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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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   Chap.,  
1 Int, 1 | the people; for to you is born this day in the city of 2 Int, 1 | fulfilment of joy at every child born into the world (cf. Jn 16: 3 Int, 4 | human lives still to be born or in their final stage 4 1, 14 | nourishment, is denied to babies born with serious handicaps or 5 1, 16 | ordered that every male child born of the Hebrew women was 6 1, 19 | the taking of life not yet born or in its final stages is 7 2, 33 | Bethlehem: this life which is born is salvation for all humanity ( 8 2, 37 | children of God; who were born, not of blood nor of the 9 2, 37 | and he presents being born of God as a necessary condition 10 2, 37 | created him: "Unless one is born anew, he cannot see the 11 2, 43 | Families: "When a new person is born of the conjugal union of 12 2, 44 | specifically life not yet born, and life nearing its end, 13 2, 44 | you, and before you were born I consecrated you" (Jer 14 2, 51 | the "people of life" is born and increases.~The contemplation 15 3, 52 | obedience (cf. Ps 119), born of and fostered by an awareness 16 3, 54 | abortion nor kill it once it is born ... The way of death is 17 3, 58 | feared that the child to be born would live in such conditions 18 3, 59 | opposes human life not yet born.~ ~ 19 3, 61(60)| you, and before you were born I consecrated you; I appointed 20 3, 61(62)| shall you kill it once it is born": V, 2: Patres Apostolici, 21 3, 61 | prevent someone from being born; it makes little difference 22 3, 61 | one kills a soul already born or puts it to death at birth. 23 3, 63 | respect owed to a child once born, just as to every person. 75~ 24 3, 63 | acceptance of the child not yet born, these techniques are morally 25 3, 73 | resist unjust human laws are born. It is the strength and 26 4, 78 | Mk 16:15; Mt 28:19-20). Born from this evangelizing activity, 27 4, 79 | boast but rather a duty, born of our awareness of being " 28 4, 84 | In every child which is born and in every person who 29 4, 86 | that heroic actions too are born. These are the most solemn 30 Conc, 102 | the Lord Jesus, "the Child born for us" (cf. Is 9:6), that 31 Conc, 105 | babies not allowed to be born, ~of the poor whose lives


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