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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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desire

   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,2 | ecumenism, which fosters the desire for an ever fuller communion 2 Intro, 0,4 | Synod~4. In response to the desire expressed by the Ordinary 3 Intro, 0,6 | works of charity.In its desire to transfigure the world 4 I, 1,18 | accept them an explicit desire to be totally conformed 5 I, 1,19 | the Spirit who awakens the desire to respond fully; it is 6 I, 1,19 | guides the growth of this desire, helping it to mature into 7 I, 2,26 | the Kingdom gives rise to desire, anticipation, commitment 8 I, 2,26 | the ardent expectation and desire to "be plunged into the 9 I, 2,26 | Spirit",an expectation and desire sustained by the gifts which 10 I, 4,36 | the Father, in the filial desire to seek his will through 11 I, 4,36 | predominates "a profound desire to be conformed to Christ 12 I, 4,38 | on God. The praiseworthy desire to become close to the men 13 I, 4,39 | supporting every Christian's desire for perfection. "It is therefore 14 I, 4,39 | longing for holiness, a deep desire for conversion and personal 15 II, 1,46 | also understand the deep desire of Saint Theresa of the 16 II, 1,50 | religious present. This led to a desire that "this spiritual experience 17 II, 2,59 | regard and especially the desire that provision be made for 18 III, 1,77 | consecration made to God.The desire so often expresssed by Theresa 19 III, 2,84 | in their hearts a burning desire for the holiness of God 20 III, 2,86 | glory.~There is a widespread desire that the memory of so many 21 III, 2,87 | sexuality, in the legitimate desire to possess material goods 22 III, 2,92 | same call and the common desire — notwithstanding differences 23 III, 2,95 | meaning of their lives, not desire to establish an ever more 24 III, 3,98 | expression of the unquenchable desire for an ever deeper knowledge 25 III, 4,103 | search for the sacred and the desire for God~103. Because of 26 III, 4,103 | by a thirst for God and a desire to live the demands of faith, 27 Conclu, 0,107| evangelical counsels! Cherish the desire to give the Lord one of 28 Conclu, 0,112| To you, our Mother, who desire the spiritual and apostolic


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