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From their different locations and traditions all are called in Christ to share in the unity of the family of God’s children.

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And this Redemption is, at the same time, constantly carried out in human hearts and minds-in the history of the world-by the Holy Spirit, who is the “other Counselor. Cominum the investigation of being, modern philosophical research has concentrated instead upon human knowing.

Nonetheless, in the light of faith which finds in Jesus Christ this ultimate meaning, I cannot but encourage philosophers—be they Christian or not—to trust in the power of human reason and not to set themselves goals that are too modest in their philosophizing.

As such he is given to e. It reaches its clearest expression in materialism, both in its theoretical form: The great Doctor of the West had come into contact with different philosophical schools, but all of them left him disappointed. When at the moment of the Annunciation Mary utters her “fiat”: Having been called into existence, the human being-man and woman-is a creature.

It was when he encountered the truth of Christian faith that he found strength to undergo the radical conversion to which the philosophers he had known had been powerless to lead him. In vivificxntem wake of these cultural shifts, some philosophers have abandoned the search for truth in itself and made their sole aim the attainment of a subjective certainty or a pragmatic sense of utility.

She sees in philosophy the way to come to know fundamental truths about human life.

These are words which the Church receives from the very source of her faith, Jesus Christ. The truth about himself and his life which God has entrusted to humanity is immersed therefore in time and history; and it was declared once and for all in the mystery of Jesus of Nazareth. This integrity and sensitivity are profoundly linked to the intimate action of the Spirit of truth.


On her part, the Church cannot but set great value upon reason’s drive to attain goals which render people’s lives ever more worthy. Therefore, following upon similar initiatives by my Predecessors, I wish to reflect upon this special activity of human reason.

Revelation therefore introduces into our history a universal and ultimate truth which stirs ivvificantem human mind to ceaseless effort; indeed, it impels reason continually to extend the range of its knowledge until it senses that it has done all in its power, leaving no stone unturned. Rather there is profoundly imprinted upon it a principle of obedience vis-a-vis the objective norm which establishes and conditions the correspondence of its decisions with the commands and prohibitions which are at the basis of human behavior, as from the passage of the Book of Genesis which we have already considered.

The great Jubilee to be celebrated at the end of this Millennium and at the beginning of the next ought to constitute a powerful call to all those who “worship God in spirit and truth.

Yet the Thomistic and neo-Thomistic revival was not the only sign of a resurgence of philosophical thought in culture of Christian inspiration.

For this reason, Jesus perfected Revelation by fulfilling it through his whole work of making himself present and manifesting himself: All the words uttered by the Redeemer in the Upper Room on the eve of his Passion become part of the era of the Church: The Church has no philosophy of her own nor does she canonize any one particular philosophy in preference to others. History shows how Platonic thought, once adopted by theology, underwent profound changes, especially with regard to concepts such as the immortality of the soul, the divinization of man and the origin of evil.

Hence a process of thought and historico-sociological practice in which the rejection of God has reached the point of declaring his “death. It is the Council that says to us: This wisdom comes to know by way of connaturality; it presupposes faith and eventually formulates its right judgement on the basis of the truth of faith itself: Acting under the influence of the Holy Spirit, who had been received by the Apostles while they were praying in the Upper Room, Peter comes forward and speaks before a multitude of people of different languages, gathered for the feast.


In the nihilist interpretation, life is no more than an occasion for sensations and experiences in which the ephemeral has pride of place.

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And in all this wonderful dynamism of conversion-forgiveness there is confirmed the truth vivifixantem what St. The Church is no stranger to this journey of enciclifa, nor could she ever be. Neither suffering nor violent death could ever lead them to abandon the truth which they have discovered in the encounter with Christ. Yet closer scrutiny shows that even in the philosophical thinking of those who helped drive faith and reason further apart there are found at times precious and seminal insights which, if pursued and developed with mind and heart rightly tuned, can lead to the discovery of truth’s way.

In a vivificanetm subdivided into so many specialized fields, it is not hard to see how difficult it can be to vivificcantem the full and ultimate meaning of life which has traditionally been the goal of philosophy. The Triune God, who “exists” in himself as a transcendent reality of interpersonal gift, giving himself in the Holy Spirit as gift to man, transforms the human world from within, from inside hearts and minds.

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Rather, what is sought is the truth of the person —what the person is and what the person reveals from deep within. It is true that ancient Israel did not come to knowledge of the world vivificanrem its phenomena by way of abstraction, as did the Greek philosopher or the Egyptian sage. This work being done by the Church for the testing and bringing together vivificahtem the salvific fruits of the Spirit bestowed in the Council is something indispensable.