Papal Encyclicals and Related Texts Library

We are grateful to our friends at Traditional Catholic for their extensive research in finding the following resources.

Papal Encyclicals Online ( features encyclicals of 43 Popes (from 13th century to present) in html text as well as kindle format. The Vatican website also lists encyclicals and other papal documents.

Some of the noteworthy encyclicals –

Bl. Piux IX – The Syllabus of Errors (1864)

Bl. Pius IX – Quanta Cura (1864, Condemning Current Errors)

Bl. Pius IX – Qui Pluribus (1846, On Faith and Religion)

St. Pius X – Pascendi Dominici Gregis (1907, On the Doctrine of the Modernists)

St. Pius X – Lamentabili Sane (1907, Condemning Errors of Modernism)

St. Pius X – Vehementer Nos (1906, Condemning Separation of Church and State)

St. Pius V – Quo Primum (1570, Promulgating the Tridentine Liturgy)

Pius XI – Quas Primas (1925, on the Kingship of Christ)

Gregory XVI – Mirari Vos (1832, On Liberalism and Religious Indifferentism)

Gregory XVI – Commissum Divinitus (1835, on Church and State)

Leo XIII – Quod Apostolici Muneris (1878, On Socialism)

Leo XIII – Arcanum (1880, On Christian Marriage)

Leo XIII – Diuturnum (1881, On the Origin of Civil Power)

Leo XIII – Inscrutabili Dei Consilio (1878, On the Evils of Society)

Leo XIII – Libertas Praestantissimum (1888, On the Nature of Human Liberty)

Leo XIII – Sapientiae Christianae (1890, On Christians as Citizens)

Leo XIII – Tametsi Futura Prospicientibus (1900, On Jesus Christ the Redeemer)

Leo XIII – Humanum GenusCustodi di Quella Fede and Inimica Vis (1884, 1892, On Freemasonry)

Benedict XVI – Summorum Pontificum (2007, Motu Propio on Tridentine Mass)

Oath Against Modernism (St. Pius X) – pdf

Catechism on Modernism according to the encyclical ‘Pascendi Dominici Gregis’ of His Holiness Pius X (J.B. Lemius) – pdf, text, kindle format


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