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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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charism

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1 Intro, 0,9 | accordance with a specific charism and in a stable form of 2 Intro, 0,10 | accordance with a specific charism. They discover in the spiritual 3 I, 3,30 | dimension of its proper charism. In the priest, in fact, 4 I, 4,36 | Faithfulness to the charism~36. In Christian discipleship 5 I, 4,36 | fidelity to the founding charism and subsequent spiritual 6 I, 4,36 | practice.Fundamental to every charism is a threefold orientation. 7 I, 4,36 | Mt 5:6). Consequently the charism of each Institute will lead 8 I, 4,36 | his Kingdom.Finally, every charism leads to the Holy Spirit, 9 I, 4,36 | emerges in every founding charism, though with the specific 10 I, 4,36 | This is so because in every charism there predominates "a profound 11 I, 4,37 | accordance with a specific charism confirmed by the Church. 12 II, 1,42 | communion by their specific charism of contemplation. Consecrated 13 II, 1,42 | preserve and adapt their charism and their spiritual patrimony 14 II, 1,45 | strengthened. The nature of the charism in communities of this kind 15 II, 1,49 | will therefore welcome the charism of the consecrated life 16 II, 1,49 | faithful to their founding charism. For their part, consecrated 17 II, 1,49 | with respect for their own charism, working in full communion 18 II, 1,54 | the conclusion that their charism can be shared with the laity. 19 II, 1,55 | into certain aspects of the charism, leading to a more spiritual 20 II, 1,56 | movements does not endanger the charism or discipline of the Institute 21 II, 2,59 | according to their particular charism. Thanks to their example, 22 II, 2,60 | accordance with their specific charism.For this reason the Synod 23 II, 2,60 | ministry is constitutive of the charism itself and determines its 24 II, 2,61 | understanding of their founding charism whether it is appropriate 25 II, 2,62 | faithfulness to the founding charism, or by giving new charisms 26 II, 2,62 | the authenticity of the charism.In a special way, Bishops 27 II, 3,63 | significance of an Institute's own charism, to foster community life, 28 II, 3,65 | their commitment to the charism and mission of their Institute. 29 II, 3,66 | Christ and the value of the charism by which this is accomplished. 30 II, 3,68 | inspired by their particular charism, presenting clearly and 31 II, 3,68 | through the witness of their charism.~ 32 II, 3,70 | light of the Gospel and the charism of their Institute, to renew 33 II, 3,71 | different areas to which each charism is directed. Consecrated 34 II, 3,71 | in the dimension of the charism proper to each Institute, 35 II, 3,71 | communal assimilation of its charism.~ 36 III, 0,72 | origin of every vocation and charism, consecrated life itself 37 III, 0,72 | Institute. When the founding charism provides for pastoral activities, 38 III, 0,73 | consistent with the original charism and which correspond to 39 III, 0,73 | determined by the founding charism. Clearly, their dedication 40 III, 1,77 | remaining ever faithful to their charism they must know that they 41 III, 1,79 | communion.Supported by the charism of their founders and foundresses, 42 III, 1,79 | with the help of their own charism.However, it should not be 43 III, 1,80 | Gospel according to the charism of their Institute and the 44 III, 1,80 | consistent with the founding charism and with the unifying action 45 III, 1,81 | fidelity to the founding charism, communion with all those 46 III, 1,82 | Institute, according to its charism, this involves adopting 47 III, 1,83 | health care, according to the charism of their respective Institutes. 48 III, 1,83 | to this ministry by the charism of their Institute should 49 III, 1,83 | own through the specific charism of the Cross, by means of 50 III, 2,93 | spiritual and apostolic charism are found all the objective 51 III, 2,94 | vocation and in discerning the charism and mission of their Institutes.~ 52 III, 3,96 | educators.~Equipped with this charism, consecrated persons can 53 III, 3,97 | faithful to their founding charism and to their traditions, 54 III, 3,99 | who have the institutional charism of working in this field, 55 III, 4,102 | accordance with its own charism and following the directives 56 Conclu, 0,109| press on in fidelity to the charism of their call and mission.~


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