Issues involving essential goods, or common goods, which are the duty of government to insure are available to all of its citizens are not negotiable. In other words, there is no policy of accommodation that would allow life to some and deny life to others, that would recognize the human dignity of some, and hold others not to have it. These essential goods are:
(a) The dignity of human life from conception to natural death.
(b) The dignity of marriage and family, upon which the good of every society and the human race itself depends.
(c) The protection of the right of parents to educate their children.