encyclic


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encyclical, encyclic

a letter from the Pope to the Roman Catholic clergy on matters of doctrine or other concerns of the Church, of tenmeant to be read from the pulpit.
See also: Pope
a letter from the Pope to the Roman Catholic clergy on matters of doctrine or other concerns of the Church, of ten meant to be read from the pulpit.
See also: Catholicism
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Two events in the indisputable media reach will be analyzed by comparing the Church's speech with the debates of ideas that they aroused: the initial reception of the encyclic Humanae: Vitae in 1968 and the visit in Canada of pope Jean-Paul II in 1984.
Two events in the indisputable media reach will be analyzed by comparing the Church's speech with the debates of ideas that they aroused : the initial reception of the encyclic Humanoe Vitoe in 1968 and the visit in Canada of Pope Jean-Paul II in 1984.
Homer praised through oratory becomes the hallmark of Hellenism, an indispensable part of the encyclic paideia which rhetoric was seeking to appropriate.