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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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1 Int, 1| with dauntless fidelity as "good news" to the people of every 2 Int, 1| joyful news: "I bring you good news of a great joy which 3 Int, 2| being to have this primary good respected to the highest 4 Int, 4| opposed to the truth and the good of persons and nations.~ 5 Int, 4| difficult to distinguish between good and evil in what concerns 6 Int, 5| they reach all people of good will who are concerned for 7 Int, 5| who are concerned for the good of every man and woman and 8 1, 8| share the same fundamental good: equal personal dignity. 9 1, 19| choices the truth about good and evil, but only his subjective 10 1, 24| that of confusion between good and evil, precisely in relation 11 1, 24| Mt 6:22-23), calls "evil good and good evil" (Is 5:20), 12 1, 24| 23), calls "evil good and good evil" (Is 5:20), it is already 13 1, 27| the example of Jesus the "Good Samaritan" (cf. Lk 10:29- 14 1, 27| produce lasting fruit for the good of all.~Among the signs 15 1, 28| and dramatic clash between good and evil, death and life, 16 1, 28| before you this day life and good, death and evil. ... I have 17 2, 29| by sheer powerlessness: good can never be powerful enough 18 2 | 15:2): life is always a good~ ~ 19 2, 32| that their lives too are a good to which the Father's love 20 2, 32| raised up, the poor have good news preached to them" ( 21 2, 32| thus hear from him the "good news" of God's concern for 22 2, 32| one who "went about doing good and healing all that were 23 2, 34| 34. Life is always a good. This is an instinctive 24 2, 34| this is so.~Why is life a good? This question is found 25 2, 34| reason, discernment between good and evil, and free will: " 26 2, 34| understanding, and showed them good and evil" (Sir 17:7). The 27 2, 38| loves life because it is a good, this love will find further 28 2, 38| divine dimensions of this good. Similarly, the love which 29 2, 41| asks him: "Teacher, what good deed must I do, to have 30 2, 41| life, as the parable of the Good Samaritan shows so clearly ( 31 2, 41| 48; Lk 6:27-35), to "do good" to him (cf. Lk 6:27, 33, 32 2, 41| rise on the evil and on the good and sends rain on the just 33 2, 42| which respects the great good of life, of every life. 34 2, 43| himself who said, ?It is not good for man to be alone' (Gen 35 2, 46| and how can you reject the good pleasure of the Most High?" ( 36 2, 46| himself completely to the "good pleasure of the Most High", 37 2, 46| 103:3). When every hope of good health seems to fade before 38 2, 47| the Father to proclaim the good news to the poor and to 39 2, 47| state is not an absolute good for the believer, especially 40 2, 47| up his life for a greater good. As Jesus says: "Whoever 41 2, 47| existence is not an absolute good; what is more important 42 2, 48| before you this day life and good, death and evil. If you 43 2, 48| it is detached from the good; and the good, in its turn, 44 2, 48| detached from the good; and the good, in its turn, is essentially 45 2, 48| of life" (Sir 17:11). The good to be done is not added 46 2, 48| purpose of life is that good and only by doing it can 47 2, 48| shine forth once more as a good for man in himself and in 48 2, 49| for all the "gospel", the good news of God's lordship over 49 2, 50| In the early afternoon of Good Friday, "there was darkness 50 2, 50| conflict between the forces of good and the forces of evil, 51 2, 50| salvation by healing and doing good to all (cf. Acts 10:38). 52 3, 52| saying, ?Teacher, what good deed must I do, to have 53 3, 52| gospel" itself: joyful good news. The Gospel of life 54 3, 52| always and solely for his good, for the preservation of 55 3, 55| another's life, the common good of the family or of the 56 3, 56| conditions of the common good and are more in conformity 57 3, 57| itself or as a means to a good end. It is in fact a grave 58 3, 58| of distinguishing between good and evil, even when the 59 3, 58| Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness 60 3, 58| those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for 61 3, 66| become like God who "knows good and evil" (cf. Gen 3:5). 62 3, 67| always become a source of good. It becomes such if it is 63 3, 68| person is only a relative good: according to a proportionalist 64 3, 68| sheer calculation, this good should be compared with 65 3, 70| adoption of the "common good" as the end and criterion 66 3, 71| that of ensuring the common good of people through the recognition 67 3, 71| accepted today that the common good is best safeguarded when 68 3, 72| opposed not only to the good of the individual but also 69 3, 72| individual but also to the common good; as such they are completely 70 3, 72| of achieving the common good. Consequently, a civil law 71 3, 74| Christians, like all people of good will, are called upon under 72 3, 74| orientation to the true and the good, would be radically compromised. 73 3, 75| the entire horizon of the good (cf. Mt 5:48). The commandments, 74 4, 78| by the Father "to preach good news to the poor" (Lk 4: 75 4, 85| need toappreciate and make good use of the wealth of gestures 76 4, 87| situation; it is an indivisible good. We need then to "show care" 77 4, 89| the Gospel of life for the good of individuals and society.~ 78 4, 90| to lift their feelings of good will towards others to the 79 4, 90| the people and the common good, they have a duty to make 80 4, 90| be contrary to the common good. Although laws are not the 81 4, 91| religions and with all people of good will. No single person or 82 4, 93| commit oneself to the common good",121 solidarity also needs 83 4, 101| life is given to us as a good to be shared with all people: 84 4, 101| promotion of the common good. It is impossible to further 85 4, 101| impossible to further the common good without acknowledging and 86 4, 101| solidarity develop for the true good of the whole of human society.~ ~ 87 Conc, 104| a great struggle between good and evil, between light 88 Conc, 105| together with all people of good will, ~the civilization


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