Grace and mercy - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Grace and mercy

A weakened thought is prone to doubt, but responsibility recognizes and preserves with truth, fidelity and courage what is eternal and has value, avoiding conditioning and uncertainties imposed by subjectivity, materialism or utilitarianism.
When judgments become confused, the absoluteness of prohibitions is rejected if the standard of good and evil is compromised and adapted to circumstances.
Jesus demands pure and good intentions instead of outward practices; in fact, the circumstances of the act cannot alter its moral species.
On the eve of His sacrifice on the Cross, Jesus Himself prayed to the Father for His disciples that they might be one, a living communion.
This is the basis of the responsibility afore God and His plan, as divisions contradict the will of Christ forming a stumbling block to the world and damaging the proclaim of the Gospel.
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