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Kamau Joseph Kariuki

Human Development as Integral Development

The Social Teaching of the Church in the Light of the Social Education and Ethics of Joseph Kentenich in an African Context


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Table of Contents

 

Dedication..... iii

Forward..... iv

Abstract.....v

Acknowledgements.....vii

List of Abbreviations..... ix

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0. 0. INTRODUCTION.....1

0.1. The Thesis and Overview of Study.....1

0.1.1. The Thesis of this Study ......1

0.1.2. The Overview of Study..... 2

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1.0. CHAPTER ONE:
THE SOCIO-CULTURAL CONTEXT OF KENYA FROM 1960 AND THE LOCAL ROMAN CATHOLIC CONTRIBUTION.....5

1.1. African Context and Underdevelopment.....5

1.1.1. Background and Rationale: Meaning of Underdevelopment......5

1.1.1.1. Geographical Setting of the African Context.....6

1.1.1.2. Eastern African Context and Sub-Saharan Heritage......9

1.2. Historical Scope of the African Context.....13

1.2.1. Colonial Heritage and English Liberalism ......15

1.2.2. Post-Colonial Independence and Neo-liberal Capitalism..... 24

1.3. The Causes of Underdevelopment: Ideologies, Mentalities, and the Search for Happiness......37

1.3.1. Background......37

1.3.1.2. Dominant Ideology.....40

1.4. Social Indicators of a Developing Economy.....44

1.4.1. Poverty: The Widening Rich–Poor Gap..... 45

1.4.2. Population: High Rates of Growth.....49

1.4.3. Undiversified and Uneven Investment.....55

1.4.4. Culture: The Colonialist Legacy.....57

1.4.5. Ethnicity: Mosaic Societies.....58

1.4.6. Ideology: Commitment to Change..... 61

1.5. A Call to Change..... 64

1.6. Local Roman Catholic Contribution and Kenya Episcopal Conference..... 68

1.7. Conclusion..... 87

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2.0. CHAPTER TWO :
THE SOCIAL EDUCATION AND ETHICS OF JOSEPH KENTENICH IN AN AFRICAN CONTEXT......90

2.0.1. Joseph Kentenich and the Religious Dimension of the Social Question.....90

2.0.2. Kentenich and the Apostolic Movement of Schoenstatt.....91

2.0.2.1. Biographical Note and History of Schoenstatt..... 93

2.0.2.2. The Three-fold Message and Mission of Schoenstatt.....103

2.1. The Religious Dimension of the Social Question: Spiritual Significance of Social Economic Analysis......108

2.1.1. Social Analysis of Modern Industrialism and the Spiritual Significance of the Social Question.....109

2.1.2. Structural Injustice and Poor Working Conditions.....115

2.2. The Solution for the Social Question: A Pedagogy for the Oppressed.....117

2.2.1. Aspects of a Pedagogy for the Oppressed: Self-Education and Social Education......121

2.2.1.1. Self-Education and Personality Style.....122

2.2.1.2. Social Education and Ethics.....123

2.3. Socio-ethical and Economic Implications of the Pedagogy for the Oppressed: Justice and Love......126

2.3.1. Deindustrialization of Religion and Economics......128

2.3.2. Re-personalization of Economic Relations: Property Ownership.....129

2.3.3. Re-personalization of Ecclesial Relationships: Economic Systems.....132

2.4. Implications: African Relevance......133

2.5. The Manifest Images of Man: Ideologies and Mentalities in Kenya.....135

2.6. Solutions: Re-personalization of Individual Initiatives and Local Communities.....137

2.6.1. Re-personalization of the Individual: Deindustrialization of the Mind......139

2.6.2. Deindustrialization of Ecclesial Relationships: Repersonalization of the Parochial Community and Parish Life......141

2.6.3. Re-personalization of Life in Associations.....145

2.6.4. Re-personalization of Community Awareness......151

2.7. Overview......153

2.8. Conclusion......157

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3.0. CHAPTER THREE :
THE PRE -VATICAN II SOCIAL TEACHING OF THE CHURCH AND THE HOLISTIC UNDER STANDING OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT.....159

3.1. Preamble......159

3.2. Leo XIII and the Church’s Holistic Understanding of Human Development.....171

3.2.1. Background..... 171

3.2.2. Church’s Holistic Understanding of Human Development......172

3.3. Pius XI and the Church’s Holistic Understanding of Human Development.....189

3.3.1. Background.....189

3.3.2. Church’s Holistic Understanding of Human Development..... 189

3.4. Pius XII and the Church’s Holistic Understanding of Human Development.....206

3.4.1. Background.....206

3.4.2. Church’s Holistic Understanding of Human Development..... 206

3.5. Conclusion..... 216

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4.0. CHAPTER FOUR:
THE CHURCH’S PRE VATICAN II RE MEDY FOR UNDER DEVELOPMENT.....219

4.1. Human Rights-based Development.....219

4.1.1. Human Rights and Theological Religious Significance..... 220

4.1.2. Human Rights-based Development ......226

4.2. Leo XIII and the Human Rights-based Development.....241

4.2.1. The Church’s Teaching..... 243

4.2.2. The State Intervention ......252

4.2.3. The Employers’ Contribution..... 255

4.2.4. Workers’ Initiative ......261

4.3. Pius XI and the Human Rights-based Development......262

4.3.1. The Right of Property and the Priority of Labor over Capital.....262

4.3.2. The Human Right to a Just Wage and the Emancipation of the Proletariat..... 268

4.4. Pius XII and the Human Rights - based Development.....270

4.4.1. The Modern Suppression of the Natural Rights......270

4.4.2. The Capitalist System and the Worker..... 271

4.5. Conclusion......273

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5.0. CHAPTER FIVE:
THE POST CONCILIAR SOCIAL TEACHING OF THE CHURCH AND THE HOLISTIC UNDER STANDING OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT.....274

5.1. Preamble......274

5.2. John XXIII and the Church’s Holistic Understanding of Human Development.....274

5.2.1. Background.....274

5.2.2. Church’s Holistic Understanding of Human Development..... 276

5.3. Paul VI and the Church’s Holistic Understanding of Human Development.....286

5.3.1. Background.....286

5.3.2. Church’s Holistic Understanding of Human Development..... 287

5.4. John Paul II and the Church’s Holistic Understanding of Human Development.....295

5.4.1. Background.....295

5.4.2. Church’s Holistic Understanding of Human Development......295

5.5. Conclusion......302

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6.0. CHAPTER SIX:
THE CHURCH’S POST CONCILIAR REMEDY FOR UNDER DEVELOPMENT: HUMAN RIGHTS-BASED DEVELOPMENT.....305

6.1. Preamble......305

6.2. John XXIII and the Human Rights – based Development.....308

6.2.1. Means-ends Relationship between Rights and Development.....308

6.2.2. World Peace and Integral Development.....310

6.3. Paul VI and the Human Rights-based Development..... 312

6.3.1. The Church’s Competence in the Social Question..... 313

6.3.2. The Church’s Remedy for Underdevelopment..... 319

6.4. John Paul II and the Human Rights-based Development.....327

6.4.1. The Subjective Meaning of Human Development ......334

6.4.2. The Objective Meaning of Human Development.....337

6.5. Benedict XVI and Human Rights-based Development......341

6.5.1. Charity and Rights-based Development.....345

6.5.1.1. Family Life Education and Rights-based Development.....347

6.5.1.2 Bioethics and Rights-based Development.....349

6.5.1.3. Freedom of Religion and Rights-based Development.....352

6.5.2. Means–end Relationship Between the Human Family and Development of People.....353

6.5.2.1. Evangelization and Development of People in Charity and Truth......357

6.6. Conclusion.....361

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7.0. CHAPTER SEVEN:
MISSING LINKS IN THE SOCIAL TEACHING OF THE CHURCH AND THE PRO POSED RE MEDY FOR UNDER DEVELOPMENT......362

7.1. Problem Statement: Central Question of Investigation......362

7.2. Remedy for Underdevelopment.....365

7.2.1. Background......365

7.2.2. Inculturated African Ethics of Human Development..... 370

7.2.3. Family Life Education and Small Christian Communities.....374

7.2.4. African Theology of Integral Development.....382

7.3. Conclusion ......393

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SOURCES OF ORIGINAL TEXTS OF ENCYCLICALS.....401

PRIMARY SOURCES.....402

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY.....414

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