At the end of our life, we shall all be judged by charity. --St. John of the Cross
Started by Geremia, June 17, 2019, 07:49:14 PM
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Quoteuxor etiam viro leproso tenetur reddere debitum [...] et quamvis proles generetur infirma, tamen melius est ei sic esse quam penitus non esse. a wife is bound to pay the debt even to a leprous husband [...] And though the child begotten of them be diseased, it is better to be thus than not at all.
Quotenon homicidium facies, quod est contra vitam in actu; non adulterabis, quod est contra vitam in potentiaThou shalt do no murder, which is opposed to actual life: Thou shalt not commit adultery, which is opposed to life in potency
Quote66. What is asserted in favor of the social and eugenic "indication" may and must be accepted, provided lawful and upright methods are employed within the proper limits; but to wish to put forward reasons based upon them for the killing of the innocent is unthinkable and contrary to the divine precept promulgated in the words of the Apostle: Evil is not to be done that good may come of it. [Rom., III, 8.]
Quote from: INPEFESS on July 01, 2019, 07:38:10 AMQuoteharm that frequently results to the offspring from such intercourse".Is this scientifically verified or was it simply a common belief of the 12th-13th centuries?
Quoteharm that frequently results to the offspring from such intercourse".
QuoteBut notice what food the fetus is fed in the womb: with menstrual blood of course, which ceases in the woman after conception so that with it the fetus is fed inside the woman. The blood is said to be so detestable and unclean that "on contact with it crops do not germinate, orchards wither, plants die, trees drop their fruit; if dogs eat of it, they are transported into madness." Conceived fetuses contract the defect of the seed, so that lepers and elephantiacs are born from this corruption.
QuoteMaximum autem in his quae ad hominem pertinent, est vita, a qua omnia alia dependent.in things touching man, the chief of all is life, on which all other things depend.