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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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conscience
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1 Int, 3| sentiment of every upright conscience: "Whatever is opposed to 2 Int, 4| disturbing is the fact that conscience itself, darkened as it were 3 1, 11| of "eclipse", even though conscience does not cease to point 4 1, 24| at the heart of the moral conscience that the eclipse of the 5 1, 24| above all, of the individual conscience, as it stands before God 6 1, 24| certain sense, of the "moral conscience" of society: in a way it 7 1, 24| against life. The moral conscience, both individual and social, 8 1, 24| practise them" (Rom 1:32). When conscience, this bright lamp of the 9 1, 24| the Lord echoing in the conscience of every individual: it 10 1, 24| intimate sanctuary of the conscience that a new journey of love, 11 2, 29| woman, has echoed in every conscience "from the beginning", from 12 2, 40| beginning in man's heart, in his conscience. The question: "What have 13 2, 40| person: in the depths of his conscience, man is always reminded 14 3, 58| symptom of an uneasiness of conscience. But no word has the power 15 3, 65| and inevitable, one can in conscience "refuse forms of treatment 16 3, 69| separate the realm of private conscience from that of public conduct.~ 17 3, 69| a renouncing of personal conscience, at least in the public 18 3, 70| human beings? Everyone's conscience rightly rejects those crimes 19 3, 70| obscuring of the collective conscience, an attitude of scepticism 20 3, 71| civil law take the place of conscience or dictate norms concerning 21 3, 71| based on respect for the conscience of others, precisely because 22 3, 71| can occur in the name of conscience and under the pretext of 23 3, 72| have no binding force in conscience...; indeed, the passing 24 3, 73| There is no obligation in conscience to obey such laws; instead 25 3, 73| A particular problem of conscience can arise in cases where 26 3, 74| raises difficult problems of conscience for morally upright people 27 3, 74| under grave obligation of conscience not to cooperate formally 28 3, 77| It resounds in the moral conscience of everyone as an irrepressible 29 4, 90| to God, to his or her own conscience and to the whole of society 30 4, 90| presence deeply felt in every conscience, the Church encourages political 31 4, 96| critical in the formation of conscience is the recovery of the necessary 32 4, 97| connected with the formation of conscience is the work of education, 33 4, 101| question arises in every human conscience which seeks the truth and


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