List of encyclicals of Pope Pius VI

Pope Pius VI issued 27 Papal Encyclicals during his reign as Pope:

No. Title (Latin) Title (English translation) Subject Date
1. Inscrutabile divinae Inscrutable On the problems of the Pontificate 25 December 1775
2. Summa Dei 25 December 1775
3. Suprema Disposition (Papal bull) The abbey of Saint-Dié as an episcopal see 1777
4. Nuper pro 6 March 1779
5. Super soliditate 28 November 1786
6. Quod aliquantum 10 March 1791
7. Cum populi 13 April 1791
8. Charitas quae Charitas On the Civil Oath in France 13 April 1791
9. Adeo nota 23 April 1791
10. Quo luctu 4 May 1791
11. Ancorché antichissimo 5 November 1791
12. In gravissimis 19 March 1792
13. Novae hae litterae 19 March 1792
14. Ubi communis 4 April 1792
15. Dum nos 19 April 1792
16. Quo fluctu 30 May 1792
17. Ubi lutetiam 13 June 1792
18. Ignotae nemini 21 November 1792
19. Quae causa 24 November 1792
20. Perpensis circumstantiis 10 December 1792
21. Quare lacrymae 17 June 1793
22. Ad nostras manus 31 July 1793
23. Auctorem Fidei 28 August 1794
24. Christi Ecclesiae 30 December 1797
25. Constantiam vestram 10 November 1798
26. Cum nos superiori 13 November 1798
27. Quoties animo 13 August 1799
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