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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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1 Int, 3| entrusted to the maternal care of the Church. Therefore 2 Int, 4| directed to the defence and care of human life, are increasingly 3 1, 12| greater acceptance, love and care is considered useless, or 4 1, 14| reached where the most basic care, even nourishment, is denied 5 1, 22| thus also to his loving care and "veneration". Life itself 6 1, 27| sacrifice and unselfish care which countless people lovingly 7 2, 34| entrusted to his responsible care, whereas for no reason can 8 2, 35| the son of man that you care for him?", the Psalmist 9 2, 39| but rather as part of his care and loving concern for his 10 2, 39| accepts, nurtures and takes care of her child: "I have calmed 11 2, 44| repeats the call to show care and respect, above all where 12 2, 44| steadfast love; and your care has preserved my spirit" ( 13 3, 57| 57. If such great care must be taken to respect 14 3, 57| entrusted to his or her care, nor can he or she consent 15 3, 58| entrusted to the protection and care of the woman carrying him 16 3, 62| guarded with the greatest care, while abortion and infanticide 17 3, 65| life, so long as the normal care due to the sick person in 18 3, 65| is a moral obligation to care for oneself and to allow 19 3, 65| called "methods of palliative care", which seek to make suffering 20 3, 66| profession are supposed to care for the sick person even 21 3, 76| preserve it with wisdom and to care for it with loving fidelity. 22 4, 85| individual human lives, care for the suffering or needy, 23 4, 87| specific attitude: we must care for the other as a person 24 4, 87| good. We need then to "show care" for all life and for the 25 4, 87| and to raise it. Similar care must be shown for the life 26 4, 88| minors or the mentally ill, care and relief centres for AIDS 27 4, 88| from recourse to palliative care, taking advantage of suitable 28 4, 88| merely be institutions where care is provided for the sick 29 4, 90| where needs are greater but care and support weaker.~If charity 30 4, 90| effectively possible to take care of children and the elderly.~ ~ 31 4, 92| is in greater need, the care which he or she receives 32 4, 93| concerned, attentive and loving care shown in the humble, ordinary 33 4, 94| promote a plan of pastoral care for families, capable of 34 4, 97| couples, as well as health - care and social workers, of the 35 Conc, 102| her acceptance and loving care for the life of the Incarnate 36 Conc, 105| her with his providential care. The same is true of the


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