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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 led to the emergence of mass vulnerability, of which pauperism was the crucible. At the same time as the solidarism of Léon Bourgeois proposed a political response and sought to move away from Christian charity, the Catholic Church laid the foundations of its social teaching with the encyclical Rerum novarum. From Leo XIII to Pope Francis, from the response to the social question posed by working-class pauperism to the urgent need for solidarity between peoples and the climate issue, the Church adapts its social discourse to the problems of its time by speaking of solidarity, the human side of the principle of charity which only finds its fulfilment in God's love for mankind.
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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, 2021, La charité, de la Bible à nos jours. Définitions, pratiques, controverses, Hors série Histoire (41), pp.169-185. ⟨hal-02946448⟩

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