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TEN SIGNS OF A “CULTURE OF LIFE”
May 10, 2008, 6:52 pm
Filed under: Evangelium Vitae, Pro-life

When the culture you live in respects and promotes human life will you even notice? Here are 10 “society-wide” signs to look for in a “Culture of Life”:

  1. Humble respect towards God, Source and Creator of human life and the beautiful universe we inhabit and the recognition that life is a gift to be cherished.
  2. Awe and respect for the origin of individual human life, that is, respect for the integrity of procreation and the incipient new life of the human embryo.
  3. Thoughtful respect for the sacred character of maternity and the right to life of the unborn child – particularly characterized by a medical profession that treats both mother and unborn child as “patients” and refuses to advocate the killing of a “patient”.
  4. Respect for all people with disabilities, and especially children with disabilities, such that the medical profession and other “caring professions” treat unborn and newborn children with disabilities as patients deserving of professional care and human compassion – not problems to be eliminated.
  5. That adoption is understood and appreciated as a life-giving, life-nurturing option for the individual child and for the well-being of society as a whole.
  6. Profound respect for the dignity of the elderly infirm and those who are dying along with corresponding compassionate care and services.
  7. Respect and societal support for the covenant/sacrament of marriage between a man and a woman.
  8. Respect and practical support for the institution of the family, sometimes called the “domestic church”, and even a “preferential option” for all children from infancy to adolescence.
  9. A genuine appreciation within Christianity, for that “childlike spirituality” so strongly encouraged by Jesus.
  10. A society that is known for an attitude of acceptance, forgiveness, compassion and understanding towards all, and particularly towards the poor, the sick, the weak and the marginalized.


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LIFE…….the most precious gift we received.

Comment by Arthur B. Dizon




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