The oppression of the weak by the strong would be the obvious consequence. Say it and do it Dare quam accipere - Rather to give than to receive Dat cura commodum - Vigilance ensures advantage Dat cura quietem - Vigilance ensures tranquility Dat Deus incrementum - God gives increase Dat et sumit Deus - God giveth and taketh away Dat gloria vires - Glory gives strength Dat tela fidelitas - Fidelity supplies weapons Data et accepta - Expenditure and receipts Data fata secutus - Following my destiny Ddal gwaed Cymru - Entertain Welsh blood De asini vmbra disceptare - To argue about the shadow of an ass.
He learns much, he cultivates his resources, he goes outside of himself and beyond himself. In this essay, after introducing some epistemological assumptions which I believe should govern the dialogue and the interaction between theology and science Section III present a brief status quaestionis of the presence of the natural sciences in theological works Section III.
They offend human dignity insofar as they treat some people as mere instruments for the enrichment of others, or deny access to the benefits of cultural development. The Precious Value of Marriage and of the Family 3.
The joys and the hopes and the griefs and the anxieties of the men of this age are identical to that of the followers of Christ.
Mutual self-giving in the Sacrament of Marriage is grounded in the grace of Baptism, which establishes the foundational covenant of every person with Christ in the Church. In this last of the Council documents, the Fathers set forth some definitive norms for a program of engagement with the world.
On the one hand, the interpretation of scientific data is often theory laden and hence requires some discernment by theologians, just as it happens when considering philosophy. The Gospel of the Family also nourishes the seeds which are still waiting to grow; and serves as the basis for caring for those trees which have withered and must not be neglected.
What is this sense of sorrow, of evil, of death, which continues to exist despite so much progress. In the face of fundamental and inalienable ethical demands, Christians must recognize that what is at stake is the essence of the moral law, which concerns the integral good of the human person.
For a monumental struggle against the powers of darkness pervades the whole history of man. Virginity or celibacy, by liberating the human heart in a unique way,  "so as to make it burn with greater love for God and all humanity,"  bears witness that the Kingdom of God and His justice is that pearl of great price which is preferred to every other value no matter how great, and hence must be sought as the only definitive value.
Those who are in extreme need have the right to gather their needs from the riches of others. For this reason the Church is firmly opposed to an often widespread form of imparting sex information dissociated from moral principles.
For this reason, love for God and neighbor is the first and greatest commandment. The same cannot be said for a man who cares but little for truth and goodness, or for a conscience which by degrees grows practically sightless as a result of habitual sin.
The poor have the most urgent moral claim on the conscience of the nation. How do people manifest that the grace of the Sacrament sustains married couples throughout their life together.
Hence to every thoughtful man a solidly established faith provides the answer to his anxiety about what the future holds for him. In her loyal devotion to God and men, the Church has already repudiated 16 and cannot cease repudiating, sorrowfully but as firmly as possible, those poisonous doctrines and actions which contradict reason and the common experience of humanity, and dethrone man from his native excellence.
Now, this happens in many ways. Not infrequently ideas and solutions which are very appealing but which obscure in varying degrees the truth and the dignity of the human person, are offered to the men and women of today, in their sincere and deep search for a response to the important daily problems that affect their married and family life.
For in truth it must still be regretted that fundamental personal rights are still not being universally honored. Likewise to be denounced as gravely unjust are cases where, in international relations, economic help given for the advancement of peoples is made conditional on programs of contraception, sterilization and procured abortion.
Summary of Gaudium et Spes The numbers given correspond to section numbers within the text.
1. Preface () Addressed to all people expressing the Church’s desire to dialogue with the whole human family by using the common language of “personhood”. The human person is the “point of contact”.
Summary of Gaudium et Spes (The following is a summary of Dei Verbum, of the Second Vatican Council. It retains the original chapter and numbering according to the actual ordered sections of.
In Gaudium et Spes, the council fathers discuss how Christians should engage the modern world and how such interaction can be fruitful for both modern culture and the Church. The document portrays.
Gaudium et Spes reminds us of the perennial goal of this effort. It is that, appropriately for the modern world: • "[The Church might] make God the Father and His Incarnate Son present and in a.
as another self, taking into account first of all his life and the means necessary for living it with dignity’ (Gaudium et Spes, no. 27).Every political, economic, social, scientific and cultural program must.
Prooemium: Prologue Induam caelos tenebris, et saccum ponam operimentum eorum. Dominus dedit mihi linguam eruditam, ut sciam sustentare eum qui lapsus est verbo.Summary of gaudium et spes