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   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,1 | with an "undivided" heart (cf. 1 Cor 7:34). Like the Apostles, 2 Intro, 0,7 | but by the word of God (cf. Mt 4:4). Such a life "in 3 Intro, 0,7 | known since apostolic times (cf. 1 Tim 5:5, 9-10; 1 Cor 4 Intro, 0,9 | communion of mind with him (cf. Phil 2:5-11), so that their 5 I, 0,16 | more than son or daughter" (cf. Mt 10:37) — for this is 6 I, 0,16 | is one with the Father (cf. Jn 10:30, 14:11). By imitating 7 I, 0,16 | back to the Father in love (cf. Jn 17:7, 10). By accepting, 8 I, 0,16 | the will of the Father (cf. Jn 4:34), to whom he is 9 I, 1,17 | his creatures to himself (cf. Jn 6:44) with a special 10 I, 1,17 | beloved Son: listen to him!" (cf. Mt 17:5). In response to 11 I, 1,17 | to his plan of salvation (cf. 1 Cor 7:32-34).~This is 12 I, 1,17 | wholly from the Father (cf. Jn 15:16), who asks those 13 I, 1,18 | which leads to the Father (cf. Jn 14:6), calls all those 14 I, 1,18 | Father has given to him (cf. Jn 17:9) to make the following 15 I, 1,18 | leaving everything behind (cf. Mt 19:27) in order to live 16 I, 1,18 | follow him wherever he goes (cf. Rev 14:4).~In the countenance 17 I, 1,18 | reflection of the Father's glory (cf. Heb 1:3), we glimpse the 18 I, 1,18 | everything to follow him (cf. Mk 1:16-20; 2:14; 10:21, 19 I, 1,18 | and following the Lord (cf. Lk 18:28) is a worthy programme 20 I, 1,19 | beautiful for her spouse (cf. Rev 21:2)"and is enriched 21 I, 1,21 | with an undivided heart (cf. 1 Cor 7:32-34), is a reflection 22 I, 1,21 | to do the Father's will (cf. Jn 4:34), shows the liberating 23 I, 1,22 | proposed to his disciples (cf. Mt 4:18-22; Mk 1:16-20; 24 I, 1,22 | for the sake of humanity (cf. Jn 17:19). His life of 25 I, 1,22 | acceptance of the Father's plan (cf. Jn 10:30; 14:11). His perfect 26 I, 1,22 | of the One who sent him (cf. Jn 6:38; Heb 10:5, 7). 27 I, 1,22 | the hands of the Father (cf. Lk 2:49). In filial obedience, 28 I, 2,23 | is thinking of the Cross (cf. Lk 9:43-45). There his 29 I, 2,23 | life of the Resurrection (cf. Jn 12:32; 19:34, 37). It 30 I, 2,23 | at the foot of the Cross (cf. Jn 19:26-27). His decision 31 I, 2,23 | alive, wherever he goes (cf. Rev 14:1-5).~ 32 I, 2,24 | bystanders cover their faces (cf. Is 53:2-3), fully reveals 33 I, 2,25 | completely devoted to the Father (cf. Lk 2:49; Jn 4:34), held 34 I, 2,25 | 34), held fast by Christ (cf. Jn 15:16; Gal 1:15-16) 35 I, 2,25 | animated by the Spirit (cf. Lk 24:49; Acts 1:8; 2:4), 36 I, 2,25 | mission of the Lord Jesus (cf. Jn 20:21) and contribute 37 I, 2,26 | passing away" (1 Cor 7:31; cf. 1 Pet 1:3-6).t is in this 38 I, 2,26 | the things that are above (cf. Col 3:1).Immersed in the 39 I, 2,27 | see the salvation of God (cf. Lk 3:6; Is 40:5). The Christian 40 I, 2,28 | Virgin Mary to themselves (cf. Jn 19:27), loving her and 41 I, 3,30 | respect to voluntary celibacy (cf. Mt 19:10-12).This call 42 I, 3,31 | received from the Spirit (cf. Rom 12:3-8).The equal dignity 43 I, 3,32 | like the angels of God (cf. Mt 22:30).The Church has 44 I, 3,33 | hearts by the Holy Spirit (cf. Rom 5:5), by reflecting 45 I, 3,34 | expectation of the Holy Spirit (cf. Acts 1:13-14). We can see 46 I, 4,36 | has promised to satisfy (cf. Mt 5:6). Consequently the 47 I, 4,36 | the goodness of the Lord (cf. Ps 34:8) in every situation. 48 I, 4,38 | to cover it with a veil (cf. Ex 34:33); in commitment, 49 I, 4,38 | blessing and to see him (cf. Gen 32:23-31). In this 50 II, 1,41 | received from the Father (cf. Mk 3:13-15). He thus inaugurated 51 II, 1,41 | to "do the will of God" (cf. Mk 3:32-35). After the 52 II, 1,41 | experience of communion (cf. Acts 2:42-47; 4:32-35). 53 II, 1,42 | another as he has loved us (cf. Jn 13:34). Love led Christ 54 II, 1,42 | without "judging" them (cf. Mt 7:1-2), and an ability 55 II, 1,42 | hearts by the Holy Spirit (cf. Rom 5:5), experience an 56 II, 1,42 | presence of the Risen Lord (cf. Mt 18:20).This comes about 57 II, 1,42 | with his Son Jesus Christ (cf. 1 Jn 1:3), a communion 58 II, 1,45 | nature and grace they had (cf. Acts 2: 42-47). Above all 59 II, 1,47 | upbuilding they must serve (cf. 1 Cor 12:4-11). Significantly, " 60 II, 1,47 | the "greatest of all" (cf. 1 Cor 13:13), as the Apostle 61 II, 2,59 | for God in Christ Jesus (cf. Rom 6:11). The cloister 62 II, 2,59 | interiorizing Gospel values (cf. Jn 13:34; Mt 5:3, 8).Even 63 II, 2,59 | or lights on a lampstand (cf. Mt 5:14-15), visibly represent 64 II, 2,59 | in glory with her Spouse (cf. Col 3:1-4)",and Christ 65 II, 2,62 | for the sign of results (cf. Mt 7:16), so that they 66 II, 3,64 | the new evangelization (cf. Mt 9:37-38). Besides promoting 67 II, 3,71 | and with all one's might" (cf. Dt 6:5), and one's neighbour 68 II, 3,71 | s neighbour as oneself (cf. Lev 19:18; Mt 22:37-39). 69 II, 3,71 | struggles of everyday life (cf. Wis 9:10).~The human and 70 II, 3,71 | Christ which urges them on (cf. 2 Cor 5:14). In practice, 71 III, 0,73 | reconciliation of humanity (cf. Col 2:20-22). To carry 72 III, 0,73 | which is contrary to him (cf. Gal 5:16-17,22; 1 Jn 4: 73 III, 1,75 | the bosom of the Father (cf. Jn 1:1), on the other hand 74 III, 1,75 | the Word who became flesh (cf. Jn 1:14), lowering himself, 75 III, 1,75 | outpouring of the Spirit (cf. Rom 5:5), the divine agape, 76 III, 1,76 | themselves to be won over by him (cf. Phil 3:12), they prepare 77 III, 1,82 | of favour from the Lord (cf. Lk 4:16-19). Taking up 78 III, 2,84 | the powerful of the world (cf. 1 Kg 18-19). In the history 79 III, 2,88 | heavens and the new earth (cf. Rev 21:1), it offers a 80 III, 2,91 | will as their daily bread (cf. Jn 4:34), as their rock, 81 III, 2,91 | shield and their fortress (cf. Ps 18:2). Thus they show 82 III, 2,92 | by his steadfast hand (cf. Acts 20:22-23).~ 83 III, 2,93 | for the sake of Christ (cf. Mt 4:18-22, 19:21,27; Lk 84 III, 2,93 | a master by his example (cf. 1 Cor 7:7) and by his teaching, 85 III, 2,93 | under the Spirit's guidance (cf. 1 Cor 7:40).We may say 86 III, 2,94 | speaks to people as friends (cf. Ex 33:11; Jn 15:14-15) 87 III, 2,94 | 15) and lives among them (cf. Bar 3:38), so that he may 88 III, 2,94 | perfect and pleasing to him (cf. Rom 12:2).~ 89 III, 3,96 | grasp of spiritual truth (cf. Eph 2:17), consecrated 90 III, 3,98 | the Truth and the Life (cf. Acts 17:27).But in addition 91 III, 4,100 | his disciples may be one (cf. Jn 17: 21-23), lives on 92 III, 4,101 | assures us of his presence (cf. Mt 18:20), the dialogue 93 III, 4,101 | brothers dwell in unity (cf. Ps 133), cordial hospitality 94 III, 4,101 | the "one thing needful" (cf. Lk 10:42) — to the worship 95 III, 4,103 | saving Incarnation of Christ (cf. 1 Jn 4:2-3), such as those 96 Conclu, 0,105| the fragrance of Christ (cf. 2 Cor 2:15). The whole 97 Conclu, 0,109| the "one thing necessary" (cf. Lk 10:42). To bear witness 98 Conclu, 0,109| you have put your trust (cf. 2 Tim 1:12): give him everything! 99 Conclu, 0,111| our Saviour Jesus Christ (cf. Tit 3:4).~


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