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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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1 Int, 2| relative character of each individual's earthly life. After all, 2 Int, 3| 3. Every individual, precisely by reason of 3 Int, 4| the name of the rights of individual freedom, and on this basis 4 1, 15| fragile equilibrium of an individual's personal and family life, 5 1, 15| in this case is that the individual is overcome and crushed 6 1, 18| legitimate expressions of individual freedom, to be acknowledged 7 1, 18| value and dignity of every individual as a human being, without 8 1, 19| which exalts the isolated individual in an absolute way, and 9 1, 20| freedom is guaranteed to each individual. In this way, any reference 10 1, 24| question, above all, of the individual conscience, as it stands 11 1, 24| The moral conscience, both individual and social, is today subjected, 12 1, 24| the conscience of every individual: it is always from this 13 2, 44| 1:5): the life of every individual, from its very beginning, 14 3, 57| progressive weakening in individual consciences and in society 15 3, 57| Episcopal Conferences or by individual Bishops. The Second Vatican 16 3, 60| will be: a person, this individual person with his characteristic 17 3, 60| life: how could a human individual not be a human person?". 58~ 18 3, 62| excommunication is to make an individual fully aware of the gravity 19 3, 63| condition of health, or its individual survival",74 it must nonetheless 20 3, 69| legislative level the autonomy of individual consciences be acknowledged. 21 3, 69| for the freedom of each individual, with the sole limitation 22 3, 69| down by the law itself. Individual responsibility is thus turned 23 3, 70| of the dignity of every individual and of solidarity between 24 3, 71| person: values which no individual, no majority and no State 25 3, 71| promoted, and that each individual is enabled to perform his 26 3, 72| right belonging to every individual. Consequently, laws which 27 3, 72| to life proper to every individual; they thus deny the equality 28 3, 72| only to the good of the individual but also to the common good; 29 3, 74| it or requires it. Each individual in fact has moral responsibility 30 3, 76| entrusted the life of every individual to his or her fellow human 31 3, 77| life, is binding on every individual human being. It resounds 32 4, 78| action, according to their individual charisms and ministry.~This 33 4, 79| the responsibility of each individual, called by the Lord to " 34 4, 83| life, who has created every individual as a "wonder" (cf. Ps 139: 35 4, 83| for the mystery of every individual's call to share through 36 4, 85| respect for and protection of individual human lives, care for the 37 4, 85| purpose should be to foster in individual consciences, in families, 38 4, 93| through daily prayer, both individual prayer and family prayer. 39 4, 95| culture of life today among individual Christians, families, groups


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