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Important Conclusions In Centesimus Annus The encyclical letter Centesimus Annus was written on the one hundredth anniversary of Pope Leo XIII encyclical letter Rerum Novarum Centesimus Annus was written to honor Rerum Novarum but to also honor the encyclicals and documents that helped Rerum Novarum become such an important part of history Pope John Paul II writes that the purposes of Centesimus Annus are to look back at Rerum Novarum to look at the new things that surround us and to look to the future for it is hard to tell what will happen in the next millennium Centesimus Annus has many very important points and the Pope concludes them with lots of different reasons on why they are so significantOver the next few pages I will give the three most important conclusions do the best to my knowledge to try and give reasons that the pope gives to support his claims The three conclusions range from how a business can be successful to the roles that businesses have their countries to grow and to government businesses and societys role in human growth The first of the three important conclusions that the pope draws upon starts with the assumption that profit is the goal of every business and that a business is successful if they make a profit This is true but according to the pope in Centesimus Annus the business will be truly successful if they place more emphasis on the following topics placing more stress on worker to worker relations the dignity of work and the developing of skills as well as virtue The pope first stresses his argument in section 35 saying It is possible for the financial accounts to be in order a yet for the people who make up the firms most valuable asset to be humiliated the purpose of a business firm is not simply to make profit but is to be found in its very existence
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