Sollicitudo omnium ecclesiarum
Sollicitudo omnium ecclesiarum (The care of all Churches) was a papal bull issued in 1814 by Pope Pius VII, reestablishing the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) after its suppression by the 1773 bull issued by Clement XIV, Dominus ac Redemptor. Nevertheless the order continued to exist in some places. Pius VII had earlier, with the brief Catholicae Fidei (March 7, 1801), approved the existence of the Society of Jesus in Russia. The then-Vicar General, Franciszek Kareu, was declared "Superior General of the Jesuits in Russia."
- Frank Leslie Cross and Elizabeth A. Livingstone; and Elizabeth A. Livingstone (2005). The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church. Oxford University Press. p. 366.
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