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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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1 1, 26| Christian community and in civil society, at the local, national 2 3, 56| both in the Church and in civil society, to demand that 3 3 | rather than men" (Acts 5:29): civil law and the moral law~ ~ 4 3, 68| therefore, in the interest of civil coexistence and social harmony, 5 3, 68| times, it is claimed that civil law cannot demand that all 6 3, 69| thus turned over to the civil law, with a renouncing of 7 3, 70| obligatory point of reference for civil law itself. If, as a result 8 3, 71| the relationship between civil law and moral law, which 9 3, 71| Certainly the purpose of civil law is different and more 10 3, 71| no sphere of life can the civil law take the place of conscience 11 3, 71| The real purpose of civil law is to guarantee an ordered 12 3, 71| Precisely for this reason, civil law must ensure that all 13 3, 71| guaranteed. The chief concern of civil authorities must therefore 14 3, 72| necessary conformity of civil law with the moral law is 15 3, 72| common good. Consequently, a civil law authorizing abortion 16 3, 72| a true, morally binding civil law.~ ~ 17 3, 74| which, even if permitted by civil legislation, are contrary 18 3, 74| appealing to the fact that civil law permits it or requires 19 3, 74| acknowledged and protected by civil law. In this sense, the 20 4, 85| families, in the Church and in civil society a recognition of 21 4, 90| particular responsibility of civil leaders. Called to serve 22 4, 101| the pillars on which every civil society stands, she "wants


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