The relation of revelation to politics is a vast and most interesting question. In particular the continuing reflection of the Papacy on its own revelational mission and how the orders of the world are understood in its light are of abiding importance.

Here I will include entries plus a brief bibliography of essays on this general topic. The essays included are:

1) "The Pope on the Human Person";
2) "To Teach and Defend: The Intellectual Legacy of Paul VI,"
3) "The Teaching of Centesimus Annus";
4) "Alexander VI and John Paul II: Or, On Why Good Popes Cause More Difficulty than the Bad Popes,"
5) "The Spirit of Veritatis Splendor."
6) Bibliography of other essays on the papacy and political philosophy