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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,8 | their lives and mission, the members of these Institutes imitate 2 Intro, 0,10 | thinks in the first place of members of Secular Institutes seeking 3 I, 1,20 | to go, where to put these members which are yours; in what 4 I, 2,25 | that the dress of their members corresponds in dignity and 5 I, 3,31 | The equal dignity of all members of the Church is the work 6 I, 3,31 | Confirmation common to all members of the People of God is 7 I, 4,38 | somehow superior to other members of the faithful, while the 8 II, 1,42 | the mutual love of all the members of the community, a love 9 II, 1,45 | and women religious and members of Societies of Apostolic 10 II, 1,52 | serve to encourage the other members of the Church in the daily 11 II, 1,53 | accomplishments of the best members of each Institute and to 12 II, 1,54 | growing awareness that her members can and must unite their 13 II, 1,54 | of pastoral cooperation. Members of Secular Institutes, lay 14 II, 1,54 | clerical, relate to other members of the faithful at the level 15 II, 1,55 | holiness of the consecrated members, lay men and women will 16 II, 1,56 | form of so-called associate members or, in response to conditions 17 II, 1,56 | its communities, associate members and volunteers.~Consecrated 18 II, 1,56 | consecrated persons have become members of one or other of the ecclesial 19 II, 2,60 | nature of the vocation of the members of these Religious Institutes. 20 II, 2,60 | nothing prevents certain members from receiving Holy Orders 21 II, 2,61 | brotherhood in which all the members, priests and those who were 22 II, 2,62 | the suitability of any members of these communities who 23 II, 3,66 | contributing some of their best members.~ 24 II, 3,71 | limitations, so as to offer its members the inspiration and support 25 III, 0,74 | action, of all the Church's members. It is difficult for individuals 26 III, 1,77 | is felt above all by the members of Institutes, whether of 27 III, 1,78 | impels us" (2 Cor 5:14): the members of every Institute should 28 III, 1,78 | religious brothers and members of Secular Institutes special 29 III, 1,78 | fruitful apostolate. The members of Secular Institutes, by 30 III, 1,79 | consecrated life makes its members particularly well suited 31 III, 2,92 | enlivened by charity, unites the members of an Institute in the same 32 III, 2,94 | also encouraged among other members of the People of God, priests 33 III, 3,97 | the Synod, I warmly invite members of Institutes devoted to 34 III, 3,97 | on the circumstances, the members of these Institutes and 35 III, 3,97 | structures of the State. Members of Secular Institutes in 36 III, 3,99 | consecrated persons, especially members of Secular Institutes, should 37 III, 4,102 | seek an understanding with members of other religions, through 38 Conclu, 0,107| choose to invite one of its members to set out on the path of


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