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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
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1 1, 7 | 7. "God did not make death, and he does not delight 2 1, 7 | does not delight in the death of the living. For he has 3 1, 7 | through the devil's envy death entered the world, and those 4 1, 7 | the painful experience of death which enters the world and 5 1, 7 | man's entire existence. Death came into the world as a 6 1, 7 | Gen 2:17, 3:17-19). And death entered it in a violent 7 1, 9 | desire to avenge Abel's death. Not even a murderer loses 8 1, 9 | correction rather than the death of a sinner, did not desire 9 1, 10 | What of the spreading of death caused by reckless tampering 10 1, 12 | a veritable "culture of death". This culture is actively 11 1, 14 | is exposed to the risk of death, generally within a very 12 1, 15 | at the root, by hastening death so that it occurs at the 13 1, 15 | they can control life and death by taking the decisions 14 1, 15 | overcome and crushed by a death deprived of any prospect 15 1, 15 | criteria which verify the death of the donor.~ ~ 16 1, 18 | terms of the phenomena of death which characterize it but 17 1, 18 | birth and the moment of death.~On the one hand, the various 18 1, 19 | denied that such a culture of death, taken as a whole, betrays 19 1, 20 | against others. This is the death of true freedom: "Truly, 20 1, 21 | life" and the "culture of death", we cannot restrict ourselves 21 1, 22 | relation to life at birth or at death, man is no longer capable 22 1, 22 | and dominating birth and death. Birth and death, instead 23 1, 22 | birth and death. Birth and death, instead of being primary 24 1, 24 | encourages the "culture of death", creating and consolidating 25 1, 24 | carrying out works deserving of death, and "they not only do them 26 1, 25 | Christ is no longer a sign of death, of definitive separation 27 1, 25 | will be victorious. "And death shall be no more", exclaims 28 1, 25 | definitive victory over death, when there "shall come 29 1, 25 | saying that is written: ?Death is swallowed up in victory'. ? 30 1, 25 | swallowed up in victory'. ?O death, where is your victory? 31 1, 25 | where is your victory? O death, where is your sting?' " ( 32 1, 26 | they are by the "culture of death". It would therefore be 33 1, 27 | public opposition to the death penalty, even when such 34 1, 28 | clash between good and evil, death and life, the "culture of 35 1, 28 | and life, the "culture of death" and the "culture of life". 36 1, 28 | this day life and good, death and evil. ... I have set 37 1, 28 | set before you life and death, blessing and curse; therefore 38 1, 28 | life" and the "culture of death". But the call of Deuteronomy 39 1, 28 | positively the conflict between death and life in which we are 40 1, 28 | Lord, who has conquered death; faith in the blood of Christ " 41 2, 29 | but especially through his death and glorious Resurrection 42 2, 29 | the darkness of sin and death, and to raise us up to life 43 2, 31 | because of the threat of death hanging over all its newborn 44 2, 31 | bitter in soul, who long for death, but it comes not, and dig 45 2, 33 | and became obedient unto death, even death on a cross. 46 2, 33 | obedient unto death, even death on a cross. Therefore God 47 2, 33 | It is precisely by his death that Jesus reveals all the 48 2, 36 | human life and introduced death into the world, the redemptive 49 2, 39 | Gen 9:6).~Human life and death are thus in the hands of 50 2, 39 | 10). "The Lord brings to death and brings to life; he brings 51 2, 39 | It is I who bring both death and life" (Dt 32:39). ~But 52 2, 39 | and opposes the powers of death arising from sin: "God did 53 2, 39 | from sin: "God did not make death, and he does not delight 54 2, 39 | does not delight in the death of the living. For he created 55 2, 40 | punishment and even the death penalty. But the overall 56 2, 44 | hope of new life beyond death: "I do not know how you 57 2, 46 | should one act in the face of death? The believer knows that 58 2, 46 | nor is he the master of death. In life and in death, he 59 2, 46 | of death. In life and in death, he has to entrust himself 60 2, 46 | person to despair and to seek death, but makes him cry out in 61 2, 47 | him (cf. Jn 10:15). The death of John the Baptist, precursor 62 2, 48 | this day life and good, death and evil. If you obey the 63 2, 49 | that we have passed out of death into life, because we love 64 2, 50 | of evil, between life and death. Today we too find ourselves 65 2, 50 | between the "culture of death" and the "culture of life". 66 2, 50 | is made manifest.~By his death, Jesus sheds light on the 67 2, 50 | meaning of the life and death of every human being. Before 68 2, 50 | Paradise" (Lk 23:43). After his death "the tombs also were opened, 69 2, 51 | spirit describes Jesus' death, a death like that of every 70 2, 51 | describes Jesus' death, a death like that of every other 71 2, 51 | which Jesus ransoms us from death and opens before us a new 72 3, 53 | does not delight in the death of the living (cf. Wis 1: 73 3, 53 | therein: for through his envy death entered the world (cf. Wis 74 3, 53 | him to projects of sin and death, making them appear as goals 75 3, 54 | way of life and a way of death; there is a great difference 76 3, 54 | shall not put a child to death by abortion nor kill it 77 3, 54 | it is born ... The way of death is this: ... they show no 78 3, 56 | place the problem of the death penalty. On this matter 79 3, 59 | too who decide upon the death of the child in the womb. 80 3, 59 | place at the service of death skills which were acquired 81 3, 61 | already born or puts it to death at birth. He who will one 82 3 | It is I who bring both death and life" (Dt 32:39): the 83 3, 64 | themselves facing the mystery of death. Today, as a result of advances 84 3, 64 | must be freed at all costs. Death is considered "senseless" 85 3, 64 | that is, to take control of death and bring it about before 86 3, 64 | symptoms of the "culture of death", which is advancing above 87 3, 65 | and by intention causes death, with the purpose of eliminating 88 3, 65 | In such situations, when death is clearly imminent and 89 3, 65 | condition in the face of death. 78~In modern medicine, 90 3, 65 | duties".79 In such a case, death is not willed or sought, 91 3, 65 | reason": 80 as they approach death people ought to be able 92 3, 66 | sovereignty over life and death, as proclaimed in the prayer 93 3, 66 | have power over life and death; you lead men down to the 94 3, 66 | hanging between life and death, he begs for help in freeing 95 3, 66 | the power over life and death: "It is I who bring both 96 3, 66 | It is I who bring both death and life" (Dt 32:39; cf. 97 3, 66 | uses it for injustice and death. Thus the life of the person 98 3, 67 | confrontation with suffering and death, especially when faced with 99 3, 67 | us: "It is in the face of death that the riddle of human 100 3, 67 | person. Man rebels against death because he bears in himself 101 3, 67 | This natural aversion to death and this incipient hope 102 3, 67 | One who, by his redemptive death, has set man free from death, " 103 3, 67 | death, has set man free from death, "the wages of sin" (Rom 104 3, 67 | mystery of suffering and death, and fill the believer with 105 3, 67 | means experiencing one's death as the supreme act of obedience 106 3, 67 | 8), being ready to meet death at the "hour" willed and 107 3, 77 | by all too many signs of death, may at last witness the 108 4, 80 | comes from sin and leads to death, 104 this Gospel exceeds 109 4, 81 | meaning to suffering and death; despite the mystery which 110 4, 82 | from Christ, who by his Death and Resurrection has overcome 111 4, 83 | suffering, outcast or at death's door. Instead, in all 112 4, 84 | experience life, suffering and death in their fullest meaning. 113 4, 84 | birth, life, suffering and death, and will help us to live 114 4, 87 | time, when the "culture of death" so forcefully opposes the " 115 4, 87 | who is suffering ornear death - we have the opportunity 116 4, 88 | where suffering, pain and death are acknowledged and understood 117 4, 89 | life, or even agents of death. In the face of this temptation 118 4, 89 | and euthanasia. "Causing death" can never be considered 119 4, 92 | its members, from birth to death. It is truly "the sanctuary 120 4, 92 | meaning of suffering and death. They will be able to do 121 4, 92(120)| Attitudes towards Life and Death: a Challenge for Evangelization" ( 122 4, 93 | from conception to natural death, but rather protect and 123 4, 95 | life" and the "culture of death", there is need to develop 124 4, 97 | consideration of suffering and death. These are a part of human 125 4, 97 | essence of the Redemption".129 Death itself is anything but an 126 4, 97 | participation in the mystery of his Death and Resurrection.~ ~ 127 4, 100 | promoting the "culture of death" and the means at the disposal 128 4, 101 | from conception to natural death - is one of the pillars 129 Conc, 102 | life on the Cross. By his death Christ will conquer death 130 Conc, 102 | death Christ will conquer death and become for all humanity 131 Conc, 102 | condemnation to final and eternal death.~For this reason, Mary, " 132 Conc | Death shall be no more" (Rev 21: 133 Conc, 105 | in her struggle against death. Showing us the Son, the 134 Conc, 105 | that in him the forces of death have already been defeated: " 135 Conc, 105 | already been defeated: "Death with life contended: combat 136 Conc, 105 | the power of life over death. In the "new Jerusalem", 137 Conc, 105 | history is travelling, "death shall be no more, neither


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