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Turning his thoughts to countless men and women all over the world who are active in the field of health care, as directors of health care centres, chaplains, doctors, researchers, nurses, pharmacists, paramedical workers and volunteers, the Holy Father urged them to “selflessly minister to the sick, the suffering and the dying, drawing strength and inspiration from their faith in the Lord Jesus and from the Gospel image of the Good Samaritan.” [xxiii] The Pontiff went on to remind them that as followers of Christ, they should always bear in mind the Lord’s command when he says: “Do this in memory of me”, (cf. Lk 22:19-20); and never loose sight of the fact that “Christian health care institutions continue Jesus’ own mission of caring for the weak and the sick, as places where the culture of life is affirmed and secured.” SWALLOW Heels Gold Asos MPlwL5ole

1.3. Establishment of the World Day of the Sick

Care for the suffering and the sick has always been, according to Pope John Paul II, an integral part of the Church’s ministry. The Christian community has done this following in the foot-steps of its founder, Jesus Christ, whom the New Testament writings affirm that “he went about doing good and healing” (Acts 10:38). Conscious of this long tradition of ministering to the suffering and sick, John Paul II instituted the World Day of the Sick which would be celebrated every year on the 11 th of February, a day which according to the Catholic liturgical calendar coincides with the commemoration of Our Lady of Lourdes. [xxv]

The World Day of the Sick was first celebrated on the 11 th of February 1993. Its institution was effected on 13 th May 1992. In the letter instituting the World Day of the Sick, the Pope observed that this annual celebration would be “a special time of prayer and sharing, of offering one’s suffering for the good of the church and of reminding everyone to see in his sick brother or sister the face of Christ who, by suffering and dying and rising achieved the salvation of mankind.” [xxvi] In the same letter of institution, the Holy Father reminded the entire Church and all people of good will, that “the reality of suffering and the appeal to bring both physical and spiritual relief to the sick do not concern believers alone, but challenge all mankind, marked by the limitations of the mortal condition.” [xxvii]

In short, the World Day of the Sick was instituted because John Paul II wanted, among others, to remind the ecclesial community and all people of good will that life is a gift from God and man is merely its steward and guardian. In addition, he wanted the church and humanity, with renewed spirit of service, to commit themselves in the face of the great mystery of pain and illness.

1.4. Specific Aims of the World Day of the Sick

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Harassment is defined as unwelcome conduct of a verbal, nonverbal or physical nature that is sufficiently severe or pervasive to create a work or academic environment that a reasonable person would consider intimidating, hostile or abusive and that adversely affects an individual’s educational, work, or living environment.

In determining whether unwelcome conduct is harassing, the Institute will examine the totality of the circumstances surrounding the conduct, including its frequency, nature and severity, the relationship between the parties and the context in which the conduct occurred. Below is a partial list of examples of conduct that would likely be considered harassing, followed by a partial list of examples that would likely constitute harassment:

Information on different ways to raise concerns about harassment can be found on the Complaint Process and Resolution website .

Conduct that does not rise to the level of harassment may still violate Section 9.1. Even conduct that does not violate an MIT policy may be inappropriate and any inappropriate conduct should be addressed by the supervisor or department head.

While MIT’s harassment policy is not limited to harassment based on the protected categories listed in Section 9.2, the Institute is particularly committed to eliminating harassment based on those categories. Harassment that is based on an individual’s race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, or national or ethnic origin is not only a violation of MIT policy but may also violate federal and state law, including Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and Mass. General Laws Chapter 151B. For information on how to file complaints of violation of law with governmental agencies see Section Legal Information .

9.4.1 Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Gender-Based Harassment

The Institute’s policy against harassment specifically includes a prohibition against sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, and gender-based harassment if the conduct meets the standards of harassment set forth above and has a connection to MIT as described in the introduction to this Section 9.0. Additional guidance is set forth on the Wiconic sneakers White Leather Crown 3euomx
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Sexual harassment is unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature, such as unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal, nonverbal, or physical conduct of a sexual nature, when:

A partial list of examples of conduct that might be deemed to constitute sexual harassment if sufficiently severe or pervasive include: Sexual Misconduct

Sexual misconduct is a broad term that includes sexual assault (rape, sexual fondling, incest or statutory rape) as well sexual exploitation and sexual harassment. Further definitions can be found on the Title IX website .

Domestic violence and dating violence by an MIT faculty, staff or other community member also violate this policy. Domestic violence and dating violence are defined on the Title IX website . Gender-Based Harassment

Gender-based harassment is unwelcome verbal or nonverbal conduct based on gender, sex, sex-stereotyping, sexual orientation, gender identity, or pregnancy that meets the definitions above of harassment. Gender-based harassment may also involve conduct of a sexual nature.

9.4.2 Stalking

Stalking, whether or not sexual in nature, is prohibited by MIT. Stalking is defined as engaging in a course of conduct directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to fear for their safety or the safety of others, or to suffer substantial emotional distress.

Stalking can take many forms. Examples include, but are not limited to, two or more instances of the following conduct (that also meet the definition of stalking above): following a person; appearing at a person’s home, class, or work; continuing to contact a person after receiving requests not to; leaving written messages, objects, or unwanted gifts; vandalizing a person’s property; photographing a person; and other threatening, intimidating or intrusive conduct.

Stalking may also involve the use of electronic media such as the internet, social networks, blogs, cell phones, texts, or other similar devices (often referred to as cyber-stalking). Such conduct may include, but is not limited to, non-consensual communication, telephone calls, voice messages, emails, texts, letters, notes, gifts, or any other communications that are repeated and undesired.

Examples of possibly harassing conduct
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