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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Ecclesia in Africa

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   Chapter,  Paragraph, Number
1 Intro, 0 | Third Millennium of the Christian faith.~The members of the 2 Intro, 0 | brothers and sisters of other Christian Confessions, to those who 3 I, 0 | involve all levels of the Christian Community: individuals, 4 II, 1 | glorious splendour of Africa's Christian past: "We think of the Christian 5 II, 1 | Christian past: "We think of the Christian Churches of Africa whose 6 II, 1 | to the fourth centuries Christian life in the North of Africa 7 II, 1 | brilliant lights of the Christian world. We shall mention 8 II, 1 | heritage of the Church, and the Christian writers of Africa remain 9 II, 1 | recalling the ancient glories of Christian Africa, we wish to express 10 II, 1 | suffered much to keep the Christian name alive in Africa through 11 II, 1 | to our own times of the Christian vitality which flows from 12 II, 1 | Europe, testified to the Christian faith. After the first missionaries, 13 II, 1 | transmitting the torch of the Christian faith ... That is why we, 14 II, 1 | of bad news, how is the Christian message ?Good News' for 15 II, 1 | primacy in the exercise of Christian charity, to which the whole 16 II, 2 | your traditions, and your Christian faith. Many people in Africa 17 II, 2 | the Lineamenta concerned Christian marriage and family life. 18 III, 0 | This testimony which the Christian bears to Christ and the 19 III, 0 | For the Church and the Christian proclaim the One who is " 20 III, 0 | compatibility with the Christian message and communion with 21 III, 0 | Openness to dialogue is the Christian's attitude inside the community 22 III, 0 | brothers and sisters of other Christian denominations, in order 23 III, 0 | various dimensions of the Christian faith or by bearing common 24 III, 0 | with Saint Leo the Great: "Christian, recognize your dignity"? 25 IV | IN THE LIGHT OF THE THIRD CHRISTIAN MILLENNIUM~ 26 IV, 1 | proclamation of the word of God has Christian conversion as its aim: a 27 IV, 1 | hear it to Baptism and the Christian life. "The urgency of missionary 28 IV, 1 | always be that of leading a Christian life in conformity with 29 IV, 1 | peripheral but as central to the Christian life".142~The formation 30 IV, 1 | economic and social — with Christian principles, which is the 31 IV, 1 | implanted in the Continent's Christian communities. Following in 32 IV, 1 | that includes the whole of Christian existencetheology, liturgy, 33 IV, 1 | the faith in every area of Christian and human life is an arduous 34 IV, 2 | family".155 Not only is the Christian family the first cell of 35 IV, 2 | prototype and example for all Christian families" 156 and the model 36 IV, 2 | spiritual source for every Christian family.157~To repeat the 37 IV, 2 | state of life, a way of Christian holiness, a vocation which 38 IV, 2 | imperfect, of the Kingdom. The Christian families of Africa will 39 V, 0 | through inculturation the Christian message assimilates the 40 V, 0 | itself to the riches of Christian holiness. An inculturation 41 V, 1 | Vital Christian communities~89. Right from 42 V, 1 | properly. In the midst of the Christian community the catechists' 43 V, 1 | appeal for each African Christian family to become "a privileged 44 V, 1 | home is the first school of Christian life and ?a school for human 45 V, 1 | Parents are to see to the Christian education of their children. 46 V, 1 | strong, serene and committed Christian families, Dioceses will 47 V, 1 | overall pastoral plan. The Christian family, as a "domestic Church" 48 V, 1 | be a powerful nucleus of Christian witness in a society undergoing 49 V, 1 | servants and animators of the Christian community ... solidly spiritual, 50 V, 2 | faithful worship and live their Christian life. In it they can express 51 V, 2 | initiatives which faith and Christian charity bring to the attention 52 V, 2 | without neglecting "the Christian education of pupils in non-Catholic 53 V, 2 | upheaval on the Continent, the Christian faith can shed helpful light 54 V, 2 | known, in creative dialogue, Christian convictions about man, woman, 55 V, 2 | necessary it is for each Christian community to be organized 56 V, 2 | Conferences, Dioceses and all the Christian communities of the Continent' 57 VI, 0 | life consistent with the Christian faith.~ 58 VI, 0 | levels. These will awaken Christian communities to their evangelical 59 VI, 0 | pastoral programme of each Christian community. That is why I 60 VI, 0 | as Catholics invite their Christian brothers and sisters to 61 VI, 0 | with the people ... The lay Christian, engaged in the democratic 62 VI, 0 | responsibility arising from the Christian commitment to justice and 63 VI, 1 | through the witness of your Christian faith.222~ 64 VI, 1 | happiness and peace which Christian marriage and fidelity provide, 65 VI, 2 | immediate cessation".240~Every Christian should be concerned that 66 VI, 2 | their duty to ensure that Christian principles influence the 67 VII, 0 | missionaries and throughout the Christian community".259~As I did 68 VII, 0 | before all humanity to the Christian universalism which has its 69 VII, 0 | take on the specifically Christian dimensions of total gratuity, 70 Conclu, 0| Towards the new Christian Millennium~140. Gathered 71 Conclu, 0| Instrumentum Laboris). The Christian communities of Africa ardently 72 Conclu, 0| preparation for the Third Christian Millennium, with the present 73 Conclu, 0| to be a clarion call to Christian joy. "The great joy announced


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