The law and the revealed hope - 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 law and the revealed hope

In the New Testament, the theme of responsibility is taken up as a gift, so that the human will can be guided by a moral sense, accompanied by full freedom.
In fact, man is thought by God, since creation, so free that he can lack natural and moral laws, but also that he can rely on grace; indeed, the commandments are themselves a gift of grace recalling to the truth.
Thus, man is called to respond to grace, to live free in a path of faith and reason with truth and values; his vocation is in fact to bear fruit of conversion and announcement.
Therefore, man cooperates for an aim of happiness for himself, the family and the community; for all this he is driven by the hope in Christ. -  email:
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