Declaration on Religious Freedom

Paul VI, Declaration on Religious Freedom: Dignitatis Humanae (Second Vatican Council, 1965).

This declaration, arising out of Vatican II, marks a distinct change in the Church’s view of the coercive power of the state in matters of religious belief and practice. The declaration grounds this new view of religious freedom in the dignity of the person and the Church’s theory of the role of the state.

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