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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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commitment

   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,6 | work in the evangelical commitment to conversion of life, obedience 2 Intro, 0,11 | many of them an explicit commitment to the evangelical counsels 3 I, 0,16 | Christ in an all-encompassing commitment which foreshadows the eschatological 4 I, 1,18 | consecrated life, he asks a total commitment, one which involves leaving 5 I, 2,26 | to desire, anticipation, commitment and witness. In the early 6 I, 2,27 | Active expectation: commitment and watchfulness~27. "Come, 7 I, 3,32 | Christian living, their commitment to ordering temporal affairs 8 I, 4,35 | life, and the particular commitment made by those who embrace 9 I, 4,38 | veil (cf. Ex 34:33); in commitment, so that we will refuse 10 I, 4,39 | holiness~39. Today a renewed commitment to holiness by consecrated 11 II, 1,45 | forgiveness, and each person's commitment to communion is strengthened. 12 II, 1,52 | who are united by a common commitment to the following of Christ 13 II, 2,62 | already existing Institutes a commitment to renewed faithfulness 14 II, 2,62 | of modern society. Their commitment to the evangelical life 15 II, 2,62 | praise are those forms of commitment which some Christian married 16 II, 2,62 | discernment, these forms of commitment cannot be included in the 17 II, 3,63 | individual is not success, but commitment to faithfulness. What must 18 II, 3,64 | undoubtedly depend on the faithful commitment with which consecrated persons 19 II, 3,64 | increasingly express a joint commitment of the whole Church.It calls 20 II, 3,65 | Commitment to initial formation~65. 21 II, 3,65 | person, it is clear that the commitment to formation never ends. 22 II, 3,65 | opportunities to grow in their commitment to the charism and mission 23 III, 0,73 | cannot fail to feel the commitment to bear in their hearts 24 III, 1,75 | generous service. In its commitment to following the Son of 25 III, 1,75 | does not diminish their commitment on behalf of humanity; on 26 III, 1,75 | contrary, it strengthens this commitment, enabling it to have an 27 III, 2,93 | A decisive commitment to the spiritual life~93. 28 III, 2,93 | perfection of charity.This commitment is clearly evidenced in 29 III, 2,93 | in personal and communal commitment. It is precisely the spiritual 30 III, 2,95 | closely connected with the commitment to continual conversion 31 III, 3,97 | Need for a renewed commitment in the field of education~ 32 III, 3,98 | Christian Millennium, such a commitment will enable consecrated 33 III, 3,98 | for a renewed and loving commitment to the intellectual life, 34 III, 3,98 | cultural diversity. A lessened commitment to study can have grave 35 III, 3,98 | individual Institutes, the commitment to study cannot be limited 36 III, 3,98 | human truth. Consequently, a commitment to study does not isolate 37 III, 4,100 | special duty to foster this commitment. There is an urgent need 38 III, 4,102 | physically and spiritually to commitment to justice, peace and the 39 Conclu, 0,109| alike, live faithfully your commitment to God, in mutual edification


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