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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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moral
   Chap.,  
1 Int, 4| significant cause of grave moral decline. Choices once unanimously 2 Int, 4| and rejected by the common moral sense are gradually becoming 3 1, 12| the climate of widespread moral uncertainty can in some 4 1, 13| obstinately continues to teach the moral unlawfulness of contraception. 5 1, 13| rejected. Certainly, from the moral point of view contraception 6 1, 13| differences of nature and moral gravity, contraception and 7 1, 14| diagnosis, which presents no moral objections if carried out 8 1, 18| level there is a growing moral sensitivity, more alert 9 1, 19| assessment of a cultural and moral nature, beginning with the 10 1, 21| systematic violation of the moral law, especially in the serious 11 1, 24| It is at the heart of the moral conscience that the eclipse 12 1, 24| a certain sense, of the "moral conscience" of society: 13 1, 24| which go against life. The moral conscience, both individual 14 1, 24| corruption and the darkest moral blindness.~And yet all the 15 1, 26| dedication and sacrifice, offer moral and material support to 16 1, 26| a praiseworthy human and moral sensitivity and a greater 17 1, 28| is properly religious and moral. It is a question of giving 18 1, 28| reaches its full religious and moral meaning when it flows from, 19 2, 32| every person's life in its moral and spiritual dimensions. 20 2, 42| biological laws but also to moral ones, which cannot be violated 21 3, 57| innocent human life is a moral truth clearly taught by 22 3, 57| of the absolute and grave moral illicitness of the direct 23 3, 57| act of disobedience to the moral law, and indeed to God himself, 24 3, 57| object to be used. Before the moral norm which prohibits the 25 3, 58| dangerous crisis of the moral sense, which is becoming 26 3, 58| conception to birth.~The moral gravity of procured abortion 27 3, 59| certainly in this case moral responsibility lies particularly 28 3, 60| from the standpoint of moral obligation, the mere probability 29 3, 61| as a particularly grave moral disorder. From its first 30 3, 61| any hesitation about the moral condemnation of abortion.~ ~ 31 3, 62| always constitutes a grave moral disorder, since it is the 32 3, 63| to every person. 75~This moral condemnation also regards 33 3, 63| accurate and systematic moral judgment is necessary. When 34 3, 65| 65. For a correct moral judgment on euthanasia, 35 3, 65| Certainly there is a moral obligation to care for oneself 36 3, 65| out of other religious and moral duties".79 In such a case, 37 3, 65| be able to satisfy their moral and family duties, and above 38 3 | 5:29): civil law and the moral law~ ~ 39 3, 68| should live according to moral standards higher than what 40 3, 68| choose between different moral opinions, and still less 41 3, 69| majority itself considers moral and actually practises. 42 3, 69| claim for themselves in the moral sphere the most complete 43 3, 69| out one's duties the only moral criterion should be what 44 3, 70| of the majority, whereas moral norms considered to be objective 45 3, 70| means and not an end. Its "moral" value is not automatic, 46 3, 70| depends on conformity to the moral law to which it, like every 47 3, 70| acknowledgment of an objective moral law which, as the "natural 48 3, 70| fundamental principles of the moral law, the democratic system 49 3, 70| that without an objective moral grounding not even democracy 50 3, 71| essential and innate human and moral values which flow from the 51 3, 71| relationship between civil law and moral law, which are put forward 52 3, 71| in scope than that of the moral law. But "in no sphere of 53 3, 72| conformity of civil law with the moral law is in continuity with 54 3, 72| Authority is a postulate of the moral order and derives from God. 55 3, 72| in contravention of the moral order, and hence of the 56 3, 74| s law. Indeed, from the moral standpoint, it is never 57 3, 74| Each individual in fact has moral responsibility for the acts 58 3, 74| injustice is not only a moral duty; it is also a basic 59 3, 75| way of life. The negative moral precepts, which declare 60 3, 75| this sense, the negative moral precepts have an extremely 61 3, 75| particular the negative moral precepts, are the beginning 62 3, 77| being. It resounds in the moral conscience of everyone as 63 4, 90| same time, certain that moral truth cannot fail to make 64 4, 95| life, and thus fall into moral subjectivism and certain 65 4, 97| reasons and in respect for the moral law, they choose to avoid 66 4, 97| being or indefinitely. The moral law obliges them in every 67 4, 97| choices in harmony with moral values. An honest appraisal 68 4, 97| promotion of education in the moral values which they presuppose.~ 69 4, 101| especially if it strikes at the moral conduct of people... But


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