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vitalizing 1
vivendi 2
vivid 2
vocation 37
vocational 4
vocations 25
voice 3
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37 living
37 make
37 means
37 vocation
37 whom
36 call
36 charity
Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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vocation

   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,4 | various states of life, their vocation and their particular mission 2 Intro, 0,7 | lose sight of the supreme vocation, which is to be always with 3 I, 0,14 | on the basis of a special vocation and in virtue of a particular 4 I, 0,14 | meaning of this special vocation. But for an overall picture 5 I, 0,15 | the radical nature of the vocation to the consecrated life: 6 I, 0,16 | secular character of their vocation, reflect the mystery of 7 I, 2,25 | simplicity to the nature of their vocation.~ 8 I, 2,28 | manner which befits their vocation, and experiencing in return 9 I, 2,28 | road to fidelity to one's vocation and a most effective help 10 I, 2,28 | help for advancing in that vocation and living it fully.~ 11 I, 3,30 | persons can respond to their vocation and mission. For this reason, 12 I, 3,30 | the priest, in fact, the vocation to the priesthood and the 13 I, 3,30 | to the priesthood and the vocation to the consecrated life 14 I, 3,31 | accordance with the proper vocation and gift which he or she 15 I, 3,31 | each presuppose a distinct vocation and a specific form of consecration, 16 I, 3,32 | shows great esteem for the vocation to marriage, which makes 17 I, 4,35 | consecrated life. In fact the vocation of consecrated persons to 18 I, 4,38 | remain faithful to their own vocation and follow Jesus on the 19 I, 4,40 | Christian life as a whole, the vocation to the consecrated life 20 II, 1,44 | many ways to live out their vocation: by persevering prayer, 21 II, 1,49 | attention by Bishops to the vocation and mission of Institutes, 22 II, 1,58 | that they will live their vocation fully and joyfully, and 23 II, 2,59 | God".In the light of this vocation and ecclesial mission, the 24 II, 2,60 | particular nature of the vocation of the members of these 25 II, 2,60 | remain faithful to their vocation and mission. The same holds 26 II, 2,60 | the Institute itself.The vocation of Brothers in what are 27 II, 3,63 | the Lord and to personal vocation and mission. Rather, by 28 II, 3,64 | persons respond to their vocation. But they have a future 29 II, 3,64 | into effect the grace of vocation.The invitation of Jesus, " 30 II, 3,64 | a struggle which turns a vocation into a tale of friendship 31 II, 3,65 | responsibility for maturing in one's vocation is the inescapable duty 32 III, 0,72 | is at the origin of every vocation and charism, consecrated 33 III, 1,78 | fields more suited to the lay vocation, can engage in the valuable 34 III, 1,81 | because of their specific vocation, are called to manifest 35 III, 2,94 | texts in accepting their vocation and in discerning the charism 36 Conclu, 0,105| and encourage the seeds of vocation through preaching, discernment 37 Conclu, 0,107| prepared to live, as their vocation demands, in accordance with


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