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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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1 Int, 1| the Father, to which every person is freely called in the 2 Int | incomparable worth of the human person~ ~ 3 Int, 2| echo in the heart of every person - believer and non-believer 4 Int, 2| and uncertainties, every person sincerely open to truth 5 Int, 2| incomparable value of every human person.~The Church, faithfully 6 Int, 2| Gospel of the dignity of the person and the Gospel of life are 7 Int, 3| the integrity of the human person, such as mutilation, torments 8 Int, 4| out these acts against the person. In this way the very nature 9 Int, 5| rights of the worker as a person, so now, when another category 10 Int, 5| addressed to each and every person, in the name of God: respect, 11 1, 8| responsibility which every person has towards others. We cannot 12 1, 11| life of an actual human person.~ ~ 13 1, 12| in one way or another. A person who, because of illness, 14 1, 15| terrible outcome. In the sick person the sense of anguish, of 15 1, 15| on the one hand, the sick person, despite the help of increasingly 16 1, 15| those close to the sick person can be moved by an understandable 17 1, 16| and families and for every person's inviolable right to life, 18 1, 18| rights inherent in every person and prior to any Constitution 19 1, 18| inviolable rights of the person are solemnly proclaimed 20 1, 19| subject of rights only the person who enjoys full or at least 21 1, 19| affirmation that the human person, unlike animals and things, 22 1, 19| is at the service of the person and of his fulfilment through 23 1, 19| and social life, then the person ends up by no longer taking 24 1, 20| inviolable dignity of the person, but is made subject to 25 1, 20| the dignity of every human person, is betrayed in its very 26 1, 20| the dignity of every human person when the killing of the 27 1, 23| the other's richness as a person, it increasingly becomes 28 2, 29| proclamation of the very person of Jesus. Jesus made himself 29 2, 29| Thomas, and in him to every person, with the words: "I am the 30 2, 29| the actions and the very person of Jesus, man is given the 31 2, 32| the very meaning of every person's life in its moral and 32 2, 32| repentance" (Lk 5:31-32).~But the person who, like the rich land-owner 33 2, 35| and fulfilment of every person.~"What is man that you are 34 2, 36| image of God in his own person, but is tempted to offences 35 2, 40| the experience of every person: in the depths of his conscience, 36 2, 40| and the integrity of the person. It culminates in the positive 37 2, 41| longer a stranger for the person who must become a neighbour 38 2, 41| ceases to be an enemy for the person who is obliged to love him ( 39 2, 41| reverence and love for every person and the life of every person. 40 2, 41| person and the life of every person. This is the teaching which 41 2, 43| to Families: "When a new person is born of the conjugal 42 2, 43| himself: the genealogy of the person is inscribed in the very 43 2, 45| more so, the value of the person from the moment of conception 44 2, 46| health seems to fade before a person's eyes - so as to make him 45 2, 46| Illness does not drive such a person to despair and to seek death, 46 2, 50| one who was pierced, every person whose life is threatened 47 3, 52| amazement and gratitude in the person graced with freedom, and 48 3, 56| the dignity of the human person".48~ ~ 49 3, 57| it refers to the innocent person. And all the more so in 50 3, 57| infant or an adult, an old person, or one suffering from an 51 3, 57| incurable disease, or a person who is dying. Furthermore, 52 3, 57| or herself or for another person entrusted to his or her 53 3, 57| every man and woman as a person and not as an object to 54 3, 60| living being will be: a person, this individual person 55 3, 60| person, this individual person with his characteristic 56 3, 60| individual not be a human person?". 58~Furthermore, what 57 3, 60| probability that a human person is involved would suffice 58 3, 60| respected and treated as a person from the moment of conception; 59 3, 60| same moment his rights as a person must be recognized, among 60 3, 62| when it decrees that "a person who actually procures an 61 3, 63| once born, just as to every person. 75~This moral condemnation 62 3, 65| normal care due to the sick person in similar cases is not 63 3, 65| praise may be due to the person who voluntarily accepts 64 3, 65| right to deprive the dying person of consciousness without 65 3, 65| unacceptable killing of a human person. This doctrine is based 66 3, 66| conditioning may induce a person to carry out an action which 67 3, 66| the intention of another person to commit suicide and to 68 3, 66| it licit even when a sick person is no longer able to live".85 69 3, 66| pain; it does not kill the person whose suffering we cannot 70 3, 66| supposed to care for the sick person even in the most painful 71 3, 66| committed by others on a person who has in no way requested 72 3, 66| death. Thus the life of the person who is weak is put into 73 3, 67| disappearance of his own person. Man rebels against death 74 3, 67| Crucified. In this way, the person who lives his suffering 75 3, 67| Saint Paul, which every person who suffers is called to 76 3, 68| or a seriously disabled person is only a relative good: 77 3, 68| consequently, only that person would be able to decide 78 3, 70| the dignity of every human person, respect for inviolable 79 3, 71| safeguard the dignity of the person: values which no individual, 80 3, 71| which innately belong to the person, rights which every positive 81 3, 71| inviolable rights of the human person, and to facilitate the performance 82 3, 72| with full awareness by the person involved. But any State 83 3, 72| leads to the killing of the person whom society exists to serve, 84 3, 74| immoral intention of the person committing it. This cooperation 85 3, 74| Were this not so, the human person would be forced to perform 86 3, 75| with the dignity of the person created in his image. Such 87 3, 77| comes to and involves every person living in this world.~It 88 4, 80| eternal life", that every person's earthly life acquires 89 4, 80| the dignity of the human person is raised through grace. 90 4, 81| inseparable connection between the person, his life and his bodiliness. 91 4, 81| relationship with every person, which enables us to see 92 4, 81| the dignity of every human person, at every moment and in 93 4, 81| every condition of that person's life.~ ~ 94 4, 83| Creator and seeing in every person his living image (cf. Gen 95 4, 83| perceiving in the face of every person a call to encounter, dialogue 96 4, 83| revere and honour every person, as Paul VI invited us to 97 4, 84| which is born and in every person who lives or dies we see 98 4, 86| give one's life for the person loved (cf. Jn 15:13). They 99 4, 86| reveals the value of every person, and how life attains its 100 4, 87| care for the other as a person for whom God has made us 101 4, 87| in the womb and the old person who is suffering ornear 102 4, 88| Christian vision of the person, of the couple and of sexuality, 103 4, 90| of the dignity of every person; to search out people's 104 4, 90| which the dignity of each person is recognized and protected 105 4, 90| mandate, which calls that person to answer to God, to his 106 4, 90| which violates an innocent person's natural right to life 107 4, 90| disregarding the dignity of the person, undermine the very fabric 108 4, 91| which fail to respect the person and fundamental human rights, 109 4, 91| of good will. No single person or group has a monopoly 110 4, 92| precisely because he or she is a person; and if any family member 111 4, 95| full truth about the human person and about human life.~We 112 4, 96| life and freedom of the person their truest meaning.~No 113 4, 96| and freedom of every other person. Here especially one sees 114 4, 96| the dignity of the human person and the inviolability of 115 4, 97| which enriches the whole person, "manifests its inmost meaning 116 4, 97| inmost meaning in leading the person to the gift of self in love".128 117 4, 97| laws inscribed in their person. It is precisely this respect 118 4, 98| over having, 130 of the person over things. 131 This renewed 119 4, 98| and service to every other person, in the family and in society.~ 120 4, 98| information with respect for every person and a profound sense of 121 4, 99| acutely aware of the other person and, at the same time, confers 122 4, 99| open to accepting the other person: a person who is recognized 123 4, 99| accepting the other person: a person who is recognized and loved 124 4, 99| which comes from being a person and not from other considerations, 125 4, 101| to life of every innocent person - from conception to natural 126 4, 101| fundamental rights of the human person, especially of the weakest, 127 4, 101| such as the dignity of the person, justice and peace, but 128 4, 101| without a recognition of every person's dignity and without respect 129 Conc, 104| is also a figure of every person, every child, especially 130 Conc, 104| some fashion with every person".140 It is precisely in 131 Conc, 104| in the "flesh" of every person that Christ continues to


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