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Great Encyclical Letters of Pope Leo XIII

Pope Leo XIII (1810-1903)

1. Preface
2. On the Evils Afffecting Modern Society - Inscrutabili
3. Socialism, Communism, Nihilism - Quod Apostolici Muneris
4. The Study of Scholastic Philosophy - Aeterni Patris
5. Christian Marriage - Arcanum Divinae
6. Freemasonry - Humanum Genus
7. The Christian Constitution of States - Immortale Dei
8. Human Liberty - Libertas Proestantissimum
9. The Right Ordering of Christian Life - Exeunte Jam Anno
10. On the Chief Duties of Christians as Citizens - Sapientiae Christianae
11. The Condition of the Working Classes - Rerum Novarum, Part 1
12. The Condition of the Working Classes - Rerum Novarum, Part 2
13. Allegiance to the Republic - Au Milieu des Sollicitudes
14. The Pope and the Columbus Tercenary - Quarto Abrupto Saeculo
15. The Study of Holy Scripture - Provindentissimus Deus
16. The Reunion of Christendom - Praeclara Gratulationis Publicae
17. Catholicity in the United States - Longuinque Oceani
18. To the English People - Amantissima Voluntatis
19. The Unity of the Church - Satis Cognitum
20. Anglican Orders - Apostolicae Curae
21. The Prohibition and Censorship of Books - Officiorum ac Munerum
22. The Holy Spirit - Divinum Illud
23. True and False Americanism in Religion - Testem Benevolentiae
24. On the Consecration of Mankind to the Sacred Heart of Jesus - Annum Sacrum
25. Christ Our Redeemer - Tametsi
26. Christian Democracy - Graves de Communi
27. The Religious Congregations in France
28. Congratulations to the American Hierarchy
29. The Most Holy Eucharist - Mirae Caritatis
30. The Holy Scriptures; The Biblical Commission - Vigilantiae
31. The Church in the Philippines
32. Review of His Pontificate

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Pope Leo XIII (2 March 1810 – 20 July 1903), born Vincenzo Gioacchino Raffaele Luigi Pecci to an Italian comital family, reigned from 20 February 1878 to his death in 1903. He was the oldest pope (reigning until the age of 93), and had the third longest pontificate. He is well known for his intellectualism, the development of social teachings with his famous papal encyclical Rerum Novarum and his attempts to define the position of the Catholic Church with regard to modern thinking. He issued a record eleven encyclicals on the rosary earning the moniker the "Rosary Pope". This book includes thirty of his most well know encyclicals and letters. They cover a wide range of subjects, including, Christian marriage, socialism, communism, freemasonry, Anglican orders, and human liberty. Some of the encyclicals included in this volume are: Inscrutabili, Rerum Novarum, Quod Apostolici Muneris, Humanum Genus, Arcanum Divinae, Immortale Dei and many others.