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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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1 Int, 4| concern: broad sectors of public opinion justify certain 2 1, 14| eugenic abortion, justified in public opinion on the basis of 3 1, 20| elderly, in the name of a public interest which is really 4 1, 27| spread, at many levels of public opinion, of a new sensitivity 5 1, 27| is evidence of a growing public opposition to the death 6 3, 54| particularly heavy and lengthy public penance before the repentant 7 3, 56| caused by the offence".46 Public authority must redress the 8 3, 56| the purpose of defending public order and ensuring people' 9 3, 56| aggressor and to protect public order and the safety of 10 3, 56| and the safety of persons, public authority must limit itself 11 3, 58| attenuate its seriousness in public opinion. Perhaps this linguistic 12 3, 69| conscience from that of public conduct.~As a result we 13 3, 69| that, in the exercise of public and professional duties, 14 3, 69| conscience, at least in the public sphere.~ ~ 15 3, 71| promotion of peace and of public morality. 91 The real purpose 16 3, 71| innocent human being. While public authority can sometimes 17 3, 71| principal duty of every public authority'. Thus any government 18 3, 73| legitimately constituted public authorities (cf. Rom 13: 19 3, 73| level of general opinion and public morality. This does not 20 4, 88| social services available in public institutions or in the home.~ 21 4, 91| population growth. Certainly public authorities have a responsibility 22 4, 91| create economic, social, public health and cultural conditions 23 4, 96| oppressive totalitarianism of public authority. 126~It is therefore


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