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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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responsibility
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1 Int, 2| preserved with a sense of responsibility and brought to perfection 2 1, 8| and refuses to accept the responsibility which every person has towards 3 1, 8| people to refuse to accept responsibility for their brothers and sisters. 4 1, 12| mitigate the subjective responsibility of individuals, it is no 5 1, 13| kind of control or social responsibility.~It is frequently asserted 6 1, 13| mentality unwilling to accept responsibility in matters of sexuality, 7 1, 18| notable degree subjective responsibility and the consequent culpability 8 1, 22| sacred" entrusted to his responsibility and thus also to his loving 9 1, 26| with a generous sense of responsibility, are ready to accept children 10 1, 28| it, with the inescapable responsibility of choosing to be unconditionally 11 1, 28| more aware of the grace and responsibility which come to her from her 12 2, 29| and fulfil completely the responsibility of loving and serving, of 13 2, 41| to the point of accepting responsibility for his life, as the parable 14 2 | subdue it" (Gen 1:28): man's responsibility for life~ ~ 15 2, 42| 15), man has a specific responsibility towards the environment 16 2, 43| evident in the specific responsibility which he is given for human 17 2, 43| human life as such. It is a responsibility which reaches its highest 18 3, 52| esteemed, with a deep sense of responsibility. In giving life to man, 19 3, 59| certainly in this case moral responsibility lies particularly with those 20 3, 59| for promoting life.~But responsibility likewise falls on the legislators 21 3, 59| general and no less serious responsibility lies with those who have 22 3, 59| abortion goes beyond the responsibility of individuals and beyond 23 3, 66| lessening or removing subjective responsibility, suicide, when viewed objectively, 24 3, 69| the law itself. Individual responsibility is thus turned over to the 25 3, 74| individual in fact has moral responsibility for the acts which he personally 26 3, 74| can be exempted from this responsibility, and on the basis of it 27 3, 76| this way we exercise our responsibility towards the persons entrusted 28 3, 76| believers and awakens in them a responsibility for sharing the gift of 29 4, 79| is a properly "ecclesial" responsibility, which requires concerted 30 4, 79| eliminate or lessen the responsibility of each individual, called 31 4, 83| invitation to freedom and responsibility. It is the outlook of those 32 4, 87| with a renewed sense of responsibility, must continue to write 33 4, 89| individuals and society.~A unique responsibility belongs to health-care personnel: 34 4, 89| of this temptation their responsibility today is greatly increased. 35 4, 90| different ways, all have a responsibility for shaping society and 36 4, 90| This task is the particular responsibility of civil leaders. Called 37 4, 90| many, the sense of personal responsibility in the consciences of individuals 38 4, 90| one can ever renounce this responsibility, especially when he or she 39 4, 91| public authorities have a responsibility to "intervene to orient 40 4, 91| primary and inalienable responsibility of married couples and families, 41 4, 91| freedom and with genuine responsibility. They must then make efforts 42 4, 91| are everyone's task and responsibility. On the eve of the Third 43 4, 92| the family has a decisive responsibility. This responsibility flows 44 4, 92| decisive responsibility. This responsibility flows from its very nature 45 4, 92| Gospel of life. This is a responsibility which first concerns married 46 4, 98| An important and serious responsibility belongs to those involved


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