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Charité et solidarité au chevet des vulnérabilités ordinaires, l'enseignement social de l'Église de Léon XIII à nos jours

Abstract : At the end of the 19th century, industrial development brought about the emergence of mass vulnerability, of which pauperism was the crucible. At a time when Léon Bourgeois proposes, with the theory of solidarism, a political response opposing Christian charity, the Catholic Church, with the encyclical Rerum novarum, is laying the foundations of its social teaching. From Leo XIII to Pope Francis, from the response to the social question posed by workers' pauperism, to the urgency of solidarity between peoples and the climate question, the Church adapts her social discourse to the problems of her time by speaking solidarity, human aspect of the principle of charity which finds its fulfillment only in the love of God for men.
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Jean-Marie Villela. Charité et solidarité au chevet des vulnérabilités ordinaires, l'enseignement social de l'Église de Léon XIII à nos jours. Revue du Nord. Collection Histoire (Hors série), Association Revue du Nord, A paraître. ⟨hal-02946448⟩

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