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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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institute

   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,10 | being incardinated in the Institute, consecrate themselves to 2 Intro, 0,10 | spiritual riches of the Institute to which they belong great 3 I, 2,25 | with the norms of their Institute, may also dress in a simple 4 I, 3,30 | specific spirituality of his Institute and the apostolic dimension 5 I, 4,36 | spiritual heritage of each Institute. It is precisely in this 6 I, 4,36 | Consequently the charism of each Institute will lead the consecrated 7 I, 4,36 | authentic tradition of the Institute, as present in its Rule, 8 I, 4,37 | to remain faithful to an Institute's original inspiration.In 9 I, 4,37 | pressing need today for every Institute to return to the Rule, since 10 I, 4,37 | without departing from an Institute's initial inspiration.~ 11 I, 4,38 | of the individual's own Institute. These have been and continue 12 II, 1,45 | with the nature of each Institute, so that every community 13 II, 1,48 | growth".The identity of each Institute is bound up with a particular 14 II, 1,48 | traditions.onsequently, each Institute is recognized as having 15 II, 1,49 | not restricted to any one Institute, but which benefits the 16 II, 1,52 | the character of their own Institute, are called to practise 17 II, 1,53 | the best members of each Institute and to offer services which 18 II, 1,55 | beyond the confines of the Institute, which will then be in a 19 II, 1,55 | services typical of the Institute. Another positive consequence 20 II, 1,55 | the laity in view of the Institute's mission. Moved by the 21 II, 1,56 | certain period of time the Institute's community life and its 22 II, 1,56 | that the identity of the Institute in its internal life is 23 II, 1,56 | considered the work of a specific Institute, must promote the ends of 24 II, 1,56 | promote the ends of that Institute and be carried out under 25 II, 1,56 | special directives in each Institute, to be approved by higher 26 II, 1,56 | responsibilities of the Institute itself, of its communities, 27 II, 1,56 | the common life or of the Institute's spirituality. It is therefore 28 II, 1,56 | charism or discipline of the Institute of origin,and that all is 29 II, 2,60 | special way the nature of the Institute itself.The vocation of Brothers 30 II, 2,60 | form of participation in an Institute's mission, through services 31 II, 3,63 | safeguard the significance of an Institute's own charism, to foster 32 II, 3,63 | historical destiny of a specific Institute or form of consecrated life 33 II, 3,64 | vocational activity of each Institute.he effective cooperation 34 II, 3,65 | charism and mission of their Institute.For formation to be complete, 35 II, 3,68 | spirituality of the respective Institute. The ratio responds to a 36 II, 3,68 | shows how to pass on the Institute's spirit so that it will 37 II, 3,69 | very important for every Institute to provide, as part of its 38 II, 3,70 | and the charism of their Institute, to renew their original 39 II, 3,71 | original inspiration of their Institute. Under the action of the 40 II, 3,71 | the charism proper to each Institute, as it were in a synthesis 41 II, 3,71 | history and mission of the Institute to which he or she belongs, 42 III, 0,72 | mission is essential to every Institute, not only those dedicated 43 III, 0,72 | with the ideal of their Institute. When the founding charism 44 III, 0,72 | their involvement in the Institute's specific mission.~ 45 III, 1,78 | 14): the members of every Institute should be able to repeat 46 III, 1,80 | to the charism of their Institute and the character of the 47 III, 1,80 | enrichment to the whole Institute, provided that they are 48 III, 1,81 | Holy Spirit makes to each Institute, whether in areas where 49 III, 1,82 | cause of the poor. For each Institute, according to its charism, 50 III, 1,83 | by the charism of their Institute should persevere in their 51 III, 2,92 | unites the members of an Institute in the same witness and 52 III, 2,93 | of consecrated life or an Institute, she confirms that in its 53 III, 2,93 | in such a way that every Institute and community will be a 54 III, 2,95 | the individual and for the Institute. By means of the Eucharist 55 III, 2,95 | according to the nature of each Institute, expresses the call proper 56 III, 3,96 | the establishment of their Institute, and their profound grasp 57 III, 4,101 | concrete action. Indeed, no Institute of Consecrated Life should 58 Conclu, 0,110| Christ, the Church, to your Institute and to the men and women


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