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1 Bles | and, in a special way, in man, created in the image and 2 Bles | 1:26). Truth enlightens man's intelligence and shapes 3 Int, 1 | father of lies" (Jn 8:44), man is constantly tempted to 4 Int, 1 | God for a lie" ( 1:25). Man's capacity to know the truth 5 Int, 1 | can totally take away from man the light of God the Creator. 6 Int, 1 | is eloquently proved by man's tireless search for knowledge 7 Int, 2 | decisive answer to every one of man's questions, his religious 8 Int, 2 | is shed on the mystery of man. For Adam, the first man, 9 Int, 2 | man. For Adam, the first man, was a figure of the future 10 Int, 2 | was a figure of the future man, namely, of Christ the Lord. 11 Int, 2 | Adam, who fully discloses man to himself and unfolds his 12 1, 6 | Jesus with the rich young man, related in the nineteenth 13 1, 6 | as yourself.' The young man said to him, 'I have kept 14 1, 7 | to him...". In the young man, whom Matthew's Gospel does 15 1, 7 | approaches Christ the Redeemer of man and questions him about 16 1, 7 | morality. For the young man, the question is not so 17 1, 7 | is the origin and goal of man's life. Precisely in this 18 1, 8 | question which the rich young man puts to Jesus of Nazareth 19 1, 8 | question for the life of every man, for it is about the moral 20 1, 8 | eternal life. The young man senses that there is a connection 21 1, 8 | Christ sheds light on man's condition and his integral 22 1, 8 | vocation. Consequently, "the man who wishes to understand 23 1, 8 | asked by the rich young man in the Gospel and, even 24 1, 8 | teacher, answers the young man by taking him, as it were, 25 1, 9 | Jesus wishes the young man to have a clear idea of 26 1, 9 | Jesus shows that the young man's question is really a religious 27 1, 9 | at the same time obliges man has its source in God, and 28 1, 9 | 37). He is the source of man's happiness. Jesus brings 29 1, 10 | Teacher's words, believes that man, made in the image of the 30 1, 10 | disclosed to me. Know then, O man, your greatness, and be 31 1, 10 | and be vigilant".17 ~What man is and what he must do becomes 32 1, 10 | good"; the One who despite man's sin remains the "model" 33 1, 10 | faithful to his love for man, gives him his Law (cf. 34 1, 10 | 21) in order to restore man's original and peaceful 35 1, 10 | taken by God out of love for man. It is a response of love, 36 1, 11 | one whom the rich young man addresses with the words " 37 1, 11 | Lk 18:18). What the young man now perhaps only dimly perceives 38 1, 12 | question: he did so by creating man and ordering him with wisdom 39 1, 12 | this light and this law to man at creation".19 He also 40 1, 12 | Jesus tells the young man: "If you wish to enter into 41 1, 12 | God's commandments show man the path of life and they 42 1, 12 | of Jesus, the new Moses, man is once again given the 43 1, 12 | speaking to the rich young man: "Every one who has left 44 1, 13 | not enough for the young man, who continues by asking 45 1, 13 | After directing the young man's gaze towards God, Jesus 46 1, 13 | wishes to draw the young man's attention to the "centrality" 47 1, 13 | Lord your God" mean for man. Nevertheless we cannot 48 1, 13 | Lord recalls to the young man. They are some of the commandments 49 1, 13 | same time, they teach us man's true humanity. They shed 50 1, 13 | Jesus reminds the young man are meant to safeguard the 51 1, 14 | the one asked by the young man. Jesus refers him to the 52 1, 16 | does not satisfy the young man, who asks Jesus a further 53 1, 16 | childhood, the rich young man knows that he is still far 54 1, 16 | Conscious of the young man's yearning for something 55 1, 16 | given by Jesus to the young man's question: "What good must 56 1, 16 | very "good" which opens man up to eternal life, and 57 1, 17 | know how clearly the young man in the Gospel understood 58 1, 17 | is certain that the young man's commitment to respect 59 1, 17 | conversation with the young man helps us to grasp the conditions 60 1, 17 | for the moral growth of man, who has been called to 61 1, 17 | to perfection: the young man, having observed all the 62 1, 17 | points out to the young man that the commandments are 63 1, 17 | other hand, for the young man to give up all he possesses 64 1, 17 | Law has nothing to do with man's "liberation" from precepts. 65 1, 18 | invitation to the rich young man stand at the service of 66 1, 19 | conversation with the young man: "Come, follow me" (Mt 19: 67 1, 20 | 1): "Greater love has no man than this, that a man lay 68 1, 20 | no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his 69 1, 20 | As he calls the young man to follow him along the 70 1, 20 | wishes to follow him: "If any man would come after me, let 71 1, 21 | imitation, since it touches man at the very depths of his 72 1, 22 | conversation with the rich young man is very poignant: "When 73 1, 22 | poignant: "When the young man heard this, he went away 74 1, 22 | 19:22). Not only the rich man but the disciples themselves 75 1, 22 | for mankind, a plan which man after sin has no longer 76 1, 22 | If such is the case of a man with his wife, it is not 77 1, 22 | possibility opened up to man by God's grace. "He said 78 1, 22 | Christ is not possible for man by his own strength alone. 79 1, 23 | which, by enabling sinful man to take stock of his own 80 1, 23 | what they demand is beyond man's abilities. They are possible 81 1, 24 | possibility opened up to man exclusively by grace, by 82 1, 25 | conversation with the rich young man continues, in a sense, in 83 1, 25 | person of the Son of God made man, must be faithfully kept 84 1, 27 | teaching, in order to help man in his journey towards truth 85 2, 28 | Jesus and the rich young man has enabled us to bring 86 2, 28 | are: the subordination of man and his activity to God, 87 2, 28 | discipleship, which opens up before man the perspective of perfect 88 2, 28 | Jesus to the rich young man. Indeed, Sacred Scripture 89 2, 28 | is shed on the mystery of man".44 ~ 90 2, 29 | who, by giving himself to man in Christ, offers him the 91 2, 30 | the human heart. What is man? What is the meaning and 92 2, 30 | the role of conscience in man's moral development? how 93 2, 30 | question which the young man in the Gospel put to Jesus: " 94 2, 31 | diverge from the truth about man as a creature and the image 95 2, 34 | is only in freedom that man can turn to what is good".56 96 2, 34 | manifestation of the divine image in man. For God willed to leave 97 2, 34 | For God willed to leave man "in the power of his own 98 2, 35 | The Lord God commanded the man, saying, 'You may eat freely 99 2, 35 | evil does not belong to man, but to God alone. The man 100 2, 35 | man, but to God alone. The man is certainly free, inasmuch 101 2, 35 | perfectly what is good for man, and by virtue of his very 102 2, 35 | love proposes this good to man in the commandments. ~God' 103 2, 36 | expression of a law which man in an autonomous manner 104 2, 36 | and total mandate given to man by God. These trends of 105 2, 36 | as its author, and that man, by the use of reason, participates 106 2 | God left man in the power of his own 107 2, 38 | of the divine image" in man: "God willed to leave man 108 2, 38 | man: "God willed to leave man in the power of his own 109 2, 38 | God's dominion to which man has been called: they indicate 110 2, 38 | called: they indicate that man's dominion extends in a 111 2, 38 | in a certain sense over man himself. This has been a 112 2, 38 | and responsible task for man, one which involves his 113 2, 38 | autonomy is due to every man, as well as to the human 114 2, 38 | utilized and ordered by man".66 ~ 115 2, 39 | world, however, but also man himself has been entrusted 116 2, 39 | responsibility. God left man "in the power of his own 117 2, 39 | himself. Indeed, just as man in exercising his dominion 118 2, 39 | performing morally good acts, man strengthens, develops and 119 2, 39 | dependent on God and that man can use them without reference 120 2, 39 | Creator".67 With regard to man himself, such a concept 121 2, 40 | rightful autonomy"70 of man, the personal subject of 122 2, 40 | this light and this law to man at creation".71 The rightful 123 2, 40 | practical reason means that man possesses in himself his 124 2, 40 | teaching on the truth about man.73 It would be the death 125 2, 41 | 41. Man's genuine moral autonomy 126 2, 41 | gave this command to the man..." (Gen 2:16). Human freedom 127 2, 41 | intersect, in the sense of man's free obedience to God 128 2, 41 | gratuitous benevolence towards man. Hence obedience to God 129 2, 41 | absolute, extraneous to man and intolerant of his freedom. 130 2, 41 | were to mean a denial of man's self-determination or 131 2, 41 | participated theonomy, since man's free obedience to God' 132 2, 41 | providence. By forbidding man to "eat of the tree of the 133 2, 41 | God makes it clear that man does not originally possess 134 2 | Blessed is the man who takes delight in the 135 2, 42 | Patterned on God's freedom, man's freedom is not negated 136 2, 42 | Human dignity requires man to act through conscious 137 2, 42 | merely external pressure. Man achieves such dignity when 138 2, 42 | One who "alone is good", man must freely do good and 139 2, 42 | reason, the reflection in man of the splendour of God' 140 2, 43 | community. God has enabled man to share in this divine 141 2, 43 | this divine law, and hence man is able under the gentle 142 2, 43 | 11). But God provides for man differently from the way 143 2, 43 | not persons. He cares for man not "from without", through 144 2, 43 | consequently able to show man the right direction to take 145 2, 43 | In this way God calls man to participate in his own 146 2, 43 | human persons — through man himself, through man's reasonable 147 2, 43 | through man himself, through man's reasonable and responsible 148 2, 44 | heart of each and every man, since it is none other 149 2, 44 | clearly, could not exist in man if, as his own supreme legislator, 150 2, 44 | Ruler of the universe".83 ~Man is able to recognize good 151 2, 44 | into life. "Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel 152 2, 45 | which is always meant for man. The different ways in which 153 2, 45 | plan poses no threat to man's genuine freedom; on the 154 2, 46 | that "nature" subjected man totally to its own dynamics 155 2, 46 | untrammelled advancement of man's power, or of his freedom, 156 2, 46 | mean everything found in man and the world apart from 157 2, 46 | when all is said and done man would not even have a nature; 158 2, 46 | own personal life-project. Man would be nothing more than 159 2, 47 | adequate consideration both man's character as a rational 160 2, 47 | moral norms. In their view, man, as a rational being, not 161 2, 47 | they continue, God made man as a rationally free being; 162 2, 48 | resolved by a division within man himself. ~This moral theory 163 2, 48 | correspond to the truth about man and his freedom. It contradicts 164 2, 50 | understood: it refers to man's proper and primordial 165 2, 50 | the rational order whereby man is called by the Creator 166 2, 50 | is a fundamental good of man, thus acquires a moral significance 167 2, 50 | meaning, the Church serves man and shows him the path of 168 2, 51 | transferred to the heart of the man who works justice, not by 169 2, 52 | is always possible that man, as the result of coercion 170 2, 53 | certainly be admitted that man always exists in a particular 171 2, 53 | must also be admitted that man is not exhaustively defined 172 2, 53 | that there is something in man which transcends those cultures. 173 2, 53 | condition ensuring that man does not become the prisoner 174 2, 53 | permanent structural elements of man which are connected with 175 2 | Man's sanctuary ~ 176 2, 54 | The relationship between man's freedom and God's law 177 2, 54 | depths of his conscience man detects a law which he does 178 2, 54 | do this, shun that'. For man has in his heart a law written 179 2, 54 | it is the very dignity of man; according to it he will 180 2, 55 | perspective which helps man tentatively to put order 181 2, 55 | defined as "the sanctuary of man, where he is alone with 182 2, 55 | voice, it is said, leads man not so much to a meticulous 183 2, 55 | decisions "autonomously" would man be able to attain moral 184 2, 57 | certain sense confronts man with the law, and thus becomes 185 2, 57 | becomes a "witness" for man: a witness of his own faithfulness 186 2, 58 | this interior dialogue of man with himself can never be 187 2, 58 | it is also a dialogue of man with God, the author of 188 2, 58 | primordial image and final end of man. Saint Bonaventure teaches 189 2, 58 | conscience bears witness to man's own rectitude or iniquity 190 2, 58 | rectitude or iniquity to man himself but, together with 191 2, 58 | penetrate the depths of man's soul, calling him fortiter 192 2, 58 | conscience does not close man within an insurmountable 193 2, 58 | place where God speaks to man".104 ~ 194 2, 59 | is a moral judgment about man and his actions, a judgment 195 2, 59 | judgment which makes known what man must do or not do, or which 196 2, 59 | shines in the heart of every man. But whereas the natural 197 2, 60 | an imperative character: man must act in accordance with 198 2, 60 | in accordance with it. If man acts against this judgment 199 2, 61 | the evil one has done. If man does evil, the just judgment 200 2, 62 | this cannot be said when a man shows little concern for 201 2, 62 | good conscience" (Tim 1:5), man must seek the truth and 202 2, 63 | objective truth received by man; in the case of the erroneous 203 2, 63 | it is a question of what man, mistakenly, subjectively 204 2, 63 | truth rationally proposed to man in virtue of his end, or 205 2, 63 | erroneous, that is to say, "when man shows little concern for 206 2, 64 | connaturality" between man and the true good.110 Such 207 2, 64 | truth about the good of man, but rather, especially 208 2, 65 | determine the freedom of man as a person in his totality, 209 2, 65 | or refusing to do so that man is able to express his own 210 2, 65 | other words, concerning man's relationship with himself, 211 2, 66 | cf Rom 16:26) "by which man makes a total and free self-commitment 212 2, 66 | comes from the core of man, from his "heart" (cf Rom 213 2, 66 | he also says to the young man: "If you wish to be perfect... 214 2, 67 | his fundamental choice, man is capable of giving his 215 2, 67 | specific actions, through which man deliberately conforms himself 216 2, 67 | reason, it is revoked when man engages his freedom in conscious 217 2, 67 | rational finality immanent in man's acting and in each of 218 2, 68 | Church. ~In point of fact, man does not suffer perdition 219 2, 69 | mortal sin, which separates man from God, only exists in 220 2, 69 | would be hard to accept that man is able, in a brief lapse 221 2, 70 | mortal sin the act by which man freely and consciously rejects 222 2, 71 | The relationship between man's freedom and God's law, 223 2, 71 | precisely through his acts that man attains perfection as man, 224 2, 71 | man attains perfection as man, as one who is called to 225 2, 71 | state of affairs outside of man but, to the extent that 226 2, 72 | defined by the relationship of man's freedom with the authentic 227 2, 72 | eternal law is known both by man's natural reason (hence 228 2, 72 | freedom are in conformity with man's true good and thus express 229 2, 72 | the supreme good in whom man finds his full and perfect 230 2, 72 | first question in the young man's conversation with Jesus: " 231 2, 72 | moral value of an act and man's final end. Jesus, in his 232 2, 72 | reply, confirms the young man's conviction: the performance 233 2, 73(123)| Christ died for all and since man's ultimate calling comes 234 2, 73 | ultimate end (telos) of man. This is attested to once 235 2, 73 | question posed by the young man to Jesus: "What good must 236 2, 73 | authentic moral good of man, safeguarded by the commandments. 237 2, 73 | in his reply to the young man: "If you wish to enter into 238 2, 73 | deliberate, by virtue of which man is "responsible" for his 239 2, 74 | the moral assessment of man's free acts depend? What 240 2, 74 | without any reference to the man's true ultimate end. They 241 2, 78 | that "it often happens that man acts with a good intention, 242 2, 79 | reason in the very being of man, considered in his integral 243 2, 80 | therefore be judged unworthy of man, even though the intention 244 2, 83 | faced with the question of man himself, of his truth and 245 2, 83 | the integral truth about man; she thus respects and promotes 246 2, 83 | thus respects and promotes man in his dignity and vocation. 247 2, 83 | the Truth (cf Jn 14:6), man can understand fully and 248 3, 84 | that of the relationship of man's freedom to God's law; 249 3, 84 | culture. As a result, helping man to rediscover it represents 250 3, 84 | distressing perplexity of a man who often no longer knows 251 3, 84 | more serious has happened: man is no longer convinced that 252 3, 84 | wisdom of God, who guides man with the moral law. Concrete 253 3, 84 | always the one true good of man".137 ~ 254 3, 86 | the weakness which marks man's freedom. That freedom 255 3, 86 | whereby the Creator calls man to the true Good, and even 256 3, 86 | rooted in the truth about man, and it is ultimately directed 257 3, 86 | confirm its tragic aspects. Man comes to realize that his 258 3, 86 | and negative decisions, man glimpses the source of a 259 3, 87 | says: "Greater love has no man than this, that a man lay 260 3, 87 | no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his 261 3, 87 | responsibility of the Son of man who came "not to be served 262 3, 89 | on the same road: "If any man would come after me, let 263 3, 90 | personal dignity of every man, demands protected by those 264 3, 90 | dignity and inviolability of man, on whose face is reflected 265 3, 92 | the personal dignity of man, created in God's image 266 3, 92 | What does it profit a man, to gain the whole world 267 3, 92 | act: it is a violation of man's "humanity", in the one 268 3, 92 | there I will be truly a man. Let me imitate the passion 269 3, 93 | crisis which can afflict man: the confusion between good 270 3, 95 | Christ, and as a service to man, to the growth of his freedom 271 3, 95 | and trusting love which man always needs along his moral 272 3, 96 | only purpose is to serve man's true freedom. Because 273 3, 96 | absolutely essential demands of man's personal dignity must 274 3, 96 | service is directed to every man, considered in the uniqueness 275 3, 96 | universal moral norms does man find full confirmation of 276 3, 97 | Jesus quoted to the young man of the Gospel (cf Mt 19: 277 3, 98 | particular ways of looking at man, society and the world. 278 3, 99 | personal dignity of every man. The Supreme Good and the 279 3, 99 | Redeemer, and the truth of man, created and redeemed by 280 3, 99 | truth, in obedience to which man achieves his full identity, 281 3, 102 | most difficult situations man must respect the norm of 282 3, 102 | experience demonstrates, man is tempted to break that 283 3, 102 | of this inner division of man? His history of sin begins 284 3, 102 | other temptations to which man is more easily inclined 285 3, 102 | and he knows every deed of man. He has not commanded any 286 3, 103 | 103. Man always has before him the 287 3, 103 | concrete" possibilities of man. "It would be a very serious 288 3, 103 | concrete possibilities of man, according to a "balancing 289 3, 103 | concrete possibilities of man" ? And of which man are 290 3, 103 | possibilities of man" ? And of which man are we speaking? Of man 291 3, 103 | man are we speaking? Of man dominated by lust or of 292 3, 103 | dominated by lust or of man redeemed by Christ? This 293 3, 103 | concupiscence. And if redeemed man still sins, this is not 294 3, 103 | s redemptive act, but to man's will not to avail himself 295 3, 103 | of course proportioned to man's capabilities; but to the 296 3, 103 | the capabilities of the man to whom the Holy Spirit 297 3, 103 | Spirit has been given; of the man who, though he has fallen 298 3, 104 | the moral conscience of man in every age. The tax collector 299 3, 105 | capacity of the moral forces of man left to himself) kindles 300 3, 105 | of Milan: "What then is man, if you do not visit him? 301 3, 109 | reason because it reveals to man the truth of his destiny 302 3, 110 | and their relation with man's ultimate end.174 Moral 303 3, 110 | doctrine and the vision of man set forth by the Church. ~ 304 3, 111 | elicit the response that man must give to the divine 305 3, 111 | the imago Dei present in man, and in response to the 306 3, 112 | the traces of a fall from man's original situation — in 307 3, 112 | Christian faith points out to man the way to return to "the 308 3, 112 | reveals the full truth about man and his moral journey, and 309 3, 114 | Jesus did with the young man in the Gospel. Replying 310 3, 114 | Jesus referred the young man to God, the Lord of creation 311 3, 114 | meaning by inviting the young man to follow him in poverty, 312 3, 117 | question which the young man in the Gospel once asked 313 3, 117 | The Church's answer to man's question contains the 314 3, 117 | becomes light and life for man. Again the Apostle Paul 315 Conc, 120 | the Son of God who became man; she raised him and enabled 316 Conc, 120 | She understands sinful man and loves him with a Mother' 317 Conc, 120 | Nor does she permit sinful man to be deceived by those 318 Conc, 120 | philosophy and theology, can make man truly happy: only the Cross 319 Conc, 120 | emptied of its power, ~that man may not stray ~from the


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