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2017/03/23 20:24:26 (permalink)

noticed something interesting when browsing the web.

I came across this article while having a random thought about slavery , and whether or not it really is intrinsically evil.
http://www.catholiceducation.org/en/controversy/common-misconceptions/let-my-people-go-the-catholic-church-and-slavery.html
 
I also had opened this site a few day before and still had this tab open
http://www.catholicsandcontraception.com/past-teaching-errors/
 
It might seem interesting to spark a discussion here about this,
as the site talks about past teaching errors , and the other site also has some good points ,
both clarifying the stance that chattel slavery is evil,
and admitting to not finding other , more humane forms of slavery always and everywhere evil.
 
I am interested to hear your opinion on this .
May God bless you 
-Kevin
 
 

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    Re: noticed something interesting when browsing the web. 2017/04/03 17:39:24 (permalink)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_Paul_III
    Interesting that according to the scholar Stogre in 92, 
    the executing brief for Sublimus Dei was annuled the year after.
    you know the bull that Slaves ought to be treated humanely.
     
     Stogre (1992) notes that "Sublimus Dei" is not present in Denzinger, the authoritative compendium of official teachings of the Catholic Church, and that the executing brief for it ("Pastorale officium") was annulled the following year in "Non Indecens Videtur"
     
    Should reread it later to see if it is mentioned inthe apologetic narrative.
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