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Vita Consecrata

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1 Intro, 0,4 | their vocation and their particular mission in the Church.Communion 2 Intro, 0,7 | Bishop, these women acquire a particular link with the Church, which 3 Intro, 0,11 | pursue, each in its own particular way, a specific apostolic 4 Intro, 0,13 | and consecrated persons in particular, will receive this Exhortation 5 I, 0,14 | vocation and in virtue of a particular gift of the Spirit. For 6 I, 0,15 | consequently they can echo in a particular way the ecstatic words spoken 7 I, 1,19 | in accordance with their particular state of life, and inspires 8 I, 1,21 | consecrated person lives with particular intensity the Trinitarian 9 I, 2,23 | Spirit, all gifts, and in particular the gift of the consecrated 10 I, 2,25 | poverty and membership in a particular Religious family, I join 11 I, 3,30 | counsels thus presupposes a particular gift of God not given to 12 I, 3,30 | Sacrament of Holy Orders finds a particular fruitfulness in this consecration, 13 I, 3,31 | paradigmatic, inasmuch as all particular vocations, considered separately 14 I, 3,31 | consecration, with a view to a particular mission.For the mission 15 I, 3,32 | While the lay life has a particular mission of ensuring that 16 I, 3,33 | of the Beatitudes~33. A particular duty of the consecrated 17 I, 3,34 | In the consecrated life, particular importance attaches to the 18 I, 3,34 | consecrated life, has a particular meaning for women, who find 19 I, 3,34 | love is the source of a particular fruitfulness which fosters 20 I, 4,35 | evangelical life, and the particular commitment made by those 21 I, 4,36 | consecrated life which merit particular emphasis today.~In the first 22 II, 1,42 | relationship of communion with the particular and universal Church. The 23 II, 1,42 | similar meetings), whether particular or general, at which Institutes 24 II, 1,47 | precisely, is the scope of the particular bond of communion which 25 II, 1,47 | cooperation between the particular Churches,since they can 26 II, 1,48 | consecrated life and the particular Church~48. Again, a significant 27 II, 1,48 | consecrated persons within the particular Churches. On the basis of 28 II, 1,48 | and mystery, and on the particular Churches as portions of 29 II, 1,48 | building up of charity in the particular Churches.~The various ways 30 II, 1,48 | Institute is bound up with a particular spirituality and apostolate, 31 II, 1,48 | Diocese. They should have a particular concern for Institutes of 32 II, 1,48 | the Spirit awakens in the particular Churches, by welcoming it 33 II, 1,49 | father and pastor of the particular Church in its entirety. 34 II, 1,49 | cooperate generously with the particular Churches as much as they 35 II, 1,49 | with their service to the particular Churches, Institutes may 36 II, 1,50 | attention to the theology of the particular Church and to the spirituality 37 II, 1,51 | of consecrated life the particular task of spreading the spirituality 38 II, 1,51 | detract from the richness of particular gifts, nor will the affirmation 39 II, 1,51 | will the affirmation of a particular gift conflict with other 40 II, 1,53 | advancement of the mission of the particular Churches.~ 41 II, 1,56 | s community life and its particular dedication to contemplation 42 II, 1,56 | identity and respectful of the particular character of the consecrated 43 II, 2,59 | benefits of creation. This particular way of offering up the " 44 II, 2,59 | life according to their particular charism. Thanks to their 45 II, 2,60 | not adequately express the particular nature of the vocation of 46 II, 2,62 | celibates, all of whom pursue a particular style of life. These communities 47 II, 2,62 | intends to underestimate this particular path of holiness, from which 48 II, 3,63 | of both the universal and particular Church, to show concern 49 II, 3,64 | overall pastoral plan of every particular Church. In every Diocese 50 II, 3,68 | contemplative life and its particular mission in the Church.~The 51 II, 3,68 | programme inspired by their particular charism, presenting clearly 52 II, 3,70 | a new task to fulfil, a particular way of being, of serving 53 III, 0,74 | encounter and dialogue. In particular, effective communion among 54 III, 1,75 | by service directed in particular to the poorest and neediest. 55 III, 2,87 | and consecrated persons in particular, to clarify and testify 56 III, 2,91 | wish to acknowledge by this particular vow. By obedience they intend 57 III, 2,92 | in community is thus the particular sign, before the Church 58 III, 2,93 | consecrated life the aspect of a particular covenant with God, indeed 59 III, 2,94 | proper to each person's particular gifts, to setting up schools 60 III, 2,94 | the mysteries of Christ in particular, gives rise to fervour in 61 III, 3,96 | special consecration, their particular experience of the gifts 62 III, 3,97 | of Secular Institutes in particular, because of their specific 63 III, 3,98 | attention to those who face the particular difficulties of intellectual 64 III, 4,102 | more profound exchanges.A particular field for successful common 65 Conclu, 0,104| even without assuming the particular commitments of the consecrated 66 Conclu, 0,109| works and words is the particular mission of the consecrated


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