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THE CONCEPT OF “DEVELOPMENT” IN CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING AND THE CHURCH IN LATIN AMERICA

THE CONCEPT OF “DEVELOPMENT” IN CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING AND THE CHURCH IN LATIN AMERICA Footnotes 1 Cf. R. Gibellini, Frontiers of Theology in Latin America (Maryknoll: Orbis, 1979); A. Gheerbrant, The Rebel Church in Latin America (London: Oxford University Press, 1974). The significance of Latin America as both the inspiration and the major addressee of the Church's social teaching was dramatically represented by John Paul II's journey to Mexico in 1978, the first overseas pilgrimage of his pontificate. Pope John Paul began his tour with a historic appearance at the General Council of Latin American Bishops at Puebla, Mexico. Cf. George Weigel, Witness to Hope: the Biography of John Paul II (New York HarperCollins, 1999), 281–290. 2 Cf. John XXIII, Muter et Magistra (1961); Pacem in Terris (1963). 3 Cf. John Stuart Mill, Principles of Political Economy with Some of Their Applications to Social Philosophy (Fairfield: Augustus M. Kelly, 1976). 4 Cf. Paul Johnson, “Has Capitalism a Future?” in Will Capitalism Survive? A Challenge by Paul Johnson with Twelve Response (Washington, D. C.: Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1979). 5 Cf. Brian Smith, “Chile: Deepening the Allegiance of Working‐Class Sectors to the Church in the 1970s:” in Daniel H. Levine (Ed.), Religion and Political Conflict in Latin America (London: University of North http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Latin Americanist Wiley

THE CONCEPT OF “DEVELOPMENT” IN CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING AND THE CHURCH IN LATIN AMERICA

The Latin Americanist , Volume 50 (1) – Sep 1, 2006
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Footnotes 1 Cf. R. Gibellini, Frontiers of Theology in Latin America (Maryknoll: Orbis, 1979); A. Gheerbrant, The Rebel Church in Latin America (London: Oxford University Press, 1974). The significance of Latin America as both the inspiration and the major addressee of the Church's social teaching was dramatically represented by John Paul II's journey to Mexico in 1978, the first overseas pilgrimage of his pontificate. Pope John Paul began his tour with a historic appearance at the General Council of Latin American Bishops at Puebla, Mexico. Cf. George Weigel, Witness to Hope: the Biography of John Paul II (New York HarperCollins, 1999), 281–290. 2 Cf. John XXIII, Muter et Magistra (1961); Pacem in Terris (1963). 3 Cf. John Stuart Mill, Principles of Political Economy with Some of Their Applications to Social Philosophy (Fairfield: Augustus M. Kelly, 1976). 4 Cf. Paul Johnson, “Has Capitalism a Future?” in Will Capitalism Survive? A Challenge by Paul Johnson with Twelve Response (Washington, D. C.: Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1979). 5 Cf. Brian Smith, “Chile: Deepening the Allegiance of Working‐Class Sectors to the Church in the 1970s:” in Daniel H. Levine (Ed.), Religion and Political Conflict in Latin America (London: University of North

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