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persecuted 1
persevere 2
persistence 1
person 22
personal 7
personally 2
personnel 5
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22 episcopal
22 him
22 if
22 person
22 salvation
22 task
22 themselves
Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Ecclesia in Africa

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person

   Chapter,  Paragraph, Number
1 I, 0| Passion of Christ in the person of Simon of Cyrene, forced 2 II, 1| power of the Holy Spirit, a person dies with Christ and is 3 II, 1| to situations: an injured person has to rediscover all the 4 III, 0| encounter with the living person of Christ".79 "The first 5 III, 0| 4), the Word, the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity, 6 III, 0| religious traditions of each person, working together for human 7 III, 0| the one in whose name a person would kill other people, 8 III, 0| the development of every person and of the whole person, 9 III, 0| person and of the whole person, especially of the poorest 10 III, 0| impact on the dignity of the person, by the way in which it 11 III, 0| the development of every person and of the whole person, 12 III, 0| person and of the whole person, considered not only individually 13 III, 0| degrades and destroys the person. "The condemnation of evils 14 IV, 1| reaches its apex in the person of Jesus Christ".154 Through 15 IV, 2| responsibilities proper to the human person".160 The Synod deplored 16 V, 1| essential means for the person to reach maturity.182 In 17 VI, 0| teaching of the Church. Each person, according to his state 18 VI, 0| task of the faithful lay person ... is to be the salt of 19 VI, 0| places where only a lay person is able to render the Church 20 VI, 0| isolated efforts of each person. It is a responsibility 21 VI, 1| respect due to every human person, to use every means available 22 VI, 1| rights and dignity of the person. Peoples crushed and reduced


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