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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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nature

   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,3 | presence and the evangelical nature of its witness are clear 2 Intro, 0,3 | it "manifests the inner nature of the Christian calling" 3 Intro, 0,7 | bear witness to the passing nature of the present age by their 4 Intro, 0,10 | accordance with its specific nature, thus help to ensure that 5 Intro, 0,11 | case, however, the specific nature of their consecration distinguishes 6 I, 0,14 | vivid way the Trinitarian nature of the Christian life and 7 I, 0,14 | the lowliness of his human nature, and are invited to return 8 I, 0,15 | eloquently express the radical nature of the vocation to the consecrated 9 I, 2,25 | the Church's missionary nature, which is reflected in the 10 I, 2,25 | dignity and simplicity to the nature of their vocation.~ 11 I, 2,26 | more to the eschatological nature of the consecrated life.~" 12 I, 3,29 | theological reflection on the nature of the consecrated life 13 I, 3,29 | for it expresses her very nature.This is clearly seen from 14 I, 4,38 | the inclinations of human nature wounded by sin, is truly 15 II, 1,45 | sharing whatever goods of nature and grace they had (cf. 16 II, 1,45 | are in keeping with the nature of each Institute, so that 17 II, 1,45 | communion is strengthened. The nature of the charism in communities 18 II, 1,46 | reveal ever more deeply her nature as the sacrament "of intimate 19 II, 2,59 | attracting people by the radical nature of a "spousal" existence 20 II, 2,60 | consecrated life by its nature is neither lay nor clerical. 21 II, 2,60 | adequately express the particular nature of the vocation of the members 22 II, 2,60 | reflects in a special way the nature of the Institute itself. 23 II, 2,60 | itself and determines its nature, purpose and spirit. The 24 II, 2,62 | clarification regarding the nature of such experiences in no 25 III, 1,77 | Church which is missionary by nature. This drive is felt above 26 III, 1,80 | persons to live the radical nature of the Gospel according 27 III, 1,83 | belongs to the prophetic nature of the consecrated life.~ 28 III, 2,84 | resulting from the radical nature of the following of Christ 29 III, 2,87 | inclinations are based on nature, they are good in themselves. 30 III, 2,95 | pilgrim people? By its very nature the Eucharist is at the 31 III, 2,95 | individually according to the nature of each Institute, expresses 32 III, 3,99 | witness regarding the relative nature of all created realities. 33 III, 4,103 | 103. Because of the very nature of their choice, all who 34 III, 4,103 | sensuality, to the true nature of the search for God. They 35 Conclu, 0,105| eloquently expresses her inmost nature as "Bride". In the consecrated


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