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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,3 | that they can draw from the contribution of these generous souls 2 Intro, 0,13 | spiritual and apostolic contribution of a renewed and revitalized 3 I, 2,25 | to expect a significant contribution from consecrated persons, 4 I, 3,30 | immeasurable value is the contribution made to the Church's life 5 II, 1,47 | Fathers observed — without the contribution of numerous Institutes of 6 II, 1,53 | bodies~53. A significant contribution to communion can be made 7 II, 1,53 | they will make a positive contribution not only to the growth of 8 II, 1,55 | families the invaluable contribution of their "being in the world" 9 II, 1,57 | appreciated. Thanks also to their contribution, useful directions for the 10 II, 1,57 | dignity and her specific contribution to the Church's life and 11 II, 1,57 | unthinkable without a renewed contribution from women, especially consecrated 12 II, 3,63 | profoundly grateful for the great contribution which these Institutes have 13 III, 1,76 | The specific contribution of the consecrated life 14 III, 1,76 | evangelization~76. The specific contribution of consecrated persons, 15 III, 1,78 | missions testifies to the great contribution made by consecrated men 16 III, 1,78 | make the greatest possible contribution to the proclamation of the 17 III, 1,78 | thus making a specific contribution to the mission.It should 18 III, 1,80 | it can make an innovative contribution in meeting the challenges 19 III, 3,96 | and to offer a specific contribution to the work of other educators.~ 20 Conclu, 0,106| Third Millennium awaits the contribution of the faith and creativity


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