“These are the eternal, immutable laws of good and evil, to which the Creator himself corresponds in all his evangelical times. and that it has allowed human reason, to the extent necessary for the fulfilment of human actions. These are among the principles: to live honestly, not to hurt anyone and to give everyone their principle. Second, the true law does not come from the meaning of man, but from the very nature of creation. That is, man does not create a law, that he discovers it. It has always been there, even if the man has ignored, mocked, distorted or forgotten it. And as it is always there, it can never be destroyed, while it can always, critically, remain in the memories. A people can walk two thousand years in ignorance (voluntary or not) of the true law, but the true law remains. If he fails in Troy, we remember that it is in Rome. If he fails there, it can be remembered in London. And if he fails there, it can be remembered in Philadelphia. After all, the truth is permanent, and nothing man does can destroy it, no matter how malicious our intentions are. The true right is a good reason in accordance with nature; it is universal, immutable and eternal in application; She invokes duties by her orders and opposes the faults committed by her prohibitions. And it is not for nothing that she puts her commandments and prohibitions on good men, even if they have no effect on the wicked.
It is a sin to amend this law, nor is it permissible to remove part of it, and it is impossible to abolish it completely. We cannot be released from its obligations by the Senate or the people, and we do not need to look for an exhibitor or an interpreter outside of ourselves. And there will be no different laws in Rome and Athens, or other laws now and in the future, but an eternal and immutable law will apply to all nations and all times, and there will be a master and a rule, that is, God, over all of us, for He is the author of this law, his seducer, and his execution judge. “The long-established New York Marriage Recognition Rule grants communion to non-state marriages and recognizes as valid a marriage considered valid in the place where the celebration is celebrated. This rule does not extend this recognition when foreign marriage violates prohibitions of natural law or explicit prohibitions of a law. Same-sex marriage is not covered by one of the two exceptions to the marriage recognition rule. “Aquinas has superimposed such arguments of natural law in favour of monogamous marriage with moral arguments of natural justice based on appeals to the dignity and intrinsic value of people…. The Natural Law of the Enlightenment in favor of monogamy and against polygamy continued a reasoning on the natural foundations of sex and marriage, which dates back more than two millennia in the West and was particularly well developed by Aquinas and medieval canonists. 2 “Invalidating this law of human law is never morally just, nor is it permissible to restrict its functioning one day, and it is impossible to cancel it.