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ANALYTICAL INDEX

 

ABORTION

Illicitness of procured abortion, 155, 233
Abortion, a horrendous crime, 233
Christian parliamentary representatives and abortion laws, 570

ACCEPTANCE

Acceptance of the Church's social doctrine, 75
Acceptance of children, 216
Gratuitousness and acceptance in relationships, 221
Conjugal love and acceptance of life, 230, 232
Relation between spouses and total acceptance, 233
Solidarity in the family and acceptance, 246
Acceptance of the poor, 265
Mutual acceptance between divided peoples, 518

ACTION

Social doctrine and norms for action, 7
The Compendium, ecclesial communities and action, 11
God's presence and historical action, 21
Moral existence and actions of thanksgiving, 22
God the Father, Jesus and Jesus' actions, 29
The Church, humanity and the action of the Holy Spirit, 50
Action, social doctrine and the Church, 65, 67
A just social order and lines of action, 89
Populorum Progressio
and actions of solidarity, 98
Mutual action and universal brotherhood, 145
One's neighbour and the action of the Holy Spirit, 196
Values and the quality of every social action, 205
Charity and individual action, 207
Action of authorities and children, 245
Families and political action, 247, 252
Free action, man and the Creator, 263
Plans of common action and the right to work, 292
Unions and actions of solidarity, 308
Scientists and lines of action, 320
The action of the Holy Spirit and subsidiarity, 351
The action of the Holy Spirit and solidarity, 351
Private freedom and public action, 354, 356
The actions of civil society and the economy, 366
Governments, action and international markets, 370
Economic institutions and strategies of action, 371
Politics, action and national boundaries, 372
Action of public authorities and inequalities, 389
The political community, human rights and action, 389
The State, punishment and criminal actions, 402
Ultimate truth and political action, 407
Subsidiarity and direct action of citizens, 419
Religious freedom, the Church and room for action, 424
The State and the Church's area of action, 427
The action of the God of Israel and the human family, 428
The variety of peoples and God's action, 429
The people of Israel and divine action, 430
Action of international organizations and needs, 440
Public authority and the sphere of action, 441
The Church, the State and spheres of action, 445
Solidarity and action for the common good, 449
Nature and God's creative action, 451
Nature and human action, 473
Action for peace and the Gospel, 493
Violent actions and evangelical charity, 496
Actions of a preventive war, 501
Actions of armed forces and peace, 502
Actions of war and crime, 509
Liturgical prayer and the action of the Church, 519
Pastoral action of the Church and peace, 520
Social doctrine, norms and social action, 522
The Holy Spirit and the actions of Christians, 525
Social doctrine and pastoral action, 526
Pastoral action and the truth about man, 527
Social action and the centrality of the human person, 527
Social doctrine and social action, 528
Catechesis and the action of the Holy Spirit, 529
Social doctrine, action and humanization, 530
Priests and pastoral action, 533, 539
Pastoral action of the Bishop and his priests, 539
Pastoral action and consecrated persons, 540
Laity and the characteristics of action, 544
Prudence, decision and action, 547
Ecclesial communion and the action of the laity, 549
Ecclesial associations and pastoral action, 550
Culture and the social and political action of the laity, 556
The human person and the social action of Christians, 557
The laity, action and the social magisterium, 563
Political action of the laity and guidelines, 565
The action of the Holy Spirit and the human person, 578

ACTIVITY

The human person and human activities, 35, 44
Activity and the transformation of the created order, 44, 262
The activity of transforming and fulfilment, 48
Rerum Novarum
and Christian activity, 89
Work and economic activity, 101
Work, activity and the human person, 101
Ownership of goods and production activity, 178
Participation, activity and the civil community, 189
Modern times and the activity of education, 198
Parents and educational activity, 239
Families and political activity, 247
Keeping house as a recognized activity, 251
The disciples of Christ and activity, 263
Activity and the human body and spirit, 265
Work, burden and reward of activity, 266
Work in the objective sense and activity, 270
Work in the subjective sense and activity, 271
Social nature and human activity, 273
Activity and man created in the image of God, 275
Sundays and abstention from activity, 284
The State and business activities, 291, 351
Activity and the self-organization of society, 293
New types of work activity, 313, 314, 315, 316
Work, creative activity and man, 318
The original goodness of human activity, 325
Economic activity at the service of people, 326, 328
Economic activity and morality, 331
Production activity and efficiency, 332
Economic activity, individuals and peoples, 333
The moral quality of economic activity, 335, 474
Economic activity and the common good, 336, 478
Capital and business activity, 338
Business activities, 339, 344
Profits and economic activity, 340
Economic activity and recourse to usury, 341
Work activity and the family, 345
The State and economic activity, 351
Economic activity and the free market, 352
The State, participation and production activity, 354
Support activities and economic development, 354
Public financing and business activities, 355
International trade and industrial activities, 364
Financial markets and production activities, 368
The economy and human activity, 375
Political authority and free activity, 394
Activities of prison chaplains, 403
Activity of offices and criminal responsibility, 404
Activity of government and civil society, 409
Government activity and information, 414
Legal framework and the activity of social subjects, 418
Activity of civil society, 419
The Church, freedom and her own activity, 426, 427
International activity and the Holy See, 444
Connections between economic activities, 447
Human activity and God's will, 456
Human activity and the good of humanity, 457
The moral order and human activity, 461
Economic activity and the environment, 468, 470
Scientific activity and biotechnology, 477
Calamities and uncontrolled human activity, 482
Activity and the removal of land- mines, 510
Terrorist activity, 514
Social doctrine and catechetical activity, 529
Social catechesis, activity and responsibility, 530
Definitive goods, the laity and earthly activity, 544
The religious dimension and activity, 559
The social magisterium and economic activity, 563
The State and the activity of communities of believers, 572

ADMINISTRATION

Administration and the work of justice, 326, 355
Administration and service to citizens, 412
Administration and education, 447
Believers and local administration, 565

ADOLESCENTS

Adolescent soldiers and rehabilitation, 512

ADOPTION

Adoption of children and the family, 212, 246

AGENCY

Education and civil and ecclesial agencies, 240
International agencies and coexistence of nations, 440
Biotechnology and national agencies, 476

AGING (see also ELDERLY, OLD AGE)

The northern hemisphere and the aging of the population, 483

AGRICULTURE - RURAL

Pope John XXIII, agriculture and signs of the time, 94
Developing countries and access to land, 180
The Church and agricultural societies, 267
Rerum Novarum
and the birth of rural banks, 268
Changes in agriculture and agricultural work, 299
Redistribution of land and agrarian reform, 300
Agricultural ventures and family businesses, 339
Science, technology and agriculture, 458, 459
Biotechnology and agriculture, 472
Agricultural production and the primary needs of all, 486

ALIENATE - ALIENATION

Alienated man and transcendence, 47
Alienation and sin, 116
Man and alienating work, 272
Alienation, work and a supportive community, 280
The market as an alienating institution, 348
Economic freedom, alienation and the human person, 350
Rich countries and alienation, 374
Primacy of doing over having and alienation, 462

ALMS

Alms to the poor and brotherly love, 184

ANTHROPOLOGY

Social doctrine and Christian anthropology, 9
Genesis and Christian anthropology, 37
Evangelisation and the anthropological order, 66
Gaudium et Spes
and an anthropological vision, 96
Anthropology, male and female, 146
The social contract and false anthropology, 149*
Justice and Christian anthropology, 202
Anthropology and homosexual unions, 228
The anthropological order and female fertility, 233
Work and anthropological foundations, 322
Christian anthropology and work, 522
Anthropology and the inculturation of the faith, 523
Christian anthropology and the human person, 527
Christian anthropology and discernment, 527
Lay action and anthropological realities, 543
Anthropology and historical cultural forms, 558

ARMS - ARMED - UNARMED - WEAPONS

Children and armed conflicts, 245, 512
Resistance to power and recourse to arms, 401
Armed conflict and tyranny, 401
The human family and the force of arms, 432
The environment, the poor and armed conflicts, 481
The modern world and unarmed prophets, 496
Armed conflict and destruction, 497
An attacked State, defence and the use of arms, 500
International legitimisation and armed force, 501
Legitimate defence and armed forces, 502
Armed forces and the law of nations, 503
Conscience and the refusal to use arms, 503
Arms stockpiling and peace, 508
Arms and deterrence, 508
The arms trade, 508, 510, 511
Arms and mass destruction, 509
Arms with traumatic effects, 510
Light weapons and individuals, 511
Truth regarding crimes and armed conflicts, 518

ARTISANS

The work of artisans, 315
Commercial undertakings featuring the work of artisans, 339
Social doctrine and businesses featuring the work of artisans, 339

ASSISTANCE

The Church and the assistance of the Holy Spirit, 104
The marriage union and assistance, 216
The elderly and the need of assistance, 222
The family and the right to assistance, 237
Rerum Novarum
and assistance organizations, 268
The world of work and social assistance, 314
Assistance to victims of landmines, 510

ASSOCIATION

Rerum Novarum and professional associations, 89, 268
Quadragesimo Anno
and associations, 91
Associations and participation, 151, 189
Associations and expressions of social life, 165
Associations and human dignity, 185
Associations and the principle of subsidiarity, 187
Families and associations, 231
Family associations, 247
Strikes and union associations, 304
Unions and the right to form associations, 305
Forms of worker associations, 307
Worker associations and solidarity, 309
Worker associations and responsibility, 309
The State, free associations and democratic life, 418
The Church and the freedom to form associations, 426
International life and associations in society, 443
Worldwide private associations, 443
Peace and forms of associations within society, 495
Modern Christians and associations, 538
Priesthood and ecclesial associations, 539
Lay formation and lay associations, 549
Ecclesial associations and social involvement, 550
Activity of the laity, both as individuals and in association, 550
Specialized associations and Christian mission, 550
The economy and associations of Christian inspiration, 564
Associations of Christian inspiration, 564

AUTHORITY - AUTHORITIES

The magisterium and the authority received from Christ, 79
The moral authority of Pope Pius XII, 92
Pacem in Terris
and public authorities, 95
The human person and projects imposed by external authority133
The common good and political authority, 168
Particular goods and functions of public authority, 169
Subsidiarity, authority and the family, 214
Authority and the importance of marriage, 229
Public authorities in the area of population growth, 234
Authority, parents and instruments of formation, 240
Authority, subsidies and educational institutions, 241
Parents and the exercise of authority, 242
Authority and the dignity of children, 245
Authority, rest and divine worship, 286
Public authorities, subsidiarity and solidarity, 351
Authority and business forces, 354
The magisterium and international public authority, 365
Authority and educational and cultural work, 376
Jesus and the authorities of his time, 379
Saint Paul, duties of Christians and authorities, 380
Authority, service of God and the good of the human person, 380
Authority and a calm and tranquil life, 381, 394
Human authority, domination and service, 383
Public authorities and rights of the person, 389
Limitations of political authority, 392
Authority and people's social nature, 393
Political authority and civil society, 393
Authority and the free activity of individuals, 394
Political authority and the people, 395
Authority and the moral law, 396
Authority and human and moral values, 397
Authority and just laws, 398
Conscience and prescriptions of civil authorities, 399
Resistance to authority, 400
Resistance to oppression by political authority, 401
Public authority and punishment, 402
Democracy, political authority and the people, 408
Political authority and the function of synthesis, 409
Authority and recourse to the virtues, 410
Limitations of religious freedom and authority, 422
Juridical authority and international law, 439
The magisterium and universal authority, 441
The Holy See, sovereign authority, 444
The authority of States and papal legates, 445
Dialogue between Christians and civil authorities, 445
Authority and the precautionary principle, 469
Public authorities and biotechnology, 479
Authorities and social doctrine, 534
The exercise of authority and service, 567
Claiming the authority of the Church, 574

AUTONOMY (see also AUTONOMY OF THE STATE)

Autonomy of earthly realities, 45, 46
Autonomy of the Church and the political community, 50, 424
Conscience and alleged autonomy, 139
Social pluralism and autonomy, 151, 188
Private property and personal autonomy, 176
Autonomy of earthly realities and the Church, 197
Freedom and personal autonomy, 199
Worker participation and autonomy, 281
Youth, work and autonomous activity, 290
The market and room for autonomy, 349
Autonomous economic freedom and the human person, 350
The State and the autonomy of different parties, 351
Authority and the autonomy of citizens, 354
Subsidiarity and the autonomy of subjects, 357
Community members and autonomy, 385
Minorities and autonomy, 387
Civil society and autonomous relations, 417
The Church, autonomy and the democratic order, 424
The Church, autonomy and the political community, 425
Man, autonomous existence and transcendence, 464
Scientific autonomy and countries, 475
The autonomy of earthly realities and the laity, 565, 569
The laity and the autonomy of the moral law, 571

AUTONOMY OF THE STATE

Political commitment of Catholics and autonomy of the State, 571
Social magisterium and autonomy of the State, 571
Principle of autonomy of the State and political relevance of faith, 572
Principle of autonomy of the State and spiritual traditions, 572

AWARENESS

Jesus' awareness of being the Son, 29
The family and awareness of being protagonists, 247
Civil society and a more mature awareness, 366
The economy and awareness of interdependence, 373
The information system and increasing people's awareness, 415
Israel and the awareness of its role, 430
Awareness and the imbalance between man and nature, 454
Christians and awareness of biotechnology, 472
Development and awareness of the good, 527
Awareness of inviolable and universal rights, 575

BARTERING - see EXCHANGE

BATTLE (see also STRUGGLE, FIGHT, RECOURSE TO ARMS, EFFORT TO DESTROY)

The Church, the battle for peace and prayer, 519

BENEFITS

Love, cooperation and many benefits, 499

BIOCENTRISM

A correct understanding of the environment and biocentrism, 463

BIOTECHNOLOGY

Biotechnology, hopes and hostility, 472
Biotechnological techniques, biogenetics and ethics, 473
Biotechnology, justice and solidarity, 474
International solidarity and biotechnology, 475
Developing countries and biotechnology, 476
Scientists, techniques and biotechnology, 477
Trade in biotechnology, 478
Politics, legislators and biotechnology, 479
Information and biotechnology, 480

BIRTH

Natural methods and birth regulation, 233
The northern hemisphere and birth rates, 483

BISHOP

The Compendium, Bishops and Episcopal Conferences, 7
The Compendium intended first of all for Bishops, 11
Social doctrine, magisterium and bishops, 79
Social teaching, bishops and popes, 80, 87
Mit Brennender Sorge
and German Bishops, 92
The bishop and evangelisation of society, 539
The bishop and spreading social doctrine, 539

BISHOPS' CONFERENCE

Bishops' Conferences and the Compendium, 7, 8

BODY - BODILY - BODILINESS (see also CORPOREAL, SOCIAL BODY)

Earthly realities and the Body of Christ, 11
The whole man, body and soul, 13
The Church, the Body of Christ, 32, 327
Social doctrine and the ecclesial body, 79
Man, unity of body and soul, 127
The handicapped and limitation affecting the body, 148
Humanity united to God as his body, 219
Activity and the body, 265
Holiday rest and the dimension of the body, 284
Economic laws and the capacities of the body, 330
Political authority, intermediate bodies and moral order, 394
Representative bodies and control, 408
Preventive war and competent bodies, 501
Sanctions and competent bodies of the international community, 507
Crimes and international judicial bodies, 518
Anthropology, Spirit and body, 522

BROTHERHOOD - see FRATERNAL

BUREAUCRACY - BUREAUCRATIZATION

Subsidiarity and bureaucratization, 187
Participation and burgeoning bureaucracies, 191
Public agencies and bureaucratic logic, 354
Administration and bureaucratization, 412

BUSINESS - VENTURE (see also BUSINESS OWNER)

The Church and the world of business, 70
Pope Pius XII and attention to the business class, 93
Employment, the State and business activities, 291
Business initiatives and the third sector, 293
Businesses, work policies and the family, 294
Remunerated work and factories or workshops, 302
Unions, workers and business mergers, 308
Organizational models in big business, 309
Businesses and flexibility of the job market, 312
Decentralization of production and businesses, 315
Components of business, 330
The market economy and the role of business, 335
Businesses, the common good and social function, 338
Businesses as a society of capital and of persons, 338
Small and medium-sized businesses, 339
Artisan enterprises, agriculture and family-based businesses, 339
Agricultural ventures, 339
Business enterprise and social ecology of work, 340
Businesses, profit and protection of the person, 340, 347
Businesses today and new responsibilities, 342, 344
Creativity and business competition, 343
Difficult decisions and businesses, 343, 344
Workers, a business' most valuable asset, 344
Business activities and responsibility, 344
Businesses and families, 345
The State, economic activity and businesses, 351
The State, businesses and the common good, 354
The State and business forces, 354
Public spending and business activities, 355
Consumers and business products, 359

BUSINESS OWNER

Relations between workers and business owners, 279
Unions and business owners, 305
Roles of business owners and management, 344
Business owners, work activity and the family, 345
Business owners, biotechnology and the common good, 478
Ecclesial associations and business owners, 550
The economy and associations of business owners, 564

CANCELLATION

The sabbatical year and the cancellation of debts, 24

CAPITAL

The worker question, capital and labour, 91
Capital, labour and cooperation, 273
Capital and human activity, 276
Capital, means of production and businesses, 276
Capital and financial resources, 276
Human capital, 276
Social capital, 276
Relationship between labour and capital, 277
Labour, capital and man, 278
Conflicts between labour and capital, 279
Workers and ownership of capital, 281
Labour, capital and private ownership, 282
Ownership of capital and new technologies, 283
The production process, labour and capital, 306
Businesses as societies of capital, 338
Businesses, capital and labour, 338
Business owners and care for capital, 344
Global society and the circulation of capital, 361
Capital and closing the gap between rich and poor countries, 363
The global market of capital, 368
Mobility of capital and resources, 368
International markets of capital and governments, 370
Capital, foreign debt and trade, 482

CAPITALISM

Work and a capitalistic orientation, 267
Social doctrine and capitalism, 335

CATHOLIC COMMUNITY - see CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY

CHARITY (see also LOVE)

Charity and its works, 56
Links of charity and the evangelical order, 66
Obligations of charity in society, 83
The perfecting of justice through charity, 89
The new social order and charity, 91
Evangelical charity and the evils of communism, 92
Social charity, 103, 194*
Injustices and sin against charity, 137
Charity and the distribution of the goods of creation, 171
Option for the poor and charity, 182
Solidarity and charity, 196, 196*
Social charity and politics, 207, 208
Conjugal charity, 220
Those who have remarried after divorce and charity, 226
Integral education and the virtue of charity, 242
Human work and charity, 266
Sundays and charitable activity, 285
Structures of sin and charity, 332
The duty of charity and purchasing power, 359
Charity enlightens political life, 392
Charity, power and the spirit of service, 410
Universal charity and international cooperation, 448
Sharing the goods of the earth and charity, 481
Evangelical charity and unarmed prophets, 496
Consecrated persons and pastoral charity, 540
Commitment of the laity and evangelical charity, 543, 551
Society and social charity, 552
Political choices and charity, 573
Believers and mutual charity, 574
Charity, the mistress and queen of the virtues, 581
Charity, the greatest social commandment, 583

CHILD - CHILDREN - SON - DAUGHTER

Love, fundamental rights and children, 5
The Church and humanity's unity as children of the Father, 19, 39, 46
God the Father and the unity of his children in the Spirit, 31, 122
Union of the Divine Persons and of God's children, 35, 255
The salvation of God and his children's response, 39
The children of God raised in Christ, 56
The right to have and rear children, 155
Human rights and child soldiers, 158
Child soldiers and armed conflicts, 158, 245, 512
The family and children, 210, 212, 216, 227, 237
The family, the human person and the child, 212
Marriage and the adoption of children, 218
Marriage and children, 218, 225
Divorced who are remarried and children, 226
The Church and the divorced who are remarried, her children, 226
Givers of life and the presence of children, 230
Intergenerational solidarity and the child, 230
Judgment and the number of children, 234
Parenthood and the right to children, 235
The family and education of children, 239, 240, 242
Children and fundamental virtues, 242
Children and the meaning of sexuality, 243
The dignity and rights of children, 244
The situation of children in the world, 245
Trafficking in children, 245
Child labour, 245
Street children, 245
Child marriage, 245
Children and pornography, 245
Children, exploitation and paedophilia, 245
Political action and the education of children, 253
Work and the nation of which one is son or daughter, 274
Work and the process of educating children, 294
Child labour and family income, 296
Work conditions for children, 301
The Lord and the sons of Zebedee, 379
Jesus, the disciples and the trust of children, 453
Peacemakers, children of God, 492
Peace to men and women, children of the one God, 536
The Gospel and the freedom of the children of God, 576
The lay faithful, children of the promise, 579

CHRIST - see JESUS CHRIST

CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY - ECCLESIAL COMMUNITY - COMMUNITY OF BELIEVERS - CATHOLIC COMMUNITY - RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY (see also CHURCH, COMMUNITY)

The Compendium and the Christian community, 11
The Church and new Christian communities, 50
Ecclesial communities, places of communion, 52
The Christian community and social relations, 53
Social doctrine and ecclesial communities, 79, 83
Mater et Magister
and the Christian community, 94
Gaudium et Spes
and the community of believers, 96
Justitia et Pax
and the Catholic community, 99
The magisterium and the Christian community, 104
The family and the religious community, 213
The divorced who are remarried and the community, 226, 226*
Christian communities and the family, 229
Social doctrine and the competence of the community, 529
Christian communities and the civil and political community, 534
Priests and the Christian community, 539
The autonomy of the State and the community of believers, 572
Social and political choices and the Christian community, 574

CHURCH

The Church, a pilgrim people and Christ, 1
The Church, the Gospel and the third millennium, 2
The Church, the Gospel and social doctrine, 3, 7, 13
The Church, social doctrine and love, 5
Social teaching and the Church, 8, 61
The Church's commitment and humanity's fate, 8
The Church and the secular dimension, 10
The Compendium and brethren of other Churches, 12
The Compendium, an act of service of the Church, 14
The Church, humanity and history, 18
The Church and integral and solidary humanism, 19
The Church, the Lord and the centre of history, 31
Trinitarian life in the Church, 32, 327
The Church and the transcendence of the human person, 49
The Church and the unity of the human race, 49
The Church, salvation and Jesus Christ, 49
The Church and the beginning of the Kingdom of Christ, 49
The Church and new Christian communities, 50
The Church, the Kingdom and Gospel values, 50
The Church and the political community, 50, 425
The Church and the saving and eschatological purpose, 51
The Church and totalitarian temptation, 51
The Church, standing with every man and woman, 60
The Church, sacrament of God's love, 60
The Church, expert in humanity, 61, 62
Man as the primary and fundamental way for the Church, 62, 65
Social doctrine, the Church and proclamation, 63
The Church, social doctrine and mission, 64, 65
Social doctrine, evangelisation and the Church, 66
Social doctrine, the prophetic office and the Church, 67
Social doctrine, ministry of service and the Church, 67
The Church and the competence that comes from the Gospel, 68, 81
The Church, rights and duties and social doctrine, 69
The Church's right to evangelise, 70
The duty of the Church and social matters, 71
The Church and judging human realities, 71
The tradition of the Church and social doctrine, 74
The Church, human knowledge and science, 78
Social doctrine belongs to the Church, 79
Magisterium, the Church and social doctrine, 79
Moral teaching and the Church, 80
The Church and a global vision of man, 81, 82, 522
The laity and the secular mission of the Church, 83
Social doctrine and the Church's sons and daughters, 84
Social doctrine and other Churches, 84
The Church, Mother and Teacher and mankind, 86
Social doctrine, corpus and the Church, 87, 162
The Church and the industrial revolution, 88, 267
Citizen status of the Church, 90, 521
The Church and the German Reich, 92
The Church and cooperation with men and women, 94
Gaudium et Spes
, the Church and the world, 96
Organisms of the Church and social justice, 99
The Church and the World Days of Peace, 99, 520
The Church, social doctrine and pastoral concern, 104
The Church and man, the living image of God, 105
The Church, social nature and the human person, 106
The Church and the dignity of the human person, 107
The Church and reductionist conceptions of man, 125
The Church and the unity of body and soul, 129
Presence of women in the Church, 146
The Church and human rights, 152, 159
The Church and the principles of social doctrine, 160, 161
The Church and the principle of the common use of goods, 172
The Church and the option for the poor, 182, 184, 449
The Church and works of mercy, 184
The Church and the relationship between love and justice, 184
The Church and expressions of social life, 186
The Church and the autonomy of earthly realities, 197
The Church and the family, 211
The Church and the spousal love of Christ, 219
The family, a domestic Church or little Church, 220
The Church and teaching regarding sexuality, 224
The Church and those who are divorced and remarried, 226
Rerum Novarum
, the Church and work, 269
The Church, capital and labour, 277
The Church, unemployment and work, 287
The Church and human needs, 318
The Church, Christ and the universe, 383
The Church and concepts of authority, 393
The Church and the death penalty, 405
The Church and democratic systems, 406
The Church, the political community and civil society, 417
The Church and social pluralism, 417
The Catholic Church and religious freedom, 421
The Church, the State and religious organizations, 423
The Church and the political community, 424, 425, 427, 445
The Church, intimately linked with humanity, 426
The Church and juridical recognition, 426
The Church and the human race, 431
The Church and relations among peoples, 433
The Church and the international community, 440
The Church and the sovereignty of the Holy See, 444
Church legates and the authority of States, 445
The Church and the poverty of billions of people, 449
The Church, progress, science and technology, 457, 458
The Church and violence, 496
The Church and refugees, 505
The Church and peace in the world and for the world, 516
The Church, peace, forgiveness and reconciliation, 517
The Church and prayer for peace, 519
The Church and the power of Christianity to bring renewal, 521
The Church and inculturation, 523
The Church, social doctrine and social pastoral activity, 524, 525, 527, 530, 533
The Church and dialogue with Jewish brothers and sisters, 536
The Church and dialogue with other religions, 537
The Church and the spirit of Assisi, 537
The Church and the commitment of the people of God, 538
The Church and the commitment of the bishop, 539
The Church and the commitment of the laity, 541, 549, 550
The Church and human promotion, 552
The Church and culture, 554, 560
The Church and social communications, 562
The Church and the autonomy of the State, 571
The Church and the political commitment of Christians, 572, 573, 574
The Church and the ultimate meaning of existence, 576
The Church and good and evil, 578

CITIZEN - CITIZENSHIP

The citizenship status of the Church, 90, 251
Social sin, the common good and citizens, 118
The common good and the contribution of citizens, 168
Subsidiarity and the subjectivity of citizen, 185, 187
Participation and citizens, 189, 191
Participative democracy and citizens, 190, 403
The family and the well-being of citizens, 229
The family, education and free citizens, 238
Authority, divine worship and citizens, 286
The State, the right to work and citizens, 291
Income and the needs of citizens, 303
The economy and the subjectivity of citizens, 336
The State, the market and the growth of citizens, 353
The economy and the participation of citizens, 354
The political community, citizens and rights and duties, 389
Authority, the moral order and citizens, 394, 398, 399
The excessive length of trials and citizens, 404
Democracy and the control exercised by citizens, 409
Political corruption and citizens, 411
Public administration and citizens, 412
Political parties, referendums and citizens, 413
Civil society, the common good and citizens, 417
The political community and the direct action of citizens, 419
Religious freedom and the rights of citizens, 422
The Church, the political community and citizens, 425
Political communities and the common good of citizens, 434
The world community and citizens, 441
A healthy and safe environment, the State and citizens, 468
Information, biotechnology and citizens, 480
Political prudence and citizens, 548*
The faithful as citizens, 550
Believers and the duties of citizenship, 565
The laity, power and trust of fellow citizens, 567

CITY

Evangelising the social sector and the city of man, 63
Spirituality and man in the city of man, 128
The common good and city life, 165
Poverty and the polluted suburbs of cities, 482
Arms of mass destruction and cities, 509

CIVIL COMMUNITY (see also COMMUNITY)

The vision of man and civil community, 133
Social pluralism and civil community, 151
The majority and the good of civil community, 169
Participation and civil community, 189
Participative democracy and civil community, 190
The family nucleus and civil community, 229
Public spending and civil community, 355
The Christian community and civil community, 534

CIVIL SOCIETY (see also SOCIETY)

The State and civil society, 168, 188
Civil society, a sum of relationships, 185, 417
Non-public schools, service to civil society, 241
Civil society, the State and the market, 356
Civil society and economic democracy, 356
Political parties and civil society, 413
Political community and civil society, 417, 418
Civil society and public ethics, 420
Civil society and public opinion, 443

CIVILIZATION

The place of man in civilization, 14
The family, the culture of life and anti-civilization, 231
Quantitative development and the civilization of consumption, 334
Technological civilization, man and the environment, 461
Autonomy of the State, the inheritance of civilization, 571
Christianity and the foundations of civilization, 572

CIVILIZATION OF LOVE

The principle of solidarity and the civilization of love, 103
Justice and the civilization of love, 391
Love, the civilization of love and peace, 582

CLASS

Rerum Novarum and the class struggle, 89
Quadragesimo Anno
and the class struggle, 91
Equality of all people and class, 144
Equality between social classes, 145
Rerum Novarum
, cooperation and classes, 268
Capital, hired labour and social classes, 277
Unions, structure and class struggle, 306
Technological innovations and the working class, 313

CLONING

Cloning and social and cultural relevance, 236
Human cloning and the magisterium, 236

CLOSE (see also PRESENCE)

Social doctrine and close relationships, 161
Love, social ethics and close relationships, 204

COLLECTIVE

The Compendium and choices made at the collective level, 10
Nature and collective responsibility, 16
The collective identity of the Lord's people, 21
Jesus and history as a collective effort, 170, 327
Capital and the cooperation of a collective group, 276
Striking, collective refusal and rendering services, 304
Collective goods and market mechanisms, 356
Consumers, collective decisions and producers, 359
The collective conscience and the moral law, 397
The political community and the collective common good, 434
Collective effort and God's will, 456
Human power and collective responsibility, 457
Environment, a collective good, 466
Collective activity and the order of creation, 481
Collective responsibility, war and development, 498

COLLECTIVISM - COLLECTIVITY

Developing countries and systems based on collectivities, 180
The family and drifting off into collectivism, 213
Fraternity and collectivistic ideologies, 390

COLONIALISM

Globalisation and new colonialism, 366
The foreign debt and economic neo-colonialism, 450

COMMANDMENT - THE TEN COMMANDMENTS - DECALOGUE

The Ten Commandments, duties and rights, 22
The Ten Commandments and life in society, 22
The Decalogue and the development of society, 23
The Decalogue and God's will, 25
The first and second commandment of Jesus, 40
Natural and divine law and the Ten Commandments, 22, 140
The Decalogue of Assisi for peace, 515*

COMMERCE (see also TRADE, EXCHANGE)

Interdependence and increased commerce, 192
Commerce and pornographic material, 245
Businesses and commercial bonds, 344
Commercialisation of biotechnology, 474, 475, 478

COMMON GOOD

The Compendium and the common good, 12
The common good, guarantee of personal good, 61
The common good and social doctrine, 77
Duties of justice and the common good, 92
Professional categories and the common good, 93
Public authorities and the universal common good, 95
Social sin and the common good, 118
Stable groups and the common good, 150
The common good and social pluralism, 151
International law, the common good of humanity, 157
Excessive affirmation of equality and the common good, 158
The principle of the common good, 160, 164, 165
The common good, the good of all people and the whole person, 165
Demands of the common good, 166
The common good, a difficult good to attain, 167
The common good and the commitment of society, 167
The State and the common good, 168, 169
The common good and the ultimate ends of the human person, 170
The common good and the dimension of transcendence, 170
The common good and the destination of goods, 171
The social function of ownership and the common good, 178
Material goods and the common good, 181
Private initiative and the common good, 187
The common good and the principle of subsidiarity, 188
Participation and the common good, 189
Solidarity and the common good, 193, 194, 582
Justice and the common good, 193
Freedom and the common good, 200
Social charity and the common good, 207
Children, a portion of the common good, 230
The family and the common good, 238
Work and the common good, 266, 287
Intermediate bodies and the common good, 281
The common good of all and holidays, 286
Full employment and the common good, 302
Strikes and the common good, 304
Unions and the common good, 305, 306, 307
The common good, wealth and happiness, 334
The State, economic initiative and the common good, 336
Businesses and the common good, 338
Businesses, the common good and the environment, 340
The free market and the common good, 348
Economic policies and the common good, 354
Public spending and the common good, 355
Civil society and the common good, 356
The common good and the distribution of wealth, 363
The common good and international economic relations, 364
The world financial system and the common good, 371
Politics and the horizon of the common good, 372
Authority and the common good, 380, 394, 396, 398, 409, 410, 567
Members of the political community and the common good, 384
The people and the common good, 385
Minorities and the common good of the State, 387
The common good and rights and duties of the person, 388, 389
The political community and the common good, 391, 392
Recourse to arms and the common good of a country, 401
The common good, crimes and punishment, 402
The death penalty and the common good, 405
Democratic procedures and the common good, 407
Political choices and the common good, 411
The State and the common good, 412
Political parties and the common good, 413
Information and the common good, 415
The good of the person and the common good, 416
Civil society and the common good, 417, 418
Religious freedom and the common good, 422
Political communities and the temporal common good, 424
The universal common good, 432
The international community and the universal common good, 433
The common good, the Nation and humanity, 434
States, universal principles and the common good, 437
World political authority and the common good, 441
International organizations and the common good, 442
The Holy See, the common good and the human family, 444
International cooperation and the common good, 448
Goods of creation and the common good, 468
Biotechnology and the common good, 476, 478, 479
Peace and the common good, 494, 518
The use of force and the common good, 500
The laity and service of the common good, 531
Culture and the common good, 556
The laity, political action and the common good, 565, 571, 573
The common good and the spiritual end of the human person, 573
Believers and the common good, 574

COMMUNITY (see also CIVIL COMMUNITY, POLITICAL COMMUNITY, CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY, FAMILY COMMUNITY, INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY, SOCIAL COMMUNITY)

Humanism and the human community, 19
Human transcendence and community, 47
Evangelisation, promotion and community, 66
The Church and the human community, 68, 82
Mater et Magister
and community, 94
Religious freedom and community, 97, 421
Sin, the human person and community, 117
Social sin and community, 118
Man, a community being, 126
Man as a person and as a community, 133
The natural law and the human community, 142
Human dignity and forms of community, 145
Community life, a human characteristic, 149
The rights of nations and community life, 157
Principles of social doctrine and community, 161
The community dimension of the moral good, 164
Indigenous peoples and community property, 180
Property, benefits and community, 181
The human community and works of mercy, 184
Civil society and the community of persons, 185, 186, 187
Democracy and community life, 190, 191
Truth, social relations and community, 198
Charity and the good of the community, 208
The family and community, 213
The family and growth of the community, 221
Gender identity, community and the individual, 224
Educational work and the community dimension, 240
Priority of the family and community, 254
Work and membership in a community, 264
Man, work and community energies, 266
Alienation in the workplace and a supportive community, 280
Worker participation and community, 281
New organization of work and community life, 311
Work in small businesses and community, 315
The community vision of businesses, 338, 339, 340
Business competition and community, 343
Innovations, the community and knowledge, 359
International solidarity and community, 367
The economy and human communities, 369
The community and the materialistic dimension, 375
Government and human communities, 383
The community, personal good and the common good, 391
Political society and the value of community, 392
Political authority and community, 394
The media and community, 415, 416, 562
Volunteer work and the good of the community, 420
Genesis, the human being and community, 428
Covenant and the human community, 429
Ideologies and the community dimension, 433
The Church, civil authority and the human community, 445
Development, community and the human family, 446
Nature, the Creator and the human community, 473
Conscientious objectors and community, 503
The teaching of the Church and community, 521
Social doctrine, the laity and the community in which they live, 531
Lay associations and community, 549
The laity and community discernment, 568
The need for meaning and national communities, 575

COMMUNITY OF BELIEVERS - see CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY OF PEOPLES - see INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY

CONFLICT

People, love of God and conflict, 4
State of conflict, God and man, 46
Rerum Novarum
and conflict, 88
The situation of children and armed conflict, 245
Conflict between labour and capital, 279
Striking and resolution of conflicts, 304
The question of minorities and conflict, 387
The media and conflicts, 416
Cooperation and a mentality of conflict, 420
Conflicts between the Church and the political community, 427
Conflicts between political communities and war, 438
The international community and resolution of conflicts, 439
The Holy See and mediation in conflicts, 444
The environment, poverty and armed conflict, 482
Access to drinking water and conflicts, 484
Peace and the prevention of conflicts, 495
War and new conflicts, 497
Solutions to war and international conflicts, 498
Seeking out the causes of bellicose conflicts, 498
International organizations and conflicts, 499
Conscientious objectors and conflict, 503
Humanitarian law and conflicts, 504
Light weapons, individuals and conflicts, 511
Child and adolescent soldiers and conflicts, 512
Terrorism, humanitarian law and conflicts, 513
Religious differences and cause of conflict, 516
Forgiveness, reconciliation and conflicts, 517
Judicial bodies and crimes committed during conflicts, 518

CONSCIENCE - CONSCIENTIOUS

The Compendium, the whole person and conscience, 13
Conscience and the dimension of gratuitousness, 20
Conscience, the Church and evangelisation, 71
Evangelisation and individual consciences, 71
Social doctrine, the world and Christian conscience, 73
Conscience, the concept of social doctrine, 77
The task of the Church, faith and conscience, 78
Social doctrine, formation and conscience, 81
Conscience and duties of justice and charity, 83
Conscience and norms of social doctrine, 84
The magisterium, Pope Pius XII and universal conscience, 93
The human person and conscience, 131
Being the watchful conscience of society, 134
The judgment of conscience, 139
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and conscience, 152*
Conscience and the truth of society, 163
Workers, personality and conscience, 301
Unions, education and social conscience, 307
Parents and the transformation of consciences, 328
Means, ends and the individual conscience, 348
Power and reasons of conscience, 380
The created order, God and conscience, 383, 384
Citizens, conscience and authority, 394
Scepticism and collective conscience, 397
Unjust laws and problems of conscience, 399
Unjust laws and conscientious objection, 399
Society, the State and acting against conscience, 421
Freedom and conscience, 422
Universal law and the conscience of humanity, 436
Poverty and the human and Christian conscience, 449
Scientists and a clear and honest conscience, 477
Conscientious objectors, 503
Principles of humanity and conscience, 505
Formation of a political conscience, 531
Priests, community and conscience, 539
The faithful as citizens and Christian conscience, 550
Discernment and personal conscience, 550
Freedom of conscience and the good of society, 553
The human person and values of conscience, 558
Christian conscience and political commitment, 566, 570, 571, 572, 574
The Gospel and the dignity of the conscience, 576

CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTION - CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS

Right to conscientious objection, 399
Conscientious objectors, 503

CONSECRATED PERSONS - see MEN AND WOMEN RELIGIOUS

CONSENSUS

Democracy and general consensus on values, 407
War and consensus on humanitarian principles, 505

CONSENT

Marriage and mutual consent, 215
Political authority and consent of the people, 385

CONSUME - CONSUMER - CONSUMPTION (see also CONSUMERISM)

Social alienation and forms of consumption, 47
The treasures of the earth are consumed, 260
Production plants and markets where goods are consumed, 310
The economy and consumption of material goods, 331
The quality of merchandise to be consumed, 345
Private and public consumers, 346
Consumer demands and justice, 347
Man as consumer, 350
Consumers and purchasing power, 358
Consumers and producers, 359
Life-styles and consumer choices, 360, 486
Future generations and excessive consumption, 360
People and consumer mechanisms, 374, 375
Consumption and educational and cultural work, 376, 486
The environment and consumption, 470
Products of biotechnology and consumers, 480

CONSUMERISM (see also CONSUMER)

Wealth, development and consumerism, 334
The phenomenon of consumerism, 360
Development in terms of consumerism, 462
Christians and lifestyles based on consumerism, 554
The media and consumerist solutions, 560

CONTRACEPTION - CONTRACEPTIVE

The rejection of recourse to contraceptive methods, 233
Economic assistance and campaigns of contraception, 234

CONTROL - CONTROLLED - UNCONTROLLED

Freedom and the uncontrolled exercise of autonomy, 199
Democracy and social controls, 408, 409
The media and political control, 409
Intergovernmental structures and control, 442
The environment and State control, 468
Controlled disarmament, 508
Nuclear disarmament and international controls, 509
Controlling the production of light weapons, 511
The media and ideological control, 557

COOPERATION

Moral existence and cooperation, 22
Capital, labour and cooperation, 91
World economic cooperation, 94
International law and cooperation between peoples, 157
The nation and international cooperation, 166
Cooperation with the Son and work, 263
The self-organization of society and cooperation, 293
Businesses and cooperation between the partners in labour, 339
Cooperation and business competition, 343
The poor and policies of international cooperation, 364
Minorities, cooperation and the State, 387
Cooperation and civil society, 419
Cooperation and the mentality of competition, 420
Peoples and cooperation, 432
Development and cooperation, 446, 447, 448
God, the duty to cooperate and creation, 460
International cooperation and ecological problems, 481
Anti-personnel landmines and cooperation, 510
Cooperation and the ecumenical journey, 535

COOPERATIVES

Rerum Novarum and the birth of cooperatives, 268
Cooperative enterprises and labour, 339

CORPOREAL - CORPOREALITY (see also INCORPORATED, BODY)

Salvation, the corporeal dimension and the human person, 38, 65
The human person, a spiritual and corporeal being, 75
Corporeality and the material world, 128, 129
The power of Christ and man's corporeal being, 455

CORRUPTION

Forms of corruption and negative influences, 192
The democratic system and political corruption, 411
Corruption, underdevelopment and poverty, 447
Corruption and the debt crisis, 450

CREATION - CREATE (see also CREATOR, CREATURE)

Principle of creation, 26
God's action and the meaning of creation, 27
Every person is created by God, 35
Creation and human identity, 36
Man and woman, the “thou” created by God, 36
God's plan of creation and the human person, 37
The natural law and the created universe, 37, 140
Salvation, resurrection and creation, 38, 44, 56
Disciples of Christ, a new creation, 41
The human person and the created universe, 47, 130
Theological relativity and creation, 48
Order, creation and the supernatural, 64
The visible world, created by God, 64
Plan of creation and of redemption, 66
Social doctrine, God's plan and creation, 74
Faith, reason, the divine plan and creation, 75
The human creature, the summit of creation, 108, 251
Creation as something good, 113
The creation of man and original sin, 115
Creation and awaiting the Redeemer, 123
Christian faith and the creation of man, 126
God created man, body and soul, 127, 128
Openness of man to all created beings, 130
The common good and created goods, 167
The common good, God and the ultimate end of creation, 170
Universal common good and creation, 170
Goods and the act of God who created both the earth and man, 171, 328
Private property and the goods of creation, 177
Eve, created like Adam, 209
The family and the creation of man, 209
Marriage, creation and conventions, 215
Parenthood and God's work of creation, 232
Man and goods created by God, 255, 256
Man, called to cultivate and care for creation, 256
The Sabbath rest and creation, 258
The eternal Sabbath and the new creation, 261
The universe, created in Christ, 262, 327
The Trinitarian dimension of creation, 262
Work, the riches of Christ and creation, 262
Work, participation and creation, 263, 266, 317
Work and man created in the image of God, 275, 317, 456
Man, create in the image of God, and rest, 284
Poverty and the order of creation, 324
The Kingdom and the original goodness of creation, 325
Economic activity and man created by God, 333
Solidarity and safeguarding creation, 367
Political power and the order created by God, 383, 384
God created man to be social by nature, 393
The human being, created within a context, 428
The human family and the work of creation, 428
Covenant, human community and creation, 429
Christ and the fulfilment of man created in the image of God, 431
The divine plan and created reality, 431
Creation and the prayer of Israel, 452
Man in Christ, a new creation, 454
Christ's Passover and creation, 455
Man, God and the work of creation, 460
The environment and resources of creation, 461
The transcendent dimension of creation, 462
The environment and the concept of creation, 464
A sound environment and the goods of creation, 468, 481
Creation and intervening in nature, 473
Goods of the earth, created by God, 481
Ecological problems, lifestyles and creation, 486
Creation and an attitude of gratitude, 487
Peace and God who created a harmonious whole, 488
Peace and creation, 488
Eschatological tension and created reality, 526
The laity, Christ, the Spirit and creation, 542

CREATOR (see also CREATION)

The plan of God the Creator and earthly realities, 11
God the Creator and the Lord's gratuitous action, 26
God the Creator and the meaning of creation, 36
The Creator and the state of human creatures, 39
The heart, the Creator and openness to man, 40
Earthly realities and the will of the Creator, 45, 46
Natural law and God the Creator, 53
The Incarnation and the wisdom of the Divine Creator, 65
God the Creator and man's ultimate end, 84
The individual and covenant with the Creator, 108
Woman and the spirit of God the Creator, 110
The human heart and the Creator, 114
Christian faith, ideology and God the Creator, 126
Human corporeal nature and the Creator, 128
Human freedom and the Creator, 135
Human rights and God the Creator, 152, 153
Material goods and God the Creator, 181
The work of procreation and the Creator, 209
The family and the Creator, 215
Homosexual unions and the Creator, 228
God the Creator, man and working the soil, 255
The plan of the Creator, man and created realities, 255
Original sin and the Creator's will, 256
Work, man and the Creator, 283, 285, 274, 275
Economic activity and the Creator, 326, 330
The varieties of peoples and the Creator, 429
Covenant, the human family and the Creator, 420
The world community and the Creator, 432
The Creator, the summit of creation and man, 451
Man and God, the Creator of all things, 456
Science and technology, the creature and the Creator, 457
Creatures, gifts to be safeguarded and the Creator, 464
The environment, universal order and the Creator, 466
Nature, gift of the Creator, 473
Living material, gift of the Creator, 477
Nature and God the Creator, 487
The goodness of man, image of the Creator, 578

CREATURE - CREATED BEING

Man and other created beings, 14
The first sin, humanity and creatures, 27
Man, a creature willed by God, 34, 96, 133, 451
Plan of salvation and human creatures, 39
Redeemed man, a new creature, and created things, 44
Autonomy of earthly realities and creatures, 45
The Creator and creatures, 46
The natural law and creatures, 53
Christ, man and creature, 58
The truth of the human person and other creatures, 75
The human person, a creature of God, 108
The human creature, the summit of creation, 108
Creature and man, capacity for God, 109
Man, woman and other creatures, 113
The heart of man and other creatures, 114
Original sin and limits as a creature, 115, 429
Men and women and a creaturely likeness to God, 122
Freedom and dependence as a creature on God, 136
Limits of freedom and creatures, 138, 143, 199
Mankind and the dignity of creatures, 144
Community life, man and earthly creatures, 149
Human dignity, the Creator and creatures, 152
Man, a social and political creature, 384
Dialogue with God and the human creature, 452
Scientific applications and living creatures, 459
Man and creatures, gifts of God, 464
Nature's dimension as creature, 487

CREDIT

Access to land and credit markets, 180, 300

CRIME - CRIMINAL

Justice, punishment and criminal acts, 403
The death penalty and suppressing crime, 405
Armed forces and crime, 403
Elimination of groups and crimes, 506
The Shoah and crimes against God and man, 506
Indiscriminate actions of war, crime, 509
Child soldiers, an intolerable crime, 512
International judicial bodies and crimes, 518

CRITERION - CRITERIA (see also CRITERIA FOR JUDGMENT)

The magisterium and universal criteria, 104
Principles and criteria for discernment, 161
Destination of goods and criteria of equity, 171
The common good, criterion of discernment, 188
Justice, criterion of morality, 201
Justice, the human person and criteria of utility, 202
Love, supreme and universal criterion, 204
The family and the criterion of functionality, 221
Priority of the family and normative criteria, 254
New technologies and criteria of justice, 283
Immigration and criteria of equity, 298
Income and criteria of justice, 303
Activity of production and operative criteria, 318
Businesses and economic criteria, 338
Businesses and criteria of economic efficiency, 344
Private and public and criteria of equity, 354
Rich and poor countries and ethical criteria, 364
Authority and sociological and historical criteria, 396
Criteria for the right to resistance, 401
The common good, regulatory criteria, 407
Biotechnology and criteria of solidarity, 474
Access to water and moral criteria, 484
Sanctions and juridical and ethical criteria, 507
Criteria of social pastoral activity, 526
Social catechesis and personal criteria, 530
Organizations and criteria of ecclesiality, 549
Culture and criteria for verification, 558
Democracy and criteria for discernment, 569

CRITERIA FOR JUDGMENT

Social doctrine and criteria for judgment, 7, 81, 85
The Compendium and criteria for judgment, 11
Social activity and criteria for judgment, 89
Inculturation and criteria for judgment, 523
Political choices and criteria for judgment, 574

CULTIVATE

God, man the invitation to cultivate the earth, 255, 256, 428

CULTURE - CULTURAL

Christian salvation and relations between cultures, 1
Christian love and cultural projects, 6
Social questions and cultural aspects, 8
Religions, cultures and dialogue, 12
Man's place in society and culture, 14
The management of pluralism and culture, 16
Mystery and cultural traditions, 20
The cultural phenomenon of interdependence, 33
Cultural accomplishment, relative and provisional, 48
Religion and politics, cultural contributions, 50
Human social nature and cultural constructs, 61
Culture and the economy of salvation, 62
Evangelisation, social and cultural, 70
Social doctrine and those involved in cultural life, 73
Social doctrine, continuity and culture, 85
The twenty-first century and cultural consequences, 88
Pacem in Terris
and cultural problems, 95
Gaudium et Spes
and themes concerning culture, 96
Populorum Progressio
, development and culture, 98
Salvation in Jesus Christ and cultural fulfilment, 120
Primacy of man and cultural programmes, 132
Freedom and conditions of a cultural order, 137
Natural laws and cultural diversity, 141
Equality between people and culture, 144
Participation and cultural institutions, 151
Human rights and cultural context, 154
Nations and the right to one's culture, 157
The common good and access to culture, 166
The State, the common good and cultural goods, 168
Destination of goods and cultural contexts, 173
The cultural life of indigenous peoples, 180
Love of the Church and cultural poverty, 184
Subsidiarity and cultural associations, 185
Participation and cultural life, 189
Participation in solidarity and cultural obstacles, 191
Solidarity and the legacy of culture, 195
Social values and cultural structures, 197
The value of freedom and cultural ideas, 200
The family, cultural legacy and the nation, 213
Culture, dignity and the marriage union, 216
The elderly and cultural values, 222
Gender identity and the product of culture, 224
The family and cultural values, 229, 238
The family and the culture of life, 231
Population growth and cultural conditions, 234
Human promotion and cultural relevance, 236
Family associations and the role of culture, 247
Priority, the family and cultural perspectives, 254
Work, culture and parents, 265
Work and cultural development, 269
Work and cultural conditions, 270, 300
Intermediate bodies and cultural purposes, 281
Rest and tending to cultural life, 284
The third sector and the area of culture, 293
Agricultural work and the role of culture, 299
Workers, salary and cultural life, 302
Work, time and challenges at the cultural level, 311
Globalisation, work and attention to culture, 312
The world of work and cultural changes, 314
Work and people of culture, 320
Businesses, profit and social and cultural systems, 340
Business owners and networks of cultural bonds, 344
Consumers and cultural choices, 358
Consumerism, a cultural challenge, 360
Globalisation and cultural differences, 366
Economic development and cultural growth, 372
International economy and cultural interdependence, 373
Human activity and social and cultural systems, 375
Progress and work in education and culture, 376
The people and expressions of culture, 386
Minorities and the right to their culture, 387
Public powers and cultural imbalances, 389
The media and the cultural sector, 415
Civil society, cultural relations and resources, 417
The religious community and cultural bonds, 423
The Church and culturally-oriented associations, 426
Jesus, the new humanity and cultural differences, 431
Unity and the cultural force of freedom, 432
Subjectivity, the nation and cultural profile, 435
The United Nations, cultural soil and peace, 440
Interdependence and cultural profile, 442
Exploitation, resources and the process of culture, 461
Vision of man and Christian culture, 464
Goods and cultural orientation, 482
The culture of peace, 495
Christianity and culture, 521
Christian anthropology and cultural life, 522
Anthropology, the Gospel and culture, 523
Social pastoral activity and culture, 524
Social doctrine, the laity and the cultural sphere, 531
Inculturation and cultural competence, 532
The “Social Weeks”, a cultural laboratory, 532
The laity, temporal realities and culture, 543
The laity and harmony between life, faith and culture, 546
Associations and cultural fields, 550
The laity and service to cultural life, 551
Defence of marriage and the cultural context, 553
Culture, an area of involvement for Christians, 554
Social and political culture and the Gospel, 555
The ethical dimension of culture, 556
The right to a human and civil culture, 557
The content of culture and truth, 558
The religious dimension of culture, 559
The laity, the media and culture, 560
Cultural reflection and models of development, 563
Economists and cultural structures, 564
Members of parliament, unjust laws and culture, 570
The laity and the exercise of cultural activities, 572
Cultural issues and moral sense, 577
Social life and love at the level of culture, 582

CUSTOM - CUSTOMARY

Conceptions of the person and custom, 124
Natural law and the evolution of customs, 141
Social principles and customary norms, 163
The laity and the Christian spirit of customs, 531

DAUGHTER - see CHILDREN

DEATH PENALTY

Public opinion and the death penalty, 405
Countries, provisions and the death penalty, 405

DEBT

The sabbatical year and the cancellation of debts, 24
The Fathers of the Church, wealth and debts, 329
Development and the debt crisis of poor countries, 450
International trade and foreign debt, 482
The Our Father and the forgiveness of debts, 492

DECALOGUE - see COMMANDMENT

DECAY

Creation and liberation from decay, 123

DE FACTO UNIONS

De facto unions and marriage, 227
Making de facto unions legally equivalent to family, 227
De facto unions and homosexual unions, 228

DEFENCE - DEFEND - DEFENSIVE - DEFENDER (see also PROTECT, SAFEGUARD)

Ethical requirements and defence of human rights, 75
Social doctrine and defence of human rights, 84, 107
Defence of human rights as a whole, 154
The Church and defence of fundamental rights, 159
Defence of community property, 180
The Church and her commitment to defend the poor, 184
Subsidiarity and defending expressions of social life, 186
Intervention of the State and defence of the person, 188
Freedom defended in all its dimensions, 199
Duty of society and defending the family, 225
The State and defence of the right to life, 231
Contraceptives and defence of development, 233
Defending the rights of children, 245
The State and defence of the rights of the family, 247
Defending the family and workers, 250
The family and defending its identity, 253
The family and defending the rights of persons, 254
The Sabbath rest and defence of the poor, 258
Defence of the rights of workers, 264
Rerum Novarum
and the defence of workers, 268
Social and juridical order and the defence of work, 273
Holidays and defence of traditions, 286
The third sector and defence of health, 293
Defence of women's rights and work, 295
Unions and defence of workers' rights, 305
Unions and defence of workers, 305
Unions and defensive functions, 307
Globalisation of the defence of work, 310, 311
Transition, work and defence of workers, 314
Informal economy and defence of workers, 316
Solidarity and defence of workers, 319
The new David, defender of the poor, 324
Economic freedom, a right to be defended, 336
Profit and defence of the dignity of the person, 340
The State and defence of weaker parties, 351
Globalisation and defence of human rights, 365
Interdependence and traditional defensive measures of States, 370
The King of Israel, defender of the poor, 377
Minorities and causes to defend, 387
Political community and defence of rights, 388, 389
The common good and defensive action, 389
Defence of a model of authority founded on human social nature, 393
Political authority and defending subjects, 394
Authority, values and defending people, 397
Punishment and defence of public order, 403
The death penalty and legitimate defence, 405
Civil society and defence of interests, 417
The Church and defence of the rights of the person, 426
The United Nations and defence of minorities, 438
The Holy See and defence of human dignity, 445
Markets and defence of the environment, 470
Defending the rights of indigenous peoples, 471
A peaceful society and defence of human rights, 494
Violence and what it claims to defend, 496
The State and adequate means of self- defence, 499
An attacked State, rights and the duty to organize a defence, 500
The United Nations, war and legitimate defence, 501
Armed forces and legitimate defence, 502
Legitimate defence and humanitarian law, 504
Refugees, the Church and defence of dignity, 505
Threatened groups and defence of victims, 506
The principle of sufficiency and legitimate defence, 508
The right to defend oneself from terrorism, 514
Ecumenism and defence of the person, 535
The Church, the Jewish people and defence of human dignity, 536
Christians and defence of the dignity of the person, 538
Defence of marriage and of the family, 553
Autonomy, Catholics and defence of the truth, 571

DEMOCRACY - DEMOCRATIC - DEMOCRATIZATION

Centesimus Annus and democracy, 103, 406
Human rights and democratic government, 158
The democratic State, majority and minorities, 169
The democratic State and the common good, 169
Property and democratic economic policies, 176
Subsidiarity and alleged democratisation, 187
Participation and democracy, 190
Abortion and democratic social coexistence, 233
Globalisation and democracy of peoples, 321
Democratic life and cooperative enterprises, 339
Economic democracy and civil society, 356
Democracy and the sovereignty of the people, 395
The Church and democracy, 406
Democracy, 406
Democracy, rules and values, 407
Democratic systems and political authority, 408
Democratic systems and political corruption, 411
Democratic internal structure of political parties, 413
Information and democratic participation, 414
Democratic and the control of the news media, 414
Democracy and social pluralism, 417
Democratic life and free associations, 418
The third sector and democratic life, 419
The Church, autonomy and democratic life, 424
Believers and democratic systems, 567
Discernment and the democratic systems, 569
Democratic societies and autonomy, 572

DEVELOPMENT

Love, relations and human development, 4
Pluralism and philosophy of development, 16
The Decalogue and the development of Israelite society, 23
The Kingdom of God and development of a social sense, 51
Earthly progress and development of the Kingdom, 55
Social doctrine, evangelisation and development, 66
Social doctrine and development, 82
Pope John XXIII and developing areas, 94
Gaudium et Spes
and development of society, 96
Sollicitudo Rei Socialis
and development, 102
Centesimus Annus
and human development, 103
Structures of sin and development, 119
The human person and integral development, 131, 133
Human rights and development of personality, 155
Principles of social doctrine and development, 163
The common good, cooperation and its development, 167
The common good and human development, 168
Use of goods and human development, 172, 175
Private property, goods and human development, 177
New knowledge and development, 179
Distribution of land and development, 180
Subsidiarity and development of lower-order societies, 186
Social values and development of the person, 197
Christian community, the family and development, 229
Contraceptive methods and development of peoples, 233
Acceptance of life and development of society, 237
Educational work of the family and development, 238
Children of the world and integral development, 245
The family, work and development of the person, 249
Laborem Exercens
, work and development, 269
Work and the development of man's humanity, 274
Labour, capital and development of the person, 278
Conflict between labour and capital and development, 279
Work, private property and development, 282
The third sector and development of work, 293
Immigration, resource for development, 297
Agriculture and development of social community, 299
Distribution of land and development, 300
Distribution of income and development, 303
Unions and economic and social development, 307
Organization of work and development, 311
Informal economy and development, 316
Environmental compatibility of development, 319
Work, science and development, 320
Work and integral development in solidarity, 321
Faith in Jesus Christ and social development, 327
The economy, efficiency and development in solidarity, 332
Participation in economic life and development, 333
Wealth and integral development in solidarity, 334
Businesses and development of society, 338
Businesses and development of the world, 342
Business competition and development, 343
Work activity, the family and development, 345
Free market and economic development, 347
Free market and human development, 348
State intervention in the economy and obstacles to development, 351
The market, the State and economic development, 353
Private freedom, public action and development, 354
Public spending, instrument of development, 355
Development of economic democracy, 356
Development of telecommunications, 362
Globalisation, inequalities and development, 363
International trade and development, 364
Financial markets and development, 368
Financial and real economy and development, 369
International financial institutions and development, 371
Politics and economic development, 372
International economy and development for humanity, 373
Rich countries and a more human development in solidarity, 374
Goods, development of society and sense of God, 374
The United Nations and requirements for development, 440
International politics and objective of development, 442
International cooperation and development, 446
The right to development, 446
Cooperation and human development, 446, 448
International market and development, 447
Poverty and socio-economic development, 449
Development and the debt crisis of poor countries, 450
Creation and protecting its development, 451
Creation and the development of science and technology, 456
Biological research and unscrupulous development, 459
Nature and development in consumeristic terms, 462
Economic development and rhythms of nature, 470
Biotechnology, trade and development, 475
Directors and developments in biotechnology, 478
Development and sustainable use of the environment, 483
Demographic policies and global development, 483
Peace, justice and integral development, 494
Peace and development, 498
Christian anthropology and human development, 522
Social pastoral activity and development of social life, 527
Interreligious dialogue and human development, 537
The family and the development of life in society, 553
Models of economic and social development, 563
The economy and authentic development, 564
Social love and development of the person, 581
Civilization of love and development of the person, 582

DIALOGUE

The Compendium, an incentive for dialogue with all, 10
Religions, culture and dialogue, 12
God's style of dialogue, 13
God and dialogue with humanity, 17
Vatican II, dialogue and the human family, 18, 96
Dialogue with those who think differently, 43
Humanity, the community of Christians and dialogue, 53
Social doctrine and dialogue with the disciples, 76
Interpersonal dialogue and existence, 110
Man and dialogue with others, 130
Human rights, dialogue and religions, 159
The family, relationships and dialogue, 221
The elderly, shared projects and dialogue, 222
Children and educating in dialogue, 242
The rights of minorities and dialogue, 387
Public ethics and brotherly dialogue, 420
The universal moral law, dialogue and the future, 436
The Church, authority and structured dialogue, 445
The truth of creatures and dialogue with God, 452
Sanctions and the way of dialogue, 507
Nuclear deterrence, disarmament and dialogue, 508
Social doctrine an instrument of dialogue, 534
Social doctrine and ecumenical dialogue, 535
The Catholic Church and dialogue with those of the Jewish faith, 536
The Church and dialogue with believers of other religions, 537
The value of dialogue and social realities, 550
Political action, the laity and dialogue, 565
Democracy, discernment and dialogue, 569
Believers and sincere dialogue, 574

DIGNITY - HUMAN DIGNITY

The Church, man and human dignity, 3, 51, 63, 551, 552
God, man and transcendent human dignity, 4
New social order, human dignity and the human person, 19
Economic life and dignity of the person, 27
Trinitarian love and human dignity, 34
Human action and dignity of the person, 35
Anthropology and dignity of the person, 37
Goods, human dignity and the Kingdom, 57
Reason and human dignity, 75
Human dignity and social doctrine, 84
Rerum Novarum
and dignity of the poor, 89
Economic growth and human dignity, 94
Pacem in Terris
and human dignity, 95
Religious freedom and dignity of the person, 97
Development and respect of the dignity of others, 98
Dignity of work and the person, 101
Changes and dignity of human beings, 104
God and inalienable human dignity, 105
Social doctrine and dignity of the person, 107, 124, 160
Image of God and dignity of the person, 108
Man and woman, the same dignity, 111
Divisions and dignity of the person, 116
Social sin and dignity of one's neighbour, 118
Man as superior to the world and with unique dignity, 128
Just society and dignity of the person, 132
Human dignity and respect of one's neighbour, 132
Authority, freedom and personal dignity, 133
Moral life and dignity of the person, 134
Human dignity and free choice, 135
Liberation, injustices and human dignity, 137
Natural law and dignity of the person, 140
All people have the same dignity, 144
Incarnation, equality and dignity, 144
Human dignity and common growth, 145
Male, female and equal dignity, 146
The handicapped and human dignity, 148
Human dignity and human rights, 152, 153, 154
Religious freedom and dignity of the person, 155
Dignity of the person and the common good, 164
Dignity of the person and associations, 185
Solidarity, equality and dignity, 192
Social values and dignity of the person, 197
Society, truth and dignity of the person, 198, 205
Freedom and the dignity of every person, 199, 205
Dignity of the person and the criterion of utility, 202
Jesus and the dignity of the institute of marriage, 210
Marriage, children and dignity, 212
Cultures and the dignity of marriage, 216
Love, the person and dignity, 221
Homosexual persons and dignity, 228
Public authorities and the dignity of citizens, 229
Procreation and the dignity of the human being, 230
Sterilization and dignity of the person, 234
Justice, solidarity and the dignity of life, 234
Assisted procreation and dignity of the person, 235
Cloning and dignity of the person, 236
The family, education and human dignity, 238
The dignity of children, 244
Violations of the dignity of children, 245
History and offences to the dignity of workers, 267
Rerum Novarum
and the dignity of workers, 268
Work and the dignity of human life, 269
Subjective work and human dignity, 270, 271
Work and human dignity, 287
Work and the dignity of women, 295
Child labour and human dignity, 296
Immigrants and human dignity, 298
Rights of workers and dignity of the person, 301
Distribution of income and human dignity, 303
Right to work and the dignity of workers, 309
Regulations and the dignity of workers, 316
Changes and the dignity of work, 319
Inequalities and the dignity of the working person, 321
Economic life and dignity of the person, 331
Businesses, profits and dignity of the person, 340
Business owners and the dignity of workers, 344
Subsidiarity and the dignity of subjects, 357
Processes underway and human dignity, 372
Models of development and dignity of the person, 373
Rich countries and human dignity, 372
Minority groups and the dignity of its members, 387
The political community and dignity of the person, 388
The dignity of authority and moral order, 396
Values and dignity of the person, 397
Just laws and the dignity of detained persons, 398
Chaplains and the dignity of detained persons, 403
Criminal responsibility and dignity of the person, 404
Punishment and dignity of the person, 405
Democracy and dignity of the person, 407
Information systems and dignity of the person, 415
Religious coercion and dignity of the person, 421
Man created in the image of God and unique dignity, 428
God's covenant and the dignity of human life, 429
Human beings, equal because of natural dignity, 432
The equality in dignity of every people, 437
The United Nations and human dignity, 440
The Holy See and human dignity, 445
Right to development and human dignity, 446
Dignity due to man because he is man, 448
Scientists and human dignity, 458
Nature and dignity of the person, 463
Technology, ethics and human dignity, 465
Demographics, the environment and dignity of the person, 483
Water and dignity of human beings, 484, 485
Peace and human dignity, 494
Violence and dignity of human beings, 496
Humanitarian law and human dignity, 505
Refugees and human dignity, 505
Terrorism and human dignity, 514
Anthropology and dignity of the person, 522
Ecumenism and dignity of the person, 535
The Jewish people and defence of human dignity, 536
Christians and dignity of the person, 538
The laity and priestly, prophetic and kingly dignity, 541
Prudence and dignity of the person, 548*
Human dignity and the right to life, 553
Dignity and man's religious dimension, 553
Right to culture and dignity of the person, 557
Development and human dignity and the dignity of peoples, 563
Politics and the dignity of the human person, 566
Christian martyrdom and human dignity, 570
The Gospel of Christ and dignity of the person, 576

DIRECTIVES

Social doctrine and directives for action, 7, 81
Subsidiarity, directives and social doctrine, 185
The commitment of lay Christians and directives, 530
Political choices and directives for action, 574

DISARM - DISARMAMENT

Disarmament and the international order, 438
Legitimate and obligatory to disarm the aggressor, 506
General disarmament, balanced and controlled, 508
Disarmament and policies of nuclear deterrence, 508
Nuclear disarmament, 509
Disarmament and weapons with traumatic effects, 510
Disarmament and anti-personnel landmines, 510

DISCERNMENT

Discernment and social doctrine, 9, 161
The Compendium and pastoral discernment, 10
Discernment and the industrial revolution, 88
Discernment of good and evil, 114
The common good, criterion for discernment, 188
Anthropology and the discernment of problems, 527
Prudence, virtue of discernment, 547
Associations and the exercise of discernment, 550
Discernment and those who use communications media, 562
Discernment and models of development, 563
Method of discernment, 568
The democratic system and discernment, 569
Political instruments and discernment, 573

DISCRIMINATION

The sabbatical year and discrimination, 24
Octogesima Adveniens
and discrimination, 100
Discrimination, work and the handicapped, 148
Large families and discrimination, 237
Discrimination, women and work, 295
Workers' rights and discrimination, 298
International trade and discrimination, 364
Human rights and forms of discrimination, 365
The State, the religious community and discrimination, 423
Racial discrimination, 433
Discrimination in relations between peoples, 433
The Jewish people and overcoming every discrimination, 536
Human culture and discrimination, 557

DISEASE (see also SICKNESS)

Technology and problems of disease, 458
Biotechnology and the fight against disease, 478
Access to drinking water and disease, 484

DISORDER - DISORDERED

The first sin and disorder, 27
Man and disordered self-love, 44
Christ and disordered self-love, 143
Abortion, moral disorder, 233
The natural environment and disordered consumption, 360
The right to resistance and worse disorders, 401
The State, disorder and criminal activity, 402
Use of force and more serious disorders, 500

DISPARITY - see IMBALANCE

DIVORCE

Divorce and relativism of the marriage bond, 225
The Church and care of divorced persons who are remarried, 226, 226*

DOCTRINE - see SOCIAL DOCTRINE

DRUG

New forms of poverty and drug addiction, 5
Drug trafficking, a form of slavery, 158
Drug trafficking and human rights, 158

DUTY - OBLIGATION

The Ten Commandments and the duties of the person, 22
Duty of the Church and social doctrine, 69, 71
Social doctrine and duties, 75
Social doctrine and obligations of justice and charity, 83
Divini Redemptoris
and duties of justice, 92
Social sin and the duties of citizens, 118
Freedom, natural law and duties of the person, 140
The handicapped have duties, 148
Connection between human rights and duties, 156
Nations and the duty to live in peace, 157
Destination of goods and social duties, 172
Obligations of owners and the goods possessed, 178
Giving to the poor, a duty of justice, 184
Participation, a duty to be fulfilled, 189
Social teaching and solidarity as a duty, 194*
Duty to respect human freedom, 199
Life in society, justice and duties, 205
Authority and the duty to sustain the family, 214
Family members and mutual duties, 215
Responsible parenthood and duties towards God, 232
Spouses, number of children and duties, 234
Duty of parents to educate their children, 239, 239*
Formative tools and the duty of authorities, 240
The State and the defence of the duties of the family, 247
Work is an obligation of man, 274
Authorities, the duty to be vigilant, rest and worship, 286
The State and the duty to promote work, 291
Unions and the duty to influence power, 307
The duty of economic efficiency, 332
The duty to contribute to progress, 333
Business owners and the duty of respect, 344
The State and the duty to sustain business activities, 351
Payment of taxes as a duty, 359
International authority and the duty to respect rights, 365
Solidarity between generations, a duty, 367
Duties of Christians towards the authorities, 380
Life in society and fulfilling obligations, 386
Duties of minorities and the common good, 387
The common good and duties of the person, 388, 389
Life in society and duties of the person, 390
Unjust laws and the duty to object, 399
Authorities and the duty to inflict punishment, 402
Duty to respect religious freedom, 424
The Church, the political community and duties, 425
Powers of the world community and duties, 441
Development, the duty of all towards all, 446
International cooperation, duty of solidarity, 448
The environment and the duty to respect a good, 466
The duty of intergenerational solidarity, 467
Peace is a universal duty, 494
Unarmed prophets and human duties, 496
An attacked State and the duty of defence, 500
Duty to protect innocent victims, 504
Peace and duties of justice, 520
The laity, sense of duty and the common good, 531
Social doctrine and moral and social duties, 532
The laity and duty to proclaim the Gospel, 538
The laity and the duty to be active subjects, 539
The laity, spiritual life and social duties, 540
Prudence and good as a duty, 548
Religious freedom, one of the most important duties, 553
The laity, duty and concept of the person, 558
Media professionals and duties, 562
Believers have duties as citizens, 565
Moral demands and the duty to bear witness, 570
Duties of a community and moral truths, 571
Social teaching and the duty to be morally coherent, 571
Autonomy of the State and the duty of Christians, 572
Charity and duties of justice, 583

EARTH (see also LAND)

Proclamation, salvation and the ends of the earth, 3
Man, only creature on earth willed by God for its own sake, 34
The Church on earth and the Kingdom of Christ and of God, 49
The Christian message and presence on the earth, 71
Society, new heavens and a new earth, 82, 452
The Encyclical Pacem in Terris, peace on earth, 95
The Church, the world and earthly destiny, 96
Man fashioned out of the earth, 108
God said, “Fill the earth”, 111, 209
Universality of Christian hope and the earth, 123
Respect and people of this earth, 131
The human person and dominion of the earth, 149
Right to participate, work and goods of the earth, 155
God, the earth and its utilization by all peoples, 171
Universal destination of the goods of the earth, 171, 172, 179, 367
Work, people and the earth, 176
The Old Testament, man and the earth, 255
Sabbath rest and fruits of the earth, 258
Jesus, life on earth and manual labour, 259, 260, 261
Objective work and dominion over the earth, 275
Immigration from less advantaged areas of the earth, 297
Salary and goods of the earth, 302
The Kingdom of God present on earth, 325
Human resources and the earth, 337
Dignity of the human creature and the earth, 428
Divine action and the earth, 430
Universal vision of the peoples of the earth, 432
Sharing the resources of the earth, 438, 481
Man, the earth and eternal salvation, 445
Goods of the earth and right to development, 446
Disciple of Christ and ends of the earth, 453
A new earth and the fulfilment of salvation, 455
Biblical vision, Christians and the use of the earth, 456
The name of God glorified on all the earth, 456
Man and the God-given purpose of the earth, 460
Divinisation of the earth, 463
Rupture between the world and God and the earth, 464
Resources of the earth and international cooperation, 481
Interdependence and inhabitants of the earth, 486
God, Creator of the heavens and of earth, 487
Connection between the peoples of all the earth, 498
The Church and Christ's redeeming work on earth, 516
The Gloria, peace and God's people on earth, 519*
Grain of wheat falling into the earth and fruit, 570
Dissatisfaction and heaven on earth, 575, 579
Action of the Holy Spirit and the earth, 578

ECCLESIAL COMMUNITY - see CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY

ECOCENTRISM

Conception of the environment and ecocentrism, 463

ECONOMY - ECONOMIC

Christian salvation and the economy, 1
New forms of poverty and economic resources, 5
The unity of humanity and the economy, 6
The significance of economic globalisation, 16
Humanism and a new economic order, 19
The sabbatical year and the economic life of Israel, 24
Relation with God and economic life, 27
The economic phenomenon of interdependence, 33
The inner man and economic life, 40
The human person and economic fulfilment, 48
The Kingdom of God and economic organization, 51
Society, economic assets and the common good, 61
The economy, the secular environment and salvation, 62
Man and the saving economy of the Gospel, 65
The evangelisation of man and economic questions, 66
The mission of the Church and the economic order, 68
Social doctrine and economic relations, 72
The truth about man and economic contexts, 76
Social doctrine, the laity and economic obligations, 83
Consequences and events of an economic nature, 88
Quadragesimo Anno
and the economic situation, 91
Pope John XXIII and economic cooperation, 94
Economic problems and the universal common good, 95
Gaudium et Spes
and themes of economic life, 96
Populorum Progressio
and economic life, 98
Work and economic activity, 101
Free economy and solidarity, 103
The person and projects of an economic character, 133
Freedom and conditions of economic order, 137
Economic changes and the human person, 137
Economic institutions and participation, 151
Human rights and the economic context, 154
Principles and relations mediated by the economy, 161
Businesses of an economic character and the common good, 165
The common good and socio-economic well-being, 170
Destination of goods and the economy, 174, 179
Private property and economic policies, 176
Community property and economic life, 180
Aggregate of associations of economic expression, 185
Subsidiarity, economic assistance and social entities, 186
Subsidiarity and economic initiative, 187
The State and economic promotion, 188
Participation in economic life, 189
Responsibility and economic structures, 197
Truth, the economy and the use of money, 198
Social justice and economic aspects, 201
Values and economic terms, 222
The family as more than an economic unit, 229
Responsible parenthood and economic conditions, 232
Sterilization and economic assistance, 234
Economic support and non-public schools, 241
Economic plan and the role of the family, 247
The family and economic life, 248, 249
Keeping house and commensurate economic compensation, 251
Work and economic development, 269
Dignity of work and economic systems, 270
Work and reductionist economic tenets, 271
Capital, labour and economic systems, 277, 279
Intermediate bodies and economic goals, 281
The economy at the service of man, 283
Rest, divine worship and economic productivity, 286
Employment and economic policy, 288
Young people and the context of economic mobility, 290
The State and economic life, 291
The third sector and economic development, 293
The family, a strictly economic view and work, 294
Economic implications of child labour, 296
Child labour and national economies, 296
Immigration, countries and economic growth, 297
Agriculture, agricultural work and the economy, 299
Latifundium and economic development, 300
Economic well-being, produced goods and income, 303
Unions and economic life, 307, 308
Globalisation, work and the economy, 312, 313, 314, 316, 318, 319, 321
Mechanistic and economic interpretation of production activity, 318
Men of culture and economic policies, 320
Economic inequalities and values, 321
The Old Testament and economic goods, 323, 324
Jesus and economic goods, 325
Revelation and economic activity, 326
The Fathers of the church and economic activity, 328
The economy and morality, 330, 331, 332, 333, 474
Economic efficiency and development in solidarity, 332
Participation, solidarity and economic life, 333
Society and economists, 333
The economy and the formation of wealth, 334
Morality, the market economy and capitalism, 335
The right to economic initiative, 336, 343
Businesses and economic function, 338
The economy at the service of man and businesses, 339
Economic activity, financial accounts, businesses and people, 340
Economic activity and usury, 341
Businesses and economic contexts, 342
Economic initiative and responsibility, 343
Business decisions and economic effects, 344
Businesses and economic efficiency, 344
Investments and economic conditions, 345
Utilization of resources and the economy, 346
Principle of economizing, 346
The market and economic development, 347
Individual profit and economic enterprises, 348
The market and economic systems, 349
Economic freedom and legal norms, 350
Economic freedom and human freedom, 350
The State and the exercise of economic activity, 351, 352
The State and determining economic policies, 352
The State, economic development and the market, 353
The State, economic policies and participation, 354
Private property, public action and the economy, 354
Tax revenues, public spending and the economy, 355
Economic initiative and intermediate bodies, 356
Civil society and economic democracy, 356, 357
Consumers and economic realities, 358
Globalisation of economic and financial markets, 361, 362
Globalisation and the global economy, 362, 363
Trade and international economic relations, 364
Ethical criteria and international economic relations, 364
Planetary economy and human rights, 366
Cultural diversity and economic processes, 366
Economic costs and future generations, 367
Financial systems and economic growth, 368
The financial economy and the real economy, 369
The international community and guiding economic processes, 370, 371
International economic institutions and change, 371
The economy and moral parameters, 372
The international economy and integral development, 373
The economy and social and cultural systems, 375
Economic progress and cultural work, 376
Spiritual values and the world of the economy, 386
Public authorities and economic inequalities, 389
Conscientious objection and economic harm, 399
The media and the economic sector, 415
Civil society and the economic sector, 417
The unity of peoples and economic projects, 432
Sovereignty of a nation and economic profile, 435
Interdependence, relations and economic profile, 442, 447
Intergovernmental structures and the economy, 442
Underdevelopment and economic mechanisms, 446
Poverty and economic initiative, 447, 449
Economic neo-colonialism and the debt crisis, 450
Believers in God and economic progress, 457
Economic activity and the environment, 470
The economy and biotechnology, 472, 474
The common good and economic activity, 478
Poverty, calamities and economic means, 482
Demographics, the environment and economic choices, 483
Water as an economic good, 485
Sanctions and economic embargoes, 507
Christian anthropology and the economy, 522
Social-pastoral activity and economic realities, 524
The laity and the economic sector, 531
The laity and economic responsibility, 543
Economic productivity and man, 544
The laity, love and economic life, 551
The media and economic systems, 561
Social magisterium and economic activity, 563
Models of economic development, 563
Rethinking the economy, 564
Discernment and economic choices, 569
Love in social life and the economic level, 582

ECOSYSTEM

Creation, a single ecosystem, 367
Intervention in an area of the ecosystem, 459
Juridical regulation and ecosystems, 468
Function of individual beings and the ecosystem, 473
Biotechnology and safeguarding the ecosystem, 478

EDUCATE - EDUCATION (see also REARING CHILDREN)

Rights of nations and education, 157
Demands of the common good and education, 166
Participation and work of education, 191
Quest for truth and educational activity, 198
Reform of society and the task of education, 198*
The Holy Family and education in the family, 210*
Marriage and education of children, 218, 237
The divorced who are remarried and education of children, 226
De facto
unions and education of children, 227
The family and the social dimension of the work of education, 238, 239
Parents and educational institutions, 240, 241
The family and integral education, 242
Parents and sexual education, 243
The family and educating in work, 249, 294
Political action, the family and education, 252
Employment and educational systems, 290
Child labour and education, 296
Unions and worker education, 307
Progress and a great deal of educational work, 376
Democracy and education in values, 406
The media and the educational sector, 415
The Church, recognition and education, 426
Poverty and educational systems, 447
Child soldiers, deprived of an education, 512
Child soldiers and their education and rehabilitation, 512
Social doctrine and educating in the faith, 529
Social doctrine and educational institutions, 532
Social action and commitment to education, 557

EFFICIENCY - EFFICIENT - EFFECTIVE

Work organizations and efficiency, 311
Economic efficiency and development in solidarity, 332
Businesses and a mentality of efficiency, 338
Business owners and criteria of efficiency, 344
Economizing and efficiency in economic systems, 346
The market and effective results, 347
The economy and efficient public services, 352
The State, the market and efficiency, 353
Public intervention and criteria of efficiency, 354
Development, solidarity and efficient public financing, 355
Non-profit organizations and efficiency, 357
The financial economy and efficiency, 369
Controversies and an effective juridical authority, 439
Rethinking the economy and efficiency, 564

EFFORT TO DESTROY (see also STRUGGLE, FIGHT, RECOURSE TO ARMS, BATTLE)

Effort to destroy the enemy and factors of progress, 438

ELDERLY (see also AGING, OLD AGE)

Contribution of the elderly, 222
The elderly in situations of suffering, 222
Families and attention to the elderly, 246
Sundays and attention to the elderly, 285

ELECT - ELECTION - ELECTORAL - ELECTORS

Participation and electoral choices, 191
Democracy and the possibility to hold elections, 406, 408, 567
Relationship between those elected and the electors, 409

EMIGRATION - see IMMIGRATION

EMPLOYERS

Indirect employers, 288
Employers and remuneration, 302

ENRICH - see WEALTH

ENTERPRISE

The common good and enterprises of an economic nature, 165
Capital and means of production in an enterprise, 276
Cooperative enterprises, 339
Business enterprise and social ecology of work, 340

ENTREPRENEURSHIP - ENTREPRENEURIAL

Human labour and entrepreneurial ability, 337
The market and entrepreneurship, 347

ENTITY

The principle of the common good and social entities, 164
The principle of subsidiarity and social entities, 186

ENVIRONMENT

Ideologies and the natural environment, 100
Original sin and the environment, 120
The common good and the environment, 166
Access to land and the environment, 180
Environmental policies and the environment, 299
Environmental compatibility and development, 319
Business firms and safeguarding environment, 340
Business owners and the quality of the environment, 345
Consumers and protecting the environment, 359
Future generations, consumption and the environment, 360
The faith of Israel and the world, a hostile environment, 451
Technology and environmental applications, 458
The environment as resource and as home, 461
The environment, the human person and ecocentrism, 463
Spirituality and the environment, 464
Responsibility and a sound, healthy environment, 465
Care for the environment as a universal duty, 466
The environment, common heritage of the human race, 467
The environment and juridical norms, 468
Authorities and environmental risks, 469
Economic activity and the environment, 470, 478
Indigenous populations and the environment, 471
Biotechnologies and protecting the environment, 472, 473
Environmental crises and poverty, 482
Trade and the exploitation of the environment, 482
Poor countries and sustainable use of the environment, 483
Environmental degradation, 486

EPISCOPAL CONFERENCE - see BISHOPS' CONFERENCE

EQUAL - EQUALITY

Man and woman, equal dignity, 111
Natural law and others as equals, 140
Incarnation and equality of people, 144
Shared growth and equality of classes, 145
Male and female and equal dignity, 146
Rights and equal dignity of people, 153
International law and equal respect of States, 157, 158
The common good and equality of people, 164
Subsidiarity and alleged equality, 187
Intervention, the State and greater equality, 188
Solidarity and equality of all, 192, 194
Solidarity of Jesus and equality, 196
Economic initiatives and alleged equality, 336
The State's presence in the economy and equality of parties, 352
Finances and the principle of equality, 355
Civil friendship and the principle of equality, 390
Equality and the French revolution, 390*
Authority and an equal moral order for all, 396
Information and conditions of equality, 414
Political and civil community and inequality in hierarchy of ends, 418
Right of the nations and equality in dignity, 437
International organizations and equality, 442
Right to development and equality, 446
Poverty and equal rights, 449
Biocentrism and egalitarian considerations, 463
International law and equality of States, 506

EQUITY

Equity and relations between peoples and States, 145, 433
Use of resources and criteria of equity, 283
Immigration and criteria of equity, 298
Equity and distribution of income, 303
The globalisation of equity, 310
The economy, public intervention and equity, 354
Equity and taxation, 355
Equity and trade relations, 364
The king, the poor and equity, 378

ERROR

Error and immanentistic visions of history, 38
The human quest for truth and errors, 40
Rerum Novarum
and errors, 89
Religious and moral truths and errors, 141
Error and changing the future, 317
Error, economic order and moral order, 330
Juridical error, 404
Religious freedom and error, 421
Error and biotechnology, 474
Separation of faith and life, an error, 554

ETHIC - ETHICS - ETHICAL (see also MORAL)

Social doctrine, philosophy and ethics, 77
Laborem Exercens
and the work ethic, 101
Freedom and ethical norms, 138
The use of good and the ethical-social order, 172
Interdependence and ethical-social commitment, 192, 193
Love, the criterion of the whole of social ethics, 204
Christian community, the family and ethical values, 229
The work of education in the family and ethical values, 238
Parents, sexual education and ethical values, 243
The family and the social-ethical order of work, 249
The subjective dimension of work and ethical value, 271
Employment, society and ethical legitimisation, 288
Time, work and challenge at the level of ethics, 311
The informal economy and ethical problems, 316
Inequalities and necessary ethical guarantees, 321
Capitalism, freedom and ethical centre, 335
International economic relations and ethical criteria, 364
Financial systems and ethical concerns, 369
The economy, socio-cultural systems and the ethical dimension, 375
The political community and the ethical-religious order, 384
Democracy and ethical relativism, 407
The media and the ethical dimension, 416
Cooperation, volunteer work and public ethics, 420
A sound, healthy environment and the ethical dimension, 465
Techniques of biotechnology and ethical problems, 473
Biotechnology and ethical criteria, 474
Economic sanctions and ethical criteria, 507
The laity and the ethical dimension of culture, 556
The media and ethical duties, 562
The ethical dimension of every problem, 569
Legislative choices and ethical duties, 570
The laity, political instruments and ethical demands, 573

EUTHANASIA

Right to life and illicitness of euthanasia, 155

EVANGELISE - EVANGELISATION (see also PROCLAIM THE GOSPEL)

Social doctrine, evangelisation and the social order, 7, 10, 82
Evangelising the social sector, 63
Evangelisation and human promotion, 66
Social doctrine, an instrument of evangelisation, 67
The ecclesial community and evangelisation, 83
Jesus and the evangelisation of humanity, 259
The Church and the freedom of evangelisation, 426
Social doctrine and the new evangelisation, 523
Social pastoral activity, evangelisation and the social order, 524, 526
The new evangelisation and works, 525
Social doctrine, catechesis and evangelisation, 530
The bishop and evangelising social realities, 539

EVIL (see also MISFORTUNES, WICKEDNESS)

Basic questions and the presence of evil, 14
The first sin, the root of all evils, 27
Rerum Novarum
, errors and social evil, 92
Discernment of good and evil, 114, 136
Sin and hope, greater than any evil, 121
Truth about evil and the judgment of conscience, 139
Freedom and evil, 143
The tree of the knowledge of good and evil, 256
Work and liberation from evil, 261
An evil, the poverty of the oppressed, 325
Love of money as the root of all evils, 328
Authorities and the condemnation of evil-doers, 380
Difficulties of communications and social evils, 416
Space and time not perceived as hostile or evil, 451
Violence is evil, 496
Recourse to arms and greater evils, 500
God the possibility of overcoming evil, 578

EXCHANGE - BARTERING (see also TRADE, COMMERCE)

Human social nature and relations of exchange, 61
Interdependence, commerce and exchange, 192
The family and exchange of goods and services, 248
Work, occasion for exchange, 273
Work and organizing the exchange of goods, 313
Free market and exchange of products, 347
The market and the exchange of equivalents, 349
Globalisation and exchange of goods and services, 361, 362, 366
International trade and terms of exchange, 364
Democracy, corruption and political bartering, 411
Biotechnology and commercial exchange, 475, 476
Developing countries and exchange of technology, 476
Arms considered as goods to be exchanged, 508
Culture and an exchange with regard to the truth about man, 556

EX-CONVICTS - see PRISON

EXPLOITATION

Exploitation of man by man, 4
Creatures and arbitrary exploitation, 113
Rights and exploitation of workers, 158
Wealth, well-being and exploitation, 174
Interdependence and forms of exploitation, 192
Solidarity, neighbour and exploitation, 193
Children and sexual exploitation, 245
Sabbath rest and exploitation of workers, 258
The industrial revolution and exploitation, 267
Labour, capital and exploited workers, 279
Alienation and pockets of exploited workers, 280
Means of production and illicit exploitation, 282
Women, workers and exploitation, 295
Child labour and exploitation, 296
Immigrants and exploitation, 298
Economic goods and exploitation, 323
Businesses and exploitation of the person, 340
Poor countries and exploitation of resources, 447
Cultural process, exploitation and resources, 461
The environment and exploitation, 463
Development and exploitation of resources, 470
Trade and exploitation of the environment, 482
International conflicts and situations of exploitation, 498
Renewal and forms of exploitation, 577

FACTORIES - see BUSINESS

FAILINGS (see also INFIDELITY)

The Church, the poor and the failings of her members, 184

FAITH

The third millennium, the Lord's face and faith, 1
Social doctrine and faith, 3
Salvation and adherence in faith, 39
Christ's disciple, Paschal Mystery and faith, 41
Sons and daughters of God by faith in Jesus Christ, 52
Disciples of Christ and the faith of Mary, 59
Creation and the theological order of faith, 64
The Church, teacher of the truth of faith, 70
Public revelation of faith, 71
Human existence and the light of faith, 72
Social doctrine, faith and reason, 74
Faith and reason, two cognitive paths, 75
Philosophy, reason and faith, 77
Science, faith and social doctrine, 78
Social doctrine, ministry and faith, 79
Social doctrine and faith as leaven, 86
Man and the response of faith to the Creator, 108
Wounds and sin in the light of faith, 116
Christian faith and ideologies, 126
Human relationality and faith, 149
Religious freedom an the truth of faith, 155
Principles, human truth and faith, 160
The common good and faith in Jesus' Passover, 170
Solidarity in the light of faith, 196
Divorced who are remarried and the support of faith, 226
Economic activity, progress and faith, 326
Faith in Jesus Christ and social development, 327
Love of money and faith, 328
The divine presence, the foundation of faith, 451
Violence and faith in Christ, 496
Promotion of peace and Christian faith, 516
Anthropology and inculturation of faith, 523
The Church, history and faith, 524
Social pastoral activity, the person and faith, 527
Catechesis and education in faith, 529
The laity and harmony between life and faith, 546
Associations, competence and faith, 550
Culture and separation of faith and life, 554
Commitment of Catholics and faith issues, 555
Human communication and the light of faith, 562
Discernment, faith and historical situations, 568
Martyrs of truth, witnesses of faith, 570
Autonomy of the State, secularity and faith, 572
The laity, political instruments and faith, 573
Faith issues and political opinions, 574
Faith in God and prosperity of States, 577
Hope and Christians who are strong in faith, 579

FALLOW

The sabbatical year and the jubilee year and fields lying fallow, 24

FALSEHOOD - see LIE

FAMILY (see also FAMILY COMMUNITY)

Social questions and the human family, 9
The Second Vatican Council and the human family, 18
The sabbatical year and the family of origin, 24
The human family and interdependence, 33
The Church and the family of men, 51
Wages and the worker's family, 91
The Church, society and the family of God, 96
Gaudium et Spes
and the theme of family, 96
Estrangement from Yahweh, sin and the family, 116
Family life and the unity of husband and wife, 147
The family and the intimate nature of man, 151
Right to live in a family, 155
Right to establish a family, 155
The family and the common good, 165
The family and full development, 168
Dignity of the person and the family, 185
The family and the principle of subsidiarity, 187
The family and humanization, 209
The family, cradle of life and of love, 209
The family, love and the Lord's faithfulness, 210
Jesus and the concrete family, 210
The Holy Family, model of family life, 210*
The family, the first natural society, 211
The family and the person, 212
The family and human ecology, 212
The family and society, 213
Priority of the family, society and the State, 214, 252, 254
The family and marriage, 215
Children, gifts for the family, 218, 230
The family as the domestic Church or little Church, 220
The family, love and communion, 221
The elderly and the family, 222
Promotion of the family and the whole of society, 225
De facto
unions and the family, 227
Unions between homosexual persons and the family, 228
Monogamous marriage and the family, 229
The family, community of love and of solidarity, 229, 238
The family, community of life, 230, 244
Procreation and the subjectivity of the family, 230
The family, sanctuary of life, 231
The family and the culture of life, 231, 237
Christian families and the Gospel of life, 231
Families, laws, institutions and the right to life, 231
The family and responsible parenthood, 232
The family and campaigns of sterilization, 234
The unborn and the stability of the family, 235
Families and communion of generations, 237
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the family, 237*
Educational work, the family and man, 238
The family and the education of children, 239
The family and scholastic institutions, 240
The family and integral education, 242
The family and the rights of children, 244
Subjectivity of families and participation, 246
Solidarity and the family, 246
Families and political action, 247
The family and family associations, 247
The family and economic life, 248
The family and work, 249, 269, 274, 284, 287, 294
The family, work and a family wage, 250
Work done by women and the family, 251, 295
Promoting the family, society and the State, 252
Rights of the family, 253
Family policies and rights of the family, 253
Identity of the family and life in society, 253
Sundays and the family, 285
Work and the common good of the human family, 287
Innovations and the human family, 317
Science, changes and the human family, 320
The human family and globalisation, 322
Progress and the human family, 333
Companies, mothers and the family, 345
Solidarity between generations and the family, 367
Economic systems and the human family, 371
International organisms and the human family, 371
Economic development and the human family, 372
God's action and the human family, 428, 430
Unity of the human family, 431, 432
Unity of the human family and ideologies, 433
Nations and the good of the human family, 434
Awareness of nations and the family, 435
Magisterium and the human family living together in society, 441
The Holy See and the human family, 444
The human family and the right to development, 446
Cooperation and the human family, 448
Future generations and the human family, 467
Mass and peace for the entire family of God, 519*
Values common to all the human family, 537
The laity and family life, 543
Secular life, family life, 546
Person, the Church and the family of men, 552
Defence of the family and life in society, 553
Promotion of the family and morality, 569

FAMILY COMMUNITY (see also COMMUNITY)

The family community and human ecology, 212
The family, a natural community, 213
The family, a community of love, 229, 238
The family, a community of life, 230
The family community and children, 230
Children and the family, a community of persons, 244

FATHER

Man as father of his own being, 135
The right to be born to a father and a mother, 235
Man's responsibility as father, 251
Abraham, father of a multitude of peoples, 430, 451

FATHERHOOD AND MOTHERHOOD - see PARENTHOOD

FESTIVE - FESTAL - HOLIDAY

The eternal Sabbath, festive celebration and man, 261
The right to rest and holidays, 284
The Lord's Day and festal gathering, 285
Recognition and Sundays, holidays, 286

FIDELITY

The Compendium and fidelity to grace, 8
The Decalogue and fidelity to the one true God, 23
Fidelity to the covenant and the social life of Israel, 24
The Church, evangelisation and fidelity to Christ, 71
The family and fidelity to the Lord, 210
The marriage bond and fidelity of the spouses, 216, 217
Israel's infidelity and the fidelity of the Lord, 219*
Conjugal sexuality, unity and fidelity, 223
Divorce and unfailing fidelity to God, 225
Divorced who are remarried and the Church's fidelity, 226
Economic initiative and fidelity in relations, 343
The failure of Kingship and fidelity to Yahweh, 378
Holiness and fidelity to the law of the Lord, 530
Democracy and fidelity to one's identity, 569

FIGHT (see also STRUGGLE, RECOURSE TO ARMS, EFFORT TO DESTROY, BATTLE)

Striking, a peaceful method of fighting for rights, 304
Option for the poor and the fight against poverty, 449
Biotechnology and fight against hunger, 478
The fight against terrorism, 513, 514
Ecumenism and the fight against poverty, 535

FINANCE - FINANCIAL

Proclaiming the Gospel in society and in the world of finance, 70
Quadragesimo Anno
and financial groups, 91
Financing campaigns of sterilization, 234
Labour, capital and financial resources, 276
Labour and goods of the world of finance, 282
International cooperation and financial relations, 292
Unions and the globalisation of finance, 308
Defence of work and financial fluxes, 314
Democracy and the globalisation of finance, 321
Financial activity and recourse to usury, 341
Businesses and international financial relations, 342
Business owners and networks of financial bonds, 344
Tax revenues and public financing, 355
Public financing and the common good, 355
Consumers and financial resources, 358
Economic and financial globalisation, 361, 362
Innovations and financial resources, 363
Globalisation, civil society and finances, 366
Financial markets and the activity of production, 368
Investments and financial markets, 368
The financial economy and the real economy, 369
The international community and guidance of financial systems, 370
World financial system and the common good, 371
Information, democracy and financial power, 414
Underdevelopment and financial mechanisms, 446
The debt crisis and financial speculation, 450
The environment, the economy and financial calculations, 470
Terrorism and financial resources, 513

FOOD SUPPLY

Lack of adequate food supply, 245
Scientists, biotechnology and food supply, 477
The common good and food supply, 478

FORGIVENESS

Solidarity and the dimension of forgiveness, 196
The “Our Father” and forgiveness, 492
The past, peace and forgiveness, 517
Forgiveness, requirement of justice and truth, 518

FORMATION - FORMED

The Compendium and those responsible for formation, 11
Social doctrine and the formation of consciences, 81, 83
Work of formation and shared participation of citizens, 191
Parents and the moral formation of children, 239
Parents and choice of formation instruments, 242
Children and academic formation, 245
Work prospects and formation, 289
Employment, opportunities for formation and adults, 290
Women, work and professional formation, 295
Agrarian reform and formation in agriculture, 300
Changes in work and formational support, 314
Consumerism and formation of personality, 360
Progress and formation of producers, 376
Political parties and formation of political choices, 413
Removal of landmines and technical formation, 510
Social doctrine and formation, 528, 529, 530
Formational value of a lived Christianity, 530
Social doctrine and formation of the laity, 531
Educational institutions and formational services, 532
Social doctrine and priestly formation, 533
Social doctrine, priests and formational paths, 539
The laity and the formational service of spiritual directors, 546
Ecclesial lay associations and formation, 549
Formation of culture and the person, 556
Social action and personal formation, 557
Formation and information technology, 561
Unjust laws and formed Christian consciences, 570

FRATERNAL - FRATERNITY - BROTHERHOOD

Men, the love of God and fraternal relations, 4
Ecumenical cooperation and fraternity, 12, 535
God's plan of brotherhood, 17
The Church, fraternal communion and human dignity, 51
Love and universal brotherhood, 54
Brotherhood and the Kingdom of truth, 57
Man, moral law and brotherhood, 137
Equality and brotherhood among men, 144
Giving alms to the poor and fraternal charity, 184
Appeal of charity and brotherhood, 207
Brotherhood the meaning of work, 261
Membership and a fraternal community, 264
Economic goods, life in society and brotherhood, 325
Civil life and fraternity, 390
The principle of fraternity and civil friendship, 390
The French revolution and fraternity, 390*
Public ethics and fraternal dialogue, 420
Disciple, use of things and fraternity, 529
The laity, culture and the value of fraternity, 558

FREE - FREEDOM (see also FREE TIME)

The Gospel and authentic freedom, 2
Integral humanism and freedom, 19
Exodus and obtaining freedom, 21
Jesus and freedom of the oppressed, 28
Trinitarian love and human freedom, 34
Created things and freedom of spirit, 44
God's plan and human freedom, 45
Man, everything as a gift of God and freedom, 46
The human person, ultimate purpose and freedom, 48
Religious freedom and historical and cultural contributions, 50
Community of Christians and space for freedom, 53
Goods, freedom and the Kingdom of God, 57
Mary, perfect icon of freedom, 59
Social doctrine and projects of freedom, 63
Social doctrine, philosophy and freedom, 77
Quadragesimo Anno
and freedom of association, 91
Pacem in Terris
and living together in society in freedom, 95
Dignitatis Humanae
and religious freedom, 97
Dominion over the world, freedom and exploitation, 113
Sin and freedom, 116, 117
Social sin and the freedom of others, 128
The person, freedom and acts of freedom, 131
Man and restrictions of freedom, 133
Man and the value of freedom, 135
Freedom and dependence as a creature on God, 136
Freedom and conditions of economic order, 137
Freedom and obedience to truth, 138, 139, 155
Freedom and natural moral law, 140, 142, 143
Right to religious freedom, 155, 553
Principles of social doctrine and freedom, 163
The common good and freedom of communication, 166
Private property and human freedom, 176
Subsidiarity and freedom, 186, 187
Solidarity and human freedom, 194
Social values, development and freedom, 197
Freedom and dignity of the person, 199, 200
Charity and the value of freedom, 205
De facto
unions and freedom, 227
Number of children and the freedom of married couples, 234
The family, the work of education and freedom, 238, 252
Parents, educational institutions and freedom, 241
A family wage, guarantee of freedom, 250
Sabbath rest and freedom, 258
Religious freedom and holidays, 286
Salary, justice and freedom of contract, 302
Economic inequalities and freedom of peoples, 321
The economy and fullness of freedom, 326
Capitalism and free creativity, 335, 336
The market, legal norms and freedom, 350, 352
The economy, private freedom and public action, 354
Globalisation and freedom of trade, 366
Christian thoughts on power and freedom, 380, 383
The political community, the people and freedom, 385
Minorities and duty to promote freedom, 387
Civil friendship and the principle of freedom, 390
Unjust laws, cooperation and freedom, 399
Control exercised by citizens and freedom of elected officials, 409
Information and freedom, 415
Right to social and civil freedom, 421, 422, 443, 424
The Church, recognition and freedom, 426
The creation of man and freedom, 428
Unity of the human family and freedom, 432
Nations living together and freedom, 433
National sovereignty and freedom, 435
International order and the freedom of every nation, 438
The United Nations and the freedom of peoples, 440
The Holy See and freedom, 445
Poverty and lack of freedom, 447
Science, biotechnology and freedom, 477
Violence and the freedom of human beings, 496
Defence, armed forces and freedom of a country, 502
Salvation and limits to human freedom, 526
Orderly life in society and freedom, 527
Social catechesis and freedom, 530
Culture, freedom and the media, 557
Political authority and the force of freedom, 567
Autonomy of the State, unity and freedom, 571
The Gospel of Christ and human freedom, 576

FREE TIME

People and sufficient rest and free time, 284
Free time and tending to family life, 284

FRIENDSHIP

Principle of subsidiarity, “friendship”, 103, 194*
Friendship, the human family and the first sin, 116
Civil friendship and political society, 390-392
Friendship between peoples and religions, 515

GENERATION

Present generations and decisive choices, 16
Every generation in Israel and the sabbatical year, 25
The nation, the future and the younger generations, 157, 244
International cooperation and future generations, 166
Mankind and present and future generations, 195
The elderly and connections between generations, 222
Procreation and generations, 230
Families and communion of generations, 237
The family and solidarity between generations, 248
Heirs and the work of generations, 274
Unemployment and younger generations, 287
Consumerism and future generations, 360
Globalisation, solidarity and generations, 367
Generations and individualistic culture, 373
Dignity of the human creature and generations, 428
The ecosystem and future generations, 459
Ethic of respect and human generations, 465
Responsibility, present and future generations, 467
Biotechnology, patrimony and future generations, 477
The United Nations, future generations and war, 501

GENOCIDE

Human rights and genocide, 158
Minorities and forms of genocide, 387
The twentieth century and genocide, 506

GIFT

The perfect gift and God, 12
Bear witness to the gift received from God, 17
The dimension of gift and human existence, 20
Managing with others the gift received from God, 20
Freedom and land, God's gift to his people, 21, 23
Jesus, mankind and God's gift, 29
The gift of the Holy Spirit, 29, 45
The gift of the Son given by the Father, 32, 219
Human fulfilment and the gift of self, 34, 47, 221, 391
Mutual gift between the Father and his children, 46
Man and acceptance of everything from God as a gift, 46
The gift of God, possibility and expectation of man, 48
Personal fulfilment and the gift of the Spirit, 58
Establishment of the Kingdom, gift of God, 58
The Son of God's gift of redeeming love, 65
God, man and the gift of salvation, 70
Man and woman and the gift of self, 111, 212, 218
Freedom and the gift of self, 143
Interpersonal relationship in the couple and gift, 147
Human social nature and the gift of self, 150
Land, gift of God and sustenance, 171
Justice and the gift of charity, 184
Generations and the sharing of the same gift, 195
Children, a gift to parents, families and society, 212, 230
Conjugal love, total gift of two people, 215, 223
Life, a gift of God, 231
Created goods, the Creator's gift to man, 255, 256, 323
Kingly power as a gift of Yahweh, 377
The gift to man of someone similar to him, 428
The world, a gift of God, 451
New heavens and a new earth, gift of the end-times, 455
Human creativity, a gift of God, 457
Nature, the Creator's gift to humanity, 473
Intelligence and freedom, gifts of the Most High, 477
Water, a gift of God, 484
Peace, a gift of God and of Jesus Christ, 488-489, 491, 491*
New life in Christ, a gift of the Spirit, 529
Men and women religious and the total gift of self, 540
The laity and the sacraments, divine gift of grace, 542
Witness of the laity and gift of grace, 544
The gift of tongues, 562
Charity and a life of self-giving, 583

GLOBAL

Social doctrine and global vision of man, 81
Global expansion of work, 282
Work, global involvement and the person, 311
Work, the local and global economy, 319
Work and global development in solidarity, 321
The economy, an instrument for global growth, 326
Wealth and global development in solidarity, 334
Globalisation and global horizon, 361
Global economy and inequalities, 362
Global political community and solidarity, 367
Global market and financial crises, 368
Financial dynamics and global operators, 370
Universal authority and a global super-State, 441
The environment and globality of the ecological crisis, 466
Demographic policy and global development, 483

GLOBAL COMMUNITY - see INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY

GLOBALIZATION - GLOBALIZED

Fundamental questions and globalisation, 16
Agricultural work and globalised economy, 299
Agrarian reform and globalisation, 300
Unions and processes of globalisation, 308
Work and globalisation of protection, 310
Globalisation and identity of work, 312
Countries, work and globalisation, 314
Work and globalisation of solidarity, 321
Globalisation and a humanism of work, 322
Economic and financial globalisation, 361, 362
The common good and globalisation, 363
Globalisation and defence of human rights, 365
Globalisation and civil society, 366
Globalisation, solidarity and generations, 367
Globalisation and centrality of the State, 370
Politics and the globalisation of problems, 442
Rethinking the economy and globalisation, 564

GOD

Social doctrine and the love of God, 3
Man loved by God, relationships and structures, 4
Anthropology, Revelation and the love of God, 9
God the Creator and earthly realities, 11
The Compendium and the presence of God's Spirit, 12
Social doctrine and the style of dialogue with God, 13
Disciples and God's plan of salvation, 17
The Church, humanism and God's plan of love, 19
Religious experience, mankind and God, 20
Religious experience and the revelation of God, 21
The revelation of God and historical gestures, 21
Covenant, God and Israel, 22
The Decalogue, God and Israel, 22, 23
God inspires justice, 24
The sabbatical year, God and Israel, 24, 25
God's plan and the principle of creation, 26, 27
Breaking communion with God and rupture in relations, 27
God the Father, Jesus and man, 28, 29
Jesus and God's plan of love, 29
God and the revelation of Trinitarian love, 30, 31
God and the commandment of mutual love, 32, 22
God as Trinity and human ethos, 33
Unity of the human race and the intimate life of God, 33
The mystery of God, Trinitarian love and person, 34, 35, 36, 37
God, salvation and man, 38, 39, 40
God, the paschal mystery and new life, 41
God, grace and man, 43
Man and things created by God, 44
The presence of God and human identity, 45
God, man, conflict and love, 46
The ultimate end of the human person and God, 47
The gift of God and humanity's destiny, 48
God and the totalitarian vision of the State, 48
God, intra-worldly ideology and progress, 48
The Church, union with God and the human race, 49
The Church, the Kingdom of God and salvation, 49, 50, 51
God, redemption, the person and social relations, 52, 53, 54, 55
Natural law and God the Creator, 53
The promise of God, the person and an eternal dwelling place, 56, 58
Mary and God's plan of love, 59
Truth about God who saves and love for the poor, 59
Man, woman, the Church and the Kingdom of God, 60
The Church, sacrament of God's love, 60
The Church, God's tent of meeting, 60
The Church, God's dwelling place with men, 60
Man, God's love and history, 60
Social doctrine and God's Spirit, 63
The world, created by God, and the original link, 64
Social doctrine and the proclamation of God, 67
God, man and the gift of salvation, 70
Social doctrine and God's plan for creation, 74
Faith, God's self-giving in Christ and the person, 75
Social doctrine and the word of God, 78
God and those to whom the Church's social doctrine is addressed, 84
The magisterium of Pope Pius XII and the word of God, 93
Gaudium et Spes
and the people of God, 96
The Church, human society and the family of God, 96
The human person, a creature willed by God, 96
Development and recognition of God, 98
Social teaching, reciprocity, God and man, 103
Man, image of God and dignity, 105, 108
Christ, the perfect image of God, 105
The human person, creature of God, 108
God, the human creature and the summit of creation, 108
Man and constitutive relation with God, 109
God, the social dimension human nature, 110
God and the creation of human beings as man and woman, 110
The human couple and the image of God, 111
The human couple and the creativity of God, 111
God and human life as sacred and inviolable, 112
God, the Lord of life and death, 112
God, the author of all creation, 113
God and the human heart (cf. Eccles 3:11), 114
God, man and the first sin, 115
Sin, separation from God and alienation, 116
Social sin and God, 118
The will of God, profit and power, 119
God, sin and Christian reconciliation, 121, 122
Faith, ideologies and God, 126
Man created by God and the unity of body and soul, 127, 128
Man, transcendence and God, 130
The human person and fulfilment in God, 133
God, man and freedom, 135, 136, 143, 199
God and divine and natural law, 140, 141, 142
God and the equality of people, 144
God and the unity of the two, man and woman, 147
God and the human person as a social being, 149
Human rights and God the Creator, 152, 153
Principles and the commandment of love of God, 160
Truth about God and human inclinations, 167*
The common good and God as ultimate end, 170
God, man and the destination of goods, 171, 177, 181, 328, 481
Alms, the practice of justice and God, 184
Jesus, God-with-us and solidarity, 196
God, neighbour and justice, 201
God's plan and the couple, 209
The institution of marriage and God, 215, 217
Polygamy and God's original plan, 217
The marriage covenant, God and men, 219, 219*
The family, the Kingdom of God and temporal things, 220
Conjugal love and fidelity to God, 225
Divorced persons who are remarried and God, 226
The homosexual person and God's plan, 228
The task of procreation and God, 230, 231, 232, 234, 237
God the Creator, man and the earth, 255
The sin of Adam and Eve and God, 256
God, work and man's final goal, 257
The Sabbath rest and God, 258
Man, things and the Kingdom of God, 260
Work, the Sabbath and God, 261
The visible world, created by God for man, 262
Work, the world, man and God, 265
Human action and the action of God, 266
Man, the image of God and work, 270, 275, 317
Believers, Sunday and worship of God, 284
Material goods, poverty and God, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327
Wealth, economic activity and God, 328, 329
Morality, the economy and God the Creator, 330, 333
Development, the human person and God's call, 373, 374
The sense of God and the development of human society, 375
God, history and men of charisma, 377
Jesus, power and God, 379
Christians, power and the order established by God, 380, 381, 382, 383, 384
Authority, the social nature of human beings and God, 393
God, authority and moral order, 396
Obedience to authority and God, 398
Conscientious objection and the law of God, 399
Religious freedom and God, 421
Unity of the human race and God, 428, 429, 430, 431, 432
Man, God and eternal salvation, 445
The faith of Israel and the world as God's gift, 451, 452, 453, 454, 455
The world, God and human activity, 456, 457
Human genius and the power of God, 457
Man, the world, transcendence and God, 464
Water, God's gift, 484
Man, the world and the mystery of God, 487
Peace, God and man, 488, 489, 490, 491, 492
Peace, social order and God, 494, 495
Elimination of groups and crimes against God, 506
Arms of mass destruction and God, 509
Terrorists, martyrs and God, 515
Peace, the Church and God, 516
Prayer for peace and God, 519, 519*
The word of God and the action of Christians, 525
Evangelisation, God and man, 526
The way of holiness and love of God, 530
The Church, the Jewish people and the one God, 536
The Church, mission and the people of God, 538
Consecrated persons and God's plan, 540
The laity, the Kingdom of God and temporal things, 541, 543
The laity, disciple of Christ and God, 542
Lay spirituality and the mystery of God, 545
The word of God and the Christian path, 546
Prudence, reality and God's plan, 547
Doctrine of the Church, man and God, 551
Culture and nostalgia for God, 554
The mystery of God is at the centre of every culture, 559
Man and independence from God, 560
God and the final fulfilment of human life, 562
The human being, God and the meaning of existence, 576
Faith in God and moral principles, 577
God, man, good and evil, 578
Love, God and man, 582
Love, effectiveness and relation to God, 583

GOOD - GOODNESS (see also COMMON GOOD)

Man and human development in goodness, 4
People and the true good of humanity, 6
The Compendium and the good of mankind, 10
Institutions, remedies and the good of all, 42
Firm determination and the good of all, 43
The common good and the social community, 61
Work, the good of the person, 101
Discernment of good and evil, 114
Actions opposed to what is good, profit and power, 119
Mankind and the absolute good, 130
The social order and the good of the human person, 132
Mankind, good and freedom, 135, 136
Truth, good and the judgment of conscience, 139
God, source and judge of every good, 140
Freedom, truth and human good, 142, 143, 165, 200
Mutual action and the good of all, 145
Love of the good and stable groups, 150
Human rights and the good of the person, 154
Moral actions of individuals and the common good, 164
The common good, the good of all people and the whole person, 165
The common good, a difficult good to attain, 167
Responsibility and the good of the civil community, 169
Jesus, the supreme good, 170
Solidarity, the good of each and every person, 193, 194
Human society, the good and truth, 205
Social charity and the good of the person, 207, 208
Good and man being alone, 209
The family and notions of goodness, 212
The family and the good of society, 213, 214, 229
Marriage and the good of the spouses and of children, 215
The elderly, young people and the good of young people, 222
Complementarity and the good of marriage, 224
Married couples and the good of indissolubility, 225
Responsible parenthood and social good, 232
Education and the good of society, 242
Authority of parents and the good of children, 242
Associations and the good of the family, 247
The tree of the knowledge of good and evil, 256
Workers, the hand of Christ and good, 265
Work, a good for men and women, 287
Work, a good for all people, 288
The struggle for justice and the just good, 306
God and every good as a gift to be administered, 323
Riches, a gift that comes from God, 329
Economic life and the good of all society, 331
Business ventures, a good for all, 339
Authority and the good of persons, 380
Natural tension, mankind and good, 384
Human society and moral good, 386
The State, administrator of the good of the people, 412
The good of persons and the good of communities, 416, 420, 445
Social doctrine and the good of all people and of every person, 449
Human activity and the good of humanity, 457, 522
The environment, a collective good, 466
Development and the good of every person and of humanity, 483
Water, a public good, 485
Peace, a messianic good, 491
God, the supreme good, 494
Peace and the good of people, 495
Armed forces and the good of the world, 502
The good of the person and parties in conflict, 504
The Church and the good of all people and of every person, 527
Prudence and discernment of the true good, 547, 548
Dignity of the human person, a precious good, 552
Religious freedom, one of the highest goods, 553
The good of all society and the essential ends of culture, 556
God and the possibility of attaining good, 578
Love, an historical force towards good, 580, 581

GOODS

God, conditions of life and necessary goods, 20, 428
The sabbatical year and the release of goods, 24
Man and woman and the goods of creation, 26
Goods, Christ and the Kingdom of God, 57
The Magnificat and goods to those who are hungry, 59
Authentic development and the multiplication of goods, 102
Human goods and unjust restrictions, 133
The right to participate in work and goods, 155
The more fortunate and placing goods at the service of others, 158
The common good and particular goods, 164
The distribution of created goods and justice, 167
Political institutions and necessary goods, 168
Principle of the universal destination of goods, 171, 173, 174, 177, 328, 346*, 364, 449
The universal right to the use of goods, 172, 173
Private property and the ownership of goods, 176, 177, 282, 346*
Goods, the obligation to use them and owners, 178
New types of goods and their universal destination, 179, 283
Developing countries, land and goods, 180
Ownership and idolatry of goods, 181
Preferential option for the poor and goods, 182
Solidarity and the destination of goods, 194
People and material and immaterial goods, 195
Justice and the distribution of goods, 206, 582
Economic life, the family and goods, 248
Man and the care of the goods created by God, 255
Accumulation of goods and depriving others of goods, 258
Property, work and goods, 282
The third sector and its relations to goods, 293
Wages and access to the goods of the earth, 302
Economic well-being and produced goods, 303
The Old Testament and economic goods, 323
God and the relation to economic goods, 324
Jesus and economic goods, 325
The administration of goods, 328, 329
The task of the economy and material goods, 331, 333
Efficiency and the production of goods, 332
Wealth and the availability of goods, 332
Development and the accumulation of goods, 334
Businesses and the production of goods, 338, 340
Economic resources, goods and services, 346
The free market and goods, 347, 349, 353, 356
Man, producer and consumer of goods, 350
Globalization and exchange of goods, 361
Solidarity between generations and goods, 367
Rich countries and material goods, 374
Social-cultural systems and goods, 375
Rights, friendship and material goods, 390
Justice and the enjoyment of one's own goods, 391
The freedom to acquire and possess goods, 426
The destination of goods and the right to development, 446
International cooperation and goods, 448
Public opinion and the goods of creation, 468
The market and the environment, goods to be protected, 470
Ecology and the sharing of goods, 481
The destination of goods, the environment and poverty, 482
The destination of goods and water, 484
Peace, a messianic good and other goods, 491
Arms as goods exchanged on the market, 508
Goods and ecumenical dialogue, 535
Earthly activity of the laity and definitive goods, 544
Religious freedom, one of the highest goods, 553
Hearts and material goods, 581

GOSPEL

Third millennium and proclamation of the Gospel, 2
The Church, the Gospel and human dignity, 3, 51
The Compendium, the Gospel and mankind's problems, 8
Christian communities, situations and the Gospel, 11, 574
Solidarity between the Church and the world and the Gospel, 18
The Ten Commandments and the rich young man of the Gospel, 22
The Church, the Kingdom of God and the Gospel, 50
The Gospel of Jesus and anticipation of the future, 52
Social relations, practice and the Gospel, 53
Social teaching, the Gospel and relations, 62
Making society fruitful with the Gospel, 62
Social doctrine and the Gospel of the Kingdom, 63
Man and the saving economy of the Gospel, 65
Social doctrine, the Gospel and consecrated life, 66
The Church, competence and the Gospel, 68
The Church, teacher of truth and the Gospel, 70
Evangelisation of society and the Gospel, 70, 71
Public relevance of the Gospel, 71
Interpretation and the Gospel teaching on man, 72
Philosophy, the Gospel and society, 77
The Gospel and social doctrine, 85, 86, 87
Human rights and the privilege accorded by the Gospel to the poor, 158
Destination of goods and the Gospel, 175
The Church, the poor and the Gospel of the Beatitudes, 184
Justice, merciful love and the Gospel, 206
Conjugal charity, social nature and the Gospel, 220
Christian families and the Gospel of life, 231
The industrial revolution and the Gospel, 267
The ideal king, the Gospels and Jesus of Nazareth, 378
Conscientious objection and the Gospel, 399
Creation, disciple and the Gospel, 453
Peace and proclamation of the Gospel, 493
Social significance of the Gospel, 521
Anthropology, inculturation and the Gospel, 523
The Gospel and social dimension, 526
Educational institutions, the Gospel and branches of knowledge, 532
Commitment of the people of God and the Gospel, 538
The laity, the Gospel and temporal realities, 543
Social and political culture and the Gospel, 555
The laity, discernment and the Gospel, 568
Ethical dimension, values and the Gospel, 576
Social question, Christ and the Gospel, 577
Hope, social commitment and the Gospel, 579
Social relations, Christian love and the Gospel, 581

GOVERN - GOVERNMENT - GOVERNOR (see also RULER)

Humanism governed by spiritual values, 98
Democratic government and human rights, 158
Cooperation and governmental bodies, 159
The common good, special interests and government, 169
Democratic government and participation, 190
Work and world government, 265
Unions and a class struggle that governs society, 306
Imbalances and the possibility to manage radical changes, 321
National States and the ability to govern processes of change, 342
Globalisation and the action of governments, 370
Ideal of the king who governs with wisdom, 378
Duties of the king and his governors, 380
God and governing the world, 383
The people and those charged with governing, 395
Democracy, those who govern and the governed, 406
Elected officials and the activity of government, 409
Political corruption, those who govern and the governed, 411
Control of new media and government activity, 414
Governments and non-governmental organizations, 443
Man and governing the world in justice, 456
Man and governing nature, 460
Peace, the king who governs and God's justice, 490
Sanctions and the government of a country, 507
Light weapons, governments and regulations, 511
The laity, democracy and the governed, 567
Autonomy of the State and the government of individual countries, 571

GRATUITOUS - GRATUITOUSNESS

Gratuitousness and religious experience, 20
Gratuitousness of divine action, 22, 27
Style of gratuitousness inspired by God, 24
Gratuitousness of the salvation event, 25
The Lord's gratuitous action and man, 26
Man and woman and divine gratuitousness, 26
Jesus' activity and the gratuitousness of God, 29
God's gratuitous love and humanity, 31
The Father and the gratuitousness of the divine gift of the Son, 32
The creation of man, a gratuitous act of God, 36
Solidarity and the dimension of gratuitousness, 196
Love and relations of gratuitousness, 221
The person and the mentality of gratuitousness, 391

GROUPS

The human dimension of relationships and intermediate groups, 61
Social doctrine, persons and religious groups, 84
Quadragesimo Anno
and financial groups, 91
Sin, the person and groups, 117
Social sin and relations between groups, 118
Human social nature and stable groups, 150
Social doctrine and relations between groups, 161
Principle of the common good and groups, 164
Social nature, the common good and intermediate groups, 165
The common good and particular goods of groups, 169
The person, subsidiarity and groups, 185
Solidarity and bonds of social groups, 194
Social problems, truth and social groups, 198
Labour, capital and business owner groups, 279
New branches of knowledge and limited groups of power, 283
Men of culture and group interests, 320
Economic growth and social groups, 332
Minorities, groups with rights and duties, 387
The common good and rights of social groups, 389
Political authority and free activity of groups, 394
Democracy and the formation of narrow ruling groups, 406
The media and rivalry between groups, 416
Political community, civil society and groups, 417, 418
Community, recognition and religious groups, 423
The environment and health for small groups, 465
Biotechnology and research groups, 474
International community and survival of groups, 506
Light weapons and groups of combatants, 511
Defence of the person, Christians and groups, 538
Lay formation, choices and groups, 549
Lay faithful working together in groups, in activities with others, 549
The media, choices and groups, 560
The laity, democracy and groups of power, 567

HANDICAPS - HANDICAPPED

Persons with disabilities and rights, 148
The dignity of children with handicaps, 244
The family and subjects with handicaps, 246

HEALTH CARE

Multitudes without health care, 182
Health care, underdevelopment and poverty, 447

HEART

The whole man and heart, 13
Carrying basic questions within the heart, 17
The heart and the needy, 23
The Spirit of God and the human heart, 25, 41, 63
Jesus and the heart of the experience of the divine, 29
Loving the Lord with all the heart, 40
The heart of the person, God and man, 40
The hearts of people and grace, 41
Priority of the conversion of the heart, 42
The heart of Mary, 59
Social doctrine, the heart and ministry, 67
Man, the heart of social teaching, 107
Dimension and inclinations of the heart, 128
The natural law and the human heart, 141, 397, 436
Marriage and hardness of heart, 217
Jesus Christ and hardness of heart, 219
The heart and heavenly treasures, 260
David, the new law and the heart of believers, 324
Business owners and the heart of the company, 344
The King as friend to the pure of heart, 378
Peace, God and the heart, 490
Prayer, heart, God and neighbour, 519
The heart and the gift of a new humanity, 540
Conversion of heart and man, 552
God and the desires of the human heart, 576
Morality and the heart of cultural issues, 577

HEALTH (see also MEDICINE)

The common good and health, 166
Love and health care, 182
Family needs and health, 284
Work activities and protecting health, 293
Work environment and physical health, 301
Responsibility and a healthy environment, 465
Problems of health care and biotechnology, 477
Biotechnology disease and health, 478

HOLIDAY - see FESTIVE

HOLY - HOLINESS (see also SANCTIFICATION)

Jesus and life and death made holy, 41
Good and the Kingdom of holiness, 57
Original sin, Adam and holiness, 115
Christian couples and the path to holiness, 220
Sunday, a day to be kept holy, 285
Man and governing the world in holiness, 456
Lived Christianity and a life of holiness, 530
Consecrated persons and the value of holiness, 540

HOLY SEE

The Holy See and the Convention of the Rights of Children, 245*
The Holy See and international subjectivity, 444
The diplomatic service of the Holy See, 445
The Holy See and juridical instruments on weapons, 509*

HOME

Civilian populations taken from their homes, 504

HOPE

Hope in Christ, goal of history, 1
Social doctrine, hope and full justice, 3
Hope and the complexities of current situations, 9
The Compendium and looking to the future with hope, 10
Hope and dialogue with religions, 12
Faith and firm hope in God, 39
Hope and work in present realities, 56
Mary, heir to the hope of the righteous, 59
The Church and the hope of men, 60
Christian realism and the light of hope, 121
Creation and hope, 123
The poor without hope and a better future, 182
Jesus and social life as a place of hope, 196
Truth of love, source of hope, 223
Divorced who are remarried and the support of hope, 226
Tasks of work and fresh hopes, 269
Economic activity, hope and new humanity, 326
Globalisation and new hopes, 362
The Psalms and hope in the ideal of a faithful king, 378
Armed struggle and well-founded hope for success, 401
Sign of hope and the death penalty, 405
Techniques of biotechnology and biogenetics and hope, 472
Lay spirituality and bestowing hope on existence, 545
Martyrs of truth, witnesses of hope, 570
Christian commitment in the world and hope, 578, 579

HOUSING

Housing, an essential personal service, 166
Right to housing and security, 365
Decent housing, 482
Lack of housing, 535

HUMANISM

Integral and solidary humanism, 6, 7
Humanism and God's plan of love, 19
The Church and complete humanism, 82
Complete humanism and spiritual values, 98
Humanism of work at a worldwide level, 322
Christ and integral and solidary humanism, 327
Poverty and complete humanism, 449
War, failure of every humanism, 497
The laity and characteristics of action proper to atheistic humanism, 544

HUMANITY

New law of love and humanity, 3
Humanity connected by a sole destiny, 6
The Church and the destiny of humanity, 8, 18
Wisdom of humanity, civilization and culture, 14
Great challenges and humanity of today, 16
Humanity and plan of salvation, 17
Moral and social virtues and a new humanity, 19
The Ten Commandments and man's humanity, 22
Principle of creation and humanity, 26
The fall of our first parents and humanity, 27
God's gratuitous love for humanity, 31, 54
Humanity and interpersonal communion, 33
Natural law and humanity, 37
Error and deception of humanity's claim to self-salvation, 38
Humanity's destiny and God's gift, 48
The Kingdom, the Church and the whole of humanity, 50, 53
Mutual love, goal of humanity, 55
Mary's “fiat” and humanity, 59
Mary, icon of the freedom of humanity, 59
The Church and humanity, 60, 96
The Church, expert in humanity, 61
The Church and global vision of humanity, 81
Social doctrine and humanity's potential, 84
Populorum Progressio
, development and humanity, 98
Original sin and humanity, 115
Creation, the Redeemer and humanity, 123
Human dignity and the whole of humanity, 145
Denial of our common humanity, 148
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
and humanity, 152
International law and the good of humanity, 157
International cooperation and the good of humanity, 166
Jesus' paschal mystery and the true good of humanity, 170
Universal destination of goods and humanity, 177
New discoveries, humanity's heritage, 179
The history of humanity and relations, 192
Jesus of Nazareth and humanity, 196, 219, 453
The Lord and humanity to be evangelized, 259
Work and humanity, 261
Work and man's humanity, 263, 274
The economy and a new humanity, 326
The economy and development in solidarity of humanity, 332, 333, 373
Economic initiative and man's humanity, 336
Usury and brothers in humanity, 341
Businesses and development of humanity, 342
Globalisation and humanity, 362
Rich countries and loss of humanity, 374
The ethical-religious order and humanity, 384
Information system and humanity, 415
God's covenant with Noah and humanity, 429
The Lord Jesus, prototype of the new humanity, 431
Humanity and worldwide community, 432
Universal moral law and humanity, 436
War and humanity, 438
The Church, civil authority and humanity, 445
Humanity's conquests and God's grandeur, 457
Science at the service of humanity, 458
Humanity of today and the environment, 465, 466
Indigenous peoples, an irreplaceable resource for humanity, 471
Biotechnology and material belonging to humanity, 477
Violence and truth about humanity, 496
War, a defeat for humanity, 497
People and their common humanity, 499
Principle of humanity and the effects of war, 505
Elimination of groups, crime against humanity, 506
International criminal court and crimes against humanity, 506
Arms of destruction and humanity, 509
Terrorism, and offence against all humanity, 514
Morality of social action and the good of humanity, 522
Men and women religious and a new humanity, 540
History of humanity and free acts, 552
Ethical dimension of culture and humanity, 556
Humanity and civilization of love, 582

HUNGER

The Church, love and hunger, 5
The words of Christ, “I was hungry...”, 57
Usury and hunger, 458
Biotechnology and the fight against hunger, 478
The environment, poverty and hunger, 482
Ecumenical cooperation and hunger, 535

IDEOLOGY - IDEOLOGICAL

Intraworldly ideologies of progress, 48
Social doctrine and the field of ideology, 72
Social doctrine and ideological systems, 85
Ideological disputes of the 1970s, 100
Inadequacy of ideologies, 100
Reductionist conceptions, of an ideological character, 124
Christian faith and ideologies, 126
Ideologies and the social contract, 149*
Individualistic and collective ideologies, 390
Communication and ideology, 416
Man and ideological policies, 417
Ideological internationalism, 432
Unity of the human family and ideologies, 433
Scientific and technocratic ideologies, 462
Ideological control and social communications, 557
Christian commitment and ideological visions, 558

ILLITERACY

Illiteracy, poverty and the Church, 5
Illiteracy, underdevelopment and poverty, 447
Illiteracy and ecumenical cooperation, 535

IMBALANCE - DISPARITY (see also INEQUALITY)

Social doctrine, denunciation and imbalances, 81
The common good and disparities, 167
State intervention and serious social imbalances, 188
Imbalances in the world of work, 321
Imbalances between man and nature, 454

IMMIGRATION - EMIGRATION - IMMIGRANTS

Octogesima Adveniens and emigration, 100
Unemployment and immigration, 289
Immigration, a resource for development, 297
Regulating immigration, 298
Globalisation, unions and immigrants, 308

IMMORAL - see MORAL

IMPOVERISHMENT - see POVERTY

INCOME

Distribution of income and justice, 303
Informal economic activities and low incomes, 316

INCORPORATED

The laity, incorporated into Christ by baptism, 541

INCULTURATION

Christian anthropology and inculturation, 523
Educational institutions and inculturation, 532

INDIVIDUAL PERSON

Sin, free act of an individual person, 117
What is true for the individual is also true for peoples, 157
The individual person and development, 168

INDUSTRIOUSNESS

Labour, human capital and industriousness, 278
Independent work and industriousness, 315

INDUSTRY - INDUSTRIAL

The industrial revolution and the labour question, 88
Rerum Novarum
and industrial workers, 89
Quadragesimo Anno
and industrialization, 91
Pope John XXIII and the industrial revolution, 94
Octogesima Adveniens
and post-industrial society, 100
New methods and industrialized nations, 179
The Church and the industrial revolution, 267
Unions and the struggle of industrial workers, 305
New types of work and the first industrial revolution, 311
Passage of work from industry to services, 313
Inequalities in industrialized countries, 362
Trade systems and industrial activities, 364
Molecular biology and industry, 458, 459
Indigenous peoples and agro-industrial interests, 471
Industrial production and the order of creation, 486

INEQUALITY (see also IMBALANCE)

The social question and inequalities, 94
Relations between peoples, equity and inequalities, 145
Interdependence and inequalities between countries, 192
Immigration and grave inequalities, 297
Globalisation and inequalities, 362
Access to knowledge and inequalities, 363
Rich countries and social inequalities, 374
Public authorities and inequalities, 389
The media and inequalities, 561

INFIDELITY (see also FAILINGS)

Infidelity of the people of God, 219*
Messianic tradition and infidelities of David, 378

INFORMATION

Requirements of the common good and information, 106, 415
Participation and information, 189
Solidarity and volume of information, 192
Number of children and appropriate information, 234
Competitive markets and information, 347
Consumers, circulation and information, 359
Information and democratic participation, 414
Objectivity of information, 414
Information systems and the human person, 415
Information rich and information poor, 416, 561
Poverty and information systems, 447
Biotechnology and correct information, 479, 480
The poor in suburbs, relocation and adequate information, 482
The laity and a culture of information, 560
Structures and policies of communication and information, 561
Discernment, accuracy and information, 569

INJUSTICE

The sabbatical year and social injustice, 24
Evangelisation, promotion and injustice, 66
Public relevance of the Gospel and injustice, 71
Social doctrine and the sin of injustice, 81
Personal freedom and situations of injustice, 137
Intervention by the State and social injustice, 188
Interdependence and planetary injustice, 192
Injustice and supporting private schools, 241
Laborem Exercens
and injustice, 269
Wages and injustice, 302
Economic goods and injustice, 323
International public authority and injustice, 365
Excessive length of trials and injustice, 404
Creation, sin and injustice, 429
Goods and injustice of hoarding, 481
Conflicts and situations of injustice, 498
Terrorism and situations of injustice, 514
Prudence, diligence and the temptation of injustice, 548*
The media and injustice, 561
Renewal and forms of social injustice, 577

THE INSTITUTION OF THE FAMILY

The family, divine institution, 211
The institution of the family and persons, 211
The institution of the family and the social order, 211
The family, a natural institution, 225

THE INSTITUTION OF THE FREE MARKET

The free market, an important institution, 347
The free market, an inhuman institution, 348

THE INSTITUTION OF THE LORD'S DAY

The institution of the Lord's Day, 284

THE INSTITUTION OF MARRIAGE

Jesus and dignity of the institution of marriage, 210
The institution of marriage and the divine order, 215
The institution of marriage and conjugal love, 215
The institution of Christ and marriage, 219
Foundations of the institution of marriage, 220
The institutional character of marriage, 225, 229

THE INSTITUTION OF PRIVATE PROPERTY

Labour, capital and the institution of private property, 282

THE INSTITUTION OF REPRESENTATION

The institution of representation and citizens, 413

INSTITUTIONS - INSTITUTIONAL - INSTITUTIONALIZATION

The plan of God the Creator and human institutions, 11
Institutions, remedies, justice and good, 42
The Church and public institutions, 71
Institutionalization of professional groups, 92
Man, institutions and faults, 120
Institutions and development of the person, 131
Human society and institutions, 134
Institutions and participation in social life, 151
Principles of social doctrine and institutions, 163
Political institutions and necessary goods, 168
Influence of ownership and institutions, 181
Subsidiarity, institutional assistance, 186
Institutional intervention, 188
Relations between citizens and institutes, 191
Solidarity and institutes, 193
Public authorities and changes in institutes, 197
Values and social institutes, 205
The family, divine institution, 211
Institutions of the State and the right to life, 231
The family and scholastic institutions, 240
Parents and educational institutions, 241, 243
The family, distress and institutions, 246
Institutions of the State and the family, 247
State institutions and priority of the family, 252
Civil institutions and priority of the family, 254
Institutions and foreign labourers, 298
The right to work and institutional processes, 305
Institutions and the dignity of work, 319
Economic activity and institutional vacuum, 352
Value of portfolios and financial institutions, 369
Institutional solutions and economic systems, 369
International economic and financial institutions, 371
International political institutions, 372
Christians and human institutions, 380
Spiritual values and social institutions, 386
Intermediate bodies and institutions, 394
Political corruption and public institutions, 411
Bureaucratisation and institutions, 412
Political communities and institutions, 424
The Church and institutional solutions, 424
The United Nations, institutional soil and peace, 440, 441
Associations, institutions and human rights, 443
Instability of institutions and poverty, 447
Ecology movements and institutional profile, 463
Catholic educational institutions, 532
The bishop, institutions and social doctrine, 539
Institutions and lay action, 543
Social institutions and the good of all, 552
Believers and institutional tasks, 565, 566
Morality and the dehumanization of institutions, 566
Democracy and legitimate institutions, 567

INSTRUCT - INSTRUCTION

Rerum Novarum and giving momentum to instruction, 268
Work and obsolete systems of instruction, 289
Employment and systems of instruction, 290
The right to work, the third sector and instruction, 293
The laity and the magisterium to instruct consciences, 571

INSURANCE

Rerum Novarum, social initiatives and insurance, 268
Insurance, old age, disease and accidents, 301

INTERDEPENDENCE

Interdependence, model of unity and humanity, 33
The Church and interdependence, 65
Interdependence and inequalities, 192
Interdependence and solidarity, 193
The family, work and interdependence, 294
Interdependence of workers, 319
The economy and interdependence, 373
Political community, civil society and interdependence, 418
Interdependence and the moral dimension, 442
Interdependence and ecological problems, 486
Interdependence and processes of globalization, 564
International relations and interdependence, 575

INTERMEDIATE

The common good, the State and intermediate groups, 168
Subsidiarity and intermediate social entities, 186, 187
Participation, workers and intermediate bodies, 281
The economy and intermediate social bodies, 346
The State, the market and intermediate groups, 356
Political authority and intermediate bodies, 394
The world community and intermediate associations, 441

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY - WORLD COMMUNITY - COMMUNITY OF PEOPLES - GLOBAL COMMUNITY (see also COMMUNITY)

Christian salvation and the international community, 1
Pacem in Terris
and the world community, 95
Gaudium et Spes
and the community of peoples, 96
Equality between States and the international community, 145
The common good and the community of peoples, 165
Participation and the international community, 189
Children and the international community, 245
Human rights and the international community, 365
International solidarity and the global community, 367
The guiding role of the international community, 370, 371
The international community and values, 433
The international community, juridical community, 434
The international community and resolution of conflicts, 439
The international community and the United Nations, 440
The international community and universal authority, 441
The international community and organizations, 443
The Holy See and the international community, 444
The international community and international cooperation, 448
The international community and the foreign debt, 450
The environment and the international community, 467, 468
The international community and the culture of peace, 495
Force and the community of nations, 500
The international community and the elimination of groups, 506
The international community and the International Criminal Court, 506
The international community and sanctions, 507
The international community and nuclear weapons, 509*
The international community and the removal of landmines, 510
The international community and terrorism, 513

INTERNATIONAL LAW

Foundations of international law, 157
International law and respecting States, 157
International law and the law of the stronger, 439
The military and international humanitarian law, 503
Use of force and international humanitarian law, 504
Civil populations and international humanitarian law, 505
Disarming the aggressor and international law, 506
Terrorism and international humanitarian law, 513
The Church and the function of international law, 516

JESUS CHRIST - CHRIST - SON OF GOD

The Church, Christ, man and salvation, 1, 3, 63, 64
The Compendium, the Church and the salvation of Christ, 8
Bishops, earthly realities and the Body of Christ, 11
The Compendium, the only-begotten Son and men, 13
The Church and the work of Christ, 13
Disciples of Christ and the questions of man, 17
Jesus Christ, sin, the path and the goal, 17
Jesus, the Ten Commandments and the rich young man, 22
Jesus and the history of God with men, 28
Love, the ministry of Jesus, men and the Father, 29
Trinitarian love and Jesus Christ, 30
The face of God and the face of Jesus Christ, 31
God is Trinity: Father, Son, Holy Spirit, 31, 34
Jesus Christ, God the Father, children and brothers and sisters, 31, 32
The commandment of love, Christ and the Church, 32, 112
Christ, Trinitarian love and human persons, 34
Jesus, union, Divine Persons and children of God, 34
Jesus Christ and the identity of the person, 35
Jesus Christ and human salvation, 38, 39, 40
Jesus Christ and human action in the world, 41
Disciple of Christ and divine vocation, 41
The person, being conformed to Christ and relations, 42
Man, the created universe and Christ, 44
Jesus Christ and the autonomy of earthly realities, 45, 46
The Risen Christ and transcendence of the person, 49
The Church and God's plan brought about in Christ, 51
Christ, salvation and social relations, 52, 53, 144
Jesus Christ reveals that God is love, 54
Jesus Christ, transformation of the world in love, 54, 55, 580
Jesus Christ, people and a new and eternal dwelling place, 56
Christ and the Kingdom of truth and of life, 57
Fulfilment of the human person and Christ, 58
Mary, first among the disciples of Jesus Christ, 59
Disciples of Christ, God and love for the poor, 59
The Church, man, the Kingdom of God and Jesus Christ, 60
The Church and the message of liberation in Christ, 63, 65
Social doctrine and society befitting Christ, 63
Christ, the Church and the supernatural order, 64
Jesus Christ and the visible world, 64, 262
The man Christ and the man Adam, 64, 65
Social doctrine and the Saviour, 67
Competence of the Church and Christ the Redeemer, 68
The Church, evangelising society and Christ, 71
Social doctrine, the mystery of Christ and reason, 75
The mystery of Christ and the mystery of man, 75
Magisterium and the authority of Christ, 79
Christ, man and responsibility of the Church, 81
The Church, human society and Christ, 96
The Church, Jesus Christ and history, 104
Christ reveals God to man and man to himself, 105
Christ, incarnation, union and man, 105, 578
Christ the Lord, the Church and the way of man, 105
Universality, sin and salvation in Christ, 120, 121, 122
Human freedom and Jesus Christ, 143
The Son of God and equality of persons, 144
Human rights, human dignity and Jesus Christ, 153
Jesus' Passover and the common good of humanity, 170
Jesus, human society and supreme good, 170
Goods, Jesus and the desire to possess, 175
Option for the poor and the life of Christ, 182, 183, 184
Jesus, solidarity and love, 196
Love and Christ's disciples, 196*, 580
Jesus, the family and the institution of marriage, 210
Christ and the sacrament of marriage, 219, 220
Conjugal charity, the charity of Christ and social nature, 220
Indissolubility of marriage and Christ, 225
The Church, the divorced who are remarried and Christ, 226
Jesus and work, 259, 260
Jesus and powerful deeds to free men and women, 261
Jesus and the Sabbath, 261
The Son, Word, Logos and creation, 262
Rigours of work in union with Jesus, 263
Work, sanctification and the Spirit of Jesus, 263
Christians, work and the style of Christ, 264
The worker, the hand of Christ, 265
Jesus, economic goods, wealth and poverty, 325
Disciples of Christ, the economy and sanctification, 326
Faith in Jesus Christ and social development, 327
Jesus Christ, Yahweh's anointed and son of David, 378
Jesus of Nazareth, incarnation of the king, 378
Jesus, power and authority, 379
Jesus and political messianism, 379
Prayer, Christians and Jesus Christ, 381
Imperial power and martyrs of Jesus, 382
Christ and human authority that demands absolute submission, 382
The Church, Christ and reigning over the universe, 383
The Kingdom of Christ, time and final judgment, 383
Christ, human authority and service, 383
The Church, Christ and the unity of the human race, 431
Jesus and nature, 453, 454, 455
Jesus and peace, 491, 492, 493
The Church, faith in Christ and violence, 496
The Church in Christ and peace in and for the world, 516
The Eucharist, the sign of peace and Christ, 519*
Pastoral activity in society, Christ and true liberation, 524
Pastoral activity in society, evangelisation and Christ, 526
Catechesis and communion with Jesus Christ, 529
Ecumenical cooperation and fraternity in Christ, 535
Men and women religious an the mystery of the love of Christ, 540
The laity, the sacraments and Christ, 542
The laity, the Gospel and Christ, 543
Lay spirituality and the Spirit of Jesus, 545
Jesus Christ, political culture and the Gospel, 555
Personal and social commitment, the Spirit and the Son, 562
Christians, supernatural values and Christ, 569
The Church, the Gospel of Christ and the human adventure, 576
Faith in Jesus Christ and moral principles, 577
The great challenges of our time and Christ, 577
The human person and the redeeming influence of Christ, 578

JUBILEE

Christ and the Great Jubilee of the Year 2000, 1
Jesus and the prophetic meaning of jubilee, 28

JUSTICE

The Church and the requirements of justice, 3, 63
New men, justice and exploitation, 4
The oppressed and justice, 12
Religions, cultures and justice, 12
Churches, ecclesial communities and justice, 12
God and his plan of justice, 17
A new social order and justice, 19
The covenant of Sinai, the Decalogue and justice, 23
Style of gratuitousness and sharing in justice, 24
Principle of justice and Israel, 25
Justice in economic life and sin, 27
The person and relations of justice, 35
Man and commitment to justice, 40
Institutions and norms of justice, 42
Human social nature and leaven of justice, 51
The new and eternal dwelling place and justice, 56
Goods and the Kingdom of justice, 57
The person, human action and justice, 58
God's Spirit and projects of justice, 63
Justice and evangelisation, 66, 67
Justice, social doctrine and philosophy, 77
Social teaching and social justice, 81, 82
Duties of justice and social life, 83
Truth, paths of justice and new things, 86
The Gospel, message of justice, 86
The industrial revolution and problems of justice, 88
Rerum Novarum
, justice and charity, 89
The moral law, social order and justice, 91
Evils of consumerism and duties of justice, 92
The Church, justice and cooperation, 94
Relations within society and justice, 95
Development, peace and justice on a global scale, 98
Justice and a complete humanism, 98
Catholics and social justice between nations, 99
Adam, God's commandment and justice, 115
Original sin, human nature and justice, 115
Social sin and justice, 118
Salvation, land and justice, 123
Justice and moral behaviour, 134
Freedom, man and justice, 143
The Church, human rights and justice, 149
Principles, the commandment of love and justice, 160
Goods and norms of social justice, 167, 171
The common good, justice and special interests, 169
Alms, practice of justice, 184
The poor, charity and justice, 184
Injustice, public intervention and justice, 188
Solidarity, justice and the common good, 193
Justice, social value, 197
Freedom, mutual bonds and justice, 199
Justice, value and cardinal moral virtue, 201
Commutative justice, distributive justice and legal justice, 201
Social justice and general justice, 201
Justice and the present context, 202
Justice and Christian anthropology, 202, 203
Justice, love and solidarity, 203
Peace, social justice and international justice, 203
Justice and love, 205, 206, 391, 582, 583
The family and the sense of justice, 215
The family, community relations and justice, 221
The divorced who are remarried, initiatives and justice, 226
Population growth and justice, 234
The State, scholastic monopoly and justice, 241
Justice and integral education, 242
Work and requirements of justice, 257
Man, the Kingdom of God and his justice, 260
New technologies and criteria of justice, 283
Employment and justice, 288
Human work and social justice, 292
Income, commutative and social justice, 303
Unions and social justice, 306
The new David, promoter of justice, 324
Jesus and social life in justice, 325
Jesus and rendering justice to the poor, 325
Administration of gifts, work of justice, 326
Morality inspired by justice and the economy, 332
Spirit of justice and structures of sin, 332
Economic development and duty of justice, 333
Cultural systems and social justice, 340
Competitive markets and justice, 347
Purchasing power and justice, 359
Free trade and social justice, 366
The king chosen by Yahweh and justice, 377, 378
Obedience to authority and justice, 380
The order created by God and justice, 383
Justice, goods and rights, 391
Inner sense of justice and life in society, 392
Moral order and law of justice, 396
Obedience and the order of justice, 400
Punishment and justice that brings reconciliation, 403
Political corruption and social justice, 411
Society, information and justice, 415
Democracy and principle of justice, 417
Public peace and true justice, 422
Justice, nations and human beings, 433
Rights of nations and justice, 435
Justice and recourse to war, 438
Universal authority and justice, 441
The Holy See, social order and justice, 445
The Church, authority and progress in justice, 445
Cooperation and universal social justice, 448
Poverty, problem of justice, 449
Desert, garden and justice, 452
The world and justice, 453
Man and governing the world in justice, 456
Criterion of justice and biotechnology, 474
Goods of the earth, justice and charity, 481
Justice and peace, 490
Peace, fruit of justice, 102, 205, 494
Justice, culture of peace and order, 495
War as instrument of justice, 497
Armed forces and justice in the world, 502
Those responsible for crimes and justice, 506
Forgiveness and requirements of justice, 518
Peace and duties of justice, 520
Justice and ordered social life, 527
Catechesis and the struggle for justice, 529
Social doctrine and education in justice, 532
The Church, Jewish brothers and sisters and a future of justice, 536
Society, the Church and justice, 552
Justice and the media, 562
Economic efficiency and social justice, 564
Development of justice and political action, 565
Justice, moral truths and social life, 571
Personal renewal, the social sphere and justice, 577

KINGDOM

The lay faithful and the Kingdom of God, 11
Salvation and the Kingdom of God, 49
The Church and the Kingdom of Christ and of God, 49, 50
Temporal dimension and the Kingdom of God, 50
The Kingdom of God and definitive organization, 51
The Kingdom of God and human social nature, 53
Earthly progress and the Kingdom, 55
Goods and the Kingdom of truth and of life, 57
Human action and the establishment of the Kingdom, 58
The Kingdom, God's free gift, 60
Social doctrine and the Gospel of the Kingdom, 63
The Kingdom of God, the laity and temporal things, 220, 541
The Christian family and the Kingdom of Christ, 220
The world and the Kingdom of Christ, 220
Man, the Kingdom of God and his justice, 260
The Kingdom, goodness of creation and human activity, 325
The Kingdom, the present time and final judgment, 383
The Kingdom of the Messiah and kingdom of peace, 491
Christian, peacemaker and the Kingdom of God, 492
The rite of communion and the Kingdom of Christ, 519*
The divine promise, the world and the Kingdom of God, 578

LABOUR (see also WORK)

The nineteenth century and conflict between labour and capital, 88
Quadragesimo Anno
, capital and labour, 91
Children and child labour, 245
Relations between labour and capital, 277
Labour and human capital, 278
Conflict between labour and capital, 279
Child labour, 296
Immigrants and labour needs, 297

LAITY - LAY - LAY FAITHFUL

The Compendium and the lay faithful, 11
Social doctrine and the laity, 79, 83
Pope Pius XI and the lay faithful, 92
Marriage and the vocation of lay people, 220
The lay faithful and knowledge of social doctrine, 528
Social doctrine and formation of the lay faithful, 531
“Social Weeks” and the lay faithful, 532
Evangelisation, the bishop and the laity, 539
The lay faithful, secular nature and following Christ, 541, 542
The identity of the lay faithful and the sacraments, 542
Role of the lay faithful and proclamation of the Gospel, 543
The lay faithful and the eschatological horizon, 544
The lay faithful and lay spirituality, 545
The lay faithful and personal prayer, 546
The lay faithful, discernment and prudence, 547
The lay faithful and lay ecclesial associations, 549
The lay faithful working together in groups, in activities with others, 549
The laity in social life and service, 551
The laity and service to the human person, 552
The lay faithful and a culture inspired by the Gospel, 555
The laity and the ethical dimension of culture, 556
The lay faithful and the right to a human and civil culture, 557
The lay faithful and the content of culture and truth, 558, 559
The lay faithful and mass media, 560, 561
The laity and the contemporary economic context, 563
The lay faithful and political commitment, 565
The laity and the exercise of power, 567
The lay faithful and method of discernment, 568, 569
The laity, autonomy of the State and moral duty of coherence, 571, 572
The lay faithful and choice of political instruments, 573, 574
The laity and Christian hope, 579

LAND (see also EARTH)

The people of the Lord and acquisition of land, 21
The promised land and the practice of justice, 23
The human person, land and justice, 56
Fruits of nature, land and the Lord's Spirit, 57
Equitable distribution of land, 180
Ownership of new technologies and land, 283
Redistribution of land, 300
Land titles, 300
Indigenous peoples and land, 471

LATIFUNDIUM

Distribution of land and latifundium, 300

LAW (see also INTERNATIONAL LAW, NATURAL LAW)

Social doctrine and the new law of love, 3
The law of the sabbatical year and of the jubilee year, 24
The commandment of love, law of life, 33
Quest for truth and tablets of the law, 40
Autonomy of earthly realities and their own laws, 45
Love, fundamental law of perfection, 54, 580
Law and the economy of salvation, 62
The Church, human communities and divine law, 68
Social doctrine, philosophy and law, 77
Quadragesimo Anno
and moral law, 91
New social order and law, 93
Pope Pius XII and the relation between morality and law, 93
Freedom and moral law, 136, 137
Natural law, 140
Natural law and common principles, 141
Natural law and civil law, 142
Principles and relations mediated by law, 161
Social doctrine, institutions and laws, 163
Universal law and the use of goods, 172
Structures of solidarity and laws, 193
Sexual identity and positive law, 224
Homosexual persons and moral law, 228
Right to life and laws of the State, 231
Responsible parenthood and moral law, 232
Family rights and laws of the State, 247
Laws and recognition of Sunday, 286
The new law and hearts of believers, 324
The economy and moral law, 330
Economic laws and morality, 330
Human rights and positive law, 388
Authority and moral law, 396, 567
Authority, values and natural law, 397
Human law, right reason and eternal law, 398
Authority and unjust laws, 398
Conscientious objection and civil law, 399
Unjust laws and conscientious objection, 399
Practices in contrast with God's law, 399
Right to resistance, purposes and laws, 400
Natural law and positive law, 400
Inflicting punishment and the State ruled by law, 402
Democracy and the State ruled by law, 406, 408
Democracy, ethical relativism and moral law, 407
Effects and drafting of laws, 409
Information, pluralism and laws, 414
Relations between peoples and regulation by law, 433
Law and guarantee of international order, 434
The international order and moral law, 436
Natural law and the internal law of States, 437
War, the law of force and the force of law, 437
Primacy of law and mutual confidence, 439
International law and the law of the stronger, 439
Authority of the international community and law, 441
War, conscientious objectors and laws, 503
The military and crimes against the law of nations, 503
The right to use force and humanitarian law, 504
Anthropology and the law of love, 522
Life of holiness and the law of the Lord, 530
Social doctrine, Christian spirit and laws, 531
The media and law, 560
Laws and the content of faith and of morality, 570
Law and the content of faith and of morality, 571
The Gospel, the person and human law, 576

LAY (see LAITY)

LEGISLATIVE PRESCRIPTIONS

Marriage is not the result of legislative prescriptions, 215

LIBERATION

Exodus and the liberation from slavery, 21
Liberation and Israelite society, 23
The sabbatical year, the jubilee year and liberation, 24
Jesus and the liberation of prisoners, 28
Mary, icon of liberation, 59
The Church and commitment to human liberation, 60, 86
Social doctrine and the message liberation, 63, 82
Liberation and evangelisation, 63, 66
Competence of the Church and liberation, 68
Liberation, freedom and human dignity, 137
Truth, good and evil, liberation and conscience, 139
The Sabbath, day of liberation, 261
Sunday, day of liberation, 285
Goods and integral human liberation, 328
Social pastoral activity and Christian liberation, 524
Catechesis and human liberation, 529

LIE - FALSEHOOD

Divine grace and the spiral of lies, 43
Satan, the spirit of men and lies, 382
Violence is a lie, 496
Putting away falsehood, 562

LIFE - LIVING CONDITIONS

Jesus Christ, the way, the truth and the life, 1, 555
Christian salvation and new life, 1
Future life, questions and human living, 14
Quest for truth and fullness of life, 15
God, cultural traditions and living conditions, 20
The Ten Commandments and social life, 22
The sabbatical year and life of the people of Israel, 24
Covenant and life of Israel, 24
God gives life to all that exists, 26
Rupture of the relation with God and life, 27
Divine life and love of God, 29
God's mercy and new life, 29
The Holy Spirit and the lifestyle of Christ, 29
Jesus and the gift of his life, 32, 40
Living in Christ and Trinitarian life in the Church, 32
Love, law of life of the people of God, 33
Communion, reflection of the intimate life of God, 33
Man, woman, personal and social life and God, 36
Future and eternal communion of life, 38
Man and the building up of social life, 40
Personal and social life and sin, 41
Disciple of Christ and new life, 41
Living conditions and appropriate changes, 42
Sharing in Christ's life of sonship, 45
God, Father and giver of life, 46
Life in Christ and social nature of the human person, 52
Christ, the Father and Kingdom of life, 57
The Church, man and word of life, 61
Living in society and quality of life, 62
The Church and moral quality of social life, 62
The Gospel and the concrete life of man, 66
Social doctrine and life of society, 67
The Church, life in society and competence, 68
Man, gift of salvation and life, 70
Social doctrine, life and world situations, 73
God's plan and the life of man, 74
Duties of justice and love and social life, 83
The laity and state of life, 83
Life of men and the flow of events, 85
Pope Leo XIII, the Church and realities of public life, 90
Christian life and atheistic communism, 92
Life of Christians and God's presence in the world, 96
Gaudium et Spes
and economic and social life, 96
Gaudium et Spes
and Christian life, 96
Populorum Progressio
and economic life, 98
Work, paradigm of social life, 101
Social life and the human person, 106
God, man and the breath of life, 108
Life of man and quest for God, 109
Life of man in Eden and dissatisfaction, 110
Union between man and woman and service to life, 111
Man and woman as those to whom life has been entrusted, 112
Human life, sacred and inviolable, 112
God, Lord of life and of death, 112
Vocation to life and other creatures, 113
Man, God's prohibition and the tree of life, 115
God, source of life, 115
Brother, hostility to brother and life, 116
The human person and right to life, 118
Structures of sin and life of individuals, 119
Life, sin and salvation in Jesus Christ, 120
Word made man and human life, 121
Mankind and eternal life, 122
Reductionist considerations and human life, 124
Corporeal life and earthly vision of life, 128
Inner life and a speck of nature, 128
Preservation of life and communion, 130
Neighbour and his life, 132
Human life and restrictions, 133
Moralization of social life and the person, 134
Moral life and dignity of the person, 134
Man, free initiative and social life, 135
Injustice and moral life, 137
Divine and natural law and moral life, 140
Natural law and living conditions, 141
Natural law and life of society, 141
Unity of the two and life of the family, 147
The handicapped and family life, 148
Community and social life and man, 149
Participation and social life, 151, 189
Human dignity and human life, 153
Human rights and stages of life, 154
Right to life, 155
Rights of nations and community life, 157
Principles and life of society, 160, 162, 163
Social life and the common good, 164, 165, 167, 168
Necessary goods and a truly human life, 168
The earth and sustaining human life, 171
Community property and life of indigenous peoples, 180
Better living conditions and property, 181
Poverty and living conditions, 182
Participation and public life, 189
Community life and democracy, 190
Public life and totalitarian or dictatorial regimes, 191
Bureaucratic structures and social and political life, 191
Exploitation and internal and international life of States, 192
Jesus of Nazareth, grace and social life, 196
Social values and social life, 197
Freedom and one's state of life, 200
Neighbour on the level of society and his life, 208
The family, cradle of life and of love, 209, 212
The Church, the family and social life, 211
The family, environment of life and children, 212
The family, first years of life and moral values, 213
Marriage, conjugal communion of life, 215
Children and conjugal life, 218
Life, spouses and the meaning of marriage, 220
The elderly and school of life, 222
Sexuality and life, 223
Truth of conjugal love and life, 223
Complementarity and family life, 224
Divorced who are remarried and ecclesial life, 226
The family and insertion into social life, 227
Transmission of life and persons of the same sex, 228
Conjugal love and acceptance of life, 230
The family, community of human life, 230
Life of every child and givers of life, 230
The family, sanctuary of life, 231
Life is a gift of God, 231
The family and culture of life, 231
Christian families and the Gospel of life, 231
The Gospel of life and the right to life, 231
Responsible parenthood and acceptance of life, 232
Abortion and a mentality against life, 233
Dignity of life and living conditions, 234
Parents, ministers of life, 237
Generations and human life, 237
Transmission of life and education, 239
Witness of life and education, 242
Political life and subjectivity of the family, 246
Associations and life of the family, 247
The family and economic life, 248
The home, the centre of life, 248
Keeping house and quality of life, 251
State institutions and the identity of family life, 252
Political and legislative action and unborn life, 252
Work and decent living conditions, 257
Work and the meaning of life, 257, 264
Rest and giving thanks to God for one's life, 258
God, author of life, 258
Jesus, earthly life and manual labour, 259
Gaining the world and human life, 260
Work and fellowship of life with God, 261
Rerum Novarum
and vitalization of Christian social life, 268
Human life and work, 269
Flexibility of work and family life, 280
Members of intermediate social bodies and life, 281
Free time and life, 284
Requirements of social utility and family life, 284
Reflection and interior Christian life, 285
Traditions and spiritual life of society, 286
Work and moral implications of life in society, 287
Employment changes and life span, 290
The State and economic life, 291
Work and family life, 294
Feminine genius and social life, 295
Immigration and living conditions, 297
Immigrants and social life, 298
Modern agriculture and economic life, 299
Remunerated work and material life, 302
Union organizations and social life, 305
Class struggle and social life, 306
Unions and economic life, 307
Cycle of production and life of communities, 311
Informal economy and standard of living, 316
Material goods and life, 323
The economy and quality of human life, 326
Economic-social life and the human person, 331
Morality and social life, 332
Right to participate and economic life, 333
Democratic life and cooperative enterprises, 339
Usury and the life of many people, 341
Businesses and quality of life, 345
Abundance, what is necessary and the life of the poor, 359
Consumerism and lifestyles, 360
Cultures and life's interpretive keys, 366
Models of development and a more decent life, 373
Rich countries and meaning of life, 374
Consumption of goods and social life, 375
Human life and the materialistic dimension, 375
Material goods and quality of life, 375
Jesus and serving and giving one's life, 379
Political authority and a calm and tranquil life, 381, 394
The order created by God and social life, 383
The human person, meaning of life and social life, 384
A true people and fullness of the lives of men and women, 385
A people and the sharing of life and of values, 386
Value of community and daily life, 392
The Church and political life, 407
Participation, referendum and social life, 413
Information and social life, 414
Free associations and democratic life, 418, 419
Fullness of human life and divine blessings, 428
Noah, God and inviolability of human life, 429
New life in Christ and differences of race, 431
The Christian message and universal vision of life, 432
Moral law and life of men, 436
International life, legal structure and moral order, 437
International community and life of States, 439
International organizations and social life, 440
Public opinion and international life, 443
Eternal salvation and life of work, 445
Political life, underdevelopment and poverty, 447
Living conditions, Christians and Christ, 455
Love, principle of a new life, 455
Human activity and living conditions, 456
Development and new forms of animal life, 459
Interventions and origins of human life, 459
The environment and an ethic of respect for life, 465
A healthy and safe environment and lifestyles, 468, 486
Indigenous peoples, life and the environment, 471
Water, moral criteria and value of life, 484, 485
Peace and fullness of life, 489
Jesus, Christians and life of peace, 491
Violence and destruction of life, 496
Armed forces and sacrificing one's life, 502
Terrorist attacks and daily life, 513
Terrorism and contempt for human life, 514
Christian faith and life, 516
Eucharistic celebration and Christian life, 519
Rerum Novarum
, the Church and public life, 521
Christian witness and areas of life, 522
Pastoral action and public life, 523
Social pastoral activity and public life, 527
Catechesis and fullness of Gospel life, 529
Social doctrine, life of holiness and social life, 530
Lay formation and civil life, 531
Priests and social and political life, 539
Men and women religious, life and a new humanity, 540
Baptism, the laity and the life of Christ, 541
The laity, the Gospel and witness of life, 543, 545, 579
Standards of living and the level of human history, 544
The laity and bringing faith and life together, 546, 554
Lay associations and apostolic life, 549
Ecclesial associations and social life, 550
The laity and service in family life, 551
The laity standards of living and human dignity, 552
The laity and right to life, 553
Culture and obsolete ways of living, 556
Reductionist visions and ideologies of life, 558
Culture and quality of life, 559
Mystery of life and mystery of God, 559
Truth, human life and the media, 562
Morality and social and political life, 566, 568
Discernment, the poor and sacredness of life, 569
Christian witness and sacrifice of one's life, 570
Autonomy of the State, moral truths and social life, 571
Political parties and demands of the Christian life, 573
Christian community and public life, 574
Man and the meaning of his life, 575
Social life and the divine plan, 577
Christians and secular life, 579
Christians, life and love, 580
Social life and sociological readings, 581
A more human society and love in social life, 582, 583

LOVE (see also CHARITY)

The unity of the Church's social doctrine and love, 3
Love and mankind as brothers and sisters in Christ, 3
Social doctrine and the new law of love, 3
Love and human relationships, 4, 5, 205, 527
Christian anthropology and love of God, 9, 46, 65
Vatican II and love for the human family, 18
Humanism and God's plan of love for mankind, 19
Historical gestures and God's love for mankind, 21
Moral existence as a response to love, 22
Disobedience to God and his loving countenance, 27
Jesus and the love of God the Father, 29, 491
Jesus' Passover and Trinitarian love, 30, 34, 121, 431
The Trinity, and infinite community of love, 31, 34, 54
The commandment to love one another, 32, 33, 160, 196
The communion of the children of God in love, 34
The commandment to love and human ethos, 35, 580
Vocation of the human person to love, 34, 35
The human couple and Trinitarian love, 36
Faith, love of God and love of one's brothers and sisters, 39, 516
Jesus Christ and love of one's neighbour, 40, 60, 65
Love towards those who think or act differently, 43
Disordered love of self, 44, 143
Universal vision of the love of God, 46
Trinitarian love and the meaning of the human person, 54
The commandment of love, 54, 580
The law of love and human relations, 54
Love, an instrument of change, 55
Mutual love, the purpose of humanity, 55
Goods and the kingdom of love, 57
Human action and love, 58
Mary's “fiat” and God's plan of love, 59
The Church, sacrament of God's love, 60
Social doctrine and plans of love, 63
The world and the divine source of love, 64, 262
Society reconciled in love, 82
Cooperation in love with all people, 94
Relationship of society and love, 95
Pope Paul VI and the civilization of love, 103
A response of love to the Creator, 108
Mankind and the order of love, 149
Mankind and love of one's own good and of the good of others, 150
Preferential love for the poor, 182, 184, 449
Brotherly love and alms to the poor, 184
Relationship between love and justice, 184, 206
Love of one's neighbour, even of one's enemy, 196
Love, social values and human dignity, 197
Justice and the horizon of love, 203
The bond between virtues, social values and love, 204
Love, the highest criterion of the whole of social ethics, 204
Love and values, 205
Merciful love and justice, 206, 582
Love, the form of the virtues, 207
Family and conjugal love, 209, 210, 211, 212, 215
The Lord as guarantor of conjugal love, 210
Conjugal love, a definitive commitment, 215
Marriage and the total love of the spouses, 217
Marriage covenant and the love between God and mankind, 219
Sacrament of matrimony and love, 220
Family and the dynamics of love, 221
Love and attention to the elderly, 222
The truth of love and relativism, 223
Conjugal love and indissolubility, 225
The family, a community of love, 229, 230, 238
Conjugal love and acceptance of life, 230
Cloning and the absence of procreative love, 236
The love of parents and the duty to educate children, 239
Solidarity and the family founded on love, 246
The family, social phenomena and love of truth, 320
Love, the economy and progress, 326
Economic activity and love, 326
Institutions and the love of the Lord, 380
The human condition and the love of God, 381
Justice, the minimum measure of love, 391
The civilization of love and human society, 391
The Holy See, the social order and love, 445
The human being, divine love and peace, 454
Love, the principle of new life, 455
Peace, the fruit also of love, 494
International organizations, peace and love, 499
Love and cooperation, 499
Martyrdom and the love of God, 515
Prayer and encounter under the sign of love, 519
Peace and love, 520
The law of love and the Spirit, 522
Liberation and the love of Christ, 524
Holiness and the liberating power of the love of God, 530
Social doctrine and educating in love, 532
Secular realities, the place where God's love is received, 543
Lay spirituality and love for God, 545
The Church, love and our modern times, 551
Building a community and love, 562
Love, Christian witness and martyrdom, 570
Martyrs, witnesses to a love founded on the Gospel, 570
The Gospel and charitable love towards all, 576
Solidarity and the primacy of love, 580
Love and the disciples of Christ, 580
Love as social charity or political charity, 581
Love and life in society, 582
Love and seeing oneself in one's neighbour, 582
The supernatural virtue of love, 583

MAGISTERIUM - see SOCIAL DOCTRINE

MAN - MANKIND - MEN - PEOPLE - MAN AND WOMAN - MEN AND WOMEN

Integral salvation, the whole person and all mankind, 1
People, the Church and social doctrine, 3
The Church, man and the human vocation to communion, 3, 63
The Church, man, justice and peace, 3, 63
Love of God, man and transcendent dignity, 4
Mankind, love of God and social structures, 4
Social doctrine, man and mankind, 5
Mankind and the progress of humanity, 6
Encounter between the Gospel and the problems of man, 8
The Church, The Compendium and the good of mankind, 10
The Compendium, service of the Church to mankind, 13
The Compendium and mankind, key to the exposition, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
Challenges and truth about the being who is man, 16
The Church and man himself who must be saved, 18
God and men and women organized in society, 20
Love of God for man and historical gestures, 21
The Ten Commandments and man's humanity, 22
The Spirit of God, man, justice and mercy, 25
Man, woman, creation and the Lord's action, 26, 326
Rupture with God and rupture between man and woman, 27
Rupture with God and between mankind and creatures, 27
Jesus and God's history with mankind, 28
Trinitarian love and man's social nature, 34
Man, the only creature willed by God for its own sake, 34, 133
Creation of man and woman in the image of God, 36
Social nature and relation between man and woman, 37
Faith, man and abandonment to God, 39
Faith, man, love of God and love of one's brothers and sisters, 39, 40
Man, social life and God's plan, 40
Disciple of Christ, grace and new life to all men, 41
Man and authentic relations with his fellow man, 43
Man and relation with the created universe, 44
Man and things created by God, 44
Man and human and the light of God's plan, 45
Man and the laws and values of created things, 45
God, man, conflict and love, 46
Man and God as ultimate end, 47, 48
The Church and the family of men, 51
The Church and the integral vocation of man, 51
God and social relations between men, 52
Man and creation freed from slavery, 56
Good, the dignity of man and the Kingdom, 57
Man, creature willed by God and chosen by him, 58
The Church, mankind and every man and woman, 60
Man and Christ's redeeming love, 61
The Church, man, social teaching and society, 62
Man as the primary and fundamental way for the Church, 62
Social doctrine, the Gospel in the today of men and women, 63
Man, the supernatural and the natural, 64
Man, the man Adam and the man Christ, 64
The wholeness of man and the economy of the Gospel, 65
Demands made by the Gospel and by the concrete life of man, 66
Social doctrine, salvation and man, 67, 69, 81
Religious mission of the Church and man, 68
The Church, teacher of the truth of faith for man, 70
Man's secular responsibility and the Church, 70
Social doctrine and man's existence, 72
Social doctrine, God's plan and man, 74
The “knowing” of faith and life lived by men and women, 75
The mystery of Christ and the mystery of man, 75
Social doctrine, discipline and truth about man, 76
The Church, man and human and social sciences, 78, 78*
The Church and global vision of man, 81, 82
Social doctrine and people of good will, 84
The Church and man's destiny of salvation, 86
The Church, heritage and men and women living in society, 87
The depersonalization of man, 93*
Man, subject, foundation and social life, 106
Man, soul and social teaching, 107
Man, created in the image of God, 108
Man's life as a quest and search for God, 109
Man, social dimension and human nature, 110
Man and woman, 111
Man, woman and relations with others, 112
Life of man and woman sacred and inviolable, 112
Man, woman and all other creatures, 113
Man and the value of creation, 113
Man and relation with himself, 114
Creation of man and original sin, 115
Man, sin and personal and social wound, 116
Original sin and man's fulfilment, 120
Man, sin and Christian hope, 121
Reductionist conceptions of man, 124
Truth about man and concern of the Church, 125, 126
Man, unity of body and soul, 127
Man, corporeality and material world, 128
Man, spirituality and structure of reality, 128
Man and a spiritual and immortal soul, 128
Man, a spiritual being and a material being, 129
Man, openness, the infinite and created beings, 130
Man, a unique and unrepeatable being, 131
Man as an “I”, 131
Man, interiority and the universe, 133
Vision of man as a person, 133
Responsibility and society worthy of man, 134
Man and freedom, 135, 199
Freedom and man's dependence on God, 136
Freedom, moral law and man, 136, 137
Man, morally good acts and truth, 138, 139
Natural law, mankind and common principles, 141
Natural law and the heart of man, 141
Man, freedom and rejection of God, 143
Jesus, man and communion with God, 143
Equality and brotherhood between men, 144
Equal opportunity for men and women, 145
Men and women and universal brotherhood, 145
Woman, man and complementarity, 146, 147
The handicapped and the greatness of man, 148
Man, a social being, 149, 149*
Man and seeds of asocial behaviour, 150
Society, relations and service of man, 150
Society and the nature of man, 151
Religious freedom and man's authentic progress, 155
Duties of men and women are connected to rights, 156
Permanent principles and truth about man, 160
Man and the meaning of life in society, 163
The common good, a good for all men and women, 165
The common good and the inclinations of man, 167, 167*
God, the earth and the use of all people, 171
Man, well-being and development, 172
Common use of goods and the nature of man, 172
Work, man and the earth, 176
Man and external things as common, 178
New discoveries and needs of man, 179
Man, property and slavery, 181
Misery and man's frailty, 183
Jesus of Nazareth, the new man, 196
Jesus of Nazareth, mankind, solidarity and love, 196
Social doctrine and a society worthy of man, 197
Man, contractualistic vision and justice, 203
Society, dignity of man and values, 205
Justice, people and objective goods, 206, 582
Love and man, 206, 582
Creation of man, 209
Marriage between one man and one woman, 211
The family and man, 212
Social models, the good of man and the family, 214
Marriage, man and God, 215
Polygamy and the dignity of man and woman, 217
Covenant and communion between God and mankind, 219, 219*
Jesus Christ, spouse and man, 219
Love, man and sincere gift of self, 221
Man, woman and sexual identity, 224
God and Jesus Christ and love for mankind, 225
Marriage, covenant between one man and one woman, 227
Truth about man and homosexual unions, 228
Work of education and man, 238, 240, 242
Man and domestic work, 251
Work and the original condition of man, 256
God, work and final goal of man, 257
Man, work and rest, 258
Jesus, man and work, 260
Jesus, work and the Sabbath for man, 261
Man and the order of the universe, 262
Man, work and sanctification, 263
Fathers of the Church, man and work, 265, 266
Dimension of work and man's life, 269
Work in the objective sense and man, 270, 272
Work in the subjective sense and man, 270, 271, 272
The purpose of work and man, 272
The work of one man and that of other men, 273
Work and an obligation and duty of man, 274
Work and identity of men and women, 275
Labour, capital and man, 277, 278
Work, alienation and man, 280
The economy and service of man, 283
Work, a right and a good of man, 287
Family life, right and vocation of man, 294
Remunerated work and man, 302
Work, change and man, 317, 318
Work, universality and man, 322
Humanism of work and man, 322
Revelation, economic goods and man, 323, 324, 325, 326, 328, 329
Morality, the economy and man, 330, 331, 332, 333, 334
Man, centre and purpose of economic life, 331
Initiative in economic affairs and man, 336, 337, 343
Businesses, the economy and service of man, 339
Businesses, man and demand for quality, 345
The market and man's integral development, 348
Man, producer and consumer of goods, 350
Politics and respect of man's dignity, 372
Rich countries and the dignity of men, 374
Rich countries, well-being and man, 374
The life of man and the materialistic dimension, 375
New needs and integral image of man, 376
The king, man's friend, 378
Jesus, temporal power and man, 379
Man, a naturally social and political creature, 384
Man, person and individual, 391
Natural law and the heart of man, 397, 436
Authority, the citizen and man, 398
The Church, vision of man and ideologies, 417
Freedom of conscience and of religion and man, 422
The Church, political community and service of man, 425, 445
God and man in his image, 428, 576
God, man and goods necessary for his growth, 428
Man and the condition of creature, 429
Jesus and man's fulfilment, 431
Moral law and the life of men, 436
Creator, creation and man, 451
Man, the world and human identity, 452
Imbalances between man and nature, 454
Christ and the interiority of man, 455
Love, man and the original plan, 455
Man and the universe of things, 456
Man and the help of science and technology, 456
Man and the command to subdue the earth, 456
Man's talent and energy and God's power, 457
Man's power and his responsibility, 457
Technology and the progress of man, 458, 459
Science, moral values and dignity of man, 458
Respect of man and living creatures, 459
God, man and nature, 460, 473
Man and the environment, 461, 462, 463, 465
Creation, man and transcendence, 464
Biotechnology and man, 472
Interventions of man and nature, 473
Man, creation and gratitude, 487
Peace, God's gift to man, 488
Peace, man and the divine order, 488
Peace and the dignity of man, 494
Violence, unworthy of man, 496
The Shoah and crimes against God and against man, 506
War and crimes against man, 509
Terrorism and man as an end, 514
Terrorism in the name of God and man, 515
Social doctrine and integral vision of man, 522
Inculturation and man's models of life, 523
Proclamation of the Gospel in society and man, 524, 526, 527
Catechesis and the action of man, 529
Authority and the vocation of man, 534
Peace and the integral development of man, 537
Men and women religious, Christ's love and man, 540
Standards of living and man's fulfilment, 544
Man temporal order and eternal vocation, 544
The laity and people of our time, 551
The laity, conversion of heart and man, 552
Man's religious dimension, 553
Culture and man, 554, 556, 558, 559
The media and man, 560
Question of development and dignity of man, 563
Faith and man's historical dimension, 568
Autonomy and natural knowledge regarding man's life, 571
Man and meaning of life, 575
The Gospel, human talents and men, 576
Situations of injustice and visions of man, 577
The Church, man, evil and good, 578
Social doctrine and a society worthy of man, 580
Man, material goods and the capacity of self-giving, 581
God, love and man, 581, 582

MARGINALIZATION - MARGINALIZED

New forms of poverty and marginalization, 5
God's mercy and the marginalized, 29
Work and marginalized women, 295

MARKET

Distribution of land and markets, 180
Structures of solidarity and laws of the market, 193
The family and the market mentality, 248
Labour, capital and stock markets, 276
Labour, capital and markets, 279
Prospects for work and the job market, 289
International cooperation and the job market, 292
The market and initiatives of the third sector, 293
Land and the credit market, 300
Workers and the job market, 308
Globalisation and consumer markets, 310
Globalisation and the liberalization of markets, 312
Development, morality and the market economy, 335
Cooperative enterprises and progress of the market, 339
Efficiency of economic systems and the market, 346
The free market, 347
The free market, ends and values, 348
The market and moral ends, 349
Markets in contemporary societies, 350
The State, legal norms and the market, 352
The market, the State and their complementarity, 353
Economic democracy and the market, 356
Globalisation and financial markets, 361
Financial markets and the activity of production, 368
The real economy and financial markets, 369
Governments of countries and international markets, 370
International organisms and the international market, 371
The political community and the market, 419
International cooperation and the international market, 447, 448
Safeguarding the environment and the market, 470
Disarmament, the arms trade and the market, 508

MARRIAGE

Jesus and the dignity of marriage, 210
The family founded on marriage, 211
The family, the person and marriage, 212
Marriage and the free will of the spouses, 215
Marriage and the divine order, 215
Natural law and marriage, 216
Characteristics of marriage, 216, 217
Polygamy and marriage, 217
Marriage and children, 218
Marriage, a sacrament of grace, 219
Marriage and the human reality of love, 220
Spouses and the meaning of marriage, 220
Love and marriage, 221
Sexual identity and the good of marriage, 224
Indissolubility of the marriage bond, 225
Divorced who are remarried and marriage, 226, 226*
De facto
unions and marriage, 227
Homosexual unions and marriage, 228
Legislation and marriage, 229
The family, marriage and life, 231
Unborn children, the family and marriage, 235
Child marriage, 245
Family policies, the family and marriage, 253
Defence of marriage and development, 253
Discernment, the family and marriage, 569

MATERIALISM - MATERIALISTIC (see also MATTER)

Materialism and the unity of human beings, 129
The common good and materialistic visions, 170
Materialism and work as an actus personae, 271
The economy, materialistic dimension and life, 375
The human family and materialistic ideologies, 433

MATERNITY (see MOTHERHOOD)

MATTER - MATERIAL

Pope Pius XII and interventions in social matters, 93
Work and the material sense, 101
Corporeality and the material world, 128
The material world and human fulfilment, 128
Man, a material being, 129
Human rights and needs in the material sphere, 154
Political institutions and material goods, 168
The person and material goods, 171
Dependence on God and material goods, 181
The Church, the poor and material poverty, 184
Men and the patrimony of material goods, 195
Charity and material needs, 205
Children and pornographic material, 245
Saint Paul and material solidarity, 264
Workers and material value, 271
Capital and material means of production, 276
Dependence of work and material, 280
Unemployment and material repercussions, 294
Remunerated work and material life, 302
Work and material conditions, 311
Material of work and globalization, 312
Transformation of things and material needs, 318
The Old Testament and material goods, 323
Social order and material poverty, 325
Administration of material goods and justice, 326
Material progress and service to man, 326
Material goods and the economy, 331
Material goods and slavery to possessions, 334
Terms of exchange and raw materials, 364
Meaning of life and material goods, 374
Material goods, survival and quality of life, 375
Man, material and spiritual dimension, 376
Ethical-religious order and material value, 384
Law, friendship and material goods, 390
The person and material dimension, 391, 433
Living matter and the patrimony of humanity, 477
Armed conflict and material damage, 497
The Church, refugees and material assistance, 505
Political careers and material interests, 531
Material poverty and the economy, 564
The devastation of hearts and material goods, 581

MEDIA

Octogesima Adveniens and the media, 100
Solidarity and the media, 192
The media and the human community, 415
Values and moral principles and the media, 416
Human culture and the media, 557
The laity and mass media, 560, 561
The media and professionals, 562

MEDICAL - MEDICINE

Lack of medical care, 5
Technology, disease and medicines, 458
Biotechnology and medicine, 472

MEN AND WOMEN - see PERSON, MAN

MEN AND WOMEN RELIGIOUS - CONSECRATED PERSONS

Men and women religious and The Compendium, 11
Contribution of men and women religious to social doctrine, 79
Doctrine, secular obligations and men and women religious, 83
Mit Brennender Sorge
and men and women religious, 92
Social doctrine, the bishop and men and women religious, 539
Social pastoral activity and consecrated persons, 540

MERCY

The Spirit of God and sentiments of mercy, 25
Jesus, mercy and the action of God, 28, 29
Jesus and God's liberating mercy, 29
God and mercy, 59
Works of corporal and spiritual mercy, 184
Mercy, benign love, 206, 582
Works of mercy, acts of charity, 208
Practising works of mercy, 284
Christians and God's mercy, 381
Mercy and truth, 490
Peace and mercy, 520

MINORITY

Rights of nations and minorities, 157
The democratic State, majority and minority, 169
The principle of subsidiarity and minorities, 187
Minorities, rights and duties, 387
The international order and the rights of minorities, 438

MISERY - MISERABLE (see also POVERTY, SUFFERING)

Rerum Novarum and the misery of workers, 89
Human misery and the weakness of man, 183
Sundays, charity and brethren in misery and poverty, 285
The Spirit and the miserable state of the human condition, 381

MISFORTUNES (see also EVIL, WICKEDNESS)

Solidarity and the misfortunes of so many people, 193

MISSION - MISSIONARY

Social doctrine, the Church and mission, 3, 7, 64, 65, 67
Union of the Son with the Father and mission, 29
Trinitarian love and the mission of Jesus, 30
The mission of the Church and the Kingdom of God, 49
The mission of the Church and eschatological finality, 51
Ecclesial communities, places of mission, 52
Social order and the mission entrusted to the Church, 68
Mission of the Church and social doctrine, 69, 82
Social doctrine and Christian mission, 83
Gaudium et Spes
and mission of the Church, 96
Unity of the two as gift and mission, 147
Rights and religious mission of the Church, 159
Families, mission and the Gospel of life, 231
Educational mission of the family, 238
Jesus and his mission as work, 259
The Church, mission and juridical recognition, 426
The Church, juridical means and mission, 444
The Holy See and the spiritual mission of the papacy, 445
Jesus and the mission of peace of Christians, 491
The peace of Jesus and the mission of disciples, 492
Violence and the mission of the Church, 496
Armed forces and humanitarian missions, 502
Peace and mission of the Church, 516
Social doctrine and missionary dynamism, 523
Society, culture and mission of the Church, 524
Mission and commitment of Christians, 538
Social doctrine, priests and mission, 539
The laity and the mission of Jesus, 541
The laity and the mission of the Church, 549
Specialized associations and mission, 550
Mission of the Church and the meaning of existence, 576

MONEY

Public communications and the unscrupulous use of money, 198
The love of money, 328
The debt crisis and public moneys, 450

MORAL - IMMORAL - MORALITY - MORALIZATION

Humanity and moral awareness, 6
Moral aspects of social questions, 8
The Compendium and moral discernment, 10
Relation between nature, technology and morality, 16
Humanism and moral virtues, 19
The Ten Commandments and universal morality, 22, 140
Moral capacity and social changes, 42
The Church and moral quality of life in society, 62
The Church, teacher of moral truth, 70
The Church, moral principles and social order, 71
Social doctrine and moral theology, 72, 73
Human dignity and moral demands, 75
Magisterium, ministry and morality, 79
Social doctrine and moral teaching, 80
Social doctrine and moral order, 82
Social teaching and moral truth, 83
Rerum Novarum
and moral nature, 89
Quadragesimo Anno
and moral law, 91
Christmas Radio Messages and morality, 93
Pope Pius XII and relation between morality and law, 93
Gaudium et Spes
and moral changes, 96
Sollicitudo Rei Socialis
, morality and development, 102
The person, subject of his moral acts, 127
Moralization of social life, 134
Human freedom and moral law, 136, 137
Freedom and morally good acts, 138
Freedom and natural moral law, 140
Moral truths and the assistance of grace, 141
Natural law, morality and civil law, 142
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
and moral progress, 152
Moral environment and personality, 155
Principles and moral meaning, 163
Community dimension of moral good, 164
The common good and public morality, 166
Political institutions and moral goods, 168
The economy and moral values, 174
Public life and moral tension, 189
Solidarity, moral virtue, 193
International solidarity and moral order, 194
Principles, values and moral good, 197
Social problems and morality, 198
Freedom and what is morally negative, 200
Justice, cardinal moral virtue, 201
The family and moral values, 213
The elderly and moral values, 222
Gender and moral complementarities, 224
Unemployment and moral implications, 287
Child labour, moral problem, 296
Agrarian reform, moral obligation, 300
Processes of production and moral integrity, 301
Striking, violence as morally unacceptable, 304
Moral attention and new forms of work, 312
Poverty, moral value, 324
Immorality and accumulation of goods, 328
Morality and the economy, 330, 331, 332, 333, 334, 335
Economic initiative and moral obligation, 336
Businesses and moral rights, 338
Usury, morally condemned, 341
Business owners and moral motivations, 344
The market and moral goals, 349
Investment, moral and cultural choices, 358
Purchasing power and moral requirements, 359
Morally illicit acts and future generations, 367
Globalisation and moral parameters, 372
The people, communion and moral level, 386
Human rights and moral demands, 394
Political authority and moral order, 396
Authority and essential moral values, 397
Authority and obedience to the moral order, 398
Right to resistance and moral principles, 401
Punishment and moral value of expiation, 403
Death penalty and moral sensitivity, 405
Democracy and moral law, 407
Moral dimension of representation, 410
Political corruption and morality, 411
Social communications and moral principles, 416
Religious freedom and moral license, 421
Religious freedom and public morality, 422
Democratic order and moral implications, 424
The Church and moral judgment, 426
The human family and the moral force of freedom, 432
Racism, morally unacceptable, 433
International order and moral law, 436, 437
Universal moral law, 436
Moral dimension of interdependence, 442
Technology, moral principles and values, 458
The environment and the moral order, 461
Biotechnology and moral lawfulness, 472
Nature and moral responsibility of man, 473
The environment, poverty and moral orientation, 482
Access to water and moral criteria, 484
Peace and moral order of society, 494
Moral risks of recourse to violence, 496
Moral damage and armed conflict, 497
War of aggression, immoral, 500
Moral legitimacy and armed forces, 500
Preventive war and morality, 501
The military, moral obligation and crimes, 503
Moral obligation and the elimination of groups, 506
Arms stockpiling, morally unjustified, 508
Terrorism and moral rules, 514
Morality of social action and the person, 522
Social pastoral activity and Christian morality, 526
Catechesis, formation and moral order, 530
Social doctrine a moral duties, 532
The laity, moral life and competence, 546
The laity, prudence and moral principles, 547
Prudence, foresight and moral ends, 548*
Political commitment and moral issues, 555
Moral legacy of Catholicism, 555
Culture and moral life of nations, 559
The media and morality, 560
Moral qualification of political life, 566
Authority, moral law and freedom, 567
The laity, discernment and moral values, 568
Legal order and moral order, 569
Political programme and morality, 570
Witness and moral requirements, 570
Catholic moral doctrine and autonomy of the State, 571
Autonomy of the State and moral duty, 572
Autonomy of the State, secularity and natural morality, 572
Faith in God and moral principles, 577
Cultural questions and moral sense, 577
Moral convictions and encounter, 579

MOTHER

Mary, the Mother of Jesus, 59
The Church, Mother and Teacher, 86
Right to grow in the womb of one's mother, 155
Right to be born to a father and a mother, 235
Mothers and socially recognized work, 251
Work and the role of the woman as mother, 295

MOTHERHOOD - MATERNITY

Motherhood and likeness to God, 230
Motherhood and acceptance of life, 232
Desire for motherhood and the right to have children, 235
Reproduction technologies and surrogate motherhood, 235
Motherhood and tasks of a spiritual nature, 237
Social provisions and maternity, 301

MOTHERHOOD AND FATHERHOOD - see PARENTHOOD

MOVEMENT

Worker movements of solidarity, 308
Life in society, spiritual values and movements, 386
Governments and movements for human rights, 443
The environment and ecological movements, 463
Christians, movements and defence of the human person, 538
Movements and formation of the lay faithful, 549
Social doctrine and the role of movements, 549

MYSTERY

Mystery and human existence, 14
Religious experience and mystery, 20
Revelation in Christ and mystery of God, 34
Disciple and Jesus' paschal mystery, 41
Mystery of God's presence, 45
Mystery of God and value of the person, 54
Jesus Christ, man and fullness of mystery, 58
Mary, the Magnificat and mystery of salvation, 59
Social doctrine and mystery of salvation, 67
Social doctrine and mystery of Christ, 75
Mystery of Christ and mystery of man, 75, 105
Mystery of sin, 116, 117, 117*
Mystery of the Father, Christ and man, 121
Social doctrine and mystery of the person, 124, 126
Disordered self-love and the paschal mystery, 143
Christian spouses and the paschal mystery, 220
Mystery and grandeur of man, 255
Mystery of salvation and creaturely realities, 431
The world and mystery of God, 486
Nature and horizon of mystery, 487
Mystery of the Cross and the Gospel of peace, 493
Priest, society and the salvific mystery, 539
Men and women religious and mystery of the charity of Christ, 540
Lay spirituality and mystery of God, 546
Culture, mystery of life and mystery of God, 559
The Church and mystery of iniquity, 578

NATION (see also UNITED NATIONS)

The Church, nations and salvation, 1
The Decalogue, people of the covenant and nations, 25
Human action and solidarity of nations, 35
Pope Pius XII and internal order of nations, 93*
Pope John XXIII, inequalities and nations, 94
Iustitia et Pax
and justice among nations, 99
Human dignity, men and nations, 144
Rights of nations, 157
Principles and relations between nations, 161
Social nature, nations and the common good, 165
Nations and international cooperation, 166
Wealth of the nations and new goods, 179
Goods, nations and development, 179
The family and patrimony of nations, 213
Patrimony of nations and generations, 244
Work and social life of nations, 269, 274
Authentic development and nations of the world, 342
Globalisation and nation States, 370
Jesus and power of the leaders of nations, 379
Jesus, political messianism and nations, 379
A people and the nation, 387
The nation and the religious community, 423
Prophets of peace and nations, 430
Coexistence of nations and principles, 433
The common good, the nation and the human family, 434
Sovereignty and subjectivity of a nation, 435
Nations and renouncing certain rights, 435
International agreements and rights of nations, 435
Moral law, public opinion and nations, 436
Conflicts and stability of nations, 438
Freedom, integrity, nations and international order, 438
International organisms and coexistence of nations, 440
Interdependence and nations, 442
Demographic policies and the future of nations, 483
Development of nations and human rights, 494
War and problems between nations, 497
Use of force and nations, 500
Arms and peace between nations, 508
Those guilty of terrorist acts and nations, 514
The Church, nations and peace, 516
The laity, culture and distinction of nation, 557
Cultures, nations and meaning of existence, 558
Culture of nations and mystery of life, 559
Autonomy of the State, spiritual traditions and the nation, 572

NATIONALISTIC

The international community and nationalistic ideologies, 433

NATURAL LAW - NATURAL MORAL LAW

The Ten Commandments and natural law, 22
Human action and natural law, 37
Social relationships and natural law, 53
Natural law and creatures of God, 53
Doctrinal principles and natural law, 89
Pope Pius XII and natural law, 93
Natural moral law, 140
Natural law, rights and duties of the person, 140
Universality of natural moral law, 142
Human society, natural law and duties, 156
Right to use goods and natural law, 172
Natural law and sexual identity, 224
Work, family life and natural law, 294
Human values and natural law, 397
The right to resistance and natural law, 400
International law and natural law, 437

NATURE - NATURAL (see also NATURAL LAW)

Civilization and man's place in nature, 14, 15
Religiosity and rational nature of the person, 15
Relation between nature, technology and morality, 16
Rights inherent within the nature of the person, 22
Task of ordering created nature, 36
Fruits of nature and the Kingdom of Christ, 57
Moral truths and human nature, 70
Nature of the Church's social doctrine, 72, 73
Human nature, source of social doctrine, 75, 77
Doctrinal weight, social teaching and nature, 80
Social doctrine and obligations of a secular nature, 83
Universal values and human nature, 85
Sollicitudo Rei Socialis
and the nature of development, 102
Relation between God and man and human nature, 110
Man, a social being by his very nature, 110
Original sin and human nature, 115
Jesus Christ, human nature and the nature of God, 122
Man, as a speck of nature, 128
Man, spirit and matter, one nature, 129
Reason belongs to human nature, 140
Civil law and consequences of concrete nature, 142
Freedom and common nature, 142
Human nature and relational subjectivity, 149
Society, contract and human nature, 149*
A society that responds to human nature, 151
Depriving people of rights and doing violence to their nature, 153
Nature of the principle of the common use of goods, 172
Men, rational nature and responsibility, 205
The family and legitimisation of human nature, 214
Marriage and the nature of conjugal love, 215, 225, 230, 237, 253
Work and its social and individual nature, 273
Workers' rights and nature of the person, 301
Human nature and relation with the Transcendent, 318
Faith in Christ and the nature of development, 327, 342
Economic laws and the nature of things, 330
Natural resources, quantitatively scarce, 346
Goods which, by their nature, are not merchandise, 349
The State and the nature of private organizations, 357
Unprecedented nature of systems of relations, 361, 363
Concerns of an ethical nature and financial markets, 369
God, creatures and the capacities of their own nature, 383
Political community and the nature of the person, 384
The person, nature endowed with intelligence and will, 391
Nature of the political community and life in society, 392
Authority and the social nature of the person, 393, 398
Resistance to authority, a natural right, 400
Religious freedom and human nature, 421
The Church and the political community, different by nature, 424
Nature as man's adversary, 451
Jesus, interpreter of nature, 453
The paschal mystery and imbalances between man and nature, 454
Man and dominion over nature, 456, 462, 463, 473
God has judged that the nature he created is good, 457
Nature and forms of applied technology, 458, 459, 460
Ecologist movements and divinization of nature, 463
Reference to transcendence and nature, 464, 487
Nature of each being and ecological crisis, 466
Economic development and rhythms of nature, 470
Nature, the Creator's gift to the human community, 473
Water, by its nature, is not merchandise, 485
Nature and the horizon of mystery, 487
A world of peace that embraces all of nature, 490
Social doctrine and the nature of social pastoral activity, 524

NEGOTIATION

Minorities, quest for autonomy and negotiations, 387
Controversies and processes of negotiation, 439
Processes of negotiation and international law, 439
Processes of negotiation and juridical authority, 439
Measure of consensus and multilateral negotiation, 508

NEIGHBOUR

Salvation, responsibility and neighbour, 40, 43
The Church and neighbour as brother or sister, 105
Loving one's neighbour as oneself, 112
Sin, a wound in the relation with one's neighbour, 117
Social sin, aggression against one's neighbour, 118
Structures of sin and the good of one's neighbour, 119
Primacy of every human being and one's neighbour, 132
Freedom, disordered self-love and one's neighbour, 143
Commandment to love one's neighbour, 160
Works of mercy and neighbour, 184
Solidarity and commitment to one's neighbour, 193
Jesus, solidarity and neighbour, 196
Justice and neighbour, 201
Social charity, politics and neighbour, 208
Married couples without children and neighbour, 218
Christians, work and ever poorer neighbours, 265
Work, moral obligation and neighbour, 274
Wealth and the good of one's neighbour, 329
Justice, love and neighbour, 391
Prayer for peace and neighbour, 519
Consecrated persons and service to neighbour, 540
The media and truth to neighbours, 562
Christian love and neighbour, 581, 582

NIHILISM

Exasperated secularization and nihilism, 462

NORM - NORMATIVE

The sabbatical year and normative points of reference, 25
Institutions and norms of justice, 42
Social doctrine and norms of social living, 73
Conscience, norms and social situations, 73
Social doctrine and norms of action, 81, 84
Freedom, truth and ethical norms, 138
Natural law, the Decalogue and norms, 140
Principles, institutions and customary norms, 163
Created goods and norms for the common good, 167
Private property and juridical norms, 177
Reproduction technologies and norms, 235
Educational activity and love as a norm, 239
Sexual education and moral norms, 243
Priority of the family and normative criteria, 254
New technologies and juridical norms, 283
Norms of social security, 309
Financial systems and normative context, 369
Economic development and normative context, 372
Objective norm and positive law, 388
Natural law, normative point of reference, 397
Political corruption and norms of justice, 411
Religious freedom and juridical norms, 422
Religious organizations and norms of law, 423
Controversies and normative instruments, 439
Dialogue as creature and norms, 452
A healthy environment and juridical norms, 468
The military and norms of humanitarian law, 503
Chemical weapons and the context of international norms, 509
Norm of action and the good of humanity, 522
The media and norms, 560
Love, supreme norm of action, 582

OBLIGATION - see DUTY

OLD AGE (see also ELDERLY, AGING)

Old age and bringing forth fruit, 222
Right to insurance for old age, 301

ORDER

Humanism and a new social order, 19
Earthly realities and creatures with their own laws and order, 45
The order of creation and the supernatural order, 64
The anthropological, theological and evangelical order, 66
The Church and the political, economic and social order, 68
The Church, moral principles and the social order, 71
Social doctrine and the religious and moral order, 82
Rerum Novarum
and a just social order, 89
Quadragesimo Anno
and a new social order, 91
Law and the national and international order, 93
Christmas Radio Messages and social order, 93
Religious freedom and the juridical order, 97, 422
Social doctrine and the temporal order, 104
The order of things and the order of persons, 132
Man, freedom and social order, 135
Freedom and conditions of economic order, 137
Freedom, rejection of God and just order, 143
Relational subjectivity and the order of love, 149
Use of goods and the ethical-social order, 172, 173
Private property and a correct social order, 176
Subsidiarity and a correct social order, 186
Community life and the democratic order, 190
Structures, sin, solidarity and institutional orders, 193
Values, ordered conditions and social life, 197
Freedom and limits of public order, 200
The family and function in the social order, 210*
The family and the social order, 211
The institution of marriage and the divine order, 215
Divorced who are remarried and the spiritual order, 226
Abstinence, fertility and the anthropological order, 233
The universe, cosmos and order, 262
The order of society, law and labour, 273
Union organizations and social order, 305
Poverty and the order of creatures, 324
The Kingdom of God and new social order, 325
Economic order and social order, 330, 331
Power and the order established by God, 380, 382, 383
The political community and the ethical-religious order, 384
Human society and different orders of beauty, 386
Political authority and the juridical order, 394
Political authority, order and human growth, 394
Authority and moral order, 396, 398, 399
Right to resistance and the order of justice, 400
Punishment and defence of public order, 403
Religious freedom and the objective moral order, 422, 423
The Church and autonomy of the democratic order, 424
Law, guarantee of international order, 434
The international order and universal moral law, 436
Juridical systems and the moral order, 437
The Second World War and the international order, 438
The Holy See, social order and values, 445
The human couple and the order of creation, 451
Jesus' resurrection and relationships of order, 454
Man, the environment and moral order, 461
Manipulation and the natural order, 462
Beings and the universal order of the Creator, 466
Intervening in nature and respect for order, 473
Goods of the earth and the order of creation, 481
Peace, violence, sin and the divine order, 488
Peace and the order of society, 494, 495
The military and orders to commit crimes, 503
Sanctions and the international order, 507
Social catechesis and the moral order, 530
“Social Weeks” and the temporal order, 532
The laity and those in holy orders, 541
The laity, the temporal order and eternal vocation, 544
Lay associations and the temporal order, 549
Inner renewal and social order, 552
The media and the moral order, 560
Discernment and the legal and moral order, 569
States and the private and public order, 577
Civilization of love and the international order, 582

ORGANISM

Iustitia et Pax, organism of the Church, 99
The person as a cell of an organism, 125
Technical interventions and living organisms, 473

ORGANIZATION - ORGANIZE

Transcendence of man and organizations, 47
The Kingdom of God and organizations, 51
The Church and models of social organization, 68, 81
Social doctrine and organizations, 83
Centesimus Annus
and social organizations, 103
Human rights, pastoral commitment and organizations, 159
The common good and organization of the State, 166
The State and the organization of civil society, 168
Subsidiarity and intermediate organizations, 187
Subsidiarity, organizations and the common good, 187
Love and social organizations, 207
Love and commitment to organizing society, 208
Demographic measures and organizations, 234
Industrial organization of labour, 267
Work and organizations, 270, 271
Human capital and organizations, 276
Human capital and the organization of labour, 278
Participation and the organization of work, 281
Protection of work and international organizations, 292
Work and the self-organization of society, 293
The family, work and organizations, 294
Women and the organization of work, 295
Union organizations and social order, 305
Union organizations and political power, 307
Globalisation and the organization of work, 310, 311, 312, 313
Work and the present re-organization, 317
The market and the organization of the State, 353
The organization of civil society ad intermediate bodies, 356
Private non-profit organizations, 357
International organizations of civil society, 366
The economic system and international organizations, 371
Public administration and organization, 412
Relation between States and religious organizations, 423
The Church and organizational structures, 424, 425
The Church and the freedom to form organizations, 426
The State and ecclesial organizations, 427
The human family and forms of organization, 432
Organization of the international community, 433
Role of international organizations, 440
International organizations and the process of development, 442
Revision of international organizations, 442
Non-governmental organizations, 443
The Holy See and intergovernmental organizations, 444
Peace, defence and international organizations, 499
Terrorism and extremist organizations, 513
Solidarity and social organization, 580

OWNERSHIP - OWNER (see also BUSINESS OWNER)

Ownership of goods, accessible to all, 176
Destination of goods and ownership of new goods, 179
Ownership, advantages and the tempting promises, 181
Participation of workers in ownership, 281
Ownership of new technologies, 283
Agrarian reform and ownership of land, 300
Relativity of goods and God as first owner of all goods, 324

PARENTHOOD - FATHERHOOD AND MOTHERHOOD - DESIRE TO BE MOTHER OR FATHER

Human fatherhood and motherhood and likeness to God, 230
Fatherhood and motherhood and acceptance of life, 232
Responsible parenthood, 232
Desire to be mother or father and right to children, 235
Spiritual dimension of fatherhood and motherhood, 237

PARENTS

Children, gifts for parents, 218, 230
Christian parents and the lay vocation, 220
Assisted procreation and parents, 235
Parents and procreation, 237
Parents and the education of children, 239
Parents and civil and ecclesial organizations, 240
Parents and the right to educational institutions, 241
Parents and the joint work of education, 242
Parents and the sexual education of children, 243
New generations and the heritage received from parents, 244
Remuneration, house work and parents, 250
The media and parents, 562

PARTICIPATE - PARTICIPATION

The Church, participation and secular dimension, 10
Participation in Christ's life as son, 29, 38, 45, 58, 70
Trinitarian love, participation and humanity, 54
Participation in God's infinite love, 55
The Church as participant and man, 60
Couples, participation and God's creativity, 111
Christ and participation in the nature of God, 122
The body and participation in glory, 127
Man and participation of the divine mind, 129, 456
Natural law, participation and eternal law, 140, 140*
The handicapped and participation, 148
Participation and social life, 151
The right to participate, work and the goods of the earth, 155
Nations and participation in development, 179
Subsidiarity and participation, 189
Participation and the life of civil community, 189
Participation and democracy, 190
Participation, the citizen and institutions, 191
Work of formation and shared participation of citizens, 191
Totalitarian countries and participation, 191
Divorced who are remarried and participation, 226
Participation of children and parents, 230
Participation of families and associations, 231
Married couples and participation in the work of creation, 232
Families and participation in political life, 246
The Sabbath rest and participation in worship, 258
Work and participation, 263
Man and participation in divine wisdom, 266
Participation, community and alienation, 280
Labour, capital, participation and workers, 281
The Lord's Day and participation, 285
Self-organization of society and participation, 293
Participation, ethical guarantee and peoples, 321
Participation and the Lord's fullness, 327
Right to participate in economic life, 333
Authority development and participation, 342
The common good and participation, 354
The human person and participation, 391
Democracy and participation of citizens, 406, 567
Society and structures of participation, 406
Political parties and participation, 413
Referendum and political participation, 414
Participation and policies of communications, 416
Equality and participation, 442
The Holy See and participation in organizations, 444
The paschal mystery, nature and participation, 454
Peace and participation in the Kingdom of God, 492
Objectors and participation in a conflict, 503
Children and participation in combat, 512
The Church, participation and peace, 516
Priests, participation and the bishop, 539
The laity, participation and the mission of Christ, 541, 549
The Eucharist, participation and the sacrifice of Christ, 542
Economic efficiency and participation, 564
Membership in a party and participation, 573

PARTY

Relations between unions and political parties, 307
Parties and participation in political life, 413
The laity and membership in a party, 573, 574

PASTORAL

Social doctrine, a pastoral priority, 7
The Compendium and pastoral discernment, 10
The Compendium, an instrument of pastoral service, 11
The twenty-first century and pastoral concern, 88, 267
Magisterium and pastoral participation, 104
Pastoral commitment, proclamation and denunciation, 159
Social pastoral activity and ecumenical cooperation, 159
The Church, refugees and pastoral presence, 505
Messages for the World Day of Peace and pastoral action, 520
Anthropology, pastoral work and inculturation, 523
Social doctrine and social pastoral activity, 524, 526
Social messages and pastoral tasks, 525
Social pastoral activity and truth about man, 527
Candidates for priesthood and social pastoral activity, 533
Social pastoral activity and Christians, 538
The bishop and social pastoral activity, 539
Priests and social pastoral activity, 539
Pastoral action and consecrated persons, 540
Ecclesial associations and social pastoral activity, 550

PEACE

The Church, man and the requirements of peace, 3, 63
Men, love of God and peace, 4, 5
Religions, cultures and peace, 12
The Church, Churches, ecclesial communities and peace, 12
New social order and peace, 19
Christ, the Kingdom of peace and the goods of men, 57
Relations, human action and peace, 58
The Spirit and thoughts and projects of peace, 63
Peace and evangelisation, 66
The Gospel, message of peace, the Church and man, 86
The Reich and peace between the Church and the State, 92
Pope Pius XII and social order centred on peace, 93
Pacem in Terris
and the theme of peace, 95
Gaudium et Spes
and themes of peace, 96
Populorum Progressio
, development and peace, 98, 498
Pope Pius XII and peace, the fruit of justice, 102, 203
Sollicitudo Rei Socialis
and peace, 102, 203
God, peace and harmony with his plan, 118
Peace, human rights and the rights of peoples, 157
The Spirit of the Lord, hearts, the Church and peace, 159
The common good and commitment to peace, 166
Social injustice and conditions for peace, 188
Connections between solidarity and peace, 194, 194*, 203
Peace and bringing about justice, 203
Love, social action and peace, 207
The family, the world and the peace of Christ, 220
Divorced who are remarried and initiatives for peace, 226
Educating children to peace, 242
The right to work and social peace, 288
Human work and civil peace, 292
International public authority and peace, 365
The king, messianic oracles and peace to the nations, 378
Truth, justice, freedom, solidarity and peace, 383
Dialogue, negotiation and peace, 387
Public peace and coexistence in justice, 422
Prophets and peace between nations, 430
The United Nations and peace, 440
International politics, peace and globalization, 442
Peace and non-governmental organizations, 443
Peace and dialogue between the Church and civil authorities, 445
The people and a dwelling place of peace, 452
The human being, divine love and peace, 488, 489, 490, 491, 492, 493
Peace, a value and a duty, 494
Peace and the rational and moral order of society, 494
Peace and the absence of war, 494
Peace and conception of the person, 494
Peace and order according to justice and love, 494
Peace, the order of God and responsibility, 495
Culture of peace and ideal of peace, 495
Nothing is lost with peace, 497
International organizations and peace, 499
Obligations of the State and peace, 500
The United Nations, the Security Council and peace, 501
Armed forces and peace, 502
The military, humanitarian missions and missions of peace, 502
Arms, the arms race and peace, 508, 511
Peace in the world and the mission of the Church, 516
Peace, forgiveness and reconciliation, 517
The right to peace, 518
The Church and prayer for peace, 519, 519*
World Days of Peace, 520
Catechesis and building peace, 529
Social doctrine and education in peace, 432
Ecumenical cooperation and peace, 435
The Catholic Church, the Jewish people and peace, 536
Religions and obtaining peace, 537
Peace, Christians and political action, 565
Civilization of love and lasting peace, 582

PENAL INSTITUTIONS

Penal institutions and Christian concern, 403

PEOPLE - PEOPLES (see also MAN, PERSON, POPULATION)

The Church, a pilgrim people, 1
Salvation, the Church and peoples, 1
Peoples and respect, 5
Teachings and the tradition of the people of God, 12
A people, civilization and cultures, 14
God, the people of Israel and the gift of freedom, 21
God's initiative and the covenant with his people, 22
The people of Israel and the Decalogue, 22, 23
The people of Israel and the sabbatical year, 24, 258
People of the covenant, justice and solidarity, 25
Mutual love and the people of God, 33
Solidarity of peoples and God's plan, 35
The Spirit of the Lord and the people of God, 53
Relations between peoples and evangelisation, 66
The sense of faith of the whole people, 79
Magisterium of Pope Pius XII, voice for many peoples, 93
Gaudium et Spes
and community of peoples, 96
Gaudium et Spes
and community of peoples, 96
God and peace between peoples, 118
Structures of sin and development of peoples, 119, 446
Universality of Christian hope and peoples, 123
Equity, peoples and the international community, 145
Peoples and universal brotherhood, 145
What is true for the individual is also true for peoples, 157
Rights of peoples, 157
Principles of social doctrine and peoples, 161
Community of peoples and the common good, 165
God, land and the use by all peoples, 171
Wealth and well-being of peoples, 174
Peoples and integral development, 175
Development, barriers and peoples, 179
Indigenous peoples and community property, 180, 471
Material goods and growth of peoples, 181
Social life and cooperation between peoples, 189
Democratic government and a people, 190
Solidarity, interdependence and peoples, 192, 193, 373
Structures of sin and relations between peoples, 193
Solidarity and equality between peoples, 194
God and the infirmity of his people, 196
Peoples and life in unity and in peace, 207
Poverty and peoples, 208
Strong families and peoples, 213
Covenant between God and his people, 219
Contraceptive methods and development of peoples, 233
Caring for the earth, the wise king and tending to the people, 255
Development in solidarity and survival of peoples, 321
Globalisation and democracy of peoples, 321
The poor and the covenant between God and the people, 324
Economic growth and peoples, 332
Economic activity and peoples, 333
Business owners, investments and peoples, 345
Growth of the economy and rights of peoples, 366
Universal harmony of people and cultures, 366
International organizations, the market and people, 371
The people of Israel, the king and Yahweh's lordship, 377, 378
The political community and a people, 385
A people and the sharing of life and of values, 386
A people and the nation, 387
Political authority and a people, 395, 408
Political representation and the destiny of a people, 410
The State, administrator of the good of a people, 412
Genesis and the variety of peoples, 429
Abraham, father of a multitude of peoples, 430
Eschatological time and peoples, 430
God, the Lord of the history of peoples, 430
Pentecost, resurrection and peoples, 431
Christianity and universal vision of peoples, 432
Peoples, relations and the international community, 433
Different characteristics of every people, 434
Culture and the identity of a people, 435
International order and coexistence of peoples, 436
Equality of every people and right of nations, 437
The United Nations and the freedom of peoples, 440
The Church, authority and progress of every people, 445
Poverty and equal right of every people, 449
Full humanism and peoples, 449
Right of peoples to progress, 450
Divine presence and faith of the people of God, 451, 452
Indigenous peoples, 471
Development, scientific autonomy and peoples, 475
Authority, trade policies and peoples, 476
Ecological disasters and peoples, 486
Peace, God and people, 489, 490
Development of peoples and human rights, 494
Connection between peoples and conflict, 498
Requirements of humanity, peoples and love, 499
Arms, peoples and legitimate defence, 500
The military and violation of the rights of peoples, 503
Principle of humanity and peoples, 505
The twentieth century and the holocaust of the Jewish people, 506
Religions and friendship between peoples, 515, 516
Mutual acceptance and divided peoples, 518
Holiness and members of the people of God, 530
The Church, mission and people of God, 538
The laity, the faithful constituted as the people of God, 541
Religious freedom, a good of every people, 551
Poverty of many peoples and cultural deprivation, 557
Religious dimension of a people and culture, 559
Development and dignity of peoples, 563
Marginalization of Christianity and peoples, 572
Peoples and love, 581

PERSECUTION

Prayer for those who govern and persecution, 381
The Beast of the Apocalypse and the power of the persecutor, 382
Religious persecution and international order, 438

PERSON - PEOPLE - MEN AND WOMEN

The Church and vocation to the person, 3, 63
Love of God and people capable of bringing peace, 4
Contempt of human rights of so many people, 5
Men and women, social doctrine and today's realities, 7
Christian anthropology and the human person, 9
Religions, cultures and the human person, 12
Religiosity and the human person, 15
The new order and the human person, 19
Gift, gratuitousness and experience of the person, 20
The Ten Commandments and the human person, 22
The sabbatical year and the liberation of people, 24
Relation with God and the human person, 27
Trinitarian love and the human person, 34, 54
Christian revelation and the identity of the person, 35
Genesis and the identity of the human person, 36
Dignity of the person and Christian anthropology, 37
Salvation for all people and of the whole person, 38
The human person, God and neighbour, 40
The human person and social changes, 42
The human person and God as ultimate end, 47
The human person and exploitation, 48, 133
Totalitarian visions of society and of the person, 48
The Church and transcendence of the person, 49
The Church and dignity of the human person, 51
Christ and the social nature of the human person, 52
Community of Christians and people, 53
Resurrection, people and an eternal dwelling place, 56
The human person and relations with people, 58
The Gospel, the person and a society of persons, 65
The Church, judgment and rights of the person, 71, 426
Social doctrine and the behaviour of people, 73
Faith, reason and truth of the person, 75
Philosophy and understanding the person, 77
Science and the person, 78
Social doctrine and qualified persons, 79
Social doctrine, denunciation and people, 81
The Church and development of the whole person, 82
Social doctrine, people and religious groups, 84
Gaudium et Spes
and the human person, 96
Dignitatis Humanae
and the human person, 97
Populorum Progressio
and the person, 98
Laborem Exercens
and the person, 101
Social life and the human person, 106
The Church and centrality of the human person, 106
Social doctrine and dignity of the person, 107
The person, a creature made in the image of God, 108
God, definitive destination of every person, 110
Communion and man and woman as persons, 111
Woundedness and the dignity of the person, 116
Sin, act of the person, 117
Social sin, relations and the person, 118
Structures of sin and acts of persons, 119, 193
Social doctrine and the human person, 124
Unity of body and soul and the person, 127
The human person and openness to transcendence, 130
The human person, an intelligent and conscious being, 131
The human person and unrepeatable singularity, 131
Just society and the human person, 132
The person and economic projects, 133
Moralization, social life and people, 134
Freedom and growth of the person, 135
Capacities of the person and changes, 137
Constructive acts of the person and truth, 138
Practical judgment of the conscience and the person, 139
Natural law and dignity of the person, 140
Truth, good and communion of persons, 142
Equality, people and dignity, 144
Equality and dignity of every person, 145
Encounter of man and woman and the human person, 147
Handicapped persons, 148
The person, a social being, 149
Social nature and communion of persons, 150
Associations and participation of persons, 151
Socialization and the person, 151
Human rights and the human person, 153
Religious freedom and the person, 155
Rights, duties and the human person, 156
Principle of the dignity of the person and principles, 160
Society and freedom of persons, 163
Principle of the common good and the person, 164, 165, 166, 170
The common good and essential personal services, 166
Political institutions, goods and people, 168
The person and material goods, 171
Right to common use of goods and the person, 172
Universal destination of goods and the person, 175, 182
Goods of creation and the development of the whole person, 177
The person and use of one's own resources, 178
The person and intermediate social groupings, 185
Principle of subsidiarity and the person, 187, 188
Subsidiarity and the human person, 192, 193, 582
Social values and the human person, 197, 397
Dignity of persons and truth, 198
Freedom and the dignity of every person, 199, 200
Justice and the person, 201
Value of the person and criterion of utility, 202
Social charity and politics and the person, 207, 208
The family and the person, 209, 211, 212, 221
The family, a community of persons, 213, 244
Conjugal love, gift of one person to another person, 215
Married couples and components of the person, 217
Marriage, covenant of persons established in love, 219
Older people, contribution and leadership roles, 222
Conjugal sexuality and gift of the person, 223
Indissolubility of marriage and persons, 225
Remarried persons and ecclesial life, 226
The family, education of children and the person, 227
The family and people of the same sex, 228
The homosexual person, dignity and respect, 228
The family, community of persons and love, 230
Contraceptive methods and the person, 233
Measures of population control and persons, 234
Assisted procreation and dignity of the person, 235
Cloning and the human person, 236
Parenthood and genealogy of the person, 237
The family, persons, freedom and responsibility, 238
Education of the human person, 242
Sexual dimension, the person and ethical values, 243
Children and people caught up in paedophilia, 245
Economic life and initiatives of the person, 248
The family, work and the person, 249, 294
Family subsidies and dependent persons, 250
The State, priority of the family and persons, 254
Work and development of persons, 269
Work and the person, 270, 271, 272
Development of the person and efficiency of work, 278
Work as career and the person, 280
Work, intermediate bodies and the person, 281
Indirect employers and the person, 288
Work, formational systems and the person, 290
Immigration and dignity of the human person, 298
Workers' rights and the human person, 301
Income and development of the person, 303
Globalisation and transportation of people, 310
New forms of work and millions of persons, 311
Work activity and personal services, 313
Informal or hidden activities and persons, 316
Work, innovations and the person, 317, 318, 321
Globalisation and dignity of the person, 321
Economic life and dignity of the person, 331
Freedom of the person in economic matters, 336
Businesses, societies of persons, 338
Businesses, profits and persons, 340
Usury and the lives of many people, 341
The free market and people's preferences, 347
The market, goods and vision of the person, 349
Economic freedom and the human person, 350
The State, intervention in the economy and persons, 354
Development of persons and the economy, 369
Models of development dignity of the person, 373
Rich countries, alienation and the person, 374
Authority and good of the person, 380
Political coexistence and the human person, 384
A people, a group of persons, 385
Political community and the human person, 388, 418
Life in society and rights and duties of the person, 388, 389, 390
Political society, needs and the person, 391
Community relations and the person, 392
Authority and the social nature of the human person, 393
Just laws and dignity of the human person, 398
Authority and rights of the person, 399
Tyranny and fundamental rights of the person, 401
Punishment, security, reinsertion of persons, 403
Prison chaplains and detained persons, 403
Detained persons and respect of dignity, 403
Criminal responsibility and dignity of persons, 404
Bloodless methods of deterrence and the person, 405
Democracy and the human person, 406, 407
Authority, people and the common good, 410
Information systems and the human person, 415
Civil society and rights of the person, 419
The person and religious freedom, 421
The international community and the human person, 433
Ideologies and the whole person, 433
People and non-governmental organizations, 443
People and dialogue between the Church and civil authorities, 445
The human person and the right to development, 446
Cooperation and poor people, 448
Full humanism and the person, 449
The Lord and the person as partners in dialogue, 452
Science, technology and the human person, 462
Absolutizing nature and the person, 463
Products of biotechnology and the person, 480
Population changes, the environment and the person, 483
Water and poor people, 484
Peace and the human person, 494, 495
People in the armed forces, 502
The military and rights of the person, 503
Conflict and good of the human person, 504
Principle of humanity and value of the person, 505
Terrorism and people, 513
The Church, the person and peace, 516
Anthropology and dignity of every person, 522
Social problems and the human person, 527
Ecumenical cooperation and human persons, 535
Christians and defence of the human person, 538
Social pastoral activity and consecrated persons, 540
Prudence and the person, 548, 548*
Ecclesial communion, associations and people, 549
The emergence of the laity and service to the human person, 552
Right to life and rights of the person, 553
Good of the person and religious freedom, 553
Faith, daily life and the human person, 554
The person and culture, 556, 557, 558, 559
The right of persons and free and open schools, 557
The laity, people and the media, 560, 561, 562
Magisterium, the person and the economy, 563
The economy and poverty of people, 564
Christians, politics and the human person, 566
Marriage and persons of different sex, 569
Respect for life and rights of the person, 571
Christians, political projects and the spiritual end of the person, 573
Personal choices and public life, 574
The life and death of people and progress, 575
The Church, the person and fundamental goodness, 578
Personal behaviour and social growth, 580
Development of the person and social growth, 581
Society, the person and love within social life, 582

PLURALISM

Today's humanity and gestures of pluralism, 16
The common good and social pluralism, 151
Pluralistic articulation of society, 187
Work and plurality of labour activities, 314
Plurality of decision-making centres, 356
Pluralism and the sphere of information, 414
Social pluralism and democracy, 417
Pluralistic society, autonomy of the State and communication, 572
Ethical nature and legitimate pluralism, 572

POLICY

Private property and economic policies, 176
Families and family policies, 247
Economic policies and employment, 288
Policies and agrarian reform, 300
Merger policies, 344
Communication policies, 416
Countries and trade policies, 476
Population control policies and global development, 483

POLITICAL COMMUNITY (see also COMMUNITY)

The Church and the political community, 50, 424, 425, 427
Gaudium et Spes
and the political community, 96
Social charity and politics and the political community, 208
Public spending and the political community, 355
Solidarity and national political communities, 367
The political community and human nature, 384
The political community and the people, 385
The political community and human rights, 388, 389
The political community and community relations, 392
The political community, authority and the moral order, 394
The political community and democratic participation, 414
The political community and civil society, 417, 418, 419
Relations between political communities, 433
The political community and international law, 434
Conflicts, political communities and war, 438
The world community and the political community, 441
Cooperation between political communities, 446
Peace and the political community, 495
The Christian community and the political community, 534
Moral truth and the political community, 571

POLITICS - POLITICAL - POLITICIANS (see also POLITICAL COMMUNITY)

Salvation and the world of politics, 1
Covenant and political life of Israel, 24
The original rupture and political life, 27
The commandment of love and political life, 33
The political phenomenon of interdependence, 33
Human commitment and political life, 40
The human person and political structures, 48
The Church, the political community and political systems, 50
The Kingdom of God and political organization, 51
Politics and the economy of salvation, 62
The Church, evangelisation and politics, 70
Faith and socio-political realities, 86
Gaudium et Spes
and the political community, 96
Centesimus Annus
and political organization, 103
Permanent principles and politics, 161
The common good and political authority, 168
Indigenous peoples and political life, 180
Love and political attention to poverty, 184
Subsidiarity and political realities of a country, 187
Political life of civil community, 189
Changing political leaders, 189
Disaffection for things connected with political life, 191
Social charity and politics, 207, 208
Families and political life, 246, 247
Political action and values of the family, 252, 254
Business owners and political stability, 354
The political community and public spending, 355
Intergenerational solidarity and political communities, 367
Politics and the operative worldwide dimension, 372
Political interdependence, 373
Political authority and a calm life of tranquillity, 381
The human person and political coexistence, 384, 388, 391
The political community and a people, 385
Human rights and the political community, 388
The political community and the common good, 389, 407
Political coexistence and civil friendship, 390, 392
Political society and the value of community, 392
Political authority and civil society, 393, 394
Political authority and moral order, 394
Political authority and a people, 395, 408
Christians, truth and political action, 407
The common good and political authority, 409
Political corruption, 411
Political parties and participation, 413
Political participation and referendum, 413
Participation and the political community, 414
The political community and civil society, 417, 418, 419
Religious freedom and political prudence, 422
The Church and the political community, 424, 425, 427
Political authority and the international community, 441
International politics, peace and development, 442
Political life, underdevelopment and poverty, 447
Use of the environment and political choices, 483
Peace, a value of the entire political community, 495
Pope Leo XIII and the political realities of his time, 521
Christian anthropology and the realities of politics, 522
The laity, formation and political commitment, 531
Dialogue, Christian communities and politics, 534
The priest, the faithful and political life, 539
Political prudence, 548*
The laity, service and political life, 551, 565
The laity and political culture inspired by the Gospel, 555
The laity, culture and political action, 556
Politicians and rethinking the economy, 564
Moral qualification of political life, 566
The laity and the exercise of political power, 567
Political commitment of Catholics and autonomy of the State, 571
Autonomy of the State and the political relevance of faith, 572
The laity and choice of political instruments, 573
Solidarity and political organization, 580
Christian love, political charity, 581

POLLUTION - POLLUTED

The environment and factors of pollution, 465
The poor and polluted suburbs, 561

POLYGAMY

Polygamy and God's original plan, 217
Polygamy and the dignity of man and woman, 217

PONTIFICAL COUNCIL FOR JUSTICE AND PEACE

The Compendium and the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, 7
Pacem in Terris
and Pontifical Commission for Justice and Peace, 95

POOR (see also POVERTY)

People of the Covenant and rights of the poor, 23
Jesus and glad tidings to the poor, 28
God's liberating mercy and the poor, 29
Mary and preferential love for the poor, 59
Social doctrine, denunciation and rights of the poor, 81
Rerum Novarum
and dignity of the poor, 89
The Church and the poor as brothers and sisters, 105, 184
Social doctrine and the privilege of the poor, 158
Universal destination of goods and the poor, 182
Preferential love for the poor, 182, 449
Jesus, the poor and Christian responsibility, 183
Works of mercy and alms to the poor, 184
The family and solidarity with the poor, 246
Sabbath rest and defence of the poor, 258
Work and concern for the poor, 265
Rerum Novarum
and rights of the poor, 268
Immigration, rich countries and poor countries, 297
Purchasing power, solidarity and the poor, 359
International trade system and poor countries, 364
Globalisation, cultural diversity and the poor, 366
Kingship and justice for the poor, 378
Communication and being information poor, 416, 561
International cooperation and poor countries, 448
Development and the debt crisis of poor countries, 450
The poor and polluted suburbs of cities, 483
Poor countries and demographic changes, 483
The democratic system, discernment and the poor, 569

POPULATION - PEOPLE

International financial institutions and the world's population, 371
Foreign debt and the people of poor countries, 450
Biotechnology and populations of developing countries, 476
Aging of the population, 483
International humanitarian law and civilian population, 505
Sanctions and entire populations, 507

POPULATION GROWTH

Pope John XXIII and population growth, 94
Octogesima Adveniens
and population growth, 100
Population growth and morality, 234
Population growth and the environment, 483

POVERTY - IMPOVERISHMENT (see also POOR, MISERY, SUFFERING)

Love and old and new forms of poverty, 5
The sabbatical year and economic poverty, 24
Enjoying created things and poverty of spirit, 44
Charity, justice and the problem of poverty, 184
Charity and the situation of poverty in one's neighbour, 208
Work, an instrument against poverty, 257
Sundays and those in poverty, 285
The Old Testament, goods and poverty, 323
Poverty before God, a moral value, 324
The Kingdom of God and solutions to poverty, 325
Jesus, economic goods and poverty, 325
Fathers of the Church, economic goods and poverty, 329
Wealth, solidarity and poverty, 332
Globalisation and growth of poverty, 362
Rich countries, inequalities and poverty, 374
Rich countries and frontiers of poverty, 374
The international market and countries suffering from poverty, 447
Causes of poverty, 447
The new millennium and poverty, 449
Biotechnology and problems of poverty, 474
Destination of goods, the environment and poverty, 482
Habitat, the environment and poverty, 482
Water and people living in poverty, 484
Bellicose conflicts and situations of poverty, 498
Ecumenical cooperation and poverty, 535
Consecrated persons and poverty, 540
Culture and the impoverishment of humanity, 556
Poverty and cultural deprivation, 557
Rethinking the economy and poverty, 564
The laity, political commitment and poverty, 565

POWER

Structures of sin and thirst for power, 119
Man, inadmissibility of reducing status and power systems, 131
Man, power, good and evil, 136
Source of human rights and public powers, 153
The common good and powers of the State, 166
Democratic government, the people and power, 190
Power and the natural right to marriage, 216
God and the power given to man, 255
Intermediate bodies and public powers, 281
New discoveries and small numbers of powerful groups, 283
Unions and the struggle for political power, 307
Unions and power, 307
Economic laws and human power, 330
Consumers and purchasing power, 358, 376
Purchasing power and moral demands, 359
Kingly power, a gift of Yahweh, 377
Jesus and power, 379
Christians and power, 380, 382
The sovereignty of God and the exercise of power, 383
Moral order, authority and power to impose obligations, 396
The State and the power to inflict punishment, 402
Legislative, executive and judicial power, 402
Judicial power and independence, 402
Democracy and power of the State, 406, 407
Principle of the division of powers and the State, 408
Power put into practice as service, 410
Financial powers and information, 414
Universal authority with effective power, 441
The laity and the exercise of political power, 531, 567
Secret organizations and the exercise of power, 567
Social magisterium and political power, 571

PRAYER

Jesus prays to the Father, 34
Divorced who are remarried and prayer, 226
Human work, love and prayer, 266
Christians and public example of prayer, 286
Prayer for rulers, 381
Creation and the prayer of Israel, 452
Reconciliation and the prayer of Jesus, 519
Prayer for peace and the Eucharist, 519*
World Day of Peace and prayer, 520
Religions and the meetings for prayer in Assisi, 537
Social pastoral activity, men and women religious and prayer, 540
The lay faithful and personal prayer, 546
Ecclesial associations and prayer, 550

PRIEST

The Compendium and pastoral service of priests, 11
Social doctrine, community and priests, 79
Social doctrine, the laity and priests, 83
Mit Brennender Sorge
, priests and resistance, 92
Social doctrine and priestly formation, 533
Social doctrine and priestly ministry, 539
The laity and Christ's priestly dignity, 541
The lay person as priest, starting with the sacraments, 542

PRESENCE (see also CLOSE)

Exodus and God's presence, 21
God's presence and human identity, 45

PRINCIPLE (see also PRINCIPLES OF REFLECTION)

Principles and solutions to problems, 9
The sabbatical year and the jubilee year, principle, 24
Principles of justice and solidarity, 25
Principle of creation, 26
Principle of religious freedom, 50
Unchangeable principles of natural law, 53
The Church, moral principles and social order, 71
Firmness of principles and social doctrine, 85
The labour question and doctrinal principles, 89
Principle of cooperation and class struggle, 89, 268
Rerum Novarum
, principles and social encyclicals, 90
Quadragesimo Anno
and principles, 91
Principle of solidarity, 103, 194*, 580
Christian community and fundamental principles, 104
Principle of the dignity of the human person, 107
Soul, principle of unity of the human being, 127
Human dignity, principle and neighbour, 132
Natural law and common principles, 141
Civil law and principles of natural law, 142
Society, people and the principle of unity, 149
Universality and indivisibility of rights, principles, 154
International law, principle of respect and States, 157
Permanent principles of social doctrine, 160
General character and foundation of principles, 161
Unity, connection of principles, 162
Principle and truth of society, 163
Moral requirements and principles, 163
Principle of the common good, 164
Principle of the universal destination of goods, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 177, 179, 182, 449
Principle of the common use of goods, 172
Principle of subsidiarity, 186, 187, 188, 449
Principle of solidarity, 193, 194*, 195, 449
Relation between principles and values, 197
The State, the family and the principle of subsidiarity, 214, 252
Fundamental principle of wisdom, 257
Workers, general principle and merchandise, 259
The industrial revolution and principles, 267
Principle of superiority, work and production, 276
Principle of priority, labour and capital, 277
Principle, work and primary efficient cause, 277
Principle of maximum profit, 279
Property and principle of destination of goods, 282, 283
Principle of economizing, 346
The market and the principle of legitimisation, 348
The State and the principles of subsidiarity and of solidarity, 351
The State and the redistributive principle, 353
Principle of subsidiarity and initiative, 354, 418
Principles, public spending and the common good, 355
Principle of subsidiarity and organizations, 357
Planning and the principle of destination of goods, 367
Principle of destination of goods and generations, 367
Principle of fraternity and civil friendship, 390
Scepticism and principle of moral law, 397
Resisting authority and principles of law, 400
Passive resistance and moral principles, 401
Principle of presumption of innocence, 404
Principle of the division of powers and the State, 408
Principle of the State ruled by law, 408
Political corruption and principles of morality, 411
Moral principles and social communications, 416
The common good, democracy and principles, 417
Civil society and the principle of subsidiarity, 419
Principle of the subjectivity of society, 420
Principles and the international community, 433
Principle and legal systems, 437
Universal principles and the right of States, 437
Principle of the unity of the human race, 437
Principle of the equality of every people, 437
Principle of the rejection of war, 437
Principle of cooperating for the common good, 437
Principle of being faithful to agreements, 437
Law and the principle of mutual trust, 439
International authority and the principle of subsidiarity, 441
Principles and the right to development, 446
Principle of the exploitation of resources, 447
Principle that debt incurred must be repaid, 450
Love, the principle of a new life, 455
Scientific research and principles, 458
Principle of precaution, 469
Profit, the common good and principles, 478
Principle of destination of goods and the environment, 482
Principle of destination of goods and water, 484
Armed forces, orders received and universal principles, 503
Conscientious objectors, principle and military service, 503
Principle of humanity and humanitarian principles, 505
Principle of national sovereignty and victims, 506
Principle of equality of States and victims, 506
Principle of sufficiency of arms, 508
Principle of non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, 509
Terrorists and principles of a State ruled by law, 514
Principle of universal jurisdiction, 518
The Gospel and the principle of interpretation of realities, 526
Action and the principle of the centrality of man, 527
Prudence and moral principles, 547
The laity, principle of the magisterium and the economy, 563
The economy and the principle of the centrality of the person, 563
Principle of subsidiarity and the laity, 565
The laity and principles of social life, 568
Legislative and political choices and Christian principles, 570
The principle of autonomy of the State, 572
Moral principles and the prosperity of States, 577
Principle of solidarity and charity, 580

PRINCIPLES OF REFLECTION

Social doctrine and principles of reflection, 7
The Compendium and principles of reflection, 11
Social doctrine, constant in its principles of reflection, 85
Political choices and principles of reflection, 574

PRISON - EX-CONVICTS

Jesus and visiting those in prison, 57
Unemployment and ex-convicts, 289
The dignity of detained persons and prisons, 403
Prison chaplains, 403

PROCLAIM THE GOSPEL (see also EVANGELIZE)

The Church and the right to proclaim the Gospel in society, 70, 71

PROCLAMATION

The Church and the proclamation of the Gospel, 2, 3, 63, 49, 50, 62, 383, 431, 524, 576
Prophets and proclamation, 25, 430
Jesus and proclamation, 28, 29
Mankind and the proclamation of the Gospel, 62
Social doctrine and proclamation, 63, 67, 91, 83
Competence of the Church and proclamation, 68
The Church and the proclamation of moral principles, 71
Sacred Scripture, proclamation and the human person, 108
The Church, proclamation and the full truth about man, 125
Pastoral commitment and the proclamation of human rights, 159
Christian spouses, proclamation and marriage, 220
Proclamation and the truth of love, 223
Proclamation and the Gospel of life, 231
The Industrial Revolution and proclamation, 267
Proclamation, the Old Testament and the Gospels, 378
God, proclamation and peace, 400
Disciples and the proclamation of peace, 492
Peace and the proclamation of the Gospel, 493
Proclamation of the Church's social doctrine, 523
Proclamation and the power of the Holy Spirit, 525
Proclamation of the Gospel and social pastoral activity, 526
The People of God and the proclamation of the Gospel, 538
The laity and the proclamation of the Gospel, 543
The Gospel, proclamation and the freedom of the children of God, 576

PROCREATION

Unity of the two and the work of procreation, 147, 209
The State, the family and the procreative function, 214
Marriage and procreation, 218
De facto
unions, marriage and procreation, 227
Acceptance of life and the task of procreation, 230
Procreation and solidarity between generations, 230
Methods of responsible procreation, 233
Techniques of reproduction and the act of procreation, 235
Cloning and the dignity of procreation, 236
Spiritual dimension of procreation, 237

PRODUCTION - PRODUCT - PRODUCTIVITY

Forms of production, man and solidarity, 47
Proclaiming the Gospel in society and production, 70
Wealth and the process of production, 174
Owners, goods and activity of production, 178
Gender identity as a product of culture, 224
Production purposes and human cloning, 236
The home, a place of production, 248
Families and networks of production, 248
The Sabbath, rest and production, 258
Labour and the organization of production, 271
Workers as instruments of production, 271
Labour and factors of production, 276
Capital, means of production and businesses, 276, 277
Labour, capital and processes of production, 277, 306
Labour, capital and factors of production, 277
Development of the person and productivity, 278
Profit in production and wages, 279
Productivity and exploitation of workers, 279
New forms of work, knowledge and means of production, 281
Means of production and work, 282
Economic productivity, rest and divine worship, 286
The State and the world of production, 291
The third sector and produced goods, 293
Unproductive latifundium and development, 300
Workers, processes of production and health, 301
Economic well-being and produced goods, 303
Unions, owners and means of production, 305
Associations and the production of wealth, 309
Globalisation and forms of production, 310, 321
Work and fragmentation of the cycle of production, 311
The economy and the organization of production, 313
Developing countries and models of production, 314
Decentralization of production and businesses, 315
The informal economy and levels of productivity, 316
Interpretations and activity of production, 318
The economy and production of material goods, 331, 333
Efficiency and production of goods, 332
Capitalism and means of production, 335
Productive effort and needs, 337
Businesses and production of goods and useful services, 338
Companies, profit and factors of production, 340
Business owners and means of production, 344
Business owners, investments and sectors of production, 345
Resources, production and consumption, 346
The market and production of goods and services, 347
Economic freedom and man as producer, 350
The State, participation and activity of production, 354
Productive efficiency and solidarity, 357
Investment choices and sectors of production, 358
Consumers, producers and products, 359
Disparities between countries and technological products, 363
Trade and specialization in production, 364
International trade, products and poor countries, 364
Financial markets and activity of production, 368
Rich countries and mechanisms of production, 374
Production of merchandise and cultural systems, 375
The work of education and processes of production, 376
Formation and responsibility of producers, 376
Products and the media, 416
Products of human intelligence and the power of God, 457
Technology and the production of plants, 458
Production and respect for life, 465
Innovations, the environment and production, 470
Development and exchange of produced goods, 475
Directors, production and biotechnology, 478
Information and products of biotechnology, 480
Agricultural production and the order of creation, 486
Principle of sufficiency, arms production, 508, 509, 510, 511
Productivity and human fulfilment, 544
Truth as product and the majority, 569

PROFESSION - PROFESSIONAL - PROFESSIONALITY

Rerum Novarum and professional associations, 89
Divini Redemptoris
and professional bodies, 92
Professional and interprofessional groups, 92
Pope Pius XII and professional categories, 93
Social life and professional responsibility, 134
Social pluralism and professional institutions, 151
Professional associations, 185
The family, work and professional choices, 249
Professional fulfilment and young people, 289
Employment and professional capacity, 290
The family and professional organizations, 294
Women and professional formation, 295
Unions, workers and professions, 305
Workers and professional updating, 308
Work, persons and profession, 311
Technological innovations and professions, 313
Progress and responsibility of professionals, 376
Professionality of the Christian community, 529
Conscientious objection and professional damage, 537
The laity and professional commitment, 543
The laity and professional formation, 546
Mission and the professional environment, 550
Media professionals, 562

PROFIT

Structures of sin and profit, 119
Businesses and principle of maximum profit, 279
Organization of work and profit, 311
Companies and the proper function of profit, 340
Profit and dignity of the person, 340
Quest for equitable profit and usury, 341
Competitive markets and profit, 347
Globalisation and opportunities for profit, 361
The media and profit, 416
The economy, the environment and profit, 470
Biotechnology and legitimate profit, 478

PROGRESS

Progress and the good of humanity, 6
Presence of evil, of death and progress, 14
Intraworldly ideology of progress, 48
Earthly progress and growth of the Kingdom, 55
The Commission “Iustitia et Pax” and progress, 99
Sollicitudo Rei Socialis
, progress and development, 102
The temporal order and spiritual progress, 104
The social order, progress and the person, 132
The person, alleged progress and civil community, 133
Natural law, ideas and progress, 141
Peoples and progress of the international community, 145
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
and progress, 152
Religious freedom and human progress, 155
Universal destination of goods and progress, 175
New goods and economic progress, 179
Interdependence and progress in information technology, 192
Globalisation, source of progress, 279
New discoveries and social progress, 283
Material progress and service to man, 326
Progress, salvation and sanctification, 326
Participation and progress of a country, 333
Cooperative enterprises and progress of the market, 339
Globalisation and technological progress, 362
Redistribution of wealth and progress, 363
Work of education and progress, 376
Struggle, war and progress, 438
Empire of the law and progress, 439
The Church, civil authorities and progress, 445
Foreign debt and rights of peoples to progress, 450
Human genius and progress in the sciences, 456, 457
The Catholic Church and progress, 457
Technology and human progress, 458
Science, progress and transcendence, 462
Life and death and scientific progress, 575

PROMOTION

Ecumenism and promotion of justice, 12
Evangelisation and promotion of justice, 60
Social doctrine and human promotion, 84
Letter of Cardinal Roy and promotion of peace, 95
Institutions and promotion of the person, 131
Rights and promotion of the person, 154
The Church and promotion of human rights, 159
The common good and promotion of the person, 166
Destination of goods and promotion of the world, 175
Subsidiarity and promotion of society, 186
Subsidiarity and promotion of the family, 188
Stability and promotion of the family, 225
Promotion of the culture of life, 231
Promotion of family life, 252
Promotion of family rights, 253
New discoveries and promotion of progress, 283
Work and promotion of social justice, 292
Promotion of the right to work, 293
Work and promotion of women, 295
The economy and promotion of development, 332
Businesses and promotion of the common good, 354
The State and promotion of subsidiary subjects, 357
International economy and human promotion, 373
The political community and promotion of rights, 388, 389
Solidarity and promotion of the person, 391
Democracy and promotion of the person, 406
The Church and promotion of religious freedom, 421
The Holy See and promotion of human dignity, 445
Trade and promotion of development, 475
Society and promotion of human rights, 494
Responsibility and promotion of peace, 495
The Church and promotion of peace, 516
Pastoral activity in society and human promotion, 524
Ecumenism and promotion of peace, 535
The laity and promotion of human dignity, 552
Promotion of human dignity and life, 553
Promotion of culture, 560
The laity and promotion of dialogue and of peace, 565
Democracy and promotion of the family, 569
The faithful and promotion of the person, 571

PROPERTY (see also OWNERSHIP)

The sabbatical year and questions of property, 24
Rerum Novarum
and right to property, 89
Quadragesimo Anno
and value of property, 172, 177, 282, 347*
Work and individual property, 176, 287
Right to private property, 177
Property and social function of possession, 178
Individual property and community property, 180
Preferential option for the poor and property, 182
Family wage and family property, 250
Sabbath rest and rights to property, 258
Rerum Novarum
and rights to property, 268
Institution of private property, 282
Private and public property, 283
Agrarian reform and title to property, 300
Work, globalization and property, 310
The market economy, capitalism and property, 335
The State and guarantees of property, 352

PROSTITUTION

Human rights and prostitution, 158
Infidelity of God's people and prostitution, 219*

PROTECT - PROTECTION - UNPROTECTED (see also DEFENCE, SAFEGUARD)

Workers' rights and unprotected workers, 301
Unions and categories of workers needing protection, 308
Social security and protected workers, 309
Consumers, products and protecting the environment, 359
Financial institutions and protecting the system, 369
Criminal punishment and protecting the common good, 402
Creation and the task of protection, 451
Protecting the environment as a collective good, 466

PROTECTIONISM

International trade and protectionistic policies, 364

PROVIDENCE

God's providence concerning his children, 35
Human action and God's providential action, 266
Rulers, ministers of God's providence, 383

PUBLIC - see GENERAL PUBLIC

QUESTION

Question of the place of man in the Church, 14
The industrial revolution and the social question, 88
The industrial revolution and the labour question, 88, 267
Rerum Novarum
and the social question, 89, 269
Rerum Novarum
and the labour question, 89, 90
Pope Pius XI, society and questions in need of answers, 91
Pope John XXIII and the social question, 94
Work, key to the entire social question, 101, 269
Pope Paul VI and the social question, 103
Principles and the question of living in society, 163
Love for the poor and the social question, 182
Social justice and the social question, 201
Love and the social question, 204
Poverty and the worldwide social question, 208
Question and social relevance of cloning, 236
Goods and questions concerning new technologies, 283
Question of work and unemployment, 287
Women and the question of the right to work, 295
Nations and the question of minorities, 387
Poverty, question and Christian conscience, 449
Question of the use of new technologies, 472
Question of water and moral criteria, 484
The ecological question and worldwide solidarity, 486
Question of truth and culture, 558
Question of development and human dignity, 563
The question of culture and moral sense, 577
The social question, Christ and the Gospel, 577

RACE - RACISM

Equality between people and their race, 144
New life in Christ and racial differences, 431
Racism and racial discrimination, 433
Culture without racial discrimination, 557

REARING CHILDREN (see also EDUCATE)

Human rights and the right to have and rear children, 155

REASON

The why of things and human reason, 15
New horizons closed to human reasoning, 34
Social doctrine, faith and human reason, 74, 75
Social doctrine, philosophy and reason, 77
Man, spiritual faculties and reason, 114
Man and bonds of reason and of will, 127
Natural law and reason, 140
Human rights, human dignity and reason, 153
Principles of social doctrine, reason and faith, 160
God's plan of marriage and reason, 217
Relation between the economy, morality and reason, 330
Just laws and dictates of right reason, 398
Relations between peoples, law and reason, 433
Prudence, virtue of practical reason, 548

RECONCILIATION

Social doctrine and a reconciled society, 82
The Gospel, message of reconciliation, 87
Jesus Christ, God and man reconciled, 121, 491, 493
Solidarity and reconciliation, 196
Reconciliation and divorced who are remarried, 226
Sin and reconciliation, 327
The guilty and justice that reconciles, 403
God and the reconciliation of man and of the world, 454
Peace and reconciliation, 492, 517
Reconciliation, justice and truth, 518
Reconciliation and social commitment, 539

RECOURSE TO ARMS (see also STRUGGLE, FIGHT, EFFORT TO DESTROY, BATTLE)

Right to resistance and recourse to arms, 401

REFORM

Public leaders and reform, 197
Reform of society and the task of education, 198*
Policies of agrarian reform, 300

REFUGEES

Refugees, victims of war, 505
The Church, pastoral presence and refugees, 505
Refugees and human rights, 505

REGIME

Quadragesimo Anno and totalitarian regimes, 91
Pope Pius XI and totalitarian regimes, 92
Religious freedom and progress in any regime, 155
Private property and concrete forms of regimes, 177
Countries and totalitarian or dictatorial regimes, 191
Values and political regimes, 386
A people, rulers and political regime, 395

RELIGION - RELIGIOUS (see also MEN AND WOMEN RELIGIOUS)

The Compendium and other religions, 12
Religions and willingness to dialogue, 12
Civilization, cultures and forms of religion, 14
Religion, politics and Christianity, 50
Fathers of the Church and different religions, 53*
Social doctrine and religious traditions, 84
Pastoral commitment, human rights and religion, 159
Freedom to profess religious ideas, 200
The family, patrimony and religious community, 213
Relationship between work and religion, 266
Rest, free time and religious life, 284
Requirements of social usefulness and religion, 284
Globalisation, the poor and religious beliefs, 366
Minorities and religious convictions, 387
Freedom of religion and civil law, 422
The nation and religious communities, 423
The State and religious organizations, 423
The Church, freedom of association and religious purposes, 426
Religious persecution and the international order, 438
Elimination of religious groups and crimes, 506
Criminal responsibility, religions and terrorists, 514
Religions and terrorism, 515
The Church, cooperation and religions, 516
Social doctrine, dialogue and religions, 537
Religions and peace, 557
Autonomy of the State, truth and specific religions, 571
Autonomy of the State and religious confession, 572

RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY - see CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY

REMUNERATION (see also SALARY)

Remuneration for house work, 250
Workers and fair remuneration, 301
Contract, justice and remuneration, 302

RESOURCE (see also FINANCIAL RESOURCES)

Human poverty and economic resources, 5
Requirements of out time and resources, 10
Wealth, process of production and resources, 174
The person and the use of one's own resources, 179
The elderly, a resource for the family and for society, 222
The family nucleus, resource for life in society, 229
Work, the family and resources of solidarity, 249
Work in the objective sense, sum of resources, 270
Significance of capital and financial resources, 276
Labour, capital and man as resource, 278
New technologies, resources, 283
Immigration, a resource for development, 297
Economic efficiency and resources, 332
Entrepreneurship and man as resource, 337
The economy and utilization of resources, 346
Destination of goods and utilization of resources, 346*
The market, instrument for utilizing resources, 347
The market and conservation of resources, 347
Public spending and public resources, 355
Consumers and financial resources, 358
Technological progress and financial resources, 363
International trade, development and resources, 364
Globalisation, civil society and resources, 366
Resources of the earth and safeguarding creation, 367
The global market and availability of resources, 368
International economy, development and resources, 373
Civil society, sum of resources, 417
The United Nations and resources of the earth, 438
Poor countries and exploitation of resources, 447
The environment and exploitation of resources, 461, 462
The environment as a human resource, 465
Economic programming and resources, 470
Indigenous peoples, land and resources, 471
Ecology and hoarding resources, 481
Sustainable use of the environment and resources, 483
Terrorism and financial resources, 513
Pastoral activity in society and believers as a resource, 527
Social doctrine, a resource of formation, 528

RESPONSIBLE - RESPONSIBILITY

One sole destiny, humanity and joint responsibility, 6
Responsibility of the Pontifical Council, 7
Responsibility of Episcopal Conferences, 8
Truth of man and responsibility, 16
Christian salvation and responsibility, 40
Social doctrine, the Church and responsibility, 69
The Gospel, believers and responsibility, 70
Man, social doctrine and responsibility, 81
Ecclesial community and responsibility, 83
Social doctrine, the laity and responsibility, 83
Quadragesimo Anno
and responsibility, 91
Man and woman, creatures and responsibility, 113
Sin and social responsibility, 117
Political responsibilities and conduct, 134
Man, freedom and responsibility, 135, 138, 200
Responsibility and truth concerning good and evil, 139
Social pluralism and sense of responsibility, 151
Rights and corresponding responsibility, 156
Rights and responsibility for the common good, 158
Principles and fully shared responsibility, 163
The common good and responsibility, 167, 168, 169
Private property and the exercise of responsibilities, 176
Option for the poor and responsibility, 182, 183
Principle of subsidiarity and responsibility, 186
Participation and exercise of responsibility, 189
Public life and shared responsibility, 189
Values and responsibility for one's actions, 205
The family and social responsibility, 213, 214, 258
The elderly and responsibility, 222
Responsibility of protecting the family, 225
Responsible parenthood, 232
Parents as educators and responsibility, 240
The family, responsibility and education, 242
Responsibility and sexual education, 243
The family, family policies and responsibility, 247
Responsibility of the husband and father, 251
Man, living beings and responsibility, 255
Responsibility of indirect employers, 288
Employment and responsibility of the State, 291
Worker associations and responsibility, 309
Independent work and responsibility, 315
Work and responsibility of men and women of culture, 320
Capitalism and responsibility, 335
Businesses and specific responsibilities, 338
Cooperative enterprises and responsibility, 339
Economic scenarios, businesses and responsibility, 342
Business competition and responsibility, 343
Responsibility of businesses, 344
Principle of economizing and responsibility, 346
The market and public responsibility, 348
Economic policies and responsibility, 354
The State, private organizations and responsibility, 357
Purchasing power and social responsibility, 359
Solidarity between generations and responsibility, 367
Globalisation, politics and responsibility, 372
Technological progress and new responsibilities, 376
A people, the person and responsibility, 385
Conscientious objection and responsibility, 399
Establishing criminal responsibility, 404
Democracy and structures of shared responsibility, 406
Political responsibilities and representation, 410
Political parties and public responsibilities, 413
Foreign debt and responsibility, 450
The world and a responsible guide for mankind, 451
Science, technology and responsibility, 457
Ecocentrism and human responsibility, 463
Human responsibility and the environment, 465, 466
Responsibility, the environment and future generations, 467
Responsibility, the environment and the juridical level, 468
Interventions in nature and responsibility, 473
Biotechnology and responsibility, 476
Biotechnology and responsibility of politicians, 479
Water and responsibility of public agencies, 485
Peace and responsibility for its promotion, 495
Collective responsibility to avoid war, 498
Responsibility of the attacked State and defence, 500
The Security Council, responsibility and peace, 501
Arms of destruction and responsibility, 509
Disarmament, States and responsibility, 510
Terrorism, the guilty and criminal responsibility, 514
The bishop, responsible for evangelisation, 539
The laity and social responsibility, 543
Prudence and sense of responsibility, 548
The media and responsibility, 562
Political life and tasks of responsibility, 566
Charity and those who are responsible for the good of peoples, 581

REST (see also FALLOW)

Work and the commandment of Sabbath rest, 258
Jesus, the Sabbath and the significance of rest, 261
Rest from work is a right, 284
Those who cannot rest from work because of poverty, 285
Public authorities and time for rest, 286
Dignity of workers and the right to rest from work, 301

REVOLUTION

The industrial revolution and the labour question, 88
The social question and the industrial revolution, 94
The industrial revolution, a challenge for the Church, 267
The industrial revolution and new forms of work, 311
The French revolution and Christian ideas, 390*

RICH - RICHES - see WEALTH

RIGHT

People of the Covenant and the right of the poor, 23
Right of the Church and social doctrine, 69
Right of the Church, teacher of truth, 70
Right of the Church and proclaiming the Gospel in society, 70
Right and duty of the Church to proclaim the Gospel, 71
Rerum Novarum
and the right to property, 89, 268
Dignitatis Humanae
and the right to religious freedom, 97
Social sin and the right to life, 118
Human rights and respect of every right, 154
Right to life, 155, 553
Right to live in a united family, 155
Right to develop intelligence and freedom, 155
Right to share in work, 155
Right to establish a family, 155
Right to have and rear children, 155
Right to religious freedom, 155, 553
Right to self-determination, 157
Right to independence, 157
Right for a nation to exist, 157
Right of a nation to its language and culture, 157
Right of a nation to its traditions, 157
Right of a nation to its own future, 157
The common good, right and social life, 167
Right to use goods and the exercise of this right, 173
Right to private property, 177
Right to participate in public life, 191
Right to exercise freedom, 199
Power and the natural right to marriage, 216
Homosexual persons and the right to marriage, 228
Christian families, the State and the right to life, 231
Abortion is not a right, 233
Right of the married couple, births and number of children, 234
Desire to become mother and the right to children, 235
The family and right to assistance, 237
Right of parents to educate their children, 239
Right of parents to instruments for formation, 240
Right of parents and educational institutions, 241
Right of the child to be born in a family, 244
Right of the family to form associations, 247
Right to possess the fruits of work, 249
Work, family and the right to property, 250
Right to private property, 282
Holiday rest is a right, 284
Work is a fundamental right, 287
Right to work and full employment, 288
Duty of the State and the right to work, 291
Right to work and cooperation between States, 292
Right to work and civil society, 293
Work, the formation of family life and a natural right, 294
Women's right to work, 295
The right to keep the family together, 298
Right to a just wage, 301
Right to rest, 301
Right to a healthy work environment, 301
Right to safeguard one's personality, 301
Right to assistance for the unemployed, 301
Right to a pension, 301
Right to insurance, 301
Right to provisions connected with maternity, 301
Right to gather in associations, 301
Right to form associations, 305
Associations and the right to work, 309
Right to participate in economic life, 333
Right to economic initiative, 336
The State, right and monopolies, 351
Right to freedom of economic initiative, 354
Right to food, 365
Right to drinking water, 365
Right to self-determination and independence, 365
Temporal power and right, 379
Minorities and the right to exist, 387
Minorities and the right to culture, 387
The people's right to evaluate those who govern, 395
Conscientious objection, a human right, 399
Right to resistance, 400, 401
Authority and the right to inflict punishment, 402
Right of those under investigation to confidentiality, 404
Right to objectivity, information and values, 414, 415
The common good and the right of citizens, 417
Right to freedom in religious matters, 421
The Church and the right to juridical recognition, 426
The right of nations and international law, 437
Organizations and the right to participate, 442
The Holy See and the right to delegation, 444
Papal legates and the innate right of Popes, 445
Right to development, 446
Poor countries and the right to development, 450
Right of peoples, subsistence and progress, 450
Right to a healthy and safe environment, 468
Right to water, 484, 485
Right of the attacked State to defend itself, 500, 501
The right to use force and humanitarian law, 504
Right to defend oneself from terrorism, 514
Right to peace, 518
Social doctrine, right and active subjects, 539
Right to a human and civil culture, 557
Moral truths and right to a community, 571

RIGHTS

The Church and contempt for human rights, 5
The Ten Commandments and rights, 22
Social doctrine, man and human rights, 61, 81
The Church, moral principles and rights, 71
Unrecognized rights of the poor and the weak, 81
Pacem in Terris
, the Church and rights, 95
Social sins and rights, 118
Transcendence of the person and rights, 133
Natural Moral law and rights, 140
The handicapped, endowed with rights, 148
Socialization and rights of the person, 151
Human dignity and the proclamation of rights, 152
Roots of rights and the human being, 153
Rights: universal, inviolable and inalienable, 153
Human rights, defended as a whole, 154
The Magisterium and the specification of rights, 155
Complementarity between rights and duties, 156
Rights of peoples and of nations, 157
Human rights and violations, 158
The mission of the Church and human rights, 159
The common good and fundamental rights, 166
The destination of goods and rights, 172
Private property, freedom and rights, 176
Subsidiarity and equality of rights, 192
Faith, Christian solidarity and rights, 196
Justice and rights of the person, 202
Love, justice and respect of rights, 205
The family, endowed with its own rights, 211, 214
Family members and mutual rights, 215
Motherhood and rights of the unborn child, 235
The State, monopoly in education and rights, 241
Rights of children, 244, 245
The State and rights of the family, 247
Society and rights of the family, 253
The family and rights of individuals, 254
Sabbatical rest and property rights, 258
Defence of workers' rights, 264
Revolution, the Church and human rights, 267
Rerum Novarum
and rights of the poor, 268
Work and human rights, 270
New technologies and respect of rights, 283
Sundays and rights of those in poverty, 285
Women's rights in the context of work, 295
Foreign labourers and rights, 298
Workers' rights, 301
Striking, peaceful method for fighting for one's rights, 304
Unions and the just rights of workers, 305, 306
Unions, power and workers' rights, 307
Social security and workers' rights, 309
Work and the globalization of minimum rights, 310
Innovations and workers' rights, 314
Historical forms and workers' rights, 319
International organizations and human rights, 336, 443
Businesses, profit and workers' rights, 340
Trade policies and rights, 364
Globalisation and defence of human rights, 365
New rights and elementary rights, 365
Minorities, groups with specific rights, 387
The political community and human rights, 388, 389
Life in society, friendship and rights, 390, 391
Conscientious objections and rights of the person, 399
Right to resistance and fundamental rights, 401
The State, repression and human rights, 402
Criminal responsibility and rights of the person, 404
Democracy and respect of human rights, 407
The third sector and rights of the person, 419
Religious freedom and rights of citizens, 422
The Church, the political community and rights, 425
The Church and the defence of rights of the person, 426
Nations and the renunciation of some rights, 435
The Second World War and rights of minorities, 438
Universal authority respect of rights, 441
Rights of present and future generations, 465
Rights of indigenous peoples, 471
Water and rights of human beings, 484, 485
Peace and promotion of human rights, 494
Unarmed prophets and human rights, 496
The military and violation of rights, 503
Principle of humanity, refugees and rights, 505
Rights of threatened groups, 506
The fight against terrorism and human rights, 514
International judicial bodies and rights, 518
Right to life, first among rights, 553
Human culture and cultural rights, 557
Believers and rights of citizens, 565
The political community, moral truths and rights, 571
Need for a sense and awareness of rights, 575
Charity and respect of the rights of others, 583

RULER (see also GOVERN)

Prayer for rulers, 381
Power and snares used by Satan to rule men, 382

RURAL - see AGRICULTURE

SAFEGUARD (see also DEFENCE, PROTECT)

Field of rights and safeguarded interests, 390
Religious freedom and safeguarding the rights of citizens, 422
Christian anthropology and safeguarding personal transcendence, 527

SALARY - WAGE - REMUNERATION

Rerum Novarum and salaried workers, 89, 268
Quadragesimo Anno
and salaries, 91, 302*
Family wage, 250
Workers' rights and salary, 264
Capital and hired workers, 277
Conflict between labour and capital and salary, 279
Just wage, legitimate fruit of work, 302
Salaried workers and social security, 309

SANCTIFICATION - SANCTIFY

Work, a means of sanctification, 263
The economy, progress and sanctification, 326
Priests and the mission to sanctify, 539
The laity, sanctified and sanctifiers, 545

SAVINGS - SAVER

Family wage and savings, 250
Consumer choices, savings and investment, 360, 486
Lifestyles and savings, 360, 486
Financial markets and savings, 368

SCHOOL

The family, first school of social life, 221, 238
The elderly, an important school of life, 222
Private schools and economic assistance, 241
Right to free and open schools, 557

SCIENCE

Autonomy of earthly realities and science, 45
Social doctrine and human sciences, 76, 78
Human beings and scientific programmes, 132
Scientific knowledge and man, 179
Solidarity and scientific knowledge, 195
Labour, capital and scientific progress, 279
Work and scientific analysis, 279
Work and the contribution of scientists, 318
Morality, the economy and the field of science, 331
Scientific knowledge and unemployment, 363
Christians and the development of science, 456
Positive results of science, 457
Science and environmental applications, 458
Scientific applications and man, 459
Scientific research and scientistic ideology, 462
The environment and new scientific capabilities, 465, 468
Risks and contradictory scientific data, 469
New forms of biotechnology and scientists, 472
Responsibility and the intervention of science, 473
Science and food supply, 477
Christianity and the pseudo-science of well-being, 523
Involvement of the laity in the field of science, 543
Catholic associations and medical science, 550
Culture and scientific research, 554
Economic sciences and the economy, 564
The laity, discernment and social sciences, 568
Discernment and scientific research, 569
Meaning of life and scientific progress, 575

SECURITY

Access to land and social security, 180
Property and security for the future, 181
Destabilization of marriage and security, 229
Systems of social security, 309, 314
Economic activity and security, 352
Punishment of crimes and people's security, 403
International security and common norms, 438
Universal authority and security, 441
Armed forces and the security of a country, 502

SELF-MANAGEMENT

Initiatives and forms of self-management, 293

SEX - SEXUALITY

Equality, irrespective of sex, 144
The handicapped and the sexual dimension, 148
Children and the responsible exercise of sexuality, 155
Love and its sexual expression, 223
Gender identity and sexual identity, 224
Truth about man and persons of the same sex, 228
The homosexual person and marriage, 228
Contraceptive methods and human sexuality, 233
Demographic questions and sexual morality, 234
Cloning, asexual reproduction, 236
Parents and the sexual education of children, 243
Children and sexual exploitation, 245
Culture and sexual discrimination, 557
Marriage between persons of the same sex, 569

SHARE - SHARING

God and forms of sharing, 24
Social doctrine and sharing, 75
Work of formation and shared participation of citizens, 191
Social life and forms of sharing, 196
The family and demonstrations of sharing, 246
The family and the logic of sharing, 248
Sharing and work, 261
Jesus and a social life of sharing, 325
People and the sharing of life and values, 386
Sharing, the exercise of power and service, 410
Sharing of resources and the international order, 438
The disciple of Christ and sharing, 453
Sharing of goods and ecology, 481-485
Sharing the riches of mind and talents, 495

SICK - SICKNESS (see also DISEASE)

New patterns of poverty and sickness, 5
Abandonment in sickness, 5
Christ: “I was sick and you visited me”, 57
The handicapped and the sick, 148
Concern for sick children, 244
The family and care for the sick, 246
Jesus and deeds to free people from sickness, 261
Sundays and care for sick people, 285
Workers and insurance for the sick, 301
Right to insurance for sickness, 301

SIN - SINNER

In Jesus Christ, God has freed us from sin, 17
The Ten Commandments and slavery to sin, 22
Creation and the first sin, 27, 115
Jesus, God's mercy and sinners, 29
The Son, victim of expiation for sins, 30
Human action and sin, 41, 42
The supernatural, the natural and sin, 64
Public relevance of the Gospel and sin, 71
Social doctrine, denunciation and sin, 81
Sin and alienation, 116
Personal and social sin, 117, 117*
Social sins, aggression against one's neighbour, 118
Sin and structures of sin, 119
Original sin and universality of sin, 120
Abysses of sin and hope, 121
Corporeal dimension, wounded of sin, 128
Human rights and dignity, wounded by sin, 153
Structures of sin and of solidarity, 193
Conjugal love and sin, 219*
Work, toil because of sin, 256
Jesus Christ, the visible world and sin, 262
Work and the disfigurement of sin, 263
Goodness of creation, sin and the Kingdom of God, 325
Development, sin and reconciliation, 327
The economy and structures of sin, 332
Kingly tradition and the sin of David, 378
Prayer for those who govern and sin, 381
Covenant, the first creation and sin, 429
Development and structures of sin, 446
Caring for creation and sin, 452
The world, sin and purification, 453
Jesus, the new world and sin, 454
Celebration of the Eucharist and sins of the world, 519*
Institutions and structures of sin, 566
God and man, redeemed from sin, 576
Christian commitment, hope and sin, 578

SLAVE - SLAVERY

Presence and liberation from slavery, 21, 451
The Ten Commandments and slavery to sin, 22
In Christ there is neither slave nor free, 53, 144
Hope and liberation from slavery, 56
Corporeal dimension, vigilance and slavery, 128
Moral law and man as a slave to himself, 137
Human rights and new forms of slavery, 158
Property and radical slavery, 181
Man, work and slavery, 295
Child labour and conditions of slavery, 296
The Kingdom of God and slavery, 325
Material goods and men as slaves, 334
The economy, equality and slavery, 352
The Holy Spirit and men as slaves, 381
Disciples of Christ, not slaves to things, 453
The Gospel and slavery to sin, 576

SOCIAL BODY

The social dimension, work and the social body, 273
The economy and intermediate social bodies, 346

SOCIAL COMMUNTY (see also COMMUNTY)

The common good and social communities, 61
Social charity and political and social communities, 208
Rural people and the social community, 299
Moral truths and the social community, 471

SOCIAL DOCTRINE - SOCIAL TEACHING - SOCIAL MAGISTERIUM

Social doctrine and its unity, 3
Social doctrine and God's love for the world, 3
Social doctrine, man and all people, 5, 13
Social doctrine and integral and solidary humanism, 7, 19
Social doctrine, authentic pastoral priority, 7, 8, 9
The sabbatical year and social doctrine in miniature, 25
Social doctrine and social change, 55
Social doctrine, man and social relations, 61, 62
Social doctrine, the Gospel and society, 62, 63
Social doctrine and the Church's mission, 64, 65
Social doctrine, and instrument of evangelisation, 67
Social doctrine, the Church and technical questions, 68
Social doctrine, right and duty of the Church, 69, 70
Nature of social doctrine, 72
Social doctrine, a category unto itself, 73
Social doctrine, revelation and tradition, 74
Social doctrine and relationship between faith and reason, 74
Social doctrine, revelation and human nature, 75
Social doctrine and rational plausibility, 75
Social doctrine and universal destination, 75
Social doctrine, knowledge and faith, 75
Social doctrine and the interdisciplinary dimension, 76
Social doctrine and philosophy, 76, 77
Social doctrine and human sciences, 76, 78
Social doctrine belongs to the Church, 79
Social doctrine and magisterium, 80
Social doctrine and adherence of the faithful, 80
Man, object of social doctrine, 81
Social doctrine, proclamation and denunciation, 81
Social doctrine and the religious and moral order, 82
The ecclesial community and social doctrine, 83
Social doctrine and evangelisation, 83
Social doctrine and building up society, 83
Social doctrine and obligations of a secular nature, 83
Social doctrine and universal destination, 84
Social doctrine, continuity and renewal, 85
Social doctrine, a work site where work is always in progress, 86
The term “social doctrine”, 87
Rerum Novarum
, paradigm and social doctrine, 90
Subsidiarity and social doctrine, 91
Divini Redemptoris
and social doctrine, 92
Social magisterium of Pope Pius XII, 93
Dignitatis Humanae
and social doctrine, 97
Pope Paul VI and social doctrine, 99, 100
Centesimus Annus
and a hundred years of magisterium, 103
Social doctrine and pastoral concern, 104
Social doctrine, a doctrinal corpus, 104
Human society, object of social doctrine, 106
Man, soul of social teaching, 107
Social doctrine and the human person, 124, 126
Social doctrine and the more fortunate, 158
Principles of social doctrine, 160, 162, 163
Social doctrine and the common use of goods, 172
Social doctrine and ownership of goods, 176, 178
Social doctrine and subsidiarity, 185
Social doctrine and solidarity, 194, 194*
Social doctrine, principles and values, 197
Social magisterium and justice, 201
Social doctrine, solidarity and peace, 203
Social doctrine and the dignity of children, 244
Social magisterium and workers, 267
Social doctrine and the relationship between labour and capital, 277
Social magisterium and private property, 282
Social doctrine and child labour, 296
Social doctrine and unproductive latifundium, 300
Social magisterium and workers' rights, 301
Social doctrine and the legitimacy of striking, 304
Social doctrine, work and cooperation, 306
Social doctrine and unions, 306
Social doctrine and changes in work, 317
Social magisterium and social developments, 327
Social doctrine and morality in the economic sphere, 330
Social magisterium and quantitative development, 334
Social doctrine and the market economy, 335
Social doctrine and economic initiative, 336
Social doctrine and cooperative enterprises, 339
Social doctrine and the function of profit, 340
Social doctrine, work and the family, 345
Social doctrine and the free market, 347, 349
Social doctrine and the international trade system, 364
Social doctrine, the economy and human activity, 375
Social doctrine and the right to resistance, 401
Social doctrine, democracy and relativism, 407
Social doctrine and intergovernmental organizations, 440
Social doctrine and access to the international market, 447
Social teaching and love for the poor, 449
Social doctrine and the field of ecology, 481
Social doctrine and disarmament, 508
The magisterium and the phenomenon of deterrence, 508
Social doctrine and messages for the World Days of Peace, 520
Social doctrine and an integral vision of man, 522
Social doctrine and the new evangelisation, 523
Social doctrine and social pastoral activity, 524, 526
Social doctrine and Christian formation, 528
Social doctrine and catechetical activity, 529, 530
Social doctrine and the lay formation, 531, 532, 549
Social doctrine and priestly formation, 533
Social doctrine, instrument of dialogue, 534
Social doctrine and ecumenical dialogue, 535
Social doctrine and dialogue with the Jewish people, 536
Social doctrine and dialogue with other religions, 537
Social magisterium and Christian activity, 538
The bishop and social doctrine, 529
The priest and social doctrine, 539
Social doctrine and men and women religious, 540
Social doctrine and lay associations, 549, 550
Social doctrine and the lay faithful, 551, 563
Social teaching and reflection on realities, 568
Social doctrine and a society worthy of man, 580

SOCIAL LIVING

The family, first school of social living, 221
The family and educating in social living, 242

SOCIAL MAGISTERIUM - see SOCIAL DOCTRINE

SOCIAL NATURE

Trinitarian love and social nature, 34, 54
Christian anthropology and social nature, 37
Fulfilment, social nature and relativity, 48
The Kingdom of God and human social nature, 51
Life in Christ and the social nature of the person, 52
Centrality of the human person and social nature, 106
Human social nature and the origin of society, 149*
Human social nature and seeds of asocial behaviour, 150
Human social nature and social pluralism, 151
Forms of social nature and the common good, 165
Subsidiarity, society and forms of social nature, 185
Original expressions of social nature, 186
Solidarity and social nature of the person, 192
The family, social nature and the good of society, 213
Christian couples and new social nature, 220

SOCIAL TEACHING - see SOCIAL DOCTRINE

SOCIAL WEEKS

“Social Weeks”, cultural laboratory, 532
“Social Weeks”, formational opportunities, 532

SOCIALIZATION

Mater et Magister and socialization, 94
Socialization and tendencies to create associations, 151
Interdependence and socialization, 192*

SOCIETY (see also CIVIL SOCIETY)

Christian salvation and society, 1
The Compendium, the place of man and society, 14, 15
Building human society, 18
Society and moral and social virtues, 19
Development of Israelite society and praxis, 23
Society and God's plan of salvation, 37
Society, laws and values, 45
The human person and horizon of society, 47
Totalitarian vision of society and the person, 48
The Church and consolidation of society, 51
Earthly progress and human society, 55
Man and fulfilment with others in society, 61
The Church, the Gospel and society, 62
Society and the economy of salvation, 62, 65
Society befitting man and befitting Christ, 63
Social doctrine and life of society, 67, 72, 79
The Church, society and competence, 68, 69
Society, social doctrine and philosophy, 77
Human sciences and man in society, 78
Social doctrine and society, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85
Society, the Church and doctrinal heritage, 87
Pope Pius XI and society to be reconstructed, 91
Gaudium et Spes
, the Church and society, 96
Religious freedom and the ordering of society, 97
Octogesima Adveniens
and post-industrial society, 100
Human society, object of social doctrine, 106
Just society and the human person, 132
Conscience of society and responsibility, 134
Man, freedom and society, 138
Natural law and life in society, 141
Women in society and foundations, 146
Life of society and functional members, 148
Society, persons and the principle of unity, 149
Society and ideologies of the social contract, 149*
Social nature, society and good, 150
Society, fabric of unity and autonomy, 151
Society, human nature and free will, 154
Society and right to religious freedom, 155
Principles and life of society, 160
Principles and truth of society, 163
Society and the common good, 165, 167, 167*, 170
Jesus, human society and the supreme good, 170
The Gospel, society and temptation, 175
Present historical phase, society and new goods, 179
Society, private property and slavery, 181
Principle of subsidiarity and society, 186, 187
Principle of solidarity and society, 195
Principles, values and society, 197
Reform of society and the task of education, 198*
Freedom, society and vocation, 200
Practice of virtues and new society, 203
The neighbour to be loved is found in society, 208
Charity and the structure of society, 208
Centrality of the family and society, 209
The family and the growth of society, 211
The family, cell of society, 211, 252
Children, gift to society, 212, 218
The family and good of society, 213
The family, the first human society, 213
Priority of the family with respect to society, 214
Marriage and the good of society, 215
Society, the marriage bond and civil effects, 216
Society and the religious significance of marriage, 220
The family, communion and the splintering of society, 221
The elderly, a resource for society, 222
Society, love and sexuality, 223
Society and complementarity of the sexes, 224
Promotion of the family and society, 225, 229, 252
The family, values and development of society, 229, 238
Solidarity between generations and society, 230
Families, the Gospel of life and society, 231
Society and responsible parenthood, 232
Births, numbers of children and society, 234
Society and reproductive technology, 235
Families and development of society, 237
The family and the assistance of society, 237, 237*
The family, social virtues and society, 238
Education, the person and the good of society, 242
Families and transformation of society, 247
The family, domestic society and work, 249
Identity of the family, natural society, 253
The Church, agricultural society and more dynamic society, 267
Worker societies and Rerum Novarum, 268
Work and development of society, 269
Neighbour and the society of which he is a member, 274
Christians, traditions and human society, 286
Society and the right to work, 288, 289
Work and the self-organization of society, 293
Quality of society, work and women, 295
Unions and class structure of society, 306
Unions and the common good of society, 307
Innovations and growth of society, 317
The economy and growth of society, 326, 331
Wealth and benefits for society, 329
Wealth, society and solidarity, 332, 334
Economic projects and a more equitable society, 333
Right to economic initiative and society, 336, 337
Businesses and the common good of society, 338
Businesses, society of capital and society of persons, 338
Progress of society and cooperative enterprises, 339
Profit, business and society, 340
Society and reasonable utilization of resources, 346
Reductionist vision of society and the market, 349
Function of the market and contemporary society, 350
The State in the field of economics and society, 351, 354
Global society and system of relations, 361
Rights in advanced societies and basic rights, 365
Wealth, poverty and society, 374
Consumption of merchandise and society, 375
Development of society and sense of God, 375
Principle of fraternity and political societies, 390
The person, the society of the family and politics, 391
Political society and value of community, 392
Authority and society, 393
The death penalty and modern society, 405
Democracy and subjectivity of society, 406
Society and information, 415
Principle of the subjectivity of society, 420
Society, person and conscience, 421
Church and State, perfect societies, 445
Society and products of biotechnology, 480
Peace and order of society, 494, 495
Peaceful society and human rights, 494
Rejection of violence and society, 496
Right to peace and society, 518
The Church and society of her time, 524
Catechesis and society of greater solidarity and fraternity, 529
The laity, lay spirituality and society, 545
“Regnative” prudence and the good of society, 548*
Christian spirit and society, 552
The good of society and freedom of conscience, 553
The good of society and culture, 556
Christians and a more just society, 566
Autonomy of the State, truth, man and society, 571
Pluralistic society, autonomy of the State and traditions, 572
Democratic societies and autonomy of the State, 572
Marginalization of Christianity and society, 572
Need for meaning and contemporary society, 575
Injustice, cultural causes and society, 577
Social doctrine and a society worthy of man, 580
Selfishness and ordered society, 581
A more human society and love in social life, 582

SOLIDARITY

Social doctrine, philosophy and solidarity, 77
Quadragesimo Anno
and the principle of solidarity, 91
Gaudium et Spes
and a Church of solidarity, 96
Populorum Progressio
and development in solidarity, 98
Sollicitudo Rei Socialis
, peace and solidarity, 102
Centesimus Annus
and the principle of solidarity, 103
Social sin and human solidarity, 117
Man and woman and a mentality of solidarity, 147
Human social nature and relations of solidarity, 150
International law, nations and solidarity, 157
Social doctrine and the principle of solidarity, 160
Destination of goods and a world of solidarity, 174
Participation and an international community of solidarity, 189
Solidarity, principle and moral virtue, 193
Solidarity and people's common growth, 194
Solidarity and intergenerational responsibility, 196
Vision of justice and solidarity, 203
The family, moral values and solidarity, 213
Love, the family and solidarity, 221
The family, community of solidarity, 229, 238
Procreation and solidarity between generations, 230
Population growth and solidarity, 234
The family, education of children and solidarity, 242
Subjectivity of families and solidarity, 246
The family, economic life and solidarity, 248
The family, work and solidarity, 249
Christians and communities of solidarity, 264
Means of production and solidarity, 282
The third sector, joining energies in solidarity and work, 293
Unions, constructive factors and solidarity, 305
Unions, instruments of solidarity, 306
Work and movements of solidarity, 308
Worker associations and solidarity, 309
Workers' rights and forms of solidarity, 319
Globalizing solidarity, 321
Humanism of work and solidarity, 322
Jesus, economic gods and solidarity, 325
The economy and progress, areas of solidarity, 326
Jesus Christ and solidary humanism, 327
The economy, efficiency and development in solidarity, 332
Participation, economic life and solidarity, 333
Wealth and development in solidarity, 334
Development in solidarity and a market economy, 335
Profit and businesses as communities of solidarity, 340
Development in solidarity, shared by every part of the world, 342
Competition and the development of a community in solidarity, 343
Economic activity, the State and solidarity, 351
Solidarity and subsidiarity, 351
Public spending, instrument of solidarity, 355
Intermediate bodies, the State and solidarity, 356
Organizations, efficiency and solidarity, 357
Consumers and solidarity, 359
Wealth, globalization and solidarity, 363
Globalisation and solidarity between generations, 367
The international economy and development in solidarity, 373
Rich countries and development in solidarity, 374
Political power, order and solidarity, 384
Community, law and solidarity, 391
Society, information and solidarity, 415
Civil society, pluralism and solidarity, 417
Volunteer work, public ethics and solidarity, 420
Coexistence of nations and solidarity, 433
Non-governmental organizations and solidarity, 443
Cooperation, development and solidarity, 446
International cooperation, duty of solidarity, 448
Struggle against poverty and principle of solidarity, 449
The environment, future generations and solidarity, 467
Biotechnology and criterion of solidarity, 474, 476
Biotechnology, international solidarity and trade, 475
Use of the environment and development in solidarity, 483
Water, to be used in solidarity with others, 485
Lifestyles, ecology and worldwide solidarity, 486
Social doctrine, catechesis and a society of solidarity, 529
Ethical dimension of culture and solidarity, 556
The laity and the media as instruments of solidarity, 561
The media, society and solidarity, 562
Economists and solidarity, 564
The laity, political involvement and solidarity, 565
Exploitation, renewal and solidarity, 577
Principle of solidarity and primacy of love, 580
Civilization of love, justice and solidarity, 582

SON - see CHILDREN

SON OF GOD - see JESUS CHRIST

SOUL

The whole person, with body and soul, 13, 127
Mankind and a detached soul, 65
Natural law, soul of juridical systems, 93
The Church, soul of human society, 96
Mankind, soul of the Church's social teaching, 107
The soul, world and sin, 117*
The soul and the unity of the human person, 127
Man and the spiritual, immortal soul, 128
The soul, form of the body, 129
The human soul and the cognitive dimension, 130
Parents, soul of educational activity, 239
Mankind and the human soul, 260

STATE

Totalitarian vision of the State, 48
Social doctrine and men of State, 73
Social doctrine, philosophy and the State, 77
Quadragesimo Anno
, subsidiarity and the State, 91
Mit Brennender Sorge
and peace between the Church and the State, 92
Human rights and reality of the State, 153
Social nature, the State and the common good, 165
The common good and powers of the State, 166
The common good, political authority and the State, 168
Democratic State, majority and minority, 169
Principle of subsidiarity and the State, 186, 252
Subsidiarity and the welfare State, 187
Advisability of the State supplying certain functions, 188
Participation, totalitarian regimes and the State, 191
Priority of the family and the State, 214, 254
The family, right to life and the State, 231
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
, the family and the State, 237*
The family, education of children and the State, 239
Parents, educational institutions and the State, 241
Families, political action and the State, 247
Identity of family life and State institutions, 252
The State and labour policies, 291, 294
Striking and pressure on the State, 304
Right to economic initiative and the State, 336
Efficiency of the economic system and the State, 346
Subsidiarity, solidarity and the State, 351
The task of the State in the economy and a juridical framework, 352
Complementarity between the market and the State, 353
The State, businesses and participation, 354
Intermediate bodies and the State, 356, 357
Globalisation and the State, 370
Planetary social problems and the State, 373
Minorities and cooperation of the State, 387
Political authority, moral order and the State, 394, 397
A people, democracy and the State, 395
Criminal punishment and task of the State, 402
State ruled by law and the courts, 402
Democracy and power of the State, 406
State ruled by law and division of powers, 408
Corruption and functioning of the State, 411
Public administration and the State, 412
Civil society, ideologies and the State, 417
The State, social subjects and the legal framework, 418
The State, the market and the third sector, 419
Religious freedom and the State, 421
Religious communities and the State, 423
Relations between Church and State, 427
International community and sovereignty of every State, 434
Universal authority and a global super-State, 441
The Holy See, the Church and the State, 445
The environment and task of the State, 468
Legitimate defence and the State that has been attacked, 500
The United Nations and disputes between States, 501
Humanitarian law and conflicts between States, 504
Disarmament, weapons and the State, 508
The State and trafficking in light weapons, 511
Terrorism and principle of a State ruled by law, 514
Autonomy of the State and religious confession, 572

STERILIZATION

Sterilization, morally illicit, 233
Assistance and campaigns of sterilization, 234

STRIKE

Right to strike: legitimacy and limits, 304

STRUCTURE

Moral law and the legal structure of the State, 397

STRUGGLE (see also FIGHT, RECOURSE TO ARMS, EFFORT TO DESTROY, BATTLE)

Rerum Novarum and the class struggle, 89
Quadragesimo Anno
and the class struggle, 91
Unions and the struggle of workers, 305
The world of work, cooperation and struggle, 306
Unions and instruments of struggle, 306
Unions and parties that struggle for power, 307

SUBSIDIARITY

Subsidiarity and social doctrine, 77, 160, 185
The State, subsidiarity and the private sector, 91
Quadragesimo Anno
and the principle of subsidiarity, 91, 186
Principle of subsidiarity, 186, 187, 188
Participation and subsidiarity, 189
The State, the family and subsidiarity, 214, 252
The State, subsidiarity and solidarity, 351
Subsidiarity, public authorities and initiative, 354, 449
Solidarity and subsidiarity, 356
The State, subsidiarity and private organizations, 357, 418
Democracy and the principle of subsidiarity, 417
Political community, civil society and subsidiarity, 419
International political authority and subsidiarity, 441
Solidarity, poverty and subsidiarity, 449
Subsidiarity, the laity and political action, 565

SUFFERING (see also MISERY, POVERTY)

Exodus and the suffering of the Israelites in Egypt, 21

SYSTEM

The Church and ties to a political system, 50
Social doctrine and systems, 68
Social doctrine and system, 72, 85
Rerum Novarum
and socio-political systems, 89
Centesimus Annus
and the Soviet system, 103
The role of the person in a system, 125
The human person and systems of power, 131
Right to religious freedom in every system, 155
The common good and a sound juridical system, 166
Use of goods, a priority over every system, 172
Countries that have abandoned collectivist systems, 180
Love, renewal and juridical systems, 207
System of norms and appeal to love, 207
Political system and new generations, 244
Children's rights and juridical systems, 244
Work and organizing systems, 270
Economic systems, labour and capital, 277, 306
Economic system and service to man, 283
Employment and economic system, 288
Work and obsolete systems of instruction, 289
Employment and instruction systems, 290
Agricultural work and economic systems, 299
Workers' rights and juridical systems, 301
Workers and systems of social security, 309
New forms of work and systems for protecting workers, 311
Economic systems of more developed countries, 313
Work and systems of social security, 314
Capitalism as a system, 335
Businesses and socio-cultural systems, 340
Less progressed countries and financial systems, 341
Principle of economizing and economic systems, 346
The market and regulation of the economic system, 349
Public spending and systems of social insurance and protection, 355
Economic system and public and private action, 356
Consumers and economic systems, 358
Globalisation and systems of relations, 361, 362
International trade system, 364
Financial systems and economic growth, 368, 369, 371
Economic system and socio-cultural system, 375
Sovereignty, people and system of democracy, 395
Penal system, 402
System of democracy, 406
Democracy, a system, 407
Democratic system and political authority, 408
Democratic system and political corruption, 411
Democratic system and control of news media by limited group, 414
Information system and the person, 415
The media and systemic issues, 416
Right and system of private revenge, 439
The Holy See and the United Nations system, 444
Administration and educational system, 447
Nature of every being and an ordered system, 459, 466
Terrorism as a new system of war, 513
The media and economic systems, 561
The laity and the system of democracy, 567
Discernment and democratic system, 569

TAXES

Taxes, public spending and the common good, 355
Payment of taxes and solidarity, 355
Jesus and taxes paid to Caesar, 379
Civic duty to pay taxes, 380

TECHNOLOGY - TECHNICAL - TECHNIQUE

Christian salvation and the reality of technology, 1
Unity of humanity's destiny and technology, 6
Relation between nature, technology and morality, 16
Social doctrine and technological questions, 68
Christmas Radio Messages and the progress of technology, 93*
Integral development and technical dimensions, 98
Wealth, process of technological production, 174
New gods and technological progress, 179
Solidarity and technological knowledge, 195
Values and reform of technological structures, 197
Reproductive techniques, 235
Cloning and technical methods, 236
Rights of children and genetic technology, 244
The Church, the industrial revolution and technology, 267
Work, sum of technologies, 270, 271
Human capital and technical aspects of work, 278
Labour, capital and technological progress, 279
Work, property and goods of the world of technology, 282
Destination of goods and new technologies, 283
New technologies and social progress, 283
Employment and technical formation, 290
Work and technological innovation, 313, 314, 319
Globalisation, techniques and new technologies, 322, 362
Owners, businesses and technical bonds, 344
Disparities and technical-scientific knowledge, 363
Trade and transfer of technologies, 364
Rights and technologically advanced societies, 365
Technological progress and the work of education, 376
New technologies of communication, 415
Social communications and technology, 416, 561
Christian attitudes, science and technology, 456, 457
Technology, the environment and agriculture, 458
Technological applications and respect of man, 459
Man, the environment and technological civilization, 461, 462
Technology that pollutes and that cleanses, 465
The environment, the State and technological discoveries, 468
Biogenetic techniques, hope and hostility, 472, 473
Biotechnology and technological knowledge, 475, 476
Techniques, biotechnology, food supply and health, 477
The environmental crisis, poverty and technological means, 482
Removing landmines and technical formation, 510
Terrorism and sophisticated technological means, 513
Culture, the Church and primacy of technology, 554
Development as a technical problem, 563
Need for meaning and technological progress, 575

TEN COMMANDMENTS - see COMMANDMENT

TERRORISM

Minorities and recourse to terrorism, 387
Terrorism, brutal form of violence, 513
Right to defend oneself from terrorism, 514
Terrorist acts, religion and martyrdom, 515

TORTURE

Investigation and regulation against the use of torture, 404
International juridical instruments and torture, 404

TOTALITARIANISM

Totalitarian vision, society and the State, 48
The Church and totalitarian temptations, 51
Quadragesimo Anno
and totalitarian regimes, 91
Pope Pius XI and totalitarian regimes, 92
Participation and countries with totalitarian regimes, 191
The State, the market and totalitarian constraints, 352
Democracy without values and totalitarianism, 407
Political community and totalitarian ideologies, 417

TRADE (see also COMMERCE, EXCHANGE)

The right to evangelise and trade, 70
The destination of goods and free trade, 172
Values and globalization of trade, 321
Trade, usury, hunger and death, 341
Globalisation and commercial trade, 362
International trade and development, 364
Developing countries and trade policies, 476
Trade and exploitation of the environment, 482
The arms trade, 508, 510, 511

TRANSPORTATION

Transportation, an essential personal service, 166

TRUTH

Jesus, the way, the truth and the life, 1, 555
Paul and Timothy and listening to truth, 2
Love and human development in truth, 4
The Church and witness to truth, 13
The Compendium and contribution to the truth about man, 14
Human existence and free search for truth, 15
First challenge, the truth about the being who is man, 16
Disciples of Christ and search for truth, 17
Divine persons and children of God in truth, 34
Salvation and universal quest for truth, 40
Jesus Christ and the full truth about man, 45
The State and truth about the person, 48
Christian community and seeds of truth, 53
Fathers of the Church, different religions and seeds of the Word, 53*
Goods and the Kingdom of truth, 57
The Kingdom and human action in truth, 58
The Magnificat, truth of God and the poor, 59
Social doctrine and truth of the Spirit, 63
The Church, teacher of the truth of faith, 70
Faith, reason and truth of the person, 75
Social doctrine and the one truth about man, 76, 82, 126
Social doctrine, philosophy and truth, 77
Social doctrine, science and truth, 78
Social teaching, light of truth, 83
Social doctrine, truth and new things, 86
The Church and cooperation in truth, 94
Pacem in Terris
and living in truth, 95
Man and contemplation of truth, 113
Word of truth of Saint Augustine, 114
Original sin and truth, 120
Reductionist conceptions of the truth about man, 125
Man open to a more profound truth, 129
The human person, transcendence and absolute truth, 130
Man, freedom and obedience to truth, 138
Truth about good and evil and conscience, 139
Religious and moral truths and the help of grace, 141
Universality of natural law and truth, 142
Freedom and openness to truth, 143
Human social nature and the truth of society, 150
Intelligence and knowledge of truth, 155
Principles and truth about man, 160
Principles and truth of society, 163
Person and truth of the forms of social life, 165
Truth about God ad life in society, 167*
Person, social values and truth, 197, 198
Educational activity and quest for truth, 198
Freedom and bonds governed by truth, 199, 200
Truth about man and justice, 203
Value of truth and love, 205
Human ecology, the family and truth, 212
Procreation and truth of marriage, 218
Christ and original truth of marriage, 219
Truth of love and of sexuality, 223
Divorced who are remarried and the truth of Christ, 226
Homosexual unions and truth about man, 228
Truth of the subjective dimension of work, 271
Truth of the priority of labour over capital, 277
Men and women of culture, social phenomena and truth, 320
Political power, the order created by God and truth, 383
Authority, values and truth of the human being, 397
Criminal responsibility and searching for the truth, 404
Democracy, ethical relativism and truth, 407, 569
Society, information and truth, 415
Religious freedom and truth, 421
Coexistence of nations and truth, 433
The Holy See, social order and truth, 445
Truth of creatures and the future of the world, 452
Peace, mercy and truth, 494
Violence contrary to truth, 496
Armed forces and defence of truth, 502
Terrorists and alleged possession of truth, 515
Forgiveness, reconciliation and truth, 518
Pastoral activity in society, truth and liberation, 524
The Church's pastoral task and truth, 525
Pastoral activity in society and truth about man, 527
Social catechesis, formation and truth, 530
Prudence, docility and love for truth, 548
The laity and truth of social doctrine, 551
Culture and truth of man, 556
Content of culture and truth, 558
The media and truth, 562
Martyrs of Christian truth, 570
The laity ad truth, 571
Autonomy of the State and truth taught by the Church, 572

UNARMED - see ARMS

UNCONTROLLED - see CONTROL

UNDERDEVELOPMENT

New discoveries and technologies and underdevelopment, 283
Wealth, solidarity and underdevelopment, 332
New rights and underdevelopment, 365
Underdevelopment and structures of sin, 446
Cooperation and underdevelopment, 447
Causes of underdevelopment, 474

UNEMPLOYED - UNEMPLOYMENT

So many unemployed people await work, 5
Octogesima Adveniens
and unemployment, 100
The family, work and unemployment, 249
New technologies and the risk of unemployment, 283
Unemployment, a real social disaster, 287, 289
Human formation, technology and unemployment, 290
Unemployment and repercussions in the family, 294
Subsidies and unemployed workers, 301
Transition and structural unemployment, 314

UNIONS

Rerum Novarum and the birth of unions, 268
Unions, policies of work and the family, 294
Unions and role in social life, 305
Unions, class structures and class struggle, 306
Unions, promoters of social justice, 306
Unions and the temptation to make all workers members, 306
Unions and the temptation toward corporative associations, 306
Unions and the social conscience of workers, 307
Unions and political parties, 307
Globalisation, renewal and unions, 308

UNITED NATIONS

Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the United Nations, 152
Charter of the United Nations and recourse to force, 438, 501
The United Nations, 440
The Holy See and the United Nations system, 444
Humanitarian missions and the United Nations, 502

USURY

The prophetic tradition and usury, 323
Economic activity an recourse to usury, 341

VALUE

Principles, corrective value, 25
Autonomy of earthly realities and their own values, 45
The Church, the Kingdom and Gospel values, 50
Trinitarian love and value of the person, 54
Social doctrine, value of an instrument, 67
Interdisciplinary dialogue and value, 78
Social doctrine and values, 81, 84, 187, 580
Social doctrine and universal values, 85
Quadragesimo Anno
and value of property, 91
Complete humanism and spiritual values, 98
Man and woman, equal value, 111
Fifth commandment and its value, 112
Man and the value of creation, 113
Wounds and value of the human person, 116
Value of the right to religious freedom, 155
The common good, value and ultimate ends of the person, 170
The economy and moral values, 174
Solidarity, value of social principle, 193, 194*
Relation between principles and values, 197
Social values, 197
Value of freedom, 200
Value of justice, 201
Value of the person and criteria of utility, 202
Value of solidarity, 203
Connections between virtues, social values and love, 204
Values and inner source of love, 205
The family and moral values, 213, 229, 238
Marriage and values of this institution, 215
Value of the family and the State, 214, 553
Value of the communion of marriage and children, 218
Love and personal dignity, basis for value, 221
The elderly and value, 222
Values and economic terminology or terminology of functionality, 222
Love, sexuality and values of life, 223
Social value of every new human being, 230
The Gospel of life and prophetic value, 231
Responsible parenthood and hierarchy of values, 232
Contraceptives and value as a moral call, 233
Education and fundamental values, 238, 239
Children and human and moral values of sexuality, 243
Recognition of the value of childhood, 244
New generations and legacy of values, 244
Political action and family values, 252, 254
Value of all, the Kingdom of God and his justice, 260
Jesus and the original value of the Sabbath, 261
Value of work, 270, 271, 303
Value of human capital, 278
The Church and the value of work, 287
Changes and value of agriculture, 299
Subjective value of work and solidarity, 308
Values and new organization of work, 311
Economic inequalities and hierarchy of values, 321
Poverty, social value, 324
Freedom in economic affairs, fundamental value, 336
Businesses and values, 338, 339
Resources, a value for their usefulness, 346
The free market and values, 348
Judgment of value and investment projects, 358
Value of portfolio and financial institutions, 369
Consumption of goods and society's only value, 375, 581
The ethical-religious order and material value, 384
A people and sharing of life and of values, 386
Political society and value of community, 392
Authority and essential human and moral values, 397
Criminal punishment, moral value of expiation, 403
Democracy and values, 407
Social communications and values, 416
Volunteer work, example of great value, 420
Ideologies and value of the person, 433
Diplomatic service of the Holy See and value, 445
Scientists and moral value, 458
Biocentrism, biosphere and undifferentiated value, 463
Biotechnology and values at stake, 472
Water and value of life, 484
Peace is a value, 494, 495
Armed forces and values of what is good, 502
Military demands and value of the person, 505
Christian anthropology and human values, 522, 527
Inculturation of the faith and values, 523
Pastoral activity in society and values, 527
Formative value of social doctrine, 529
Formative value of lived Christianity, 530
Meeting in Assisi and common values, 537
Consecrated persons and values of holiness, 540
Spiritual life, values and secular life, 546
Ecclesial associations and value of dialogue, 550
Catholics and patrimony of values, 555
Values of the Catholic tradition, 555
The human person and values, 558
The laity and moral values of social life, 568
The laity and values, 569
Legislative choices and Christian values, 570
Autonomy of the State, a value recognized by the Church, 571
Political instruments and values, 573
Membership in a party and Christian values, 574

VENTURE - see BUSINESS

VERIFICATION

Sexual education, parents and verification, 243
The people, verification and those who govern, 395, 406, 567

VIOLENCE

God and spiral of violence, 43
Social doctrine and sin of violence, 81
Deprivation of human rights and violence, 153
Forms of child labour and violence, 296
Unjust laws, act of violence, 398
Recourse to violence and passive resistance, 401
Creation, sin and violence, 429
International community and recourse to violence, 433
Violence, interpersonal and social relations, 488
God, peace and violence, 488
Violence, 496
Recourse to violence, destruction and death, 496
Light weapons and manifestations of violence, 511
Terrorism, a brutal form of violence, 513
Violence, inhumanity and suffering, 517

VIRTUE

Humanism and the cultivation of virtues, 19
Solidarity as a moral and social virtue, 193, 194*
Solidarity as a Christian virtue, 196*
Social principles and exercise of virtues, 197
Justice and corresponding cardinal virtue, 201
Peace, justice and practice of virtues, 203
Bond between virtues, social values and love, 204
Children, the family and virtue, 210
The family, first school of social virtues, 238
Education and cultivation of virtues, 242
Riches and the virtue of solidarity, 332
Economic initiative as a virtue, 343
Authority, virtue and power as service, 410
The laity and exercise of social virtues, 546
The laity and prudence as a virtue, 547, 548
Charity, mistress and queen of virtues, 581
Supernatural virtues of love and justice, 583

VOCATION

The Church, vocation of man and communion, 3, 63
The Compendium and the vocation proper to different charisms, 10
The Church, the world and innermost vocation, 18
Vocation of the human race to unity, 19
Trinitarian love and vocation, 34
Christian revelation and vocation, 35, 36
Man's ultimate vocation, 41
Person, vocation and the created universe, 47
The Church, the political community the vocation of human beings, 50, 425
The Church and man's definitive vocation, 51
Man, vocation and the divine plan, 60
Social doctrine and the vocation of man, 61
Life in society and vocation, 62
Social doctrine and earthly vocation, 72
Interdisciplinary dialogue and vocation, 78
Social teaching and vocation, 83
The laity, secular character and vocation, 83
Laborem Exercens
, work and vocation, 101
Christ and the vocation of man, 105, 121
Man and woman and the vocation to life, 113
Social dimension of man and vocation, 140
Freedom and every person's vocation, 200
Marriage, spouses and vocation, 220
Work and the vocation of man, 270
Work, the family and the vocation of man, 294
Work and the vocation of women, 295
Unions and vocation, 306
Needs and vocation to transcendence, 318
Humanism of work and vocation, 322
Economic activity and vocation, 326
Economic and social life and vocation, 331
The economy and the vocation of man, 333
Models of development and vocation, 373
The good of humanity and vocation, 522
Authority and the vocation of man, 534
People of God and the exercise of every vocation, 538
Temporal order and eternal vocation, 544
Associations, vocation and mission, 550
Men and women of our time and vocation, 551

WAGE - see SALARY

WAR

Pope Pius XII and the Second World War, 93
Pope John XXIII and recovery after the war, 94
International community and rejection of war, 433
International law and rejection of war, 437
Conflicts, justice and recourse to war, 438
Biblical revelation, peace and war, 489
Peace and the absence of war, 494
Magisterium and enormity of war, 497
International conflicts and alternatives to war, 498
International organizations and recourse to war, 499
War of aggression, 500
Right to defence and war, 500
The United Nations and the scourge of war, 501
Civil populations and effects of war, 505
Refugees, victims of war, 505
Deterrence and war, 508
Terrorism, undeclared war, 513
The Church, reconciliation and war, 517
Cultural perspectives and the post-war period, 555

WATER

Wealth is like water, 329
Universal right to drinkable water, 365, 485
Lack of safe drinking water, underdevelopment and poverty, 447
Jesus Christ, the bearer of the water of life, 463*
Universal destination of goods and water, 484

WEALTH - RICHES - RICH - ENRICH

An equitable world, solidarity and wealth, 174
Wealth and positive value, 174
Wealth of nations and new goods, 179
Love for the poor and love of riches, 184
Work, source of wealth, 257
Human activity and enriching the universe, 262
Work and the riches of Christ, 262
Illegitimate property and social wealth, 282
Associations and production of wealth, 309
The Old Testament and wealth, 323
Jesus and wealth, 325
Jesus, believers and growing rich before God, 326
Riches and sharing, 329
Expansion of wealth and solidarity, 332
The economy and the formation of wealth, 334
Production efforts and wealth, 337
Production of goods and services and wealth, 338
Wealth, globalization and poverty, 363
Frontiers of wealth and poverty, 374
Human development in solidarity and rich countries, 374
God, man and wealth of relations, 428
The human family, wealth and differences, 431
The common good, States and wealth, 442
Wealth for humanity and indigenous peoples, 471
Peace, man and the riches of the human soul, 495
A culture capable of enriching man, 556

WEAPONS - see ARMS

WELL-BEING

The common good and socio-economic well-being, 170
Man, necessary well-being and development, 172
Wealth and the well-being of men and women, 174
Property, indigenous peoples and well-being, 180
The elderly and the well-being of the family, 222
Authority and the well-being of citizens, 229
The family and the well-being of its members, 229, 238
Immigrants, well-being and developed countries, 297
Economic well-being and income, 303
Rich countries, well-being and the weaker social classes, 374
Man, a life of work and well-being, 445
The ecosystem, well-being and future generations, 459
Access to water and the well-being of people, 484
Biblical revelations, peace and well- being, 489

WICKEDNESS (see also EVIL, MISFORTUNES)

Christian hope and the spiritual forces of wickedness, 579

WOMAN

The Compendium and women of good will, 12
The Compendium women and moral and social virtues, 19
Man and woman, guardians of creation, 26
Original sin, man and woman, 27, 116
Trinitarian love and the dignity of women, 34
The creation of woman in the image of God, 36
Anthropology and the relation between man and woman, 37
There is no longer man or woman, 52
A Church that stands with every man and woman, 60
Life in society, quality of life and women, 62
The labour question and women, 88
Octogesima Adveniens
and women, 100
Social doctrine, changes and women, 104
Human beings created as man and woman, 110
Man and woman, the same dignity and equal value, 111
Man and woman, entrusted with the lives of others, 113
Man, woman and other creatures, 113
Christian hope and women, 123
Equality of persons, man and woman, 144
Human dignity, women and equal opportunity, 145
Women in the Church and in society, 146
Woman, completion of man, 147
The family, women and marriage, 211, 212
Polygamy and the dignity of women, 217
The love of God, women and the marriage bond, 219
The family, acceptance, man and woman, 221
Man and woman and sexual identity, 224
De facto
unions, women and marriage, 227
The family and the work of women keeping house, 251
Women and the maternal role, 251
Rerum Novarum
and protecting women, 268
Unemployment, social exclusion and women, 289
International organizations and the work of women, 292
Presence of women in the workplace, 295
Rights of women in the workplace, 295
Work and women in developing countries, 301
Poverty, women and Christian conscience, 449
Man, woman and creation, 451
Lay spirituality and women, 545

WOMAN AND MAN, WOMEN AND MEN - see MAN, PERSON, PEOPLE

WORKSHOPS - see BUSINESS

WORK (see also LABOUR)

Christian salvation and the reality of work, 1
Love, the unemployed and work, 5
The Church and meaning of daily work, 56
Work and the economy of salvation, 62
Social doctrine, evangelisation and work, 67
The Church, evangelising society and work, 70
Rerum Novarum
and doctrine on work, 89, 267
Laborem Exercens
and work, 101
The handicapped and work conditions, 148
Human rights and the right to participate in work, 155
Requirements of the common good and work, 166
Destination of goods, land and work, 171
Wealth and human work, 174
Property, work and dominating the earth, 176
Land distribution and job markets, 180
Participation and the world of work, 189
Freedom and the right to choose one's work, 200
The Holy Family and lessons of work, 210*
The elderly and contribution to the area of work, 222
The family, economic life and domestic work, 248
Relation between family and work, 249
The family, work and a family wage, 250
Work of women in the family, 251
Work and the original condition of man, 256
Work is to be honoured, not made an idol, 257
The Sabbath and being bound to the necessity of work, 258
Jesus and appreciation of work, 259
Jesus and slavery to work, 260
Jesus, the Sabbath and the meaning of work, 261
Work, service and grandeur of God, 262
Work and sanctification, 263
The passing away of this world and work, 264
The Church Fathers and work as an “opus humanum”, 265
Work, man and divine wisdom, 266
Work, contemplation and prayer, 266
The course of history and conquests of work, 267
Rerum Novarum
and legislation concerning work, 268
Laborem Exercens
and vision of work, 269
Objective and subjective dimensions of work, 270, 271
Work is for man, 272
Social dimension of work, 273
Work and human duty, 274
Work and human identity, 275
Work and factors of production, 276
Alienation in the workplace and of work, 280
Work and the participation of workers, 281
Work and private property, 282, 283
Rest and work, 284
Work, a fundamental right, 287
Work is necessary, 287
Work, full employment and prospects, 288, 289
Work paths and formational systems, 290
The State and active policies regarding work, 291
Cooperation between States and work, 292
The third sector and promotion of work, 293
Work and family life, 294
Work and women, 295
Rights of women and work, 295
Immigrants and work in their places of origin, 298
Agricultural work and changes in agriculture, 299
Remuneration and work relationships, 302
Striking and work conditions, 304
Unions and the world of work, 305
The world of work and cooperation, 306
Unions, political power and work, 307
New forms of union activity and work, 308
Worker associations and the right to work, 309
Globalization and work, 310, 311, 312, 313, 314
Work as artisans and independent work, 315
The informal economy, work and regulations, 315
The “new things” concerning work and the role of man, 317
Mechanistic interpretations and work, 318
Changes, work and permanent requirements, 319
Men and women of science and culture and work, 320
Work and development in solidarity, 321
New forms of work and human tendency to relate, 322
Entrepreneurial ability and the role of human work, 337
Businesses as societies of persons, and work, 338
Cooperative enterprises, artisans undertakings and work, 339
Businesses, the person and the efficiency of work, 340
Business competition and work, 343
Work activity in businesses and the family, 345
The State, the economy and work opportunities, 351
Consumers and work in companies, 359
The international economy and work in solidarity, 373
Genesis
, man and work, 428
The Church, the State, man and a life of work, 445
Original sin and the nobility of work, 452
Man and creating the world through work, 460
The environment, responsibility and work, 467
Christian anthropology and work, 522
The laity and the area of work, 543, 551
The laity and harmony between life, faith and work, 546
Associations and the work of formation, 549
Man and the meaning of work, 575

WORKER

The Church and the worker question, 88, 267
Rerum Novarum
and industrial workers, 89
Rerum Novarum
and salaried workers, 89
Rerum Novarum
and the worker question, 90
Quadragesimo Anno
, salary and workers, 91
John XXIII and the worker question, 94
Rights and exploitation of workers, 158
Jesus and his disciples as workers, 259
Defence of workers' rights, 264
Workers, the hand of Christ, 265
Universal principles and workers, 267
Conquests of work and exploitation of workers, 267
Rerum Novarum
and workers' dignity, 268
Rerum Novarum
and society of workers, 268
Workers as labour force, 271
Human capital and workers, 278
Labour, capital and workers, 279
Conflicts between labour and capital and workers, 279
Participation of workers in property, 281
Economic policy and workers, 288
Unemployment and workers, 289
Foreign labourers and national workers, 298
Workers' rights, 301
Just wage and workers, 302, 303
Striking and workers, 304
Worker unions, 305
Unions and the social conscience of workers, 307
Unions, new forms of action and workers, 308
Workers associations and responsibility, 309
The world of work and a homogenous worker class, 313
Competition and defence of workers, 314
The informal economy and workers, 316
Historical forms and workers' rights, 319
Interdependence and workers, 319
Inequalities and the dignity of workers, 321
Globalized work and workers, 322
Businesses, profit and workers, 340
Business owners, efficiency and workers, 344
Role of workers and management, 412
Social doctrine and worker associations, 550
Christian associations and workers, 564

WORKS OF MERCY

The Church and works of mercy, 184
Periods of rest and works of mercy, 284

WORLD

Salvation and the world of the economy, 1
Social doctrine, love of God for the world, 3
God so loved the world, 3, 64
Christ, the world and witness to truth, 13
The Church lives in the world, 18, 53
The human person and others in the world, 20
Disobeying God and acting in the world, 27
Jesus, God's invitation in the world, 29
The person and human activity in the world, 35, 37
Human acting in the world and sin, 41
Man and true possession of the world, 44
The world and full truth in Jesus Christ, 45, 46
Relation between God, man and the world, 46
Man, the world and their destiny in God, 48
The Church, the Kingdom, the world and Gospel values, 50
The Church in the world and eschatological finality, 51
Law, transformation of the world and love, 54, 55, 57, 580
The person and commitment to improve the world, 58, 60
The Church in the world, sacrament of God's love, 60
Jesus Christ, the world and original link, 64, 262
Evangelising society and the world of work, 70
Social doctrine and situations in the world, 73, 86
Injustices and geographical areas of the world, 81
Gaudium et Spes
and the world's expectations, 96
Sollicitudo Rei Socialis
and the world, 102
Creatures of the world and man, capable of God, 109
Man in the Garden of Eden and the plant world, 110
Dominion over the world and responsibility, 113
Sin and the world, 115, 116, 117*, 120
God desires justice, freedom and peace in the world, 118
Corporeality and the material world, 128, 129, 130
Wealth and a world of equity and solidarity, 174
Commitment of all and a more human world, 175
Ideological positions and the world of poverty, 183
The world and inequalities, 192
Solidarity and peace in the world, 194, 194*
Truth and the world of communications, 198
Building a better world, 203
Love, peace and a complex world, 207
The Christian family, a sign for the world, 220, 225
Countries of the world and new generations, 244
Situation of children in the world, 245
The passing away of this world, 260, 264
Man, work and dominion over the world, 265, 275
Property, work and the financial world, 282
The State, work and the world of production, 291
The present world and immigration, 297
Changes and the rural world, 299
Global development and zones of the world, 321
New humanity and the world of the last days, 326
Economic projects and a more human world, 333
Common economics and every part of the world, 342
Governments of countries and the financial world, 370
God, governing the world and human freedom, 383
Spiritual values and the economic world, 386
The world of the media, 416
The action of God and the world, 428
Israel and the one God, Lord of the world, 430
Justice and freedom and the modern world, 435
Universal moral law and the future of the world, 436
Juridical authority and a peaceful world, 439
Interdependence and relations in the present world, 442
Cooperation in development and the world, 446
The poor, a more human future and the world, 449
The faith of Israel and space for this world, 451
Man's relation with the world, 452
Sin, definitive salvation and the world, 453
Jesus and reconciliation of the world with God, 455
Governing the world in holiness, 456
Man, creating the world and work, 460
Mechanistic conceptions and the natural world, 462
Broken bonds between the world and God, 464
Benedictine spirituality and the world, 464
The world, traces of God, 487, 488
A new world of peace and the messianic era, 490
Jesus, peace and the world, 491
Peace, the world and unarmed prophets, 496
The State and peace in all the world, 500
The military and justice in the world, 502
The Church, instrument of peace in the world, 516
The salvation of the world, peace and prayer, 519*, 520
The world and the rift between the Gospel and culture, 523
Pastoral activity in society and world realities, 524
Dialogue between believers and religions of the world, 537
The lay faithful and commitment in the world, 538, 541, 543, 544, 578
Men and women religious, the love of Christ in the world, 540
Christ and the salvation of the world, 542
Lay spirituality, sanctification and the world, 545
The Church, the world and human dignity, 551
Culture, man and knowledge of the world, 556
Cultural causes and injustices in the world, 577
Divine promise, the world and the Kingdom of God, 578, 579

WORLD COMMUNITY - see INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY

WORLD DAY OF PEACE

Pope Paul VI and the World Day of Peace, 99
The World Days of Peace, 520

YOUNG - YOUTH

The Ten Commandments and the rich young man, 22
Mit Brennender Sorge
and young people, 92
Octogesima Adveniens
and the conditions of young people, 100
Rights of nations and younger generations, 157
Nations and the growth of younger generations, 222
Unemployment and the younger generations, 287
Formation, the job market and young people, 289
Young people and risks within the economic context, 290
International organizations and the work of youth, 292 


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