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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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communion

   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,2 | desire for an ever fuller communion between Christians, "that 2 Intro, 0,4 | profound reality of ecclesial communion, in which all gifts converge 3 Intro, 0,4 | particular mission in the Church.Communion in the Church is not uniformity, 4 Intro, 0,6 | possessions, lived in the holy communion of the monastery or in the 5 Intro, 0,6 | to be eloquent signs of communion, welcoming abodes for those 6 Intro, 0,8 | prayer, mortification and the communion of fraternal love, they 7 Intro, 0,9 | through prayer a profound communion of mind with him (cf. Phil 8 Intro, 0,10| enabled to be a leaven of communion and apostolic generosity 9 Intro, 0,13| aspects of consecration, communion and mission. I also hope 10 I, 0,14 | Trinitarian life and of the communion of saints, and as it were 11 I, 0,15 | the grace of this special communion of love with Christ feel 12 I, 3,30 | offering of themselves, in communion with Christ who offers himself 13 I, 3,31 | the Church as an organic communion in the diversity of vocations, 14 I, 3,32 | the sphere of ecclesial communion an indispensable ministry 15 I, 3,32 | the service of ecclesial communion, which is an organic communion, 16 I, 3,32 | communion, which is an organic communion, hierarchically structured. 17 I, 4,36 | fostering an intimate and joyful communion of life with him, in the 18 I, 4,36 | journeys and in their lives of communion and apostolic work, in order 19 II | CONSECRATED LIFE AS A SIGN ~OF COMMUNION IN THE CHURCH~ 20 II, 1,41 | a concrete experience of communion (cf. Acts 2:42-47; 4:32- 21 II, 1,41 | essentially a mystery of communion, "a people made one with 22 II, 1,41 | in history the gifts of communion proper to the three divine 23 II, 1,41 | ways in which fraternal communion is expressed in the life 24 II, 1,41 | sharing in the Trinitarian communion can change human relationships 25 II, 1,41 | the beauty of fraternal communion and of the ways which actually 26 II, 1,42 | eloquent sign of ecclesial communion. It is practised with special 27 II, 1,42 | the dimension of fraternal communion alien to Secular Institutes, 28 II, 1,42 | withdraw from ecclesial communion but serve that communion 29 II, 1,42 | communion but serve that communion by their specific charism 30 II, 1,42 | special relationship of communion with the particular and 31 II, 1,42 | specific mission, fraternal communion is a God-enlightened space 32 II, 1,42 | soul to the experience of communion with the Father and with 33 II, 1,42 | Christ (cf. 1 Jn 1:3), a communion which is the source of fraternal 34 II, 1,43 | strengthening fraternal communion and in order not to render 35 II, 1,45 | each person's commitment to communion is strengthened. The nature 36 II, 1,46 | teaching about the Church as communion, so strongly proposed by 37 II, 1,46 | asked to be true experts of communion and to practise the spirituality 38 II, 1,46 | The sense of ecclesial communion, developing into a spirituality 39 II, 1,46 | developing into a spirituality of communion, promotes a way of thinking, 40 II, 1,46 | and extension. The life of communion in fact "becomes a sign 41 II, 1,46 | in Christ ... In this way communion leads to mission, and itself 42 II, 1,46 | becomes mission"; indeed, "communion begets communion: in essence 43 II, 1,46 | indeed, "communion begets communion: in essence it is a communion 44 II, 1,46 | communion: in essence it is a communion that is missionary". In 45 II, 1,46 | representative of the full ecclesial communion which the Saints, founders 46 II, 1,46 | distinctive aspect of ecclesial communion is allegiance of mind and 47 II, 1,47 | called to be a leaven of communion at the service of the mission 48 II, 1,47 | of the particular bond of communion which the different Institutes 49 II, 1,47 | maintained strong bonds of communion with the Successors of Peter, 50 II, 1,47 | character of universality and communion proper to Institutes of 51 II, 1,48 | teaching on the Church as communion and mystery, and on the 52 II, 1,49 | Fruitful and ordered ecclesial communion~49. The Bishop is the father 53 II, 1,49 | consecrated persons, so that, in communion with the Church, they open 54 II, 1,49 | charism, working in full communion with the Bishop in the areas 55 II, 1,49 | with the demands of organic communion called for by a healthy 56 II, 1,49 | to build up the organic communioncharismatic and at the 57 II, 1,50 | interventions on the doctrine of communion, but great satisfaction 58 II, 1,50 | spiritual experience of communion and cooperation be extended 59 II, 1,50 | understanding and spirituality of communion.~ 60 II, 1,51 | spreading the spirituality of communion, first of all in their internal 61 II, 1,51 | always possible and that communion can bring differences into 62 II, 1,51 | prayer, the wellspring of communion, is called to become a pattern 63 II, 1,51 | witness to the sense of communion between peoples, races and 64 II, 1,52 | Communion among different Institutes~ 65 II, 1,52 | by the sense of ecclesial communion. Those who are united by 66 II, 1,53 | significant contribution to communion can be made by the Conferences 67 II, 1,53 | Institutes express the communion which unites them, and they 68 II, 1,53 | means to reinforce that communion, with respect and esteem 69 II, 1,53 | In the perspective of a communion open to the challenges of 70 II, 1,53 | Life, as a sign of their communion with the Holy See. An active 71 II, 1,53 | promote coordination and communion will prove to be particularly 72 II, 1,53 | not only to the growth of communion between Institutes of Consecrated 73 II, 1,54 | Communion and cooperation with the 74 II, 1,54 | teaching on the Church as communion has been the growing awareness 75 II, 1,55 | These new experiences of communion and cooperation should be 76 II, 2,59 | is the place of spiritual communion with God and with the brethren, 77 II, 2,62 | Spirit, who is the source of communion and unceasing newness of 78 II, 3,66 | their task in a spirit of communion with the whole Church, is 79 III, 0,73 | discernment safeguards full communion with the Church. In this 80 III, 0,74 | Everything must be done in communion and dialogue with all other 81 III, 0,74 | In particular, effective communion among those graced with 82 III, 0,74 | come together in ecclesial communion in a more convinced manner, 83 III, 0,74 | example of how we can link communion with the Father to an intensely 84 III, 1,79 | integrity and ecclesial communion.Supported by the charism 85 III, 1,81 | to the founding charism, communion with all those who in the 86 III, 1,83 | offer their sufferings in communion with Christ, crucified and 87 III, 2,84 | self-giving, for unfailing communion in the Church, for the practice 88 III, 2,92 | service of discernment and communion.Life in community is thus 89 III, 2,93 | by him to Christ, in full communion of love and service in the 90 III, 2,95 | In communion with Christ~95. An indispensable 91 III, 2,95 | of effectively sustaining communion with Christ is assuredly 92 III, 2,95 | establish an ever more profound communion with him by sharing daily 93 III, 4,100 | counsels, as in the Anglican Communion and in the Communities of


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