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communicators 1
communion 93
communionas 1
communities 31
community 50
comparable 1
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32 what
31 apostolate
31 become
31 communities
31 ecclesial
31 most
31 sign
Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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communities

   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,2 | the Churches and Ecclesial Communities which originated in the 2 Intro, 0,7 | Virgins, known in Christian communities ever since apostolic times. 3 Intro, 0,13 | wish to address religious communities and consecrated persons 4 I, 1,21 | spiritual families and fraternal communities.~ 5 II, 1,42 | is the Spirit who guides communities of the consecrated life 6 II, 1,45 | depends on the witness of communities filled "with joy and with 7 II, 1,45 | the world the example of communities in which solitude is overcome 8 II, 1,45 | nature of the charism in communities of this kind directs their 9 II, 1,45 | urgently needs such fraternal communities, which, by their very existence, 10 II, 1,51 | The Church entrusts to communities of consecrated life the 11 II, 1,51 | the ways to attain it — communities of consecrated life, where 12 II, 1,51 | brothers and sisters. Such communities are places of hope and of 13 II, 1,56 | Institute itself, of its communities, associate members and volunteers.~ 14 II, 1,58 | persons, animating Christian communities, giving spiritual support, 15 II, 2,59 | of their life, cloistered communities, set like cities on a hilltop 16 II, 2,62 | The originality of the new communities often consists in the fact 17 II, 2,62 | particular style of life. These communities are sometimes inspired by 18 II, 2,62 | specific features of the new communities and their styles of life 19 II, 2,62 | of the founders of such communities, their spirituality, the 20 II, 2,62 | of any members of these communities who wish to receive Holy 21 II, 2,62 | the vitality of the new communities, will renew faithfulness 22 II, 3,68 | also true for cloistered communities, which ought to set up suitable 23 III, 1,78 | reason the establishment of communities devoted to contemplation 24 III, 1,80 | innovative cultural proposal.~Communities of Religious Institutes 25 III, 2,90 | neglected. There are many communities which live and work among 26 III, 2,95 | for individuals and for communities. It is the daily viaticum 27 III, 4,100 | other Churches and Ecclesial Communities monasticism has been preserved 28 III, 4,100 | Anglican Communion and in the Communities of the Reformation.~The 29 III, 4,101 | presence wherever Christian communities of different confessions 30 III, 4,102 | sincerity, with the monastic communities of other religions.~Another 31 Conclu, 0,110| Spirit to build fraternal communities, to join him in washing


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