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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,6 | eremetical. In its present form, inspired above all by Saint 2 Intro, 0,9 | charism and in a stable form of common life,for the sake 3 Intro, 0,11| specific identity of this form of life is to be preserved 4 I, 0,16 | as far as possible, "that form of life which he, as the 5 I, 1,21 | model and source of every form of Christian life.Even fraternal 6 I, 1,22 | emptied himself, taking the form of a servant ... and became 7 I, 2,25 | the very heart of every form of consecrated life. To 8 I, 2,26 | to be revealed, "for the form of this world is passing 9 I, 3,30 | obedience to a superior, in the form proper to the evangelical 10 I, 3,31 | vocation and a specific form of consecration, with a 11 I, 4,35 | which are proper to this form of evangelical life, and 12 II, 1,41 | obligation of fraternity as a form of witness to the Trinity. 13 II, 1,41 | fraternal love, also in the form of common life, the consecrated 14 II, 1,54 | contemplative Institutes, take the form of a relationship that is 15 II, 1,56 | Institutes under the new form of so-called associate members 16 II, 2,60 | constitutes a different form of participation in an Institute' 17 II, 2,61 | have acquired a different form with the passing of time. 18 II, 2,62 | one or other traditional form adapted to the needs of 19 II, 3,63 | a specific Institute or form of consecrated life from 20 III, 0,74 | involved in one or other form of the apostolate must therefore 21 III, 1,79 | emptied himself, taking the form of a servant" (Phil 2:7). 22 III, 1,82 | always a normal part of every form of the consecrated life, 23 III, 2,84 | takes the shape of a special form of sharing in Christ's prophetic 24 III, 2,90 | self-denial and restraint, in a form of fraternal life inspired 25 III, 2,93 | When the Church approves a form of consecrated life or an 26 III, 3,97 | freeing people from that grave form of poverty which is the 27 III, 3,99 | obsessive interest in "the form of this world which is passing 28 III, 4,102 | ecclesiastical authority. The first form of evangelization in relation


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