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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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expectation

   Chapter,  Paragraph, 
1 Intro, 0,6 | world and life itself in expectation of the definitive vision 2 Intro, 0,6 | presence of the Lord and the expectation of his definitive coming, 3 Intro, 0,6 | earthly city itself, in expectation of the heavenly city.~ 4 I, 2,26 | In the early Church, the expectation of the Lord's coming was 5 I, 2,26 | for ever. Hence the ardent expectation and desire to "be plunged 6 I, 2,26 | than the Holy Spirit",an expectation and desire sustained by 7 I, 2,27 | Active expectation: commitment and watchfulness~ 8 I, 2,27 | Jesus!" (Rev 22:20). This expectation is anything but passive: 9 I, 2,27 | Christian hope. Eschatological expectation becomes mission, so that 10 I, 2,27 | celebration of memory and expectation: memory of the wonders God 11 I, 2,27 | wonders God has wrought and expectation of the final fulfilment 12 I, 3,34 | Upper Room, in prayerful expectation of the Holy Spirit (cf. 13 III, 2,84 | the Gospel in history, in expectation of the coming of God's Kingdom.~ 14 III, 3,96 | proposed to everyone in expectation of the definitive meeting 15 Conclu, 0,110| Make your lives a fervent expectation of Christ; go forth to meet


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