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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,1 | Spirit, have chosen this special way of following Christ, 2 Intro, 0,2 | dedicate themselves to God by a special consecration.The Synod was 3 Intro, 0,7 | others, they constitute a special eschatological image of 4 Intro, 0,11 | Life~11. Also worthy of special mention are Societies of 5 I, 0,14 | life is to be sought in the special relationship which Jesus, 6 I, 0,14 | possible only on the basis of a special vocation and in virtue of 7 I, 0,14 | the Kingdom of Heaven.This special way of "following Christ", 8 I, 0,14 | light on the meaning of this special vocation. But for an overall 9 I, 0,15 | consecrated life have a special experience of the light 10 I, 0,15 | given the grace of this special communion of love with Christ 11 I, 0,16 | him. It is precisely this special grace of intimacy which, 12 I, 0,16 | consecrated life brings about in a special way that confessio Trinitatis 13 I, 1,17 | himself (cf. Jn 6:44) with a special love and for a special mission. " 14 I, 1,17 | a special love and for a special mission. "This is my beloved 15 I, 1,19 | prolongation in history of a special presence of the Risen Lord. 16 I, 1,19 | inspires them to undertake special tasks in response to the 17 I, 2,28 | experiencing in return her special motherly love. The Blessed 18 I, 3,30 | New and special consecration~30. In the 19 I, 3,30 | profession is considered to be a special and fruitful deepening of 20 I, 3,30 | consecration, however, differs in a special way from baptismal consecration, 21 I, 3,30 | Confirmation by virtue of a special gift of the Spirit which 22 I, 3,31 | counsels, receive a new and special consecration which, without 23 I, 3,31 | consecrated men and women, special conformity to Christ, chaste, 24 I, 3,32 | The special value of the consecrated 25 I, 3,32 | in Holy Orders, and in a special way by Bishops. The latter 26 I, 3,32 | to contemplation are in a special way an image of Christ praying 27 I, 3,32 | Institutes contribute in a special way to the coming of the 28 I, 3,34 | as it were discover the special genius of their relationship 29 I, 4,35 | must be conscious of their special mission in today's Church, 30 I, 4,35 | the evangelical counsels a special path to holiness. The very 31 II, 1,42 | communion. It is practised with special care in Religious Institutes 32 II, 1,42 | community living acquires special significance.Nor is the 33 II, 1,42 | their consecration in a special relationship of communion 34 II, 1,42 | by prayer for unity, the special gift of the Spirit to those 35 II, 1,42 | inspiration.In this perspective, special importance attaches to Chapters ( 36 II, 1,46 | consecrated persons have a special place in the Church, their 37 II, 1,46 | generally distinguished by special forms of cooperation with 38 II, 1,47 | character, grounded in their special relation to the Petrine 39 II, 1,48 | which are entrusted to the special care of the local Bishop. 40 II, 1,49 | the different Institutes. Special attention by Bishops to 41 II, 1,56 | examined and regulated by special directives in each Institute, 42 II, 1,57 | women are called in a very special way to be signs of God's 43 II, 1,57 | the human race and to be special witnesses to the mystery 44 II, 2,59 | and the cloister deserve special attention because of the 45 II, 2,59 | cloistered nuns, devoted in a special way to prayer, to asceticism 46 II, 2,60 | the Church".By living in a special way this aspect of Christian 47 II, 2,60 | that office reflects in a special way the nature of the Institute 48 II, 2,61 | stem from Holy Orders.A special Commission has been established 49 II, 2,62 | authenticity of the charism.In a special way, Bishops are required 50 II, 3,65 | The Synod Assembly paid special attention to the formation 51 II, 3,65 | pastoral preparation which pays special attention to the harmonious 52 II, 3,70 | also at discovering the special characteristics of this 53 II, 3,71 | presentday circumstances, special importance must be given 54 II, 3,71 | involve continual updating and special interest in the different 55 II, 3,71 | constant deepening of one's own special consecration in all its 56 III, 0,72 | of every disciple. In a special way, however, it is true 57 III, 1,75 | certainly the one which in a special way shows the world this 58 III, 1,77 | must know that they have a special share in the Church's missionary 59 III, 1,78 | members of Secular Institutes special and extraordinary opportunities 60 III, 1,78 | Consecrated Life giving special help to poorer Dioceses.~ 61 III, 1,82 | integral salvation. But with special attention, in a true "preferential 62 III, 1,82 | feel involved in a very special way. The sincerity of their 63 III, 1,83 | compassion. They should give a special place in their ministry 64 III, 2,84 | It takes the shape of a special form of sharing in Christ' 65 III, 2,84 | consecrated to God who, through a special gift of the Holy Spirit, 66 III, 2,92 | of consecration takes on special meaning in religious life 67 III, 2,94 | Consecrated Life, and in a special way in monasticism, what 68 III, 2,94 | the New Testament deserve special veneration, especially the 69 III, 3,96 | history. Because of their special consecration, their particular 70 III, 3,97 | love for the poor finds a special application in the choice 71 III, 4,100 | Apostolic Life certainly have a special duty to foster this commitment. 72 III, 4,101 | the first millennium.In a special way, I entrust to the monasteries 73 III, 4,101 | life according to their special charisms — will inspire 74 Conclu, 0,109| you in the future: in a special way young consecrated persons, 75 Conclu, 0,109| forget that you, in a very special way, can and must say that


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