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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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1 Intro, 0,1 | through the many charisms of spiritual and apostolic life bestowed 2 Intro, 0,6 | pneumatophoroi), authentically spiritual men and women, capable of 3 Intro, 0,6 | praise and intercession, by spiritual counsels and works of charity. 4 Intro, 0,6 | prayer, fasting and vigils, spiritual combat and silence, Paschal 5 Intro, 0,10 | charism. They discover in the spiritual riches of the Institute 6 Intro, 0,12 | existing, but inspired by new spiritual and apostolic impulses. 7 Intro, 0,13 | for the Church needs the spiritual and apostolic contribution 8 Intro, 0,13 | encouragement to face in a spiritual and apostolic manner the 9 I, 0,14 | Transfiguration. A whole ancient spiritual tradition refers to this " 10 I, 1,19 | Mt 17:5). A significant spiritual interpretation of the Transfiguration 11 I, 1,19 | Church have called this spiritual path philokalia, or love 12 I, 1,21 | he ceaselessly raises up spiritual families and fraternal communities.~ 13 I, 1,22 | excellence and mysterious spiritual fruitfulness of virginity. 14 I, 2,28 | importance both for the spiritual life of each consecrated 15 I, 3,34 | consecrated persons express their spiritual fruitfulness by becoming 16 I, 4,36 | founding charism and subsequent spiritual heritage of each Institute. 17 I, 4,36 | both in their personal spiritual journeys and in their lives 18 I, 4,37 | midst of the material and spiritual difficulties of daily life. 19 I, 4,38 | Prayer and asceticism: spiritual combat~38. The call to holiness 20 I, 4,38 | fully its own sapiential and spiritual soul; in prayer, so that 21 I, 4,38 | monthly retreats and to spiritual exercises.~There is also 22 I, 4,38 | practices typical of the spiritual tradition of the Church 23 I, 4,38 | consequent lessening of spiritual fervour or a succumbing 24 I, 4,38 | possibility of a deeper spiritual formation might lead consecrated 25 I, 4,38 | involves the acceptance of spiritual combat. This is a demanding 26 I, 4,38 | often seen an image of this spiritual combat in Jacob's wrestling 27 I, 4,39 | sisters through valuable spiritual activities such as schools 28 I, 4,39 | such as schools of prayer, spiritual exercises and retreats, 29 I, 4,39 | retreats, days of recollection, spiritual dialogue and direction. 30 II, 1,42 | common: material goods and spiritual experiences, talents and 31 II, 1,42 | their charism and their spiritual patrimony to changing historical 32 II, 1,43 | great importance for the spiritual life and for mission. In 33 II, 1,43 | brothers and sisters in the spiritual and apostolic life.~In an 34 II, 1,43 | above all fraternal and spiritual, and while those entrusted 35 II, 1,44 | their readiness to serve as spiritual directors, confessors or 36 II, 1,45 | fundamental role in the spiritual journey of consecrated persons, 37 II, 1,48 | expression and fruit of spiritual gifts received by founders 38 II, 1,48 | discipline and to keep intact its spiritual and apostolic patrimony. 39 II, 1,48 | only be deprived of many spiritual gifts, of suitable places 40 II, 1,49 | they open themselves to spiritual and pastoral initiatives 41 II, 1,50 | led to a desire that "this spiritual experience of communion 42 II, 1,52 | Institutes~52. Fraternal spiritual relations and mutual cooperation 43 II, 1,52 | of love. Mindful of the spiritual friendship which often united 44 II, 1,52 | all need one another: the spiritual good which I do not own 45 II, 1,54 | relationship that is primarily spiritual, while for Institutes involved 46 II, 1,55 | For a renewed spiritual and apostolic dynamism~55. 47 II, 1,55 | charism, leading to a more spiritual interpretation of it and 48 II, 1,55 | be expert guides in the spiritual life, and in this perspective 49 II, 1,56 | especially in the area of spiritual renewal. Nonetheless, it 50 II, 1,57 | fully reveals her varied spiritual richness when she overcomes 51 II, 1,58 | theological, cultural and spiritual studies, much can be expected 52 II, 1,58 | Christian communities, giving spiritual support, and promoting the 53 II, 2,59 | diligent progress in the spiritual life, "is nothing other 54 II, 2,59 | Rooted in this profound spiritual aspiration, the cloister 55 II, 2,59 | cloister is the place of spiritual communion with God and with 56 II, 2,60 | integral formation: human, spiritual, theological, pastoral and 57 II, 3,64 | the whole Church. Great spiritual and material energies are 58 II, 3,64 | of suitable help, such as spiritual direction, in order to nourish 59 II, 3,65 | provide a human, cultural, spiritual and pastoral preparation 60 II, 3,65 | from the psychological and spiritual to the theological and pastoral. 61 II, 3,66 | combine the illumination of spiritual wisdom with the light shed 62 II, 3,68 | method characterized by spiritual and pedagogical wisdom, 63 II, 3,70 | bring back a higher level of spiritual and apostolic life, but 64 II, 3,70 | the gift and experience of spiritual fatherhood and motherhood. 65 II, 3,70 | discerning programme of spiritual support. The gradual withdrawal 66 II, 3,70 | physical or mental illness, spiritual aridity, deaths, difficulties 67 III, 1,77 | the right means and the spiritual exercises to know and feel 68 III, 1,80 | of sharing material and spiritual goods, of being truly international, 69 III, 2,84 | Church, for the practice of spiritual discernment and love of 70 III, 2,87 | propose, so to speak, a spiritual "therapy" for humanity, 71 III, 2,93 | decisive commitment to the spiritual life~93. One of the concerns 72 III, 2,93 | 40).We may say that the spiritual life, understood as life 73 III, 2,93 | surroundings, marked by specific spiritual emphases and choices of 74 III, 2,93 | she confirms that in its spiritual and apostolic charism are 75 III, 2,93 | according to the Gospel.The spiritual life must therefore have 76 III, 2,93 | commitment. It is precisely the spiritual quality of the consecrated 77 III, 2,94 | and perennial source of spiritual life",the writings of the 78 III, 2,94 | to make progress in the spiritual life. Indeed it would be 79 III, 2,94 | himself".s the Church's spiritual tradition teaches, meditation 80 III, 2,95 | contains the Church's entire spiritual wealth, that is, Christ 81 III, 2,95 | viaticum and source of the spiritual life for the individual 82 III, 2,95 | Confident and humble recourse to spiritual direction is of great help 83 III, 2,95 | traditions, to renew daily their spiritual union with the Blessed Virgin 84 III, 3,96 | their profound grasp of spiritual truth (cf. Eph 2:17), consecrated 85 III, 4,101 | of contemplative life the spiritual ecumenism of prayer, conversion 86 III, 4,102 | accompanied by solid faith and by spiritual and personal maturity.~ 87 III, 4,103 | offer a generous welcome and spiritual support to all those who, 88 Conclu, 0,105| preaching, discernment and wise spiritual guidance. All the faithful 89 Conclu, 0,107| accordance with the loftiest spiritual realities.I pray that you, 90 Conclu, 0,112| our Mother, who desire the spiritual and apostolic renewal of


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