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for the truth, 2488‑92

See also

Dignity

respect for the dignity of the person,

2284‑2301

for the dead, 2299‑2301

for health, 2288‑91

for the integrity of the body,

2297‑98

for the person and his rights, 1907,

1929‑33, 1944

for the reputation of persons, 2477,

2507

scientific research and, 2292‑96

for the soul of another, 2284‑87

Responsibility

of actions, 1735, 1737, 1745‑46, 1754

bishops and apostolic, 1594

of children toward their parents, 2218

conscience and responsibility to be

assumed, 1781

freedom and, 1036, 1731‑38

of man as steward of the world, 373

of parents toward their children, 2223,

2225

participation in social life and, 1913‑17

of the People of God, 783

poverty and the moral responsibility of

wealthy nations, 2439

sin and, 1868

of sinners for the death of Jesus, 597‑98

of spouses in transmitting life, 2368

Rest

on the day of the Lord, 2184‑85, 2194

on the Sabbath in the Decalogue, 582,

2168‑73, 2189

Resurrection of Christ.

See

Christ

Resurrection of the dead

body and soul at the final resurrection,

366

cremation and faith in the resurrection

of the body, 2301

Eucharist as the power of resurrection,

1524

faith in the resurrection of the dead as

essential to the Christian faith, 991

hour of resurrection of all the dead,

1001, 1038

how the dead are resurrected, 999, 1000

“I believe in the resurrection of the

body,” 988‑1013

opposition and incomprehension as to

faith in, 996

progressive revelation of, 992

reasons for and the foundations of

faith in, 993‑95

resurrection of all the dead, 998

resurrection of the flesh signifies, 990

rising, 997

Transfiguration of Christ as a sign of

man’s resurrection, 556

as a work of the Most Holy Trinity, 989

Retribution, Divine (eternal)

,

1021‑22, 2016

Return.

See

Advent;

Consummation; Expectation

Revelation

as enlightenment about religious and

moral truths, 38

external arguments of faith in, 156

faith as a response to, 142‑43, 150, 176,

1814

as the fruit of inspiration of the Holy

Spirit, 105

God’s Revelation expressed in human

tongues, 101

human understanding of, 157‑58

leads to a deeper understanding of the

laws of social living, 2419

made to the little ones, 544

man’s capacity of accepting, 35, 36

necessity of, 74, 1960

no further revelation is to be expected,

66‑67

Old and New Testaments as true, 129

as the pre‑eminent way to knowing

God, 50

“Private” revelations, 67

purpose and goal of, 52, 68

is realized gradually, 53, 69

Sacred Scripture and Tradition flow

from, 80‑83, 124

arguments of Revelation

of creation, 287, 337

of the Decalogue, 2060, 2071

of the divine plan of salvation,

50‑51

of God’s mercy to sinners, 1846

of man as God’s image, 1701, 2419