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Sollicita ac provida (On the Censorship of Books in Latin) (July 9, 1753)

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Pope Clement XIII (1758-1769)

A Quo Die (On Unity Among Christians) (September 13, 1758)

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Christianae Reipublicae (On the Dangers of Anti-Christian Writings) (November 25, 1766)

Cum Primum (On Observing Canonical Sanctions) (September 17, 1759)

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Summa Quae (On the Church in Poland) (January 6, 1768)

Ubi Primum Accepimus (Italian) (January 14, 1768)

Venimus In Altitudinem (Italian) (September 11, 1758)

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Cum Summi (Proclaiming a Universal Jubilee) (December 12, 1769)

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Inscrutabili Divinae Sapientiae (Proclaiming a Universal Jubilee) (December 12, 1769)

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Charitas (On The Civil Oath In France) (April 13, 1791)

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Diu Satis (On a Return to Gospel Principles) (May 15, 1800)

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Ubi Primum (On His Assuming the Pontificate) (May 5, 1824)

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Traditi Humilitati (On His Program for the Pontificate) (May 24, 1829)

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Cum Primum (On Civil Obedience) (June 9, 1832)

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Mirari Vos (On Liberalism and Religious Indifferentism) (August 15, 1832)

Probe Nostis (On the Propagation of the Faith) (September 18, 1840)

Quas Vestro (On Mixed Marriage) (April 30, 1841)

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Singulari Nos (On the Errors of Lammenais) (June 25, 1834)

Summo Iugiter Studio (On Mixed Marriage) (May 27, 1832)

Pope Pius IX (1846-1878)

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Apostolicae Nostrae Caritatis (Urging Prayers for Peace) (August 1, 1854)

Beneficia Dei (On The 25th Anniversary of the Pontificate of Pope Pius IX) (June 4, 1871)

Cum Nuper (On Care for Clerics) (January 20, 1858)

Cum Sancta Mater Ecclesia (Pleading for Public Prayer) (April 27, 1859)

Etsi Multa (On the Churches of Italy, Germany and Switzerland) (November 21, 1873)

Exultavit Cor Nostrum (On the Effects of the Jubilee) (November 21, 1851)

Graves Ac Diuturnae (On the Church in Switzerland) (March 23, 1875)

Gravibus Ecclesiae (Proclaiming a Jubilee for 1875) (December 24, 1874)

Incredibili (On Persecution in New Granada) (September 17, 1863)

Ineffabilis Deus (On the Immaculate Conception) (December 8, 1854)

Inter Multiplices (Pleading for Unity of Spirit) (March 21, 1853)

Levate (On the Affliction of Church) (October 27, 1867)

Maximae Quidem (On the Church in Bavaria) (August 18, 1864)

Meridionali Americae (On the Seminary for Native Clergy) (September 30, 1865)

Neminem Vestrum (On the Persecution of Armenians) (February 2, 1854)

Nemo Certe Ignorat (On Discipline for Clergy) (March 25, 1852)

Nostis Et Nobiscum (On the Church in the Pontifical States) (December 8, 1849)

Nullis Certe Verbis (On the Need for Civil Sovereignty) (January 19, 1860)

Omnem Sollicitudinem (On the Greek-Ruthenian Rite) (May 13, 1874)

Optime Noscitis (On the Proposed Catholic University Of Ireland) (March 20, 1854)

Optime Noscitis (On Episcopal Meetings) (November 5, 1855)

Praedecessores Nostros (On Aid for Ireland) (March 25, 1847)

Probe Noscitis Venerabiles (On the Discipline for Clergy) (May 17, 1852)

Quae In Patriarchatu (On the Church in Chaldea) (November 16, 1872)

Quanta Cura (Condemning Current Errors) (December 8, 1864)

Quanto Conficiamur Moerore (On Promotion of False Doctrines) (August 10, 1863)

Quartus Supra (On the Church in Armenia) (January 6, 1873)

Qui Nuper (On Pontifical States) (June 18, 1859)

Qui Pluribus (On Faith and Religion) (November 9, 1846)

Quod Nunquam (On the Church in Prussia) (February 5, 1875)

Respicientes (Protesting the Taking of the Pontifical States) (November 1, 1870)

Saepe Venerabiles Fratres (On Thanksgiving for 25 Years of Pontificate) (August 5, 1871)

Singulari Quidem (On the Church in Austria) (March 17, 1856)

The Syllabus of Errors (December 8, 1864)

Ubi Nos (On Pontifical States) (May 15, 1871)

Ubi Primum (On Discipline for Religious) (June 17, 1847)

Ubi Primum (On the Immaculate Conception) (February 2, 1849)

Vix Dum A Nobis (On the Church in Austria) (March 7, 1874)

Pope Leo XIII (1878-1903)

Ad Extremas (On Seminaries for Native Clergy) (June 24, 1893)

Adiutricem (On The Rosary) (September 5, 1895)

Aeterni Patris (On Restoring Christian Philosophy) (August 4, 1879)

Affari Vos (On the Manitoba School Question) (December 8, 1897)

Annum Sacrum (On Consecration to the Sacred Heart) (May 25, 1899)

Apostolicae Curae (On the Nullity of Anglican Orders) (September 15, 1896)

Arcanum Divinae (On Christian Marriage) (February 10, 1893)

Au Millieu Des Sollicitudes (On the Church and State in France) (February 16, 1892)

Augustissimae Virginis Mariae (On the Confraternity of the Holy Rosary) (September 12, 1897)

Auspicato Concessum (On St. Francis of Assisi) (September 17, 1882)

Caritatis Studium (On the Church in Scotland) (July 25, 1898)

Catholicae Ecclesiae (On Slavery in the Missions) (November 20, 1890)

Christi Nomen (On the Propagation of Faith and Eastern Churches) (December 24, 1894)

Constanti Hungarorum (On the Church in Hungary) (September 2, 1893)

Cum Multa (On Conditions in Spain) (December 8, 1882)

Custodi Di Quella Fede (On Freemasonry) (December 8, 1892)

Dall'alto Dell'apostolico Seggio (On Freemasonry in Italy) (October 15, 1890)

Depuis Le Jour (On the Education of the Clergy) (September 8, 1899)

Diuturni Temporis (On the Rosary) (September 5, 1898)

Diuturnum (On the Origin of Civil Power) (June 29, 1881)

Divinum Illud Munus (On the Holy Spirit) (May 9, 1897)

Dum Multa (On Marriage Legislation) (December 24, 1902)

Etsi Cunctas (On the Church in Ireland) (December 21, 1888)

Etsi Nos (On Conditions in Italy) (February 15, 1882)

Exeunte Lam Anno (On the Right Ordering of Christian Life) (December 25, 1888)

Fidentem Piumque Animum (On the Rosary) (September 20, 1896)

Fin Dal Principio (On the Education of the Clergy) (December 8, 1902)

Grande Munus (On Saints Cyril and Methodius) (February 10, 1880)

Graves De Communi Re (On Christian Democracy) (January 18, 1901)

Gravissimas (On Religious Orders in Portugal) May 16, 1901)

Humanum Genus (On Freemasonry) (March 20, 1884)

Iampridem (On Catholicism in Germany) (January 6, 1886)

Immortale Dei (On the Christian Constitution of States) (November 1, 1885)

In Amplissimo (On the Church in the United States) (April 15, 1902)

In Ipso (On Episcopal Reunions in Austria) (March 3, 1891)

In Plurimism (On the Abolition of Slavery) (May 5, 1888)

Inimica Vis (On Freemasonry) (December 8, 1892)

Inscrutabili Dei Consilio (On the Evils of Society) (April 21, 1878)

Insignes (On the Hungarian Millennium) (May 1, 1896)

Iucunda Semper Expectatione (September 8, 1894)

Laetitiae Sanctae (On the Rosary) (September 8, 1893)

Libertas (On the Nature of Human Liberty) (June 20, 1888)

Licet Multa (On Catholics in Belgium) (August 3, 1881)

Litteras A Vobis (On the Clergy in Brazil) (July 2, 1894)

Longinqua (On Catholicism in the United States) (January 6, 1895)

Lucunda Semper Expectatione (On the Rosary) (September 8, 1894)

 Magnae Dei Matris (On the Rosary) (September 8, 1892)

Magni Nobis (On the Catholic University of America) (March 7, 1889)

Militantis Ecclesiae (On St. Peter Canisius) (August 1, 1897)

Mirae Caritatis (On the Holy Eucharist) (May 28, 1902)

Nobilissima Gallorum Gens (On the Religious Question in France) (February 8, 1884)

Octobri Mense (On the Rosary) (September 22, 1891)

Officio Sanctissimo (On the Church in Bavaria) (December 22, 1887)

Omnibus Compertum (On Unity Among the Greek Melchites) (July 21, 1900)

Pastoralis (On Religious Union) (June 25, 1891)

 Pastoralis Officii (On the Morality of Dueling) (September 12, 1891)

Paternae (On the Education of Clergy) (September 18, 1899)

Paterna Caritas (Encyclical on Reunion with Rome) (July 25, 1888)

Pergrata Nobis (On the Church in Portugal) (September 14, 1886)

Permoti Nos (On Social Conditions in Belgium) (July 10, 1895)

Providentissimus Deus (On the Study of Sacred Scripture) (November 18, 1893)

Quae Ad Nos (On The Church in Bohemia And Moravia) (November 22, 1902)

Quam Aerumnosa (On Italian Immigrants) (December 10, 1888)

Quamquam Pluries (On Devotion to St. Joseph) (August 15, 1889)

Quam Religiosa (On Civil Marriage Law) (August 16, 1898)

Quarto Abeunte Saeculo (On the Columbus Quadricentennial) (July 16, 1892)

Quod Anniversarius (On the Occasion of the Sacerdotal Jubilee of Leo) (April 11, 1888)

Quod Apostolici Muneris (On the Evils of Socialism) (December 28, 1878)

Quod Auctoritate (Proclaiming the Extraordinary Jubilee) (December 22, 1885)

Quod Multum (On the Liberty of the Church) (August 22, 1886)

Quod Votis (On the Proposed Catholic University) (April 30, 1902)

Quum Diuturnum (On the Latin American Bishop's Plenary Council) (December 25, 1898)

Reputantiubus (On the Language Question In Bohemia) (August 20, 1901)

Rerum Novarum (On the Condition of the Working Classes) (May 15, 1891)

Saepe Nos (On Boycotting in Ireland) (June 24, 1888)

Sancta Dei Civitas (On Mission Societies) (December 3, 1880)

Sapientiae Christianae (On Christians as Citizens) (January 10, 1890)

Satis Cognitum (On the Unity of the Church) (June 29, 1896)

Spectata Fides (On Christian Education) (November 27, 1885)

Spesse Volte (On the Suppression of Catholic Institutions) (August 5, 1898)

Superiore Anno (On the Recitation of the Rosary) (August 30, 1884)

Supremi Apostolatus Officio (On Devotion of the Rosary) (September 1, 1883)

Tametsi Futura Prospicientibus (Jesus Christ the Redeemer) (November 1, 1900)

Testem Benevolentiae Nostrae (Concerning New Opinions, Virtue, Nature and Grace, With Regard to Americanism) (January 22, 1899)

Urbanitatis Veteris (On the Foundation of a Seminary in Athens) (November 20, 1901)

Vi E Ben Noto (On the Rosary and Public Life) (September 20, 1887)

Pope Pius X (1903-1914)

Acerbo Nimis (On Teaching Christian Doctrine) (April 15, 1905)

Ad Diem Illum Laetissimum (On the Immaculate Conception) (February 2, 1904)

Communium Rerum (On Saint Alselm of Aosta) (April 21, 1909)

E Supremi (On the Restoration of all Things in Christ) (October 4, 1903)

Editae Saepe (On Saint Charles Borromeo) (May 26, 1910)

Gravissimo Officii Munere (On French Associations of Worship) (August 10, 1906)

Haerent Animo (To the Catholic Clergy on Priestly Sanctity) (August 4, 1908)

Iamdudum (On the Law of Separation in Portugal) (May 24, 1911)

Il Fermo Proposito (On Catholic Action in Italy) (June 11, 1905)

Iucunda Sane (On Pope Gregory the Great) (March 12, 1904)

Lacrimabili Statu (On the Indians of South America) (June 7, 1912)

Lamentabili Sane (Syllabus of Errors) (July 3, 1907)

Pascendi Dominici Gregis (On the Doctrine of the Modernists) (September 8, 1907)

Pieni L'animo (On the Clergy in Italy) (July 28, 1906)

Praestantia Scripturae (On the Bible and on the Censures and Penalties Against those who Neglect to Observe the Prescriptions Against the Errors of the Modernist) (November 18, 1907)

Quam Singulari (Decree of the Sacred Congregation of the Discipline of the Sacraments on First Communion) (August 8, 1910)

Singulari Quadam (On Labor Organizations) (September 24, 1912)

Tribus Circiter (On the Mariavites or Mystic Priests of Poland) (April 5, 1906)

Une Fois Encore (On the Separation of Church and State) (January 6, 1907)

Vehementer Nos (On the French Law of Separation) (February 11, 1906)

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Dogma of the Immaculate Conception (December 12, 1904)

The Oath Against Modernism (September 1, 1910)

Pope Benedict XV (1914-1922)

Ad Beatissimi Apostolorum (Appealing for Peace) (November 1, 1914)

Annus Iam Plenus (On Children of Central Europe) (December 1, 1920)

Fausto Appetente Die (On St. Dominic) (June 29, 1921)

Humani Generis Redemptionem (Preaching the Word of God) (June 15, 1917)

In Hac Tanta (On St. Boniface) (May 14, 1919)

In Praeclara Summorum (On Dante) (April 30, 1921)

Pacem, Dei Munus Pulcherrimum (On Peace and Christian Reconciliation) (May 23, 1920)

Paterno Iam Diu (On the Children of Central Europe) (November 24, 1919)

Principi Apostolorum Petro (On St. Ephrem the Syrian) (October 5, 1920)

Quod Iam Diu (On the Future Peace Conference) (December 1, 1918)

Sacra Propediem (On the Third Order of St. Francis) (January 6, 1921)

Spiritus Paraclitus (On St. Jerome) (September 15, 1920)

Pope Pius XI (1922-1939)

Acerba Animi (On Persecution of the Church in Mexico) (September 29, 1932)

Ad Catholici Sacerdotii (On Catholic Priesthood) (December 20, 1935)

Ad Salutem (On St. Augustine) (April 30, 1930)

Caritate Christi Compulsi (On the Sacred Heart) (May 3, 1932)

Casti Connubii (On Chastity in Marriage) (December 31, 1930)

Dilectissima Nobis (On Oppression of the Church of Spain) (June 3, 1933)

Divini Redemptoris (On Atheistic Communism) (March 19, 1937)

Ecclesiam Dei (On St. Josaphat) (November 12, 1923)

Ingravescentibus Malis (On the Rosary) (September 29, 1937)

Iniquis Afflictisque (On the Persecution of the Church in Mexico) (November 18, 1926)

Lux Veritatis (On the Council of Ephesus) (December 25, 1931)

Maximam Gravissimamque (On French Diocesan Associations) (January 18, 1924)

Mens Nostra (On Promotion of Spiritual Exercises) (December 20, 1929)

Miserentissimus Redemptor (On Reparation to the Sacred Heart) (May 8, 1928)

Mit Brennender Sorge (On the Church and the German Reich) (March 14, 1937)

Mortalium Animos (On Religious Unity) (January 6, 1928)

Non Abbiamo Bisogno (On Catholic Action in Italy) (June 29, 1931)

Nos Es Muy Conocida (On the Religious Situation in Mexico) (March 28, 1937)

Nova Impendet (On the Economic Crisis) (October 2, 1931)

Quadragesimo Anno (On Reconstruction of the Social Order) (May 15, 1931)

Quas Primas (On the Feast of Christ the King) (December 11, 1925)

 Quinquagesimo Ante (On His Sacerdotal Jubilee) (December 23, 1929)

Rappresentanti In Terra (On Christian Education) (December 31, 1929)

Rerum Condicio (On the Approbation of the Rule of the Third Order Regular of the Seraphic Father St. Francis.) (October 4, 1927)

Rerum Ecclesiae (On Catholic Missions) (February 8, 1926)

Rerum Omnium Perturbationem (On St. Francis de Sales) (January 26, 1923)

Rerum Orientalium (On the Promotion of Oriental Studies) (September 8, 1928)

Rite Expiatis (On St. Francis of Assisi) (April 13, 1926)

Studiorum Ducem (On St. Thomas Aquinas) (June 29, 1923)

Ubi Arcano Dei Consilio (On the Peace of Christ in His Kingdom) (December 23, 1922)

Vehementer Exultamus Hodie (Bull of Canonization of Saint Thérèse of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face) (May 17, 1925)

Vigilanti Cura (On Motion Pictures) (June 29, 1936)

Pope Pius XII (1939-1958)

Ad Apostolorum Principis (On Communism and the Church in China) (June 29, 1958)

Ad Caeli Reginam (Proclaiming the Queenship of Mary) (October 11, 1954)

Ad Sinarum Gentem (On the Supranationality of the Church) (October 7, 1954)

Anni Sacri) (On Combating Atheistic Propaganda) (March 12, 1950)

Auspicia Quaedam (On Public Prayer for World Peace and Solution of the Problem of Palestine) (May 1, 1948)

Christus Dominus (January 6, 1953)

Communium Interpretes Dolorarum (An Appeal for Prayers for Peace) (April 15, 1945)

Datis Nuperrime (Condemning the Ruthless Use of Force in Hungary) (November 5, 1956)

Deiparae Virginis Mariae (On the Possibility of Defining the Assumption as a Dogma of the Church) (May 1, 1946)

Divino Afflante Spiritu (On Promotion of Biblical Studies) (September 30, 1943)

Doctor Mellifluus (On St. Bernard of Clairvaux, the Last of the Fathers) (May 24, 1953)

Ecclesiae Fastos (On Saint Boniface) (June 5, 1954)

Evangelii Praecones (On Promotion of Catholic Missions) (June 2, 1951)

Fidei Donum (On the Condition of the Catholic Missions) (April 21, 1957)

Fulgens Corona (Proclaiming a Marian Year) (September 8, 1953)

Fulgens Radiatur (On Saint Benedict) (March 21, 1947)

Haurietis Aquas (On Devotion to the Sacred Heart) (May 15, 1956)

Humani Generis) (On Evolution) (August 12, 1950)

In Multiplicbus Curis (On Prayers for Peace in Palestine) (October 24, 1948)

Ingruentium Malorum (On Reciting the Rosary) (September 15, 1951)

Invicti Athlatae (On Saint Andrew Bobola) (May 16, 1957)

 Laetamur Admodum (On Prayers for Peace for Poland, Hungary and the Middle East) (November 1, 1956)

Le Pelerinage De Lourdes (Warning Against Materialism) (July 2, 1957)

Luctuosissimi Eventus (On Prayers for the People of Hungary) (October 28, 1956)

Mediator Dei (On the Sacred Liturgy) (November 20, 1947)

Meminisse Iuvat (On Prayers for the Persecuted Church) (July 12, 1958)

Menti Nostrae (To the Clergy of the Entire World) (September 23, 1960)

Mirabile Illud (On the Crusade of Prayer for Peace) (December 6, 1950)

Miranda Prorsus (On the Communications Field) (September 7, 1957)

Musicae Sacrae (On Sacred Music) (December 25, 1955)

Mystici Corporis Christi (On the Mystical Body) (June 29, 1943)

Optatissima Pax (On Public Prayers for Peace) (December 18, 1947)

 Orientales Omnes Ecclesias (On the Reunion of the Ruthenian Church with Rome) (December 23, 1945)

Orientalis Ecclesiae (On St. Cyril, Patriarch of Alexander) (April 9, 1944)

Quemadmodum (A Plea for the Care of the World's Destitute Children) (January 6, 1946)

Redemptoris Nostri Cruciatus (On the Holy Places in Palestine) (April 15, 1949)

Sacra Virginitas (On Consecrated Virginity) (March 25, 1954)

Sacram Communionem (On Laws of Fasting and the Evening Mass) (March 19, 1957)

Saeculo Exeunte Octavo (On the Independence of Portugal) (June 13, 1940)

Sempiternus Rex Christus (On the Council of Chalcedon) (September 8, 1951)

Sertum Laetitiae (On the Start of the Church in the United States) (May 11, 1939)

Si Diligis (Canonisation Of St Pius X) (May 31, 1954)

Summi Maeroris (On Public Prayers for Peace) (July 19, 1950)

Summi Pontificatus (On the Unity of Human Society) (October 10, 1939)

Other Documents...

Applied Psychology (To the Rome Congress of the International Association of Applied Psychology) (April 10, 1958)

Counsel to Teaching Sisters (September 15, 1951)

Democracy and a Lasting Peace (Christmas Message) (December 25, 1944)

Guiding Principles of the Lay Apostolate (October 5, 1957)

On Psychotherapy and Religion (April 13,1953)

On Rural Life (Address to Farmer's Convention) (November 15, 1946)

Papal Directives for the Woman of Today (September 11, 1947)

The Function Of Art (To a Group of Italian Artists) (April 8, 1952)

The Internal Order of States and People (Christmas Message) (December 25, 1942)

The Moral Limits of Medical Research and Treatment (September 14, 1952)

The Proofs for the Existence of God in the Light of Modern Natural Science (November 22, 1951)

The States of Perfection (December 12, 1957)

Pope John XXIII (1958-1963)

Ad Petri Cathedram (On Truth, Unity and Peace) (June 29, 1959)

Address to Open the Second Vatican Council (October 11, 1962)

Aeterna Dei Sapientia (On Saint Leo the Great) (November 11, 1961)

Grata Recordatio (On the Rosary) (September 26, 1959)

Mater Et Magistra (Christianity and Social Progress) (May 16, 1961)

On Promoting Devotion to the Most Precious Blood (June 6, 1960)

Pacem in Terris (Peace on Earth) (April 11, 1963)

Paenitentiam Agere (On the Need for Penance) (July 1, 1962)

Princeps Pastorum (On the Missions) (November 26, 1959)

Sacerdotii Nostri Primordia (On Saint John Vianney) (August 1, 1963)

Pope Paul VI (1963-1978)

Christi Matri (On Prayers to Mary for Peace) (September 15, 1966)

Dignitatis Humanae (On the Right of the Person and of Communities to Social and Civil Freedom in Matters Religious  (December 7, 1965)  

Ecclesiae Sanctae (Motu Proprio Implementing Four Council Decrees) (August 6, 1966)

Ecclesiam Suam (On the Church) (August 6, 1964)

Evangelii Nuntiandi (On Evangeliation in the Modern World) (December 8, 1975)

Gaudete In Domino (On Christian Joy) (May 9, 1975)

Humanae Vitae (On the Regulation of Birth) (July 25, 1968)

Indulgentiarum Doctrina (Apostolic Constitution on Indulgences) (January 1, 1967);

Inter Insigniores (Declaration on the Question Of Women to the Ministerial Priesthood) (May 22, 1994)

Marialis Cultus (On Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary) (February 2, 1974)

Mense Maio (On Praying to Mary During May) (April 30, 1965)

Missale Romanum (Promulgation of the Roman Missal Revised by Decree of the Decree of the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council) (April 3, 1969)

Mysterium Fidei (On the Holy Eucharist) (September 3, 1965)

Orientalium Ecclesiarum (Decree on the Catholic Churches of the Eastern Rite) (November 21, 1964)

Paenitemini (Apostolic Constitution Of Penance) (February 17, 1966)

Pastorale Munus (On the Powers and Privileges Granted to Bishops) (November 30, 1963)

Populorum Progressio (On the Development of Peoples) (March 26, 1967)

Presbyterorum Ordinis, (Decree on the Ministry and Life of Priests) (December 7, 1965)

Sacerdotalis Caelibatus (On the Celibacy of the Priest) (June 24, 1967)

Sacram Liturgiam (Motu Proprio) (January 25, 1964)

Sacrum Diaconatus Ordinem (Motu Proprio) (June 18, 1967)

Signum Magnum (On Our Lady) (May 13, 1967)

Voi Forse Sapete (In Memory of Pope Paul VI) (June 1, 1966)

Other Documents...

Address during the Last General Meeting of Vatican II (December 7, 1965)

Address to the Last Meeting of the Second Vatican Council (December 8, 1965)

Apostolic Constitution on the Sacrament of Anointing the Sick (November 30, 1972)

Confronting the Devil's Power (To a General Audience) (November 15, 1972)

Credo on the People of God (November 15, 1972)

Election of the Roman Pontiff (October 1, 1975)

General Catechetical Directory (April 11, 1971)

On Religious Life (May 23, 1964)

Pastoral Norms for General Sacramental Absolution (June 16, 1972)

Renewal of the Religious Life (June 29, 1971)

Second Vatican Council II Closing Speech (December 8, 1965)

The Eightieth Anniversary of "Rerum Novarum" (Octagesima Adveniens) [Apostolic Letter] (May 14, 1971)

The Sacrament Of Anointing Of The Sick (November 30, 1972)

Pope John Paul II (1978-2005 ) Documents with Latin Titles

A Concilio Constantinopolitano I (For the 1600th Anniversary of the First Council of Constantinople and the 1550th Anniversary of the Council of Ephesus.) (March 25, 1981)

Catechesi Tradendae (On Catechesis in Our Time) (October 16, 1979)

Centesimus Annus (On the Hundredth Anniversary) (May 1, 1991)

Christifideles Laici (On the Vocation and the Mission of the Lay Faithful in the Church and in the World.) (December 30, 1988)

Dignitatis Humanae (Declaration on Religious Freedom)

(December 7, 1965)

Dies Domini (On Keeping the Lord's Day Holy) (May 31, 1998)

Dilecti Amici (On the Occasion of International Youth Year) (March 31, 1985)

Dives in Misericordia (On the Mercy of God) (November 30, 1980)

Divini Amoris Scientia (Saint Thérèse of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face is Proclaimed a Doctor of the Universal Church.) (October 19, 1997)

Dominicae Cenae (On the Mystery and Worship of the Eucharist) (February 24, 1980)

Dominum et Vivificantem (Lord and Giver of Life) (May 18, 1986)

Dominus Iesus (On the Unicity and Salvific Universality of Jesus Christ and the Church) (June 16, 2000)

Ecclesia De Eucharistia (On the Eucharist) (April 17, 2003)

Ecclesia Dei (Unlawful Episcopal Ordination of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre) (July 2, 1988)

Evangelium Vitae (On the Value and Inviolability of Human Life) (March 25, 1995)

Ex Corde Ecclesiae (On Catholic Universities) (August 15, 1990)

Familiaris Consortio (On the Family) (December 15, 1981)

Fidei Depositum (On the Publication of the Catechism of the Catholic Church) (October 11, 1992)

Fides et Ratio (On the Relationship between Faith and Reason) (September 14, 1998)

Iuvenum Patris (On St John Bosco as "Father and Teacher of Youth") (January 31, 1988)

Second Salesian website (Apostolic Letter)

Laborem Exercens (On Human Work) (September 14, 1981)

Misericordia Dei (Apostolic Letter) (April 7, 2002)

Mulieris Dignitatem (Dignity and Vocation of Women) (August 15, 1988)

Novo Millennio Ineunte (On the Beginning of the New Millennium) (January 6, 2001)

Ordinatio Sacerdotalis (Apostolic Letter Reserving Priesthood to Men Alone) (May 22, 1994)

Orientale Lumen (To Mark The Centenary Of Orientalium Dignitas Of Pope Leo XIII) (May 2, 1995)

Pastor Bonus (Apostolic Constitution) (June 28, 1988)

Pastores Dabo Vobis (On the Formation of Priests in the Circumstances of the Present Day.) (March 25, 1992)

Reconciliatio et Paenitentia (On Reconciliation and Penance in the Mission of the Church Today) (December 2, 1984)

Redemptionis Donum (To Men and Women Religious) (March 25, 1984)

Redemptor Hominis (The Redeemer of Man) (March 4, 1979)

Redemptoris Custos (On the Person and Mission of Saint Joseph in the Life of Christ and of the Church) (August 15, 1989)

Redemptoris Mater (Mother of the Redeemer) (March 25, 1987)

Redemptoris Missio (On the Permanent Validity of the Church's Missionary Mandate) (December 7, 1990)

Rosarium Virginis Mariae (Apostolic Letter) (October 16, 2002)

Sacrae Disciplinae Leges (For the Promulgation of the New Code of Canon Law) (January 25, 1983)

Salvific Doloris (On the Christian Meaning of Human Suffering) (February 11, 1984)

Sepientia Christiana (Apostolic Constitution on Ecclesiastical Universities and Faculties) (April 15, 1979)

Sescentesima Anniversaria (On the Occasion of the Sixth Centenary of the "Baptism" of Lithuania) (June 5, 1987)

Slavorum Apostoli (In Commemoration of the Eleventh Centenary of the Evangelizing Work of Saints Cyril and Methodius) (June 2, 1985)

Sollicitudo Rei Socialis (On Social Concerns) (December 30, 1988)

Tertio Mellennio Adveniente (As the Third Millennium Draws Near) (November 10, 1994)

Universi Dominici Gregis (On the Vacancy of the Apostolic See and the Election of the Roman Pontiff) (February 22, 1996)

Ut Unum Sint (That all may be One) (May 25, 1995)

Veritatis Splendor (Splendor of Truth) (October 5, 1993)

Vita Consecrata (On the Consecrated Life and its Mission in the Church and in the World) (March 25, 1996)

Pope Benedict XVI (2005-2013) Documents with Latin Titles

Deus caritas est (God is Love) (December 25, 2005)

Spe salvi (Saved by Hope) (November 30, 2007)

Caritas in veritate (Charity in Truth) (June 29, 2009)

Pope Francis (2013- Present) Documents with Latin Titles

Lumen Fidei (The light of Faith) (June 29, 2013)

Other Documents...

300 th Anniversary of the union of the Greek-Catholic Church of Romania with the Church of Rome (June 20, 2000)

Address to Priests (March 25, 1988)

Angelus/Regina Coeli (Daily Angelus speeches)

Apostolic Letter for the 350 Years of the Union of Uzhorod (April 18, 1996)

Apostolic Letter for the Fourth Centenary of the Union of Brest (November 12, 1996)

Audiences on Original Sin (September 19, 1986)

Christian message in a computer culture (Message of the Holy Father for the XXIV World Communications Day) (January 24, 1990)

Church and Internet (February 22, 2002)

Crossing the Threshold of Hope (1994) [Book]

Dangers of Genetic Manipulation (October 29, 1983)

Ecclesia in Africa (September 14, 1995)

Ecclesia in America (January 22, 1999)

Ecclesia in Asia (November 6, 1999)

Ethics in Internet (February 22, 2002)

Freedom of Conscience and Religion (September 1, 1980)

Homilies (Daily homilies of the Pope)

Jesus Christ the Bearer of the Water of Life (A Christian Reflection on the "New Age") (February 3, 2003)

Letter to Families (February 2, 1994)

Letter to Women (June 29, 1995)

Negotiation: The Only Realistic Solution to the Continuing Threat of War (June 11, 1982)

On Combatting Abortion and Euthanasia (May 19, 1991)

Puebla and Beyond (January 28, 1979)

Speeches (The Pope's daily speeches to various groups.)

Television and the Family (May 15, 1994)

The Church and the Computer Culture (May 27, 1989)

Theology of the Body

General Audiences from September 5, 1979 to November 28, 1984

True Human Love Reflects the Divine (September 25, 1993)

Women: Teachers of Peace (January 1, 1995)

World Day of Peace (On the Ecological Crisis) (January 1, 1990)

Pope Benedict XVI (2005-2013)

Anglicanorum Coetibus (Providing for Personal Ordinariates for Anglicans Entering into Full Communion with the Catholic Church) (November 4, 2009)

Caritas in veritate (Charity in Truth) (June 29, 2009)

Deus Caritas Est (God is Love) (December 25, 2005)

Spe Salvi - (Saved by Hope) (November 30, 2007)

Letter to the Bishops, Priests, Consecrated Persons and Lay Faithful of the Catholic Church in the People's Republic of China(May 27, 2007)

Papal Letter on Society of St. Pius X

Apostolic Letter "Motu Proprio data" Omnium in mentem, modifying some canons of the Code of Canon Law (October 26, 2009)

Apostolic Letter "Motu Proprio data" Ubicumque et semper of the Supreme Pontiff Benedict XVI establishing the Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelization (September 21, 2010)

Letter to Seminarians of Benedict XVI

October 18, 2010

Pontifical Commission Eclesia Dei Instruction
on the application of the Apostolic Letter Summorum Pontificum of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI given
Motu Proprio

(April 30, 2011)

Pope Francis (2013-Present)

Lumen Fidei  (Light of Faith) June 29, 2013

Summary of Lumen Fidei






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