Truth, freedom and the value of the life of faith - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Truth, freedom and the value of the life of faith

The divine plan is studded with graces, because all creation needs its creator and men groan inwardly while waiting for the future graces.
In order to make proper use of the world, the conscience must refer to the Creator to grasp the light of truth  that sets free; while worshipping the Father in spirit and truth, we receive the strength to endure martyrdom and testify to the truth: Jesus Christ freely met His Passion laying down His life with love; He showed the perfect freedom, obedient to the will of God, fixed on the Cross to exalt its fruitfulness and saving power in the Resurrection.
To love the neighbor as one’s self is a precept that summarizes the fulfillment of the law, confirming it and revealing its demands and severity.
Love of God and of one’s neighbor cannot be separated from the observance of the commandments of the Covenant renewed in the blood of Jesus Christ and in the gift of the Spirit, because every commandment leads to a true and concrete good when observed for love. -  email:
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