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Vita Consecrata

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contemplation

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1 Intro, 0,2| and Institutes devoted to contemplation or the works of the apostolate, 2 Intro, 0,8| Institutes completely devoted to contemplation~8. Institutes completely 3 Intro, 0,8| Institutes completely devoted to contemplation, composed of either women 4 Intro, 0,8| their activities to the contemplation of God. In this way they 5 Intro, 0,9| their apostolic work with contemplation.~ 6 I, 1,17 | Patrem": God's initiative~17. Contemplation of the glory of the Lord 7 I, 2,23 | 19:34, 37). It is in the contemplation of the Crucified Christ 8 I, 2,23 | their inspiration. From this contemplation, together with the primordial 9 I, 3,30 | priests completely devoted to contemplation. Especially in the celebration 10 I, 3,32 | Religious completely devoted to contemplation are in a special way an 11 I, 4,38 | devoted to mental prayer and contemplation, to Eucharistic adoration, 12 II, 1,42 | their specific charism of contemplation. Consecrated virgins in 13 II, 1,56 | particular dedication to contemplation or the apostolate. This 14 II, 2,59 | immutable in its possession and contemplation of God".In the light of 15 II, 2,59 | to act and yet devoted to contemplation",the Church advances down 16 II, 2,59 | dedicated totally to God in contemplation. As an expression of pure 17 III, 0,74 | with the flame ignited in contemplation. Thus, the active life ought 18 III, 0,74 | active life ought to lead to contemplation and, sometimes, from what 19 III, 0,74 | what we see interiorly, contemplation should more effectively 20 III, 0,74 | the close union between contemplation and action will allow the 21 III, 1,78 | life to those devoted to contemplation.Countless consecrated persons 22 III, 1,78 | of communities devoted to contemplation should be encouraged in 23 III, 1,79 | the Christian tradition of contemplation, community sharing, hospitality, 24 III, 1,82 | the Christ encountered in contemplation is the same who lives and 25 III, 2,88 | consecrated persons draw from the contemplation of Trinitarian love, revealed 26 III, 2,94 | gives rise to fervour in contemplation and the ardour of apostolic 27 III, 3,98 | judgment, a stimulus to contemplation and prayer in the constant


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