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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Ecclesia in Africa

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1002 III, 0 | Creator, Provident and Just Judge, values which are readily 1003 Intro, 0 | SECAM). This took place in July- August 1969, during the 1004 V, 1 | to be helped in acquiring juridical status and becoming autonomous 1005 I, 0 | This is why there is no justification for despair or pessimism 1006 IV, 2 | Fathers were all the more justified in that the preparatory 1007 II, 1 | hand. But this does not justify a general condemnation involving 1008 I, 0 | instruments, ensured, in keeping with my wishes, that these 1009 IV, 1 | which divides people and keeps them apart (cf. Eph 2:16).~ 1010 III, 0 | This emptying of self, this kenosis necessary for exaltation, 1011 IV, 1 | the goal of preaching the kerygma is to bring the hearer to 1012 III, 0 | whose name a person would kill other people, he requires 1013 IV, 1 | materialistic seductions of all kinds, a certain secularization 1014 III, 0 | supernatural light into knowl- edge of the whole truth. 1015 V, 1 | 93. The Church in Africa knows well that youth are not 1016 VI, 0 | many African nations still labour under authoritarian and 1017 II, 1 | early Church. They have laboured much and suffered much to 1018 VI, 0 | embezzlement by citizens lacking public spirit or by unscrupulous 1019 II, 1 | our Continent very much lacks: hope, peace, joy, harmony, 1020 I, 0 | Assembly of SECAM held in Lagos, Nigeria, in 1987, had already 1021 V, 1 | Exhortation Christifideles Laici 170 and the Encyclical Letter 1022 VII, 0 | gratefully endorsing this dec- laration of the Special Assembly, 1023 II, 1 | Church in Africa are due largely to the heroic and selfless 1024 VI, 0 | for only in this way can lasting peace and harmony for humanity 1025 V, 2 | self-reliance of the Churches.207 Lastly, we cannot forget that a 1026 III, 0 | traditions proper to either the Latin or Eastern Church, "inculturation 1027 Intro, 0 | invites Christ's messengers to launch out into the deep and to 1028 I, 0 | Vatican Council taught: "As lawful Successors of the Apostles 1029 VI, 0 | established on the sound basis of laws which protect the rights 1030 III, 0 | culture for the purpose of learning how to make good use of 1031 IV, 2 | Here, in this school, one learns why it is necessary to have 1032 VI, 1 | countries is so serious as to leave no room for attitudes of 1033 II, 1 | beat him and departed, leaving him half dead (cf. Lk 10: 1034 IV, 1 | himself to be possessed and led by him".148 "Techniques 1035 II, 2 | that, within the borders left behind by the colonial powers, 1036 I, 0 | of charity and protects legitimate differences, while at the 1037 V, 1 | Where pastoral conditions lend themselves to respect and 1038 I, 0 | The Fathers explored at length and in all its complexity 1039 VI, 0 | compassionate ear must also be lent to the anguished cries of 1040 III, 0 | in mourning, paralytics, lepers, the blind, the deaf, the 1041 I, 0 | traditions, without in any way lessening the primacy of the Chair 1042 VII, 0 | Episcopal Conferences. Through liaison bodies at the regional and 1043 III, 0 | kind of neglect. He came to liberate humanity; he came to take 1044 III, 0 | to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed, 1045 II, 1 | all-pervading despair, where lie the hope and optimism which 1046 III, 0 | nations, must take root in the life-situation of the hearers of the Word. 1047 VII, 0 | activity "is the fostering of lifelong vocations ad gentes, in 1048 III, 0 | says: "And I, when I am lifted up from the earth, will 1049 VII, 0 | centre of African life and of lifting up all African life to Christ. 1050 I, 0 | took advantage of the ad Limina Visits of the Continent' 1051 V, 1 | love which transcends the limits of the natural solidarity 1052 VI, 1 | has been in the front line of the search for negotiated 1053 IV, 2 | social role".166~Along these lines, the Special Assembly for 1054 III, 0 | evangelizers. She puts on their lips the saving Word".70 Like 1055 III, 0 | also for the reader, the listener and the viewer. Trained 1056 V, 2 | Thus they are places of listening, respect and tolerance.~ 1057 II, 1 | in theological study and literary production. The names of 1058 I, 0 | prepared the Eucharistic Liturgies for the opening and closing 1059 I, 0 | which included theologians, liturgists and experts in African chants 1060 VI, 0 | returned. In the granting of loans, it is important to make 1061 VI, 0 | profound differences, overcome long- standing ethnic animosities 1062 VI, 1 | should find equitable and long-lasting solutions to the problems 1063 VI, 0 | effect solutions which can no longer be put off.~ 1064 III, 0 | Paschal Mystery".95~It is by looking at the Mystery of the Incarnation 1065 VII, 0 | to them, they must never lose sight of the needs of the 1066 VII, 0 | neediest. In so doing she never loses sight of the primacy of 1067 II, 1 | children and young people — are lying, as it were, on the edge 1068 II, 2 | for all, become parts of a machine, cogs on a gigantic wheel. 1069 I, 0 | make my own: "Like Mary Magdalene on the morning of the Resurrection, 1070 Conclu, 0| the Angel Gabriel, and her Magnificat was already the exultant 1071 II, 1 | in which we find the most magnificent as well as the most tragic 1072 III, 0 | Church's teaching must be maintained. At the same time, people 1073 III, 0 | missionaries".74 Because the vast majority of Africans have not yet 1074 II, 2 | or respect their cultural make-up. They frequently impose 1075 I, 0 | example into Swahili, Arabic, Malagasy, etc. "Publications, conferences 1076 II, 2 | society".58 During my visit to Malawi I made the same point: " 1077 VI, 0 | of particular importance: malnutrition, the widespread deterioration 1078 III, 0 | and of the unity of all mankind".104~ 1079 I, 0 | which met in January and March 1989. This Commission was 1080 IV, 2 | Kingdom, where "they neither marry nor are given in marriage" ( 1081 III, 0 | to the supreme sacrifice: martyrdom (cf. Mk 8:35). For the Church 1082 VI, 0 | destruction, not to mention massacres and the scandal and tragedy 1083 VI, 1 | continues to suffer from the massive displacement of refugees, 1084 III, 0 | of the Gospel, who must master, among other things, the 1085 IV, 1 | urbanization, unemployment, materialistic seductions of all kinds, 1086 I, 0 | are becoming increasingly mature".9~ 1087 III, 0 | Pastors "to exploit to the maximum the numerous possibilities 1088 II, 1 | spite of its poverty and the meagre means at its disposal, the 1089 | meantime 1090 I, 0 | one God, and there is one mediator between God and men, the 1091 VI, 1 | widespread poverty and inadequate medical services the Synod considered 1092 I, 0 | figured prominently in my meetings with the People of God in 1093 II, 2 | and even religions often meets obstacles arising from serious 1094 II, 1 | African Popes, Victor I, Melchiades and Gelasius I, belong to 1095 II, 1 | also recorded a growth in membership. In this way the Church 1096 IV, 2 | like every sacrament, is a memorial, actuation and prophecy". 1097 Intro, 0 | of the Synod of Bishops. Memories of this event are still 1098 III, 0 | 76 To Africa, which is menaced on all sides by outbreaks 1099 V, 0 | God demands a change of mentality (metanoia) and behaviour 1100 I, 0 | thanks to the Almighty and Merciful Father through the Son in 1101 I, 0 | belief that the greatness and mercy of the one God were manifested 1102 II, 1 | dialogue.46 The outstanding and meritorious achievements in the field 1103 Intro, 0 | urgently invites Christ's messengers to launch out into the deep 1104 III, 0 | at Nazareth, he chose the Messianic text of the Book of the 1105 | might 1106 V, 1 | simple life as befits their milieu".189 While respecting the 1107 III, 0 | risks of false irenicism or militant fundamentalism, and to raising 1108 VI, 2 | include songs and music, mimes and the theatre, proverbs 1109 II, 1 | described above can in no way be minimized, it is worth recalling here 1110 Intro, 0 | Christianity's beginning the minister of Candace, Queen of Ethiopia, 1111 I, 0 | the house of Cornelius the miracle of Pentecost was in a sense 1112 II, 1 | is abject poverty, tragic mismanagement of available scarce resources, 1113 V, 1 | Encyclical Letter Redemptoris Missio.171 Lay people are to be 1114 V, 1 | of the Church as Family, mixed groups for consultation 1115 I, 0 | suitable planning and the mobilization of resources.26~The Synod' 1116 V, 0 | following artistically worthy models, can be changed in the light 1117 IV, 2 | adopting the positive values of modernity, the African family must 1118 Intro, 0 | Africa experienced true moments of grace. Indeed, the idea 1119 II, 1 | the first founders of the monastic life, which later spread 1120 VI, 1 | appeal to "the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank 1121 II, 1 | Perpetua and Felicitas, Saint Monica and Saint Thecla are particularly 1122 III, 0 | becoming the "sponsa ornata monilibus suis", "the bride who adorns 1123 Intro, 0 | those who profess the great monotheistic religions, in particular 1124 I, 0 | animated by a profound sense of morality.29~ 1125 I, 0 | Like Mary Magdalene on the morning of the Resurrection, like 1126 | mostly 1127 II, 1 | Church bears witness ... The motivating concern for the poor — who 1128 III, 0 | and the force of higher motivation".133~ 1129 III, 0 | by suffering: persons in mourning, paralytics, lepers, the 1130 I, 0 | in a striking and deeply moving way. This universality, " 1131 II, 1 | Benin, São Tomé, Angola, Mozambique and Madagascar.~On Pentecost 1132 II, 2 | Church holds that these multitudes have the right to know the 1133 VI, 2 | forms include songs and music, mimes and the theatre, 1134 III, 0 | the blind, the deaf, the mute (cf. Mt 8:17)".118 "It is 1135 V, 1 | some points in the document Mutuae Relationes,187 in order 1136 IV, 1 | reconciliation. Forgiven and mutually reconciled, these sons and 1137 III, 0 | Sacred Scripture such as the Mystical Body, People of God, Temple 1138 Conclu, 0| of Christ, pierced by the nails of the Crucifixion. The 1139 VII, 0 | not for any limited and narrow mission but for the widest 1140 VII, 0 | to overcome cultural and nationalistic barriers, avoiding all isolationism". 1141 VII, 0 | distinctions of race and nationality.~In view of the specific 1142 Intro, 0 | First of all my thoughts naturally turn to the Africans themselves 1143 Conclu, 0| the Third Millennium draws near, to her I entrust Africa 1144 I, 0 | taken place in the course of nearly thirty yearsGeneral Assemblies 1145 VII, 0 | behalf of the poor and the neediest. In so doing she never loses 1146 II, 1 | fidei donum priests in other needy Dioceses — in their own 1147 III, 0 | and combat every kind of neglect. He came to liberate humanity; 1148 V, 2 | Catholic schools, without neglecting "the Christian education 1149 VI, 1 | front line of the search for negotiated solutions to the armed conflicts 1150 VI, 1 | causes such as "tribalism, nepotism, racism, religious intolerance 1151 Intro, 0 | the deep and to cast their nets for the catch (cf. Lk 5: 1152 II, 1 | the steady increase in the network of catechists, whose contribution 1153 | Nevertheless 1154 IV, 1 | Christ. As Jesus says to Nicodemus: ?Truly, truly, I say to 1155 I, 0 | of SECAM held in Lagos, Nigeria, in 1987, had already considered 1156 Conclu, 0| by the angel on Christmas night is truly for all the people ( 1157 | ninety 1158 I, 0 | of the Lineamenta at the Ninth Plenary Assembly of SECAM 1159 II, 1 | of its authenticity and nobility, its mark as ?apostolic'. 1160 III, 0 | in sub-human social, eco- nomic, cultural and political 1161 V, 2 | Christian education of pupils in non-Catholic schools. For university 1162 II, 2 | respects and esteems the non-Christian religions professed by very 1163 II, 2 | Church to withhold from these non-Christians the proclamation of Jesus 1164 II, 2 | by centres mostly in the northern hemisphere, do not always 1165 II, 1 | confirmed by facts such as the noteworthy and rapid increase in the 1166 II, 1 | unity".48~After correctly noting that Africa is a huge Continent 1167 V, 0 | in word and deed, a life nourished in the Church by the reception 1168 IV, 2 | it is its foundation and nourishes it continually through its 1169 I, 0 | stated: "It is often said nowadays that the present century 1170 II, 1 | seventeenth century, in Nubia. At that time a new phase 1171 V, 1 | called upon to be a powerful nucleus of Christian witness in 1172 II, 1 | great King of the Congo, Nzinga-a-Nkuwu, to ask for missionaries 1173 Conclu, 0| session of the Synod in Rome:~O Mary, Mother of God~and 1174 III, 0 | himself the subject and object of this Word. The Good News 1175 VI, 0 | the rights and define the obligations of the citizens.216 I must 1176 Intro, 0 | the Lord, teaching them to observe all that he has commanded ( 1177 VII, 0 | that such divisions are now obsolete, having been abolished by 1178 V, 1 | pastor the Church which God obtained with the Blood of his own 1179 V, 1 | Similarly, Christians who occupy positions of responsibility 1180 I, 0 | at the end of the Easter Octave. The Synod Fathers, assembled 1181 | off 1182 VI, 1 | Church, as expressed in many official documents and interventions 1183 V, 1 | living it faithfully, rec- ognizing "this surpassing gift which 1184 VI, 0 | The obligation to commit oneself to the development of peoples 1185 I, 0 | that the Fathers solemnly opened the discussion of the Synod' 1186 V, 0 | challenges mentioned show how opportune the Special Assembly for 1187 Intro, 0 | onwards, offered valuable opportunities for the Church in Africa 1188 II, 2 | ethnocentricity and tribal opposition figure among the fundamental 1189 II, 2 | mutual hostility. "Tribal oppositions at times endanger if not 1190 I, 0 | faced the many evils which oppress Africa today. The Fathers 1191 III, 0 | saves the African ... from oppression and slavery".81~Evangelization 1192 VI, 0 | under authoritarian and oppressive regimes which deny their 1193 II, 1 | where lie the hope and optimism which the Gospel brings? 1194 II, 1 | witness. The preferential option for the poor is "a special 1195 III, 0 | critical mind.~In Africa, where oral transmission is one of the 1196 V, 1 | permanent diaconate "as an ordained ministry and also as an 1197 VII, 0 | contribute to the better ordering of human society, it is 1198 VII, 0 | priests received at their Ordination prepares them not for any 1199 VII, 0 | update pastoral techniques, organize and coordinate ecclesial 1200 II, 1 | for the purpose of better organizing and expanding the missions.~ 1201 IV, 2 | individual household: it is oriented towards society. "The family 1202 II, 1 | writers come to mind, men like Origen, Saint Athanasius, and Saint 1203 IV, 2 | his Body. He reveals the original truth of marriage, the truth 1204 III, 0 | cultures, becoming the "sponsa ornata monilibus suis", "the bride 1205 | Otherwise 1206 | ours 1207 III, 0 | menaced on all sides by outbreaks of hatred and violence, 1208 II, 1 | word of God; consider the outcome of their life; and imitate 1209 VII, 0 | universal and missionary outlook. They are the means for 1210 VII, 0 | the Special Assembly the overriding concern was to bear witness 1211 II, 2 | competent directors and to oversee the quality of the formation 1212 III, 0 | ought to bring about this overwhelming and exhilarating experience 1213 II, 1 | desert, Paul, Anthony, and Pachomius, the first founders of the 1214 VI, 1 | Continent. This mission of pacification must continue, encouraged 1215 VI, 2 | exist in Africa, such as the Pan African Episcopal Committee 1216 III, 0 | suffering: persons in mourning, paralytics, lepers, the blind, the 1217 III, 0 | especially through full or partial translations of the Bible, 1218 I, 0 | perceive that God shows no partiality, but in every nation any 1219 I, 0 | Africa, together with all the participants in this holy Synod, united 1220 II, 1 | inhabitants of the places who participated directly in the birth of 1221 VI, 0 | the sign of a Church which participates in the promotion of the 1222 VI, 0 | and the proper manner of participating in political life, in order 1223 III, 0 | ethnocentrism and excessive particularism, trying instead to encourage 1224 I, 0 | truly felicitous and did not pass unnoticed by the universal 1225 IV, 1 | with technical expertise in passing on more clearly the content 1226 III, 0 | season ... unfailing in patience and in teaching" (2 Tim 1227 II, 1 | the Church will continue patiently and tirelessly its work 1228 I, 0 | And as Saint John at Patmos during particularly difficult 1229 Intro, 0 | thirty-five Cardinals, one Patriarch, thirty-nine Archbishops, 1230 II, 1 | the Greek Church of the Patriarchate of Alexandria, the Coptic 1231 V, 1 | the evangelizers of their peers. No one can do this better 1232 I, 0 | family, reconciliation and penance in the life of the Church 1233 V, 0 | through which the faith penetrates the life of individuals 1234 I, 0 | Peter then said: "Truly I perceive that God shows no partiality, 1235 II, 1 | fundamental importance is the high percentage of indigenous Bishops who 1236 IV, 2 | his or her own mission in perfect harmony with the other members 1237 IV, 1 | truths of faith, nor can they perform actions which they have 1238 II, 1 | effort alone could have performed this work in the course 1239 | perhaps 1240 I, 0 | some important journals and periodicals, individual Bishops and 1241 II, 1 | themselves available, for limited periods, as fidei donum priests 1242 IV, 1 | work must be seen not as peripheral but as central to the Christian 1243 II, 1 | Predecessor Pope Gregory XV permanently erected the Congregation 1244 III, 0 | to allow themselves to be permeated by this new civilization 1245 VI, 0 | dignity and rights are being perpetrated, I ask the Episcopal Conferences 1246 II, 1 | Christ. Among them Saints Perpetua and Felicitas, Saint Monica 1247 III, 0 | eternal glory",77 in order to perpetuate in time and space his victory 1248 IV, 2 | has the special mission of perpetuating humanity, transcends the 1249 VI, 0 | Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness' sake, 1250 VI, 0 | services with the resulting persistence of endemic diseases, the 1251 Intro, 0 | welcoming, as I said, the petitions often expressed for some 1252 IV, 1 | challenges linked to the phenomena notably of family uprooting, 1253 III, 0 | each of his disciples (cf. Phil 2:6-9), sheds light on the 1254 VII, 0 | following words: "The prophetic phrase of Paul VI, ?You Africans 1255 I, 0 | Despite the mainly negative picture which today characterizes 1256 Conclu, 0| on the palms of Christ, pierced by the nails of the Crucifixion. 1257 V, 1 | built on the solid cultural pillars and noble values of the 1258 II, 1 | mouth of the Zaire River, at Pinda, beginning a genuine missionary 1259 VI, 0 | trafficking, the shameful and pitiable spectacle of refugees and 1260 Intro, 0 | the topic which had been placed before it: "The Church in 1261 I, 0 | process, "walking together", placing their individual talents 1262 VI, 0 | in foreign banks. This is plain theft, whatever the legal 1263 II, 1 | disposal, the Church in Africa plays a leading role in what touches 1264 VI, 1 | Fathers I feel the duty to plead their cause: it is urgently 1265 IV, 2 | safeguard the family. They pleaded: "Do not allow the African 1266 III, 0 | instituted the Eucharist, "the pledge of eternal glory",77 in 1267 VI, 0 | democracy, which respects pluralism, "is one of the principal 1268 VI, 0 | of the earth~108. In the pluralistic societies of our day, it 1269 V, 2 | will be able to offer to poorer Dioceses economic assistance 1270 II, 1 | also the saintly African Popes, Victor I, Melchiades and 1271 II, 1 | fourteen per cent of the population of Africa, Catholic health 1272 VI, 2 | particular I warn against the pornography and violence which are inundating 1273 VI, 2 | deplored "the very negative portrayal of the African in the media 1274 II, 1 | missionaries, many others came from Portugal and other European countries 1275 II, 1 | the African coast by the Portuguese was soon accompanied by 1276 III, 0 | evangelization, or when its practice poses serious pastoral problems, 1277 V, 1 | Similarly, Christians who occupy positions of responsibility are to 1278 VI, 0 | providential occasion to evaluate positively the place and role of Africa 1279 I, 0 | her mission. She "does not possess them of herself; it is Christ 1280 IV, 1 | who allows himself to be possessed and led by him".148 "Techniques 1281 V, 2 | Dioceses are often far from possessing them in sufficient measure. 1282 VI, 0 | care the procedures, the possessions and the life style of the 1283 III, 0 | the maximum the numerous possibilities which the Church's present 1284 Conclu, 0| At the conclusion of this PostSynodal Apostolic Exhortation in 1285 V, 1 | Family cannot reach her full potential as Church unless she is 1286 I, 0 | the Holy Spirit had been poured out even on the Gentiles. 1287 V, 2 | it they can express and practise the initiatives which faith 1288 III, 0 | will".107 Dialogue is to be practised first of all within the 1289 VII, 0 | ready to respond to it by practising the virtue of solidarity. 1290 I, 0 | for which we must give praise and thanks to the Almighty 1291 I, 0 | the Church, and fervently praying together for the Synod's 1292 Conclu, 0| you and with you fervently prays:~May the outpouring of the 1293 VII, 0 | apostolic solidarity in a pre-eminent way through the Synod of 1294 VI, 1 | if in exile, they live a precarious existence as economic refugees. 1295 II, 1 | to bear this witness. The preferential option for the poor is " 1296 III, 0 | practice, and without any prejudice to the traditions proper 1297 VI, 2 | the beautiful. Echoing the preoccupation of the Synod Fathers I express 1298 VII, 0 | received at their Ordination prepares them not for any limited 1299 I, 0 | 24. The presentation of the Lineamenta at the 1300 III, 0 | known, loved, pondered and preserved in the hearts of the faithful ( 1301 VII, 0 | Bishops: "By respecting, preserving and fostering the particular 1302 I, 0 | Chair of Peter. This Chair presides over the whole assembly 1303 V, 2 | 203 These contributions presuppose the human, cultural and 1304 III, 0 | the Church".102~All this presupposes a profound study of the 1305 IV, 1 | count and the law of force prevails, the law which fatally distances 1306 VI, 1 | better — and also easier — to prevent wars than to try to stop 1307 IV, 2 | Fathers, accepting my concerns previously expressed to the Conference 1308 III, 0 | peoples".131 Only at this price is peace established between 1309 V, 1 | deeply convinced that for the priest celibacy is inseparable 1310 VII, 0 | to promote the renewal of priestly formation. The words of 1311 V, 1 | communities as follows: primarily they should be places engaged 1312 V, 1 | seeking new vocations without prior dialogue with the local 1313 I, 0 | recited both publicly and privately in every African parish 1314 VI, 0 | to examine with care the procedures, the possessions and the 1315 I, 0 | very credibility of the proclaimers of this message. The Synod 1316 IV, 1 | Gospel is never an internal product of a particular country 1317 II, 2 | non-Christian religions professed by very many Africans, for 1318 VI, 2 | in other areas, such as professional training, structures of 1319 VI, 0 | saintly Heads of State, who profoundly love their own people and 1320 II, 1 | even when the so-called ?progressive civilizations' would like 1321 Intro, 0 | result of an intense and prolonged collegial endeavour.~But 1322 V, 2 | Institutes in Africa have a prominent role to play in the proclamation 1323 I, 0 | Assembly always figured prominently in my meetings with the 1324 I, 0 | of the activities being promoted in preparation for that 1325 II, 1 | played over the years as a promoter of peace and reconciliation 1326 II, 1 | by the great apostles and promoters of the African mission. 1327 VII, 0 | earnestly recommend that their promotional work be increasingly directed 1328 VI, 0 | some of the areas where prompt interventions are necessary 1329 II, 1 | the rule of law would be promptly removed through the concerted 1330 Intro, 0 | Assembly for Africa, I am promulgating the text of this Post-Synodal 1331 III, 0 | Christ is the unmistakable proof of God's love for humanity ( 1332 II, 1 | erected the Congregation de Propaganda Fide for the purpose of 1333 VI, 2 | necessary to ensure that they propagate the good, the true and the 1334 I, 0 | difficult times received prophecies of hope for the People of 1335 IV, 2 | memorial, actuation and prophecy".163~Marriage is therefore 1336 III, 0 | old to our fathers by the prophets; but in these last days 1337 Intro, 0 | the challenges and future prospects of evangelization in Africa 1338 I, 0 | assembly of charity and protects legitimate differences, 1339 IV, 2 | time in Africa, is the "prototype and example for all Christian 1340 VI, 2 | mimes and the theatre, proverbs and fables. As vehicles 1341 III, 0 | who is Eternal, Creator, Provident and Just Judge, values which 1342 III, 0 | Church's present discipline provides in this matter".98~ 1343 II, 1 | countries or abroad. The African provinces of Religious Institutes 1344 VI, 0 | Such political injustices provoke tensions which often degenerate 1345 V, 1 | Religious Institutes, great prudence and enlightened discernment 1346 III, 0 | traditional religion, a serene and prudent dialogue will be able, on 1347 VI, 1 | ploughshares, and their spears into pruning hooks (cf. Is 2:4).~ 1348 IV, 1 | schemes on a sociological or psychological basis are quickly seen to 1349 I, 0 | can be said that with the publication of the Lineamenta preparations 1350 I, 0 | Arabic, Malagasy, etc. "Publications, conferences and symposia 1351 V, 2 | by publishing books and publicizing Catholic truth, by undertaking 1352 I, 0 | Likewise, when the time came to publish the Lineamenta, I invited 1353 V, 2 | liturgical celebration, by publishing books and publicizing Catholic 1354 V, 2 | the Christian education of pupils in non-Catholic schools. 1355 II, 1 | also the need for rites of purification and expiation.~ 1356 V, 0 | inculturation wisely carried out purifies and elevates the cultures 1357 III, 0 | authentic human values, purifying them from sin and restoring 1358 V, 2 | requested that this thrust be pursued and developed among all 1359 III, 0 | Vatican Council says so well: "Pursuing the saving purpose which 1360 II, 2 | not peace, at least the pursuit of the common good of the 1361 III, 0 | sends out evangelizers. She puts on their lips the saving 1362 VII, 0 | Putting solidarity into practice~ 1363 Intro, 0 | Synod Fathers, assisted by qualifed representatives of the clergy, 1364 V, 2 | its own needs.206 Besides qualified personnel, evangelization 1365 II, 2 | directors and to oversee the quality of the formation offered. 1366 Intro, 0 | the minister of Candace, Queen of Ethiopia, rejoiced at 1367 Conclu, 0| from the answers to the questionnaire attached to the outline 1368 IV, 1 | basis are quickly seen to be quite valueless".149~Genuine witness 1369 II, 2 | the grip of famine, war, racial and tribal tensions, political 1370 VI, 1 | as "tribalism, nepotism, racism, religious intolerance and 1371 IV, 1 | everyone. Wars, conflicts and racist and xenophobic attitudes 1372 VII, 0 | the first Christians and radiate enthusiasm and courage. 1373 VI, 2 | training, structures of radio and television production, 1374 III, 0 | delicate task, since it raises the question of the Church' 1375 I, 0 | practical matters. Its true raison d'être is the fact that 1376 III, 0 | effectively assisted by "the ranks of men and women catechists, 1377 I, 0 | Jesus, who gave himself as a ransom for all" (1 Tim 2:4-6). 1378 Intro, 0 | present century which is now rapidly approaching the Third Millennium. 1379 II, 1 | in 1985, Blessed Victoria Rasoamanarivo of Madagascar, and Blessed 1380 VI, 1 | The ideal solution is the re-establishment of a just peace, reconciliation 1381 VII, 0 | of God in the world and re-live in your own countries the 1382 II, 1 | Africa? "Other causes are reaching their final stages. The 1383 III, 0 | communication but also for the reader, the listener and the viewer. 1384 I, 0 | Africa. One of the Scriptural readings, taken from the Acts of 1385 I, 0 | and understood".25 After reaffirming this truth, the Special 1386 Intro, 0 | subjected to a detailed and realistic study the lights and shadows, 1387 VII, 0 | transcendent and of those spiritual realities which are the first fruits 1388 IV, 1 | she must believe, to her reasons for hoping, to the new commandment 1389 VI, 0 | by corruption. A serious reawakening of conscience linked to 1390 IV, 1 | which signifies and effects rebirth from the Spirit, establishes 1391 V, 1 | in living it faithfully, rec- ognizing "this surpassing 1392 III, 0 | Proclamation~57. "The Synod recalls that to evangelize is to 1393 I, 0 | this Trinitarian unity, receives the fullness of honour and 1394 VII, 0 | for a long time are now "receiving more and more candidates 1395 Intro, 0 | Recipients of the Exhortation~7. In 1396 III, 0 | well as against the lack of reciprocity in matters of religious 1397 I, 0 | and requested that it be recited both publicly and privately 1398 III, 0 | Leo the Great: "Christian, recognize your dignity"?125~To proclaim 1399 VI, 0 | witness to justice, she recognizes that whoever dares to speak 1400 VII, 0 | younger Churches. I earnestly recommend that their promotional work 1401 VI, 0 | young political entities. To reconcile profound differences, overcome 1402 II, 1 | and of women, have also recorded a growth in membership. 1403 II, 1 | They need to be helped to recoup their energies so as to 1404 III, 0 | release to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind, to 1405 IV, 1 | open their doors to the Redeemer.~ 1406 I, 0 | Paschal Mystery".35 God's redeeming love embraces the whole 1407 I, 0 | manifested above all in the Redemptive Incarnation of the Son of 1408 V, 1 | and the Encyclical Letter Redemptoris Missio.171 Lay people are 1409 II, 1 | an injured person has to rediscover all the resources of his 1410 VI, 0 | these activities help to reduce ignorance, improve public 1411 I, 0 | proclaim".27~That is why, with reference to the Church's evangelizing 1412 III, 0 | but in some way casts the reflected light of that life over 1413 VII, 0 | to the ends of the earth" reflects the desire to implement, 1414 II, 1 | attains a series of necessary reforms".52~ 1415 Conclu, 0| was there that he sought refuge from Herod's cruelty",270 1416 Intro, 0 | great choices to be made regarding the Continent's future. 1417 VII, 0 | Church, every nation, every region, and in the entire African 1418 VI, 2 | in many places government regulations impose undue control on 1419 II, 1 | The Synod Fathers strongly reiterated their homage to the missionaries 1420 V, 0 | which it is proclaimed, rejecting whatever is marked by sin. 1421 V, 1 | points in the document Mutuae Relationes,187 in order to define better 1422 II, 1 | keep elderly parents and relatives within the family.~African 1423 III, 0 | has sent me to proclaim release to the captives and recovering 1424 III, 0 | considers himself as sent to relieve human misery and combat 1425 IV, 2 | therefore the permanent reminder to the Church of what happened 1426 III, 0 | Resurrection, he brought about the remission of our sins and our reconciliation 1427 VI, 2 | effort should be made to remove these obstacles. The media, 1428 II, 1 | of law would be promptly removed through the concerted action 1429 VI, 0 | a lay person is able to render the Church present".212~ 1430 III, 0 | concluded their work by renewing their commitment to accept 1431 Intro, 0 | commemoration on which the Church renews her awareness of the universality 1432 Intro, 0 | priests, theologians and rep- resentatives of the laity, " 1433 I, 0 | Pentecost was in a sense repeated. Peter then said: "Truly 1434 VI, 1 | them" (Gen 1:27).~I have repeatedly affirmed the fundamental 1435 IV, 1 | advanced ones could not replace the gentle action of the 1436 I, 0 | This Commission was then replaced by the Council of the General 1437 I, 0 | also wish to go away?", replied: "Lord, to whom shall we 1438 IV, 1 | love that the disciple must reproduce in his own life: "By this 1439 Intro, 0 | priests, theologians and rep- resentatives of the laity, "in order 1440 VI, 1 | silence suffer as innocent and resigned victims all these situations 1441 II, 1 | and that all obstacles and resistance to the establishment of 1442 IV, 2 | seemed to wish to adopt resolutions contradicting many values 1443 III, 0 | to Christ with confident resolve.~ 1444 II, 3 | mentioned? "The most important [resource], after the grace of Christ, 1445 VI, 0 | concerned, justice is not always respected with regard to those men 1446 II, 1 | demonstrate.40 Africa has responded with great generosity to 1447 I, 0 | I must now add that the response of the African peoples to 1448 II, 2 | order to provide adequate responses to these questions the Bishops, 1449 III, 0 | communication. He came to restore on the one hand communication 1450 III, 0 | contained in the simple and restricted dimension of economics, 1451 VI, 0 | social services with the resulting persistence of endemic diseases, 1452 VII, 0 | waiting for Christ's final return "can never be an excuse 1453 VI, 0 | having these embezzled funds returned. In the granting of loans, 1454 III, 0 | living and active, and never returns to him in vain (cf. Is 55: 1455 I, 0 | the abode of the dead' (Rev 1:17-18) ... And as Saint 1456 IV, 2 | himself as his Body. He reveals the original truth of marriage, 1457 II, 1 | contribute to an effective reversal of the Continent's dramatic 1458 V, 1 | of the Synod Fathers to revise, if necessary, some points 1459 VI, 2 | should be encouraged and revitalized. As the Synod suggested, 1460 II, 1 | facilitate that worldwide revival on which the desired development 1461 VI, 2 | with sister Churches in the richer and technologically more 1462 III, 0 | to appreciate in all its richness and depth the statement 1463 VI, 1 | enthusiasm for a present riddled with frustrations and they 1464 IV, 2 | the African family to be ridiculed on its own soil! Do not 1465 VI, 0 | those who are persecuted for righteousness' sake, for theirs is the 1466 I, 0 | Churches of Africa hold a rightful place in the communion of 1467 III, 0 | cannot remain silent, at the risk of failing in her mission, 1468 III, 0 | a dialogue free from the risks of false irenicism or militant 1469 II, 1 | into the mouth of the Zaire River, at Pinda, beginning a genuine 1470 II, 1 | were, on the edge of the road, sick, injured, disabled, 1471 II, 1 | to Jericho; he fell among robbers who stripped him, beat him 1472 I, 0 | of Cyrene, forced by the Roman soldiers to help the Lord 1473 VI, 1 | so serious as to leave no room for attitudes of indifference 1474 III, 0 | to the nations, must take root in the life-situation of 1475 III, 0 | proclaim the hope of life rooted in the Paschal Mystery. 1476 III, 0 | particular Churches, for a firm rooting of the Gospel in Africa. 1477 Conclu, 0| humble. Whenever we say the Rosary, the joyful mysteries thus 1478 VI, 0 | is one of the principal routes along which the Church travels 1479 II, 2 | communications which, being run by centres mostly in the 1480 VI, 1 | tend to flee the neglected rural areas and gather in cities 1481 II, 1 | solutions, the Synodal Assembly sadly had to say: "One common 1482 VI, 0 | 216 I must note with great sadness that many African nations 1483 IV, 2 | every effort to foster the safeguarding of these rights.~ 1484 II, 1 | beginning a genuine missionary saga. It was the Holy Spirit, 1485 II, 1 | missionaries, who in 1491 sailed into the mouth of the Zaire 1486 VI, 0 | persecuted for righteousness' sake, for theirs is the Kingdom 1487 II, 1 | known by the name of Abba Salama, who was consecrated Bishop 1488 VI, 1 | subject. Having said that "the sale of arms is a scandal since 1489 II, 1 | of education are univer- sally acknowledged.~Although Catholics 1490 II, 1 | tirelessly its work as a Good Samaritan. Indeed, for a long period 1491 V, 0 | Saint Paul addresses "those sanctified in Christ Jesus, called 1492 V, 1 | responsibilities of teaching, sanctifying and governing. Moreover 1493 IV, 2 | new and eternal Covenant sanctioned in the Blood of Christ". 1494 II, 1 | regions of present-day Benin, São Tomé, Angola, Mozambique 1495 II, 1 | this regard I note with satisfaction that the Church in Africa, 1496 III, 0 | the Good News, is God who saves the African ... from oppression 1497 IV, 2 | and gives himself as the Saviour of humanity, uniting it 1498 II, 1 | centuries of Christianity saw the evangelization of Egypt 1499 IV, 1 | the most highly developed schemes on a sociological or psychological 1500 VI, 1 | urgently ask the world's scientists and political leaders, moved 1501 VII, 0 | mission but for the widest scope of the universal mission ?


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