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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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1 1, 9| justice of God is shown forth. As Saint Ambrose writes: " 2 2, 32| 35:5-6, 61:1), Jesus sets forth the meaning of his own mission: 3 2, 33| the other, there shines forth all the more clearly the 4 2, 34| Creator: in man there shines forth a reflection of God himself.~ 5 2, 36| man, God's image shines forth anew and is again revealed 6 2, 38| eternal life already springs forth and begins to grow. Although 7 2, 48| You shall not kill" shine forth once more as a good for 8 2, 48| that we are able to bring forth fruits of life and happiness: " 9 2, 50| darkness; rather, it shines forth ever more radiantly and 10 3, 53| Instruction Donum Vitae sets forth the central content of God' 11 3, 55| of love of neighbour, set forth in the Old Testament and 12 3, 56| event, the principle set forth in the new Catechism of 13 3, 75| fraud, sacrilege and so forth. Only when one stops committing 14 4, 82| the Gospel of life shine forth, we can also help everyone 15 4, 82| is once again being set forth in this Encyclical is faithfully 16 Conc, 102| and when she brought it forth from herself she in some 17 Conc | child when she brought it forth" (Rev 12:4): life menaced 18 Conc, 104| devour "the child brought forth" (cf. Rev 12:4), a figure 19 Conc, 104| Christ, whom Mary brought forth "in the fullness of time" (


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