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Vita Consecrata

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   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,1 | Lord, is a gift of God the Father to his Church through the 2 Intro, 0,1 | women who, obedient to the Father's call and to the prompting 3 Intro, 0,9 | excellence, the One sent by the Father. In every age consecrated 4 I, 0,14 | always the initiative of the Father, has an essential Christological 5 I, 0,16 | caught up in ecstasy hear the Father's call to listen to Christ, 6 I, 0,16 | of loving him "more than father or mother, more than son 7 I, 0,16 | Son who is one with the Father (cf. Jn 10:30, 14:11). By 8 I, 0,16 | receives everything from the Father, and gives everything back 9 I, 0,16 | gives everything back to the Father in love (cf. Jn 17:7, 10). 10 I, 0,16 | only in the will of the Father (cf. Jn 4:34), to whom he 11 I, 0,16 | the sublime beauty of God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and 12 I, 1,17 | persons first of all the Father, the Creator and Giver of 13 I, 1,17 | initiative coming wholly from the Father (cf. Jn 15:16), who asks 14 I, 1,18 | the way which leads to the Father (cf. Jn 14:6), calls all 15 I, 1,18 | calls all those whom the Father has given to him (cf. Jn 16 I, 1,18 | and the reflection of the Father's glory (cf. Heb 1:3), we 17 I, 1,18 | Only-Begotten Son with the Father and with the Holy Spirit. 18 I, 1,19 | humanity those whom the Father has called, puts them at 19 I, 1,20 | life proclaims what the Father, through the Son and in 20 I, 1,21 | love of the Son for the Father in the unity of the Holy 21 I, 1,21 | whose food was to do the Father's will (cf. Jn 4:34), shows 22 I, 1,21 | inspiration; love for the Father, the first origin and supreme 23 I, 1,21 | Trinity. It proclaims the Father, who desires to make all 24 I, 1,22 | One and missionary of the Father for the sake of his Kingdom, 25 I, 1,22 | in the initiative of the Father, the source of all holiness, 26 I, 1,22 | 10:38), the One "whom the Father consecrated and sent into 27 I, 1,22 | his consecration by the Father, the Son in turn consecrates 28 I, 1,22 | consecrates himself to the Father for the sake of humanity ( 29 I, 1,22 | filial acceptance of the Father's plan (cf. Jn 10:30; 14: 30 I, 1,22 | acting in the hands of the Father (cf. Lk 2:49). In filial 31 I, 1,22 | of submissiveness to the Father, Christ lives his life as 32 I, 1,22 | His full acceptance of the Father's plan is also seen in his 33 I, 1,22 | of all that is his to the Father.The consecrated life truly 34 I, 1,22 | Word in relation to the Father and in relation to the brethren. 35 I, 2,23 | his virginal love for the Father and for all mankind will 36 I, 2,24 | lives by the love of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. In 37 I, 2,25 | completely devoted to the Father (cf. Lk 2:49; Jn 4:34), 38 I, 2,25 | peace which comes from the Father, the dedication witnessed 39 I, 2,28 | model of consecration to the Father, union with the Son and 40 I, 3,30 | who offers himself to the Father for the salvation of the 41 I, 4,36 | First, charisms lead to the Father, in the filial desire to 42 II, 1,41 | to his example, for the Father and for the mission which 43 II, 1,41 | he had received from the Father (cf. Mk 3:13-15). He thus 44 II, 1,41 | one with the unity of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit". 45 II, 1,42 | experience of communion with the Father and with his Son Jesus Christ ( 46 II, 1,49 | communion~49. The Bishop is the father and pastor of the particular 47 II, 1,52 | in the one house of the Father, which has many rooms. Now 48 II, 2,59 | aspect of thanksgiving to the Father, by sharing in the thanksgiving 49 II, 2,59 | the Kingdom to God the Father after destroying every rule 50 II, 3,65 | attitude of Christ towards the Father.If this is the purpose of 51 II, 3,66 | for formation~66. God the Father, through the unceasing gift 52 II, 3,66 | sharing in the work of the Father who, through the Spirit, 53 II, 3,70 | Crucified Christ who fulfils the Father's will in all things and 54 II, 3,70 | abandons himself into the Father's hands, even to the surrendering 55 II, 3,70 | consecrated person knows that the Father is now bringing to completion 56 II, 3,70 | means of being formed by the Father's hands, and as a struggle 57 III, 0,72 | the beloved Son "whom the Father consecrated and sent into 58 III, 0,72 | consecrated to the glory of the Father and sent into the world 59 III, 0,74 | link communion with the Father to an intensely active life. 60 III, 1,75 | Word in the bosom of the Father (cf. Jn 1:1), on the other 61 III, 1,76 | the One consecrated by the Father, sent in mission.Allowing 62 III, 1,77 | Those who love God, the Father of all, cannot fail to love 63 III, 1,82 | at the right hand of the Father, and yet, here on earth, 64 III, 2,91 | obedience of Christ to the Father and, taking this mystery 65 III, 2,91 | path of obedience to the Father's will, and the mystery 66 III, 2,91 | of being children of the Father, as a result of which they 67 III, 2,91 | which they wish to take the Father's will as their daily bread ( 68 III, 2,92 | Carrying out together the Father's will~92. This testimony 69 III, 2,92 | in order to discover the Father's will. At the same time, 70 III, 2,95 | offering their own lives to the Father through the Holy Spirit. 71 III, 4,100 | Christ's prayer to the Father before his Passion, that 72 III, 4,101 | actions pleasing to our common Father, which show the will to 73 III, 4,101 | willed and asked of the Father for all his disciples.~ 74 Conclu, 0,110| sisters, together with the Father and the Holy Spirit.~ 75 Conclu, 0,111| goodness and your beauty.~Father Most Holy, sanctify the 76 Conclu, 0,112| who did the will of the Father, ever ready in obedience, 77 Conclu, 0,112| Lord of all things, who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit.~Given


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