La educación de los estudiantes en la universidad debe tener la misma dimensión académica y profesional con principios morales. Puede ser. Title: Constitución apostólica del sumo pontífice Juan Pablo II sobre las Universidades Católicas, Author: Universidad Católica Sedes Ex Corde Ecclesiae. Ex Corde Ecclesiae Update at · Constitucion Apostolica del Sumo Pontifice Juan Pablo II sobre las Universidades Catolicas.
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Translation of “Et ex corde diligamus” in English
The mission that the Church, with great hope, entrusts to Catholic Universities holds a cultural and religious meaning of vital importance because it concerns the very future of humanity. The application of the Constitution is committed to the Congregation for Catholic Education, which has the duty to promulgate the necessary directives that will serve towards that apoetlica.
The General Norms are to be applied concretely at the local and regional levels by Episcopal Conferences and other Assemblies of Catholic Hierarchy 43 in conformity with the Code of Canon Law and sx Church legislation, taking into account apostlifa Statutes of each University or Institute and, as far as possible and appropriate, civil law. Catholic Universities will seek to discern and evaluate both the aspirations and the contradictions of modern culture, in order to make it more suited to the total development of individuals and peoples.
Their mission appears increasingly necessary for the encounter of the Church with the development of the sciences and with the cirde of our age. The university community of many Catholic institutions includes members of other Churches, ecclesial communities and religions, and also those who profess no religious belief.
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A Catholic University’s privileged task is “to unite existentially by intellectual effort two orders of reality donstitucin too frequently tend to be placed in opposition as though they were antithetical: Because of their interrelated roles, dialogue between Bishops and theologians is essential; this is especially true today, when the results of research are so quickly and so constiutcin communicated through the media Nature and Objectives These General Norms are based on, and coonstitucin a further development of, the Code of Canon Law 42 and the complementary Church legislation, without prejudice to the right of the Holy See to intervene should this become necessary.
In its attempts to resolve these complex issues that touch on so many apostilca dimensions of human life and of society, a Catholic University will insist on cooperation among the different academic disciplines, apostlic offering its distinct contribution in the search for solutions; moreover, since the economic and personal resources of a single Institution are limited, cooperation in common research projects among Catholic Universities, as well as with other private and governmental institutions, is imperative.
It is the responsibility of the competent Authority to watch over these two fundamental needs in accordance with what is indicated in Canon Law 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 constithcin.
Men and women of science will truly aid humanity only if they preserve ‘the sense of the transcendence of the human person over the world and of God over the human person” Close cooperation between pastoral ministry in a Catholic University and the qpostlica activities within the local Church, under the guidance or with the approval of the diocesan Bishop, will contribute to their mutual growth It does this without fear but rather with enthusiasm, dedicating itself to every path of knowledge, aware of being preceded by him who is “the Way, the Truth, and the Life” 8the Logos, whose Spirit of intelligence and love enables the human person with his or her own intelligence to find the ultimate reality of which he is the source and end and who alone is capable of giving fully that Wisdom without which cinstitucin future of the world would be in danger.
Aided by the specific contributions of philosophy and theology, university scholars will be engaged in apostliica constant effort to determine the relative place and meaning of each of the various disciplines within the context of a vision of the human person and the world that is enlightened by the Gospel, and therefore by a faith in Christ, the Logos, as the centre of creation and of human history.
It will be the competence of the Congregation for Catholic Education, when with the passage of time circumstances require it, to propose changes to be made in the present Constitution in order that it may be adapted continuously to the needs of Catholic Universities.
AAS 57p. With every other University it shares that gaudium de veritate, so precious to Saint Augustine, which is that joy of searching for, discovering and communicating truth 2 in every field of knowledge.
Theology has its legitimate place in the University alongside other disciplines. Theologians enjoy this same freedom so long as they are faithful to these principles and methods. 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. Because knowledge is meant to serve the human person, research in a Catholic University is always carried out with a concern for the ethical and moral implications both of its methods and of its discoveries.
In a Catholic University, research necessarily includes a the search for an integration of knowledge, b a dialogue between faith and reason, c an ethical concern, and d a theological perspective.
Moreover, by offering the results of its scientific research, a Catholic University will be able to help the Church respond to the problems and needs of this age.
Et ex corde diligamus – Translation into English – examples Spanish | Reverso Context
In addition to Catholic Universities, I also turn to the many Catholic Institutions of higher education. While Vatican representatives say they have spent years trying to persuade the University of Peru to cords with Church guidelines for Catholic universities, most American Catholic colleges and universities have devoted several decades to ignoring them.
Their presence, in fact, is a continuous stimulus to the selfless search for truth and for the wisdom that comes from above.
In addition to assisting men and women in their continuing quest for the truth, this research provides an effective witness, especially necessary today, to the Church’s belief in the intrinsic value of knowledge and research. Induded among its research activities, therefore, will be a study of serious contemporary problems in areas such as the dignity of human life, the promotion of justice for all, the quality of personal and family life, the protection of nature, the search for peace and political stability, a more just sharing in the world’s resources, and a new economic and political order that will better serve the human community at a national and international level.
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. A Catholic University, therefore, is a place of research, aapostlica scholars scrutinize reality with the methods proper to each academic discipline, and so contribute to the treasury of human knowledge.
Universities, situated within the ambience of these cultures, will seek to harmonize local cultures with the positive contributions of modern ecclessiae. In its service to society, a Catholic University will relate especially to the academic, cultural and scientific world of the region in which it is located. AAS 71pp.
Bishops should encourage the creative work of theologians. The cause of the human person will only be served if knowledge is joined to conscience. For this reason, the entire ecclesial Community is invited to give its support to Catholic Institutions of higher education and to assist them in their process of development and renewal. Courses in Catholic doctrine are to be made available to all students 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.