In the Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World, today we continue in our final chapter on peace among nations
“Peace is not merely the absence of war; nor can it be reduced solely to the maintenance of a balance of power between enemies; nor is it brought about by dictatorship. Instead, it is rightly and appropriately called an enterprise of justice.”
Article 78 continues the introductory section by giving us a well-rounded look at what peace really means in the most fundamental sense.
Here is the Scripture reference: