See this online ebook:
- Universal Access to Medicines: Ethical Reflections on Ending Pediatric HIV; With a Selection of Recent Documents from the Church’s Engagement on Universal Access to Medecines [sic], edited by Alice de La Rochefoucauld and Dr. Carlo Maria Marenghi, electronic document prepared by Margarete Hahnen (Chambésy: Caritas in Veritate Foundation, 2018). Available in pdf format at the Caritas in Veritate Foundation.
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“Justice is promoted when one welcomes the life of the other and assumes responsibility for him, responding to his expectations, for in him one perceives the very Face of the Son of God who for our sake became man. It is on the divine image imprinted in our brother and sister that the most exalted dignity of every person is founded and inspires the need for respect, care and service. Justice and charity, in the Christian perspective, are very closely linked…
“To bend down, like the Good Samaritan, over the wounded man left by the roadside is to fulfil that ‘greater justice’ which Jesus asks of his disciples and practised in his life, because the fulfilment of the Law is love…”
(Pope Benedict XVI, Message to Participants in the 25th International Conference Organized by the Pontifical Council for Health Care Workers, 15 November 2010)