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1 Int, 1 | the full meaning of every human birth, and the joy which 2 Int, 1 | the aspects and stages of human life achieve their full 3 Int | incomparable worth of the human person~ ~ 4 Int, 2 | the inestimable value of human life even in its temporal 5 Int, 2 | entire unified process of human existence. It is a process 6 Int, 2 | 15) the sacred value of human life from its very beginning 7 Int, 2 | affirm the right of every human being to have this primary 8 Int, 2 | recognition of this right, every human community and the political 9 Int, 2 | some fashion with every human being".2 This saving event 10 Int, 2 | incomparable value of every human person.~The Church, faithfully 11 Int | New threats to human life~ ~ 12 Int, 3 | Therefore every threat to human dignity and life must necessarily 13 Int, 3 | crimes and attacks against human life. Thirty years later, 14 Int, 3 | violates the integrity of the human person, such as mutilation, 15 Int, 3 | itself; whatever insults human dignity, such as subhuman 16 Int, 3 | infamies indeed. They poison human society, and they do more 17 Int, 4 | attacks on the dignity of the human being. At the same time 18 Int, 4 | the defence and care of human life, are increasingly willing 19 Int, 4 | the destruction of so many human lives still to be born or 20 Int, 4 | concerns the basic value of human life.~ ~ 21 Int, 5 | problem of the threats to human life in our day. After a 22 Int, 5 | challenges it poses to the entire human family and in particular 23 Int, 5 | Successor of Peter the value of human life and its inviolability, 24 Int, 5 | threatened and despised and whose human rights are violated".7~Today 25 Int, 5 | of weak and defenceless human beings, unborn children 26 Int, 5 | reaffirmation of the value of human life and its inviolability, 27 Int, 5 | love and serve life, every human life! Only in this direction 28 Int, 6 | and that a new culture of human life will be affirmed, for 29 1 | PRESENT-DAY THREATS TO HUMAN LIFE~ ~ 30 1, 7 | frequency, in the book of human history.~Let us re-read 31 1, 8 | sin, from the beginning of human history. Man has become 32 1, 8 | atrocious crimes against human beings. "Am I my brother' 33 1, 9 | 23), and life, especially human life, belongs only to God: 34 1, 9 | this reason whoever attacks human life, in some way attacks 35 1, 9 | he passed from a life of human kindness to one which was 36 1, 10 | life which continue to mark human history; to make them discover 37 1, 10 | life done to millions of human beings, especially children, 38 1, 10 | vast array of threats to human life, so many are the forms, 39 1, 11 | personnel. Such attacks strike human life at the time of its 40 1, 11 | right to life of an actual human person.~ ~ 41 1, 13 | latter destroys the life of a human being; the former is opposed 42 1, 13 | development of the life of the new human being.~ ~ 43 1, 14 | procreation from the fully human context of the conjugal 44 1, 14 | progress, in fact reduces human life to the level of simple " 45 1, 14(14)| Instruction on Respect for Human Life in its Origin and on 46 1, 17 | continual taking of innocent human life. False prophets and 47 1, 18 | discovering the idea of "human rights"-rights inherent 48 1, 18 | various declarations of human rights and the many initiatives 49 1, 18 | of every individual as a human being, without any distinction 50 1, 18 | affirmation and protection of human rights its primary objective 51 1, 18 | justification of attacks on human life? How can we reconcile 52 1, 18 | to the entire culture of human rights. It is a threat capable, 53 1, 19 | be used"? The theory of human rights is based precisely 54 1, 19 | the affirmation that the human person, unlike animals and 55 1, 19 | the solemn affirmation of human rights and their tragic 56 1, 19 | mistaken sense of altruism and human compassion, it cannot be 57 1, 20 | safeguards the dignity of every human person, is betrayed in its 58 1, 20 | of the dignity of every human person when the killing 59 1, 20 | breakdown of a genuinely human co-existence and the disintegration 60 1, 20 | law, means to attribute to human freedom a perverse and evil 61 1, 21 | serious matter of respect for human life and its dignity, produces 62 1, 23 | an inescapable burden of human existence but also a factor 63 1, 23 | Thus the original import of human sexuality is distorted and 64 1, 24 | openness and service to human life can begin.~ ~ 65 1, 25 | The blood of every other human being who has been killed 66 1, 25 | divine dignity of every human being and can exclaim with 67 1, 26 | peoples, a praiseworthy human and moral sensitivity and 68 1, 27 | loses its most genuinely human quality. Even if they go 69 1, 27 | fundamental issues pertaining to human life.~ ~ 70 2, 29 | however new and profound, on human life. Nor is it merely a 71 2, 29 | concerning the value of human life. From this "source" 72 2, 29 | defending and promoting human life. In Christ, the Gospel 73 2, 29 | its essential traits by human reason. As the Second Vatican 74 2, 30 | revelation tells us about human life was taken up by the 75 2, 30 | includes everything that human experience and reason tell 76 2, 30 | tell us about the value of human life, accepting it, purifying 77 2, 31 | planted by the Creator in the human heart to be grasped with 78 2 | in the uncertainties of human life, Jesus brings life' 79 2, 32 | hardships and poverty of human life. Peter cured the cripple 80 2, 33 | experience of the uncertainty of human life and the affirmation 81 2, 33 | vulnerable conditions of human life (cf. Phil 2:6-7). Jesus 82 2, 33 | great must be the value of human life if the Son of God has 83 2, 34 | recognizes that God, in creating human beings, "endowed them with 84 2, 34 | which are distinctively human, such as reason, discernment 85 2, 34 | attain truth and freedom are human prerogatives inasmuch as 86 2, 35 | interpersonal dialogue, so vital for human existence. In the other, 87 2, 36 | coming of the Son of God in human flesh. "Christ is the image 88 2, 36 | and marred God's plan for human life and introduced death 89 2, 36 | grace poured out upon the human race, opening wide to everyone 90 2, 36 | in them. God's plan for human beings is this, that they 91 2, 37 | Son of God came to give to human beings cannot be reduced 92 2, 38 | consequences arise from this for human life in its earthly state, 93 2, 38 | Similarly, the love which every human being has for life cannot 94 2 | reverence and love for every human life~ ~ 95 2, 39 | demand an accounting for human life" (Gen 9:5). The biblical 96 2, 39 | his own image" (Gen 9:6).~Human life and death are thus 97 2, 39 | creatures. If it is true that human life is in the hands of 98 2, 40 | regarding the inviolability of human life reverberates at the 99 2, 41 | s commandment to protect human life is the requirement 100 2, 42 | other forms of life to "human ecology" properly speaking 28 - 101 2, 43 | responsibility which he is given for human life as such. It is a responsibility 102 2, 43 | an event which is deeply human and full of religious meaning, 103 2, 43 | and giving birth to a new human being, we are not speaking 104 2, 43 | God himself is present in human fatherhood and motherhood 105 2, 43 | which is proper to the human being, as it was received 106 2, 44 | 44. Human life finds itself most vulnerable 107 2, 44 | explicit calls to protect human life at its very beginning, 108 2, 44 | Creator, and left prey to human caprice? Certainly the mother 109 2, 48 | whole which fully protects human life. This explains why 110 2, 49 | which God has inscribed in human hearts and which he gave 111 2, 50 | all history and of every human life.~Jesus is nailed to 112 2, 50 | life and death of every human being. Before he dies, Jesus 113 2, 51 | like that of every other human being, but it also seems 114 2, 51 | commandment not to kill human life, but also to revere 115 3 | demand an accounting for human life" (Gen 9:5): human life 116 3 | for human life" (Gen 9:5): human life is sacred and inviolable ~ ~ 117 3, 53 | 53. "Human life is sacred because from 118 3, 53 | destroy directly an innocent human being".41 With these words 119 3, 53 | sacredness and inviolability of human life.~Sacred Scripture in 120 3, 53(41)| Instruction on Respect for Human Life in its Origin and on 121 3, 53 | likeness (cf. Gen 1:26-28). Human life is thus given a sacred 122 3, 55 | cause surprise: to kill a human being, in whom the image 123 3, 56 | justice ever more in line with human dignity and thus, in the 124 3, 56 | are sufficient to defend human lives against an aggressor 125 3, 56 | conformity to the dignity of the human person".48~ ~ 126 3, 57 | of weak and defenceless human beings, who find their ultimate 127 3, 57 | inviolability of innocent human life is a moral truth clearly 128 3, 57 | direct taking of all innocent human life, especially at its 129 3, 57 | sacredness and inviolability of human life. The Papal Magisterium, 130 3, 57 | voluntary killing of an innocent human being is always gravely 131 3, 57 | decision to deprive an innocent human being of his life is always 132 3, 57 | the killing of an innocent human being, whether a fetus or 133 3, 57 | concerned, every innocent human being is absolutely equal 134 3, 57 | the life of an innocent human being "there are no privileges 135 3, 58 | it is carried out, of a human being in the initial phase 136 3, 58 | The one eliminated is a human being at the very beginning 137 3, 58 | imagined. In no way could this human being ever be considered 138 3, 58 | deliberate killing of an innocent human being.~ ~ 139 3, 59 | structure of sin" which opposes human life not yet born.~ ~ 140 3, 60 | be considered a personal human life. But in fact, "from 141 3, 60 | rather the life of a new human being with his own growth. 142 3, 60 | It would never be made human if it were not human already. 143 3, 60 | made human if it were not human already. This has always 144 3, 60 | fertilization the adventure of a human life begins, and each of 145 3, 60 | scientific research on the human embryo provide "a valuable 146 3, 60 | the first appearance of a human life: how could a human 147 3, 60 | human life: how could a human individual not be a human 148 3, 60 | human individual not be a human person?". 58~Furthermore, 149 3, 60 | mere probability that a human person is involved would 150 3, 60 | intervention aimed at killing a human embryo. Precisely for this 151 3, 60 | teach that the result of human procreation, from the first 152 3, 60 | which is morally due to the human being in his or her totality 153 3, 60 | as body and spirit: "The human being is to be respected 154 3, 60 | right of every innocent human being to life".59~ ~ 155 3, 60(58)| Instruction on Respect for Human Life in its Origin and on 156 3, 61 | such great respect for the human being in the mother's womb 157 3, 61 | the unborn child as well.~Human life is sacred and inviolable 158 3, 61 | which precedes birth. All human beings, from their mothers' 159 3, 62 | tending directly to destroy human life in the womb "whether 160 3, 62 | John XXIII reaffirmed that human life is sacred because " 161 3, 62 | deliberate killing of an innocent human being. This doctrine is 162 3, 62 | which is written in every human heart, knowable by reason 163 3, 63 | forms of intervention on human embryos which, although 164 3, 63 | procedures carried out on the human embryo which respect the 165 3, 63 | be stated that the use of human embryos or fetuses as an 166 3, 63 | against their dignity as human beings who have a right 167 3, 63(74)| Instruction on Respect for Human Life in its Origin and on 168 3, 63 | procedures that exploit living human embryos and fetuses - sometimes 169 3, 63 | The killing of innocent human creatures, even if carried 170 3, 63 | to measure the value of a human life only within the parameters 171 3, 65 | expresses acceptance of the human condition in the face of 172 3, 65 | unacceptable killing of a human person. This doctrine is 173 3, 67 | request which arises from the human heart in the supreme confrontation 174 3, 67 | keep on hoping when all human hopes fail. As the Second 175 3, 67 | death that the riddle of human existence becomes most acute" 176 3, 67 | Lord who embraces every human condition: "None of us lives 177 3, 68 | of present-day attacks on human life - as has already been 178 3, 70 | conditions, to kill unborn human life, is it not really making 179 3, 70 | and most defenceless of human beings? Everyone's conscience 180 3, 70 | like every other form of human behaviour, must be subject: 181 3, 70 | as the dignity of every human person, respect for inviolable 182 3, 70 | inviolable and inalienable human rights, and the adoption 183 3, 70 | natural law" written in the human heart, is the obligatory 184 3, 71 | those essential and innate human and moral values which flow 185 3, 71 | from the very truth of the human being and express and safeguard 186 3, 71(90)| Instruction on Respect for Human Life in its Origin and on 187 3, 71 | to life of every innocent human being. While public authority 188 3, 71 | inviolable rights of the human person, and to facilitate 189 3, 71 | which refused to recognize human rights or acted in violation 190 3, 72 | Aquinas, who writes that "human law is law inasmuch as it 191 3, 72 | this teaching concerns a human law which disregards the 192 3, 72 | direct killing of innocent human beings through abortion 193 3, 73 | are thus crimes which no human law can claim to legitimize. 194 3, 73 | courage to resist unjust human laws are born. It is the 195 3, 74 | positive, can serve to protect human lives under threat. There 196 3, 74 | an act against innocent human life or a sharing in the 197 3, 74 | duty; it is also a basic human right. Were this not so, 198 3, 74 | right. Were this not so, the human person would be forced to 199 3, 74 | intrinsically incompatible with human dignity, and in this way 200 3, 74 | dignity, and in this way human freedom itself, the authentic 201 3, 75 | have an absolute value for human freedom: they are valid 202 3, 76 | individual to his or her fellow human beings, brothers and sisters, 203 3, 77 | respecting, loving and promoting human life, is binding on every 204 3, 77 | binding on every individual human being. It resounds in the 205 3, 77 | unconditional respect for human life the foundation of a 206 4 | ME~ ~FOR A NEW CULTURE OF HUMAN LIFE~ ~ 207 4, 80 | this Gospel exceeds every human expectation and reveals 208 4, 80 | which the dignity of the human person is raised through 209 4, 80 | fleeting, he becomes eternal; human, he becomes divine".105~ 210 4, 81 | It is the presentation of human life as a life of relationship, 211 4, 81 | enables us to see in every human face the face of Christ. 212 4, 81 | be summed up as follows: human life, as a gift of God, 213 4, 81 | unacceptable. Not only must human life not be taken, but it 214 4, 81 | love, and in this light human sexuality and procreation 215 4, 81 | promote the dignity of every human person, at every moment 216 4, 82 | which respect for every human life is based. In this way, 217 4, 82 | sound doctrine concerning human life, we can feel that Paul' 218 4, 84 | celebrate this glory in every human being, a sign of the living 219 4, 85 | protection of individual human lives, care for the suffering 220 4, 85 | the meaning and value of human life at every stage and 221 4, 87 | support and promotion of human life must be accomplished 222 4, 87 | and discrimination, for human life is sacred and inviolable 223 4, 88 | and understood in their human and specifically Christian 224 4, 89 | guardians and servants of human life. In today's cultural 225 4, 89 | to absolute respect for human life and its sacredness.~ 226 4, 89 | respect for every innocent human life also requires the exercise 227 4, 89 | inviolable dignity of the human being, and thus cease to 228 4, 90 | only means of protecting human life, nevertheless they 229 4, 91 | the person and fundamental human rights, beginning with the 230 4, 91 | to life of every innocent human being. It is therefore morally 231 4, 92 | what constitutes authentic human growth".119 Consequently 232 4, 92 | which clearly reveals that human life is a gift received 233 4, 94 | their problems in a truly human way. For her part, the Church 234 4, 95 | unprecedented problems affecting human life; new, because it will 235 4, 95 | the full truth about the human person and about human life.~ 236 4, 95 | the human person and about human life.~We need to begin with 237 4, 95 | exchange about basic issues of human life with everyone, including 238 4, 96 | inviolable worth of every human life. It is of the greatest 239 4, 96 | account, the dignity of the human person and the inviolability 240 4, 96 | and the inviolability of human life also end up being rejected 241 4, 97 | individuals to be ever more human, leads them ever more fully 242 4, 97 | build a true culture of human life if we do not help the 243 4, 97 | death. These are a part of human existence, and it is futile, 244 4, 98 | to build a new culture of human life. A special task falls 245 4, 98 | values of sexuality and human love, and not insist on 246 4, 98 | what defiles and cheapens human dignity. In their interpretation 247 4, 99 | unique contact with the new human being developing within 248 4, 99 | rise to an attitude towards human beings not only towards 249 4, 99 | her own child, but every human being, which profoundly 250 4, 99 | carries in herself another human being, enabling it to grow 251 4, 99 | and then teach others that human relations are authentic 252 4, 99 | a new way of looking at human life.~ ~ 253 4 | life is for the whole of human society~ ~ 254 4, 101 | question arises in every human conscience which seeks the 255 4, 101 | stake is one which every human being can grasp by the light 256 4, 101 | wants simply to promote a human State. A State which recognizes 257 4, 101 | fundamental rights of the human person, especially of the 258 4, 101 | life is for the whole of human society. To be actively 259 4, 101 | variety of ways in which human life is devalued and violated, 260 4, 101 | conduct of people... But where human rights are truly professed 261 4, 101 | true good of the whole of human society.~ ~ 262 Conc, 102 | life of the Incarnate Word, human life has been rescued from 263 Conc, 103 | roam the world and affect human hearts, offering resistance 264 Conc, 104 | us, so that rejection of human life, in whatever form that 265 Conc, 105 | new world towards which human history is travelling, "


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