Action, need and limits - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Action, need and limits

The nobility of responsible participation in Creation  is manifested by the progress when it adheres to the plan of God.
Solidarity and participation to the human development is a way of sanctification that requires honesty and a Christian spirit.
The work in the Lord’s vineyard is an active, conscientious and responsible mission, to be lived in communion with gratitude and responsibility, faithfully putting one's own various and complementary ministries and charisms.
When the progress has no power against diseases and the society censors all talks about these hard realities, even then, the sufferings and those who care them are called to form a positive meaning for participation in the salvific suffering of Christ.
The faithful and constant wait for knowing His will makes possible to “do whatever He tells you” (Joh 2:5) through a free and responsible cooperation with the grace of the Lord, which never lacks. -  email:
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