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Rerum Novarum, the opening words and the title of the Encyclical issued by Leo XIII, May 15, 1891, on the "Condition of Labor". Although the Encyclical follows the lines of the traditional teaching concerning the rights and duties of property and the relations of employed and employee, it applies the old doctrines specifically to modern conditions.

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If you are searching the meaning of daily work, read it.
From grand scale of God's purpose and small details of working hour, holifay and wages, Pope Leo XIII provided insightful knowledge.

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Life, Liberty, Property, Needed Fortune, and P/H

A profoundly excellent read on the dignity of workers! Very reflective. I highly recommend this!

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Got to of Pope Leo

I had to read this book to wash the taste of "The Just" out of my brain