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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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suffering
   Chap.,  
1 1, 15| difficult to face and accept suffering, the temptation becomes 2 1, 15| to resolve the problem of suffering by eliminating it at the 3 1, 15| by intense and prolonged suffering can be a decisive factor. 4 1, 15| any meaning or value in suffering, but rather considers suffering 5 1, 15| suffering, but rather considers suffering the epitome of evil, to 6 1, 15| understanding of the mystery of suffering.~On a more general level, 7 1, 15| the sight of the patient's suffering, euthanasia is sometimes 8 1, 18| tragic situations of profound suffering, loneliness, a total lack 9 1, 23| existence.~In such a context suffering, an inescapable burden of 10 1, 23| women, children, the sick or suffering, and the elderly. The criterion 11 1, 26| developed for the unborn, the suffering and those in an acute or 12 2, 31| else, it is the problem of suffering which challenges faith and 13 2, 31| innocent man overwhelmed by suffering is understandably led to 14 2, 32| for those who are sick or suffering or in some way neglected 15 2, 43| brothers and sisters who are suffering in any way: the hungry, 16 2 | old age and at times of suffering~ ~ 17 3, 54| they do not suffer with the suffering, they do not acknowledge 18 3, 54| away the needy, oppress the suffering, they are advocates of the 19 3, 57| adult, an old person, or one suffering from an incurable disease, 20 3, 63| our brothers and sisters suffering from serious disabilities 21 3, 63| with great anguish and suffering, willingly accept gravely 22 3, 64| pleasure and well-being, suffering seems like an unbearable 23 3, 64| inexorably doomed to even greater suffering.~Furthermore, when he denies 24 3, 65| purpose of eliminating all suffering. "Euthanasia's terms of 25 3, 65| care", which seek to make suffering more bearable in the final 26 3, 65| who voluntarily accepts suffering by forgoing treatment with 27 3, 66| the life of someone who is suffering, euthanasia must be called 28 3, 66| not kill the person whose suffering we cannot bear. Moreover, 29 3, 67| supreme confrontation with suffering and death, especially when 30 3, 67| light on the mystery of suffering and death, and fill the 31 3, 67| also means recognizing that suffering, while still an evil and 32 3, 67| and free choice, in the suffering of Christ Crucified. In 33 3, 67| the person who lives his suffering in the Lord grows more fully 34 4, 81| Love also gives meaning to suffering and death; despite the mystery 35 4, 83| confronted by those who are sick, suffering, outcast or at death's door. 36 4, 84| its hidden mysteries, its suffering and its inevitable frailty, 37 4, 84| necessary to experience life, suffering and death in their fullest 38 4, 84| truth about birth, life, suffering and death, and will help 39 4, 85| human lives, care for the suffering or needy, closeness to the 40 4, 87| and the old person who is suffering ornear death - we have the 41 4, 87| life of the marginalized or suffering, especially in its final 42 4, 88| they should be places where suffering, pain and death are acknowledged 43 4, 92| example of the true meaning of suffering and death. They will be 44 4, 92| sensitive to all kinds of suffering around them and, even more, 45 4, 93| times of difficulty and suffering without losing hope. But 46 4, 97| avoid a consideration of suffering and death. These are a part 47 4, 97| harsh reality. Even pain and suffering have meaning and value when 48 4, 97| nature of the offering up of suffering which, experienced in communion 49 Conc, 103| live her motherhood amid suffering: "This child is set ...


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