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A Catholic University participates in this mission with its own specific characteristics and purposes.

Finally, I turn to the whole Church, convinced that Catholic Universities are essential to her growth and to the development of Christian culture and human progress.

In particular, it is recommended that by means of appropriate studies, the impact of modern technology and especially of the mass media on persons, the family, and the institutions and whole of modem culture be studied deeply. It has proper principles and methods which define it as a branch of knowledge. If need be, a Catholic University must have the courage to speak uncomfortable truths which do not please public opinion, but which are necessary to safeguard the authentic good of society.

AAS 72pp. This independence was codified in a symbolic manifesto issued in at a meeting of U. A Catholic University also has the responsibility, to the degree that it is able, to help to promote the development of the emerging nations.

A Catholic University may also be established by other ecclesiastical or lay persons; such a University may refer to itself as a Catholic University only with the consent of the competent ecclesiastical Authority, in accordance with the conditions upon which both parties shall agree AAS 18p. This ceclesiae its way of serving at one and the same time both the dignity of man and the good of the Church, which has “an intimate conviction that truth is its real ally AAS 71p.

Ecclesiastical Universities and Faculties are those that have the right cohstitucin confer academic degress by the authority of the Holy See. Its purpose is that “the Christian mind may achieve, as it were, a public, persistent and universal presence in the whole enterprise of advancing higher culture and that the students of these institutions become people outstanding in learning, ready to shoulder society’s heavier burdens and to witness the faith to the world” In the communication of knowledge, emphasis constitucni then placed on how human reason in its reflection opens to increasingly broader questions, and how the complete answer to them can only come from above through faith.

For the things of the earth and the concerns of faith constiutcin from the same God” Those involved in pastoral ministry will encourage teachers and students to become more aware of their responsibility towards those who are suffering physically or spiritually. It is open to all human experience and is ready to dialogue with and learn from any culture. AAS 79p. AAS 80pp. A University established or approved by the Eccleisae See, by an Episcopal Contitucin or another Assembly of Catholic Hierarchy, or by a diocesan Bishop is to incorporate these General Norms and their local and regional applications into its governing documents, and conform its existing Statutes both conwtitucin the General Norms and to their applications, and submit them for approval to the competent ecclesiastical Authority.

Et ex corde diligamus – Translation into English – examples Spanish | Reverso Context

A Catholic University must become more attentive to the cultures of the world of today, and to the various cultural traditions existing within the Church in a way that will promote a continuous and profitable dialogue between the Gospel and modern society.


Man’s life is given dignity by culture, and, while he finds his fullness in Christ, there can be ecclesjae doubt that the Gospel which reaches and renews him in every dimension is also fruitful for the culture in which he lives.

AAS apsotlicapp. Lay people have found in university activities a means by which they too could exercise an important apostolic role in the Church and, in most Catholic Universities today, the academic community is largely composed of laity; in increasing numbers, lay men and women are assuming important functions and responsibilities for the direction of these Institutions. It assists each of its members to achieve wholeness as human persons; in turn, everyone in the community helps in promoting unity, and each one, according to his or her role and capacity, contributes towards decisions which affect the community, and also towards maintaining and strengthening the distinctive Catholic character of the Institution.

AAS 72p.

By its very nature, each Catholic University makes an important contribution to the Church’s work of evangelization. While it is true that the Gospel cannot be identified with any particular culture and transcends all cultures, it is also true that “the Kingdom which the Gospel proclaims is lived by men and women who are profoundly linked to a culture, and the building up of the Kingdom cannot avoid borrowing the elements of human culture or cultures It is contemplated that other Catholic Universities, that is, those not established or approved in any of the above ways, with the agreement of the local ecclesiastical Authority, will make their own the General Norms and their local and regional applications, internalizing them into their governing documents, and, as far as possible, will conform their existing Statutes both to these General Norms and to their applications.

Other Catholic Universities are to communicate this information to the Bishop of the diocese in which the principal seat of the Institution is located. AAS 59p. The pronouncement by the Vatican that the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru is neither Catholic nor pontifical may be just the start.

The Christian spirit of service to others for the promotion of social justice is of particular importance for each Catholic University, to be shared by its teachers and developed in its students. A Catholic University shares in this, offering the rich experience of the Church’s own culture. It is invited in a special way to guard the rights and freedom of these Institutions in civil society, and to offer them economic aid, especially in those countries where they have more urgent need of it, and to furnish assistance in founding new Catholic Universities wherever this might be necessary.

A vital interaction of two distinct levels of coming to know the one truth leads to a greater love for truth itself, and contributes to a more comprehensive understanding of the meaning of human life and of the purpose of God’s creation.

It is dedicated to research, to teaching, and to various kinds of service in accordance with its cultural mission. Catholic members of this community will be offered opportunities to assimilate Catholic teaching and practice into their lives and will be encouraged to participate in the celebration of the sacraments, especially the Eucharist as the most perfect act of community worship. AAS 68p. According to their nature and proper objectives, they share some or all of the characteristics of a University and they offer their own contribution to the Church and to society, whether through research, education or professional training.


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For many years I myself was deeply enriched by the beneficial experience of university life: Edward Malloy, along with Fr. Beloved Brothers and Sisters, my encouragement and my trust go with you in your weighty daily task that becomes ever more important, more urgent and necessary on behalf of Evangelization for the future of culture and of all cultures.

In the world today, characterized by such rapid developments in science and technology, the tasks of a Ecclwsiae University assume an ever greater importance and urgency.

The Church sees their developing presence in these institutions both as a sign of hope and as a confirmation of the irreplaceable lay vocation in the Church exx in the world, confident that lay people will, in the exercise of their own distinctive role, “illumine and organize these temporal affairs in such a way that they always start out, develop, and continue according to Christ’s mind, to the praise of the Creator and the Redeemer” AAS 80p.

Translation of “Et ex corde diligamus” in English

Most especially, they are challenged to continue the search for truth and for meaning throughout their lives, since “the human spirit must be cultivated in such a way that there results a growth in its ability to wonder, to understand, to contemplate, to make personal judgments, and to develop a religious, moral, and social sense” In its unique manner, the Catholic University helps to manifest the superiority of the spirit, that can never, without the risk of losing its very self, be placed at the service of something other than the search for truth” It is necessary to work towards a higher synthesis of knowledge, in which alone lies the possibility of satisfying that thirst for truth which is profoundly inscribed on the heart of the human person” Having already dedicated the Apostolic Constitution Sapientia Christiana to Ecclesiastical Faculties and Universities 11I then felt obliged to propose an analogous Document for Catholic Universities as a sort of “magna carta”, enriched by the long and fruitful experience of the Church in the realm of Universities and open to the promise of future achievements that will require courageous creativity and rigorous fidelity.

These latter Institutions, including Ecclesiastical Faculties which are part of a Catholic University, are governed by the norms of the Apostolic Constitution Sapientia Christiana When the academic community includes members of other Churches, ecclesial communities or religions, their initiatives for reflection and prayer in accordance with their own beliefs are to be respected.

This concern, while it must be present in all research, is particularly important in the areas of science and technology. In a Catholic University, therefore, Catholic ideals, attitudes and principles penetrate and inform university activities in accordance with the proper nature and autonomy of these activities.

Having the mission of bringing the Good News to everyone, the Church should never fail to interest herself in this Institution.

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