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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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dialogue

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1 Intro, 0,6| and true places of study, dialogue and culture for the building 2 Intro, 0,8| contribute to interreligious dialogue.~ 3 I, 4,39 | recollection, spiritual dialogue and direction. In this way 4 II, 1,49 | out in cordial and open dialogue between Bishops and Superiors 5 II, 1,50 | A constant dialogue animated by charity~50. 6 II, 1,50 | by charity~50. Constant dialogue between Superiors of Institutes 7 II, 1,50 | expressed for the experience of dialogue conducted in a climate of 8 II, 1,51 | opening or continuing a dialogue in charity, especially where 9 II, 1,51 | sisters, are signs that dialogue is always possible and that 10 II, 2,62 | can be enriched through dialogue and an exchange of gifts 11 II, 3,66 | of formation is personal dialogue, a practice of irreplaceable 12 III, 0,74 | be done in communion and dialogue with all other sectors of 13 III, 0,74 | arise from encounter and dialogue. In particular, effective 14 III, 0,74 | years widely confirms that "dialogue is the new name of charity", 15 III, 0,74 | charity within the Church. Dialogue helps us to see the true 16 III, 0,74 | privileged experience of dialogue. It can therefore contribute 17 III, 1,79 | inculturation and interreligious dialogue have a role to play. The 18 III, 1,79 | courageous efforts to initiate dialogue, they have been successful 19 III, 1,79 | and open interreligious dialogue, which "is not in opposition 20 III, 1,80 | Kingdom, it can, through dialogue, elicit a positive reaction 21 III, 1,80 | entails discernment, courage, dialogue and the challenge of the 22 III, 2,84 | having heard his word in the dialogue of prayer, they proclaim 23 III, 2,92 | individual engages in a fruitful dialogue with the others in order 24 III, 3,97 | while engaging in active dialogue with present-day cultural 25 III, 3,98 | promotion of culture and to the dialogue between culture and faith 26 III, 3,98 | rather, it is an incentive to dialogue and cooperation, a training 27 III, 4 | IV. ENGAGED IN DIALOGUE WITH EVERYONE~ 28 III, 4,101| Forms of ecumenical dialogue~101. Sharing of the lectio 29 III, 4,101| presence (cf. Mt 18:20), the dialogue of friendship and charity 30 III, 4,101| many forms of ecumenical dialogue. They are actions pleasing 31 III, 4,101| Orthodox Churches, through the dialogue of charity and the sharing 32 III, 4,102| Interreligious dialogue~102. Because "interreligious 33 III, 4,102| Because "interreligious dialogue is a part of the Church' 34 III, 4,102| consecrated life will favour that "dialogue of life"which embodies a 35 III, 4,102| promote appropriate forms of dialogue, marked by cordial friendship 36 III, 4,102| religions, through that "dialogue of action"which prepares 37 III, 4,102| service of interreligious dialogue require an appropriate training,


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