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1502 4, 101 | natural death - is one of the pillars on which every civil society 1503 2, 46 | among those gone down to the pit" (Ps 30:2-3).~ ~ 1504 1, 15 | for reasons of a misguided pity at the sight of the patient' 1505 3, 74 | financial and professional plane.~ ~ 1506 4, 85 | celebration of this Day should be planned and carried out with the 1507 2, 31 | notion of immortal life planted by the Creator in the human 1508 2, 42 | dispose of things as one pleases. The limitation imposed 1509 4, 95 | and try to learn what is pleasing to the Lord. Take no part 1510 3, 67 | given him the Spirit, the pledge of resurrection and of life ( 1511 1, 9 | dignity, and God himself pledges to guarantee this. And it 1512 1, 9 | Gen 2:15), a place of plenty, of harmonious interpersonal 1513 3, 58 | defence consisting in the poignant power of a newborn baby' 1514 Int, 3 | are infamies indeed. They poison human society, and they 1515 1, 22 | man is also threatened and poisoned, as the Second Vatican Council 1516 3, 69 | this may be. Hence every politician, in his or her activity, 1517 1, 20 | happening also at the level of politics and government: the original 1518 3, 63(75) | 1983), article 4b: Vatican Polyglot Press, 1983. ~ 1519 4, 98 | purpose that I established the Pontifical Academy for Life, assigning 1520 Conc, 106 | 1995, the seventeenth of my Pontificate.~ ~ 1521 4, 98(130)| Paul VI, Encyclical Letter Populorum Progressio (26 March 1967), 1522 1, 7 | his flock and of their fat portions. And the Lord had regard 1523 Int, 5 | and of the challenges it poses to the entire human family 1524 1, 22 | is no longer capable of posing the question of the truest 1525 1, 28 | helps us so much to face positively the conflict between death 1526 1, 22 | become things to be merely "possessed" or "rejected".~Moreover, 1527 1, 19 | freedom, a freedom which possesses an inherently relational 1528 2, 48 | meaninglessness and unhappiness, and possibly to become a threat to the 1529 3, 72 | Encyclical: "Authority is a postulate of the moral order and derives 1530 2, 44 | dust again? Did you not pour me out like milk and curdle 1531 Conc, 103 | those who become disciples, pouring out upon them the saving 1532 3, 69 | considers moral and actually practises. Furthermore, if it is believed 1533 1, 26 | efforts of researchers and practitioners, continues in its efforts 1534 4, 82 | ones called to be untiring preachers of the Gospel of life. We 1535 3, 65 | that would only secure a precarious and burdensome prolongation 1536 2, 31 | daily experience of the precariousness of life and awareness of 1537 3, 61 | the initial phase which precedes birth. All human beings, 1538 2, 31 | experience, Israel discovered the preciousness of its life in the eyes 1539 2, 47 | death of John the Baptist, precursor of the Saviour, also testifies 1540 3, 65 | with the Magisterium of my Predecessors 81 and in communion with 1541 1, 8 | of evil: man is in no way predestined to evil. Certainly, like 1542 1, 16 | inviolable right to life, they prefer to promote and impose by 1543 4, 93 | adoption-at-a-distance, preferable in cases where the only 1544 1, 9 | of a wild beast. God, who preferred the correction rather than 1545 1, 8 | however that God, although preferring Abel's gift, does not interrupt 1546 1, 8 | reveal the reason why God prefers Abel's sacrifice to Cain' 1547 Conc, 103 | earthly life sum up and prefigure the rejection of Jesus, 1548 4, 97 | effectiveness should dispel certain prejudices which are still widely held, 1549 3, 64 | an attitude of excessive preoccupation with efficiency and which 1550 1, 13 | to be almost exclusively preoccupied with developing products 1551 3, 74 | phases of consultation, preparation and execution of these acts 1552 3, 65 | they ought to be able to prepare in a fully conscious way 1553 4, 99 | it is the indispensable prerequisite for an authentic cultural 1554 2, 34 | truth and freedom are human prerogatives inasmuch as man is created 1555 3, 55 | commandment prohibits and prescribes. 43 There are in fact situations 1556 4, 84 | every other life, gives and preserves life. Every life and every 1557 3, 63(75) | article 4b: Vatican Polyglot Press, 1983. ~ 1558 3, 74 | require the sacrifice of prestigious professional positions or 1559 3, 63 | reprehensible, since it presumes to measure the value of 1560 4, 97 | moral values which they presuppose.~The work of education cannot 1561 3, 55 | confirmed by Jesus, itself presupposes love of oneself as the basis 1562 1, 19 | that on the basis of these presuppositions there is no place in the 1563 1, 20 | to make his own interests prevail. Still, in the face of other 1564 3, 64 | by new features. When the prevailing tendency is to value life 1565 1, 22 | scientific way of thinking, prevalent in present-day culture, 1566 4, 88 | specific work of guidance and prevention, carried out in accordance 1567 4, 79 | life" (Acts 3:15) at the price of his precious blood (cf. 1568 1, 23 | of life" is interpreted primarily or exclusively as economic 1569 1, 18 | inherent in every person and prior to any Constitution and 1570 3, 69 | clearly separate the realm of private conscience from that of 1571 3, 60 | moral obligation, the mere probability that a human person is involved 1572 4, 84 | and every living movement proceed from this Life which transcends 1573 1, 18 | other hand, these noble proclamations are unfortunately contradicted 1574 1, 23 | two meanings, unitive and procreative, inherent in the very nature 1575 3, 62 | that "a person who actually procures an abortion incurs automatic ( 1576 1, 14 | opportunity for proposing and procuring an abortion. This is eugenic 1577 1, 21 | human life and its dignity, produces a kind of progressive darkening 1578 4, 100 | God itself, is growing and producing abundant fruit (cf. Mk 4: 1579 3, 64 | the basis of criteria of productive efficiency, according to 1580 3, 59 | thus mortally wounded and profaned in its nature as a community 1581 2, 29 | every believer, is called to profess with humility and courage 1582 4, 101 | where human rights are truly professed and publicly recognized 1583 2, 44 | brothers did not think so; she professes her faith in God, both the 1584 4, 89 | ethical dimension, health-care professionals can be strongly tempted 1585 1, 17 | scientifically and systematically programmed threats. The twentieth century 1586 1, 22 | he busies himself with programming, controlling and dominating 1587 4, 98(130)| Encyclical Letter Populorum Progressio (26 March 1967), 15: AAS 1588 3, 71 | something which - were it prohibited - would cause more serious 1589 1, 18 | access dependent on arbitrary prohibitions against procreation, setting 1590 1, 16 | and fear that the most prolific and poorest peoples represent 1591 3, 52(39) | Summa Theologiae, I-II, Prologue.~ 1592 3, 65 | precarious and burdensome prolongation of life, so long as the 1593 1, 15 | brought on by intense and prolonged suffering can be a decisive 1594 1, 15 | contemporary culture a certain Promethean attitude which leads people 1595 3, 67 | immortality and hope in the promised resurrection cast new light 1596 3, 70 | values which it embodies and promotes. Of course, values such 1597 2, 41 | respond to his immediate needs promptly and with no expectation 1598 3, 73 | it, or to "take part in a propaganda campaign in favour of such 1599 2, 45 | who, by a double miracle, prophesy under the inspiration of 1600 3, 68 | relative good: according to a proportionalist approach, or one of sheer 1601 3, 65 | available are objectively proportionate to the prospects for improvement. 1602 1, 17 | They are taking on vast proportions. They are not only threats 1603 4, 98(132)| John Paul II, Motu Proprio Vitae Mysterium (11 February 1604 3, 64 | is advancing above all in prosperous societies, marked by an 1605 Int, 3 | imprisonment, deportation, slavery, prostitution, the selling of women and 1606 2, 48 | Law as a whole which fully protects human life. This explains 1607 3, 70 | between all people frequently proves to be illusory. Even in 1608 3, 63 | biological material" or as providers of organs or tissue for 1609 3, 70 | of these values cannot be provisional and changeable "majority" 1610 4, 80(104)| a novitate Christi", In Psalmos Davidis Lectura: 6,5.~ 1611 3, 54(42) | 9, 14-17; cf. Letter of Pseudo-Barnabas, XIX, 5: loc. cit., 90-93. ~ 1612 4, 84(109)| Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite, On the Divine 1613 3, 66 | Even though a certain psychological, cultural and social conditioning 1614 3, 59 | pressure that she feels psychologically forced to have an abortion: 1615 Int, 4 | Constitutions, has determined not to punish these practices against 1616 1, 9 | always merciful even when he punishes, "put a mark on Cain, lest 1617 1, 23 | world. It is reduced to pure materiality: it is simply 1618 3, 70 | morality of the ends which it pursues and of the means which it 1619 1, 21 | tentacles, succeeds at times in putting Christian communities themselves 1620 3, 72(97) | Non videtur esse lex, quae iusta non fuerit", De Libero 1621 2, 38 | this truth Saint Irenaeus qualifies and completes his praise 1622 2, 42 | generations. It is the ecological question-ranging from the preservation of 1623 1, 20 | inalienable right to life is questioned or denied on the basis of 1624 4, 80(103)| attulit, semetipsum afferens, qui fuerat annuntiatus", Adversus 1625 1, 26 | being organized to bring quick relief to peoples affected 1626 3, 71 | so that all may "lead a quiet and peaceable life, godly 1627 3, 71(94) | 273-274. The internal quote is from Pius XII, Radio 1628 3, 52(39) | 2, 12: PG 94, 920.922, quoted in Saint Thomas Aquinas, 1629 4, 86 | gift of self. They are the radiant manifestation of the highest 1630 2, 50 | it shines forth ever more radiantly and brightly, and is revealed 1631 2, 33 | clearly the glory which radiates from the house at Nazareth 1632 3, 62(66) | November 1944): Discorsi e Radiomessaggi, VI (1944-1945), 191; cf. 1633 2, 41 | and on the good and sends rain on the just and on the unjust" ( 1634 3, 61 | radically opposed the customs rampant in that society, as is clearly 1635 2, 41 | breadth and depth: they range from caring for the life 1636 2, 51 | and to give his life as a ransom for many" (Mk 10:45), attains 1637 2, 51 | Spirit", by which Jesus ransoms us from death and opens 1638 3, 56 | system, such cases are very rare, if not practically non-existent.~ 1639 4, 96 | personal rights on a firm rational basis; and the ground is 1640 4, 90 | attainable, will lead to the re-establishment of a just order in the defence 1641 1, 7 | of human history.~Let us re-read together this biblical account 1642 1, 18 | long historical process is reaching a turning-point. The process 1643 1, 8 | brother and kills him. As we read in the Catechism of the 1644 3, 54 | granted forgiveness and readmission to the ecclesial community.~ ~ 1645 Int, 5 | unanimously asked me to reaffirm with the authority of the 1646 Int, 5 | be a precise and vigorous reaffirmation of the value of human life 1647 1, 13 | practised under the pressure of real-life difficulties, which nonetheless 1648 4, 90 | weaker.~If charity is to be realistic and effective, it demands 1649 4, 90 | taking into account what is realistically attainable, will lead to 1650 4, 96 | except in freedom. Both realities have something inherent 1651 Int, 2 | which will reach its full realization in eternity (cf. 1 Jn 3: 1652 2, 49 | being a gift which is fully realized in the giving of self. This 1653 Int, 6 | support the family will reappear and be strengthened, so 1654 2, 32 | living" (cf. Wis 11:26) had reassured Israel in the midst of danger, 1655 Conc, 105 | Mary is framed by these reassuring words: "Do not be afraid, 1656 1, 27 | Especially significant is the reawakening of an ethical reflection 1657 Conc, 102 | she in some way brought to rebirth all those who were to live 1658 Conc, 102 | a mother of all who are reborn to life. She is in fact 1659 2, 36 | the slavery of idolatry, rebuild lost fellowship and rediscover 1660 4, 82 | out of season, convince, rebuke, and exhort, be unfailing 1661 1, 21 | of the Lord", and being rebuked by the Prophet Nathan, exclaimed: " 1662 Int, 2 | are of the wonderful truth recalled by the Second Vatican Council: " 1663 4, 80(104)| Peccator inveterascit, recedens a novitate Christi", In 1664 4, 92 | that becomes selflessness, receptiveness and gift. Within the family 1665 1, 10 | spreading of death caused by reckless tampering with the world' 1666 3, 57 | any authority legitimately recommend or permit such an action".52~ 1667 1, 18 | affirmations of principle be reconciled with the continual increase 1668 4, 99 | peace in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. You will come to understand 1669 4, 88 | convalescent homes needs to be reconsidered. These should not merely 1670 3, 61 | ecclesiastical writers, Athenagoras records that Christians consider 1671 3, 71 | Consequently there is a need to recover the basic elements of a 1672 4, 96 | formation of conscience is the recovery of the necessary link between 1673 Conc, 104 | appeared in heaven": "a great red dragon" (Rev 12:3), which 1674 1, 25 | the sprinkled blood which redeems, purifies and saves; it 1675 3, 71(94) | Encyclical Letter Divini Redemptoris (19 March 1937), III: AAS 1676 4, 91(116)| Decree on Ecumenism Unitatis Redintegratio, 12; Pastoral Constitution 1677 4, 88 | also offer valuable help in rediscovering the meaning of love and 1678 4, 84 | meaning. Thanks to a genuine rediscovery and a better appreciation 1679 3, 64 | considered untreatable and to reduce or eliminate pain, but also 1680 1, 14 | medical progress, in fact reduces human life to the level 1681 Int, 1 | 10:10). In truth, he is referring to that "new" and "eternal" 1682 2, 40 | does not yet reach the refinement found in the Sermon on the 1683 2, 50 | chapter, in which we have reflected on the Christian message 1684 1, 27 | denying them the chance to reform.~Another welcome sign is 1685 4, 98 | interpretation of things, they should refrain from emphasizing anything 1686 1, 8 | think about his brother and refuses to accept the responsibility 1687 3, 56 | condition for the offender to regain the exercise of his or her 1688 2, 32 | abandoned and cries out for help regains self-esteem and full dignity.~ 1689 4, 94 | in others the elderly are regarded as a useless burden and 1690 Int, 5 | being compounded in many regions of the world by still more 1691 4, 91 | and abortion in order to regulate births. The ways of solving 1692 3, 70 | systems of government, the regulation of interests often occurs 1693 3, 56 | or her behaviour and be rehabilitated. 47~It is clear that, for 1694 Conc, 105 | Champion, slain, yet lives to reign".141~The Lamb who was slain 1695 1, 20 | result of a relativism which reigns unopposed: the "right" ceases 1696 3, 62 | been committed. 71 By this reiterated sanction, the Church makes 1697 1, 20 | inevitably reach the point of rejecting one another. Everyone else 1698 3, 67 | is called to relive: "I rejoice in my sufferings for your 1699 1, 19 | possesses an inherently relational dimension. This is a great 1700 3, 66 | carried out by those, like relatives, who are supposed to treat 1701 3, 66 | the body and longing to be released; nor is it licit even when 1702 Int, 3 | passage which retains all its relevance today, forcefully condemned 1703 3, 65 | affirmed that it is licit to relieve pain by narcotics, even 1704 3, 65 | painkillers and sedatives for relieving the patient's pain when 1705 1, 18 | distinction of race, nationality, religion, political opinion or social 1706 3, 74 | professional positions or the relinquishing of reasonable hopes of career 1707 3, 67 | who suffers is called to relive: "I rejoice in my sufferings 1708 4, 100 | But we know that we can rely on the help of God, for 1709 2, 47 | what is more important is remaining faithful to the word of 1710 1, 19 | What are the roots of this remarkable contradiction? ~We can find 1711 3, 66 | if it is requested. In a remarkably relevant passage Saint Augustine 1712 1, 26 | discover ever more effective remedies: treatments which were once 1713 2, 49 | particular who forcefully remind them that the Lord alone 1714 1, 8 | Cain. He admonishes him, reminding him of his freedom in the 1715 1, 8 | Cain, instead of showing remorse and apologizing, arrogantly 1716 4, 90 | that it is not enough to remove unjust laws. The underlying 1717 1, 27 | effectively suppressing crime by rendering criminals harmless without 1718 2, 49 | of God who purifies and renews: "I will sprinkle clean 1719 3, 69 | to the civil law, with a renouncing of personal conscience, 1720 3, 66 | of love of self and the renunciation of the obligation of justice 1721 2, 41 | and with no expectation of repayment (cf. Lk 6:34-35). The height 1722 3, 54 | public penance before the repentant murderer could be granted 1723 2, 36 | against it in others as well, replacing relationships of communion 1724 2, 48 | Deuteronomy which Jesus repeats in reply to the first temptation: " 1725 2, 43 | eloquent language when it reports the joyful cry of the first 1726 2, 35 | In these his gifts God reposes, who has said: ?Upon whom 1727 3, 63 | is shameful and utterly reprehensible, since it presumes to measure 1728 1, 14 | techniques of artificial reproduction, which would seem to be 1729 3, 67 | heart when he abhors and repudiates the absolute ruin and total 1730 1, 18 | contradicted by a tragic repudiation of them in practice. This 1731 2, 41 | protect human life is the requirement to show reverence and love 1732 Int, 5 | centenary of the Encyclical Rerum Novarum, I drew everyone' 1733 Conc, 102 | Word, human life has been rescued from condemnation to final 1734 1, 26 | the committed efforts of researchers and practitioners, continues 1735 4, 86 | their own family without reserve, who suffer in giving birth 1736 3, 73 | strength and the courage to resist unjust human laws are born. 1737 1, 12 | looked upon as an enemy to be resisted or eliminated. In this way 1738 1, 27 | as an instrument for the resolution of conflicts between peoples, 1739 4, 100 | power turn their hearts to resolutions and goals inspired by the 1740 1, 15 | becomes all the greater to resolve the problem of suffering 1741 4, 94 | Here the temptation to resort to euthanasia can more easily 1742 1, 27 | resolutely, but without resorting to violence, they promote 1743 3, 71 | peaceable life, godly and respectful in every way" (1 Tim 2:2). 1744 2, 44 | biblical passages which respectfully and lovingly speak of conception, 1745 2, 35 | Lord, and our hearts are restless until they rest in you".25~ 1746 1, 9 | Gen 4:14): uncertainty and restlessness will follow him forever.~ 1747 4, 86 | Paschal Mystery, Christ restores to you the gift you gave 1748 1, 21 | culture of death", we cannot restrict ourselves to the perverse 1749 3, 73 | for the passage of a more restrictive law, aimed at limiting the 1750 3, 64 | situations of extreme frailty, to resuscitate artificially patients whose 1751 Int, 3 | Council, in a passage which retains all its relevance today, 1752 4, 90 | It is also necessary to rethink labour, urban, residential 1753 3, 73 | there are growing signs of a rethinking in this matter. In a case 1754 2, 43(32) | creari catholica fides nos retinere iubet": Pius XII, Encyclical 1755 1, 15 | avoiding costs which bring no return and which weigh heavily 1756 2, 40 | inviolability of human life reverberates at the heart of the "ten 1757 2, 35 | Truly we should maintain a reverential silence, since the Lord 1758 1, 14 | abortion. In this way, we revert to a state of barbarism 1759 3, 62 | excommunication. 69 The revised canonical legislation continues 1760 1, 8 | with amazing speed: man's revolt against God in the earthly 1761 1, 7 | significance: it is a page rewritten daily, with inexorable and 1762 1, 18 | merely futile exercise of rhetoric, if we fail to unmask the 1763 3, 58 | insofar as the decision to rid herself of the fruit of 1764 3, 67 | the face of death that the riddle of human existence becomes 1765 3, 64 | experiences. But it becomes a "rightful liberation" once life is 1766 3, 54 | John have a categorical ring: "Anyone who hates his brother 1767 1, 28 | us too Moses' invitation rings out loud and clear: "See, 1768 4, 98 | them. Other people are not rivals from whom we must defend 1769 Conc, 103 | forces of evil which still roam the world and affect human 1770 4, 86(111)| April 1994): L'Osservatore Romano, 25-26 April 1994, 5.~ 1771 1, 24 | describes in his Letter to the Romans. It is composed "of men 1772 4, 92 | and example, in the daily round of relations and choices, 1773 3, 52 | man's nature was marked by royalty... Man is a king. Created 1774 1, 9 | which was more akin to the rude existence of a wild beast. 1775 3, 67 | repudiates the absolute ruin and total disappearance 1776 2, 36 | disobedience of Adam had ruined and marred God's plan for 1777 1, 19 | opposite of what a State ruled by law, as a community in 1778 3, 69 | are considered the true rulers - would require that on 1779 1, 25 | had been the blood of the sacrifices of the Old Covenant, whereby 1780 3, 75 | fornication, theft, fraud, sacrilege and so forth. Only when 1781 Int, 5 | defence by proclaiming the sacrosanct rights of the worker as 1782 1, 24 | contemporary society looks sadly like that humanity which 1783 3, 71 | the common good is best safeguarded when personal rights and 1784 3, 66 | the prayer of the ancient sage of Israel: "You have power 1785 4, 98 | to be loved for their own sakes, and they enrich us by their 1786 4, 97 | the Sick, emphasizing "the salvific nature of the offering up 1787 3, 67(87) | Paul II, Apostolic Letter Salvifici Doloris (11 February 1984), 1788 3, 62(66) | Biomedical Association "San Luca" (12 November 1944): 1789 Int, 1 | Son by the power of the Sanctifying Spirit. It is precisely 1790 3, 62 | committed. 71 By this reiterated sanction, the Church makes clear 1791 3, 62 | centuries, has inflicted penal sanctions on those guilty of abortion. 1792 1, 20 | ventures on to the shifting sands of complete relativism. 1793 4, 91(115)| Latin American Bishops in Santo Domingo (12 October 1992), 1794 1, 23 | assertion and the selfish satisfaction of personal desires and 1795 2, 49 | travail of his soul and be satisfied" (Is 53:10, 11).~It is in 1796 4, 79 | have been transformed and saved. We have been ransomed by 1797 1, 25 | which redeems, purifies and saves; it is the blood of the 1798 4, 84 | of life and to welcome, savour and share the Gospel of 1799 3, 74 | actions will not only cause scandal and weaken the necessary 1800 1, 9 | Gen 4:16), a place of scarcity, loneliness and separation 1801 1, 14 | illnesses. The contemporary scene, moreover, is becoming even 1802 4, 90 | as to harmonize working schedules with time available for 1803 4, 98 | where culture is formed, in schools and universities, in places 1804 1, 17 | the ?Abels'; no, they are scientifically and systematically programmed 1805 3, 71 | different and more limited in scope than that of the moral law. 1806 Int, 3 | addition to the ancient scourges of poverty, hunger, endemic 1807 2, 41 | which surpasses that of the Scribes and Pharisees, also with 1808 4, 98 | in relation to life. With scrupulous concern for factual truth, 1809 Conc, 105 | of history: he opens its "seals" (cf. Rev 5:1-10) and proclaims, 1810 3, 61 | womb, belong to God who searches them and knows them, who 1811 3, 57 | regard, has always been seconded by that of the Bishops, 1812 1, 27 | the Father "who sees in secret" (Mt 6:6) not only will 1813 1, 21 | cultural climate dominated by secularism, which, with its ubiquitous 1814 2, 45(36) | Expositio Evangelii secundum Lucam, II, 22-23: CCL, 14, 1815 3, 65 | types of painkillers and sedatives for relieving the patient' 1816 4, 83 | reflection of the Creator and seeing in every person his living 1817 1, 21 | 21. In seeking the deepest roots of the 1818 4, 101 | every human conscience which seeks the truth and which cares 1819 | seemed 1820 3, 63 | intention which accepts selective abortion in order to prevent 1821 1, 13 | sexuality, and they imply a self-centered concept of freedom, which 1822 3, 58 | or to the temptation of self-deception. In this regard the reproach 1823 Int, 3 | abortion, euthanasia, or wilful self-destruction, whatever violates the integrity 1824 2, 32 | cries out for help regains self-esteem and full dignity.~The words 1825 2, 38 | have sufficient space for self-expression and for entering into relationships 1826 2, 33 | of life, inasmuch as his self-oblation on the Cross becomes the 1827 1, 15 | especially when they are not self-sufficient, and the terminally ill. 1828 1, 18 | if we fail to unmask the selfishness of the rich countries which 1829 4, 92 | is the love that becomes selflessness, receptiveness and gift. 1830 Int, 3 | slavery, prostitution, the selling of women and children; as 1831 4, 80(103)| Omnem novitatem attulit, semetipsum afferens, qui fuerat annuntiatus", 1832 4, 82 | in theological faculties, seminaries and Catholic institutions 1833 2, 29 | from the dead and final sending of the Spirit of truth. 1834 4, 92 | able to do this if they are sensitive to all kinds of suffering 1835 2, 41 | commandment, are summed up in this sentence, ?You shall love your neighbour 1836 3, 62 | incurs automatic (latae sententiae) excommunication".70 The 1837 Int, 3 | interpreting the genuine sentiment of every upright conscience: " 1838 4, 95 | of the Church, end up by separating their Christian faith from 1839 Conc, 105(141)| Roman Missal, Sequence for Easter Sunday.~ 1840 3, 63 | therapy or even to favour a serene and informed acceptance 1841 3, 63 | yet the courage and the serenity with which so many of our 1842 1, 17 | attacks on life, an endless series of wars and a continual 1843 Conc, 102(138)| In Assumptione B. Mariae, Sermo I, 2: PL 185, 188.~ 1844 2, 50 | Cross, the miracle of the serpent lifted up by Moses in the 1845 4, 89 | them to be guardians and servants of human life. In today' 1846 2, 43 | his image, and named him Seth" (Gen 5:1-3). It is precisely 1847 2, 44 | Certainly the mother of the seven brothers did not think so; 1848 1, 7 | vengeance shall be taken on him sevenfold'. And the Lord put a mark 1849 Conc, 106 | Lord, in the year 1995, the seventeenth of my Pontificate.~ ~ 1850 4, 92(120)| Address to Participants in the Seventh Symposium of European Bishops, 1851 | several 1852 1, 28 | situation, with its lights and shadows, ought to make us all fully 1853 3, 70 | democratic system itself would be shaken in its foundations, and 1854 3, 77 | law also gives spirit and shape to the commandment "You 1855 2, 44 | Creator of the world, who shaped the beginning of man and 1856 3, 61 | them when they are tiny shapeless embryos and already sees 1857 1, 16 | in some cases there is a sharp decline in the birthrate. 1858 4, 99 | it was a painful and even shattering decision. The wound in your 1859 1, 20 | life ventures on to the shifting sands of complete relativism. 1860 4 | children will be like olive shoots around your table" (Ps 128: 1861 1, 14 | generally within a very short space of time. Furthermore, 1862 Int, 5 | that same letter, written shortly after the celebration of 1863 1, 19 | tradition and authority, shuts out even the most obvious 1864 1, 23 | costs", and not because it signifies the complete acceptance 1865 4, 87 | here in the church with silk fabrics only to neglect 1866 Conc, 103 | 34-35). The words which Simeon addresses to Mary at the 1867 2, 38 | dimensions of this good. Similarly, the love which every human 1868 1, 7 | structure and its extreme simplicity, has much to teach us.~" 1869 Int, 2 | uncertainties, every person sincerely open to truth and goodness 1870 2, 44 | together with bones and sinews. You have granted me life 1871 1, 9 | the very inception of this sinful act of parricide, then the 1872 1, 24 | stands before God in its singleness and uniqueness. 18 But it 1873 1, 21 | Against you, you alone, have I sinned; what is evil in your sight 1874 1, 9 | rather than the death of a sinner, did not desire that a homicide 1875 2, 34 | man and God. The Book of Sirach too recognizes that God, 1876 2, 35 | with a sense of awe: "The sixth day is finished and the 1877 4, 88 | need to be developed with skill and serious commitment. 1878 3, 59 | at the service of death skills which were acquired for 1879 2, 44 | cheese? You clothed me with skin and flesh, and knit me together 1880 1, 10 | others through murder, war, slaughter and genocide.~And how can 1881 1, 20 | one who commits sin is a slave to sin" (Jn 8:34).~ ~ 1882 1, 7 | him, ?Not so! If any one slays Cain, vengeance shall be 1883 2, 32 | deluding himself. Life is slipping away from him, and very 1884 3, 54 | of the Covenant, although slowly and with some contradictions, 1885 Int, 4 | sense are gradually becoming socially acceptable. Even certain 1886 Conc, 105 | a sign of sure hope and solace".142~O Mary, ~bright dawn 1887 2, 51 | Afterwards, the Roman soldier "pierced his side with a 1888 Conc, 106 | Peter's, on 25 March, the Solemnity of the Annunciation of the 1889 1, 18 | rights of the person are solemnly proclaimed and the value 1890 4, 101 | develop. A society lacks solid foundations when, on the 1891 2, 42 | direction, leading to a solution which respects the great 1892 4, 91 | regulate births. The ways of solving the population problem are 1893 4, 83 | cannot but respond with songs of joy, praise and thanksgiving 1894 3, 64 | techniques. By using highly sophisticated systems and equipment, science 1895 3, 71(94) | Encyclical Letter Mit brennender Sorge (14 March 1937): AAS 29 ( 1896 4, 85 | dying, participation in the sorrow of those who mourn, and 1897 4, 94 | where it has been lost, a sort of "covenant" between generations. 1898 4, 84 | life. It is to this that souls owe their incorruptibility; 1899 4, 94 | elderly can and must be sources of wisdom and witnesses 1900 1, 14 | womb, and these so-called "spare embryos" are then destroyed 1901 1, 10 | scandalous arms trade, which spawns the many armed conflicts 1902 2, 51 | pierced his side with a spear, and at once there came 1903 2, 42 | habitats of the different species of animals and of other 1904 3, 62 | Casti Connubii, rejected the specious justifications of abortion. 65 1905 3, 64 | the other end of life's spectrum, men and women find themselves 1906 1, 8 | evil spreads with amazing speed: man's revolt against God 1907 2, 45 | Lord's presence are also speedily declared ... Elizabeth was 1908 4, 95 | the various professional spheres and at the level of people' 1909 1, 9 | ground on which it has been spilt, the blood of the one murdered 1910 2, 29 | 6). This is also how he spoke of himself to Martha, the 1911 1, 26 | similar institutions, are sponsored by individuals and groups 1912 1, 25 | lamb without blemish or spot" (1 Pt 1:18-19). Precisely 1913 4, 97 | capable of respecting the "spousal" meaning of the body.~The 1914 1, 8 | sad witness of how evil spreads with amazing speed: man' 1915 1, 26 | sprung up and continue to spring up in the Christian community 1916 2, 49 | purifies and renews: "I will sprinkle clean water upon you, and 1917 3, 52 | treasure which must not be squandered, as a talent which must 1918 3, 70 | is capable of ensuring a stable peace, especially since 1919 4, 88 | effective in institutes staffed by Religious or in any way 1920 1, 10 | many armed conflicts which stain our world with blood? What 1921 2, 36 | of God and bears the very stamp of his nature" (Heb 1:3). 1922 Conc, 102 | Annunciation and her motherhood stand at the very beginning of 1923 3, 58 | her own health or a decent standard of living for the other 1924 3, 68 | live according to moral standards higher than what all citizens 1925 4, 90 | encourages political leaders, starting with those who are Christians, 1926 3, 54 | sin. May you be able to stay ever apart, o children, 1927 2, 44 | have granted me life and steadfast love; and your care has 1928 Int, 6 | source of faithfulness and steadfastness in facing the ever new challenges 1929 3, 56 | however, as a result of steady improvements in the organization 1930 4, 96 | The first and fundamental step towards this cultural transformation 1931 2, 47 | s life (cf. Mk 6:17-29). Stephen, losing his earthly life 1932 1, 26 | picture, which could lead to sterile discouragement, if the condemnation 1933 2, 44 | God.~In the Old Testament, sterility is dreaded as a curse, while 1934 3, 62 | Council, as mentioned earlier, sternly condemned abortion: "From 1935 1, 24 | enforce silence fail to stifle the voice of the Lord echoing 1936 1, 25 | O death, where is your sting?' " (1 Cor 15:54-55).~ ~ 1937 2, 47 | and meets those who are stoning him with words of forgiveness ( 1938 Conc | And the dragon stood before the woman ... that 1939 | stop 1940 1, 21 | can gain insight from the story of Abel's murder by his 1941 1, 9 | and moderation, but would straightaway condemn the defendant to 1942 3, 58 | the Prophet is extremely straightforward: "Woe to those who call 1943 Conc, 105 | with life contended: combat strangely ended! Life's own Champion, 1944 Int, 6 | family will reappear and be strengthened, so that today too - even 1945 3, 65 | required. Euthanasia in the strict sense is understood to be 1946 1, 20 | part. The appearance of the strictest respect for legality is 1947 4, 101 | peace, especially if it strikes at the moral conduct of 1948 Int, 5 | everyone's attention to this striking analogy: "Just as a century 1949 2, 33 | Paul speaks is not only a stripping of divine privileges, but 1950 4, 91 | agencies must above all strive to create economic, social, 1951 1, 13 | can never exonerate from striving to observe God's law fully. 1952 1, 20 | subject to the will of the stronger part. In this way democracy, 1953 4, 89 | deepest inspiration and strongest support lie in the intrinsic 1954 3, 66 | help in freeing the soul struggling against the bonds of the 1955 4, 98 | assigning it the task of "studying and providing information 1956 Int, 3 | insults human dignity, such as subhuman living conditions, arbitrary 1957 4, 95 | and thus fall into moral subjectivism and certain objectionable 1958 1, 19 | which carries the concept of subjectivity to an extreme and even distorts 1959 1, 19 | who have no choice but to submit.~It is precisely in this 1960 1, 16 | the children of Israel, submitted them to every kind of oppression 1961 3 | eyes beheld my unformed substance" (Ps 139:16): the unspeakable 1962 3, 70 | the point of making it a substitute for morality or a panacea 1963 1, 21 | its ubiquitous tentacles, succeeds at times in putting Christian 1964 1, 17 | teachers have had the greatest success".15 Aside from intentions, 1965 1, 27 | here and there have been successful, to legalize euthanasia, 1966 Int, 5 | with the authority of the Successor of Peter the value of human 1967 3, 64 | functions have undergone sudden collapse, and to use special 1968 3, 64 | considered "senseless" if it suddenly interrupts a life still 1969 3, 67 | relive: "I rejoice in my sufferings for your sake, and in my 1970 3, 60 | person is involved would suffice to justify an absolutely 1971 4, 89 | circumstances may from time to time suggest, need to be directed by 1972 4, 85 | of this and following the suggestion made by the Cardinals in 1973 Int, 5 | me with valuable facts, suggestions and proposals. In so doing 1974 4, 98 | emphasizing anything that suggests or fosters feelings or attitudes 1975 3, 72 | be legalizing a case of suicide-murder, contrary to the fundamental 1976 Conc, 103 | the Saviour's earthly life sum up and prefigure the rejection 1977 2, 34 | creation, it places man at the summit of God's creative activity, 1978 4, 92 | domestic church, the family is summoned to proclaim, celebrate and 1979 1, 13 | spread of abortion, enormous sums of money have been invested 1980 Conc, 105(141)| Missal, Sequence for Easter Sunday.~ 1981 3, 58(54) | necnon infanticidium nefanda sunt crimina".~ 1982 4, 80 | the spirit can praise the superabundance of this grace? Man surpasses 1983 1, 26 | particular distress or who need a supportive environment to help them 1984 4, 99 | transforming culture so that it supports life, women occupy a place, 1985 1, 23 | and produce". This is the supremacy of the strong over the weak.~ ~ 1986 3, 65(81) | International College of Surgeons (1 June 1972): AAS 64 (1972), 1987 Int, 2 | expectations while infinitely surpassing them. Even in the midst 1988 3, 55 | 55. This should not cause surprise: to kill a human being, 1989 1, 15 | euthanasia - disguised and surreptitious, or practised openly and 1990 2, 46 | characterized by dignity and surrounded with reverence (cf. 2 Mac 1991 4, 81 | despite the mystery which surrounds them, they can become saving 1992 1, 25 | that is written: ?Death is swallowed up in victory'. ?O death, 1993 2, 42 | Creator himself and expressed symbolically by the prohibition not to ? 1994 3, 67 | request for companionship, sympathy and support in the time 1995 4, 92(120)| Participants in the Seventh Symposium of European Bishops, on 1996 4 | olive shoots around your table" (Ps 128:3): the family 1997 3, 52 | not be squandered, as a talent which must be used well. 1998 4, 98 | study of man. Allowing their talents and activity to be nourished 1999 1, 10 | death caused by reckless tampering with the world's ecological 2000 3, 58 | newborn baby's cries and tears. The unborn child is totally 2001 1, 22 | direction in which a certain technical and scientific way of thinking,


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