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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,2| of evangelization in the different parts of the world, where 2 Intro, 0,5| gratitude to the Spirit the many different forms of consecrated life 3 Intro, 0,8| reason to hope that the different forms of contemplative life 4 Intro, 0,9| the sake of carrying out different forms of apostolic service 5 Intro, 0,9| God. Thus there arose the different families of Canons Regular, 6 Intro, 0,9| activity and to the many different works inspired by Christian 7 I, 0,16 | and in accordance with the different charisms.By professing the 8 I, 1,19 | various Institutes. Hence many different forms of the consecrated 9 I, 2,24 | consecrated life~24. In the different forms of life inspired by 10 I, 3,31 | Relationships between the different states of Christian life~ 11 I, 3,31 | of Christian life~31. The different ways of life which, in accordance 12 I, 3,31 | disciples. Although these different categories are a manifestation 13 I, 3,32 | consecrated life, there are many different but complementary paths. 14 I, 3,33 | and the Church in its many different dimensions. By virtue of 15 I, 3,34 | response through all the different forms of Christian service.~ 16 I, 4,37 | be, to new situations and different needs, in complete openness 17 II, 1,47 | bond of communion which the different Institutes of Consecrated 18 II, 1,47 | Catholic unity the needs of different peoples and cultures.~ 19 II, 1,49 | Bishops and Superiors of the different Institutes. Special attention 20 II, 1,51 | they are within the world's different societiessocieties frequently 21 II, 1,51 | consecrated life, where persons of different ages, languages and cultures 22 II, 1,52 | Communion among different Institutes~52. Fraternal 23 II, 1,52 | mutual cooperation among different Institutes of Consecrated 24 II, 1,53 | the uniqueness of their different charisms, which reflect 25 II, 1,57 | the position of women in different sectors of society and of 26 II, 1,58 | women to participate in different fields and at all levels, 27 II, 1,58 | will be expressed in many different works, such as involvement 28 II, 2,60 | clerical" Institutes is different, since, according to the 29 II, 2,60 | of Brothers constitutes a different form of participation in 30 II, 2,61 | themselves, have acquired a different form with the passing of 31 II, 2,62 | life~62. The Spirit, who at different times has inspired numerous 32 II, 2,62 | evangelical life also takes on different forms, while, as a general 33 II, 2,62 | this way the vigour of the different forms of consecrated life, 34 II, 3,68 | by future generations, in different cultures and geographical 35 II, 3,68 | live that spirit in the different stages of life on the way 36 II, 3,70 | that, independently of the different stages of life, any period 37 II, 3,71 | special interest in the different areas to which each charism 38 III, 0,74 | among those graced with different charisms will ensure both 39 III, 1,78 | offers ample room for all the different forms of the consecrated 40 III, 1,79 | values discovered in the different civilizations can in fact 41 III, 1,80 | lives of many Saints who in different periods of history were 42 III, 2,84 | listening to his word in the different circumstances of history. 43 III, 2,89 | poverty, which can be lived in different ways and is often expressed 44 III, 2,93 | which take shape in the different forms of the consecrated 45 III, 3,98 | suited to the needs of the different social groups and various 46 III, 4,101| Christian communities of different confessions live side by 47 III, 4,102| cooperation with men and women of different religious traditions is 48 III, 4,103| heart and has led to the different forms of asceticism and


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