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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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euthanasia
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1 Int, 3 | murder, genocide, abortion, euthanasia, or wilful self-destruction, 2 1, 8 | context of family or kinship, euthanasia is encouraged or practised.~ 3 1, 15 | all this in the spread of euthanasia - disguised and surreptitious, 4 1, 15 | the patient's suffering, euthanasia is sometimes justified by 5 1, 15 | serious and real, forms of euthanasia. These could occur for example 6 1, 17 | sterilization, abortion and even euthanasia as a mark of progress and 7 1, 20 | permitting abortion and euthanasia are the result of a ballot 8 1, 20 | abortion, infanticide and euthanasia, and to recognize that right 9 1, 27 | successful, to legalize euthanasia, movements and initiatives 10 3, 57(52)| the Faith, Declaration on Euthanasia Iura et Bona (5 May 1980), 11 3, 63 | legitimizing infanticide and euthanasia as well.~And yet the courage 12 3 | Dt 32:39): the tragedy of euthanasia~ ~ 13 3, 64 | grows to have recourse to euthanasia, that is, to take control 14 3, 65 | correct moral judgment on euthanasia, in the first place a clear 15 3, 65 | definition is required. Euthanasia in the strict sense is understood 16 3, 65 | eliminating all suffering. "Euthanasia's terms of reference, therefore, 17 3, 65 | in the methods used".76~Euthanasia must be distinguished from 18 3, 65(76)| the Faith, Declaration on Euthanasia Iura et Bona (5 May 1980), 19 3, 65 | equivalent of suicide or euthanasia; it rather expresses acceptance 20 3, 65(79)| the Faith, Declaration on Euthanasia Iura et Bona, III: AAS 72 ( 21 3, 65 | Catholic Church, I confirm that euthanasia is a grave violation of 22 3, 66(84)| the Faith, Declaration on Euthanasia Iura et Bona (5 May 1980), 23 3, 66 | someone who is suffering, euthanasia must be called a false mercy, 24 3, 66 | bear. Moreover, the act of euthanasia appears all the more perverse 25 3, 66 | terminal stages.~The choice of euthanasia becomes more serious when 26 3, 68 | permitting abortion and euthanasia.~At other times, it is claimed 27 3, 68 | right even to abortion and euthanasia. Moreover the prohibition 28 3, 68 | punishment of abortion and euthanasia in these cases would inevitably 29 3, 71 | toleration of abortion or of euthanasia can in no way claim to be 30 3, 72 | beings through abortion or euthanasia are in complete opposition 31 3, 72 | such is not the case in euthanasia, when it is requested with 32 3, 72 | and promote abortion and euthanasia are therefore radically 33 3, 72 | authorizing abortion or euthanasia ceases by that very fact 34 3, 73 | 73. Abortion and euthanasia are thus crimes which no 35 3, 73 | law permitting abortion or euthanasia, it is therefore never licit 36 4, 81 | reason procured abortion and euthanasia are absolutely unacceptable. 37 4, 85 | seriousness of abortion and euthanasia, without neglecting other 38 4, 89 | to procured abortion and euthanasia. "Causing death" can never 39 4, 94 | temptation to resort to euthanasia can more easily arise.~Neglect


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