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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Ecclesia in Africa

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1 Intro, 0| some form of meeting of the African Bishops to discuss the evangelization 2 Intro, 0| expressed a desire for an African Council or African Synod, 3 Intro, 0| for an African Council or African Synod, which would have 4 Intro, 0| or another", of the whole African Episcopate in order "to 5 Intro, 0| solidarity within the entire African territory and nearby Islands". 6 Intro, 0| sound of drums and other African musical instruments. On 7 Intro, 0| particular the followers of African traditional religion, and 8 I, 0 | Africa rejoiced to see how African Catholics are assuming ever 9 I, 0 | to be both Catholic and African. The celebration of the 10 I, 0 | expectations not only of African Catholics but also those 11 I, 0 | part for the first time on African soil at a meeting of the 12 I, 0 | authentically and unequivocally African. At the same time, it was 13 I, 0 | Secretariat of the Synod on African soil: at Yamoussoukro, Ivory 14 I, 0 | publicly and privately in every African parish until the actual 15 I, 0 | liturgists and experts in African chants and musical instruments, 16 I, 0 | would have a distinctly African character.~ 17 I, 0 | that the response of the African peoples to my appeal to 18 I, 0 | both within and beyond the African Ecclesial Communities, far 19 I, 0 | renewed awareness among African Christians.33~Throughout 20 I, 0 | growth of the Church on the African Continent. But since by 21 II, 1 | the other end of the North African coastline, Tertullian, Saint 22 II, 1 | examples, as also the saintly African Popes, Victor I, Melchiades 23 II, 1 | the exploration of the African coast by the Portuguese 24 II, 1 | In that moment, in your African homeland the Pentecost of 25 II, 1 | apostles and promoters of the African mission. It was a period 26 II, 1 | In recent decades many African countries have celebrated 27 II, 1 | Mission Day, 1964: "These African Martyrs add a new page to 28 II, 1 | Zaire, whom I beatified on African soil in 1985, Blessed Victoria 29 II, 1 | sacrifice which makes the African Church great and holy from 30 II, 1 | the evangelization of the African Continent, devoted themselves, 31 II, 1 | which took place on the African Continent, especially during 32 II, 1 | new Institutes founded on African soil, taking into their 33 II, 1 | centuries the number of African Catholics has grown quickly 34 II, 1 | of the Gospel among the African peoples is well known. Finally, 35 II, 1 | slowly increasing number of African diocesan priests are beginning 36 II, 1 | countries or abroad. The African provinces of Religious Institutes 37 II, 1 | than thirty years ago many African countries gained their independence 38 II, 1 | cultural development of the African peoples. However, "in some 39 II, 1 | overall situation of the African Continent today, especially 40 II, 1 | Positive values of African culture~42. Although Africa 41 II, 1 | 43. In African culture and tradition the 42 II, 1 | and respect for life, the African loves children, who are 43 II, 1 | relatives within the family.~African cultures have an acute sense 44 II, 1 | Indeed, community life in African societies expresses the 45 II, 1 | Some choices of the African peoples~44. While the shadows 46 II, 1 | and the dark side of the African situation described above 47 II, 1 | democratic process in many African countries, expressing the 48 II, 1 | Samaritans, give to the African victims of wars and disasters, 49 II, 2 | 2000 approaches? How can African Christians become ever more 50 II, 2 | Communities, and of dialogue with African traditional religion and 51 II, 2 | hope for a flowering of African missionary vocations depends 52 III, 0 | is why at a time when the African Continent is in some ways 53 III, 0 | the easier because "the African believes in God the Creator 54 III, 0 | News, is God who saves the African ... from oppression and 55 III, 0 | research in the field of African cultures in all their complexity". 56 III, 0 | 67. With regard to African traditional religion, a 57 III, 0 | Gospel".115~The adherents of African traditional religion should 58 III, 0 | purpose, suitable courses in African traditional religion should 59 IV, 1 | solidarity within the entire African territory and nearby Islands". 60 IV, 1 | profound and rapid changes in African societies and to the effects 61 IV, 1 | faithful to all authentic African values. Inculturation of 62 IV, 2 | the evangelization of the African family a major priority, 63 IV, 2 | cultural difficulties which African families must face as a 64 IV, 2 | values of modernity, the African family must preserve its 65 IV, 2 | The Synod deplored those African customs and practices "which 66 IV, 2 | Saving the African family~84. Many interventions 67 IV, 2 | present-day threats to the African family. The concerns of 68 IV, 2 | September 1994 in Cairo — on African soilclearly seemed to 69 IV, 2 | contradicting many values of the African family. The Synod Fathers, 70 IV, 2 | pleaded: "Do not allow the African family to be ridiculed on 71 IV, 2 | fraternal life. This is how African societies will be transformed 72 V, 1 | explicit appeal for each African Christian family to become " 73 V, 1 | and noble values of the African tradition of the family, 74 V, 2 | Church, by developing an African theology, by promoting the 75 V, 2 | can shed helpful light on African society. "Catholic cultural 76 VI, 0 | improvised. Aware that in many African countries gross violations 77 VI, 0 | great sadness that many African nations still labour under 78 VI, 0 | The Synod also called on African governments to establish 79 VI, 0 | present world order, the African nations are among the most 80 VI, 1 | stop doing so, and it asked African governments "to move away 81 VI, 1 | the crushing debts of the African nations".233 Finally, I 82 VI, 1 | 234 The situation of many African countries is so serious 83 VI, 1 | Dignity of the African woman~121. One of the characteristic 84 VI, 1 | are still found in some African societies, all "the customs 85 VI, 2 | which the media flood the African Continent. In particular 86 VI, 2 | negative portrayal of the African in the media and called 87 VI, 2 | Africa, such as the Pan African Episcopal Committee for 88 VII, 0 | region, and in the entire African Continent. In all the discussions 89 VII, 0 | and daily experiences of African life. There is no question 90 VII, 0 | into the very centre of African life and of lifting up all 91 VII, 0 | life and of lifting up all African life to Christ. Thus not 92 VII, 0 | of his Body, is himself African".243~ 93 VII, 0 | Churches in the context of each African country, among the various 94 VII, 0 | solidarity within the entire African territory and nearby Islands". 95 VII, 0 | that a growing number of African priests have been responding 96 VII, 0 | respect for the values of African traditional religion.~


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