The concepts of love, freedom, consent, and fecundity are fundamental goods known by the human person. Each of these are connected to the moral law that can be discovered by the human person through reason and through Revelation. It is through faith that we know these goods to be given by God, and by grace and a free assent in the will to the moral law that human persons and human societies flourish. An analogy is made between the moral law and the natural laws of the universe that are discovered through science. In discovering these laws, through experience, the creative capacity of human persons within the law is born -- and truth, beauty, and goodness abound. Discovery of the moral law, especially in terms of human sexuality, is connected to Wojtyla’s personalism that is found in his 1962 book, Love and Responsibility.