The vocation of the branches to bear much fruit - 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 vocation of the branches to bear much fruit

We recognize the demands of the law which is written in our hearts when we concur to truth and good despite difficulties and uncertainties, in the light of reason, with the secret influence of grace, affirming the sacred value of human life which surpasses any expectation since its very beginning until its end, because “love does no evil to the neighbor” (Rom 13:10).
From Mount Sinai, with the Law inscribed by God’s own finger on stone tablets, and the Mount of Blessings, we receive responsibilities toward God and toward others, with increasing maturity and spiritual freedom.
The Law of Sinai rejects the evil to inmove man to the greatest Commandments, on the path of love that fulfills the Law without abolishing it.
In the choice between good and evil, between life and death, the faith in Jesus leads to believe in His Word and to reject the attractive claims of evil.
Jesus proclaims the Beatitudes and He lives them, working for peace even when persecuted; to follow Him seems beyond the human strength but, in our weakness, He perfectly manifests the power of His grace. -  email:
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