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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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society
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1 Int, 3| indeed. They poison human society, and they do more harm to 2 Int, 5| destiny of the whole of society! ~ ~ 3 1, 8| lack of solidarity towards society's weakest members - such 4 1, 11| worse by the complexity of a society in which individuals, couples 5 1, 12| which encourage an idea of society excessively concerned with 6 1, 15| and which weigh heavily on society. Thus it is proposed to 7 1, 17| consensus on the part of society, from widespread legal approval 8 1, 18| because it is occurring in a society which makes the affirmation 9 1, 20| serious distortion of life in society. If the promotion of the 10 1, 20| to defend oneself. Thus society becomes a mass of individuals 11 1, 20| be found, if one wants a society in which the maximum possible 12 1, 24| the "moral conscience" of society: in a way it too is responsible, 13 1, 24| large part of contemporary society looks sadly like that humanity 14 1, 26| Christian community and in civil society, at the local, national 15 1, 27| life of individuals and of society itself loses its most genuinely 16 1, 27| defence" on the part of society. Modern society in fact 17 1, 27| part of society. Modern society in fact has the means of 18 2, 29| about significant changes in society. Still less is it an illusory 19 2, 32| in some way neglected by society. On a deeper level they 20 2, 46| enrichment for the family and for society.~Old age is characterized 21 3, 53| of all life together in society. He is the "goel", the defender 22 3, 55| life of individuals and society, Christian reflection has 23 3, 56| the Church and in civil society, to demand that it be applied 24 3, 56| with God's plan for man and society. The primary purpose of 25 3, 56| of the punishment which society inflicts is "to redress 26 3, 56| possible otherwise to defend society. Today however, as a result 27 3, 57| individual consciences and in society of the sense of the absolute 28 3, 59| serious wound inflicted on society and its culture by the very 29 3, 59| very people who ought to be society's promoters and defenders. 30 3, 61| customs rampant in that society, as is clearly shown by 31 3, 64| the right to demand that society should guarantee him the 32 3, 64| by their families and by society, which are organized almost 33 3, 66| one belongs, and towards society as a whole. 84 In its deepest 34 3, 66| the one who is strong; in society the sense of justice is 35 3, 68| to necessary control by society and would be carried out 36 3, 68| a modern and pluralistic society people should be allowed 37 3, 69| the legal system of any society should limit itself to taking 38 3, 70| for the sake of peace in society. While one acknowledges 39 3, 71| necessary, for the future of society and the development of a 40 3, 71| ensure that all members of society enjoy respect for certain 41 3, 71| majority of the members of society - an offence against other 42 3, 71| others, precisely because society has the right and the duty 43 3, 72| killing of the person whom society exists to serve, is what 44 3, 77| foundation of a renewed society.~We are asked to love and 45 4, 80| penetrate every part of society.~ ~ 46 4, 81| his integral development. Society as a whole must respect, 47 4, 85| the Church and in civil society a recognition of the meaning 48 4, 87| being in the Church and society many forms of service to 49 4, 89| good of individuals and society.~A unique responsibility 50 4, 90| responsibility for shaping society and developing cultural, 51 4, 90| contribute to the building of a society in which the dignity of 52 4, 90| conscience and to the whole of society for choices which may be 53 4, 90| undermine the very fabric of society.~The Church well knows that 54 4, 94| life", as the cell of a society which loves and welcomes 55 4, 96| and the ground is laid for society to be at the mercy of the 56 4, 98| person, in the family and in society.~Intellectuals can also 57 4, 99| every aspect of the life of society, and overcome all discrimination, 58 4 | is for the whole of human society~ ~ 59 4, 101| pillars on which every civil society stands, she "wants simply 60 4, 101| is for the whole of human society. To be actively pro-life 61 4, 101| contribute to the renewal of society through the promotion of 62 4, 101| from which they develop. A society lacks solid foundations 63 4, 101| precious and essential goods of society, such as democracy and peace.~ 64 4, 101| operative climate of life in society".137~The "people of life" 65 4, 101| good of the whole of human society.~ ~


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