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Vita Consecrata

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1 Intro, 0,2 | the Religious Orders and Institutes devoted to contemplation 2 Intro, 0,2 | Apostolic Life, for Secular Institutes and for other groups of 3 Intro, 0,2 | parts of the world, where Institutes from abroad are gratefully 4 Intro, 0,2 | some parts of the world Institutes of Consecrated Life seem 5 Intro, 0,3 | difficulties which a number of Institutes are encountering in some 6 Intro, 0,7 | to ancient Orders or new Institutes, or being directly dependent 7 Intro, 0,8 | Institutes completely devoted to contemplation~ 8 Intro, 0,8 | devoted to contemplation~8. Institutes completely devoted to contemplation, 9 Intro, 0,8 | mission, the members of these Institutes imitate Christ in his prayer 10 Intro, 0,10| Secular Institutes~10. The Holy Spirit, who 11 Intro, 0,10| place of members of Secular Institutes seeking to live out their 12 Intro, 0,10| temporal realities. Secular Institutes, each in accordance with 13 Intro, 0,10| played by Clerical Secular Institutes, in which priests who belong 14 Intro, 0,11| distinguishes them from Religious Institutes and Secular Institutes. 15 Intro, 0,11| Religious Institutes and Secular Institutes. The specific identity of 16 Intro, 0,12| In many cases, these are Institutes similar to those already 17 I, 1,19 | charisms proper to the various Institutes. Hence many different forms 18 I, 2,25 | charisms proper to those Institutes which are devoted to the 19 I, 2,25 | consecration is recognizable.Institutes which from their origin 20 I, 3,32 | Consecrated persons in Secular Institutes contribute in a special 21 I, 4,35 | assiduously implore God. The Institutes of Consecrated Life, through 22 I, 4,37 | Creative fidelity~37. Institutes of Consecrated Life are 23 II, 1,42 | special care in Religious Institutes and in Societies of Apostolic 24 II, 1,42 | communion alien to Secular Institutes, or even to forms of the 25 II, 1,42 | particular or general, at which Institutes are called to elect Superiors 26 II, 1,44 | the Church and their own Institutes, and that their mission 27 II, 1,47 | charisms of their respective Institutes are granted by the Holy 28 II, 1,47 | communion which the different Institutes of Consecrated Life and 29 II, 1,47 | contribution of numerous Institutes of Consecrated Life and 30 II, 1,47 | and communion proper to Institutes of Consecrated Life and 31 II, 1,48 | Church is concerned that Institutes should grow and develop 32 II, 1,48 | a particular concern for Institutes of diocesan right, which 33 II, 1,48 | characteristic of the majority of Institutes.There is a duty then to 34 II, 1,49 | the particular Churches, Institutes may not invoke rightful 35 II, 1,49 | Superiors of the different Institutes. Special attention by Bishops 36 II, 1,49 | vocation and mission of Institutes, and respect by the latter 37 II, 1,50 | dialogue between Superiors of Institutes of Consecrated Life and 38 II, 1,51 | nationalism, international Institutes especially are called to 39 II, 1,51 | unity itself. International Institutes can achieve this effectively, 40 II, 1,52 | Communion among different Institutes~52. Fraternal spiritual 41 II, 1,52 | cooperation among different Institutes of Consecrated Life and 42 II, 1,53 | the Conferences of Secular Institutes. Encouraged and regulated 43 II, 1,53 | By means of these bodies, Institutes express the communion which 44 II, 1,53 | divine wisdom.I encourage Institutes of Consecrated Life to work 45 II, 1,53 | the Church. Rather, these Institutes should help one another 46 II, 1,53 | the Conferences of Secular Institutes to maintain frequent and 47 II, 1,53 | with the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and 48 II, 1,53 | growth of communion between Institutes of Consecrated Life and 49 II, 1,54 | monastic or contemplative Institutes, take the form of a relationship 50 II, 1,54 | primarily spiritual, while for Institutes involved in works of the 51 II, 1,54 | cooperation. Members of Secular Institutes, lay or clerical, relate 52 II, 1,54 | of new situations, many Institutes have come to the conclusion 53 II, 1,54 | spirituality and mission of these Institutes. We may say that, in the 54 II, 1,56 | participation in various Institutes under the new form of so-called 55 II, 2,59 | variety of contemplative Institutes and monastic traditions. 56 II, 2,60 | terminology currently in use, Institutes which, by reason of their 57 II, 2,60 | Holy Orders are called "Lay Institutes".Nonetheless the Synod pointed 58 II, 2,60 | members of these Religious Institutes. In fact, although they 59 II, 2,60 | proposed the term Religious Institutes of Brothers.This proposal 60 II, 2,60 | 23:8).In these Religious Institutes of Brothers nothing prevents 61 II, 2,60 | precisely because it wishes Institutes of Brothers to remain faithful 62 II, 2,60 | are known as "clerical" Institutes is different, since, according 63 II, 2,60 | legitimate tradition, these Institutes presuppose the exercise 64 II, 2,60 | Church authority.In these Institutes the sacred ministry is constitutive 65 II, 2,61 | Mixed Institutes~61. Some Religious Institutes, 66 II, 2,61 | Institutes~61. Some Religious Institutes, which in the founder's 67 II, 2,61 | is necessary that these Institutes, known as "mixed", evaluate 68 II, 2,61 | expressed the hope that in these Institutes all the Religious would 69 II, 2,62 | fostering in already existing Institutes a commitment to renewed 70 II, 2,62 | unity of mankind".The older Institutes, many of which have been 71 II, 3,63 | apostolic works of many Institutes and their very presence 72 II, 3,63 | times in history, there are Institutes which even run the risk 73 II, 3,63 | contribution which these Institutes have made to building her 74 II, 3,63 | their efforts.~For other Institutes, there is the problem of 75 II, 3,63 | Church. While individual Institutes have no claim to permanence, 76 II, 3,64 | well as the vitality of Institutes, undoubtedly depend on the 77 II, 3,64 | directly concerns the various Institutes but also involves the whole 78 II, 3,64 | carried out by the various Institutes in full accord with the 79 II, 3,64 | the Spirit's action is for Institutes to invest their best resources 80 II, 3,66 | more solidly established Institutes should help those of more 81 II, 3,67 | chief place of formation in Institutes of Consecrated Life and 82 II, 3,67 | period of initial formation, Institutes of Consecrated Life do well 83 II, 3,68 | recommended both for women's Institutes, and for men's Institutes 84 II, 3,68 | Institutes, and for men's Institutes as regards Religious Brothers. 85 II, 3,68 | Fathers earnestly asked all Institutes of Consecrated Life and 86 II, 3,69 | Continuing formation, whether in Institutes of apostolic or contemplative 87 III, 0,74 | great universal mission.~Institutes involved in one or other 88 III, 1,77 | above all by the members of Institutes, whether of the contemplative 89 III, 1,78 | mission ad gentes, from Institutes of active life to those 90 III, 1,78 | present a pressing call to Institutes of Consecrated Life and 91 III, 1,78 | Gospel of Christ. Also those Institutes which are being established 92 III, 1,78 | brothers and members of Secular Institutes special and extraordinary 93 III, 1,78 | The members of Secular Institutes, by their presence in fields 94 III, 1,78 | sending missionaries or by Institutes of Consecrated Life giving 95 III, 1,80 | Communities of Religious Institutes and of Societies of Apostolic 96 III, 1,80 | of cooperating with other Institutes, and of listening to the 97 III, 1,81 | mportant elements enabling Institutes to play a successful part 98 III, 1,82 | to me" (Mt 25:40). Many Institutes, especially in modern times, 99 III, 1,83 | charism of their respective Institutes. Down the centuries, many 100 III, 2,86 | celebrate and imitate them. The Institutes of Consecrated Life and 101 III, 2,89 | solidarity and charity. How many Institutes devote themselves to education, 102 III, 2,94 | from the very beginning of Institutes of Consecrated Life, and 103 III, 2,94 | charism and mission of their Institutes.~Meditation of the Bible 104 III, 3,97 | warmly invite members of Institutes devoted to education to 105 III, 3,97 | education and evangelization, Institutes which are responsible for 106 III, 3,97 | circumstances, the members of these Institutes and Societies should readily 107 III, 3,97 | State. Members of Secular Institutes in particular, because of 108 III, 3,98 | Evangelizing culture~98. Institutes of Consecrated Life have 109 III, 3,98 | resources of individual Institutes, the commitment to study 110 III, 3,99 | modern means. The various Institutes should be ready to cooperate, 111 III, 3,99 | especially members of Secular Institutes, should willingly lend their 112 III, 4,100 | is prayer and conversion,Institutes of Consecrated Life and 113 III, 4,101 | wish to encourage those Institutes which, either because they 114 III, 4,102 | s evangelizing mission",Institutes of Consecrated Life cannot 115 III, 4,102 | respect and charity, Religious Institutes can also promote appropriate 116 III, 4,102 | creation. In these areas, Institutes of active life especially


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