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1 Conc, 105 | 105. The angel's Annunciation 2 2, 43(33) | 1981), 28: AAS 74 (1982), 114.~ 3 3, 75(100)| 1993), 13: AAS 85 (1993), 1144.~ 4 3, 52 | joyful obedience (cf. Ps 119), born of and fostered by 5 3, 75(99) | 81-82: AAS 85 (1993), 1198-1199.~ 6 3, 75(99) | 82: AAS 85 (1993), 1198-1199.~ 7 4, 96(126)| 95-101: AAS 85 (1993), 1208-1213.~ 8 3, 70(89) | 99: AAS 85 (1993), 1209-1211.~ 9 4, 96(126)| 101: AAS 85 (1993), 1208-1213.~ 10 4, 82(106)| 1993), 116: AAS 85 (1993), 1224.~ 11 3, 72(97) | Arbitrio, I, 5, 11: PL 32, 1227.  ~ 12 4, 80(105)| Beatitudinibus, Oratio VII: PG 44, 1280.~ 13 3, 65(81) | February 1957): loc. cit., 129-147; Congregation of the 14 Int, 5(6) | Insegnamenti XIV, 1 (1991), 1293-1296. ~ 15 Int, 5(7) | Ibid., loc.cit., p. 1294.~ 16 Int, 5(6) | Insegnamenti XIV, 1 (1991), 1293-1296. ~ 17 2, 39 | quieted is my soul" (Ps 131:2; cf. Is 49:15; 66:12-13; 18 3, 62(71) | Cf. ibid., canon 1329; also Code of Canons of 19 3, 52(38) | Hominis Opificio, 4: PG 44, 136.~ 20 3, 62(70) | Code of Canon Law, canon 1398; cf. Code of Canons of the 21 4, 97(129)| Insegnamenti XV, 1 (1992), 1410.~ 22 3, 62(71) | Eastern Churches, canon 1417.~ 23 1, 25(19) | Moralia in Job, 13, 23: CCL 143A, 683.~ 24 1, 20(16) | Insegnamenti, X, 3 (1987), 1446-1447.  ~ 25 3, 65(80) | 1957), III: AAS 49 (1957), 145.~ 26 3, 62(70) | Eastern Churches, canon 1450, § 2.~ 27 3, 71(94) | 29 (1937): AAS 29 (1937), 159; Encyclical Letter Divini 28 3, 59(55) | 1988), 14: AAS 80 (1988), 1686.~ 29 4, 99(134)| 1988), 18: AAS 80 (1988), 1696. ~ 30 3, 75(99) | the Catholic Church, Nos. 1753-1755; John Paul II, Encyclical 31 3, 75(99) | Catholic Church, Nos. 1753-1755; John Paul II, Encyclical 32 Conc, 102(138)| Mariae, Sermo I, 2: PL 185, 188.~ 33 1, 9(12) | the Catholic Church, Nos. 1867 and 2268. ~ 34 3, 62(66) | Radiomessaggi, VI (1944-1945), 191; cf. Address to the Italian 35 3, 62 | periods of history. The 1917 Code of Canon Law punished 36 3, 71(94) | Radio Message (24 December 1942): AAS 35 (1943), 9-24.  ~ 37 3, 71(94) | December 1942): AAS 35 (1943), 9-24.  ~ 38 4, 99(133)| the Council (8 December 1965): To Women. ~ 39 4, 101(137)| Message for the 1977 World Day of Peace: AAS 40 Conc, 106 | of the Lord, in the year 1995, the seventeenth of my Pontificate.~ ~ 41 3, 71(94) | June 1941): AAS 33 (1941), 200. On this topic, the Encyclical 42 3, 66(85) | Ep. 204, 5: CSEL 57, 320.~ 43 3, 67(87) | 14-24: AAS 76 (1984), 214-234. ~ 44 3, 53(41) | the Catholic Church, No. 2258. ~ 45 1, 8(10) | No. 2259.~ 46 3, 55(43) | the Catholic Church, Nos. 2263-2269; cf. also Catechism 47 3, 55(44) | the Catholic Church, No. 2265.~ 48 3, 56(46) | the Catholic Church, No. 2266.~ 49 3, 56(48) | No. 2267.~ 50 1, 9(12) | Catholic Church, Nos. 1867 and 2268. ~ 51 3, 55(43) | Catholic Church, Nos. 2263-2269; cf. also Catechism of the 52 3, 66(84) | the Catholic Church, Nos. 2281-2283.~ 53 3, 66(84) | Catholic Church, Nos. 2281-2283.~ 54 3, 67(87) | 14-24: AAS 76 (1984), 214-234. ~ 55 3, 62(69) | Canon 2350, § 1.~ 56 4, 91(114)| the Catholic Church, No. 2372.~ 57 2, 35(26) | Exameron, VI, 75-76: CSEL 32, 260-261.~ 58 2, 35(26) | VI, 75-76: CSEL 32, 260-261.~ 59 4, 98(130)| 1967), 15: AAS 59 (1967), 265.~ 60 3, 72(95) | April 1963), II: loc. cit., 271. ~ 61 3, 71(94) | 1963), II: AAS 55 (1963), 273-274. The internal quote 62 Int, 2(3) | 1979), 10; AAS 71 (1979), 275.~ 63 Int, 2(4) | Cf. ibid., 14: loc.cit., 285.~ 64 3, 72(96) | Theologiae I-II, q. 93, a. 3, ad 2um.~ 65 3, 66(85) | Ep. 204, 5: CSEL 57, 320.~ 66 3, 55(43) | Council of Trent III, §§ 327-332.~ 67 3, 55(43) | Council of Trent III, §§ 327-332.~ 68 3, 75(100)| Tractatus, 41, 10: CCL 36, 363; cf. John Paul II, Encyclical 69 4, 98(132)| 1994), 4: AAS 86 (1994), 386-387.~ 70 4, 98(132)| 4: AAS 86 (1994), 386-387.~ 71 1, 9(13) | Abel, II, 10, 38: CSEL, 32, 408.~ 72 1, 17(15) | 1993, II, 3: AAS 86 (1994), 419.~ 73 3, 65(81) | June 1972): AAS 64 (1972), 432-436; Second Vatican Ecumenical 74 3, 65(81) | 1972): AAS 64 (1972), 432-436; Second Vatican Ecumenical 75 3, 62(67) | 1961), 3: AAS 53 (1961), 447.~ 76 1, 8(11) | Noe, 26:94-96: CSEL 32, 480-481.~ 77 1, 8(11) | 26:94-96: CSEL 32, 480-481.~ 78 3, 52(40) | 1968), 13: AAS 60 (1968), 489.~ 79 3, 62(72) | 1968), 14: AAS 60 (1968), 490.~ 80 3, 63(75) | 22 October 1983), article 4b: Vatican Polyglot Press, 81 4, 87(113)| Matthaeum, Hom. L, 3: PG 58, 508.~ 82 3, 66(84) | 1980), I: AAS 72 (1980), 545; Catechism of the Catholic 83 3, 65(79) | Bona, III: AAS 72 (1980), 547-548.~ 84 3, 65(79) | III: AAS 72 (1980), 547-548.~ 85 3, 65(77) | Ibid., IV: loc. cit., 551.~ 86 3, 65(81) | December 1940): AAS 32 (1940), 553-554; Paul VI, Message to 87 3, 65(81) | 1940): AAS 32 (1940), 553-554; Paul VI, Message to French 88 2, 42(29) | 1987), 34: AAS 80 (1988), 560.~ 89 3, 62(65) | 1930), II: AAS 22 (1930), 562-592.~ 90 4, 93(121)| 1987), 38: AAS 80 (1988), 565-566.~ 91 4, 93(121)| 38: AAS 80 (1988), 565-566.~ 92 2, 43(31) | August 1950): AAS 42 (1950), 574.~ 93 2, 43(32) | August 1950): AAS 42 (1950), 575.~ 94 3, 62(65) | II: AAS 22 (1930), 562-592.~ 95 3, 62 | 62. The more recent Papal Magisterium 96 3, 63 | 63. This evaluation of the 97 3, 67 | 67. Quite different from this 98 1, 25(19) | in Job, 13, 23: CCL 143A, 683.~ 99 4, 101(137)| of Peace: AAS 68 (1976), 711-712.~ 100 4, 101(137)| Peace: AAS 68 (1976), 711-712.~ 101 3, 73 | 73. Abortion and euthanasia 102 3, 60(57) | Nos. 12-13: AAS 66 (1974), 738.~ 103 3, 61(61) | No. 7: AAS 66 (1974), 740-747.      ~ 104 3, 73(98) | No. 22: AAS 66 (1974), 744.~ 105 3, 61(61) | No. 7: AAS 66 (1974), 740-747.      ~ 106 3, 62(72) | December 1972): AAS 64 (1972), 777; Encyclical Letter Humanae 107 4, 96(126)| 1991), 17: AAS 83 (1991), 814; Encyclical Letter Veritatis 108 4, 91(115)| No. 15: AAS 85 (1993), 819.~ 109 4, 96(127)| 1991), 24: AAS 83 (1991), 822.~ 110 3, 62(66) | No. 2: AAS 43 (1951), 838.~ 111 4, 84 | 84. To celebrate the Gospel 112 2, 42(28) | 38: AAS 83 (1991), 840-841.~ 113 4, 80(103)| Haereses: IV, 34, 1: SCh 100/2, 846-847.~ 114 4, 80(103)| IV, 34, 1: SCh 100/2, 846-847.~ 115 3, 70(88) | 1991), 46: AAS 83 (1991), 850; Pius XII, Christmas Radio 116 4, 84(109)| Divine Names, 6, 1-3: PG 3, 856-857.~ 117 4, 84(109)| Names, 6, 1-3: PG 3, 856-857.~ 118 4, 87 | 87. By virtue of our sharing 119 Int, 6(8) | 1994), 4: AAS 86 (1994), 871.~ 120 4, 100(135)| 1994), 5: AAS 86 (1994), 872.~ 121 2, 43(31) | 1994), 9: AAS 86 (1994), 878; cf. Pius XII, Encyclical 122 4, 88 | 88. All of this involves a 123 4, 89 | 89. Agencies and centres of 124 4, 98(131)| 1994), 13: AAS 86 (1994), 892.~ 125 4, 91 | 91. Today an important part 126 4, 92 | 92. Within the "people of life 127 3, 52(39) | Orthodoxa, 2, 12: PG 94, 920.922, quoted in Saint Thomas 128 4, 92(120)| Insegnamenti XII, 2 (1989), 945. Children are presented 129 3, 61(63) | the Christians, 35: PG 6, 969. ~ 130 4, 84 | life. Even if we should abandon Life, because of its overflowing 131 1, 17 | the ?Cains' who kill the ?Abels'; no, they are scientifically 132 3, 67 | intuition of his heart when he abhors and repudiates the absolute 133 1, 25 | Eucharist drinks this blood and abides in Jesus (cf. Jn 6:56) is 134 3, 54 | murderer has eternal life abiding in him" (1 Jn 3:15).~From 135 3, 56 | limited way or even that it be abolished completely. The problem 136 3, 61 | women who have recourse to abortifacient medicines, because children, 137 1, 13 | contraceptives, really act as abortifacients in the very early stages 138 3, 58(54) | World Gaudium et Spes, 51, "Abortus necnon infanticidium nefanda 139 2, 44 | with the promise made to Abraham: "Look towards heaven, and 140 3, 73 | to overturn or completely abrogate a pro-abortion law, an elected 141 4, 100 | is growing and producing abundant fruit (cf. Mk 4:26-29). 142 3, 72 | and results in shameful abuse".95 This is the clear teaching 143 3, 71 | protect itself against the abuses which can occur in the name 144 4, 98 | established the Pontifical Academy for Life, assigning it the 145 4, 88 | life, and in supporting and accompanying every family in its mission 146 3, 62 | and thus includes those accomplices without whose help the crime 147 2, 29 | particular, the capacity to "accomplish" this truth perfectly (cf. 148 4, 87 | promotion of human life must be accomplished through the service of charity, 149 4, 79 | and we are called to act accordingly.~We have been sent. For 150 2, 49 | The Prophets point an accusing finger at those who show 151 3, 72 | with the possibility of achieving the common good. Consequently, 152 3, 71 | recognize human rights or acted in violation of them, would 153 4, 95 | united ethical effort to activate a great campaign in support 154 4, 92 | children to authentic freedom, actualized in the sincere gift of self, 155 4, 99 | of motherhood makes you acutely aware of the other person 156 3, 72(96) | Theologiae I-II, q. 93, a. 3, ad 2um.~ 157 2, 48 | The good to be done is not added to life as a burden which 158 4, 88 | communities for treating drug addiction, residential communities 159 Int, 3 | weak and defenceless. In addition to the ancient scourges 160 2, 37 | 6:68-69). Jesus himself, addressing the Father in the great 161 2, 37 | eternal life". Here the adjective does more than merely evoke 162 1, 26 | individuals and groups which, with admirable dedication and sacrifice, 163 4, 87 | service to life which evoke admiration from all unbiased observers. 164 1, 21 | before the Lord that man can admit his sin and recognize its 165 4, 96 | gift and a duty. Only by admitting his innate dependence can 166 4, 97 | to offer, especially to adolescents and young adults, an authentic 167 4, 93 | consideration should be given to adoption-at-a-distance, preferable in cases where 168 2, 31 | points to a trusting and adoring acknowledgment of the "mystery": " 169 3, 57 | embryo, an infant or an adult, an old person, or one suffering 170 3, 74 | reasonable hopes of career advancement. In other cases, it can 171 3, 64 | death. Today, as a result of advances in medicine and in a cultural 172 3, 64 | culture of death", which is advancing above all in prosperous 173 2, 45 | children who reveal the advent of the Messianic age: in 174 3, 60 | Right from fertilization the adventure of a human life begins, 175 2, 50 | delivered to the derision of his adversaries and into the hands of his 176 4, 99 | friendly and expert help and advice of other people, and as 177 3, 54 | the suffering, they are advocates of the rich and unjust judges 178 Int, 4 | this disturbing state of affairs, far from decreasing, is 179 1, 19 | of a profound sharing of affection. In this case it is force 180 3, 62 | The excommunication affects all those who commit this 181 4, 80(103)| novitatem attulit, semetipsum afferens, qui fuerat annuntiatus", 182 2, 43 | biology of generation. In affirming that the spouses, as parents, 183 3, 67 | what is lacking in Christ's afflictions for the sake of his Body, 184 3, 62 | abortion and who in the aforementioned consultation, albeit dispersed 185 2, 50 | Gospel of life.~In the early afternoon of Good Friday, "there was 186 | Afterwards 187 4, 89 | manipulators of life, or even agents of death. In the face of 188 1, 18 | conditioning, cause and aggravate situations of injustice 189 1, 15 | compassion. All this is aggravated by a cultural climate which 190 3, 65 | decision to forego so-called "aggressive medical treatment", in other 191 3, 57 | of criminals and unjust aggressors, the commandment "You shall 192 Int, 5 | analogy: "Just as a century ago it was the working classes 193 4, 88 | care and relief centres for AIDS patients, associations for 194 1, 9 | kindness to one which was more akin to the rude existence of 195 Int, 3 | threats are emerging on an alarmingly vast scale.~The Second Vatican 196 1, 18 | moral sensitivity, more alert to acknowledging the value 197 Int, 2 | believer and non-believer alike - because it marvellously 198 4, 78 | Evangelization is an all-embracing, progressive activity through 199 4, 84(110)| Paul VI, Pensiero alla Morte, Istituto Paolo VI, 200 2, 31 | Revelation progressively allows the first notion of immortal 201 2, 51 | being, but it also seems to allude to the "gift of the Spirit", 202 2, 32 | cripple who daily sought alms at the "Beautiful Gate" 203 3, 55(45) | II-II, q. 64, a. 7; Saint Alphonsus De' Liguori, Theologia Moralis, 204 1, 19 | marked by a mistaken sense of altruism and human compassion, it 205 3, 52 | humanity. It gives rise to amazement and gratitude in the person 206 4, 82 | refuse any compromise or ambiguity which might conform us to 207 3, 58 | there is a widespread use of ambiguous terminology, such as "interruption 208 4, 91(115)| General Conference of Latin American Bishops in Santo Domingo ( 209 2, 49 | the dust of the earth" (Amos 2:7); "they have filled 210 2, 43 | This is why the Bishop Amphilochius extolled "holy matrimony, 211 2, 46 | of life too, it would be anachronistic to expect biblical revelation 212 3, 65 | effectively by using the analgesics which medicine provides. 213 1, 20 | the face of other people's analogous interests, some kind of 214 Int, 5 | attention to this striking analogy: "Just as a century ago 215 Conc, 105 | 105. The angel's Annunciation to Mary is 216 2, 43(32) | Animas enim a Deo immediate creari 217 4, 80(103)| semetipsum afferens, qui fuerat annuntiatus", Adversus Haereses: IV, 218 4, 82 | task of emphasizing the anthropological reasons upon which respect 219 4, 88 | out in accordance with an anthropology consistent with the Christian 220 3, 61 | Tertullian affirms: "It is anticipated murder to prevent someone 221 1, 25 | victory over sin is a sign and anticipation of the definitive victory 222 2, 47(37) | Saint Ignatius of Antioch, Letter to the Ephesians, 223 1, 9 | as for many peoples of antiquity, blood is the source of 224 3, 61(64) | Apologeticum, IX, 8: CSEL 69, 24.~ 225 3, 61(63) | Apologia on behalf of the Christians, 226 1, 8 | instead of showing remorse and apologizing, arrogantly eludes the question: " 227 3, 54 | serious sins - along with apostasy and adultery - and required 228 4, 78 | received it through the Apostles, sent by Christ to the whole 229 3, 74 | freedom of others or by appealing to the fact that civil law 230 1, 26 | Increasingly, there are appearing in many places groups of 231 3, 72 | first and most immediate application of this teaching concerns 232 4, 89 | experimentation, research or applications which disregard the inviolable 233 3, 61(60) | born I consecrated you; I appointed you a prophet to the nations'" ( 234 4, 97 | moral values. An honest appraisal of their effectiveness should 235 2, 32 | of it without ever having appreciated its real meaning: "Fool! 236 4, 84 | rediscovery and a better appreciation of the significance of these 237 1, 17 | society, from widespread legal approval and the involvement of certain 238 1, 24 | they not only do them but approve those who practise them" ( 239 3, 59 | legislators who have promoted and approved abortion laws, and, to the 240 2, 47 | beginning.~No one, however, can arbitrarily choose whether to live or 241 3, 66 | consented to it. The height of arbitrariness and injustice is reached 242 3, 72(97) | iusta non fuerit", De Libero Arbitrio, I, 5, 11: PL 32, 1227.  ~ 243 1, 7 | account which, despite its archaic structure and its extreme 244 3, 52 | perfection of the divine archetype".38 Called to be fruitful 245 4, 91 | challenge facing us is an arduous one: only the concerted 246 4, 84(109)| Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite, On the Divine Names, 6, 247 1, 13 | contraception and abortion arespecifically different evils: the former 248 1, 14 | infanticide, following the same arguments used to justify the right 249 2, 39 | opposes the powers of death arising from sin: "God did not make 250 1, 10 | such but in the scandalous arms trade, which spawns the 251 1, 10 | catalogue completely the vast array of threats to human life, 252 3, 57 | ultimate defence against the arrogance and caprice of others only 253 1, 8 | remorse and apologizing, arrogantly eludes the question: "I 254 3, 66 | physicians or legislators, arrogate to themselves the power 255 1, 20 | into a tyrant State, which arrogates to itself the right to dispose 256 3, 63(75) | Family (22 October 1983), article 4b: Vatican Polyglot Press, 257 1, 14 | The various techniques of artificial reproduction, which would 258 4, 98 | technological research, of artistic creativity and of the study 259 3, 60 | spiritual soul cannot be ascertained by empirical data, the results 260 2, 50 | the saints who had fallen asleep were raised" (Mt 27:52). 261 2, 31 | awareness of the threats which assail it. Faced with the contradictions 262 1, 18 | distinguished international assemblies is a merely futile exercise 263 1, 20 | bonds. Each one wishes to assert himself independently of 264 1, 23 | and instrument for self - assertion and the selfish satisfaction 265 4, 101 | when, on the one hand, it asserts values such as the dignity 266 1, 19 | find them in an overall assessment of a cultural and moral 267 4, 98 | Pontifical Academy for Life, assigning it the task of "studying 268 1, 22 | own existence, nor can he assimilate with genuine freedom these 269 3, 66 | it out through so-called "assisted suicide" means to cooperate 270 Conc, 102(138)| Blessed Guerric of Igny, In Assumptione B. Mariae, Sermo I, 2: PL 271 3, 61 | ecclesiastical writers, Athenagoras records that Christians 272 1, 8 | justify and disguise the most atrocious crimes against human beings. " 273 3, 62 | knowledge of the penalty attached, and thus includes those 274 2, 44 | possibility of harming, attacking, or actually denying life 275 4, 90 | account what is realistically attainable, will lead to the re-establishment 276 3, 52 | God himself. This life is attained through the observance of 277 3, 73 | a legitimate and proper attempt to limit its evil aspects.~ ~ 278 3, 64 | today are able not only to attend to cases formerly considered 279 3, 58 | abortion's true nature and to attenuate its seriousness in public 280 2, 44 | origins in God. We see this attested in the many biblical passages 281 3, 55 | case, the fatal outcome is attributable to the aggressor whose action 282 1, 20 | that right in law, means to attribute to human freedom a perverse 283 4, 80(103)| Irenaeus: "Omnem novitatem attulit, semetipsum afferens, qui 284 2, 38(27) | Vita autem hominis visio Dei": Adversus 285 2, 32 | Saviour the truth and the authenticity of their own existence. 286 3, 70 | binding are held to lead to authoritarianism and intolerance.~But it 287 4, 91 | the Second Vatican Council authoritatively encouraged. 116 It also 288 Int, 4 | from punishment but even authorization by the State, so that these 289 3, 72 | between people. Laws which authorize and promote abortion and 290 3, 72 | Consequently, a civil law authorizing abortion or euthanasia ceases 291 3, 61 | Providence".63 Among the Latin authors, Tertullian affirms: "It 292 1, 15 | in order to increase the availability of organs for transplants, 293 3, 67 | matter".86~This natural aversion to death and this incipient 294 2, 49 | are concerned above all to awaken hope for a new principle 295 Conc, 102(138)| of Igny, In Assumptione B. Mariae, Sermo I, 2: PL 296 1, 11 | taken into account. In the background there is the profound crisis 297 4, 86(111)| Beatification of Isidore Bakanja, Elisabetta Canori Mora 298 1, 10 | with the world's ecological balance, by the criminal spread 299 3, 68 | should be compared with and balanced against other goods. It 300 1, 20 | euthanasia are the result of a ballot in accordance with what 301 4, 79 | Through the waters of Baptism we have been made a part 302 1, 14 | we revert to a state of barbarism which one hoped had been 303 1, 20 | negotiable, everything is open to bargaining: even the first of the fundamental 304 2, 48 | existence of others, since the barriers guaranteeing respect for 305 1, 23 | God, God gave them up to a base mind and to improper conduct" ( 306 1, 27 | These deeds strengthen the bases of the "civilization of 307 3, 65 | seek to make suffering more bearable in the final stages of illness 308 2, 32 | is conscious of being the bearer of a message of salvation 309 Conc, 105 | who was slain is alive, bearing the marks of his Passion 310 2, 42 | sheep and oxen, and also the beasts of the field, the birds 311 4, 86(111)| Paul II, Homily for the Beatification of Isidore Bakanja, Elisabetta 312 3, 55 | the spirit of the Gospel Beatitudes (cf. Mt 5:38-40). The sublime 313 4, 80(105)| De Beatitudinibus, Oratio VII: PG 44, 1280.~ 314 Conc, 103 | for Mary to receive and beget as her children all those 315 Conc, 103 | Jesus, gives him over, and begets him to the end for our sake. 316 2, 43 | other earthly gifts" as "the begetter of humanity, the creator 317 3, 73 | objection. From the very beginnings of the Church, the apostolic 318 3, 66 | between life and death, he begs for help in freeing the 319 3 | Your eyes beheld my unformed substance" ( 320 | behind 321 1, 24 | having denied God and believing that they can build the 322 2, 38 | God; and so we are. ... Beloved, we are God's children now; 323 3, 75 | clear the absolute limit beneath which free individuals cannot 324 2, 32 | soon he will find himself bereft of it without ever having 325 4, 86(111)| Elisabetta Canori Mora and Gianna Beretta Molla (24 April 1994): L' 326 | besides 327 Conc, 102 | life which Christ came to bestow on humanity (cf. Jn 10:10). 328 2, 50 | wrought by Jesus is the bestowal of life and resurrection. 329 2, 33 | Nazareth and from the manger at Bethlehem: this life which is born 330 4, 82 | grievously irresponsible as to betray the truth and their own 331 1, 19 | death, taken as a whole, betrays a completely individualistic 332 4, 87 | consistent. It cannot tolerate bias and discrimination, for 333 4, 86 | of gestures of sharing, big or small, which build up 334 4, 89 | unflinching affirmation of life. Bio-medical research too, a field which 335 4, 98 | principal problems of law and biomedicine pertaining to the promotion 336 4, 91 | abortion in order to regulate births. The ways of solving the 337 2, 43 | day".33 This is why the Bishop Amphilochius extolled "holy 338 3, 59 | father of the child may be to blame, not only when he directly 339 1, 25 | like that of a lamb without blemish or spot" (1 Pt 1:18-19). 340 2, 49 | law of freedom, joy and blessedness.~ ~ 341 2, 45 | arrival of Mary and the blessings of the Lord's presence are 342 1, 24 | corruption and the darkest moral blindness.~And yet all the conditioning 343 3, 56 | Church remains valid: "If bloodless means are sufficient to 344 2, 49 | Jerusalem, calling it "the bloody city" (22:2; 24:6, 9), the " 345 3, 77 | working of the Spirit who, blowing where he wills (cf. Jn 3: 346 4, 81 | person, his life and his bodiliness. It is the presentation 347 2, 35 | is flesh of his flesh and bone of his bones (cf. Gen 2: 348 4, 86 | Christian wives and mothers have borne and continue to bear outstanding 349 3, 77 | the requirements of God's bountiful love in Jesus Christ. "He 350 2, 51 | It is finished'; and he bowed his head and gave up his 351 1, 26 | accept abandoned children, boys and girls and teenagers 352 4, 79 | Rom 6:4-5; Col 2:12), as branches which draw nourishment and 353 4, 86 | eloquent witness of all those "brave mothers who devote themselves 354 2, 48 | temptation: "Man does not live by bread alone, but ... by everything 355 4, 100 | power from on high will break down the walls of lies and 356 1, 20 | the process leading to the breakdown of a genuinely human co-existence 357 2, 39 | quieted at its mother's breast; like a child that is quieted 358 2, 50 | all this, having seen him breathe his last, the Roman centurion 359 1, 23 | practical materialism, which breeds individualism, utilitarianism 360 3, 71(94) | XII, Encyclical Letter Mit brennender Sorge (14 March 1937): AAS 361 4, 84(110)| Morte, Istituto Paolo VI, Brescia 1988, 24.~ 362 3, 57 | matter forcefully, in a brief but incisive passage. 50~ 363 2, 50 | ever more radiantly and brightly, and is revealed as the 364 4, 86 | frequently promoted and broadcast by the media do not encourage 365 2, 47 | the poor and to heal the brokenhearted (cf. Lk 4:18; Is 61:1). 366 Conc, 105 | women ~who are victims of brutal violence, ~of the elderly 367 3, 76 | another. The Spirit who builds up communion in love creates 368 3, 66 | a selfish refusal to be burdened with the life of someone 369 4, 88 | all to bear each other's burdens (cf. Gal 6:2). It requires 370 1, 22 | kinds of technology, he busies himself with programming, 371 3, 55(45) | Moralis, l. III, tr. 4, c. 1, dub.3.~ 372 1, 17 | forces of nature or the ?Cains' who kill the ?Abels'; no, 373 3, 68 | approach, or one of sheer calculation, this good should be compared 374 2, 39 | care of her child: "I have calmed and quieted my soul, like 375 Conc, 103 | reach its culmination on Calvary. "Standing by the cross 376 2, 48 | is not only the land of Canaan and the existence of the 377 4, 86(111)| Isidore Bakanja, Elisabetta Canori Mora and Gianna Beretta 378 3, 74 | gradually lead to further capitulation to a mentality of permissiveness.~ 379 3, 74 | relinquishing of reasonable hopes of career advancement. In other cases, 380 4, 85 | time deserve to be given careful consideration, as occasion 381 4, 101 | seeks the truth and which cares about the future of humanity. 382 1, 20 | here is only the tragic caricature of legality; the democratic 383 1, 7 | which enters the world and casts its shadow of meaninglessness 384 1, 10 | life? It is impossible to catalogue completely the vast array 385 4, 82 | educational activity. Teachers, catechists and theologians have the 386 3, 54 | the Apostle John have a categorical ring: "Anyone who hates 387 3, 54 | non-biblical Christian writing - categorically repeated the commandment " 388 2, 43(32) | enim a Deo immediate creari catholica fides nos retinere iubet": 389 2, 43(34) | Homilies, II, 1; CCSG 3, 39.~ 390 4, 79(102)| Roman Missal, prayer of the celebrant before communion. ~ 391 4, 93 | 93. The family celebrates the Gospel of life through 392 4, 94 | sanctuary of life", as the cell of a society which loves 393 1, 23 | possible personal growth, is "censored", rejected as useless, indeed 394 Int, 5 | after the celebration of the centenary of the Encyclical Rerum 395 3, 53 | Donum Vitae sets forth the central content of God's revelation 396 2, 50 | breathe his last, the Roman centurion exclaims: "Truly this man 397 1, 25 | foundation of the absolute certitude that in God's plan life 398 4, 100 | families who carry out their challenging mission amid so many difficulties: 135 399 Conc, 105 | strangely ended! Life's own Champion, slain, yet lives to reign".141~ 400 2, 34 | which leads from indistinct chaos to the most perfect of creatures. 401 4, 89 | doctors, pharmacists, nurses, chaplains, men and women religious, 402 3, 60 | individual person with his characteristic aspects already well determined. 403 1, 18 | phenomena of death which characterize it but also in the variety 404 3, 70 | ethical relativism which characterizes much of present-day culture. 405 4, 78 | according to their individual charisms and ministry.~This is also 406 1, 27 | front line in providing charitable help: so many of her sons 407 3, 63(75) | Charter of the Rights of the Family ( 408 4, 98 | insist on what defiles and cheapens human dignity. In their 409 2, 44 | milk and curdle me like cheese? You clothed me with skin 410 1, 13 | way by the development of chemical products, intrauterine devices 411 3, 71 | duties are guaranteed. The chief concern of civil authorities 412 Conc, 103 | pangs and "the labour" of childbirth (cf. Rev 12:2), that is 413 4, 82 | Paul's exhortation strike a chord in all theologians, pastors, 414 4, 80(104)| inveterascit, recedens a novitate Christi", In Psalmos Davidis Lectura: 415 3, 61 | man already".64~Throughout Christianity's two thousand year history, 416 4, 87 | relevant words of Saint John Chrysostom: "Do you wish to honour 417 2, 51 | through the Sacraments of the Church-symbolized by the blood and water flowing 418 4, 95 | non-believers, in intellectual circles, in the various professional 419 3, 71(94) | this topic, the Encyclical cites: Pius XII, Encyclical Letter 420 1, 18 | people living together", our cities risk becoming societies 421 3, 69 | and rights of any other citizen. On the other hand, it is 422 3, 66(83) | Cf. Saint Augustine, De Civitate Dei I, 20: CCL 47, 22; Saint 423 4, 87 | brother or sister is ill - clad and in lack of daily food, 424 1, 22 | mere "thing", which man claims as his exclusive property, 425 1, 28 | an enormous and dramatic clash between good and evil, death 426 1, 18 | political opinion or social class.~On the other hand, these 427 2, 44 | that you have made me of clay; and will you turn me to 428 2, 32 | the lame walk, lepers are cleansed, and the deaf hear, the 429 1, 28 | obeying his voice, and cleaving to him; for that means life 430 3, 64 | cultural context frequently closed to the transcendent, the 431 4, 99(133)| Closing Message of the Council ( 432 1, 20 | breakdown of a genuinely human co-existence and the disintegration of 433 Int, 3 | body or mind, attempts to coerce the will itself; whatever 434 4, 87 | outside where it suffers cold and nakedness".113~Where 435 3, 70 | tragic obscuring of the collective conscience, an attitude 436 3, 65(81) | Address to the International College of Surgeons (1 June 1972): 437 Int, 5 | the spirit of episcopal collegiality, to offer me their cooperation 438 Conc, 105 | Mary is a living word of comfort for the Church in her struggle 439 3, 73 | do as the king of Egypt commanded them, but let the male children 440 4, 98 | contributions, capable of commanding general respect and interest 441 2, 33 | Father, into your hands I commend my spirit!" (Lk 23:46), 442 2, 35 | his rest, as Saint Ambrose comments with a sense of awe: "The 443 1, 20 | say to you, every one who commits sin is a slave to sin" ( 444 4, 98 | Centres, Institutes and Committees of Bioethics.~An important 445 3, 69 | culture of our time it is commonly held that the legal system 446 1, 26 | sufficient attention in the communications media. Yet, how many initiatives 447 3, 67 | above all a request for companionship, sympathy and support in 448 3, 55 | oneself as the basis of comparison: "You shall love your neighbour 449 3, 71 | things which are outside its competence",90 which is that of ensuring 450 3, 67 | s earthly pilgrimage is completed. Living to the Lord also 451 2, 38 | Saint Irenaeus qualifies and completes his praise of man: "the 452 4, 89 | the intention is solely to comply with the patient's request. 453 1, 24 | Letter to the Romans. It is composed "of men who by their wickedness 454 Int, 5 | yet overcome, are being compounded in many regions of the world 455 3, 57 | Bishops, with numerous and comprehensive doctrinal and pastoral documents 456 4, 100 | deceit: the walls which conceal from the sight of so many 457 3, 70 | practical consequences, are concealed in this position.~It is 458 2, 43 | with God the Creator in conceiving and giving birth to a new 459 1, 11 | 11. Here though we shall concentrate particular attention on 460 1, 27 | expectations are no longer concentrated so much on problems of survival 461 1, 8 | one's neighbour there is a concession to the "thinking" of the 462 1, 22 | the Second Vatican Council concisely states: "Without the Creator 463 4, 99 | my own the words of the concluding message of the Second Vatican 464 Conc | CONCLUSION~ ~ 465 2, 48 | The word of the Lord shows concretely the course which life must 466 3, 66 | 16:13; cf. Tob 13:2).~To concur with the intention of another 467 2, 49 | Prophet Ezekiel frequently condemns the city of Jerusalem, calling 468 1, 16 | to give is unjustly made conditional on the acceptance of an 469 4, 99 | person and, at the same time, confers on you a particular task: " 470 1, 21 | him. If Cain is capable of confessing that his fault is "greater 471 2, 37 | Peter acknowledges in his confession of faith: "Lord, to whom 472 2, 35(25) | Confessions, I, 1: CCL 27, 1.~ 473 3, 60 | genetic science offers clear confirmation. It has demonstrated that 474 2, 45 | New Testament revelation confirms the indisputable recognition 475 1, 10 | of violence, hatred and conflicting interests, which lead people 476 4, 82 | or ambiguity which might conform us to the world's way of 477 4, 95 | because it will be able to confront and solve today's unprecedented 478 3, 67 | human heart in the supreme confrontation with suffering and death, 479 3, 62(72) | Address to the National Congress of Italian Jurists (9 December 480 Conc, 102 | By his death Christ will conquer death and become for all 481 1, 28 | the Risen Lord, who has conquered death; faith in the blood 482 4, 80 | makes all things new 103 and conquers the "oldness" which comes 483 3, 65 | if a believer, to share consciously in the Lord's Passion, such " 484 1, 27 | consecrated and continue to consecrate their lives to God, freely 485 1, 25 | life to men, purifying and consecrating them (cf. Ex 24:8; Lev 17: 486 3, 66 | requested it and who has never consented to it. The height of arbitrariness 487 1, 18 | subjective responsibility and the consequent culpability of those who 488 1, 24 | of death", creating and consolidating actual "structures of sin" 489 3, 73 | duty to obey legitimately constituted public authorities (cf. 490 Int, 4 | basic principles of their Constitutions, has determined not to punish 491 1, 23 | economic efficiency, inordinate consumerism, physical beauty and pleasure, 492 3, 61 | disorder. From its first contacts with the Greco-Roman world, 493 3, 53 | people; but it was already contained in the original covenant 494 Conc, 102 | Life".138~As the Church contemplates Mary's motherhood, she discovers 495 2, 51 | born and increases.~The contemplation of the Cross thus brings 496 Conc, 105 | defeated: "Death with life contended: combat strangely ended! 497 2, 51 | from Christ's side - is continually given to God's children, 498 2, 43 | Creation. Begetting is the continuation of Creation".31~This is 499 3, 72 | with the moral law is in continuity with the whole tradition 500 4, 88 | Gal 6:2). It requires a continuous promotion of vocations to


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