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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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1001 2, 34(23) | Gloria Dei vivens homo": Adversus Haereses, IV, 1002 4, 97 | harmony with moral values. An honest appraisal of their effectiveness 1003 4, 99 | what happened and face it honestly. If you have not already 1004 Conc, 105 | the Gospel of life ~with honesty and love ~to the people 1005 4, 92 | accepted, respected and honoured precisely because he or 1006 1, 14 | state of barbarism which one hoped had been left behind forever.~ ~ 1007 3, 64 | efficiency, according to which a hopelessly impaired life no longer 1008 3, 67 | plea for help to keep on hoping when all human hopes fail. 1009 1, 26 | volunteers prepared to offer hospitality to persons without a family, 1010 3, 67 | ready to meet death at the "hour" willed and chosen by him ( 1011 2, 33 | which radiates from the house at Nazareth and from the 1012 Int, 6 | renewed confidence to every household and I pray that at every 1013 4, 86 | It is in this context, so humanly rich and filled with love, 1014 2, 33 | moment of the Cross: "he humbled himself and became obedient 1015 2, 43 | created. When Adam had lived a hundred and thirty years, he became 1016 2, 35 | emulating his virtue, of hungering for heavenly graces. In 1017 4, 99 | way in the relationship of husband and wife, but which ought 1018 3, 62 | excluded all direct abortion, i.e., every act tending directly 1019 4, 84 | sign of the living God, an icon of Jesus Christ.~We are 1020 4, 98 | to others new, authentic ideals of life, and if they are 1021 4, 82 | mission by proposing personal ideas contrary to the Gospel of 1022 2, 36 | freed from the slavery of idolatry, rebuild lost fellowship 1023 3, 70 | consensus? ~Democracy cannot be idolized to the point of making it 1024 2, 49 | uncleannesses, and from all your idols I will cleanse you. A new 1025 2, 47(37) | Saint Ignatius of Antioch, Letter to the 1026 3, 70 | fundamental and not to be ignored.~The basis of these values 1027 Conc, 102(138)| Blessed Guerric of Igny, In Assumptione B. Mariae, 1028 3, 68 | said - to an increase of illegal practices: and these would 1029 3, 57 | absolute and grave moral illicitness of the direct taking of 1030 3, 67 | hope of immortality are illumined and brought to fulfilment 1031 4, 97 | its very origins. It is an illusion to think that we can build 1032 2, 43 | humanity, the creator of images of God".34~Thus, a man and 1033 3, 58 | absolutely innocent could be imagined. In no way could this human 1034 2, 51 | the same time urges us to imitate Christ and follow in his 1035 1, 9 | of God's mercy should be immediately extended. If punishment 1036 2, 35 | Ps 8:4). Compared to the immensity of the universe, man is 1037 1, 8 | the elderly, the infirm, immigrants, children - and the indifference 1038 3, 65 | situations, when death is clearly imminent and inevitable, one can 1039 3, 70 | morality or a panacea for immorality. Fundamentally, democracy 1040 3, 64 | according to which a hopelessly impaired life no longer has any value.~ ~ 1041 4, 80 | incomparable dignity of man impel us to share this message 1042 3, 77 | it involves an absolute imperative to respect, love and promote 1043 4, 80 | perishable, he becomes imperishable; fleeting, he becomes eternal; 1044 1, 14 | greater than that needed for implantation in the woman's womb, and 1045 4, 88 | the young. It involves the implementation of long-term practical projects 1046 1, 17 | the mass media are often implicated in this conspiracy, by lending 1047 1, 13 | matters of sexuality, and they imply a self-centered concept 1048 1, 23 | instincts. Thus the original import of human sexuality is distorted 1049 3, 56 | personal and social rights by imposing on the offender an adequate 1050 1, 23 | relations are seriously impoverished. The first to be harmed 1051 Int, 3 | living conditions, arbitrary imprisonment, deportation, slavery, prostitution, 1052 1, 23 | up to a base mind and to improper conduct" (Rom 1:28). The 1053 3, 56 | however, as a result of steady improvements in the organization of the 1054 4, 97 | every case to control the impulse of instinct and passion, 1055 2, 42 | cannot be violated with impunity".29~ ~ 1056 4, 95 | to promote a serious and in-depth exchange about basic issues 1057 Conc, 102 | care for the life of the Incarnate Word, human life has been 1058 3, 56 | offering the offender an incentive and help to change his or 1059 1, 9 | is admitted at the very inception of this sinful act of parricide, 1060 3, 57 | forcefully, in a brief but incisive passage. 50~Therefore, by 1061 3, 66 | radically contradicts the innate inclination to life, thus lessening 1062 1, 26 | treatments which were once inconceivable but which now offer much 1063 4, 84 | this that souls owe their incorruptibility; and because of this all 1064 2, 51 | people of life" is born and increases.~The contemplation of the 1065 3, 57 | Magisterium has spoken out with increasing frequency in defence of 1066 3, 57 | or one suffering from an incurable disease, or a person who 1067 1, 15 | less serious hang over the incurably ill and the dying. In a 1068 3, 62 | actually procures an abortion incurs automatic (latae sententiae) 1069 4, 97 | birth for the time being or indefinitely. The moral law obliges them 1070 2, 35 | bears within himself an indelible imprint of God, man is naturally 1071 2, 48 | 48. Life is indelibly marked by a truth of its 1072 1, 20 | wishes to assert himself independently of the other and in fact 1073 2, 31 | identity, the recognition of an indestructible dignity and the beginning 1074 3, 75 | themselves. At the same time they indicate the minimum which they must 1075 3, 54 | is strongly negative: it indicates the extreme limit which 1076 3, 60 | embryo provide "a valuable indication for discerning by the use 1077 2, 34 | process which leads from indistinct chaos to the most perfect 1078 1, 23 | materialism, which breeds individualism, utilitarianism and hedonism. 1079 3, 66 | social conditioning may induce a person to carry out an 1080 Int, 2 | reveals the greatness and the inestimable value of human life even 1081 1, 7 | page rewritten daily, with inexorable and degrading frequency, 1082 3, 64 | is filled with pain and inexorably doomed to even greater suffering.~ 1083 2, 38 | ponder this unexpected and inexpressible truth which comes to us 1084 Int, 3 | and others like them are infamies indeed. They poison human 1085 3, 58(54) | Spes, 51, "Abortus necnon infanticidium nefanda sunt crimina".~ 1086 3, 52 | reflection of the unique and infinite lordship of God. Hence man 1087 Int, 2 | heart's expectations while infinitely surpassing them. Even in 1088 1, 8 | such as the elderly, the infirm, immigrants, children - 1089 3, 56 | punishment which society inflicts is "to redress the disorder 1090 1, 24 | result of the penetrating influence of the media, to an extremely 1091 4, 90 | sometimes decisive role in influencing patterns of thought and 1092 3, 63 | even to favour a serene and informed acceptance of the child 1093 3, 73 | voted on. Such cases are not infrequent. It is a fact that while 1094 3, 69 | the sole limitation of not infringing on the freedom and rights 1095 3, 61 | the precise moment of the infusion of the spiritual soul have 1096 1, 19 | freedom which possesses an inherently relational dimension. This 1097 1, 25 | ransomed from the futile ways inherited from your fathers, not with 1098 3, 64 | seen to be senseless and inhumane. Here we are faced with 1099 2, 33 | no place for them in the inn" (Lk 2:7). In this contrast 1100 3, 71 | fundamental rights which innately belong to the person, rights 1101 1, 25 | Christ, of whom Abel in his innocence is a prophetic figure, cries 1102 2, 49 | place with the blood of innocents" (Jer 19:4). Among them, 1103 1, 11 | or final stages by using innocuous medical terms which distract 1104 1, 23 | as economic efficiency, inordinate consumerism, physical beauty 1105 2, 33 | contrast between threats and insecurity on the one hand and the 1106 4, 99 | being, enabling it to grow inside her, giving it room, respecting 1107 Conc, 104 | of evil is, in fact, an insidious opposition which, before 1108 1, 21 | Once again we can gain insight from the story of Abel's 1109 4, 98 | and human love, and not insist on what defiles and cheapens 1110 3, 57 | Magisterium, particularly insistent in this regard, has always 1111 3, 65(81) | Office, Decretum de directa insontium occisione (2 December 1940): 1112 4, 90 | love. The Gospel of life inspires them to lift their feelings 1113 3, 60 | demonstrated that from the first instant there is established the 1114 4, 97 | more fully to the truth, instils in them growing respect 1115 4, 97 | to control the impulse of instinct and passion, and to respect 1116 2, 34 | always a good. This is an instinctive perception and a fact of 1117 2, 38 | begins to grow. Although man instinctively loves life because it is 1118 1, 23 | of personal desires and instincts. Thus the original import 1119 Int, 3 | people are treated as mere instruments of gain rather than as free 1120 2, 50 | he is mocked, jeered at, insulted (cf. Mk 15:24-36). And yet, 1121 Int, 3 | the will itself; whatever insults human dignity, such as subhuman 1122 4, 95 | including non-believers, in intellectual circles, in the various 1123 4, 99 | as usefulness, strength, intelligence, beauty or health. This 1124 1, 20 | of the other and in fact intends to make his own interests 1125 1, 17 | greatest success".15 Aside from intentions, which can be varied and 1126 4, 94 | creating a climate of mutual interaction and enriching communication 1127 1, 25 | implores mercy, 19 it makes intercession for the brethren before 1128 4, 97 | meaning and in their close interconnection. Sexuality, which enriches 1129 3, 64 | open to a future of new and interesting experiences. But it becomes 1130 1, 22 | consider it unlawful to interfere in any way with nature, 1131 4, 79 | one tree (cf. Jn 15:5). Interiorly renewed by the grace of 1132 3, 71(94) | 55 (1963), 273-274. The internal quote is from Pius XII, 1133 1, 18 | ever more widely shared, to interpret the above crimes against 1134 4, 98 | human dignity. In their interpretation of things, they should refrain 1135 Int, 3 | Church, certain that I am interpreting the genuine sentiment of 1136 2, 40 | killed his brother Abel, interprets the experience of every 1137 1, 8 | preferring Abel's gift, does not interrupt his dialogue with Cain. 1138 3, 65 | in similar cases is not interrupted".77 Certainly there is a 1139 3, 58 | ambiguous terminology, such as "interruption of pregnancy", which tends 1140 3, 64 | senseless" if it suddenly interrupts a life still open to a future 1141 4, 91 | have a responsibility to "intervene to orient the demography 1142 2, 43 | 20). Aware that God has intervened, Eve exclaims: "I have begotten 1143 1, 8 | man.~After the crime, God intervenes to avenge the one killed. 1144 3, 70 | to authoritarianism and intolerance.~But it is precisely the 1145 1, 13 | development of chemical products, intrauterine devices and vaccines which, 1146 4, 86 | love! We thank you for your intrepid trust in God and in his 1147 3, 73 | continue to be campaigns to introduce laws favouring abortion, 1148 2, 36 | plan for human life and introduced death into the world, the 1149 3, 67 | man rightly follows the intuition of his heart when he abhors 1150 4, 82 | explained and more fully investigated. 106 May Paul's exhortation 1151 4, 80(104)| Thomas Aquinas, "Peccator inveterascit, recedens a novitate Christi", 1152 2, 36 | Christ is the image of the invisible God" (Col 1:15), he "reflects 1153 4, 83 | every person, as Paul VI invited us to do in one of his first 1154 3, 74 | never be justified either by invoking respect for the freedom 1155 1, 17 | conspiracy against life", involving even international Institutions, 1156 3, 75(100)| In Iohannis Evangelium Tractatus, 41, 1157 4, 92 | of life is decisive and irreplaceable.~As the domestic church, 1158 3, 77 | conscience of everyone as an irrepressible echo of the original covenant 1159 4, 82 | they never be so grievously irresponsible as to betray the truth and 1160 3, 75 | any consequence; they are irrevocably opposed to the bond between 1161 2, 32 | these words of the Prophet Isaiah (35:5-6, 61:1), Jesus sets 1162 4, 86(111)| for the Beatification of Isidore Bakanja, Elisabetta Canori 1163 4, 84(110)| VI, Pensiero alla Morte, Istituto Paolo VI, Brescia 1988, 1164 2, 43(32) | catholica fides nos retinere iubet": Pius XII, Encyclical Letter 1165 3, 72(97) | Non videtur esse lex, quae iusta non fuerit", De Libero Arbitrio, 1166 4, 87 | Gal 5:6). As the Letter of James admonishes us: "What does 1167 3, 65(81) | Every life is sacred" (27 January 1971): Insegnamenti IX ( 1168 4 | faith but has not works?" (Jas 2:14): serving the Gospel 1169 2, 50 | executioners: he is mocked, jeered at, insulted (cf. Mk 15: 1170 1, 18 | capable, in the end, of jeopardizing the very meaning of democratic 1171 1, 9 | wilful murder. 12 For the Jewish people, as for many peoples 1172 2, 43 | Thus, a man and woman joined in matrimony become partners 1173 4, 91 | providential area for dialogue and joint efforts with the followers 1174 Conc, 104 | threat, Mary has to flee with Joseph and the Child into Egypt ( 1175 2, 33 | people (cf. Jn 12:32). In his journeying amid contradictions and 1176 2, 38 | rather, it develops in a joyous awareness that life can 1177 3, 54 | advocates of the rich and unjust judges of the poor; they are filled 1178 3, 62(72) | National Congress of Italian Jurists (9 December 1972): AAS 64 ( 1179 3, 62 | Connubii, rejected the specious justifications of abortion. 65 Pius XII 1180 3, 66 | and life" (Dt 32:39; cf. 2 Kg 5:7; 1 Sam 2:6). But he 1181 1, 9 | passed from a life of human kindness to one which was more akin 1182 2, 44 | with skin and flesh, and knit me together with bones and 1183 3, 61 | them, who forms them and knits them together with his own 1184 4, 84 | bless God our Father, who knitted us together in our mother' 1185 3, 62 | written in every human heart, knowable by reason itself, and proclaimed 1186 2, 32 | receive their sight, the lame walk, lepers are cleansed, 1187 1, 24 | conscience, this bright lamp of the soul (cf. Mt 6:22- 1188 2, 32 | person who, like the rich land-owner in the Gospel parable, thinks 1189 1, 24 | fundamental right to life. A large part of contemporary society 1190 1, 27 | and now makes them produce lasting fruit for the good of all.~ 1191 3, 62 | abortion incurs automatic (latae sententiae) excommunication".70 1192 2, 29 | to Martha, the sister of Lazarus: "I am the resurrection 1193 3, 61(60) | words: "Upon you I have leaned from my birth; you are he 1194 1, 8 | door of his heart, ready to leap on its prey. But Cain remains 1195 3, 61(60) | coming of the Child and leaps for joy.~ 1196 1, 25 | Jn 13:1), the believer learns to recognize and appreciate 1197 1, 9 | 9. But God cannot leave the crime unpunished: from 1198 4, 95 | Like the yeast which leavens the whole measure of dough ( 1199 3, 59 | decision on her part by leaving her alone to face the problems 1200 4, 80(104)| Christi", In Psalmos Davidis Lectura: 6,5.~ 1201 3, 59 | systematically campaign for the legalization and spread of abortion in 1202 1, 27 | have been successful, to legalize euthanasia, movements and 1203 3, 72 | be carried out would be legalizing a case of suicide-murder, 1204 3, 70 | unscrupulous tyrants, they were legitimated by popular consensus? ~Democracy 1205 3, 63 | thus opening the way to legitimizing infanticide and euthanasia 1206 1, 17 | implicated in this conspiracy, by lending credit to that culture which 1207 4, 79 | not however eliminate or lessen the responsibility of each 1208 2, 38 | which Jesus gives in no way lessens the value of our existence 1209 3, 52 | exercise dominion over other lesser creatures (cf. Gen 1:28), 1210 1, 27 | count the spread, at many levels of public opinion, of a 1211 3, 70 | manoeuvering not only the levers of power but also of shaping 1212 3, 72(97) | Augustine: "Non videtur esse lex, quae iusta non fuerit", 1213 3, 53 | the beginning", is also "a liar and the father of lies" ( 1214 3, 64 | But it becomes a "rightful liberation" once life is held to be 1215 3, 72(97) | quae iusta non fuerit", De Libero Arbitrio, I, 5, 11: PL 32, 1216 3, 73 | abortion was well known, could licitly support proposals aimed 1217 3, 65 | this context is that of the licitness of using various types of 1218 2, 39 | the Flood: "For your own lifeblood, too, I will demand an accounting ... 1219 1, 28 | This situation, with its lights and shadows, ought to make 1220 3, 55(45) | 7; Saint Alphonsus De' Liguori, Theologia Moralis, l. III, 1221 3, 58 | public opinion. Perhaps this linguistic phenomenon is itself a symptom 1222 4, 96 | inherent and specific which links them inextricably: the vocation 1223 2, 51 | therefore, that we may listen with open and generous hearts 1224 2, 48 | 3; cf. Mt 4:4).~It is by listening to the word of the Lord 1225 2, 31 | specifically in the Wisdom Literature, on the basis of daily experience 1226 4, 79 | to celebrate it in the Liturgy and in our whole existence, 1227 Int, 2 | the very life of God. The loftiness of this supernatural vocation 1228 1, 14 | illness.~Following this same logic, the point has been reached 1229 4, 88 | involves the implementation of long-term practical projects and initiatives 1230 3, 66 | the bonds of the body and longing to be released; nor is it 1231 2, 46 | God: "You, O Lord, hold my lot" (cf. Ps 16:5), and he accepts 1232 1, 28 | Moses' invitation rings out loud and clear: "See, I have 1233 1, 16 | sustain in the context of low economic and social development, 1234 3, 75 | free individuals cannot lower themselves. At the same 1235 2, 33 | but also a sharing in the lowliest and most vulnerable conditions 1236 3, 62(66) | Biomedical Association "San Luca" (12 November 1944): Discorsi 1237 2, 45(36) | Expositio Evangelii secundum Lucam, II, 22-23: CCL, 14, 40- 1238 3, 65 | in order to remain fully lucid and, if a believer, to share 1239 3, 61(60) | So too the Evangelist Luke - in the magnificent episode 1240 2, 34 | is what Saint Irenaeus of Lyons wanted to emphasize in his 1241 3, 62(67) | Encyclical Letter Mater et Magistra (15 May 1961), 3: AAS 53 ( 1242 3, 61(60) | Evangelist Luke - in the magnificent episode of the meeting of 1243 4, 88 | conditions of hardship, maladjustment, sickness or rejection, 1244 1, 8 | Adam, he is tempted by the malevolent force of sin which, like 1245 1, 15 | is proposed to eliminate malformed babies, the severely handicapped, 1246 3, 65 | this practice involves the malice proper to suicide or murder.~ ~ 1247 1, 10 | are forced into poverty, malnutrition and hunger because of an 1248 Int, 2 | Gospel.~For this reason, man-living man - represents the primary 1249 4, 90 | legislative or decision-making mandate, which calls that person 1250 2, 33 | at Nazareth and from the manger at Bethlehem: this life 1251 2, 31 | fullness is waiting to be manifested in love and brought to perfection, 1252 2, 29 | making himself present and manifesting himself; through his words 1253 4, 89 | tempted at times to become manipulators of life, or even agents 1254 4, 86 | an ethically acceptable manner, with a view to offering 1255 3, 70 | the ones most capable of manoeuvering not only the levers of power 1256 Conc, 102(138)| Igny, In Assumptione B. Mariae, Sermo I, 2: PL 185, 188.~ 1257 2, 29 | how he spoke of himself to Martha, the sister of Lazarus: " 1258 2, 47 | first of a countless host of martyrs whom the Church has venerated 1259 4, 84 | most beautiful thing, a marvel ever new and moving, an 1260 Int, 2 | non-believer alike - because it marvellously fulfils all the heart's 1261 4, 84 | only as one of the greatest marvels of creation: for God has 1262 2, 35 | with the formation of that masterpiece which is man, who exercises 1263 1, 23 | inevitably leads to a practical materialism, which breeds individualism, 1264 1, 23 | child represents.~In the materialistic perspective described so 1265 1, 23 | world. It is reduced to pure materiality: it is simply a complex 1266 Int, 3 | 14), is entrusted to the maternal care of the Church. Therefore 1267 4, 87(113)| In Matthaeum, Hom. L, 3: PG 58, 508.~ 1268 3, 54 | contradictions, progressively matured in this way of thinking, 1269 3, 67 | Jn 13:1), which can only mean when one's earthly pilgrimage 1270 3, 64 | is held to be no longer meaningful because it is filled with 1271 1, 23 | and falsified, and the two meanings, unitive and procreative, 1272 4, 90 | especially through legislative measures. In a democratic system, 1273 3, 70 | would be reduced to a mere mechanism for regulating different 1274 3, 68 | would be carried out in a medically unsafe way. The question 1275 3, 61 | recourse to abortifacient medicines, because children, even 1276 2, 47 | the Master's footsteps and meets those who are stoning him 1277 4, 93 | particularly through its membership of family associations, 1278 Conc | forth" (Rev 12:4): life menaced by the forces of evil~ ~ 1279 1, 14 | opinion on the basis of a mentality-mistakenly held to be consistent with 1280 4, 88 | communities for minors or the mentally ill, care and relief centres 1281 4, 99 | repentance. The Father of mercies is ready to give you his 1282 4, 98 | interest by reason of their merit. It was precisely for this 1283 Int, 1 | accompanies the Birth of the Messiah is thus seen to be the foundation 1284 2, 44 | you not pour me out like milk and curdle me like cheese? 1285 4, 91 | On the eve of the Third Millennium, the challenge facing us 1286 1, 10 | violence against life done to millions of human beings, especially 1287 2, 35 | What is man that you are mindful of him, and the son of man 1288 1, 24 | so that "their senseless minds were darkened" (Rom 1:21); " 1289 3, 58 | the point of lacking that minimal form of defence consisting 1290 3, 75 | same time they indicate the minimum which they must respect 1291 3, 52 | greatness lies - he is the "minister of God's plan".40 ~Life 1292 3, 52 | however is not absolute, but ministerial: it is a real reflection 1293 4, 78 | individual charisms and ministry.~This is also the case with 1294 4, 88 | residential communities for minors or the mentally ill, care 1295 2, 50 | cf. Acts 10:38). But his miracles, healings and even his raising 1296 2, 44 | contemplate the work of God who miraculously formed his body in his mother' 1297 2, 31 | given to him that is in misery, and life to the bitter 1298 4, 97 | it is futile, not to say misleading, to try to hide them or 1299 1, 15 | an understandable even if misplaced compassion. All this is 1300 1, 19 | is sometimes marked by a mistaken sense of altruism and human 1301 1, 22 | divinizing" it. Again, this is a misunderstanding of nature's dependence on 1302 3, 70 | for life which shows what misunderstandings and contradictions, accompanied 1303 2, 42 | of a freedom to ?use and misuse', or to dispose of things 1304 3, 71(94) | Pius XII, Encyclical Letter Mit brennender Sorge (14 March 1305 2, 48 | its limits and try to find mitigating factors and exceptions. 1306 1, 26 | agencies and organizations are mobilizing their efforts to bring the 1307 2, 50 | his executioners: he is mocked, jeered at, insulted (cf. 1308 1, 9 | way observe patience and moderation, but would straightaway 1309 4, 86 | the name of progress and modernity the values of fidelity, 1310 3, 71 | no State can ever create, modify or destroy, but must only 1311 4, 86(111)| Mora and Gianna Beretta Molla (24 April 1994): L'Osservatore 1312 1, 13 | abortion, enormous sums of money have been invested and continue 1313 4, 91 | single person or group has a monopoly on the defence and promotion 1314 Conc, 103 | clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her 1315 4, 86(111)| Bakanja, Elisabetta Canori Mora and Gianna Beretta Molla ( 1316 1, 25(19) | Saint Gregory the Great, Moralia in Job, 13, 23: CCL 143A, 1317 3, 55(45) | Alphonsus De' Liguori, Theologia Moralis, l. III, tr. 4, c. 1, dub. 1318 3, 57 | in matters of faith and morals".49~Faced with the progressive 1319 3, 59 | this way the family is thus mortally wounded and profaned in 1320 4, 84(110)| Paul VI, Pensiero alla Morte, Istituto Paolo VI, Brescia 1321 3, 66 | to live".85 Even when not motivated by a selfish refusal to 1322 1, 15 | justified by the utilitarian motive of avoiding costs which 1323 4, 98(132)| John Paul II, Motu Proprio Vitae Mysterium ( 1324 4, 85 | the sorrow of those who mourn, and hope and desire for 1325 Conc, 105 | neither shall there be mourning nor crying nor pain any 1326 2, 47 | alone, in whom "we live and move and have our being" (Acts 1327 4, 84 | Every life and every living movement proceed from this Life which 1328 4, 84 | thing, a marvel ever new and moving, an event worthy of being 1329 1, 12 | way be explained by the multiplicity and gravity of today's social 1330 Int, 5 | Today there exists a great multitude of weak and defenceless 1331 3, 61 | that Christians consider as murderesses women who have recourse 1332 Int, 3 | the human person, such as mutilation, torments inflicted on body 1333 4, 84 | its hardships, its hidden mysteries, its suffering and its inevitable 1334 3, 77 | be observed thanks to the mysterious working of the Spirit who, 1335 1, 22 | able to see himself as "mysteriously different" from other earthly 1336 4, 98(132)| Paul II, Motu Proprio Vitae Mysterium (11 February 1994), 4: AAS 1337 2, 50 | every human life.~Jesus is nailed to the Cross and is lifted 1338 4, 87 | where it suffers cold and nakedness".113~Where life is involved, 1339 2, 43 | likeness, after his image, and named him Seth" (Gen 5:1-3). It 1340 | namely 1341 4, 84(109)| Areopagite, On the Divine Names, 6, 1-3: PG 3, 856-857.~ 1342 3, 65 | licit to relieve pain by narcotics, even when the result is 1343 1, 22 | perfection. Enclosed in the narrow horizon of his physical 1344 1, 21 | being rebuked by the Prophet Nathan, exclaimed: "My offences 1345 1, 18 | any distinction of race, nationality, religion, political opinion 1346 1, 9 | exile far away from his native land, so that he passed 1347 2, 44 | life not yet born, and life nearing its end, this can easily 1348 3, 56 | except in cases of absolute necessity: in other words, when it 1349 3, 58(54) | Gaudium et Spes, 51, "Abortus necnon infanticidium nefanda sunt 1350 3, 58(54) | Abortus necnon infanticidium nefanda sunt crimina".~ 1351 1, 19 | to be emphasized: freedom negates and destroys itself, and 1352 2, 32 | suffering or in some way neglected by society. On a deeper 1353 4, 85 | and euthanasia, without neglecting other aspects of life which 1354 3, 64 | Furthermore, when he denies or neglects his fundamental relationship 1355 1, 10 | culpable indifference and negligence of those who could in some 1356 1, 20 | that point, everything is negotiable, everything is open to bargaining: 1357 4, 87 | we are called to become neighbours to everyone (cf. Lk 10:29- 1358 3, 59 | one cannot overlook the network of complicity which reaches 1359 4, 88 | the fear of accepting a newly conceived life or life which 1360 2, 32 | real meaning: "Fool! This night your soul is required of 1361 2, 39 | himself makes this clear to Noah after the Flood: "For your 1362 1, 8(11) | Saint Ambrose, De Noe, 26:94-96: CSEL 32, 480- 1363 Int, 2 | every person - believer and non-believer alike - because it marvellously 1364 3, 54 | Didache, the most ancient non-biblical Christian writing - categorically 1365 3, 56 | rare, if not practically non-existent.~In any event, the principle 1366 1, 27 | to finding effective but "non-violent" means to counter the armed 1367 3, 57 | be used. Before the moral norm which prohibits the direct 1368 3, 65 | of life, so long as the normal care due to the sick person 1369 3, 63 | within the parameters of "normality" and physical well-being, 1370 2, 35 | ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and 1371 1, 18 | circumstances can mitigate even to a notable degree subjective responsibility 1372 Int, 5 | of the Encyclical Rerum Novarum, I drew everyone's attention 1373 4, 80(104)| inveterascit, recedens a novitate Christi", In Psalmos Davidis 1374 4, 80(103)| Saint Irenaeus: "Omnem novitatem attulit, semetipsum afferens, 1375 2, 50 | desert (Jn 3:14-15; cf. Num 21:8-9) is renewed and brought 1376 3, 61 | tomorrow whose days are numbered and whose vocation is even 1377 Conc, 105 | O Mother, ~upon the vast numbers ~of babies not allowed to 1378 1, 17 | also their unheard - of numerical proportion, and the fact 1379 2, 39 | of a mother who accepts, nurtures and takes care of her child: " 1380 4, 89 | still relevant Hippocratic Oath, which requires every doctor 1381 1, 28 | loving the Lord your God, obeying his voice, and cleaving 1382 3, 72 | before the law. It might be objected that such is not the case 1383 1, 14 | which presents no moral objections if carried out in order 1384 3, 61 | they are the personal objects of God's loving and fatherly 1385 3, 70 | the human heart, is the obligatory point of reference for civil 1386 3, 58 | has become progressively obscured. The acceptance of abortion 1387 3, 70 | as a result of a tragic obscuring of the collective conscience, 1388 3, 52 | is attained through the observance of the Lord's commandments, 1389 4, 87 | admiration from all unbiased observers. Every Christian community, 1390 2, 48 | dignity and justice. It is by observing the Law of God that we are 1391 4, 86 | witness, are presented as obsolete ... We thank you, heroic 1392 1, 13 | regards procreation as an obstacle to personal fulfilment. 1393 1, 13 | promoting abortion, because she obstinately continues to teach the moral 1394 1, 18 | gravity of the motives which occasioned it and the consequences 1395 3, 62 | Bishops - who on various occasions have condemned abortion 1396 3, 65(81) | Decretum de directa insontium occisione (2 December 1940): AAS 32 ( 1397 4, 99 | it supports life, women occupy a place, in thought and 1398 1, 18 | precisely because it is occurring in a society which makes 1399 2, 48 | Covenant, God's commandment is offered as the path of life: "I 1400 3, 65(81) | Congregation of the Holy Office, Decretum de directa insontium 1401 3, 73 | pro-abortion law, an elected official, whose absolute personal 1402 4, 94 | While in some cultures older people remain a part of 1403 4, 80 | new 103 and conquers the "oldness" which comes from sin and 1404 4 | Your children will be like olive shoots around your table" ( 1405 3, 65 | understood to be an action or omission which of itself and by intention 1406 4, 80(103)| Cf. Saint Irenaeus: "Omnem novitatem attulit, semetipsum 1407 1, 26 | would therefore be to give a one-sided picture, which could lead 1408 1, 15 | surreptitious, or practised openly and even legally. As well 1409 3, 52(38) | De Hominis Opificio, 4: PG 44, 136.~ 1410 4, 91 | efforts to ensure "greater opportunities and a fairer distribution 1411 3, 73 | and clear obligation to oppose them by conscientious objection. 1412 3, 54 | they drive away the needy, oppress the suffering, they are 1413 4, 96 | will of individuals or the oppressive totalitarianism of public 1414 4, 80(105)| De Beatitudinibus, Oratio VII: PG 44, 1280.~ 1415 3, 65 | accompanied in his or her ordeal. Among the questions which 1416 1, 22 | more living being, as an organism which, at most, has reached 1417 3, 56 | steady improvements in the organization of the penal system, such 1418 4, 91 | responsibility to "intervene to orient the demography of the population".114 1419 1, 27 | peoples, and increasingly oriented to finding effective but " 1420 4, 87 | person who is suffering ornear death - we have the opportunity 1421 1, 27 | in families, hospitals, orphanages, homes for the elderly and 1422 2, 41 | case of foreigners, widows, orphans, the sick and the poor in 1423 3, 52(39) | John Damascene, De Fide Orthodoxa, 2, 12: PG 94, 920.922, 1424 4, 86(111)| Molla (24 April 1994): L'Osservatore Romano, 25-26 April 1994, 1425 4, 99 | room, respecting it in its otherness. Women first learn and then 1426 | otherwise 1427 | ours 1428 4, 83 | who are sick, suffering, outcast or at death's door. Instead, 1429 2, 32 | crowds of the sick and the outcasts who follow him and seek 1430 4, 90 | currents with differing outlooks. At the same time, certain 1431 4, 94 | of the elderly or their outright rejection are intolerable. 1432 4, 88 | assistance and support in overcoming hardship and the fear of 1433 4, 84 | abandon Life, because of its overflowing love for man, it converts 1434 4, 84 | praise: it is Life which overflows with life".109~Like the 1435 3, 73 | when it is not possible to overturn or completely abrogate a 1436 4, 84 | 15-16). We exclaim with overwhelming joy: "I give you thanks 1437 3, 60 | from the time that the ovum is fertilized, a life is 1438 4, 84 | It is to this that souls owe their incorruptibility; 1439 3, 63 | right to the same respect owed to a child once born, just 1440 2, 42 | his feet, all sheep and oxen, and also the beasts of 1441 Int, 5(7) | Ibid., loc.cit., p. 1294.~ 1442 2, 34 | and from the very first pages it receives a powerful and 1443 1, 27 | growing attention being paid to the quality of life and 1444 3, 65 | forgoing treatment with pain-killers in order to remain fully 1445 3, 65 | of using various types of painkillers and sedatives for relieving 1446 3, 70 | substitute for morality or a panacea for immorality. Fundamentally, 1447 Conc, 103 | knows this too - through the pangs and "the labour" of childbirth ( 1448 1, 18 | 18. The panorama described needs to be understood 1449 4, 84(110)| Pensiero alla Morte, Istituto Paolo VI, Brescia 1988, 24.~ 1450 3, 55 | seem to involve a genuine paradox. This happens for example 1451 1, 9 | precisely here that the paradoxical mystery of the merciful 1452 1, 11 | considered as "crimes"; paradoxically they assume the nature of " 1453 3, 63 | human life only within the parameters of "normality" and physical 1454 1, 21 | his sin will not obtain pardon from the Lord and that his 1455 4, 93 | of serious hardship. True parental love is ready to go beyond 1456 1, 9 | inception of this sinful act of parricide, then the divine law of 1457 3, 70 | to be illusory. Even in participatory systems of government, the 1458 4, 95 | cultural dialogue among all parties. While the urgent need for 1459 2, 43 | joined in matrimony become partners in a divine undertaking: 1460 1, 7 | those who belong to his party experience it" (Wis 1:13- 1461 4, 90 | decisive role in influencing patterns of thought and behaviour. 1462 2, 50 | about life, I would like to pause with each one of you to 1463 3, 71 | all may "lead a quiet and peaceable life, godly and respectful 1464 4, 80(104)| Saint Thomas Aquinas, "Peccator inveterascit, recedens a 1465 3, 54 | heavy and lengthy public penance before the repentant murderer 1466 4, 80 | and woman and to make it penetrate every part of society.~ ~ 1467 1, 24 | also as a result of the penetrating influence of the media, 1468 4, 84(110)| Paul VI, Pensiero alla Morte, Istituto Paolo 1469 Int, 2 | not an "ultimate" but a "penultimate" reality; even so, it remains 1470 1, 15 | cultural climate which fails to perceive any meaning or value in 1471 1, 23 | climate, the body is no longer perceived as a properly personal reality, 1472 4, 83 | circumstances it is open to perceiving in the face of every person 1473 1, 19 | and explicit, or at least perceptible, communication. It is clear 1474 2, 35 | spirit of life explains the perennial dissatisfaction which man 1475 2, 29 | Council teaches, Christ "perfected revelation by fulfilling 1476 2, 29 | accomplish" this truth perfectly (cf. Jn 3:21), that is, 1477 3, 71 | person, and to facilitate the performance of his duties, is the principal 1478 3, 74 | acts which he personally performs; no one can be exempted 1479 Int, 2 | hope and true joy for every period of history. The Gospel of 1480 3, 62 | been confirmed in various periods of history. The 1917 Code 1481 1, 23 | hedonism. Here too we see the permanent validity of the words of 1482 4, 95 | the Gospel is meant to permeate all cultures and give them 1483 3, 74 | the fact that civil law permits it or requires it. Each 1484 3, 66 | at times to be the actual perpetrator of, an injustice which can 1485 2, 41 | enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so that you may be 1486 2, 50 | asking forgiveness for his persecutors (cf. Lk 23:34), and to the 1487 3, 77 | and woman and to work with perseverance and courage so that our 1488 4, 93 | environment.~As "a firm and persevering determination to commit 1489 4, 99 | profoundly marks the woman's personality".134 A mother welcomes and 1490 Int, 2 | Lord, 1 has a profound and persuasive echo in the heart of every 1491 Conc, 105 | Mother's life is in fact pervaded by the certainty that God 1492 3, 66 | and indeed a disturbing "perversion" of mercy. True "compassion" 1493 2, 41 | that of the Scribes and Pharisees, also with regard to respect 1494 1, 13 | invested in the production of pharmaceutical products which make it possible 1495 4, 89 | health-care personnel: doctors, pharmacists, nurses, chaplains, men 1496 1, 18 | not only in terms of the phenomena of death which characterize 1497 3, 54 | commandment, are summed up in this phrase: ?You shall love your neighbour 1498 1, 26 | therefore be to give a one-sided picture, which could lead to sterile 1499 Conc, 103 | against - and a sword will pierce through your own soul also - 1500 Conc, 105 | Rev 21:4).~And as we, the pilgrim people, the people of life 1501 3, 67 | mean when one's earthly pilgrimage is completed. Living to


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