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1 Intro, 0,1 | to make the mystery and mission of the Church shine forth, 2 Intro, 0,3 | decisive element for her mission, since it "manifests the 3 Intro, 0,3 | life, her holiness and her mission.The present difficulties 4 Intro, 0,4 | Consecrated Life and its Mission in the Church and in the 5 Intro, 0,4 | Christ and for the Church's mission in the world, in recent 6 Intro, 0,4 | vocation and their particular mission in the Church.Communion 7 Intro, 0,4 | helpful to the Church and her mission the more their specific 8 Intro, 0,4 | growth of fraternity and mission.~ 9 Intro, 0,8 | graces. By their lives and mission, the members of these Institutes 10 Intro, 0,10 | today as she carries out her mission in the world.~One thinks 11 Intro, 0,13 | consecration, communion and mission. I also hope that consecrated 12 I, 1,17 | special love and for a special mission. "This is my beloved Son: 13 I, 1,18 | way of sharing in Christ's mission, in imitation of the example 14 I, 1,18 | total gift of self. Every mission begins with the attitude 15 I, 1,19 | prompting them to make his mission their own. By allowing themselves 16 I, 1,19 | necessary for carrying out her mission in the world.~ 17 I, 2,25 | which are devoted to the mission ad gentes or which are engaged 18 I, 2,25 | be said that the sense of mission is at the very heart of 19 I, 2,25 | cooperate effectively in the mission of the Lord Jesus (cf. Jn 20 I, 2,27 | expresses itself in work and mission, that the Kingdom may become 21 I, 2,27 | Eschatological expectation becomes mission, so that the Kingdom may 22 I, 3,30 | respond to their vocation and mission. For this reason, as the 23 I, 3,31 | Christ in history and for its mission in the world. Everyone in 24 I, 3,31 | with a view to a particular mission.For the mission of the lay 25 I, 3,31 | particular mission.For the mission of the lay faithful, whose 26 I, 3,32 | lay life has a particular mission of ensuring that the Gospel 27 I, 3,32 | the Church's evangelizing mission through their personal witness 28 I, 3,33 | this mutual enrichment, the mission of consecrated persons becomes 29 I, 3,33 | eloquent and effective: this mission is to remind their other 30 I, 4,35 | conscious of their special mission in today's Church, and we 31 I, 4,35 | must encourage them in that mission".The Fathers of the Ninth 32 I, 4,36 | are enabled to take up the mission of Christ, working and suffering 33 I, 4,37 | dynamic fidelity to their mission, adapting forms, if need 34 I, 4,39 | choice of life have the mission of reminding others of that 35 II, 1,41 | for the Father and for the mission which he had received from 36 II, 1,42 | carrying out a specific mission, fraternal communion is 37 II, 1,42 | life in carrying out their mission of service to the Church 38 II, 1,43 | the spiritual life and for mission. In these years of change 39 II, 1,44 | Institutes, and that their mission continues to be worthwhile 40 II, 1,45 | accomplishment of their mission in the world. This is evident 41 II, 1,45 | work of all towards the one mission. If the Church is to reveal 42 II, 1,46 | this way communion leads to mission, and itself becomes mission"; 43 II, 1,46 | mission, and itself becomes mission"; indeed, "communion begets 44 II, 1,46 | context of the prophetic mission of all the baptized, is 45 II, 1,47 | communion at the service of the mission of the universal Church 46 II, 1,49 | Bishops to the vocation and mission of Institutes, and respect 47 II, 1,53 | framework of the Church's mission.~By means of these bodies, 48 II, 1,53 | to the advancement of the mission of the particular Churches.~ 49 II, 1,54 | effectively in the Church's mission. This helps to give a clearer 50 II, 1,54 | in the spirituality and mission of these Institutes. We 51 II, 1,55 | view of the Institute's mission. Moved by the examples of 52 II, 1,57 | Virgin, Bride and Mother.This mission of theirs was noted by the 53 II, 1,57 | life and her evangelizing mission have emerged. Certainly, 54 II, 1,57 | liberation, the Church has the mission to proclaim this message 55 II, 1,57 | their identity, ability, mission and responsibility more 56 II, 1,58 | fuller acknowledgement of the mission of women will provide feminine 57 II, 2,59 | this vocation and ecclesial mission, the cloister responds to 58 II, 2,60 | participating in this way in the mission of proclaiming the Gospel 59 II, 2,60 | faithful to their vocation and mission. The same holds true with 60 II, 2,60 | participation in an Institute's mission, through services rendered 61 II, 2,62 | shown in carrying out their mission, the methods of formation 62 II, 3,63 | life from the ecclesial mission of the consecrated life 63 II, 3,63 | to personal vocation and mission. Rather, by persevering 64 II, 3,64 | promotion of vocations~64. The mission of the consecrated life, 65 II, 3,65 | service of the Church's mission. To say "yes" to the Lord' 66 II, 3,65 | commitment to the charism and mission of their Institute.For formation 67 II, 3,68 | life and its particular mission in the Church.~The Synod 68 II, 3,71 | the spirit, history and mission of the Institute to which 69 III, 0,72 | Consecrated for mission~72. In the image of Jesus, 70 III, 0,72 | example and to continue his mission. Fundamentally, this is 71 III, 0,72 | devoting themselves wholly to "mission" is therefore included in 72 III, 0,72 | consecrated life itself is a mission, as was the whole of Jesus' 73 III, 0,72 | be said that a sense of mission is essential to every Institute, 74 III, 0,72 | than in external works, the mission consists in making Christ 75 III, 0,72 | consecrated persons are "in mission" by virtue of their very 76 III, 0,72 | moreover, continues the mission of Christ with another feature 77 III, 0,72 | community for the sake of the mission. Thus, men and women religious 78 III, 0,72 | the Institute's specific mission.~ 79 III, 0,74 | fruitful results in the mission in hand. The experience 80 III, 0,74 | undertake the great universal mission.~Institutes involved in 81 III, 1,76 | consecrated by the Father, sent in mission.Allowing themselves to be 82 III, 1,78 | committed exclusively to the mission ad gentes, from Institutes 83 III, 1,78 | to open themselves to the mission among non-Christians, inside 84 III, 1,78 | given to others",so the mission strengthens the consecrated 85 III, 1,78 | consecrated life.The Church's mission ad gentes offers consecrated 86 III, 1,78 | specific contribution to the mission.It should be emphasized 87 III, 1,79 | the permanent priority of mission"and is directed towards 88 III, 1,79 | not in opposition to the mission ad gentes" and "does not 89 III, 1,81 | with a view to renewing the mission. Courage in proclaiming 90 III, 1,82 | 19). Taking up the Lord's mission as her own, the Church proclaims 91 III, 1,83 | a significant way to her mission. They carry on the ministry 92 III, 1,83 | women that a part of their mission is to evangelize the health-care 93 III, 2,84 | subsequent dedication to the mission characteristic of the consecrated 94 III, 2,85 | will be faithful to their mission in the Church and the world, 95 III, 2,92 | same witness and the same mission, while respecting the diversity 96 III, 2,92 | truly taking part in the mission, of following the Lord and 97 III, 2,94 | discerning the charism and mission of their Institutes.~Meditation 98 III, 3 | III. SOME NEW FIELDS OF MISSION~ 99 III, 3,96 | essential dimension of her mission. The Master of her inner 100 III, 3,97 | wherever possible, the mission of education in schools 101 III, 4,102 | the Church's evangelizing mission",Institutes of Consecrated 102 III, 4,102 | embodies a basic model of mission and of the proclamation 103 Conclu, 0,104| a sharing in his divine mission in the world."If any of 104 Conclu, 0,109| charism of their call and mission.~You know well that you 105 Conclu, 0,109| words is the particular mission of the consecrated life 106 Conclu, 0,111| you and in its universal mission invites all people to draw 107 Conclu, 0,111| bring to fulfilment the mission of Christ by means of many


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