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When it comes to striking a balance between protecting freedom and limiting freedom, John II's encyclicals Laborem Exercens (1981), Sollicitudo Rei Socialis (1988), Centesimus Annus (1991), and, last but not least, Evangelium Vitae (1995) are the high points in the history of Catholic social doctrine.
The Medal is named after Pope John Paul II's 1995 encyclical, Evangelium Vitae, which is Latin for "The Gospel of Life.
Asi, en el comentario In evangelium Ioannis, por ejemplo, afirma que el Hijo posee una naturaleza divina, "unida a la naturaleza increada del Padre" ([TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII], XIX, ii, 6 [p.
Pope John Paul II in his Evangelium Vitae Encyclical defines aggressive treatment as "medical procedures, which no longer correspond to the real situation of the patient, either because they are by now disproportionate to any expected results, or because they impose an excessive burden on the patient and his family.
In the introduction to Women in Christ: Toward a New Feminism, Michele Schumacher begins by acknowledging that the work has barely begun in founding and articulating the new feminism first conceived by John Paul II in Evangelium Vitae.
New feminists say the body of thought promulgated by John Paul II in Evangelium vitae and the apostolic letter Mulieris dignitatem ("On the Dignity and Vocation of Women") allows women to look at themselves in a more holistic way.
The "moral fittingness" is of major significance, since Tolkien understood eucatastrophe to possess an ethical-eschatological import when he suggested that the story that evoked it "may be a far-off gleam or echo of evangelium in the real world" ("On Fairy-Stories" 88).
Smith begins with Gaudium et Spes and works through the Catechism and several encyclicals of John Paul II, including explicit references to the environment in Evangelium Vitae (1995).
10) He has identified three versions of the Latin Gospel, Evangelium A, B, and C.
The origin of these legends is to be found in a group of apocryphal writings of which the Evangelium Nicodemi is the chief one.
In this spirit, John Paul reaffirmed in Evangelium vitae (1995) the universal and constant teaching of the Catholic Church that "direct abortion, that is, abortion willed as an end or as a means, always constitutes a grave moral disorder, since it is the deliberate killing of an innocent human being" For greater certainty, he added: "No circumstance, no purpose, no law whatsoever can ever make licit an act which is intrinsically illicit, since it is contrary to the Law of God which is written in every human heart, knowable by reason itself, and proclaimed by the Church.