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For more help see the Common Knowledge help page. As I recall the powerful experience of the Year of the Family, as if to complete the Letter which I wrote “to every particular family in every part of the world”, 8 I look with renewed confidence to every household and I pray that at every level a general commitment to support the family will reappear and be strengthened, so that today too-even amid so many difficulties and serious threats-the family will always remain, in accordance with God’s plan, evangeliuj “sanctuary of life”.

Choices once unanimously considered criminal and rejected by the common moral sense are wvangelium becoming socially acceptable.

Many centres in support of life, or similar institutions, dvangelium sponsored by individuals and groups which, with admirable dedication and sacrifice, offer moral and material support to mothers who are in difficulty and are tempted to have recourse to abortion.

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The life which Jesus gives in no way lessens evangleium value of our existence in time; it takes it and directs it to its final destiny: After the curse imposed on him by God, Cain thus addresses the Lord: Although man instinctively loves life because it is a good, this love will find further inspiration and strength, and new breadth and depth, in the divine dimensions of this good. God drove Cain out of his presence and sent him into exile far away from his native land, so that he passed from a life of human kindness to one which was more akin to the rude existence of a wild beast.

Birth and death, instead of being primary experiences demanding to be “lived”, become things to be merely “possessed” or “rejected”. The fact that legislation in many countries, perhaps even departing from basic principles of their Constitutions, has determined not to punish these practices against life, and even to make them altogether legal, is both a disturbing symptom and a significant cause of grave moral decline. Medical science, thanks to the committed efforts of researchers and practitioners, continues in its efforts to discover ever more effective evangelijm With Jesus these positive requirements assume new force and urgency, and are revealed in all their breadth and depth: Man must evangelim an account of it to his Master cf.


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Various considerations usually contribute to such a decision, all of which converge in the same terrible outcome. He rested then in the depths of man, he rested in man’s mind and in his thought; after all, he had created man endowed with reason, capable of imitating vtiae, of emulating his virtue, of hungering for heavenly graces.

By living “as if God did not exist”, man not only loses sight of the mystery of God, but also of the mystery of the world and the mystery of his own being. In seeking the deepest roots of the struggle between the “culture of life” and the “culture of death”, we cannot restrict ourselves to the perverse idea of freedom mentioned above.

It is composed “of men who by their wickedness suppress the truth” 1: In such a context suffering, an inescapable burden of human existence but also a factor of possible personal growth, is “censored”, rejected as useless, indeed opposed as an evil, always and in every way to be avoided.

Lovingly received day after day by the Church, it is to be preached with dauntless fidelity as “good news” to the people of every age and culture. When it cannot be avoided and the prospect of even some future well-being vanishes, then life appears to have lost all meaning and the temptation grows in man to claim the right to suppress it.

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Indeed, God alone is the source of that? Members Reviews Popularity Average rating Mentions 1 21, 4. Only thus, in the splendour of this image, can man be freed from the slavery of idolatry, rebuild lost fellowship and rediscover his true identity. And yet God, who is always merciful even when he punishes, “put a mark on Cain, lest any who came upon him should kill him” Gen 4: This doctrine is based upon the natural law and upon the written Word of God, is transmitted by evagnelium Church’s Tradition and taught by the ordinary and universal Magisterium.


Refresh and try again. The Gospel of God’s love for man, the Gospel of the dignity of the person and the Gospel of life are a single and indivisible Gospel. Once again we can gain insight from the story of Abel’s murder by his brother.

Even if a just international distribution of medical resources is still far from being a reality, how can we not recognize in the steps taken so far the sign of a growing solidarity among peoples, a praiseworthy human and moral sensitivity and a ecangelium respect for vitad CD Audiobook 0 editions. In the same perspective there is evidence of a growing public opposition to the death penalty, even when such a penalty is seen as a kind of “legitimate defence” on the part of society.

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Jesus, who upon entering into the world said: The Gospel of life, proclaimed in the beginning when man was created in the image of God for a destiny of full and perfect life cf.

Indeed, the pro- abortion culture is especially strong precisely where the Church’s teaching on contraception is rejected. Yet from the beginning, faced with the many and often tragic cases which occur in the life of individuals and society, Christian reflection has sought a fuller and deeper understanding of what God’s commandment prohibits and prescribes.