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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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501 Conclu, 0,109| faith "see" God, people docile to the working of the Holy 502 II, 1,58 | women to be given the title "Doctor of the Church", and to so 503 II, 1,53 | country. In the spirit of the document Mutuae Relationes, these 504 Conclu, 0,108| possess, to seek pleasure, to dominate. Do not forget the charisms 505 I, 4,36 | God, as is said of Saint Dominic,so that he or she can taste 506 I, 0,14 | on the mountain."ab ipso Domino familiarissime celebrata, 507 I, 3,32 | rightly considers it the "door" of the whole consecrated 508 II, 3,68 | this plan of formation is doubly important: as a result of 509 II, 1,51 | Beatitudes, where love, drawing strength from prayer, the 510 III, 2,94 | joyful sharing of the riches drawn from the word of God, thanks 511 III, 1,83 | ill, and to the victims of drug abuse and the new contagious 512 II, 3,71 | with all one's might" (cf. Dt 6:5), and one's neighbour 513 III, 4,101 | pleasant it is when brothers dwell in unity (cf. Ps 133), cordial 514 II, 1,45 | the new Jerusalem, "the dwelling of God with men" (Rev 21: 515 II, 1,41 | community in which the Trinity dwells, in order to extend in history 516 III, 1,83 | of living, suffering and dying of the people of our day. 517 III, 3,99 | correct understanding of the dynamics underlying the media and 518 Intro, 0,12 | have not supplanted the earlier ones. Amid such wide variety 519 I, 2,26 | commitment and witness. In the early Church, the expectation 520 II, 3,68 | Church.~The Synod Fathers earnestly asked all Institutes of 521 I, 2 | II. BETWEEN EASTER AND FULFILMENT~ 522 II, 1,43 | individualism, it is not an easy thing to foster recognition 523 I, 0,15 | world; consequently they can echo in a particular way the 524 I, 4,35 | of the Synod of Bishops echoed this conviction: "Throughout 525 II, 3,64 | formation in countries which are economically poorer. The recruitment 526 I, 0,16 | three disciples caught up in ecstasy hear the Father's call to 527 I, 0,15 | in a particular way the ecstatic words spoken by Peter: " 528 Conclu, 0,109| commitment to God, in mutual edification and mutual support! Despite 529 II, 1,58 | great task of helping to educate the woman of today.~ 530 III, 2,88 | incentive in the task of educating to that chastity which corresponds 531 II, 3,66 | Christ and the Spirit, is the educator par excellence of those 532 I, 4,38 | into a frantic quest for efficiency, as if apostolic service 533 Conclu, 0,104| invest one's life in a more efficient and reasonable way for the 534 Conclu, 0,104| which might be used more efficiently for a greater good, for 535 II, 3,71 | prepares them for constant effort in the apostolate, as the 536 Conclu, 0,112| Lord, in the year 1996, the eighteenth of my Pontificate.~ ~ 537 I, 0,14 | familiarissime celebrata, ab eius discipulis ipso praesente 538 III, 0,73 | will also contribute to elaborating and putting into effect 539 II, 1,42 | Institutes are called to elect Superiors according to the 540 I, 4,38 | need to be purified and elevated in the light of the Gospel. 541 III, 3,97 | but rather confirming and elevating them. Thus do consecrated 542 III, 1,80 | it can, through dialogue, elicit a positive reaction in people' 543 III, 1,78 | and new motivation, and elicits faithfulness. For its part, 544 III, 0,72 | his brothers and sisters.eligious life, moreover, continues 545 II, 1,57 | in the Church, can help eliminate certain one-sided perspectives 546 III, 2,89 | turn will be committed to eliminating structures of oppression 547 III, 1,75 | life thus shows, with the eloquence of works, that divine charity 548 III, 4,102 | dialogue of life"which embodies a basic model of mission 549 III, 2,93 | marked by specific spiritual emphases and choices of apostolate, 550 I, 4,36 | life which merit particular emphasis today.~In the first place, 551 III, 3,97 | this reason that the Synod emphatically urged consecrated persons 552 II, 2,59 | cloistered nuns share in Christ's emptying of himself by means of a 553 II, 2,59 | with the Lord. Choosing an enclosed space where they will live 554 II, 2,59 | grant dispensations from enclosure for just and sufficient 555 II, 3,69 | persons with a programme which encompasses their whole life. None are 556 Intro, 0,3 | number of Institutes are encountering in some parts of the world 557 III, 2,95 | heart eager to learn and encourages growth in faithfulness.Confident 558 II, 1,56 | ecclesial movements does not endanger the charism or discipline 559 II, 3,63 | certain local Churches are endangered. As has already occurred 560 Intro, 0,13 | struggle, in which well-meaning endeavours have not always met with 561 I, 1,19 | guided by the Spirit on an endless journey of purification, 562 Intro, 0,6 | men and women, capable of endowing history with hidden fruitfulness 563 Conclu, 0,104| incarnate God, the God who endured suffering, the God who is 564 Conclu, 0,111| the glory of your name. Enfold them with your power, enabling 565 III, 1,78 | to the lay vocation, can engage in the valuable work of 566 III, 2,92 | Spirit, each individual engages in a fruitful dialogue with 567 I, 0,14 | The disciples who have enjoyed this intimacy with the Master, 568 II, 1,42 | with others; and each one enjoys the fruits of the other' 569 III, 2,86 | martyrs for Christ. They enlighten us by their example, they 570 Intro, 0,13 | Vatican Council, which was an enlightening point of reference for subsequent 571 III, 3,97 | that faith in Jesus Christ enlightens the whole enterprise of 572 III, 2,85 | Thus will they be able to enrich the other faithful with 573 I, 0,16 | Son of God, accepted in entering this world."By embracing 574 III, 3,97 | Christ enlightens the whole enterprise of education, never disparaging 575 Conclu, 0,110| transfiguration of the world.As it enters the new Millennium, may 576 II, 1,49 | particular Church in its entirety. It is his task to discern 577 II, 1,51 | unjust world~51. The Church entrusts to communities of consecrated 578 I, 2,23 | of the divine love which envelops him, sustains him and fills 579 III, 1,79 | persons and attention to the environment.~A genuine inculturation 580 I, 0,14 | gloriam cum vidissent qui cum eo in monte sancto erant, continuo 581 Conclu, 0,105| in the whirlpool of the ephemeral. "Without this concrete 582 III, 4,102 | of women. In view of the equality and authentic complementarity 583 III, 3,96 | work of other educators.~Equipped with this charism, consecrated 584 III, 1,78 | appropriate means to foster an equitable distribution of the various 585 I, 0,14 | qui cum eo in monte sancto erant, continuo Petrus ... optimum 586 Intro, 0,6 | of it, both cenobitic and eremetical. In its present form, inspired 587 III, 1,82 | leaves God to serve God".erving the poor is an act of evangelization 588 I, 0,14 | iudicavit in hoc semper esse" (Ad Fratres de Monte Dei, 589 I, 3,31 | the Spirit. It is he who establishes the Church as an organic 590 III, 1,79 | have been successful in establishing contact with the most diverse 591 I, 0,14 | caught up in the horizon of eternity, are immediately brought 592 III, 3,99 | the media and a careful ethical assessment of their programmes, 593 II, 1,51 | s world is torn apart by ethnic hatred or senseless violence. 594 I, 2,23 | with whom, according to the Evangelist Luke, Jesus speaks "of his 595 III, 1,83 | part of their mission is to evangelize the health-care centres 596 III, 1,81 | were themselves profoundly evangelized, shows that in order to 597 III, 1,81 | The memory of the great evangelizers, both men and women, who 598 I, 3,34 | footsteps of Mary, the New Eve, consecrated persons express 599 II, 1,53 | not only help to overcome eventual limits but which create 600 II, 3,67 | culture in which they will eventually work. On the other hand, 601 | everywhere 602 Intro, 0,3 | of its witness are clear evidence — if any were needed — that 603 III, 2,84 | who speak for God against evil and sin. Prophetic witness 604 III, 1,80 | Tradition amidst the constant evolution of cultures".~ 605 Conclu, 0,110| and glorified, poor and exalted, will be the full and lasting 606 II, 1,56 | necessary for all this to be examined and regulated by special 607 Intro, 0,12 | has the responsibility of examining them in order to discern 608 II, 1,47 | Significantly, "the more excellent way" (1 Cor 12:31), the " 609 II, 2,61 | and obligations, with the exception of those which stem from 610 Intro, 0,12 | harmful fragmentation into excessively small groups. In other cases 611 III, 4,102 | the way for more profound exchanges.A particular field for successful 612 III, 1,75 | of the Transfiguration, exclaims: "Lord, it is well that 613 Conclu, 0,104| needs of the poor as an excuse, complained about such waste, 614 III, 1,82 | can be considered a living exegesis of Jesus' words: "As you 615 I, 1,22 | existence.~Jesus is the exemplar of obedience, who came down 616 II, 1,52 | practise a fraternity which is exemplary and which will serve to 617 I, 3,34 | acceptance of God's gift, exemplified by Mary.God's people, for 618 II, 1,49 | rightful autonomy, or even the exemption which a number of them enjoy, 619 III, 1,80 | acceptance in diversity and of exercising authority, and when they 620 Intro, 0,12 | founding charisms continue to exert, even on the present generation. 621 II, 1,52 | from others ... In this exile, the Church is still on 622 Conclu, 0,104| such questions have always existed, as is eloquently demonstrated 623 I, 4,40 | uses the term "departure" (éxodos): "they spoke about his 624 III, 1,78 | order to consolidate and expand the Kingdom of Christ, bringing 625 II, 1,47 | advancing the missionary expansion of the Gospel. The vigorous 626 II, 3,64 | results do not always match expectations and efforts. Thus, while 627 II, 3,64 | material energies are being expended in the sphere of vocational 628 II, 1,43 | these years of change and experimentation, the need to revise this 629 II, 1,46 | persons are asked to be true experts of communion and to practise 630 II, 2,59 | elements of sacrifice and expiation, takes on the aspect of 631 III, 1,75 | convinced of this when he explained to the Daughters of Charity 632 II, 3,68 | regions; on the other hand, it explains to consecrated persons how 633 I, 4,38 | adored: in theology, so as to exploit fully its own sapiential 634 II, 1,58 | discrimination, violence and exploitation".here is reason to hope 635 II, 1,48 | has been systematically explored and codified in various 636 III, 1,77 | God.The desire so often expresssed by Theresa of Lisieux, " 637 II, 1,50 | communion and cooperation be extended to the whole Church", even 638 II, 3,70 | with greater generosity; it extends to others with greater serenity 639 I, 4,36 | they learn detachment from externals, from the tumult of the 640 Conclu, 0,112| world, that all peoples may extol the greatness of his name. 641 III, 2,90 | appreciated and even less extolled. In these various and complementary 642 III, 3,98 | path of asceticism which is extraordinarily timely, in the face of present-day 643 III, 1,82 | kindness it bends to the most extreme needs, then with much vigour 644 II, 1,55 | positive consequence will be to facilitate more intense cooperation 645 III, 1,82 | was not the determining factor, concern and care for the 646 III, 3,97 | ecclesiastical universities and faculties have in the field of education 647 II, 3,63 | decrease in numbers but by a failure to cling steadfastly to 648 III, 2,89 | private bodies to promote a fair distribution of international 649 I, 0,15 | his splendour: he is "the fairest of the sons of men" (Ps 650 III, 2,88 | necessary in order not to fall under the domination of 651 Conclu, 0,111| with trust after they have fallen; make them mirrors of the 652 I, 0,14 | mountain."ab ipso Domino familiarissime celebrata, ab eius discipulis 653 III, 2,94 | who do great works. From familiarity with God's word they draw 654 III, 1,78 | Gospel even to the most far-off regions.In fact, the history 655 I, 2,25 | Lk 2:49; Jn 4:34), held fast by Christ (cf. Jn 15:16; 656 Conclu, 0,105| people able to show the fatherly face of God and the motherly 657 I, 3,30 | evangelical counsels is especially favoured in that he reproduces in 658 I, 4,35 | prevent them from being fearful before the divine Majesty 659 II, 2,59 | emphasized, associations and federations of monasteries are to be 660 III, 0,74 | Church's various components, feeling that they are valued for 661 II, 1,58 | on them to promote a new feminism' which rejects the temptation 662 I, 4,36 | readily discerned and more fervently put into practice.Fundamental 663 III, 2,89 | poor! Consecrated persons fight to overcome hunger and its 664 I, 1,18 | Per Filium": in the footsteps of the 665 I, 3,29 | glory, though completely filling his mind and heart, does 666 III, 1,79 | are looking for and are finding in the history of individuals 667 I, 4,36 | heart unsatisfied by any finite love, and poverty nourishes 668 I, 2,26 | to "be plunged into the Fire of Love which burns in them 669 III, 1,78 | non-Christian religions are firmly established, the presence 670 II, 2,60 | deeply united with him, ?the firstborn among many brothers' (Rom 671 II, 3,65 | formation coincides with and fits well into a specific course 672 III, 0,74 | the active life with the flame ignited in contemplation. 673 III, 4,103 | subtle search for self or a flight into gnosticism. Every consecrated 674 II, 3,64 | the consecrated life to flourish in many nations, we must 675 Conclu, 0,108| number of saints who have flourished in this way of life; consider 676 Intro, 0,6 | Christianity and which still flourishes in their territories, especially 677 Intro, 0,6 | profession, the demands flowing from baptismal participation 678 I, 0,15 | you, to make you the one focus of our lives! Truly those 679 II, 2,62 | them, and the apostolate focuses on the demands of the new 680 I, 1,21 | imitation of Christ, whose food was to do the Father's will ( 681 III, 1,75 | encouragement using all your forbearance and ability to teach. Work, 682 III, 2,90 | reason evangelical poverty forcefully challenges the idolatry 683 II, 1,46 | love will give power and forcefulness to their apostolic activity 684 I, 4,35 | Kingdom of God is first and foremost a call to complete conversion, 685 III, 1,81 | great immediate progress is foreseen or in other areas where 686 I, 2,26 | the consecrated life is a foreshadowing of the future Kingdom. The 687 I, 0,16 | all-encompassing commitment which foreshadows the eschatological perfection, 688 I, 2,26 | that consecration better "foretells the resurrected state and 689 II, 1,42 | 1-2), and an ability to forgive up to "seventy times seven" ( 690 III, 1,83 | should set up centres of formationand cooperate closely with those 691 II, 3,70 | immobility, can be a very formative experience. Often a time 692 II, 1,50 | following predetermined formats. It would be a great help 693 II, 3,66 | discerning the call and in forming the new man or woman, until 694 II, 1,53 | particularly helpful in formulating solutions which avoid misunderstandings 695 III, 2,91 | their shield and their fortress (cf. Ps 18:2). Thus they 696 I, 1,21 | soul" (Acts 4:32), is put forward as an eloquent witness to 697 II, 3,71 | and aims of the founder or foundress and to subsequently emerging 698 Intro, 0,12 | consequent risk of a harmful fragmentation into excessively small groups. 699 I, 1,20 | marvels wrought by God in the frail humanity of those who are 700 II, 1,53 | consecrated life within the framework of the Church's mission.~ 701 I, 4,38 | training can turn into a frantic quest for efficiency, as 702 II | CHAPTER II~SIGNUM FRATERNITATIS~CONSECRATED LIFE AS A SIGN ~ 703 I, 0,14 | in hoc semper esse" (Ad Fratres de Monte Dei, I, 1: PL 184, 704 III, 1,75 | foundation and stimulus of freely-given and active love. Saint Vincent 705 II, 3,66 | regularly and with a certain frequency.~Because sensitive tasks 706 II, 3,70 | to live to the full the freshness of their love and enthusiasm 707 III, 2,84 | courageous prophet and friend of God.He lived in God's 708 III, 2,94 | God "speaks to people as friends (cf. Ex 33:11; Jn 15:14- 709 III, 1,75 | culture despised, faces frightened by constant and indiscriminate 710 I, 3,34 | life, brings divine life to fruition within herself.The consecrated 711 II, 1,42 | discipleship, commit themselves to fulfilling the Lord's "new commandment", 712 II, 1,47 | and shows its providential function both in safeguarding the 713 III, 0,72 | to continue his mission. Fundamentally, this is true of every disciple. 714 III, 2,85 | fellowship and service; he furnishes and directs her with various 715 III, 3,99 | of social communications. Furthermore, consecrated persons, especially 716 III, 1,76 | others, going even to the furthest missionary outposts and 717 I, 1,18 | in order that they "may gain Christ" (Phil 3:8). They 718 III, 3,98 | initial formation or to the gaining of academic degrees and 719 II, 1,41 | formed around the Apostles, gathered in the praise of God and 720 I, 1,21 | proclaims the Incarnate Son, who gathers the redeemed into unity, 721 I, 4,38 | blessing and to see him (cf. Gen 32:23-31). In this episode 722 II, 2,59 | the contemplative life generates an extraordinary apostolic 723 II, 3,68 | its integrity by future generations, in different cultures and 724 II, 3,68 | in different cultures and geographical regions; on the other hand, 725 III, 1,75 | towel with which he was girded" (Jn 13:1-2,4-5).~In the 726 III, 1,75 | order to teach poor young girls, children, in general anybody 727 I, 1,17 | Father, the Creator and Giver of every good thing, who 728 I, 1,18 | glory (cf. Heb 1:3), we glimpse the depths of an eternal 729 II, 1,51 | fraternity, an openness to the global dimension of problems will 730 II, 1,51 | age characterized by the globalization of problems and the return 731 I, 0,14 | cuius transfigurationis gloriam cum vidissent qui cum eo 732 III, 4,103 | for self or a flight into gnosticism. Every consecrated person 733 II, 1,42 | fraternal communion is a God-enlightened space in which to experience 734 Conclu, 0,104| completely transformed into the God-man, who is the supreme Beloved".~ 735 II, 3,64 | and see" (Jn 1:39), is the golden rule of pastoral work for 736 III, 2,95 | the gift of his love on Golgotha, the banquet which nourishes 737 II, 2,60 | exercise of Holy Orders, are governed by clerics, and as such 738 II, 2,62 | persons share in the duties of governing according to the responsibilities 739 III, 0,74 | effective communion among those graced with different charisms 740 I, 1,17 | devotion.The experience of this gracious love of God is so deep and 741 III, 3,96 | Institute, and their profound grasp of spiritual truth (cf. 742 I, 4,36 | freedom which allows him to be grasped by the Spirit".As a result, 743 II, 3,63 | universal Church is profoundly grateful for the great contribution 744 III, 1,82 | consecrated life, since, as Saint Gregory the Great says, "when charity 745 III, 3,99 | their "joys and hopes, their griefs and anxieties",and thus 746 II, 1,47 | supra-diocesan character, grounded in their special relation 747 I, 1,21 | counsels with a love which grows ever more genuine and strong 748 III, 2,85 | this exchange of gifts, guaranteed by full harmony with the 749 III, 4,103 | which the Church is the guardian and interpreter, the consecrated 750 III, 3,99 | the development of healthy habits in their use.In this work 751 Conclu, 0,104| wiped his feet with her hair; and the house was filled 752 III, 1,83 | elderly, and those who are handicapped, marginalized, or terminally 753 I, 1,18 | Annunciation: "Behold, I am the handmaid of the Lord; let it be done 754 III, 3,98 | Christian culture. The same has happened every time the light of 755 III, 2,86 | violent groups, or have been harassed while engaged in missionary 756 II, 3,70 | accept purification and hardship as essential to the following 757 II, 1,56 | its internal life is not harmed.his voluntary service, which 758 Intro, 0,12 | the consequent risk of a harmful fragmentation into excessively 759 II, 3,64 | unceasingly to the Lord of the harvest, that he will send workers 760 II, 1,51 | is torn apart by ethnic hatred or senseless violence. Placed 761 I, 0,16 | living images of Christ the Head and Shepherd who guides 762 II, 1,45 | and in which wounds are healed through forgiveness, and 763 III, 1,83 | mission is to evangelize the health-care centres in which they work, 764 Intro, 0,13 | great gift.In an attitude of heartfelt openness towards the Synod 765 III, 2,88 | the prospect of the new heavens and the new earth (cf. Rev 766 II, 3,63 | of vocations are weighing heavily on the consecrated life 767 III, 2,88 | first challenge is that of a hedonistic culture which separates 768 III, 2,89 | which craves possessions, heedless of the needs and sufferings 769 Intro, 0,6 | Western monasticism is the heir of the great number of men 770 Intro, 0,6 | or in the solitude of the hermitage.he West too from the first 771 III, 4,102 | all by consecrated women.hese and other ways in which 772 I, 1,18 | comparison with which they do not hesitate to count all things as " 773 Intro, 0,6 | of heart, the quest for hesychia or interior peace, ceaseless 774 III, 2,90 | to the full their life "hid with Christ in God" (Col 775 III, 2,85 | with various gifts, both hierarchical and charismatic".~ 776 II, 1,46 | of cooperation with the Hierarchy.In a specific way, through 777 II, 2,59 | communities, set like cities on a hilltop or lights on a lampstand ( 778 I, 2,25 | the obstacles which could hinder the totality of their response. 779 I, 0,14 | optimum sibi iudicavit in hoc semper esse" (Ad Fratres 780 I, 1,17 | comparable to a genuine holocaust.~ 781 Intro, 0,3 | journey towards the heavenly home.~ 782 Conclu, 0,112| sisters towards our heavenly homeland and the light which will 783 Conclu, 0,107| sacramental life, will create homes where vocations are welcomed.~ 784 II, 1,46 | allegiance which must be lived honestly and clearly testified to 785 III, 2,88 | growing need for interior honesty in human relationships.~ 786 Conclu, 0,107| to be considered a great honour — as it always has been — 787 III, 2,86 | of these men and women, honouring them as martyrs for Christ. 788 Intro, 0,13 | Christians of Antioch, and I am hopeful that it will meet with the 789 I, 0,14 | it were caught up in the horizon of eternity, are immediately 790 III, 3,98 | persons can broaden the horizons of narrow human aspirations 791 I, 4,38 | human values in a merely horizontal direction. Sharing in the 792 III, 1,82 | of his monastery above a hospice for the poor. He rejoiced 793 Intro, 0,5 | history of the Church: the host of founders and foundresses, 794 II, 3,70 | uniting oneself to the supreme hour of the Lord's Passion, the 795 III, 1,75 | spiritually poor, in their houses and elsewhere, in order 796 III, 3,98 | the development of a new humanistic and Christian culture. The 797 III, 2,89 | voluntary associations and humanitarian organizations; and they 798 III, 1,75 | 1:14), lowering himself, humbling himself in order to serve 799 Conclu, 0,112| their work for the poor, the hungry, those without hope, the 800 III, 1,75 | anguished faces of minors, the hurt and humiliated faces of 801 Intro, 0,8 | growth of the People of God.hus there is good reason to 802 I, 3,32 | will take neither wife nor husband, but will be like the angels 803 III, 2,88 | people, engaged couples, husbands and wives and Christian 804 I, 3,29 | the consecrated life. The idea of a Church made up only 805 III, 3,98 | emerging in the world of ideas, in new areas as well as 806 II, 3,65 | Formation is a path of gradual identification with the attitude of Christ 807 III, 1,82 | independence vis-à-vis political ideologies, consecrated persons will 808 II, 1,51 | problems and the return of the idols of nationalism, international 809 II, 1,46 | sentire cum Ecclesia of Saint Ignatius Loyola,and the joyful profession 810 III, 0,74 | active life with the flame ignited in contemplation. Thus, 811 II, 3,68 | of faith in a world which ignores his presence, but will also 812 III, 1,83 | marginalized, or terminally ill, and to the victims of drug 813 II, 3,70 | such as physical or mental illness, spiritual aridity, deaths, 814 II, 3,66 | accomplished. They will combine the illumination of spiritual wisdom with 815 III, 4,103 | which are for the most part illusory and often involve a denial 816 II, 1,47 | history of spirituality amply illustrates this bond and shows its 817 I, 3,32 | the world,"they strive to imbue everything with an evangelical 818 I, 2,28 | from the moment of her Immaculate Conception, most perfectly 819 I, 3,30 | and dynamic unity.Also of immeasurable value is the contribution 820 III, 1,80 | of history were able to immerse themselves in their time 821 II, 3,70 | caused by sickness or forced immobility, can be a very formative 822 II, 2,59 | the eschatological Church immutable in its possession and contemplation 823 II, 3,68 | suitable programmes, aimed at imparting a genuine preparation for 824 Conclu, 0,109| renewal of their lives.An impassioned love of Jesus Christ is 825 III, 2,87 | poverty and obedience, impelling the Church, and consecrated 826 III, 3,99 | and personnel, in order to implement joint projects in all sectors 827 III, 0,74 | helps us to see the true implications of problems and allows them 828 I, 4,35 | whom we must assiduously implore God. The Institutes of Consecrated 829 III, 2,88 | what many have believed impossible becomes, with the Lord's 830 III, 2,87 | counsels, far from involving an impoverishment of truly human values, leads 831 I, 1,20 | seals which the Trinity impresses upon history, so that people 832 III, 3,99 | media. The media, thanks to impressive developments in technology, 833 II, 3,70 | enable them to give a fresh impulse and new motivations to their 834 Intro, 0,12 | spiritual and apostolic impulses. Their vitality must be 835 III, 3,99 | done in order to offset the inappropriate use of the media and to 836 II, 1,41 | cf. Mk 3:13-15). He thus inaugurated the new family which down 837 Intro, 0,10 | are recognized as being incardinated in the Institute, consecrate 838 Conclu, 0,104| technocratic culture which is inclined to assess the importance 839 I, 4,40 | its meaning. It inevitably includes everything that pertains 840 Intro, 0,2 | God in Christ is in no way incompatible with any human culture or 841 II, 2,62 | formation and the manner of incorporation into the community. They 842 III, 1,82 | life, and maintaining their independence vis-à-vis political ideologies, 843 II, 3,70 | It should be added that, independently of the different stages 844 I, 3,29 | Jesus himself chose and indicated as an absolute eschatological 845 III, 3,98 | have studied and defended indigenous cultures. The need to contribute 846 III, 1,75 | frightened by constant and indiscriminate violence, the anguished 847 I, 3,29 | the evangelical counsels indisputably belongs to the life and 848 I, 1,20 | light; I am caught up in its ineffable splendour; I am taken outside 849 II, 3,65 | in one's vocation is the inescapable duty of all who have been 850 I, 4,40 | expresses its meaning. It inevitably includes everything that 851 I, 1,19 | they press on towards the inexhaustible Source of light. The consecrated 852 III, 3,98 | sense of marginalization and inferiority, or encouraging superficiality 853 II, 1,44 | when for reasons of age or infirmity they have had to abandon 854 II, 3,70 | the times, or by forms of inflexibility, self-centredness or diminished 855 III, 3,98 | Life have always had great influence in the formation and transmission 856 II, 1,50 | both men and women, can inform Bishops about the apostolic 857 III, 1,82 | marvellous and sometimes ingenious examples. Saint Paulinus 858 III, 1,79 | expression is so deeply ingrained that religion often represents 859 III, 1,80 | to point out all that is inhuman; it bears witness that God 860 III, 1,79 | and courageous efforts to initiate dialogue, they have been 861 II, 3,67 | Societies of Apostolic Life. Initiation into the hardships and joys 862 III, 2,91 | aberrant consequences of injustice and even violence, in the 863 III, 3,96 | Spirit, who penetrates the innermost depths of every human heart 864 I, 1,19 | Risen Lord.With penetrating insight, the Fathers of the Church 865 I, 4,35 | become aware of their own insignificance and experience a sense of 866 III, 1,75 | Preach the word of God, be insistent both when it is timely and 867 III, 4,103 | many places, this search is insistently emerging as a response to 868 III, 2,88 | of idolatry of the sexual instinct. The consequences of this 869 III, 2,88 | domination of the senses and instincts. Consecrated chastity thus 870 II, 3,68 | soon as possible a ratio institutionis, that is, a formation programme 871 III, 3,96 | can offer to young people, instructing them in a way that is full 872 II, 1,48 | own discipline and to keep intact its spiritual and apostolic 873 II, 3,65 | attention to the harmonious integration of all its various aspects. 874 III, 3,98 | consecrated persons in an abstract intellectualism, or confine them within 875 II, 3,71 | therefore keep themselves as intellectually open and adaptable as possible, 876 II, 2,62 | such experiences in no way intends to underestimate this particular 877 I, 1,21 | person lives with particular intensity the Trinitarian and Christological 878 II, 3,67 | interior harmony, of the interaction between love of God and 879 III, 2,86 | us by their example, they intercede that we may be faithful, 880 III, 2,84 | passing by in silence; he interceded for the people and boldly 881 I, 2,24 | sacrifice by constantly interceding for the needs of their brothers 882 Intro, 0,4 | any others who might be interested — the wondrous things which 883 II, 1,51 | conflicting passions and interests, seeking unity but uncertain 884 II, 2,59 | works to the advantage of interiorizing Gospel values (cf. Jn 13: 885 III, 0,74 | sometimes, from what we see interiorly, contemplation should more 886 II, 3,70 | deaths, difficulties in interpersonal relations, strong temptations, 887 Intro, 0,9 | Holy Spirit, successfully interpreted the signs of the times and 888 III, 4,103 | Church is the guardian and interpreter, the consecrated person 889 III, 3,99 | Christ to our contemporaries, interpreting their "joys and hopes, their 890 III, 1,82 | that prayer is not really interrupted, because "one leaves God 891 II, 2,62 | times. A sign of this divine intervention is to be found in the so-called 892 II, 1,50 | not only were there many interventions on the doctrine of communion, 893 II, 3,69 | contemplative life, is an intrinsic requirement of religious 894 Intro | INTRODUCTION~ 895 III, 2,94 | acquire a kind of supernatural intuition, which allows them to avoid 896 II, 1,55 | offer Religious families the invaluable contribution of their "being 897 I, 1,18 | Jesus, the "image of the invisible God" (Col 1:15) and the 898 II, 2,62 | generosity, attentive to God's invitations revealed through the signs 899 Conclu, 0,112| Invocation of the Blessed Virgin Mary~ 900 Intro, 0,7 | the present age by their inward and outward separation from 901 II, 3,66 | dialogue, a practice of irreplaceable and commendable effectiveness 902 III, 3,98 | commitment to study does not isolate consecrated persons in an 903 Intro, 0,3 | consecrated life is not something isolated and marginal, but a reality 904 II, 3,69 | live in self-sufficient isolation. At no stage of life can 905 II, 2,61 | problems connected with this issue; it is necessary to await 906 I, 0,14 | Petrus ... optimum sibi iudicavit in hoc semper esse" (Ad 907 I, 4,38 | this spiritual combat in Jacob's wrestling with the mystery 908 II, 3,64 | efforts of everyone, not jeopardizing, but rather supporting, 909 I, 1,19 | let myself be seduced" (Jer 20:7). It is the Spirit 910 I, 1,19 | experience of the Prophet Jeremiah: "You have seduced me, Lord, 911 I, 3,30 | who have been chosen and joins their oblation to the sacrifice 912 I, 2,28 | Having lived with Jesus and Joseph in the hidden years of Nazareth, 913 I, 4,36 | their personal spiritual journeys and in their lives of communion 914 Conclu, 0,104| ointment" (Jn 12:3). When Judas, using the needs of the 915 Intro, 0,12 | Their vitality must be judged by the authority of the 916 II, 3,67 | gradually to develop a critical judgement, based on the Gospel, regarding 917 II, 1,42 | them as they are, without "judging" them (cf. Mt 7:1-2), and 918 II, 3,64 | some parts of the world justifies optimism and hope, the lack 919 II, 1,49 | them enjoy, in order to justify choices which actually conflict 920 III, 2,88 | of social communication, justifying a kind of idolatry of the 921 II, 1,45 | it in ways which are in keeping with the nature of each 922 III, 2,84 | powerful of the world (cf. 1 Kg 18-19). In the history of 923 I, 1,20 | the force of Christ the King and the boundless power 924 III, 3,98 | reaches out to all those who, knowingly or not, are searching for 925 Intro, 0,13 | the fruits of the Synod's labours, in this Apostolic Exhortation 926 II, 1,48 | Bishop. A Diocese which lacked the consecrated life would 927 I, 2,23 | feel called to follow the Lamb, once sacrificed and now 928 II, 2,59 | a hilltop or lights on a lampstand (cf. Mt 5:14-15), visibly 929 II, 1,51 | persons of different ages, languages and cultures meet as brothers 930 | last 931 II, 3,70 | youthfulness of spirit which lasts through time; it arises 932 Conclu, 0,106| which renowned saints have launched in their following of Christ. 933 II, 1,57 | true blessing the gifts lavished by God upon both men and 934 III, 1,78 | structures and the very laws which regulate it. Moreover, 935 II, 3,64 | the temptation to practise lax and unwise recruitment. 936 II, 1,55 | aspects of the charism, leading to a more spiritual interpretation 937 III, 1,82 | interrupted, because "one leaves God to serve God".erving 938 III, 3,99 | Institutes, should willingly lend their help, wherever pastorally 939 III, 3,98 | present-day cultural diversity. A lessened commitment to study can 940 Intro, 0,13 | spirit which inspired the letter sent by the Council of Jerusalem 941 II, 3,71 | neighbour as oneself (cf. Lev 19:18; Mt 22:37-39). Love 942 II, 1,57 | from Christ a message of liberation, the Church has the mission 943 Conclu, 0,109| and women of our time to lift their eyes, not to let themselves 944 I, 0,15 | no fear". And when they lifted up their eyes, they saw 945 Conclu, 0,109| ray of divine beauty to lighten the path of human existence. 946 II, 2,59 | the brethren, where the limitation of space and contacts works 947 II, 1,53 | help to overcome eventual limits but which create a valid 948 III, 2,84 | their lives, with their lips and with their actions, 949 III, 1,77 | expresssed by Theresa of Lisieux, "to love you and make you 950 II, 1,57 | heard. Those voices were listened to and appreciated. Thanks 951 III, 3,99 | aimed at training discerning listeners and expert communicators, 952 I, 4,38 | involves great fidelity to liturgical and personal prayer, to 953 I, 3,30 | For this reason, as the liturgies of the East and West testify 954 II, 1,46 | foundresses we see a constant and lively sense of the Church, which 955 I, 0,15 | was still speaking, when lo, a bright cloud overshadowed 956 I, 4,38 | that we will refuse to be locked in a struggle without love 957 Conclu, 0,107| in accordance with the loftiest spiritual realities.I pray 958 II, 3,64 | the basis of an active and long-term involvement in their pastoral 959 III, 2,89 | young people and those no longer young to become builders 960 II, 1,41 | to which the Church has looked whenever she has sought 961 Intro, 0,4 | order to bear fruit for the Lordin the growth of fraternity 962 Intro, 0,8 | mountain, bear witness to God's lordship over history and anticipate 963 III, 2,90 | the developed world risks losing the sense of proportion 964 III, 2,91 | consoling message: "The lovers of your law have great peace; 965 III, 1,75 | became flesh (cf. Jn 1:14), lowering himself, humbling himself 966 II, 2,60 | for all, especially the lowliest, the neediest; brothers 967 I, 0,14 | see "Jesus only", in the lowliness of his human nature, and 968 II, 1,46 | Ecclesia of Saint Ignatius Loyola,and the joyful profession 969 II, 1,45 | community will be revealed as a luminous sign of the new Jerusalem, " 970 III, 0,74 | confusion and discouragement, lurks always near. Today as yesterday, 971 III, 1,82 | their choice of life, and maintaining their independence vis-à-vis 972 III, 1,80 | If the consecrated life maintains its prophetic impact, it 973 I, 4,35 | fearful before the divine Majesty which overshadows them. 974 II, 1,48 | is characteristic of the majority of Institutes.There is a 975 II, 1,58 | of imitating models of ?male domination', in order to 976 III, 3,97 | of the most significant manifestations of that motherhood which 977 III, 2,88 | the power of God's love manifested in the weakness of the human 978 II, 1,47 | by the very fact that the manifold charisms of their respective 979 I, 4,37 | Constitutions provide a map for the whole journey of 980 Conclu, 0,112| at Saint Peter's, on 25 March, the Solemnity of the Annunciation 981 III, 1,82 | oppressed, those on the margin of society, the elderly, 982 Intro, 0,3 | not something isolated and marginal, but a reality which affects 983 III, 3,98 | giving rise to a sense of marginalization and inferiority, or encouraging 984 III, 4,103 | cultural forces which tend to marginalize the religious dimension 985 II, 1,56 | which work with those on the margins of society and which have 986 I, 3,32 | esteem for the vocation to marriage, which makes spouses "witnesses 987 III, 2,86 | deserve to be inscribed in the Martyrology of the twentieth century, 988 III, 2,86 | women, honouring them as martyrs for Christ. They enlighten 989 III, 1,82 | consecrated life is rich with marvellous and sometimes ingenious 990 II, 3,64 | the results do not always match expectations and efforts. 991 III, 2,89 | challenge today is that of a materialism which craves possessions, 992 III, 1,75 | him in the person of the materially and spiritually poor, in 993 II, 2,62 | consecrated" in the Sacrament of Matrimony.However, by reason of the 994 I, 0,16 | then, it is not only a matter of following Christ with 995 II, 3,65 | personal responsibility for maturing in one's vocation is the 996 II, 3,70 | disappointment because of meagre results. Middle-aged consecrated 997 I, 4,36 | This specific aspect is meant to take shape and develop 998 I, 0,16 | world, the foundation and measure of the value of all created 999 II, 3,63 | a collapse which is not measured by a decrease in numbers 1000 III, 1,83 | to make the practice of medicine more human, and increase


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