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1504 3, 91 | died as martyrs in order to profess their faith and their love 1505 3, 107 | constitute not only a genuine profession of faith and an incentive 1506 2, 46 | result, some ethicists, professionally engaged in the study of 1507 3, 109(171) | Address to the Professors and Students of the Pontifical 1508 2, 76 | calculation of resources and profits, procedures and their effects. 1509 1, 27 | comes from the Apostles, progresses in the Church under the 1510 2, 67 | his life direction and of progressing, with the help of grace, 1511 Int, 3(5) | Encyclical Letter Populorum Progressio (March 26,1967),13: AAS 1512 2, 46 | nature, over which it must progressively assert itself. Here various 1513 2, 75 | to formulate an absolute prohibition of particular kinds of behaviour 1514 3, 100 | The seventh commandment prohibits actions or enterprises which 1515 2, 41 | the requirements and the promptings of eternal wisdom. Law must 1516 1, 24 | observed that the New Law was promulgated at the descent of the Holy 1517 2, 42 | because the reason which promulgates it is proper to human nature.77 ~ 1518 2, 64 | of the Church, when she pronounces on moral questions, in no 1519 1, 13 | the same time they are the proof of that love. They are the 1520 2, 77 | one go about establishing proportions which depend on a measuring, 1521 3, 88 | which is not simply a set of propositions to be accepted with intellectual 1522 3, 94(147) | animam praeferre pudori et propter vitam vivendi perdere causas": 1523 3, 111(176) | 95-101, which present the prospects and conditions for a fruitful 1524 2, 80 | imprisonment, deportation, slavery, prostitution and trafficking in women 1525 3, 90 | dignity of every man, demands protected by those moral norms which 1526 3, 113 | of carefully orchestrated protests and polemics carried on 1527 1, 17 | this except someone who is proud, someone unworthy of the 1528 2, 29 | beginning of wisdom" (cf. Prov 1:7). ~At the same time, 1529 2, 43 | share of providence, being provident both for itself and for 1530 Conc, 119 | Christian morality, while providing the vital energy needed 1531 2, 44 | day?" (Dt 4:7-8). In the Psalms we encounter the sentiments 1532 2, 69 | it is difficult, at least psychologically, to accept the fact that 1533 2, 55 | related to the whole sphere of psychology and the emotions, and to 1534 2, 46 | exclusively in categories of psychosocial processes. As a result, 1535 1, 26(37) | Cf. 1 Pt 2:12ff; cf. Didache, II, 1536 Int, 5 | so long awaited, is being published only now, one of the reasons 1537 3, 94(147) | crede nefas animam praeferre pudori et propter vitam vivendi 1538 2, 73 | reminds us, rewards good and punishes evil: "We must all appear 1539 2, 31 | need to be corrected and purified in the light of faith.55 ~ 1540 3, 105 | those he sees, because he purifies those upon whom he gazes. 1541 2, 50 | expresses and lays down the purposes, rights and duties which 1542 2, 42 | free choice of the good, pursues his own end by effectively 1543 2, 73(124) | III, ed. Philip Edward Pusey, Brussels, Culture et Civilisation ( 1544 2, 65 | from the action. This is pushed to the point where a concrete 1545 2, 34(58) | Pius IX, Encyclical Epistle Quanta Cura (December 8, 1864): 1546 3, 95 | break the bruised reed or to quench the dimly burning wick ( 1547 2, 76(125) | the Errors of Paschasius Quesnel, Nos. 53-56: DS, 2453-2456.~ 1548 Int, 2 | replies to the continual human questionings on the meaning of this life 1549 1, 7 | decision and action, the quiet searching and interior prompting 1550 2, 81(134) | Thomas Aquinas, Quaestiones Quodlibetales, IX, q. 7, a. 2; Catechism 1551 Conc, 120 | embrace the entire human race. Thus Mary becomes Mother 1552 1, 12 | Ex 19:5-6), which would radiate his holiness to all peoples ( 1553 3, 95 | concealing its demands of radicalness and perfection".149 ~In 1554 3, 108 | Christ. It is in fact he who raises up prophets in the Church, 1555 3, 91 | a single mortal sin. In raising them to the honour of the 1556 3, 102 | nor should he employ that rash statement, forbidden by 1557 3, 98 | nations, there is a growing reaction of indignation on the part 1558 2, 46 | reduced to and treated as a readily available biological or 1559 3, 91 | the moral order. By her readiness to die a martyr, she proclaims 1560 2, 36 | also been an attempt to reaffirm the interior character of 1561 2, 52 | have seen, Jesus himself reaffirms that these prohibitions 1562 2, 71 | conscience, is manifested and realized in human acts. It is precisely 1563 1, 16 | before the person of Jesus he realizes that he is still lacking 1564 3, 103 | given us the possibility of realizing the entire truth of our 1565 2, 28 | which has taken place in the realm of the truths of faith. 1566 2, 43 | man himself, through man's reasonable and responsible care. The 1567 3, 109 | the Church must constantly reawaken or "rekindle" her own life 1568 3, 93 | every period of history by reawakening its moral sense. By witnessing 1569 3, 86 | glimpses the source of a deep rebellion, which leads him to reject 1570 2, 30 | out of season, convince, rebuke, and exhort, be unfailing 1571 1, 15 | economy of salvation, the recapitulation of the Old and New Testaments, 1572 Int, 3 | attained to the express recognition of God, yet who strive, 1573 2, 49(88) | Apostolic Exhortation on Reconciliation and Penance in the Mission 1574 2, 38 | This has been a constantly recurring theme in theological reflection 1575 Conc, 118(181)| dilectio caritatis: ut servum redimeres, Filium tradidisti!" Missale 1576 3, 100 | exchanging them like merchandise. Reducing persons by violence to use-value 1577 2, 49 | purely formal freedom. This reduction misunderstands the moral 1578 2, 48 | nature conceived of in a reductive way is resolved by a division 1579 3, 95 | not to break the bruised reed or to quench the dimly burning 1580 2, 51 | and preservation of life, refine and develop the riches of 1581 3, 117 | us, with unveiled faces, reflecting the glory of the Lord, are 1582 3, 84 | question: "What is truth" reflects the distressing perplexity 1583 2, 46 | the Renaissance and the Reformation, as can be seen from the 1584 2, 67 | obeying the moral law and of refraining from the action which it 1585 3, 91 | of circumstances, and the refusal to betray those commandments, 1586 2, 78 | the moral object, does not refuse to consider the inner "teleology" 1587 2, 65 | by bringing them about or refusing to do so that man is able 1588 3, 85 | limited to denouncing and refuting them. In a positive way, 1589 2, 52 | precepts. They oblige everyone, regardless of the cost, never to offend 1590 2, 48(86) | Council, Bull Apostolici Regiminis: DS, 1440.~ 1591 2, 50 | the Creator to direct and regulate his life and actions and 1592 3, 99(156) | Encyclical Letter Sollicitudo Rei Socialis (December 30,1987), 1593 1, 24 | gift does not lessen but reinforces the moral demands of love: " 1594 2, 76 | weakening the commandments but reinforcing them, since he is revealing 1595 2, 44 | precepts of the Lord are right, rejoicing the heart; the commandment 1596 2, 75 | operative norms which are always relative and open to exceptions. ~ 1597 3, 93 | truth, and one to which relatively few people are called, there 1598 2, 33 | values, at least with a relativistic conception of morality. ~ 1599 3, 116 | Nevertheless, Bishops are never relieved of their own personal obligations. 1600 2, 30(50) | Church to Non-Christian Religions Nostra Aetate, 1.~ 1601 3, 111 | natural sciences, does not rely on the results of formal 1602 2, 75 | while nonetheless still remaining responsible for its own 1603 1, 22 | dismays the disciples, who remark: "If such is the case of 1604 1, 24 | Apostles, and summing up in a remarkable way the great tradition 1605 3, 105 | if you do not visit him? Remember, Lord, that you have made 1606 2, 48 | share in glory. They also remind us that reason and free 1607 2, 46 | heated at the time of the Renaissance and the Reformation, as 1608 1, 11 | acknowledging the Lord as God and rendering him the worship due to him 1609 3, 101 | truth to authentic freedomrenders a primordial, indispensable 1610 Conc, 118 | and sin, the Spirit, who renews the face of the earth (cf 1611 3, 95 | situations. The Church can never renounce the "the principle of truth 1612 2, 82 | love. For this reason — we repeat — the opinion must be rejected 1613 2, 49 | 9). This condemnationrepeated by the Council of Trent"88 — 1614 2, 69 | Church, could so easily and repeatedly commit mortal sins, as the " 1615 1, 8 | Kingdom of God is at hand; repent, and believe in the Gospel" ( 1616 2, 69 | converted to him by sincere repentance. The gravity of sin, they 1617 3, 104 | collector represents a "repentant" conscience, fully aware 1618 2, 51 | freedom and nature also has repercussions on the interpretation of 1619 2, 55 | the situation, they cannot replace the individual personal 1620 1, 12 | heart (cf. Jer 31:31-34), replacing the law of sin which had 1621 3, 114 | young man in the Gospel. Replying to the question: "What good 1622 3, 113 | expressions of public life in a representative democracy, moral teaching 1623 3, 93 | good, they are a living reproof to those who transgress 1624 3, 98 | about such a renewal will require enormous effort, especially 1625 2, 48 | structure, the primordial moral requirement of loving and respecting 1626 Int, 4(8) | of the Encyclical Letter Rerum Novarum of Leo XIII (June 1627 2, 65 | assessment of the person is reserved to his fundamental option, 1628 3, 117 | spoken by the Church there resounds, in people's inmost being, 1629 2, 76 | basis of a calculation of resources and profits, procedures 1630 3, 113 | the theologian must be respectful of them, and be committed 1631 2, 83 | truth about man; she thus respects and promotes man in his 1632 3, 107 | life of holiness which is resplendent in so many members of the 1633 3, 109 | believed. Theological science responds to the invitation of truth 1634 3, 86 | seed and to be cultivated responsibly. It is an essential part 1635 2, 73(124) | Diaconum sociosque, II. Responsiones ad Tiberium Diaconum sociosque: 1636 3, 115 | and which is today being restated with the authority of the 1637 1, 10 | and 20:18-21) in order to restore man's original and peaceful 1638 1, 23 | a gift of God who heals, restores and transforms the human 1639 1, 18 | vocation to perfect love is not restricted to a small group of individuals. 1640 3, 112 | but at the same time not restricting its viewpoint to them, moral 1641 1, 18 | as a denial or at least a restriction of their own freedom. On 1642 Conc, 118(181)| tradidisti!" Missale Romanum, In Resurrectione Domini, Praeconium Paschale.~ 1643 1, 17 | in eternity. In part we retain our weakness and in part 1644 3, 100 | dignity: theft, deliberate retention of goods lent or objects 1645 2, 30 | are death, judgment and retribution after death? Lastly, what 1646 3, 112 | points out to man the way to return to "the beginning" (cf Mt 1647 1, 17 | These words of Jesus reveal the particular dynamic of 1648 2, 41 | God of the universe and revere the holiness of the law 1649 2, 49 | Tradition. Such a doctrine revives, in new forms, certain ancient 1650 2, 44 | of the Lord is perfect, reviving the soul; the testimony 1651 2, 67 | Precisely for this reason, it is revoked when man engages his freedom 1652 1, 10 | he loves: for no greater reward should be sought than that 1653 2, 51 | refine and develop the riches of the material world, cultivate 1654 Conc, 120 | docility to the Spirit, the richness and the universality of 1655 2, 30 | the answer to the obscure riddles of the human condition which 1656 1, 11 | effort, not even the most rigorous observance of the commandments, 1657 2, 78 | Let us say that someone robs in order to feed the poor: 1658 3, 91(142) | Roman Missal, Prayer for the Memorial 1659 2, 53(100) | 792; cf. L'Osservatore Romano, October 12, 1962, p. 2.~ 1660 2, 57 | text of the Letter to the Romans which has helped us to grasp 1661 Conc, 118(181)| Filium tradidisti!" Missale Romanum, In Resurrectione Domini, 1662 2, 67 | exception. They do not leave room, in any morally acceptable 1663 2, 66 | teaching, even in its Biblical roots, acknowledges the specific 1664 2, 44 | reason of the Creator and Ruler of the universe".83 ~Man 1665 1, 21 | Sharing in the Eucharist, the sacrament of the New Covenant (cf. 1666 Conc, 118 | order to ransom a slave, sacrificed his Son:181 his mercy towards 1667 1, 20 | words which indicate the sacrificial gift of his life on the 1668 1, 13 | fornication, theft, fraud, sacrilege and so forth. When once 1669 2, 44 | to confer rights and to sanction certain behaviour: "Now 1670 3, 93 | missionary commitment usque ad sanguinem, so that the splendour of 1671 3, 94 | the great religious and sapiential traditions of East and West, 1672 Int, 1 | committed at the prompting of Satan, the one who is "a liar 1673 3, 94(147) | vivendi perdere causas": Satirae, VIII, 83-84.~ 1674 1, 16 | the commandments does not satisfy the young man, who asks 1675 1, 7 | response fully capable of satisfying the desire of the human 1676 Int, 1 | himself over to relativism and scepticism (cf. Jn 18:38), he goes 1677 2, 29 | Vatican Council invited scholars to take "special care for 1678 3, 116 | Catholic" to Church-related schools,179 universities,180 health-care 1679 2, 59 | like an imperishable spark (scintilla animae), shines in the heart 1680 2, 44 | nor sits in the seat of scoffers, but his delight is in the 1681 2, 77 | clear disagreement with the scribes and Pharisees, who prescribed 1682 3, 114 | truth of this teaching was sealed on the Cross in the Blood 1683 1, 7 | decision and action, the quiet searching and interior prompting which 1684 2, 73(123) | in whose hearts grace is secretly at work. Since Christ died 1685 2, 59 | my Gospel, God judges the secrets of men by Christ Jesus" ( 1686 3, 88 | Church amid today's growing secularism, wherein many, indeed too 1687 3, 104 | frailty of its own nature and seeing in its own failings, whatever 1688 | seems 1689 2, 48 | reduced to a freedom which is self-designing, but entails a particular 1690 3, 84 | into situations of gradual self-destruction. According to some, it appears 1691 2, 38 | in that it is free and self-governed, swayed autonomously by 1692 3, 99 | relations between people. Their self-interest as a class, group or nation 1693 1, 16 | profundity they are a sort of self-portrait of Christ, and for this 1694 3, 86 | It is at once inalienable self-possession and openness to all that 1695 3, 104 | The Pharisee represents a "self-satisfied" conscience, under the illusion 1696 1, 23 | of the presumption of his self-sufficiency, leads him to ask for and 1697 2, 46 | ultimately means making freedom selfdefining and a phenomenon creative 1698 3, 100 | enterprises which for any reasonselfish or ideological, commercial 1699 3, 100 | personal dignity, buying or selling or exchanging them like 1700 2, 66 | great price, for which one sells all one's possessions, are 1701 Int, 2 | of his Church, which he sends forth to the whole world 1702 2, 29 | form better suited to the sensitivities and questions of our contemporaries. 1703 2, 53 | specified and determined "eodem sensu eademque sententia" 99 in 1704 1, 17 | commandment, are summed up in this sentence, 'You shall love your neighbour 1705 2, 58(103) | In II Librum Sentent., dist. 39, a. 1, q. 3, 1706 2, 53 | determined "eodem sensu eademque sententia" 99 in the light of historical 1707 2, 44 | Psalms we encounter the sentiments of praise, gratitude and 1708 1, 19 | the following of Jesus, sequela Christi, once one has given 1709 3, 100 | Catechism goes on to present a series of kinds of behaviour and 1710 3, 115 | Each of us can see the seriousness of what is involved, not 1711 1, 15(24) | Cf. Saint Augustine, De Sermone Domini in Monte, I, 1, 1: 1712 3, 87 | man who came "not to be served but to serve, and to give 1713 3, 116 | facilities and counselling services, and, in cases of a serious 1714 Conc, 118(181)| inaestimabilis dilectio caritatis: ut servum redimeres, Filium tradidisti!" 1715 2, 76(125) | Ecumenical Council of Trent, Session VI, Decree on Justification 1716 3, 100 | etc.158 It continues: "The seventh commandment prohibits actions 1717 2, 69 | brief lapse of time, to sever radically the bond of communion 1718 | several 1719 Int, 4 | demands in the areas of human sexuality, the family, and social, 1720 1, 8 | raised as it were in the shadow of the Law of the Lord. 1721 3, 109 | that she has been made a sharer in the munus propheticum 1722 Conc, 118 | new life, Jesus makes us sharers in his love and leads us 1723 2, 37 | theologians have introduced a sharp distinction, contrary to 1724 1, 8 | 8; 21:6; 22:13), Christ sheds light on man's condition 1725 1, 19 | the shepherd who leads his sheep and feeds them (cf. Jn 10: 1726 Conc, 120 | the time of his birth, she sheltered in her womb the Son of God 1727 1, 19 | cf. Jn 8:12). He is the shepherd who leads his sheep and 1728 3, 91 | is Christ, a burning and shining lamp, was cast into the 1729 3, 109 | telling. All our concepts fall short of its ultimately unfathomable 1730 3, 95 | charity, as Christ himself showed by his conversations and 1731 1, 25 | for people of all times is shown forth in his body, which 1732 Conc, 119 | may have life. Let him not shrink from the unity of the members".182 1733 2, 54 | specifically: 'do this, shun that'. For man has in his 1734 2, 42 | light of your face, Lord, is signed upon us, thereby implying 1735 2, 66 | morality of the New Covenant is similarly dominated by the fundamental 1736 3, 107 | unseen, constitutes the simplest and most attractive way 1737 2, 62 | subject is called to seek sincerely. ~ 1738 2, 32 | place to a criterion of sincerity, authenticity and "being 1739 1, 8 | and even his weakness and sinfulness, with his life and death, 1740 3, 96 | considered in the uniqueness and singularity of his being and existence: 1741 2, 38 | Taking up the words of Sirach, the Second Vatican Council 1742 2, 44 | the way of sinners, nor sits in the seat of scoffers, 1743 1, 17 | law of sin, we are still slaves".27 ~ 1744 1, 18 | love is not restricted to a small group of individuals. The 1745 3, 99(156) | Encyclical Letter Sollicitudo Rei Socialis (December 30,1987), 41: 1746 3, 99 | the life of persons in the socio-economic and socio-political sphere. 1747 3, 99 | in the socio-economic and socio-political sphere. This is clearly 1748 2, 78 | they must be done for the sole purpose of pleasing God".129 ~ 1749 3, 93 | witnessed to by death, is a solemn proclamation and missionary 1750 3, 96 | unshakable foundation and solid guarantee of a just and 1751 2, 58 | insurmountable and impenetrable solitude, but opens him to the call, 1752 3, 99(156) | Encyclical Letter Sollicitudo Rei Socialis (December 30, 1753 3, 99 | a renewed society and to solve the complex and weighty 1754 1, 18 | our sublime vocation as "sons in the Son". ~This vocation 1755 1, 10 | must do becomes clear as soon as God reveals himself. 1756 1, 22 | heard this, he went away sorrowful, for he had many possessions" ( 1757 2, 74 | called the problem of the "sources of morality". Precisely 1758 2, 46 | world of the senses within space and time, physio-chemical 1759 2, 59 | which, like an imperishable spark (scintilla animae), shines 1760 2, 78 | the object of an act which specifies that act morally, it is 1761 Int, 4 | regarding the many different spheres of human life. In Christ' 1762 3, 108 | grants the discernment of spirits, assigns governance, inspires 1763 [Title] | Veritatis splendor~ 1764 1, 18 | indivisible charity, which spontaneously tends towards that perfection 1765 1, 15 | capable of respecting the spousal meaning of the body: "You 1766 Int, 4 | which has experienced the spread of numerous doubts and objections 1767 1, 15 | meaning. Love of neighbour springs from a loving heart which, 1768 Int, 1 | religious questions. Rather, it spurs us on to face the most painful 1769 2, 53(98) | Theologiae I-II, q.108, a. 1. St. Thomas bases the fact that 1770 3, 105 | nothing to see in me but the stain of my crimes; there is no 1771 3, 103 | Christ? This is what is at stake: the reality of Christ's 1772 1, 8 | superficial, and even illusory standards and measures of his being — 1773 2, 64 | developing them from the starting point of the primordial 1774 1, 13 | journey towards freedom, its starting-point. "The beginning of freedom", 1775 3, 85 | not so much in doctrinal statements and pastoral appeals to 1776 2, 46 | treated as if they were statistically verifiable data, patterns 1777 3, 91 | burning incense before the statue of the Emperor (cf Rev 13: 1778 2, 44 | nation is there that has statutes and ordinances so righteous 1779 2, 30 | myths. As for you, always be steady, endure suffering, do the 1780 3, 91 | beginning with the deacon Stephen (cf Acts 6:8-7:60) and the 1781 2, 47 | that contraception, direct sterilization, autoeroticism, pre-marital 1782 3, 95 | he was uncompromisingly stern towards sin, but patient 1783 3, 92 | involved. Jesus warns us most sternly: "What does it profit a 1784 Conc, 120 | he affirmed: "The first stimulus to learning is the nobility 1785 3, 106 | is the most powerful and stirring challenge which the Church 1786 1, 23 | enabling sinful man to take stock of his own powerlessness 1787 3, 94 | Saint Justin put it, "the Stoics, at least in their teachings 1788 | stop 1789 3, 91 | A prime example is the story of Susanna: in reply to 1790 Conc, 120 | power, ~that man may not stray ~from the path of the good ~ 1791 3, 105 | constantly look upon me, to strengthen this clay, so that my strength 1792 3, 115 | entrusted to Peter the task of strengthening his brethren (cf Lk 22:32), 1793 2, 39 | performing morally good acts, man strengthens, develops and consolidates 1794 1, 23 | own powerlessness and by stripping him of the presumption of 1795 Int, 3 | recognition of God, yet who strive, not without divine grace, 1796 1, 10 | s glory" (cf. Eph 1:12), striving to make each of his actions 1797 2, 31 | today have a particularly strong sense of freedom. As the 1798 2, 53 | into question the permanent structural elements of man which are 1799 3, 116 | erect and recognize these structures and delegate certain responsibilities 1800 Int, 1 | painful and decisive of struggles, those of the heart and 1801 2, 31(54) | Colloquium of Juridical Studies (March 10, 1984), 4: Insegnamenti 1802 3, 85 | preach Christ crucified, a stumbling block to Jews and folly 1803 2, 58 | calling him fortiter et suaviter to obedience. "Moral conscience 1804 3, 116 | in communion cum Petro et sub Petro, from our fidelity 1805 2, 38 | command: "Fill the earth and subdue it" (Gen 1:28). In view 1806 2, 80 | to human dignity, such as subhuman living conditions, arbitrary 1807 2, 32 | come to adopt a radically subjectivistic conception of moral judgment. ~ 1808 1, 18 | life in a way worthy of our sublime vocation as "sons in the 1809 2, 66 | God, offering 'the full submission of intellect and will to 1810 2, 42 | he frees himself from all subservience to his feelings, and in 1811 2, 53 | truth remain valid in their substance, but must be specified and 1812 2, 67 | means to contradict the substantial integrity or personal unity 1813 1, 11 | observance of the commandments, succeeds in "fulfilling" the Law, 1814 2, 40 | Lawgiver, or were it to suggest a freedom which creates 1815 2, 80 | euthanasia and voluntary suicide; whatever violates the integrity 1816 2, 30 | for themselves teachers to suit their own likings, and will 1817 2, 29 | offered in a form better suited to the sensitivities and 1818 2, 36(61) | q. 71, a. 6; see also ad Sum.~ 1819 2, 83 | obedience to the divine law summarized in the commandment of love 1820 3, 87 | is the living, personal summation of perfect freedom in total 1821 1, 24 | preaching of the Apostles, and summing up in a remarkable way the 1822 1, 8 | action. At the source and summit of the economy of salvation, 1823 2, 54 | him to obedience. Always summoning him to love good and avoid 1824 2, 59 | dictate for the individual, a summons to do what is good in this 1825 3, 94(147) | Summum crede nefas animam praeferre 1826 2, 59 | obligation are acknowledged, not suppressed, once reason has established 1827 3, 109 | Revealed truth, to be sure, surpasses our telling. All our concepts 1828 1, 22 | rule, indicates the new and surprising possibility opened up to 1829 3, 94 | greatest of crimes to prefer survival to honour and, out of love 1830 3, 93 | commitment. In this he or she is sustained by the virtue of fortitude, 1831 1, 24 | love of God, generates and sustains the free response of a full 1832 2, 38 | free and self-governed, swayed autonomously by its own 1833 2, 64 | and helping it not to swerve from the truth about the 1834 2, 65 | would only be its "signs" or symptoms. The immediate object of 1835 2, 70 | tradition. And the 1983 Synod of Bishops, from which that 1836 2, 29 | any particular theological system, still less a philosophical 1837 3, 97 | commandments of the second table of the Decalogue in particular — 1838 3, 105 | to allow themselves to be tainted by the attitude of the Pharisee, 1839 2, 62 | not "practise cunning and tamper with God's word", but "openly 1840 2, 46 | scientific objectification, technological progress and certain forms 1841 Int, 1 | development of science and technology, this splendid testimony 1842 3, 109 | to be sure, surpasses our telling. All our concepts fall short 1843 2, 73 | supreme good and ultimate end (telos) of man. This is attested 1844 3, 100 | practice of the virtue of temperance, to moderate our attachment 1845 3, 102 | 3:5): this was the first temptation, and it is echoed in all 1846 2, 30 | origin and towards which we tend?".50 These and other questions, 1847 2, 32 | now. Instead, there is a tendency to grant to the individual 1848 2, 55 | perspective which helps man tentatively to put order into his personal 1849 2, 75 | be called — according to terminology and approaches imported 1850 1, 26(37) | PG 8, 3ff-364; 497-536; Tertullian, Apologeticum, IX, 8: CSEL, 1851 2, 49(88) | Church Today cites other texts of the Old and New Testaments 1852 1, 12(20) | Confessor, Quaestiones ad Thalassium, Q. 64: PG 90, 723-728.~ 1853 | thence 1854 Int, 1 | it towards idols (cf. 1 Thes 1:9), exchanging "the truth 1855 2, 79 | must therefore reject the thesis, characteristic of teleological 1856 3, 101 | easily turns into open or thinly disguised totalitarianism".161 ~ 1857 Int, 1 | for absolute truth and a thirst to attain full knowledge 1858 2, 44 | often made reference to the Thomistic doctrine of natural law, 1859 1, 8 | wishes to understand himself thoroughly — and not just in accordance 1860 3, 114 | ward off errors that are threatening their flock (cf 2 Tim 4: 1861 3, 107 | expression and effectiveness the threefold and unitary munus propheticum, 1862 | throughout 1863 2, 53(100) | truths contained in our time-honored teaching, is one thing; 1864 2, 30 | addressed by the Apostle Paul to Timothy: "I charge you in the presence 1865 Int, 1 | eloquently proved by man's tireless search for knowledge in 1866 3, 95 | As Teacher, she never tires of proclaiming the moral 1867 3, 95 | must always be joined with tolerance and charity, as Christ himself 1868 2, 80 | sometimes it is lawful to tolerate a lesser moral evil in order 1869 Int, 4 | kinds of behaviour could be tolerated, these being left to the 1870 3, 108 | instructs teachers, guides tongues, works wonders and healings, 1871 3, 108 | trampled upon the powers and torments of the world, armed and 1872 2, 80 | mutilation, physical and mental torture and attempts to coerce the 1873 2, 64 | helping it to avoid being tossed to and fro by every wind 1874 3, 112 | normality itself bears the traces of a fall from man's original 1875 1, 15(25) | Chromatius of Aquileia, Tractarus in Matthaeum, XX, I,1-4: 1876 Conc, 118(181)| servum redimeres, Filium tradidisti!" Missale Romanum, In Resurrectione 1877 3, 100 | 15), forcing up prices by trading on the ignorance or hardship 1878 2, 74 | his act? ~This is what is traditionally called the problem of the " 1879 3, 94 | religious and sapiential traditions of East and West, from which 1880 2, 80 | slavery, prostitution and trafficking in women and children; degrading 1881 3, 86 | freedom; they also confirm its tragic aspects. Man comes to realize 1882 3, 113 | thus have a grave duty to train the faithful to make this 1883 2, 53 | is something in man which transcends those cultures. This "something" 1884 2, 51 | thence every just law is transcribed and transferred to the heart 1885 2, 51 | just law is transcribed and transferred to the heart of the man 1886 Conc, 120 | on 6 August, Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord, in the year 1887 3, 93 | example of a life completely transfigured by the splendour of moral 1888 2, 81 | or intentions can never transform an act intrinsically evil 1889 1, 23 | who heals, restores and transforms the human heart by his grace: " 1890 3, 93 | living reproof to those who transgress the law (cf Wis 2:12), and 1891 2, 44 | to know it, ponder it and translate it into life. "Blessed is 1892 2, 51 | evil, be concerned for the transmission and preservation of life, 1893 3, 87 | highroad which the Church must tread every day if she wishes 1894 3, 114 | Spirit, drawing out of the treasury of Revelation things old 1895 2, 80 | conditions of work which treat labourers as mere instruments 1896 3, 101 | accused against summary trials and convictions, the just 1897 2, 32 | the status of a supreme tribunal of moral judgment which 1898 2, 76 | development of a casuistry which tried to assess the best ways 1899 Conc, 118 | from unleashing all his triumphant power, if we only call upon 1900 3, 85 | the answer to the question troubling so many people today: how 1901 3, 91 | himself, they obediently trusted and handed over their lives 1902 3, 103 | In a divine manner, he turned what could be burdensome 1903 1, 9 | life?" can only be found by turning one's mind and heart to 1904 1, 19 | mission, beginning with the Twelve; but it is also clear that 1905 2, 43 | identifies it with "the type of the divine wisdom as 1906 2, 47 | decisions. The workings of typically human behaviour, as well 1907 3, 103 | could be burdensome and tyrannical into what is easy to bear 1908 2, 80 | and quite apart from the ulterior intentions of the one acting 1909 3, 90 | God (cf Gen 9:5-6). ~The unacceptability of "teleological", "consequentialist" 1910 1, 14 | expressed in a wonderful and unambiguous way in the parable of the 1911 1, 26 | the Church's Pastors have unambiguously condemned the behaviour 1912 1, 8 | It is an essential and unavoidable question for the life of 1913 3, 87 | from which the Church draws unceasingly in order to live in freedom, 1914 1, 8 | must with his unrest, uncertainty and even his weakness and 1915 3, 102 | truth occasionally demands uncommon sacrifices, and must be 1916 3, 96 | categorical — unyielding and uncompromising — defence of the absolutely 1917 3, 95 | world but to save it, he was uncompromisingly stern towards sin, but patient 1918 2, 32 | the crisis of truth is not unconnected with this development. Once 1919 2, 70 | neighbour or as an implicit and unconscious rejection of love. "For 1920 3, 110 | anthropological concerns which underlie the moral doctrine and the 1921 Int, 5 | foundations which are being undermined by certain present day tendencies. ~ 1922 2, 64 | moral questions, in no way undermines the freedom of conscience 1923 2, 36 | rational — and thus universally understandable and communicable — character 1924 Conc, 120 | every kind of weakness. She understands sinful man and loves him 1925 3, 93 | splendour of moral truth may be undimmed in the behaviour and thinking 1926 Conc, 119 | are able to preserve an "undivided heart" (Ps 86:11). On the 1927 2, 32 | follow one's conscience is unduly added the affirmation that 1928 2, 68 | perdition only by being unfaithful to that fundamental option 1929 2, 57 | his own faithfulness or unfaithfulness with regard to the law, 1930 3, 109 | short of its ultimately unfathomable grandeur (cf Eph 3:19). 1931 3, 84 | Concrete situations are unfavourably contrasted with the precepts 1932 1, 20 | commandment: to become part of the unfolding of his complete giving, 1933 3, 88 | Lord. Take no part in the unfruitful words of darkness, but instead 1934 3, 102 | commanded any one to be ungodly, and he has not given any 1935 2, 50 | the human person in his "unified totality", that is, as " 1936 2, 34(59) | Anglicans in Catholic Teaching (Uniform Edition: Longman, Green 1937 2, 76(125) | Clement XI, Constitution Unigenitus Dei Filius (September 8, 1938 3, 107 | effectiveness the threefold and unitary munus propheticum, sacerdotale 1939 2, 52 | are "unchanging".94 They unite in the same common good 1940 3, 116 | Church-related schools,179 universities,180 health-care facilities 1941 3, 109(171) | the Pontifical Gregorian University (December 15,1979), 6. Insegnamenti 1942 3, 107 | show its authenticity and unleash all its missionary force 1943 Conc, 118 | God, or prevent him from unleashing all his triumphant power, 1944 | unless 1945 2, 73 | he shows his likeness or unlikeness to the image of the Son 1946 2, 35 | But his freedom is not unlimited: it must halt before the " 1947 3, 92 | Indeed, it even more clearly unmasks the true face of such an 1948 2, 55 | interventions are the cause of unnecessary conflicts of conscience. ~ 1949 2, 41 | the imposition of norms unrelated to his good, this would 1950 1, 8 | his being — must with his unrest, uncertainty and even his 1951 3, 107 | of God, humble and often unseen, constitutes the simplest 1952 2, 46 | For others, it is in the untrammelled advancement of man's power, 1953 Conc, 119 | impossible to practise. This is untrue, since Christian morality 1954 2, 48 | whole — corpore et anima unus 87 — as a person. These 1955 2, 30 | Lastly, what is that final, unutterable mystery which embraces our 1956 3, 117 | freedom. And all of us, with unveiled faces, reflecting the glory 1957 3, 115 | perfect (cf Mt 5:48). The unwavering demands of that commandment 1958 3, 91 | and their love for Christ, unwilling to deny him. In this they 1959 3, 88 | then how you walk, not as unwise men but as wise, making 1960 3, 104 | justifications, but rather on his own unworthiness before God's infinite holiness: " 1961 3, 96 | truth, the categoricalunyielding and uncompromising — defence 1962 Int, 3 | divine grace, to lead an upright life. For whatever goodness 1963 3, 84 | contested, and freedom alone, uprooted from any objectivity, is 1964 1, 18 | Indeed, they feel an interior urge — a genuine "necessity" 1965 3, 101 | fact derive their singular urgency from, the transcendent value 1966 1, 27 | s tradition, senses more urgently the duty to offer its own 1967 2, 62 | 12:2). ~Paul's admonition urges us to be watchful, warning 1968 3, 100 | Reducing persons by violence to use-value or a source of profit is 1969 3, 93 | and missionary commitment usque ad sanguinem, so that the 1970 2, 45 | moral-theological reflection usually distinguishes between the 1971 Conc, 118(181)| inaestimabilis dilectio caritatis: ut servum redimeres, Filium 1972 2, 38 | be gradually discovered, utilized and ordered by man".66 ~ 1973 3, 111 | the present time is of the utmost importance, not only for 1974 2, 64 | what is good. In the same vein, Saint Paul exhorts us not 1975 2, 44 | of praise, gratitude and veneration which the Chosen People 1976 2, 61 | particular choice. But the verdict of conscience remains in 1977 2, 46 | they were statistically verifiable data, patterns of behaviour 1978 2, 67 | prudence always has the task of verifying that they apply in a specific 1979 2, 63(108) | Saint Thomas Aquinas, De Veritate, q. 17, a. 4,~ 1980 1, 9 | commandments" (Mt 19:17). In the versions of the Evangelists Mark 1981 2, 48(86) | Cf. Ecumenical Council of Vienne, Constitution Fidei Catholicae: 1982 3, 114 | make it bear fruit and they vigilantly ward off errors that are 1983 2, 53(99) | Saint Vincent of Lerins, Commonitorium 1984 3, 100 | merchandise. Reducing persons by violence to use-value or a source 1985 3, 107 | Saints, and above all in the Virgin Mother of God "full of grace" 1986 Conc, 120(183)| De Virginibus, Bk. II, Chap. II,15: PL 1987 Conc, 120 | speaking specifically to virgins but within a context open 1988 2, 64 | and develops through the virtuous attitudes of the individual 1989 1, 24 | quod iubes et iube quod vis" (grant what you command 1990 2, 60 | a principle of obedience vis-à-vis the objective norm which 1991 3, 99 | human person who, as the visible image of the invisible God, 1992 2, 71(121) | De Vita Moysis, II, 2-3: PG 44, 1993 3, 94(147) | praeferre pudori et propter vitam vivendi perdere causas": 1994 3, 94(147) | pudori et propter vitam vivendi perdere causas": Satirae, 1995 2, 60(106) | Encyclical Letter Dominum et Vivificantem (May 18, 1986), 43: AAS 1996 2, 76 | from the constraints of a voluntaristic and arbitrary morality of 1997 2, 34(58) | Encyclical Epistle Mirari Vos Arbitramur (August 15, 1832): 1998 1, 10 | wonderful for me (cf. Ps. 138:6, Vulg.). That is to say, in my 1999 3, 100 | cf Dt 25:13-16), unjust wages (cf Dt 24:14-15), forcing 2000 3, 89 | the same way in which he walked" (1 Jn 1:5-6; 2:3-6). ~Through 2001 2, 44 | Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the 2002 2, 30 | listening to the truth and wander into myths. As for you, 2003 2, 51 | who works justice, not by wandering but by being, as it were,


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