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Prayer for Peace On Social Concern (Sollicitudo Rei Socialis) The Gospel of Life (Evangelium Vitae)
This prayer asks for the intercession of Mary to bring an end to evil in all its forms and to reveal the light of hope to all the world. Pope John Paul II's encyclical letter reaffirms the continuity of the Church's teaching on social doctrine. Reaffirming the "greatness and inestimable value of human life," Pope John Paul II discusses in this encyclical letter the present-day legal, ethical, and moral threats to life..
Span:Gospel of Life, The On the Relationship Bet. Faith/Reason The Poetry of John Paul II
El Evangelio de la vida (Evangelium Vitae): Sobre el Valor y el Caracter Inviolable de la Vida Humana

Author: Pope John Paul II
Pope John Paul II's thirteenth encyclical traces the development of a cultural situation that has led to the separation of faith and reason (or theology and philosophy). Poems to inspire. Poems to illuminate. Poems to share with friends, family, and the faithful. In this moving collection, Pope John Paul II contemplates the great questions of our lives-the mystery of creation, the invisibility of beginnings, the end of existence, and eternity that follows.
Peace on Earth (Pacem in Terris) La iglesia en America (Ecclesia en America) SPAN:On the Eucharist
Rediscover Pope John XXIII's extraordinary vision for world peace in this fortieth anniversary edition of his historic encyclical.

Pope John Paul II relates the history of the Synod for America and calls the Church here to "preach the Gospel to all creation" (Mk 16:15). A landmark document for our continent!

In this encyclical letter, Pope John Paul II seeks to rekindle in the faithful the profound sense of "amazement and gratitude" that surrounds the Eucharist.
Splendor of Truth, The (Veritatis Splendor) On Human Work (Laborem Exercens) On the Family (Familiaris Consortio)
Pope John Paul II proclaims a sense of urgency in challenging moral darkness with the light of truth. The Holy Father's third encyclical focuses on "the dignity and rights of those who work." Drawing on biblical teaching and Catholic social thought for nearly the past century, he discusses just remuneration for work, the rights of labor unions, the rights and responsibilities of management, roles of women, multinational corporations, disabled workers, and other labor questions. Pope John Paul II addresses the role of the family in society as a believing and evangelizing community in dialogue with God.
For I Was in Prison
This short book gives the wisdom of recent popes—including St. John XXIII, Bl. Paul VI, St. John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI, and Pope Francis—on prisoners, the prison system, and the restoration of those detained.