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Past recipients of the Evangelium Vitae Medal include Mother Agnes Mary Donovan and the Sisters of Life; Helen M.
EVANGELIUM VITAE, supra note 9, at 91 (emphasis omitted).
He concludes with a summary of John Paul II's Veritatis splendor and Evangelium vitae and an account of the documents' reception by the theological academy.
I wrote that some of what he had said in the encyclical Evangelium Vitae had been wonderful and had pushed the death penalty to the edge.
WHEREAS he has set forth in his 11th Encyclical, Evangelium Vitae (The Gospel of Life), a challenge to people of all nations, races, and faiths to take steps toward mobilizing a "new culture of life" to counter the disintegrating moral fabric of society as witnessed by permissive legislation which refuses to "punish these practices against life" and by "certain sectors of the medical profession" which "are increasingly willing to carry out these acts against the person," and
In fact, according to Magaly Llaguno -- executive director of HLI's Hispanic Division, Vida Humana Internacional -- a new Catholic pro-life organization named Evangelium Vitae has been born in Spain and has become Human Life International's new affiliate in that country.
The message of Pope John Paul's Evangelium Vitae (Gospel of Life) is that human life is always and everywhere sacred - an absolute value which democracies ignore at the peril of totalitarianism should they permit abortion, euthanasia, and the use of new reproductive technologies.
May, "The Misinterpretation of John Paul II's Teaching in Evangelium vitae n.
In Evangelium Vitae, known for its grim warning of a "culture of death" and for its treatment of abortion, euthanasia and "morally unacceptable" sexuality, the pope also posited the question: What of the spreading of death caused by reckless tampering with the world's ecological balance?
Luke Gormallys collection of 22 essays is the product of an international conference sponsored by the Linacre Centre to examine the significance of John Paul IIs encyclical Evangelium vitae (1995) for healthcare ethics.
In his encyclical Evangelium Vitae, Pope John Paul II says that life on earth is not an ultimate value but a penultimate value.
His 1995 encyclical Evangelium Vitae (The Gospel of Life) may well be one of the most important pro-life documents ever written.