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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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1 Int, 5 | person, in the name of God: respect, protect, love and serve 2 1, 11 | new characteristics with respect to the past and which raise 3 1, 13 | responsible parenthood, lived in respect for the full truth of the 4 1, 14(14)| the Faith, Instruction on Respect for Human Life in its Origin 5 1, 16 | these serious problems with respect for the dignity of individuals 6 1, 18 | attacks go directly against respect for life and they represent 7 1, 20 | appearance of the strictest respect for legality is maintained, 8 1, 21 | in the serious matter of respect for human life and its dignity, 9 1, 23 | dignity - which demands respect, generosity and service - 10 1, 26 | sensitivity and a greater respect for life?~ ~ 11 2, 40 | is a forceful appeal for respect for the inviolability of 12 2, 41 | Pharisees, also with regard to respect for life: "You have heard 13 2, 44 | the call to show care and respect, above all where life is 14 2, 46 | present-day issues concerning respect for elderly and sick persons, 15 2, 48 | the barriers guaranteeing respect for life and the defence 16 2, 48 | must follow if it is to respect its own truth and to preserve 17 3, 52 | God demands that he love, respect and promote life. The gift 18 3, 52 | carried out with love and respect for God's plan. Man's lordship 19 3, 53(41)| the Faith, Instruction on Respect for Human Life in its Origin 20 3, 54 | positive attitude of absolute respect for life; it leads to the 21 3, 57 | great care must be taken to respect every life, even that of 22 3, 60 | guaranteed that unconditional respect which is morally due to 23 3, 60(58)| the Faith, Instruction on Respect for Human Life in its Origin 24 3, 61 | But they show such great respect for the human being in the 25 3, 63 | on the human embryo which respect the life and integrity of 26 3, 63 | have a right to the same respect owed to a child once born, 27 3, 63(74)| the Faith, Instruction on Respect for Human Life in its Origin 28 3, 68 | and social harmony, should respect this choice, even to the 29 3, 69 | facto unattainable, then respect for the freedom of the citizens - 30 3, 69 | and professional duties, respect for other people's freedom 31 3, 70 | guarantee tolerance, mutual respect between people and acceptance 32 3, 70 | is precisely the issue of respect for life which shows what 33 3, 70 | dignity of every human person, respect for inviolable and inalienable 34 3, 71 | but must only acknowledge, respect and promote.~Consequently 35 3, 71(90)| the Faith, Instruction on Respect for Human Life in its Origin 36 3, 71 | members of society enjoy respect for certain fundamental 37 3, 71 | way claim to be based on respect for the conscience of others, 38 3, 72 | fundamental principles of absolute respect for life and of the protection 39 3, 72 | contributes to lessening respect for life and opens the door 40 3, 74 | justified either by invoking respect for the freedom of others 41 3, 75 | minimum which they must respect and from which they must 42 3, 77 | an absolute imperative to respect, love and promote the life 43 3, 77 | concern to make unconditional respect for human life the foundation 44 4, 81 | can become saving events. Respect for life requires that science 45 4, 81 | Society as a whole must respect, defend and promote the 46 4, 82 | anthropological reasons upon which respect for every human life is 47 4, 85 | joy for a newborn life, respect for and protection of individual 48 4, 89 | commit himself to absolute respect for human life and its sacredness.~ 49 4, 89 | its sacredness.~Absolute respect for every innocent human 50 4, 90 | legislative projects which, with respect for all and in keeping with 51 4, 91 | always take into account and respect the primary and inalienable 52 4, 91 | employ methods which fail to respect the person and fundamental 53 4, 91 | This is the only way to respect the dignity of persons and 54 4, 92 | and they cultivate in them respect for others, a sense of justice, 55 4, 96 | full, and at the same time respect the life and freedom of 56 4, 97 | instils in them growing respect for life, and trains them 57 4, 97 | for serious reasons and in respect for the moral law, they 58 4, 97 | instinct and passion, and to respect the biological laws inscribed 59 4, 97 | person. It is precisely this respect which makes legitimate, 60 4, 98 | and if they are to grow in respect for and service to every 61 4, 98 | capable of commanding general respect and interest by reason of 62 4, 98 | love for others. With great respect they should also present 63 4, 98 | freedom of information with respect for every person and a profound 64 4, 101 | declares that unconditional respect for the right to life of 65 4, 101 | weak or marginalized. Only respect for life can be the foundation 66 4, 101 | person's dignity and without respect for his or her rights.~Nor


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