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In 1921, he disbanded the Sodality of Pius. C. Stopping the worst war in human history was his first concern. Ending it was his second. His first encyclical, Ad Beatissimi, condemned war and called for harmony among all peoples. When war broke out, he repeatedly condemned it, calling on all of the warring states to end the conflict with a just peace. He proclaimed that neither side had fulfilled the requirements of a just war. He called for mutual disarmament, an end of conscription, and the creation of an international body to preserve peace.
IV. The eighteenth century saw only further erosions of papal authority over the national Churches. Benedict XIV (1740–1758), who was in many ways a man of the Enlightenment, attempted to manage the process through concordats. These gained funds for the papacy, but continued to give away powers. 51 He spent energy focusing on pastoral care by bishops and preparing for the 1750 Jubilee. V. The Papacy and Enlightenment Liberalism A. Although a philosophe like Voltaire might admire a Benedict XIV, he had no use for organized religion.
58 Liberals seeking to defuse confrontations with modernity did not want the Syllabus as infallible. Radical Ultramontines believed that everything the pope taught was infallible. After much debate and prayer, it was defined by the council and pope as those teachings on faith and morals uttered ex cathedra by the pope. This, therefore, set limits, particularly regarding political matters outside of faith and morals. C. There was also the problem of hierarchy in the wake of ravages of revolution and the expansion of the Church.
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