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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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1 III, 4,100 | service of Christian unity~100. Christ's prayer to the 2 III, 4,101 | Forms of ecumenical dialogue~101. Sharing of the lectio divina 3 III, 4,102 | Interreligious dialogue~102. Because "interreligious 4 III, 4,103 | sacred and the desire for God~103. Because of the very nature 5 Conclu, 0,104| Unbounded generosity~104. Many people today are puzzled 6 Conclu, 0,105| service of the Kingdom of God~105. "What would become of the 7 Conclu, 0,106| To young people~106. To you, young people, I 8 Conclu, 0,107| To families~107. I address you, Christian 9 Conclu, 0,108| men and women of good will~108. To all the men and women 10 Conclu, 0,109| To consecrated persons~109. But it is above all to 11 Conclu, 0,110| Looking to the future~110. You have not only a glorious 12 Conclu, 0,111| Prayer to the Holy Trinity~111. Most Holy Trinity, blessed 13 Conclu, 0,112| the Blessed Virgin Mary~112. Mary, image of the Church, 14 III, 2,91 | they never stumble" (Ps 118:165).~ 15 III, 4,101 | brothers dwell in unity (cf. Ps 133), cordial hospitality shown 16 III, 2,91 | they never stumble" (Ps 118:165).~ 17 I, 0,14 | Fratres de Monte Dei, I, 1: PL 184, 310).] Even the "active" 18 Conclu, 0,112| of the Lord, in the year 1996, the eighteenth of my Pontificate.~ ~ 19 I, 0,14 | Monte Dei, I, 1: PL 184, 310).] Even the "active" dimensions 20 II, 1,41 | the image of the Trinity~41. During his earthly life, 21 II, 1,46 | Sentire cum Ecclesia"~46. A great task also belongs 22 II, 1,48 | and the particular Church~48. Again, a significant role 23 II, 1,50 | dialogue animated by charity~50. Constant dialogue between 24 II, 1,51 | divided and unjust world~51. The Church entrusts to 25 II, 1,54 | cooperation with the laity~54. In recent years, one of 26 II, 1,55 | spiritual and apostolic dynamism~55. These new experiences of 27 II, 1,56 | Associates and lay volunteers~56. A significant expression 28 II, 1,57 | role of consecrated women~57. The Church fully reveals 29 II, 1,58 | possibilities of presence and action~58. It is therefore urgently 30 II, 2,59 | Cloistered nuns~59. The monastic life of women 31 II, 2,60 | Religious brothers~60. According to the traditional 32 II, 2,61 | Mixed Institutes~61. Some Religious Institutes, 33 II, 2,62 | of the evangelical life~62. The Spirit, who at different 34 II, 3,63 | Difficulties and future prospects~63. The changes taking place 35 II, 3,64 | the promotion of vocations~64. The mission of the consecrated 36 II, 3,65 | Commitment to initial formation~65. The Synod Assembly paid 37 II, 3,66 | responsible for formation~66. God the Father, through 38 II, 3,67 | community and for the apostolate~67. Since formation must also 39 II, 3,68 | complete and updated "ratio"~68. A definite period of formation 40 II, 3,69 | Continuing formation~69. Continuing formation, whether 41 II, 3,70 | search for faithfulness~70. There is a youthfulness 42 II, 3,71 | of continuing formation~71. If the subject of formation 43 III, 0,72 | Consecrated for mission~72. In the image of Jesus, 44 III, 0,73 | service of God and humanity~73. The consecrated life has 45 III, 0,74 | and apostolic spirituality~74. Everything must be done 46 III, 1,75 | with the heart of Christ~75. "Having loved his own who 47 III, 1,76 | consecrated life to evangelization~76. The specific contribution 48 III, 1,77 | proclaiming Christ to the nations~77. Those who love God, the 49 III, 1,78 | every part of the world~78. "The love of Christ impels 50 III, 1,79 | Christ and inculturation~79. The proclamation of Christ " 51 III, 1,80 | of the consecrated life~80. For its part, the consecrated 52 III, 1,81 | The new evangelization~81. If the great challenges 53 III, 1,82 | the promotion of justice~82. At the beginning of his 54 III, 1,83 | Care of the sick~83. Following a glorious tradition, 55 III, 2,84 | of the consecrated life~84. The prophetic character 56 III, 2,85 | for the contemporary world~85. In our world, where it 57 III, 2,86 | to the point of martyrdom~86. In this century, as in 58 III, 2,87 | facing the consecrated life~87. The prophetic task of the 59 III, 2,88 | of consecrated chastity~88. The first challenge is 60 III, 2,89 | The challenge of poverty~89. Another challenge today 61 III, 2,90 | the service of the poor~90. Even before being a service 62 III, 2,91 | of freedom in obedience~91. The third challenge comes 63 III, 2,92 | together the Father's will~92. This testimony of consecration 64 III, 2,93 | commitment to the spiritual life~93. One of the concerns frequently 65 III, 2,94 | Listening to the word of God~94. The word of God is the 66 III, 2,95 | In communion with Christ~95. An indispensable means 67 III, 3,96 | in the world of education~96. The Church has always recognized 68 III, 3,97 | in the field of education~97. With respectful sensitivity 69 III, 3,98 | Evangelizing culture~98. Institutes of Consecrated 70 III, 3,99 | of social communications~99. Just as in the past consecrated 71 I, 1,18 | by this love cannot help abandoning everything to follow him ( 72 I, 2,24 | in silent sacrifice and abandonment to God's holy will, and 73 II, 3,70 | s will in all things and abandons himself into the Father' 74 III, 2,91 | But who does not see the aberrant consequences of injustice 75 III, 4,101 | will inspire everyone to abide, after the image of the 76 I, 1,22 | closer imitation and an abiding re-enactment in the Church" 77 Intro, 0,6 | of communion, welcoming abodes for those seeking God and 78 II, 2,62 | However, by reason of the above-mentioned principle of discernment, 79 Intro, 0,2 | world, where Institutes from abroad are gratefully welcomed 80 II, 2,62 | inspirations, is certainly not absent.In view of such a wealth 81 I, 2,26 | risks becoming ever more absorbing, it is particularly opportune 82 III, 3,98 | consecrated persons in an abstract intellectualism, or confine 83 II, 3,64 | cannot but give rise to an abundance of divine gifts. Christian 84 III, 1,83 | and to the victims of drug abuse and the new contagious diseases. 85 III, 3,98 | formation or to the gaining of academic degrees and professional 86 III, 2,93 | choices of apostolate, which accentuate and re-present one or another 87 II, 3,66 | God, so as to be able to accompany others on this journey. 88 Conclu, 0,112| mighty things which the Lord accomplishes in the world, that all peoples 89 II, 1,45 | renewal and for the full accomplishment of their mission in the 90 II, 1,53 | seek "to make use of the accomplishments of the best members of each 91 II, 3,64 | various Institutes in full accord with the Churches of the 92 II, 1,56 | directive role, they will be accountable for their actions to the 93 III, 0,73 | divine pleas which only souls accustomed to following God's will 94 III, 1,79 | inculturation, because it accustoms them to being detached from 95 III, 2,93 | objective requisites for achieving personal and communal perfection 96 II, 1,58 | reason to hope that a fuller acknowledgement of the mission of women 97 Intro, 0,13 | God. As they become better acquainted with the consecrated life, 98 II, 2,61 | equal among themselves, have acquired a different form with the 99 II, 1,42 | where community living acquires special significance.Nor 100 III, 2,95 | in the sacrifice which actualizes the gift of his love on 101 II, 3,71 | intellectually open and adaptable as possible, so that the 102 II, 3,70 | self-offering.It should be added that, independently of the 103 II, 1,50 | diocesan priests, and if adequate attention to the theology 104 I, 3,32 | teaching of the word, the administration of the sacraments and the 105 II, 3,70 | effectiveness in carrying out administrative responsibilities or apostolic 106 Conclu, 0,104| gratitude for having been admitted in a unique way to the knowledge 107 III, 1,82 | its charism, this involves adopting a simple and austere way 108 I, 4,38 | and poor, can lead to the adoption of a secularized lifestyle 109 I, 4,38 | the presence of him who is adored: in theology, so as to exploit 110 II, 3,71 | she belongs, in order to advance the personal and communal 111 II, 1,53 | Bishops, but also to the advancement of the mission of the particular 112 II, 2,59 | contemplation",the Church advances down the paths of time with 113 III, 1,79 | Such a search proves to be advantageous for consecrated persons 114 II, 1,58 | order to acknowledge and affirm the true genius of women 115 III, 1,82 | poor", in varied states of affliction, are the oppressed, those 116 I, 2,24 | what is lacking in Christ's afflictions" (Col 1:24), in silent sacrifice 117 III, 2,89 | deal to these enterprising agents of charity, whose tireless 118 Intro, 0,3 | reaffirmed this: "de re nostra agitur", "this is something which 119 II, 1,50 | in Dioceses, in order to agree on the necessary practical 120 I, 2,25 | God and as an eloquent, albeit often silent, proclamation 121 II, 1,42 | dimension of fraternal communion alien to Secular Institutes, or 122 II, 3,70 | misunderstandings and feelings of alienation — or resulting from more 123 I, 0,16 | existence to Christ in an all-encompassing commitment which foreshadows 124 II, 1,56 | which have the purpose of alleviating human suffering. Such collaboration, 125 I, 0,16 | particularly insofar as he is the Alpha and the Omega of the world, 126 II, 2,62 | evangelical life are not alternatives to already existing Institutions, 127 II, 2,60 | Fathers, in order to avoid ambiguity and confusion with the secular 128 Intro, 0,12 | supplanted the earlier ones. Amid such wide variety the underlying 129 III, 1,80 | the Apostolic Tradition amidst the constant evolution of 130 III, 1,78 | missionary activity offers ample room for all the different 131 III, 4,100 | evangelical counsels, as in the Anglican Communion and in the Communities 132 III, 1,75 | indiscriminate violence, the anguished faces of minors, the hurt 133 II, 1,58 | and consecrated persons, animating Christian communities, giving 134 III, 1,82 | synagogue at Nazareth, Jesus announces that the Spirit has consecrated 135 Conclu, 0,104| the Gospel episode of the anointing at Bethany: "Mary took a 136 III, 0,73 | and women to present new answers to the new problems of today' 137 III, 2,87 | testify to the profound anthropological significance of the counsels. 138 Intro, 0,8 | lordship over history and anticipate the glory which is to come.~ 139 III, 1,81 | where a consoling rebirth is anticipated. In every place and circumstance, 140 I, 4,40 | between two lights: the anticipatory light of the Transfiguration 141 Intro, 0,13 | Jerusalem to the Christians of Antioch, and I am hopeful that it 142 III, 3,96 | history of the Church, from antiquity down to our own day, is 143 III, 1,75 | girls, children, in general anybody whom Divine Providence sends 144 II, 3,63 | decline in personnel and apostolates must in no way lead to a 145 I, 4,38 | present themselves under the appearance of good. Thus, for example, 146 II, 2,62 | gifts with the Foundations appearing in our own day.~In this 147 III, 3,97 | the poor finds a special application in the choice of means capable 148 III, 1,79 | features of their own culture. Applying themselves with these attitudes 149 Conclu, 0,107| which must be faced, and to appreciate the beauty of the goal to 150 III, 1,79 | persons have been able to approach cultures other than their 151 Intro, 0,2 | especially in view of the approaching new millennium. It was my 152 III, 0,73 | To carry out this service appropriately, consecrated persons must 153 III, 2,93 | Christ. When the Church approves a form of consecrated life 154 II, 1,46 | communionas "witnesses and architects of the plan for unity which 155 III, 2,94 | in contemplation and the ardour of apostolic activity. Both 156 II, 3,70 | mental illness, spiritual aridity, deaths, difficulties in 157 III, 0,74 | but such an answer can arise from encounter and dialogue. 158 I, 2,24 | beautiful in his parents' arms, beautiful in his miracles, 159 Intro, 0,9 | People of God. Thus there arose the different families of 160 | around 161 II, 1,50 | the necessary practical arrangements. In the same way, it is 162 II, 3,67 | trained in the difficult art of interior harmony, of 163 II, 1,41 | Mk 3:32-35). After the Ascension, as a result of the gift 164 II, 3,71 | only apostolic but also ascetical and mystical. This means 165 Conclu, 0,104| even in good faith, are asking about the relevance of the 166 I, 2,28 | same time, having given her assent to the divine Word, made 167 II, 1,57 | Certainly, the validity of many assertions relating to the position 168 Conclu, 0,104| culture which is inclined to assess the importance of things 169 III, 3,99 | media and a careful ethical assessment of their programmes, as 170 Conclu, 0,105| Beyond all superficial assessments of its usefulness, the consecrated 171 II, 1,45 | Christians in Jerusalem who were assiduous in accepting the teaching 172 I, 4,35 | saints, for whom we must assiduously implore God. The Institutes 173 II, 3,70 | as a change of place or assignment, difficulties in work or 174 II, 3,71 | the personal and communal assimilation of its charism.~ 175 II, 1,46 | devotion of Saint Francis of Assisi for "the Lord Pope",the 176 II, 2,62 | life, does not cease to assist the Church, whether by fostering 177 III, 1,82 | needyexpressed in prayer, assistance and hospitality — was always 178 III, 2,86 | on behalf of the poor, in assisting the sick and the marginalized; 179 II, 1,56 | Associates and lay volunteers~56. A 180 Intro, 0,7 | world. Either alone or in association with others, they constitute 181 II, 2,62 | Christian married couples assume in certain associations 182 III, 4,103 | consistently and fully their freely assumed commitments, they are able 183 I, 1,22 | In filial obedience, he assumes the condition of a servant: 184 III, 2,95 | communion with Christ is assuredly the Sacred Liturgy, and 185 III, 4,101 | prayer, in which the Lord assures us of his presence (cf. 186 I, 1,20 | amazing the world. To people's astonishment they respond by proclaiming 187 II, 1,43 | and apostolic life.~In an atmosphere strongly affected by individualism, 188 III, 3,98 | and synthesis have to be attempted.A serious and effective 189 III, 2,90 | meaning, in fact, is to attest that God is the true wealth 190 III, 2,88 | The consecrated person attests that what many have believed 191 II, 2,59 | to draw many vocations, attracting people by the radical nature 192 III, 2,93 | consecrated life will become an attractive witness.~ 193 I, 2,24 | power of God's love. Saint Augustine says: "Beautiful is God, 194 III, 1,82 | involves adopting a simple and austere way of life, both as individuals 195 III, 1,80 | cultures, as well as to authenticate developments and to sanction 196 II, 2,61 | accordance with what will be authoritatively determined.~ 197 II, 1,47 | missionary activity with an availability which, when necessary, went 198 II, 1,46 | made by Saint Teresa of Avila: "I am a daughter of the 199 II, 3,63 | faithfulness. What must be avoided at all costs is the actual 200 II, 3,70 | before. Death will then be awaited and prepared for as the 201 Intro, 0,12 | their own in the Church and awaiting official recognition from 202 II, 1,46 | Roman Pontiff. Against this background of love towards Holy Church, " 203 III, 2,95 | his love on Golgotha, the banquet which nourishes and sustains 204 III, 2,94 | and lives among them (cf. Bar 3:38), so that he may invite 205 III, 1,80 | consecrated life itself is the bearer of Gospel values and, where 206 I, 2,28 | the radical manner which befits their vocation, and experiencing 207 II, 1,46 | mission"; indeed, "communion begets communion: in essence it 208 I, 4,38 | In this episode from the beginnings of biblical history, consecrated 209 I, 1,18 | gift of self. Every mission begins with the attitude expressed 210 II, 3,65 | aspect of the personality, in behaviour and intentions. Precisely 211 Intro, 0,2 | Christians, "that the world may believe" (Jn 17:21).~ 212 III, 2,88 | attests that what many have believed impossible becomes, with 213 I, 2,28 | most holy, which for every believer stems from his or her union 214 I, 2,24 | Cross, it confesses that it believes and lives by the love of 215 Intro, 0,7 | Men and women hermits, belonging to ancient Orders or new 216 III, 1,82 | after distributing his belongings to the poor in order to 217 Conclu, 0,108| bent down, and continue to bend down, as Good Samaritans, 218 III, 1,82 | when in great kindness it bends to the most extreme needs, 219 Intro, 0,6 | inspired above all by Saint Benedict, Western monasticism is 220 Conclu, 0,108| remarkable "seekers of God" and benefactors of humanity, who have provided 221 Conclu, 0,108| witnesses and prophets of the beneficent power of God's love? Does 222 Conclu, 0,108| consecrated men and women have bent down, and continue to bend 223 II, 1,52 | witness to the Gospel.~Saint Bernard's words about the various 224 I, 0,15 | Mt 17:4). These words bespeak the Christocentric orientation 225 Conclu, 0,104| episode of the anointing at Bethany: "Mary took a pound of costly 226 Conclu, 0,104| and reasonable way for the betterment of society? This is how 227 III, 2,94 | Institutes.~Meditation of the Bible in common is of great value. 228 I, 4,38 | episode from the beginnings of biblical history, consecrated persons 229 III, 1,83 | increase their knowledge of bioethics at the service of the Gospel 230 III, 2,90 | of striking victories and bitter defeats. And pages no less 231 I, 1,19 | might be holy and without blemish" (Eph 5:27).The same Spirit, 232 Intro, 0,10 | Through their own specific blending of presence in the world 233 Conclu, 0,111| source of all blessedness, bless your sons and daughters 234 III, 1,82 | to give sight back to the blind, to set the oppressed free, 235 Conclu, 0,105| paradox of the Gospel would be blunted, and that the ?salt' of 236 I, 0,15 | wish, I will make three booths here, one for you and one 237 III, 2,85 | brotherhood which knows no borders. Consecrated persons are 238 III, 3,96 | wise counsel of Saint John Bosco: "Young people should not 239 III, 1,75 | mystery of the Word in the bosom of the Father (cf. Jn 1: 240 II, 1,51 | community, and even beyond its boundaries, by opening or continuing 241 I, 1,20 | Christ the King and the boundless power of the Holy Spirit." 242 III, 2,90 | and by placing a necessary brake on their own desires.~Consecrated 243 II, 1,52 | to manifest visibly, as branches of the one Vine, the fullness 244 Intro, 0,5 | compared to a plant with many brancheswhich sinks its roots into the 245 II, 3,70 | which he has no intention of breaking. The person undergoing such 246 I, 0,16 | Christ, whose radiance "brightens the countenance of the Church." 247 II, 1,56 | of the Gospel shine forth brightly even in the darkest situations 248 III, 1,75 | order that, through the brightness and beauty of good works, 249 III, 3,98 | consecrated persons can broaden the horizons of narrow human 250 II, 3,65 | of studies, as part of a broader formation programme.~ 251 III, 4,100 | between Christians can be broken down.~ 252 III, 2,89 | no longer young to become builders of their own future! How 253 II, 1,46 | Church, "the pillar and bulwark of the truth" (1 Tim 3:15), 254 III, 2,84 | Prophets feel in their hearts a burning desire for the holiness 255 I, 2,26 | into the Fire of Love which burns in them and which is none 256 Intro, 0,13 | of the Synod during the busy weeks of its work. I am 257 I, 2,24 | beauty, so much so that the bystanders cover their faces (cf. Is 258 III, 1,75 | invited to return to the byways of the world in order to 259 II, 3,67 | for formation, enabling candidates to test, in the context 260 II, 2,62 | essential theological and canonical elements proper to the consecrated 261 Intro, 0,9 | the different families of Canons Regular, the Mendicant Orders, 262 III, 1,82 | to proclaim release to captives, to give sight back to the 263 Conclu, 0,109| Christians, immersed in the cares and concerns of this world 264 III | CHAPTER III~SERVITIUM CARITATIS~CONSECRATED LIFE: ~MANIFESTATION 265 III, 2,86 | have been forced into the catacombs by the persecution of totalitarian 266 III, 1,82 | Gospel authenticity and a catalyst for permanent conversion 267 II, 1,58 | professional. Pastoral and catechetical formation, always important, 268 II, 2,62 | included in the specific category of the consecrated life. 269 II, 3,70 | from activity, sometimes caused by sickness or forced immobility, 270 I, 2,26 | centuries, the Church has not ceased to foster this attitude 271 Intro, 0,6 | hesychia or interior peace, ceaseless prayer, fasting and vigils, 272 I, 0,14 | ipso Domino familiarissime celebrata, ab eius discipulis ipso 273 III, 2,86 | Church as an invitation to celebrate and imitate them. The Institutes 274 III, 2,95 | the Liturgy of the Hours, celebrated in union with the prayer 275 II, 1,45 | Apostles, in common prayer, in celebrating the Eucharist, and in sharing 276 III, 1,82 | fully to God, built the cells of his monastery above a 277 Intro, 0,6 | expressions of it, both cenobitic and eremetical. In its present 278 II, 1,46 | the particularly strong centrifugal and disruptive forces at 279 III, 0,73 | remember what the great champions of apostolic activity have 280 II, 1,42 | special importance attaches to Chapters (or similar meetings), whether 281 III, 0,72 | who, in the manner that characterizes the consecrated life, are 282 II, 3,66 | men and women. Those in charge of formation must therefore 283 II, 2,62 | bringing to the perfection of chariry their love, already "consecrated" 284 Conclu, 0,107| the evangelical counsels! Cherish the desire to give the Lord 285 II, 1,46 | of Saint Theresa of the Child Jesus: "In the heart of 286 II, 2,59 | paramount, to be with the Lord. Choosing an enclosed space where 287 I, 0,15 | These words bespeak the Christocentric orientation of the whole 288 II, 2,59 | cloistered communities, set like cities on a hilltop or lights on 289 I, 4,35 | gathering all humanity into the civilization of love, the great family 290 III, 1,79 | discovered in the different civilizations can in fact prompt them 291 II, 2,62 | consecrated life. This necessary clarification regarding the nature of 292 II, 1,54 | mission. This helps to give a clearer and more complete picture 293 II, 3,63 | numbers but by a failure to cling steadfastly to the Lord 294 II, 1,48 | systematically explored and codified in various postconciliar 295 II, 3,65 | this initial formation coincides with and fits well into 296 Conclu, 0,105| entire Church would grow cold, that the salvific paradox 297 II, 3,63 | the consecrated life, a collapse which is not measured by 298 II, 3,66 | accomplished. They will combine the illumination of spiritual 299 II, 1,54 | our time, thanks to the combined contributions of the various 300 II, 3,70 | is most essential. Great comfort can also come from the valuable 301 I, 0,15 | down the mountain, Jesus commanded them, "Tell no one the vision, 302 II, 3,66 | practice of irreplaceable and commendable effectiveness which should 303 II, 1,50 | do not yet exist, mixed commissions of Bishops and Major Superiorswere 304 Intro, 0,7 | the Church, which they are commited to serve while remaining 305 I, 3,31 | without being sacramental, commits them to making their own — 306 I, 2,26 | city" (Heb 13:14), for "our commonwealth is in heaven" (Phil 3:20). 307 III, 2,84 | office, which the Holy Spirit communicates to the whole People of God. 308 III, 3,99 | discerning listeners and expert communicators, consecrated persons are 309 II, 1,46 | practise the spirituality of communionas "witnesses and architects 310 I, 1,17 | self-offering, as being comparable to a genuine holocaust.~ 311 I, 0,15 | Ps 45:2), the One beyond compare.~ 312 I, 1,18 | knowing Jesus Christ", by comparison with which they do not hesitate 313 II, 1,46 | for all the world and a compelling force that leads people 314 I, 4,37 | is also a call to pursue competence in personal work and to 315 III, 2,86 | twentieth century, and by compiling testimonies about them.~ 316 Conclu, 0,104| of the poor as an excuse, complained about such waste, Jesus 317 Intro, 0,12 | gifts of the Holy Spirit complement one another.In this newness 318 III, 4,102 | the equality and authentic complementarity of men and women, a valuable 319 II, 3,70 | decision, and not confuse the completeness of their dedication with 320 Intro, 0,4 | faithful and to priests, completes the treatment of the distinctive 321 I, 2,24 | sufferings for the sake of completing in their own flesh "what 322 II, 3,70 | Father is now bringing to completion the mysterious process of 323 III, 2,88 | consumer good and, with the complicity of the means of social communication, 324 III, 0,74 | which the Church's various components, feeling that they are valued 325 III, 0,73 | which sometimes seem to compromise or even overwhelm the consecrated 326 Intro, 0,6 | conversion, self-renunciation and compunction of heart, the quest for 327 I, 4,36 | there are a number of points concerning the growth of holiness in 328 II, 2,61 | await this Commission's conclusions before coming to suitable 329 I, 0,14 | discipulis ipso praesente concupita: cuius transfigurationis 330 I, 3,33 | by reflecting in their conduct the sacramental consecration 331 II, 1,50 | the experience of dialogue conducted in a climate of mutual trust 332 II, 1,53 | maintained with the Episcopal Conference of each country. In the 333 I, 2,28 | Indeed, if the new motherhood conferred on Mary at Calvary is a 334 I, 1,22 | 11). His perfect offering confers an aspect of consecration 335 I, 2,24 | mystery of the Cross, it confesses that it believes and lives 336 I, 1,21 | consecrated life thus becomes a confession and a sign of the Trinity, 337 II, 1,44 | as spiritual directors, confessors or mentors in prayer.~ 338 I, 1,19 | of those who are called, configuring them to Christ, the chaste, 339 III, 3,98 | abstract intellectualism, or confine them within a suffocating 340 II, 1,55 | spirituality beyond the confines of the Institute, which 341 II, 2,62 | associations and movements. They confirm by means of a vow the obligation 342 II, 1,51 | societies frequently marked by conflicting passions and interests, 343 I, 0,16 | living and expressing this by conforming one's whole existence to 344 I, 4,38 | mystery of God, whom he confronts in order to receive his 345 II, 3,70 | original decision, and not confuse the completeness of their 346 III, 4,103 | constitute a warning against confusing that search with a subtle 347 II, 1,53 | regular contacts with the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated 348 Intro, 0,9 | in general the Religious Congregations of men and women devoted 349 Conclu, 0,107| the world. What fruit of conjugal love could be more beautiful 350 III, 4,100 | Synod emphasized the close connection between the consecrated 351 I, 2,23 | things; in his own flesh he conquers our sin and draws every 352 III, 2,91 | the path to the gradual conquest of true freedom. It is precisely 353 III, 1,80 | positive reaction in people's consciences. If the consecrated life 354 III, 2,86 | faith will remain in the consciousness of the Church as an invitation 355 I, 1,22 | Father, the Son in turn consecrates himself to the Father for 356 I, 1,17 | his or her life to God, consecrating to him all things present 357 III, 2,90 | invoke respect for and the conservation of creation by reducing 358 Intro, 0,2 | together with the Bishops, a considerable number of consecrated men 359 I, 3,31 | relationships which merit consideration.~By virtue of their rebirth 360 Conclu, 0,104| transcending all "utilitarian" considerations, is a sign of unbounded 361 II, 1,57 | upon both men and women, considering them in their equal dignity. 362 III, 2,85 | particularly persuasive power from consistency between proclamation and 363 III, 4,103 | consecrated persons live consistently and fully their freely assumed 364 Conclu, 0,111| fill them with your joy and consolation, help them to overcome moments 365 III, 1,78 | of the world in order to consolidate and expand the Kingdom of 366 I, 3,32 | Within this harmonious constellation of gifts, each of the fundamental 367 II, 2,59 | cloister — from papal and constitutional cloister to monastic cloister — 368 II, 2,60 | Institutes the sacred ministry is constitutive of the charism itself and 369 III, 2,88 | as a mere diversion and a consumer good and, with the complicity 370 III, 2,90 | of creation by reducing consumption, by living more simply and 371 I, 2,27 | founded on God's promise contained in the revealed word: the 372 III, 2,95 | first place, the Eucharist "contains the Church's entire spiritual 373 III, 2,84 | lived in God's presence and contemplated his passing by in silence; 374 III, 3,99 | quality programmes, the contents of which will be respectful 375 I, 0,14 | eo in monte sancto erant, continuo Petrus ... optimum sibi 376 II, 3,71 | emerging traditions, with continuous attention to changing historical 377 Intro, 0,12 | however the Spirit does not contradict himself. Proof of this is 378 III, 2,91 | testifies that there is no contradiction between obedience and freedom. 379 Intro, 0,2 | important, I decided to convene a Synod in order to examine 380 I, 3,32 | suffering, in his work of converting sinners to a better life, 381 I, 4,35 | Synod of Bishops echoed this conviction: "Throughout the Church' 382 III, 2,85 | been lost from sight, a convincing prophetic witness on the 383 III, 1,80 | truly international, of cooperating with other Institutes, and 384 I, 3,32 | spouses "witnesses to and cooperators in the fruitfulness of Holy 385 II, 1,49 | charisms, and to promote and coordinate them. In his pastoral charity 386 II, 3,64 | common endeavour, which coordinates and promotes the efforts 387 III, 3,99 | technology, have reached every corner of the earth. Consecrated 388 II, 3,71 | love for the truth, and a correspondence between their actions and 389 Conclu, 0,104| Bethany: "Mary took a pound of costly ointment of pure nard and 390 II, 3,63 | What must be avoided at all costs is the actual breakdown 391 II, 1,53 | regulated by the Second Vatican Counciland by subsequent documents, 392 III, 3,96 | love, according to the wise counsel of Saint John Bosco: "Young 393 II, 1,53 | Episcopal Conference of each country. In the spirit of the document 394 III, 2,89 | that of a materialism which craves possessions, heedless of 395 Conclu, 0,108| lies the remedy for the craving to possess, to seek pleasure, 396 I, 1,17 | first of all the Father, the Creator and Giver of every good 397 II, 1,41 | consecrated life can certainly be credited with having effectively 398 II, 3,70 | relations, strong temptations, crises of faith or identity, or 399 II, 3,63 | gifts. Sad situations of crisis invite consecrated persons 400 I, 4,37 | consecrated persons a reliable criterion in their search for the 401 II, 1,46 | plan for unity which is the crowning point of human history in 402 I, 2,28 | present at her Son's side at crucial moments of his public life, 403 I, 4,40 | pertains to the mysterium Crucis. But this difficult "exodus 404 I, 2,27 | shall there be mourning nor crying nor pain any more, for the 405 I, 0,14 | ipso praesente concupita: cuius transfigurationis gloriam 406 I, 4,38 | holiness is accepted and can be cultivated only in the silence of adoration 407 II, 2,60 | According to the terminology currently in use, Institutes which, 408 I, 4,38 | nationalism or accepting customs which instead need to be 409 III, 1,76 | and facing the greatest dangers.~ 410 Conclu, 0,106| call, do not reject it! Dare to become part of the great 411 II, 1,56 | forth brightly even in the darkest situations of human life. 412 II, 1,46 | for "the Lord Pope",the daughterly outspokenness of Saint Catherine 413 Intro, 0,6 | life,which appeared at the dawn of Christianity and which 414 I, 2,23 | Tabor to Calvary~23. The dazzling event of the Transfiguration 415 I, 0,15 | of man is raised from the dead" (Mt 17:1-9).The event of 416 II, 3,70 | illness, spiritual aridity, deaths, difficulties in interpersonal 417 II, 2,62 | the experience of recent decades, which new forms of consecration 418 I, 4,38 | sometimes, by diabolical deceit, present themselves under 419 Conclu, 0,109| Young people will not be deceived: when they come to you, 420 Intro, 0,2 | Church is so important, I decided to convene a Synod in order 421 III, 1,82 | set the oppressed free, to declare a year of favour from the 422 II, 3,63 | difficulties stemming from the decline in personnel and apostolates 423 Intro, 0,2 | in their inmost hearts, dedicate themselves to God by a special 424 I, 1,17 | respond by unconditionally dedicating his or her life to God, 425 I, 1,20 | which are yours; in what deeds, in what works shall I use 426 III, 2,90 | striking victories and bitter defeats. And pages no less significant 427 III, 2,84 | sovereignty and came to the defence of the poor against the 428 I, 1,22 | even while affirming and defending the dignity and sanctity 429 II, 3,68 | and updated "ratio"~68. A definite period of formation extending 430 III, 1,75 | persons to care for the deformed image of God on the faces 431 I, 0,14 | esse" (Ad Fratres de Monte Dei, I, 1: PL 184, 310).] Even 432 I, 0,16 | and loving, as the One who delights only in the will of the 433 II, 2,59 | 3:1-4)",and Christ will deliver "the Kingdom to God the 434 I, 3,32 | and because of which he delivered himself up on her behalf". 435 II, 1,47 | in the younger Churches demonstrates the ability of the consecrated 436 III, 1,82 | persons will be able to denounce the injustices committed 437 III, 2,84 | also expressed through the denunciation of all that is contrary 438 III, 4,103 | life, if not actually to deny it.~When consecrated persons 439 I, 4,37 | needs of the times without departing from an Institute's initial 440 I, 1,21 | the liberating beauty of a dependence which is not servile but 441 Intro, 0,7 | Institutes, or being directly dependent on the Bishop, bear witness 442 III, 3,97 | cultural trends. Moreover, depending on the circumstances, the 443 II, 1,48 | consecrated life would not only be deprived of many spiritual gifts, 444 I, 3,31 | are in one way or another derived from them or lead back to 445 III, 2,85 | even his life.~Prophecy derives a particularly persuasive 446 I, 4,40 | particularly true whenever one descends from the "mountain" with 447 II, 3,69 | a precise and systematic description of its plan of continuing 448 Intro, 0,7 | 4). Such a life "in the desert" is an invitation to their 449 III, 0,73 | understand in depth the designs of Providence. He calls 450 III, 1,75 | by seeing their culture despised, faces frightened by constant 451 II, 2,59 | to God the Father after destroying every rule and every authority 452 III, 1,79 | accustoms them to being detached from things, even from many 453 II, 2,60 | of the charism itself and determines its nature, purpose and 454 III, 1,82 | such a purpose was not the determining factor, concern and care 455 II, 1,51 | dimension of problems will not detract from the richness of particular 456 II, 1,53 | into themselves, to the detriment of the consecrated life 457 II, 1,46 | of ecclesial communion, developing into a spirituality of communion, 458 Conclu, 0,105| great gift and gratefully devotes herself to promoting it 459 I, 4,38 | temptations which sometimes, by diabolical deceit, present themselves 460 I, 3,30 | further consecration, however, differs in a special way from baptismal 461 III, 1,75 | minimum conditions for a dignified life.The consecrated life 462 II, 3,71 | each member should study diligently the spirit, history and 463 Conclu, 0,112| light which will never grow dim.We ask you this, that in 464 III, 1,75 | Lord's countenance does not diminish their commitment on behalf 465 II, 3,70 | inflexibility, self-centredness or diminished enthusiasm. At this point 466 II, 1,56 | if lay persons take on a directive role, they will be accountable 467 III, 2,89 | the service of the most disadvantaged people on earth! How many 468 II, 3,63 | which even run the risk of disappearing altogether. The universal 469 II, 3,70 | temptation to give in to disappointment because of meagre results. 470 III, 2,90 | injustices, of hopes and disappointments, of striking victories and 471 I, 4,36 | life can be more readily discerned and more fervently put into 472 I, 0,14 | familiarissime celebrata, ab eius discipulis ipso praesente concupita: 473 III, 2,91 | Indeed, the Son's attitude discloses the mystery of human freedom 474 III, 2,92 | Contrary to the spirit of discord and division, authority 475 I, 2,27 | and sisters who are often discouraged and pessimistic about the 476 III, 1,79 | persons themselves: the values discovered in the different civilizations 477 II, 3,70 | apostolic life, but also at discovering the special characteristics 478 II, 1,51 | places of hope and of the discovery of the Beatitudes, where 479 Intro, 0,4 | of Bishops which met to discuss the theme "The Consecrated 480 III, 1,75 | free history from all that disfigures it.The quest for divine 481 III, 1,75 | disfigured by hunger, faces disillusioned by political promises, faces 482 I, 0,15 | faith and to avoid being dismayed at his disfigured face on 483 II, 1,56 | involvement causes uneasiness and disorientation at the personal or community 484 III, 3,97 | enterprise of education, never disparaging human values but rather 485 II, 2,59 | more authority to grant dispensations from enclosure for just 486 III, 1,79 | ad gentes" and "does not dispense from evangelization".~ 487 III, 4,101 | Life should feel itself dispensed from working for this cause. 488 Conclu, 0,111| the people of our time, dispensers of mercy, heralds of your 489 II, 2,62 | so-called new Foundations, which display new characteristics compared 490 II, 1,46 | particularly strong centrifugal and disruptive forces at work today.A distinctive 491 I, 3,31 | consecrated life each presuppose a distinct vocation and a specific 492 II, 1,52 | graces; then there will be distinctions of glory. Unity, both here 493 II, 3,63 | Thus it is necessary to distinguish the historical destiny of 494 II, 1,46 | the baptized, is generally distinguished by special forms of cooperation 495 I, 2,24 | the weakness of the flesh distract your eyes from the splendour 496 III, 1,82 | Paulinus of Nola, after distributing his belongings to the poor 497 III, 4,100 | themselves involved? The wound of disunity still existing between believers 498 III, 2,88 | often treating it as a mere diversion and a consumer good and, 499 II, 1,52 | a plural unity. All our diversities, which make manifest the 500 II, 1,41 | grace, which overcomes the divisive tendencies present in the


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