Encyclicals - Father Thwaites

Humani Generis (Pope Pius XII)
Father Hugh Thwaites
Humani Generis is a papal encyclical that Pope Pius XII promulgated on 12 August 1950 "concerning some false opinions threatening to undermine the foundations of Catholic Doctrine".
Mortalium Animos (Pope Pius XI)
Father Hugh Thwaites
Mortalium Animos - The minds of mortals - is a papal encyclical promulgated in 1928 by Pope Pius XI on the subject of religious unity, condemning certain presumptions of the early ecumenical movement and confirming that the unique Church founded by Jesus Christ is the Catholic Church.
Mysterium Fidei
Father Hugh Thwaites
Mysterium Fidei is an encyclical letter of Pope Paul VI on the Eucharist, published in September 1965. Mysterium Fidei was issued just as the closing session of the Second Vatican Council was beginning.
Pascendi Gregis - Part One
Father Hugh Thwaites
Pascendi Dominici gregis was a Papal encyclical letter promulgated by Pope Pius X on 8 September 1907. The pope condemned modernism and a whole range of other principles described as "evolutionary", which allowed change to Roman Catholic dogma.
Pascendi Gregis - Part Two
Father Hugh Thwaites
The pope condemned modernism and a whole range of other principles described as "evolutionary", which allowed change to Roman Catholic dogma.
Pascendi Gregis - Part Three
Father Hugh Thwaites
Pius X instituted commissions to cleanse the clergy of theologians promoting modernism and some of its (liturgical) consequences.

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