (65, 88, 99, 142, 310)
  • FREEDOM (47, 57, 78, 83, 149, 150, 217, 228)
    • freedom and truth (50, 55, 151, 154)
    • freedom as duty to others (51)
    • freedom as license (48, 52, 56, 58, 148, 151)
    • freedom as natural to man (49, 59)
  • FUNDAMENTALISM
    • fanaticism (57, 352)
    • radical suppression of all public manifestations of diversity (352)
  • GENOCIDE (333)
  • GLOBALIZATION (357 364)
  • GOSPEL (36, 44, 158)
    • force for liberation (223)
    • gospel and human dignity (44)
    • preach the gospel of life (38, 100, 101)
  • GOVERNMENT (see STATE)
    • structure and operation of government (188)
  • HUMAN ECOLOGY (318)
    • with respect to family (85, 319)
  • HUMAN LIFE, SANCTITY OF (102 104)
  • HUMAN RIGHTS (67 72, 74, 77, 82, 83, 137, 290)
    • church's protection of human rights (44)
    • duty to respect others' rights (74, 75)
    • human rights prior to society (71)
    • right to life (66, 70, 104, 107, 108, 109, 201, 274, 276)
  • HUMANITY
    • church's concern for humanity (14)
    • man's social nature (59, 60 63, 65, 86, 118, 120, 139, 218, 277, 351)
    • natural inclination to associate (68)
  • IDEOLOGY (30, 57, 152, 200, 226, 358)
  • IMAGE OF GOD
    • acts that contradict image of God (106)
    • as seen in Christ (41)
    • as seen in humanity (42, 46, 60, 76, 93, 102, 116, 272, 324)
    • as seen in work (251, 254 256, 273)
    • as manifested in freedom (48, 49, 148)
    • neighbor is living image of God (125)
  • IMMIGRATION (344, 345)
  • INDIVIDUALISM (129, 195, 206)
  • INDUSTRIALIZATION (314)
  • INTERMEDIATE COMMUNITIES/ORGANIZATIONS (64, 65, 131, 135, 173, 195, 232)
  • INSTITUTIONS
    • individuals are the foundation of social institutions (61, 62, 118, 121, 145)
  • INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY/ORGANIZATIONS (339 343, 347)
  • INTERVENTION (see STATE) (233 235, 237, 279, 308, 309)
    • when monopolies create obstacles to development (229)
  • JUSTICE (see SOCIAL JUSTICE)
  • KINGDOM OF GOD (158, 298)
    • church as Kingdom of God (9, 11)
  • LABOR
    • fundamental relations between capital and labor (214, 279)
  • LAITY
    • knowledge of social doctrine (19, 21)
  • LAW (105, 356)
    • rule of law (182, 187, 197)
  • LIBERALISM (see INDIVIDUALISM)
  • LIBERATION (163, 227)
    • from the slavery of sin (223)
  • LIBERATION THEOLOGY (225 227)
  • LOVE
    • civilization of love (114, 132)
    • relationship to justice (295)
  • MAGISTERIUM (6, 15, 109, 200, 301, 347)
  • MARGINALIZATION (354, 367)
    • economic development (291)
  • MARRIAGE/ CONJUGAL LOVE (84, 89 92)
  • MARXISM (225)
  • MATERIALISM (see CONSUMERISM)
  • MERCY
    • generosity of (204)
    • true mercy as source of justice (297)
  • MODELS
    • no single economic or political model (23, 25, 28, 31, 57, 139, 152, 198)
  • MORAL LAW (52, 56)
  • MORAL SCIENCE (218)
  • MORALITY (see FREEDOM)
  • NATIONALISM (346, 350)
  • NATURAL LAW (see CONSCIENCE) (74, 109)
  • OWNERSHIP (see UNIVERSAL DESTINATION OF MATERIAL GOODS)
  • PARENTS (see FAMILY)
  • PARTICIPATION (139, 140, 142, 144, 215, 221, 231)
    • right to participate in community life (143, 145)
    • structures of participation (197, 244)
  • PEACE (39, 51, 56, 82, 184, 201, 330 332)
  • PERSON inviolability of person (104, 167, 172, 174, 324, 340, 351)
    • recognition of one another as persons (131)
    • transcendent value of person (39, 190, 193)
    • ultimate end of society (70, 71, 118, 119, 121, 145)
  • POLITICAL REGIMES diversity of (192)
  • POOR, THE
    • growing gap between rich and poor (288, 357)
    • preferential option for the poor (301 304, 367)
    • priority of service to the poor (305 307)
  • POVERTY
    • forms of poverty (290)
    • intolerable burden of poverty (287, 362)
    • poverty is no disgrace (289)
  • PRIVATE INITIATIVE (208, 234, 235, 245)
  • PRIVATE PROPERTY (see UNIVERSAL DESTINATION OF MATERIAL GOODS)
  • PROFIT
    • indicator of a business's health (208, 242, 320)
  • RACISM (see DISCRIMINATION)
  • RECONCILIATION (295)
  • RELIGIOUS FREEDOM (77 79, 82, 191, 211, 290, 352)
  • SAFETY NET/SECURITY (66, 213, 260, 261, 276, 293, 308)
  • SELF DETERMINATION (122)
    • faculty of (49)
  • SERVICE (37, 38)
    • faithful co workers with the gospel (34)
  • SEXUALITY (90)
  • SLAVERY (76, 165)
    • to economic systems (248)
  • SIN (44, 106, 223)
    • social sins (175, 176)
    • structures of sin (126, 177)
  • SOCIALISM (210)
  • SOCIAL DOCTRINE (see CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING)
  • SOCIAL JUSTICE (182, 212, 216, 260, 262, 292, 295 300, 327, 328, 348, 359, 365, 367)
    • church and social justice (16)
    • creation of employment opportunities (329)
    • removal of economic inequalities (293, 298)
    • social justice and human dignity (45)
  • SOCIAL QUESTION, THE (16, 29, 33, 35, 132, 365)
  • SOCIALIZATION (see HUMANITY)
  • SOCIETY (65, 187, 235, 236, 239)
    • absorption by the state (64)
    • duty to protect institution of family (88)
    • right to exist (124)
    • rules governing relations between states (124, 153)
    • subjectivity of society (187)
  • SOLIDARITY (127, 129, 130, 132, 208, 326)
    • as commitment to the common good (126, 221, 350)
    • human solidarity imposes a duty (63, 128, 326)
    • network of solidarity (64)
    • principle of solidarity (132)
    • recognition of one another as persons (131, 133)
    • supererogatory character of solidarity (125)
  • STATE (236, 239)
    • absorption by the state (64)
    • duty to protect institution of family (88)
    • right to exist (124)
    • rules governing relations between states (124, 153)
    • task of the state in economic sector (238, 308)
    • theory of the state (186)
  • STEWARDSHIP (see ENVIRONMENT)
  • STRIKES
    • legitimate use of (284)
    • reconciliation (286)
    • right to strike (285, 286)
    • strikes and violence (284)
  • SUBSIDIARITY, PRINCIPLE OF (134 136, 138, 189, 193, 234, 235, 237, 308, 359)
  • TECHNOLOGY (164, 233, 246, 322, 323)
    • perils of technology (322, 323, 337)
  • THIRD WAY (30)
  • TOTALITARIANISM (67, 123, 187, 193, 200)
  • TRADE
    • equity in commercial relations (328, 329)
    • free trade must be subject to demands of social justice (327)
    • use of force in trade (328)
  • TRADITION (6, 29, 30, 35, 109)
  • TRUTH (40, 55, 58, 72, 122, 123, 168, 190, 200)
    • custodians of truth (58)
    • obligation to seek truth (48, 64)
    • truth about man governs relations between states (124, 190)
    • truth as condition of freedom (50, 80, 151, 154)
  • UNEMPLOYMENT (see SAFETY NET/SECURITY) (138, 230)
    • suitable employment for all (274)
  • UNIONS (278 280, 283)
    • right of assembly and association (277, 281, 282, 290, 316, 318)
    • role of unions in negotiating salaries (267, 270)
  • UNIVERSAL DESTINATION OF MATERIAL GOODS
    • common use of goods (202, 203, 205, 207, 208, 214, 314)
    • development of the earth (202, 318)
    • necessity and legitimacy of private ownership (203 209, 238)
    • private property under a social mortgage (207 208)
  • VIOLENCE (140, 330, 346)
  • VOCATION
    • every life as vocation (54)
    • work as vocation (253, 256, 257)
  • VIRTUE (289, 295)
    • family as school of social virtue (84, 96)
    • social virtues (240, 241)
  • WAGES (261, 262, 264, 267)
    • free consent (265, 266)
    • just wage (214, 258, 259, 263, 293, 327)
    • wage determination (259)
  • WAR (330 334)
  • WELFARE (SEE SAFETY NET/SECURITY)
    • rise of the welfare state (308)
  • WOMEN
    • new feminism (117)
    • real equality in every area (114, 116)
    • work of women at home is irreplaceable (95, 115, 272)
    • work outside the home (262)
    • women's access to public functions (95)
    • women who have had an abortion (110)
  • WORK
    • connection to the image of God (251, 254)
    • dignity of work (138, 215, 239, 241)
    • the nature of work (251, 252, 268, 271, 285)
    • work as creative activity (254)
    • work as stewardship of talents (253, 255, 257)
    • work as a means of sanctification (255, 256, 273)
  • WORK PLACE, THE (251, 261, 268 271)

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