The natural law and acting in truth and freedom - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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The natural law and acting in truth and freedom

In all people of good will, the responsible creativity is inspired in the common quest for the seeds of truth and freedom, to work in the world that is anchored in the unchangeable principles of the natural law, inscribed by God the Creator in each creature; this inspiration must be interpreted in the light through Jesus Christ.
The truth of morality lies in human nature and in the Gospel, which must be listened to and put into practice; consistency in behaviors shows and involves everybody in his or her responsibility as each one is called to participate in the gift of salvation, to recognize and fulfil the obligations of justice and charity; moral truth enlights and inspire each Christian toward appropriate responses.
Human conscience calls to the management of the received gifts, responsibly and together with others, as the religious experience reveals about their gratuitousness.
A supportive community is built on justice, love and speaking the truth, so that it may be of service to human life and to the final fulfillment in God, as an expression of charity that attests the God’s love. -  email:
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