„[Peace must be] founded on truth, built according to justice, vivified and integrated by charity, and put into practice in freedom.“

—  Jan XXIII., Pacem in Terris

Pacem in Terris (11 April 1963), ¶ 167
Originál: (la) [Pacem esse] dicimus in veritate positam, ad iustitiae praecepta constitutam, caritate altam et expletam, libertate postremo auspice effectam.

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