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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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1001 III, 2,94 | for consecrated persons to meditate regularly on the Gospel 1002 III, 1,77 | Francis Xavier that many, "meditating on what the Lord God will 1003 III, 1,79 | walked among us in love and meekness. In this sense the consecrated 1004 III, 2,88 | is a witness which also meets a growing need for interior 1005 I, 1,22 | truly constitutes a living memorial of Jesus' way of living 1006 Intro, 0,9 | families of Canons Regular, the Mendicant Orders, the Clerics Regular 1007 III, 2,94 | avoid being conformed to the mentality of this world, but rather 1008 II, 3,69 | religious consecration. As mentioned above, the formation process 1009 II, 1,44 | directors, confessors or mentors in prayer.~ 1010 Conclu, 0,111| greatness of your love, your merciful goodness and your beauty.~ 1011 III, 2,88 | often treating it as a mere diversion and a consumer 1012 II, 1,44 | continues to be worthwhile and meritorious, even when for reasons of 1013 II, 3,63 | not take away from their merits and the positive results 1014 II, 3,68 | the ability to establish a method characterized by spiritual 1015 III, 3,98 | culture. This was true in the Middle Ages, when monasteries became 1016 II, 3,70 | because of meagre results. Middle-aged consecrated persons must 1017 Conclu, 0,112| Teach them to proclaim the mighty things which the Lord accomplishes 1018 III, 1,75 | women, the tired faces of migrants who are not given a warm 1019 I, 4,35 | work, a kind of privileged milieu for absolute love of God 1020 II, 1,52 | fullness of the Gospel of love. Mindful of the spiritual friendship 1021 III, 1,75 | who are without even the minimum conditions for a dignified 1022 III, 1,75 | the anguished faces of minors, the hurt and humiliated 1023 I, 2,24 | arms, beautiful in his miracles, beautiful in his sufferings; 1024 III, 0,72 | equally necessary: both mirror Christ who is at one and 1025 II, 1,58 | temptation of imitating models of ?male domination', in 1026 I, 2,25 | also dress in a simple and modest manner, with an appropriate 1027 III, 1,78 | life in order to give new momentum to evangelization, either 1028 III, 2,90 | challenges the idolatry of money, making a prophetic appeal 1029 I, 4,38 | Eucharistic adoration, to monthly retreats and to spiritual 1030 II, 1,58 | fostering Christian doctrine and morals, family and social life, 1031 Intro, 0,8 | personal asceticism, prayer, mortification and the communion of fraternal 1032 II, 1,56 | always have supernaturally motivated intentions and, in their 1033 III, 1,78 | it new enthusiasm and new motivation, and elicits faithfulness. 1034 I, 1,19 | it is he who shapes and moulds the hearts of those who 1035 I, 2,27 | neither shall there be mourning nor crying nor pain any 1036 III, 1,81 | greater good of the Church".mportant elements enabling Institutes 1037 Intro, 0,3 | the Church's life and a muchneeded incentive towards ever greater 1038 I, 3,32 | the Kingdom of God to the multitudes, in his healing of the sick 1039 II, 1,53 | the spirit of the document Mutuae Relationes, these contacts 1040 I, 4,40 | everything that pertains to the mysterium Crucis. But this difficult " 1041 Intro, 0,8 | Christian asceticism and mysticism and will contribute to interreligious 1042 II, 1,58 | Church", and to so many other mystics for their exploration of 1043 III, 1,82 | suffers hunger, thirst and nakedness".he Gospel is made effective 1044 | namely 1045 III, 2,86 | endeavour by gathering the names of all those consecrated 1046 III, 3,98 | them within a suffocating narcissism; rather, it is an incentive 1047 Conclu, 0,104| costly ointment of pure nard and anointed the feet of 1048 III, 3,98 | broaden the horizons of narrow human aspirations and at 1049 I, 4,38 | aspirations of one's own nation or culture could lead to 1050 II, 1,50 | Superiorswere set up at the national level for the joint study 1051 III, 4,101 | devotion to the "one thing needful" (cf. Lk 10:42) — to the 1052 II, 3,67 | regarding the positive and negative values of their own culture 1053 III, 2,90 | conditions of life of the most neglected. There are many communities 1054 II, 2,62 | married state and, without neglecting their duties towards their 1055 II, 3,63 | concern for what the world neglects, and to respond generously 1056 III, 1,78 | which is "essential and never-ending"because it is addressed 1057 | next 1058 I, 4,35 | mission".The Fathers of the Ninth Assembly of the Synod of 1059 Conclu, 0,105| service of this or that noble cause, allow themselves 1060 III, 1,82 | examples. Saint Paulinus of Nola, after distributing his 1061 III, 1,78 | that in countries where non-Christian religions are firmly established, 1062 III, 1,78 | themselves to the mission among non-Christians, inside and outside their 1063 III, 1,77 | making present even among non-ChristiansChrist who is chaste, poor, obedient, 1064 III, 1,82 | hospitality — was always a normal part of every form of the 1065 Intro, 0,3 | reaffirmed this: "de re nostra agitur", "this is something 1066 II, 1,57 | This mission of theirs was noted by the Synod, in which many 1067 III, 2,91 | challenge comes from those notions of freedom which separate 1068 III, 2,92 | and the common desirenotwithstanding differences of race and 1069 II, 3,64 | spiritual direction, in order to nourish that personal response of 1070 I, 1,20 | and what I have become. O wonder! I am vigilant, I 1071 II, 1,42 | the Spirit to those who obediently listen to the Gospel. It 1072 III, 2,92 | all. Moreover, those who obey have the guarantee of truly 1073 II, 3,71 | every stage of life, the object of formation is the whole 1074 II, 3,71 | updating the methods and objectives of apostolic works in fidelity 1075 II, 2,61 | having equal rights and obligations, with the exception of those 1076 II, 1,52 | belong to one of them by observance, but to all of them by charity. 1077 I, 4,35 | Bishops made a significant observation in this regard: "Holy men 1078 II, 1,47 | unthinkable — as the Synod Fathers observed — without the contribution 1079 III, 3,99 | free themselves from an obsessive interest in "the form of 1080 Conclu, 0,112| receptive in fruitful virginity, obtain from your divine Son that 1081 I, 4,40 | Rise, and have no fear". Obviously, the Master's encouragement 1082 Conclu, 0,104| merely certain actions or occasional moments or activities. The 1083 Conclu, 0,109| the difficulties you may occasionally encounter, and despite the 1084 Intro, 0,3 | it was stated on several occasions that the consecrated life 1085 I, 3,29 | which the consecrated life occupies in the mystery of the Church. 1086 II, 1,58 | human life.In fact, "women occupy a place, in thought and 1087 II, 3,63 | endangered. As has already occurred at other times in history, 1088 III, 1,75 | Divine Providence sends you".oday, among the possible works 1089 Intro, 0,12 | the Church and awaiting official recognition from the Apostolic 1090 III, 3,99 | should be done in order to offset the inappropriate use of 1091 Conclu, 0,109| Consecrated women and men, old and young alike, live faithfully 1092 II, 2,62 | consecrated life, from the oldest to the most recent, as well 1093 I, 0,16 | he is the Alpha and the Omega of the world, the foundation 1094 II, 1,57 | can help eliminate certain one-sided perspectives which do not 1095 II, 1,48 | their own sound traditions.onsequently, each Institute is recognized 1096 II, 1,48 | Christ is truly present and operative",this aspect of the consecrated 1097 I, 2,26 | absorbing, it is particularly opportune to draw attention once more 1098 III, 1,79 | dialogue, which "is not in opposition to the mission ad gentes" 1099 III, 2,89 | eliminating structures of oppression and to promoting projects 1100 II, 3,64 | parts of the world justifies optimism and hope, the lack of them 1101 I, 0,14 | erant, continuo Petrus ... optimum sibi iudicavit in hoc semper 1102 II, 1,49 | Fruitful and ordered ecclesial communion~49. 1103 II, 1,48 | responsibility of local Ordinaries to preserve and safeguard 1104 I, 3,31 | receive the consecration of ordination in order to carry on the 1105 III, 1,83 | testimony in word and deed.oreover, the Church reminds consecrated 1106 II, 1,57 | interpret it, and the way they organize social, political, economic, 1107 II, 2,62 | traditional Foundations.~The originality of the new communities often 1108 II, 3,70 | of the covenant which God originally established, and which he 1109 Intro, 0,2 | Ecclesial Communities which originated in the Reformation, and 1110 I | CONFESSIO TRINITATIS~THE ORIGINS OF THE CONSECRATED LIFE ~ 1111 II, 2,62 | wish to receive Holy Orders.orthy of praise are those forms 1112 | otherwise 1113 | ours 1114 Intro, 0,5 | especially the poor and the outcast.Such service is itself a 1115 III, 1,76 | the furthest missionary outposts and facing the greatest 1116 II, 1,46 | Lord Pope",the daughterly outspokenness of Saint Catherine of Siena 1117 III, 2,90 | sufferings, problems and perils.Outstanding pages in the history of 1118 Intro, 0,7 | age by their inward and outward separation from the world. 1119 II, 3,69 | same token, no one can be over-confident and live in self-sufficient 1120 I, 1,21 | to one another. This gift overflows into creation and is fully 1121 I, 4,35 | the divine Majesty which overshadows them. Whenever human beings 1122 III, 0,73 | seem to compromise or even overwhelm the consecrated life, those 1123 Conclu, 0,109| not to let themselves be overwhelmed by everyday things, to let 1124 III, 2,89 | international aid. Nations truly owe a great deal to these enterprising 1125 II, 1,58 | history of spirituality owes much to Saints like Teresa 1126 II, 3,65 | formation~65. The Synod Assembly paid special attention to the 1127 I, 2,27 | mourning nor crying nor pain any more, for the former 1128 II, 3,63 | which is difficult and often painful, requires study and discernment 1129 III, 1,81 | element of each of these pairs".The new evangelization, 1130 I, 0,16 | which every other light pales, and the infinite beauty 1131 II, 2,59 | degrees of cloister — from papal and constitutional cloister 1132 I, 3,31 | consecrated life can be considered paradigmatic, inasmuch as all particular 1133 Conclu, 0,105| cold, that the salvific paradox of the Gospel would be blunted, 1134 II, 2,59 | responds to the need, felt as paramount, to be with the Lord. Choosing 1135 II, 1,49 | evangelization, catechesis and parish life.~It is helpful to recall 1136 II, 1,57 | which many consecrated women participated and made their voices heard. 1137 III, 4,103 | alike, become privileged partners in the search for God which 1138 I, 2,27 | for the former things have passed away" (Rev 21:4).The consecrated 1139 III, 2,84 | requires the constant and passionate search for God's will, for 1140 II, 1,51 | frequently marked by conflicting passions and interests, seeking unity 1141 I, 2,27 | expectation is anything but passive: although directed towards 1142 II, 1,49 | Bishop is the father and pastor of the particular Church 1143 III, 3,99 | lend their help, wherever pastorally appropriate, for the religious 1144 II, 2,62 | possible weaknesses, watching patiently for the sign of results ( 1145 I, 1,17 | A Patre ad Patrem": God's initiative~ 1146 I, 1,17 | A Patre ad Patrem": God's initiative~17. Contemplation 1147 III, 2,84 | poor in whom he lives.The Patristic tradition has seen a model 1148 II, 1,51 | communion, is called to become a pattern of life and source of joy. 1149 I, 4,36 | specific nuances of the various patterns of living. This is so because 1150 III, 1,82 | ingenious examples. Saint Paulinus of Nola, after distributing 1151 II, 3,65 | pastoral preparation which pays special attention to the 1152 Conclu, 0,106| the world may be made more peaceful and able to welcome God 1153 III, 1,82 | surge upwards to the highest peaks. And when in great kindness 1154 III, 3,98 | the light of Christ will penetrate all sectors of society and 1155 Intro, 0,9 | their whole lives may be penetrated by an apostolic spirit and 1156 III, 3,96 | is the Holy Spirit, who penetrates the innermost depths of 1157 I, 1,19 | presence of the Risen Lord.With penetrating insight, the Fathers of 1158 | Per 1159 III, 1,80 | founders and foundresses perceiving certain needs of their time, 1160 II, 1,44 | some parts of the world the percentage of elderly consecrated persons 1161 II, 3,68 | his presence in some way "perceptible" through the witness of 1162 II, 3,63 | the latter is destined to perdure.This is true of both the 1163 Conclu, 0,104| Jn 12:7).This is the perennially valid response to the question 1164 III, 1,80 | a culture, purifying and perfecting it. This is demonstrated 1165 III, 1,80 | God alone strengthens and perfects values. In turn, a genuine 1166 II, 2,60 | In fact, although they perform many works in common with 1167 III, 2,90 | sufferings, problems and perils.Outstanding pages in the 1168 II, 3,63 | Institutes have no claim to permanence, the consecrated life itself 1169 III, 3,96 | educational undertakings permeated by the Gospel spirit of 1170 II, 1,56 | that all is done with the permission of Superiors and with the 1171 Intro, 0,7 | and men, through a vow of perpetual chastity as a sign of the 1172 III, 1,83 | of their Institute should persevere in their witness of love 1173 I, 3,31 | the way of life practised personally by Jesus and proposed by 1174 II, 1,57 | eliminate certain one-sided perspectives which do not fully recognize 1175 III, 3,99 | their extraordinary power of persuasion. The problems which can 1176 III, 2,85 | Prophecy derives a particularly persuasive power from consistency between 1177 I, 4,40 | includes everything that pertains to the mysterium Crucis. 1178 I, 2,27 | are often discouraged and pessimistic about the future. Theirs 1179 I, 2,26 | away" (1 Cor 7:31; cf. 1 Pet 1:3-6).t is in this perspective 1180 II, 1,47 | special relation to the Petrine ministry, they are also 1181 I, 0,14 | monte sancto erant, continuo Petrus ... optimum sibi iudicavit 1182 II, 3,69 | not limited to the initial phase. Due to human limitations, 1183 I, 1,19 | called this spiritual path philokalia, or love of the divine beauty, 1184 II, 3,70 | personal factors such as physical or mental illness, spiritual 1185 III, 4,102 | those who are suffering physically and spiritually to commitment 1186 III, 1,83 | of the Divine Samaritan, physician of souls and bodies,and 1187 III, 2,95 | nourishes and sustains God's pilgrim people? By its very nature 1188 II, 1,46 | towards Holy Church, "the pillar and bulwark of the truth" ( 1189 II, 2,59 | already recommended by Pope Pius XII and the Second Vatican 1190 I, 0,14 | Fratres de Monte Dei, I, 1: PL 184, 310).] Even the "active" 1191 II, 1,51 | hatred or senseless violence. Placed as they are within the world' 1192 III, 2,90 | aware of the scarcity of the planet's resources and who invoke 1193 II, 1,50 | undertakings which they are planning in Dioceses, in order to 1194 II, 1,48 | a place in the pastoral plans of the Diocese. They should 1195 Intro, 0,5 | They can be compared to a plant with many brancheswhich 1196 III, 0,73 | world. These are divine pleas which only souls accustomed 1197 III, 4,101 | which makes us feel how pleasant it is when brothers dwell 1198 I, 0,15 | Son, with whom I am well pleased; listen to him". When the 1199 Conclu, 0,108| craving to possess, to seek pleasure, to dominate. Do not forget 1200 I, 2,26 | expectation and desire to "be plunged into the Fire of Love which 1201 II, 1,52 | plural: she is a single plurality and a plural unity. All 1202 I, 0,14 | essential Christological and pneumatological meaning: it expresses in 1203 Intro, 0,6 | become bearers of the Spirit (pneumatophoroi), authentically spiritual 1204 II, 2,60 | Institutes".Nonetheless the Synod pointed out that this terminology 1205 II, 1,46 | especially to the Roman Pontiff. Against this background 1206 Conclu, 0,112| 1996, the eighteenth of my Pontificate.~ ~ 1207 II, 1,48 | the particular Churches as portions of the People of God in 1208 I, 3,34 | Testament passage which portrays Mary with the Apostles in 1209 II, 2,59 | Church immutable in its possession and contemplation of God". 1210 Intro, 0,13 | consecrated life. In this Post-Synodal Exhortation I wish to address 1211 II, 1,48 | and codified in various postconciliar documents. These texts bring 1212 Conclu, 0,104| at Bethany: "Mary took a pound of costly ointment of pure 1213 I, 4,38 | to rediscover the ascetic practices typical of the spiritual 1214 I, 0,14 | ab eius discipulis ipso praesente concupita: cuius transfigurationis 1215 I, 4,38 | rather than on God. The praiseworthy desire to become close to 1216 III, 4,101 | a grace to be constantly prayed for — they may help to bring 1217 III, 1,82 | strengthened with their prayers the very "foundations" of 1218 I, 3,32 | special way an image of Christ praying on the mountain.Consecrated 1219 II, 2,62 | which continue to hold the pre-eminent place assigned to them by 1220 II, 3,69 | its ratioinstitutionis, a precise and systematic description 1221 II, 1,50 | which is the necessary precondition for effective cooperation, 1222 II, 1,50 | Major Superiors, following predetermined formats. It would be a great 1223 Intro, 0,8 | world where other religions predominate. This will make it possible 1224 I, 4,36 | because in every charism there predominates "a profound desire to be 1225 II, 3,66 | responsible for formation, preferably in places where they can 1226 III, 1,82 | Preference for the poor and the promotion 1227 I, 0,15 | tragedy of the Cross and prefigures the glory of the Resurrection. 1228 III, 4,100 | the walls of division and prejudice between Christians can be 1229 II, 3,64 | act, by means of explicit presentation and appropriate catechesis, 1230 II, 3,71 | towards perfect freedom. In presentday circumstances, special importance 1231 Intro, 0,13 | in the Church. In them I presented anew the teachings found 1232 III, 2,93 | according to the Spirit, presents itself as a path of increasing 1233 III, 3,97 | They should ensure the preservation of their unique Catholic 1234 Conclu, 0,112| which by imitating you "preserves with virginal purity an 1235 II, 1,51 | while at the same time preserving their identity.~ 1236 III, 2,92 | recognize in the one who presides an expression of the fatherhood 1237 II, 2,60 | Institutes of Brothers nothing prevents certain members from receiving 1238 I, 2,23 | contemplation, together with the primordial gift of the Spirit, all 1239 III, 2,90 | fraternal life inspired by principles of simplicity and hospitality, 1240 Intro, 0,4 | the results of the Synod processand to point out to all the 1241 II, 1,58 | including decision-making processes, above all in matters which 1242 Intro, 0,11 | recent centuries it has produced many fruits of holiness 1243 II, 1,43 | render vain the obedience professed. While authority must be 1244 I, 3,30 | the Lord. The priest who professes the evangelical counsels 1245 I, 0,16 | the different charisms.By professing the evangelical counsels, 1246 III, 0,74 | soul generally returns with profit from the contemplative life 1247 III, 2,94 | of Sacred Scripture is "profitable for teaching" (2 Tim 3:16), 1248 Intro, 0,12 | foundation and to prevent the proliferation of institutions similar 1249 I, 2,27 | a hope founded on God's promise contained in the revealed 1250 Intro, 0,11 | life is to be preserved and promoted; in recent centuries it 1251 III, 3,98 | consecrated persons have been promoters of culture, and frequently 1252 III, 1,79 | civilizations can in fact prompt them to deepen their own 1253 I, 2,28 | with Christ, is even more pronounced in the life of consecrated 1254 Intro, 0,12 | not contradict himself. Proof of this is the fact that 1255 III, 2,90 | risks losing the sense of proportion and the very meaning of 1256 I, 2,26 | The Second Vatican Council proposes this teaching anew when 1257 III, 2,88 | the Risen Lord and by the prospect of the new heavens and the 1258 Intro, 0,2 | in other places they are prospering with remarkable vitality. 1259 III, 1,82 | has gone up to heaven and, prosperous, is seated at the right 1260 III, 4,102 | to justice, peace and the protection of God's creation. In these 1261 II, 1,53 | coordination and communion will prove to be particularly helpful 1262 Intro, 0,3 | consecrated life has not only proved a help and support for the 1263 III, 1,79 | saving will. Such a search proves to be advantageous for consecrated 1264 II, 1,58 | concrete steps, beginning by providing room for women to participate 1265 II, 2,62 | consecration can, with pastoral prudence and to the advantage of 1266 II, 3,67 | practical experiences which are prudently followed by the one responsible 1267 III, 2,88 | every kind, with resulting psychic and moral suffering on the 1268 II, 1,46 | theological research, teaching, publishing, catechesis and the use 1269 III, 2,95 | encounter with God's mercy, they purify and renew their hearts, 1270 III, 1,80 | leaven within a culture, purifying and perfecting it. This 1271 Conclu, 0,112| preserves with virginal purity an integral faith, a firm 1272 III, 2,92 | following the Lord and not pursuing their own desires or wishes. 1273 Intro, 0,12 | poor and obedient — in the pursuit of perfect charity. This 1274 Conclu, 0,104| 104. Many people today are puzzled and ask: What is the point 1275 III, 3,98 | degrees and professional qualifications. Rather, study is an expression 1276 Conclu, 0,109| consecrated life in certain quarters, you have the task of once 1277 Intro, 0,3 | world must not lead to a questioning of the fact that the profession 1278 I, 0,14 | transfigurationis gloriam cum vidissent qui cum eo in monte sancto erant, 1279 II, 1,51 | communion between peoples, races and cultures. In a climate 1280 III, 2,95 | to consecrated persons to raise their hearts in praise and 1281 III, 3,98 | encouraging superficiality and rash initiatives.With all respect 1282 II, 3,69 | provide, as part of its ratioinstitutionis, a precise and systematic 1283 I, 0,16 | vocations are like so many rays of the one light of Christ, 1284 Intro, 0,3 | frequently reaffirmed this: "de re nostra agitur", "this is 1285 Intro, 0,2 | It is also taking root or re-emerging in the Churches and Ecclesial 1286 I, 1,22 | imitation and an abiding re-enactment in the Church"of the way 1287 III, 2,93 | apostolate, which accentuate and re-present one or another aspect of 1288 I, 2,23 | expression. His poverty will reach complete self-emptying, 1289 III, 3,99 | developments in technology, have reached every corner of the earth. 1290 III, 3,98 | to the will of God, who reaches out to all those who, knowingly 1291 III, 1,80 | dialogue, elicit a positive reaction in people's consciences. 1292 Intro, 0,13 | same response: "When they read it, they rejoiced at the 1293 III, 2,85 | which, sometimes without realizing it, has a profound yearning 1294 III, 1,82 | need, that prayer is not really interrupted, because "one 1295 II, 3,63 | there is the problem of reassessing their apostolate. This task, 1296 Intro, 0,3 | centuries, continues to reassure the Christian people, for 1297 II, 1,50 | consecrated persons.Finally, it is reassuring to mention that, at the 1298 I, 3,30 | consequence.In fact, all those reborn in Christ are called to 1299 Intro, 0,5 | of neighbour.~The Synod recalled this unceasing work of the 1300 III, 0,73 | has the prophetic task of recalling and serving the divine plan 1301 II, 2,60 | prevents certain members from receiving Holy Orders for the priestly 1302 I, 3,34 | Mary the aspect of spousal receptivity is particularly clear; it 1303 II, 1,58 | encourage within the Church the reciprocity which is needed. In the 1304 I, 2,25 | that their consecration is recognizable.Institutes which from their 1305 I, 4,39 | exercises and retreats, days of recollection, spiritual dialogue and 1306 I, 2,25 | of the Synod in strongly recommending to men and women religious 1307 II, 1,41 | able to bear witness to the reconciling power of grace, which overcomes 1308 II, 1,57 | self-awareness also helps men to reconsider their way of looking at 1309 Conclu, 0,110| history to remember and to recount, but also a great history 1310 III, 2,95 | faithfulness.Confident and humble recourse to spiritual direction is 1311 I, 1,21 | Incarnate Son, who gathers the redeemed into unity, pointing the 1312 I, 4,40 | of light" over which the Redeemer keeps constant watch: "Rise, 1313 III, 2,90 | mystery of his Incarnation and redeeming Death.~ 1314 I, 1,21 | Incarnation of the Word and in his redemptive death.Obedience, practised 1315 I, 4,38 | There is also a need to rediscover the ascetic practices typical 1316 II, 3,70 | caring presence can lead to a rediscovery of the meaning of the covenant 1317 III, 2,90 | conservation of creation by reducing consumption, by living more 1318 I, 0,14 | ancient spiritual tradition refers to this "icon" when it links 1319 II, 3,70 | For at this time, after refining certain features of the 1320 I, 2,25 | missionary nature, which is reflected in the whole of the Church' 1321 Intro, 0,13 | developments and for the reflections of the Synod during the 1322 II, 3,68 | for men's Institutes as regards Religious Brothers. Essentially, 1323 II, 3,64 | with the Churches of the region, and on the basis of an 1324 III, 1,78 | and the very laws which regulate it. Moreover, they can bear 1325 II, 1,53 | and they seek the means to reinforce that communion, with respect 1326 II, 1,58 | promote a new feminism' which rejects the temptation of imitating 1327 II, 3,64 | action of the Spirit, who rejuvenates the Bride of Christ by enabling 1328 I, 4,40 | Tabor to Calvary.When Luke relates that Moses and Elijah were 1329 II, 1,53 | spirit of the document Mutuae Relationes, these contacts should be 1330 III, 3,99 | specific witness regarding the relative nature of all created realities. 1331 III, 2,87 | value of created goods, it relativizes them by pointing to God 1332 III, 1,82 | to the poor, to proclaim release to captives, to give sight 1333 Conclu, 0,104| faith, are asking about the relevance of the consecrated life: 1334 II, 1,58 | important, is particularly relevant in view of the new evangelization, 1335 I, 4,37 | offer consecrated persons a reliable criterion in their search 1336 III, 1,79 | so deeply ingrained that religion often represents the transcendent 1337 I, 0,15 | This mystery is constantly relived by the Church, the people 1338 III, 2,95 | the Blessed Virgin Mary, reliving with her the mysteries of 1339 Conclu, 0,108| and God's love, lies the remedy for the craving to possess, 1340 II, 1,43 | process, it should still be remembered that the final word belongs 1341 I, 2,26 | the consecrated person remembers that "here we have no lasting 1342 I, 4,39 | life have the mission of reminding others of that call.~ 1343 I, 1,19 | The same Spirit, far from removing from the life of humanity 1344 II, 1,43 | communion and in order not to render vain the obedience professed. 1345 II, 1,54 | the Church herself, while rendering more effective the response 1346 III, 1,81 | discernment, with a view to renewing the mission. Courage in 1347 Intro, 0,9 | which countless persons, renouncing the world, have consecrated 1348 Conclu, 0,106| movements of holiness which renowned saints have launched in 1349 I, 4,40 | consecrated life is, despite its renunciations and trials, and indeed because 1350 II, 2,59 | economic support and even the reorganization of the monasteries themselves.~ 1351 III, 1,78 | Institute should be able to repeat this truth with Saint Paul, 1352 Conclu, 0,104| about such waste, Jesus replied: "Let her alone!" (Jn 12: 1353 I, 4,35 | transfigured" existence.The Final Report of the Second Extraordinary 1354 II, 1,46 | love".These testimonies are representative of the full ecclesial communion 1355 Intro, 0,6 | Catholic Churches and the representatives of the other Churches of 1356 II, 2,59 | superabundance of life, representing a joyful proclamation and 1357 I, 0,16 | their lives but strive to reproduce in themselves, as far as 1358 I, 3,30 | especially favoured in that he reproduces in his life the fullness 1359 III, 2,91 | vigorous way this obedience reproposes the obedience of Christ 1360 III, 1,75 | timely and when it is not; reprove, exhort, give encouragement 1361 II, 2,59 | time giving attention to requests made by some with respect 1362 I, 1,20 | the Kingdom of God and its requirements over all earthly things. 1363 III, 2,93 | found all the objective requisites for achieving personal and 1364 II, 3,65 | Sufficient time should be reserved for initial formation, understood 1365 II, 1,46 | to recall if they are to resist the particularly strong 1366 II, 2,61 | established to examine and resolve the problems connected with 1367 II, 2,59 | valuable help in adequately resolving common problems, such as 1368 III, 2,92 | the same mission, while respecting the diversity of gifts and 1369 Intro, 0,9 | the signs of the times and responded wisely to new needs. Following 1370 I, 2,27 | God, and their hearts are restless until they rest in him.~ 1371 II, 2,59 | eyes fixed on the future restoration of all things in Christ, 1372 III, 2,90 | witness to self-denial and restraint, in a form of fraternal 1373 II, 1,49 | as a grace which is not restricted to any one Institute, but 1374 I, 2,26 | consecration better "foretells the resurrected state and the glory of the 1375 III, 0,74 | contemplative, so the soul generally returns with profit from the contemplative 1376 I, 0,15 | ministry of Jesus. It is a revelatory event which strengthens 1377 I, 1,20 | of respect for myself, of reverence and of fear, as I would 1378 II, 1,43 | experimentation, the need to revise this office has sometimes 1379 Intro, 0,13 | contribution of a renewed and revitalized consecrated life. In this 1380 I, 2,26 | seek God's "Kingdom and his righteousness" (Mt 6:33), with unceasing 1381 II, 2,61 | recognized as having equal rights and obligations, with the 1382 III, 2,85 | prophet who is unafraid of risking even his life.~Prophecy 1383 I, 3,30 | and West testify in the rite of monastic or religious 1384 III, 2,91 | cf. Jn 4:34), as their rock, their joy, their shield 1385 II, 1,46 | Bishops and especially to the Roman Pontiff. Against this background 1386 Conclu, 0,112| and Holy Spirit.~Given in Rome, at Saint Peter's, on 25 1387 III, 1,81 | if it proclaims from the rooftops what it has first lived 1388 II, 1,52 | the Father, which has many rooms. Now there is a division 1389 II, 1,47 | Gospel message, the firm rooting of the Church in so many 1390 Intro, 0,5 | brancheswhich sinks its roots into the Gospel and brings 1391 III, 2,95 | especially by saying the Rosary.~ 1392 III, 1,75 | during supper ... Jesus rose ... and began to wash the 1393 II, 3,70 | can present the risk of routine, and the subsequent temptation 1394 I, 2,28 | relationship to Mary is the royal road to fidelity to one' 1395 III, 0,73 | means of fidelity to the Rules and Constitutions, this 1396 I, 2,23 | to follow the Lamb, once sacrificed and now alive, wherever 1397 Conclu, 0,107| understand the need for the sacrifices which must be faced, and 1398 II, 3,63 | realization in time of his gifts. Sad situations of crisis invite 1399 II, 1,48 | their disciples to be lived, safeguarded, deepened and constantly 1400 III, 0,73 | Constitutions, this discernment safeguards full communion with the 1401 III, 1,81 | personalities, inspired by saintly fervour. The new evangelization 1402 Conclu, 0,105| be blunted, and that the ?salt' of faith would lose its 1403 I, 4,35 | sense of fear. Such fear is salutary. It reminds man of God's 1404 Conclu, 0,105| would grow cold, that the salvific paradox of the Gospel would 1405 III, 1,83 | footsteps of the Divine Samaritan, physician of souls and 1406 Conclu, 0,108| continue to bend down, as Good Samaritans, over the countless wounds 1407 I, 3,32 | s purpose, which is the sanctification of humanity. The consecrated 1408 Conclu, 0,111| beauty.~Father Most Holy, sanctify the sons and daughters who 1409 III, 2,94 | and with his saving and sanctifying will. It is for this reason 1410 III, 1,80 | authenticate developments and to sanction results in the area of inculturation. 1411 I, 1,22 | defending the dignity and sanctity of married life. He thus 1412 I, 0,14 | vidissent qui cum eo in monte sancto erant, continuo Petrus ... 1413 I, 4,38 | to exploit fully its own sapiential and spiritual soul; in prayer, 1414 II, 1,50 | of communion, but great satisfaction was expressed for the experience 1415 III, 0,73 | that the Spirit can give satisfactory replies even to the most 1416 I, 0,15 | lifted up their eyes, they saw no one but Jesus only.~And 1417 II, 3,63 | if necessarily on a small scale, and above all in the most 1418 III, 2,90 | those who are aware of the scarcity of the planet's resources 1419 I, 1,21 | reconciliation for a divided and scattered humanity. It proclaims the 1420 II, 1,47 | This, precisely, is the scope of the particular bond of 1421 III, 1,82 | and, at the same time, a seal of Gospel authenticity and 1422 I, 1,20 | becomes one of the tangible seals which the Trinity impresses 1423 III, 3,98 | who, knowingly or not, are searching for the Truth and the Life ( 1424 Intro, 0,5 | abundant fruit in every season of the Church's life. What 1425 III, 1,82 | heaven and, prosperous, is seated at the right hand of the 1426 I, 4,36 | 34:8) in every situation.Secondly, the charisms of the consecrated 1427 III, 3,96 | human heart and knows the secret unfolding of history. The 1428 III, 4,103 | proposed, for example, by the sects. By practising a personal 1429 Conclu, 0,105| savour in a world undergoing secularization".The Church and society 1430 II, 3,69 | life can people feel so secure and committed that they 1431 Conclu, 0,108| have shaped remarkable "seekers of God" and benefactors 1432 I, 1,19 | interpretation of the Transfiguration sees this cloud as an image of 1433 II, 1,57 | point out that women's new self-awareness also helps men to reconsider 1434 III, 2,90 | vigorous evangelical witness to self-denial and restraint, in a form 1435 I, 2,23 | poverty will reach complete self-emptying, his obedience the giving 1436 III, 1,81 | manifest the unity between self-evangelization and witness, between interior 1437 III, 1,75 | themselves, far from all self-interest. Peter, overcome by the 1438 II, 3,71 | consecrated life call for self-knowledge and the awareness of personal 1439 II, 3,69 | over-confident and live in self-sufficient isolation. At no stage of 1440 Conclu, 0,104| but even from their very selves, and with all their being 1441 I, 0,14 | optimum sibi iudicavit in hoc semper esse" (Ad Fratres de Monte 1442 II, 3,64 | the harvest, that he will send workers to his Church in 1443 III, 1,75 | anybody whom Divine Providence sends you".oday, among the possible 1444 II, 1,51 | apart by ethnic hatred or senseless violence. Placed as they 1445 III, 4,103 | to self-centredness and sensuality, to the true nature of the 1446 I, 3,31 | particular vocations, considered separately or as a whole, are in one 1447 III, 2,88 | hedonistic culture which separates sexuality from all objective 1448 Intro, 0,7 | their inward and outward separation from the world. By fasting 1449 I, 2,24 | God's holy will, and in serene fidelity even as their strength 1450 III, 1,75 | Man, who "came not to be served but to serve" (Mt 20:28), 1451 I, 1,21 | dependence which is not servile but filial, marked by a 1452 III | CHAPTER III~SERVITIUM CARITATIS~CONSECRATED LIFE: ~ 1453 I, 4,40 | mountain" with the Master and sets off on the road which leads 1454 II, 1,41 | divine Persons. Many are the settings and the ways in which fraternal 1455 II, 1,42 | forgive up to "seventy times seven" (Mt 18:22). Consecrated 1456 II, 1,42 | ability to forgive up to "seventy times seven" (Mt 18:22). 1457 | several 1458 II, 2,62 | have been tested by the severest of hardships, which they 1459 III, 2,88 | kind of idolatry of the sexual instinct. The consequences 1460 Conclu, 0,108| the charisms which have shaped remarkable "seekers of God" 1461 I, 1,19 | into action; it is he who shapes and moulds the hearts of 1462 I, 0,16 | images of Christ the Head and Shepherd who guides his people during 1463 III, 2,91 | their rock, their joy, their shield and their fortress (cf. 1464 II, 3,63 | is destined to remain a shining witness to the inseparable 1465 I, 0,15 | before them, and his face shone like the sun, and his garments 1466 I, 0,14 | continuo Petrus ... optimum sibi iudicavit in hoc semper 1467 II, 3,70 | activity, sometimes caused by sickness or forced immobility, can 1468 I, 1,18 | in order to live at his sideand to follow him wherever he 1469 II, 1,47 | serve (cf. 1 Cor 12:4-11). Significantly, "the more excellent way" ( 1470 I, 3,32 | Holy Mother Church, who signify and share in the love with 1471 II | CHAPTER II~SIGNUM FRATERNITATIS~CONSECRATED 1472 III, 2,90 | consumption, by living more simply and by placing a necessary 1473 III, 4,103 | every religious journey sincerely open to transcendence.For 1474 II, 1,52 | sense, plural: she is a single plurality and a plural unity. 1475 I, 0,14 | essential characteristics, it is singularly helpful to fix our gaze 1476 Intro, 0,5 | with many brancheswhich sinks its roots into the Gospel 1477 I, 3,32 | in his work of converting sinners to a better life, in his 1478 III, 2,95 | humble recognition of their sins achieve openness in their 1479 I, 1,20 | I do not know where to sit, where to go, where to put 1480 I, 4,40 | Tabor, is seen to be a road situated between two lights: the 1481 I, 0,15 | them ..."~15. And after six days Jesus took with him 1482 III, 3,99 | service of evangelization and skilfully met difficulties, today 1483 II, 3,67 | the local culture, their skills for the apostolate, their 1484 III, 1,82 | to provide even for the smallest needs of our neighbour, 1485 III, 1,82 | vigour does it resume its soaring to the heights".~ 1486 Conclu, 0,112| their journey towards the sole and eternal Blessedness.~ 1487 II, 2,59 | whole of humanity to live solely for God in Christ Jesus ( 1488 Conclu, 0,112| Peter's, on 25 March, the Solemnity of the Annunciation of the 1489 I, 3,32 | to a better life, in his solicitude for youth and his goodness 1490 I, 2,28 | consecrated person and for the solidity, unity and progress of the 1491 II, 3,66 | work of formation, the more solidly established Institutes should 1492 I, 2,24 | in heaven. Listen to the song with understanding, and 1493 II, 3,68 | Apostolic Life to draw up as soon as possible a ratio institutionis, 1494 III, 2,84 | will; he defended God's sovereignty and came to the defence 1495 Conclu, 0,108| their work, are able to sow seeds of peace and fraternity?~ 1496 III, 0,72 | Christ with another feature specifically its own: fraternal life 1497 III, 2,90 | giving of themselves, and spending their lives for causes which 1498 I, 1,19 | In Spiritu": consecrated by the Holy 1499 I, 4,40 | departure" (éxodos): "they spoke about his departure, which 1500 I, 3,32 | to marriage, which makes spouses "witnesses to and cooperators


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