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trained by them could " act freely, with their personal responsibility, and in their own environment, without involving their organisations, and with the direct purpose of bringing Christ and Hl doctrine to all human activities of the sphere in which they live and work."
On the other hand, the Archbishop continued. while the economy should be based on " the personal initiative of citizens ", this does not rule out the fact that " the State can, and at times should, intervene in management. adhering always to the principle of subsidiarity ". the government, and the delay caused by the ponderous creaking of state machinery touched off the fuse.