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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
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1 2, 31| interior judgment of the conscience, and this, being a proof 2 2, 31| the gift of the truth of conscience and the gift of the certainty 3 2, 32| world," man or the human conscience of this ineffable truth. 4 2, 32| enough to search the human conscience, the intimate mystery of 5 2, 33| place in man's will - and conscience - first of all as "disobedience," 6 2, 36| Spirit gives the gift of conscience, so that in this conscience 7 2, 36| conscience, so that in this conscience the image may faithfully 8 2, 36| is for man the light of conscience and the source of the moral 9 2, 40| blemish to God, purify your conscience from dead works to serve 10 2, 40| on the "purification of conscience" which it accomplishes. 11 2 | Blood that Purifies the Conscience ~ ~ 12 2, 42| this "blood purifies the conscience."164 It therefore, so to 13 2, 43| the Catholic teaching on conscience when it spoke about man' 14 2, 43| person. It is precisely the conscience in particular which determines 15 2, 43| determines this dignity. For the conscience is "the most secret core 16 2, 43| time, "in the depths of his conscience, man detects a law which 17 2, 43| him to obedience."165 The conscience therefore is not an independent 18 2, 43| Precisely in this sense the conscience is the "secret sanctuary" 19 2, 43| God's voice echoes." The conscience is "the voice of God," even 20 2, 43| reference to this that the conscience always finds its foundation 21 2, 43| other way except through the conscience. If the conscience is upright, 22 2, 43| through the conscience. If the conscience is upright, it serves "to 23 2, 43| A result of an upright conscience is, first of all, to call 24 2, 44| which accompanies the human conscience in every careful reflection 25 2, 44| of the way in which the conscience has been conditioned in 26 2, 44| upon the voice of his own conscience "is obliged to wrestle constantly 27 2, 45| on the part of the human conscience which the Conciliar texts 28 2, 45| This laborious effort of conscience also determines the paths 29 2, 45| great effort. We know that conscience not only commands and forbids 30 2, 45| truth permits the human conscience to share in that suffering, 31 2, 45| suffering, the suffering of the conscience becomes particularly profound, 32 2, 45| laborious effort of the conscience in which this "metanoia," 33 2, 45| depths" of man, of the human conscience, the mission of the Son 34 2, 45| of Christ...purifies your conscience from dead works to serve 35 2, 46| Blood which "purifies the conscience from dead works." ~We know 36 2, 46| which he brings about in the conscience. If Jesus says that blasphemy 37 2, 47| were an impenetrability of conscience, a state of mind which could 38 2, 47| room for that openness of conscience necessary for the saving 39 2, 48| effects the purifying of the conscience through the Blood of the 40 3, 54| man's being, in his mind, conscience and heart: an ontological 41 3, 55| the dictates of an upright conscience, and at the same time it 42 3, 60| into that sanctuary of the conscience where the Holy Spirit continuously


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