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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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1501 Conclu, 0,104| out" without reserve there spreads a fragrance which fills 1502 II, 1,47 | world, and the Christian springtime which the young Churches 1503 Intro, 0,6 | conversion of life, obedience and stability, and in persevering dedication 1504 I, 2,24 | discover that the more they stand at the foot of the Cross 1505 I, 4,40 | the Resurrection.From the standpoint of the Christian life as 1506 I, 1,19 | Spirit to imitate her Spouse, stands before him "in splendour, 1507 II, 2,62 | own day so that they can start institutions responding 1508 III, 2,93 | the Third Millennium. The starting point of such a programme 1509 Intro, 0,3 | Spouse.At the Synod it was stated on several occasions that 1510 I, 0,15 | kind of sign and prophetic statement for the community of the 1511 I, 4,36 | Rule, Constitutions and Statutes.~ 1512 Intro, 0,6 | becoming bearers of the Cross (staurophoroi), they have striven to become 1513 III, 2,92 | great hardships, by his steadfast hand (cf. Acts 20:22-23).~ 1514 II, 3,63 | but by a failure to cling steadfastly to the Lord and to personal 1515 II, 2,61 | exception of those which stem from Holy Orders.A special 1516 II, 3,63 | he various difficulties stemming from the decline in personnel 1517 I, 2,28 | which for every believer stems from his or her union with 1518 II, 1,58 | to take certain concrete steps, beginning by providing 1519 Intro, 0,13 | faithful the results of a stimulating exchange, guided by the 1520 III, 4,103 | for God which has always stirred the human heart and has 1521 I, 2,23 | witness who together with Mary stood at the foot of the Cross ( 1522 III, 1,82 | when charity lovingly stoops to provide even for the 1523 III, 3,98 | deeply people and their life stories, going beyond the most obvious 1524 III, 1,83 | of all.Indeed they should strengthen in the sick the awareness 1525 Intro, 0,5 | Synod, felt the need to stress this permanent element in 1526 Intro, 0,6 | staurophoroi), they have striven to become bearers of the 1527 III, 1,82 | is inherent in the very structure of love lived in Christ. 1528 II, 3,71 | the gift of wisdom in the struggles of everyday life (cf. Wis 1529 III, 3,98 | culture, and frequently have studied and defended indigenous 1530 II, 3,65 | pastoral. In the case of those studying for the priesthood, this 1531 III, 2,91 | great peace; they never stumble" (Ps 118:165).~ 1532 II, 2,62 | new communities and their styles of life must be founded 1533 I, 1,22 | 8). In this attitude of submissiveness to the Father, Christ lives 1534 II, 3,71 | founder or foundress and to subsequently emerging traditions, with 1535 Intro, 0,3 | will be no change in the substance of a choice which finds 1536 III, 4,103 | confusing that search with a subtle search for self or a flight 1537 II, 1,47 | Apostolic Life have with the Successor of Peter in his ministry 1538 II, 1,47 | bonds of communion with the Successors of Peter, who found in them 1539 I, 4,38 | of spiritual fervour or a succumbing to discouragement. The possibility 1540 III, 1,82 | neighbour, then does it suddenly surge upwards to the highest 1541 II, 3,64 | Churches and in those which suffered persecution at the hands 1542 Conclu, 0,105| world which risks being suffocated in the whirlpool of the 1543 III, 3,98 | or confine them within a suffocating narcissism; rather, it is 1544 II, 2,59 | discipline. The Synod's suggestions in this regard and especially 1545 II, 2,60 | that the term "brother" suggests a rich spirituality. "These 1546 II, 2,62 | established criteria, the suitability of any members of these 1547 I, 2,25 | wear their proper habit, suitably adapted to the conditions 1548 III, 2,93 | towards holiness: this is in summary the programme of every consecrated 1549 I, 0,15 | his face shone like the sun, and his garments became 1550 III, 3,98 | inferiority, or encouraging superficiality and rash initiatives.With 1551 II, 1,50 | commissions of Bishops and Major Superiorswere set up at the national level 1552 II, 1,56 | volunteers always have supernaturally motivated intentions and, 1553 II, 3,70 | marked by the passage from a supervised life to a situation of full 1554 III, 1,75 | them to the end. And during supper ... Jesus rose ... and began 1555 Intro, 0,12 | consecrated life have not supplanted the earlier ones. Amid such 1556 II, 1,58 | the whole Church, which supports them so that they will live 1557 II, 1,47 | Apostolic Life. Because of their supra-diocesan character, grounded in their 1558 Conclu, 0,108| humanity, who have provided sure paths for those who seek 1559 III, 1,82 | neighbour, then does it suddenly surge upwards to the highest peaks. 1560 I, 4,38 | challenges can lead to a surrender to passing fashions, with 1561 II, 3,70 | Father's hands, even to the surrendering of his spirit to him. This 1562 III, 2,93 | relations with God and one's surroundings, marked by specific spiritual 1563 II, 1,46 | the one whom she called "sweet Christ on earth",the apostolic 1564 III, 1,75 | possess in charity what is symbolized in the Lord's white garments". 1565 III, 1,82 | of his ministry, in the synagogue at Nazareth, Jesus announces 1566 Intro, 0,2 | It was my wish that the Synodal Assembly should include, 1567 I, 4,35 | the Transfiguration, the Synoptic Gospels, with varying nuances, 1568 II, 1,48 | consecrated life has been systematically explored and codified in 1569 I, 2,26 | Cor 7:31; cf. 1 Pet 1:3-6).t is in this perspective that 1570 II, 3,64 | turns a vocation into a tale of friendship with the Lord. 1571 I, 0,15 | to them Moses and Elijah, talking with him. And Peter said 1572 Intro, 0,13 | God a number of systematic talks on the consecrated life 1573 II, 3,64 | religious, families and teachers, as required in something 1574 Intro, 0,13 | them I presented anew the teachings found in the texts of the 1575 I, 2,27 | Lord "will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death 1576 Conclu, 0,104| consequence of a utilitarian and technocratic culture which is inclined 1577 III, 3,99 | impressive developments in technology, have reached every corner 1578 I, 0,15 | Jesus commanded them, "Tell no one the vision, until 1579 I, 2,28 | diligent service. In Mary, "the temple of the Holy Spirit,"all 1580 II, 1,41 | which overcomes the divisive tendencies present in the human heart 1581 II, 1,57 | way to be signs of God's tender love towards the human race 1582 I, 0,14 | which the whole Church is tending.n the Gospel, many of Christ' 1583 III, 0,74 | just as a well-ordered life tends to pass from the active 1584 Intro, 0,13 | has also been a time of tension and struggle, in which well-meaning 1585 II, 1,53 | avoid misunderstandings and tensions both on the theoretical 1586 III, 1,83 | handicapped, marginalized, or terminally ill, and to the victims 1587 I, 3,34 | always been seen primarily in terms of MaryVirgin and Bride. 1588 Intro, 0,6 | still flourishes in their territories, especially in the Orthodox 1589 II, 2,62 | many of which have been tested by the severest of hardships, 1590 II, 1,58 | extending to all areas, from the theological-pastoral to the professional. Pastoral 1591 II, 1,53 | and tensions both on the theoretical and practical levels.In 1592 III, 2,87 | so to speak, a spiritual "therapy" for humanity, because they 1593 | therein 1594 I, 1,20 | taken outside myself as I think of myself; I see how I was 1595 Intro, 0,10 | mission in the world.~One thinks in the first place of members 1596 III, 2,93 | day, who themselves are thirsting for absolute values. In 1597 I, 4,39 | Church's life, which is thirsty for the divine Absolute 1598 I, 1,17 | This is why, with Saint Thomas, we come to understand the 1599 III, 1,81 | consecrated persons have a thorough awareness of the theological 1600 III, 4,101 | working for this cause. My thoughts likewise turn to the Eastern 1601 III, 2,86 | gift of their own lives. Thousands of them have been forced 1602 | Thy 1603 II, 3,70 | consecration, which is not tied to effectiveness in carrying 1604 III, 1,75 | humiliated faces of women, the tired faces of migrants who are 1605 III, 2,89 | agents of charity, whose tireless generosity has contributed 1606 Conclu, 0,111| Saviour Jesus Christ (cf. Tit 3:4).~ 1607 I, 0,14 | valley, to share with him the toil of God's plan and to set 1608 II, 3,69 | as Religious; by the same token, no one can be over-confident 1609 I, 2,24 | Cross, beautiful in the tomb, beautiful in heaven. Listen 1610 III, 1,75 | accept even sufferings and torments, in order that, through 1611 II, 1,51 | especially where today's world is torn apart by ethnic hatred or 1612 I, 2,25 | obstacles which could hinder the totality of their response. In this 1613 III, 2,91 | themselves, remaining in touch with the source of their 1614 III, 1,75 | and to wipe them with the towel with which he was girded" ( 1615 III, 1,79 | and of entire peoples the traces of God's presence, a presence 1616 I, 0,15 | hearts, prepares them for the tragedy of the Cross and prefigures 1617 I, 2,23 | is a preparation for the tragic, but no less glorious, event 1618 II, 3,67 | accepting their positive traits along with their differences 1619 III, 1,79 | religion often represents the transcendent dimension of the culture 1620 Conclu, 0,104| pure act of love, and thus transcending all "utilitarian" considerations, 1621 I, 0,14 | praesente concupita: cuius transfigurationis gloriam cum vidissent qui 1622 II, 1,51 | Christian fraternity and the transforming power of the Good News,which 1623 III, 2,87 | acting on them in a way which transgresses the moral norms. The profession 1624 III, 2,88 | before everyone's eyes: transgressions of every kind, with resulting 1625 I, 1,19 | sustaining it as it is faithfully translated into action; it is he who 1626 III, 3,98 | influence in the formation and transmission of culture. This was true 1627 II, 3,65 | action of the Holy Spirit, travelling the road of formation with 1628 II, 2,59 | community of the Church travels. "Eager to act and yet devoted 1629 III, 1,82 | all who are considered and treated as "the least".~The option 1630 III, 2,88 | objective moral norms, often treating it as a mere diversion and 1631 Intro, 0,4 | to priests, completes the treatment of the distinctive features 1632 I, 4,35 | history. Today we have a tremendous need of saints, for whom 1633 III, 3,97 | with present-day cultural trends. Moreover, depending on 1634 Conclu, 0,111| poverty and obedience. May no tribulation separate them from you and 1635 II, 1,53 | discern God's plan in this troubled moment of history, in order 1636 II, 1,53 | Holy See. An active and trusting relationship ought also 1637 III, 2,84 | primacy which God and the truths of the Gospel have in the 1638 I, 4,36 | from externals, from the tumult of the senses, from all 1639 III, 4,103 | withdrawal from reality or a turning in upon oneself. Listening 1640 II, 1,41 | Christ lived out by the Twelve, have always been the model 1641 III, 2,86 | in the Martyrology of the twentieth century, and by compiling 1642 III, 2,85 | boldness of a prophet who is unafraid of risking even his life.~ 1643 I, 1,19 | themselves a ray of the unapproachable light. During their earthly 1644 II, 3,64 | nations, we must also pray unceasingly to the Lord of the harvest, 1645 II, 1,51 | interests, seeking unity but uncertain about the ways to attain 1646 I, 1,17 | senses the need to respond by unconditionally dedicating his or her life 1647 Conclu, 0,104| and taste divine love, the uncreated God, the incarnate God, 1648 III, 1,78 | countries of origin. Despite the understandable difficulties which some 1649 III, 1,81 | are involved in the same undertaking, especially the Bishops, 1650 II, 3,64 | vitality of Institutes, undoubtedly depend on the faithful commitment 1651 II, 1,56 | this involvement causes uneasiness and disorientation at the 1652 II, 1,55 | of the laity often brings unexpected and rich insights into certain 1653 III, 2,84 | will, for self-giving, for unfailing communion in the Church, 1654 III, 3,96 | heart and knows the secret unfolding of history. The whole Church 1655 Intro, 0,4 | Communion in the Church is not uniformity, but a gift of the Spirit 1656 III, 1,80 | founding charism and with the unifying action of the Holy Spirit. 1657 II, 1,53 | respect and esteem for the uniqueness of their different charisms, 1658 II, 1,51 | Fraternity in a divided and unjust world~51. The Church entrusts 1659 III, 3,98 | when, in response to the unprecedented problems of our times, new 1660 III, 3,98 | is an expression of the unquenchable desire for an ever deeper 1661 I, 4,36 | the yearning of a heart unsatisfied by any finite love, and 1662 III, 1,77 | and women, manifest the unsuppressible missionary drive which distinguishes 1663 | unto 1664 II, 3,63 | effectiveness before the world their unwavering trust in the Lord of history, 1665 II, 3,64 | temptation to practise lax and unwise recruitment. The task of 1666 II, 1,47 | entire Mystical Body, whose upbuilding they must serve (cf. 1 Cor 1667 II, 3,68 | need for a complete and updated "ratio"~68. A definite period 1668 II, 1,51 | especially are called to uphold and to bear witness to the 1669 I, 3,34 | with the Apostles in the Upper Room, in prayerful expectation 1670 III, 1,82 | then does it suddenly surge upwards to the highest peaks. And 1671 III, 1,75 | his way of loving, and to urge them thus to serve others 1672 III, 3,97 | that the Synod emphatically urged consecrated persons to take 1673 II, 1,57 | also to their contribution, useful directions for the Church' 1674 II, 3,70 | identity, or feelings of uselessness. When fidelity becomes more 1675 I, 4,40 | it is significant that he uses the term "departure" (éxodos): " 1676 II, 1,56 | experiences, those involved usually draw benefit, especially 1677 II, 1,43 | and in order not to render vain the obedience professed. 1678 II, 1,57 | emerged. Certainly, the validity of many assertions relating 1679 I, 0,14 | invited to return to the valley, to share with him the toil 1680 III, 0,74 | components, feeling that they are valued for what they are, come 1681 I, 4,35 | the Synoptic Gospels, with varying nuances, point out the fear 1682 I, 4,38 | obliged to cover it with a veil (cf. Ex 34:33); in commitment, 1683 III, 2,94 | Testament deserve special veneration, especially the Gospels, 1684 III, 2,95 | communities. It is the daily viaticum and source of the spiritual 1685 Intro, 0,2 | fact, it is particularly vibrant in the monasticism of the 1686 III, 2,90 | disappointments, of striking victories and bitter defeats. And 1687 I, 0,14 | transfigurationis gloriam cum vidissent qui cum eo in monte sancto 1688 I, 2,27 | come!" (Mt 6:10).Those who vigilantly await the fulfilment of 1689 Intro, 0,6 | ceaseless prayer, fasting and vigils, spiritual combat and silence, 1690 II, 1,52 | as branches of the one Vine, the fullness of the Gospel 1691 III, 2,86 | totalitarian regimes or of violent groups, or have been harassed 1692 III, 1,82 | maintaining their independence vis-à-vis political ideologies, consecrated 1693 Conclu, 0,112| Blessedness.~To you, Virgin of the Visitation, do we entrust them, that 1694 III, 2,95 | through his very flesh, made vital and vitalizing by the Holy 1695 III, 2,95 | very flesh, made vital and vitalizing by the Holy Spirit, offers 1696 I, 2,26 | to the salvation which is waiting to be revealed, "for the 1697 III, 2,92 | accept God's will, and to walk together with one mind and 1698 III, 1,79 | Lord when he became man and walked among us in love and meekness. 1699 III, 4,100 | power of the Holy Spirit the walls of division and prejudice 1700 I, 2,24 | strength and personal authority wane. Fidelity to God also inspires 1701 III, 1,75 | Come down, Peter! You wanted to rest up on the mountain: 1702 III, 1,75 | migrants who are not given a warm welcome, the faces of the 1703 III, 3,97 | proposal of the Synod, I warmly invite members of Institutes 1704 III, 1,75 | Jesus rose ... and began to wash the disciples' feet, and 1705 I, 4,40 | Redeemer keeps constant watch: "Rise, and have no fear".~ 1706 III, 3,98 | cultural realities, with a watchful and critical attitude, but 1707 I, 2,27 | expectation: commitment and watchfulness~27. "Come, Lord Jesus!" ( 1708 II, 2,62 | evaluate possible weaknesses, watching patiently for the sign of 1709 III, 2,87 | Human beings, however, weakened as they are by original 1710 II, 1,48 | would also risk a great weakening of that missionary spirit 1711 III, 2,89 | needs and sufferings of the weakest, and lacking any concern 1712 I, 2,25 | women religious that they wear their proper habit, suitably 1713 Intro, 0,13 | the Synod during the busy weeks of its work. I am confident 1714 III, 1,81 | These challenges must be weighed with careful joint discernment, 1715 II, 3,63 | number of vocations are weighing heavily on the consecrated 1716 II, 1,57 | overcomes all discrimination and welcomes as a true blessing the gifts 1717 Intro, 0,13 | tension and struggle, in which well-meaning endeavours have not always 1718 III, 0,74 | to know that, just as a well-ordered life tends to pass from 1719 Intro, 0,6 | above all by Saint Benedict, Western monasticism is the heir 1720 | Whereas 1721 Conclu, 0,105| being suffocated in the whirlpool of the ephemeral. "Without 1722 | whoever 1723 II, 3,65 | express the character of wholeness. Formation should involve 1724 Intro, 0,12 | earlier ones. Amid such wide variety the underlying unity 1725 III, 0,74 | experience of recent years widely confirms that "dialogue 1726 III, 2,86 | us in glory.~There is a widespread desire that the memory of 1727 I, 3,32 | resurrection will take neither wife nor husband, but will be 1728 II, 1,42 | serve others generously, a willingness to welcome them as they 1729 Conclu, 0,104| anointed the feet of Jesus and wiped his feet with her hair; 1730 II, 3,71 | struggles of everyday life (cf. Wis 9:10).~The human and fraternal 1731 II, 3,68 | will gradually lead those wishing to consecrate themselves 1732 I, 2,25 | the Father, the dedication witnessed to by the Son, and the joy 1733 Conclu, 0,109| consecrated persons, by witnessing to their consecration, can 1734 III, 2,88 | engaged couples, husbands and wives and Christian families — 1735 I, 2,24 | earth; beautiful in the womb, beautiful in his parents' 1736 III, 1,76 | Allowing themselves to be won over by him (cf. Phil 3: 1737 I, 1,20 | To all people it shows wonderfully at work within the Church 1738 Intro, 0,4 | might be interested — the wondrous things which today too the 1739 Intro, 0,10 | 10. The Holy Spirit, who wondrously fashions the variety of 1740 I, 2,24 | to life, beautiful in not worrying about death, beautiful in 1741 II, 1,44 | mission continues to be worthwhile and meritorious, even when 1742 I, 4,38 | inclinations of human nature wounded by sin, is truly indispensable 1743 I, 4,38 | spiritual combat in Jacob's wrestling with the mystery of God, 1744 III, 1,77 | longing of Saint Francis Xavier that many, "meditating on 1745 II, 2,59 | recommended by Pope Pius XII and the Second Vatican Council, 1746 I, 2,26 | freely bestows on those who yearn for the things that are 1747 III, 0,74 | lurks always near. Today as yesterday, the close union between 1748 | yours 1749 | yourselves 1750 II, 3,70 | faithfulness~70. There is a youthfulness of spirit which lasts through 1751 III, 1,81 | consecrated persons should be zealous heralds of Jesus Christ,


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