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© 2015 Saint Mary’s Press Catholic Faith Handbook Respecting Life Respecting Life The Catholic Faith Handbook for Youth, Respecting Life Edition Document #: TX005292 Chapter 28 The Catholic Faith Handbook for Youth, Third Edition Chapter 28
© 2015 Saint Mary’s Press Catholic Faith Handbook Human Life is Sacred We are made in the image of God. Even lives that we think are “imperfect” or “worthless” are precious to God. Our God-given dignity is the foundation for loving God, other people, and ourselves. © Monkey Business Images/www.shutterstock.com
© 2015 Saint Mary’s Press Catholic Faith Handbook Legitimate Defense We have a right to stop someone from harming us or others. If possible, we must avoid taking someone’s life, even in defense of self or others.
© 2015 Saint Mary’s Press Catholic Faith Handbook Life Issues and the Fifth Commandment: Capital Punishment The death penalty is only acceptable when there is no other way to protect society (human life) from the offender. Even the worst sin does not take away a person’s God-given dignity. © View Apart/www.shutterstock.com
© 2015 Saint Mary’s Press Catholic Faith Handbook Life Issues and the Fifth Commandment: War Nations have the same right to self-defense as individuals. Principles of just war must be met in order for a war to be moral. Modern weapons lead people to question whether a just war is possible today. © Przemek Tokar/www.shutterstock.com
© 2015 Saint Mary’s Press Catholic Faith Handbook Abortion takes the life of a child and physically and psychologically harms a mother. Life Issues and the Fifth Commandment: Abortion Everyone—women and men—has a responsibility to support pregnant women and protect unborn children. digitalskillet/iStockphoto.com
© 2015 Saint Mary’s Press Catholic Faith Handbook Euthanasia supporters claim to be offering a death with dignity, but the taking of a human life is still murder. Life Issues and the Fifth Commandment: Euthanasia Dying with dignity is possible in other ways, including hospice programs and pain-relieving medicine. SilviaJansen/iStockphoto.com
© 2015 Saint Mary’s Press Catholic Faith Handbook Suicide is the final rejection of the love of self, love of God, and love of neighbor. Life Issues and the Fifth Commandment: Suicide We pray for those who have committed suicide and entrust them to God’s love and mercy. filadendron/iStockphoto.com
© 2015 Saint Mary’s Press Catholic Faith Handbook Scandal is an attitude or behavior that leads another person to sin, harming her or his spiritual life. Life Issues and the Fifth Commandment: Scandal These attitudes or behaviors are especially wrong when committed by those who are supposed to educate or mentor others.
© 2015 Saint Mary’s Press Catholic Faith Handbook We should take care of our bodies and minds, which are wonderfully and carefully made. Life Issues and the Fifth Commandment: Respect for Health A healthy diet, exercise, and getting enough sleep are just the start of respecting our own health and encouraging others to do the same. monkeybusinessimages/iStockphoto.com
Chapter 28. Scriptures and Sacred Tradition has taught us that every human life is sacred from the moment of conception to natural death. No exceptions.
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© Boardworks Ltd of 19 Euthanasia and Suicide These icons indicate that teacher’s notes or useful web addresses are available in the Notes Page.
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS Yesterday and Today. An eye for an eye … In an attempt to deal with lawlessness, people were carrying enforcement of laws and punishment.
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Eternal Life The never –ending life after death with God, granted to those who die as God’s friends, with the grace of God alive in them.
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