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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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holiness

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1 Intro, 0,3 | intimate part of her life, her holiness and her mission.The present 2 Intro, 0,11 | produced many fruits of holiness and of the apostolate, especially 3 I, 1,21 | Holy Trinity, the source of holiness. They are in fact an expression 4 I, 1,22 | Father, the source of all holiness, the ultimate origin of 5 I, 3,29 | belongs to the life and holiness of the Church.This means 6 I, 3,30 | possessions: for all are called to holiness, which consists in the perfection 7 I, 3,30 | possibilities and fruits of holiness and apostolic work. This 8 I, 3,31 | dignity; all are called to holiness; all cooperate in the building 9 I, 3,32 | showing forth the Church's holiness, it is to be recognized 10 I, 3,33 | the need to respond with holiness of life to the love of God 11 I, 3,33 | necessary to pass from the holiness communicated in the sacraments 12 I, 3,33 | in the sacraments to the holiness of daily life. The consecrated 13 I, 4 | GUIDED BY THE SPIRIT OF HOLINESS~ 14 I, 4,35 | transfigured" life: the call to holiness~35. "When the disciples 15 I, 4,35 | with a pressing call to "holiness".~All the sons and daughters 16 I, 4,35 | need for conversion and holiness. But, as the Synod emphasized, 17 I, 4,35 | counsels a special path to holiness. The very expressions used 18 I, 4,35 | the school of love and holiness, the way or state of perfection — 19 I, 4,35 | eloquent testimonies of holiness and have undertaken particularly 20 I, 4,36 | concerning the growth of holiness in the consecrated life 21 I, 4,37 | initiative, creativity and holiness of their founders and foundresses 22 I, 4,37 | perseverance on the path of holiness in the midst of the material 23 I, 4,38 | spiritual combat~38. The call to holiness is accepted and can be cultivated 24 I, 4,38 | to authentic progress in holiness. Asceticism, by helping 25 I, 4,38 | of the Gospel.The path to holiness thus involves the acceptance 26 I, 4,39 | Fostering holiness~39. Today a renewed commitment 27 I, 4,39 | a renewed commitment to holiness by consecrated persons is 28 I, 4,39 | faithful a true longing for holiness, a deep desire for conversion 29 I, 4,39 | divine Absolute and called to holiness. It is to this holiness 30 I, 4,39 | holiness. It is to this holiness that they bear witness". 31 II, 1,55 | Moved by the examples of holiness of the consecrated members, 32 II, 2,62 | this particular path of holiness, from which the action of 33 II, 2,62 | world with many forms of holiness and service, as "a kind 34 III, 2,84 | a burning desire for the holiness of God and, having heard 35 III, 2,86 | officially recognized the holiness of some of these men and 36 III, 2,87 | evangelical counsels seek holiness for themselves, they propose, 37 III, 2,93 | martyrdom. To tend towards holiness: this is in summary the 38 III, 2,95 | themselves resolutely towards holiness.Finally, I exhort all consecrated 39 III, 3,96 | sought and continue to seek holiness through their involvement 40 III, 3,96 | the same time proposing holiness as the goal of education. 41 Conclu, 0,106| of the great movements of holiness which renowned saints have 42 Conclu, 0,106| if he invites you to seek holiness in the consecrated life. 43 Conclu, 0,109| world but also called to holiness, need to discover in you


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