The service of life: being all one only - 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 service of life: being all one only

Love, constancy, goodness, service and fulfillment  upbuild the one Body of Christ and the Church of the home.
Being all one only responds to the Lord’s will and needs understanding, forbearance, pardon, reconciliation through His grace and responsibly overcoming division moving toward the truth; so, in continuity with Baptism, it is possible to live in responsible freedom and, finding source in the Eucharist, it is possible to understand and live the graces and responsibilities of marriage.
The dignity and responsibility of the family as a domestic Church are lived only with God’s aid, humbly and trustingly petitioned in prayer, not to escape from commitments, but to assume full responsibility as the primary and fundamental cell of human society. -  email:
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