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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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ecclesial

   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,2| institutions represents for the ecclesial community. Together let 2 Intro, 0,2| re-emerging in the Churches and Ecclesial Communities which originated 3 Intro, 0,4| the profound reality of ecclesial communion, in which all 4 Intro, 0,7| contemporaries and to the ecclesial community itself never to 5 Intro, 0,8| this way they offer the ecclesial community a singular testimony 6 I, 3,32 | sphere, in the sphere of ecclesial communion an indispensable 7 I, 3,32 | power in the service of ecclesial communion, which is an organic 8 I, 3,32 | cooperation in service of the ecclesial community, in accordance 9 I, 3,34 | fruitfulness, as it is expressed in ecclesial ministry, which becomes 10 II, 1,42 | is an eloquent sign of ecclesial communion. It is practised 11 II, 1,42 | solitude, do not withdraw from ecclesial communion but serve that 12 II, 1,46 | God's design".The sense of ecclesial communion, developing into 13 II, 1,46 | representative of the full ecclesial communion which the Saints, 14 II, 1,46 | A distinctive aspect of ecclesial communion is allegiance 15 II, 1,49 | Fruitful and ordered ecclesial communion~49. The Bishop 16 II, 1,49 | called for by a healthy ecclesial life. Instead, the pastoral 17 II, 1,49 | expressions of that one ecclesial charity by which all work 18 II, 1,51 | internal life and then in the ecclesial community, and even beyond 19 II, 1,52 | nourished by the sense of ecclesial communion. Those who are 20 II, 1,56 | members of one or other of the ecclesial movements which have spread 21 II, 1,56 | that membership in these ecclesial movements does not endanger 22 II, 1,57 | economic, religious and ecclesial life.~Having received from 23 II, 2,59 | light of this vocation and ecclesial mission, the cloister responds 24 II, 2,60 | services can be considered ecclesial ministries, granted by legitimate 25 II, 2,62 | their spirituality, the ecclesial awareness shown in carrying 26 II, 3,63 | consecrated life from the ecclesial mission of the consecrated 27 III, 0,74 | Ecclesial cooperation and apostolic 28 III, 0,74 | they are, come together in ecclesial communion in a more convinced 29 III, 1,79 | orthodoxy, moral integrity and ecclesial communion.Supported by the 30 III, 1,83 | cooperate closely with those ecclesial bodies entrusted with the 31 III, 4,100| that in other Churches and Ecclesial Communities monasticism


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