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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Ecclesia in Africa

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1502 Intro, 0 | possible at the end to de scribe the responsibilities of 1503 IV, 1 | Baptism is not simply a seal of conversion, a kind of 1504 III, 0 | which it strengthens the seams of human society and imbues 1505 VI, 1 | in the front line of the search for negotiated solutions 1506 IV, 1 | elementary stage, and the sects easily profit from this 1507 IV, 1 | of all kinds, a certain secularization and an intellectual upheaval 1508 IV, 1 | unemployment, materialistic seductions of all kinds, a certain 1509 | seem 1510 V, 1 | witness of a holy life and self- denial and active charity'. 1511 V, 2 | increasing the financial self-reliance of the Churches.207 Lastly, 1512 IV, 1 | battlefield, where only selfish interests count and the 1513 II, 1 | systems which serve the selfishness of the rich".50 Africans 1514 II, 1 | largely to the heroic and selfless dedication of generations 1515 VI, 1 | appealed to all countries that sell arms to Africa to stop doing 1516 III, 0 | because they contain precious semina Verbi which can lead, as 1517 I, 0 | Institutes of Theology and Seminaries, Associations of Institutes 1518 VII, 0 | of the Church. Let them send their own missionaries to 1519 VII, 0 | the Continent and are now sending their members ad gentes. 1520 III, 0 | evangelized, the Church herself sends out evangelizers. She puts 1521 Conclu, 0| her with the thoughts and sentiments expressed in the prayer 1522 I, 0 | Africa. In addition, on three separate occasions I held working 1523 III, 0 | and as a series of means serving communication. First of 1524 I, 0 | principle underlying the setting up of the Synod of Bishops 1525 II, 1 | health facilities make up seventeen per cent of the health-care 1526 | several 1527 VI, 1 | disease by irresponsible sexual behaviour and drafted this 1528 VI, 0 | unscrupulous arms trafficking, the shameful and pitiable spectacle of 1529 I, 0 | heartfelt desire, fully shared by the Council of the General 1530 IV, 2 | the Sacrament makes them sharers. Of this salvation event 1531 VI, 1 | cultural heritage, through a sharpening of your scientific and technical 1532 III, 0 | disciples (cf. Phil 2:6-9), sheds light on the encounter of 1533 III, 0 | the Holy Spirit, Flock and Sheepfold, the House in which God 1534 Conclu, 0| Lord is our help and our shield. In him do our hearts find 1535 II, 1 | course of such a relatively short period of time. There is 1536 VII, 0 | themselves are suffering from a shortage of clergy. For their communion 1537 Intro, 0 | Evangelization in Co-Responsibility.2 Shortly afterwards, during the Holy 1538 II, 1 | they now carry on their shoulders the major part of the work 1539 III, 0 | contained in this concept, showing its complementarity with 1540 I, 0 | to say, was of profound significance for the universal Church, 1541 V, 1 | great mysteries which are signified and fulfilled in it."195 1542 VII, 0 | other divisions in order to signify precisely that such divisions 1543 III, 0 | Thus she cannot remain silent, at the risk of failing 1544 I, 0 | Christ in the person of Simon of Cyrene, forced by the 1545 IV, 1 | Holy Spirit. Baptism is not simply a seal of conversion, a 1546 IV, 2 | cf. Gen 3). The Psalmist sings of man's incomparable dignity: " 1547 I, 0 | Synod of Hope~12. By a singular design of Providence, the 1548 III, 0 | about the remission of our sins and our reconciliation with 1549 VII, 0 | Encyclical Letter Ut Unum Sint.264 Certainly the Church 1550 I, 0 | 28. The Liturgy of the Sixth Sunday of Easter in 1994, 1551 Intro, 0 | Year 2000 will enable us to sketch out the tasks of Christ' 1552 II, 1 | other areas of the world. A slowly increasing number of African 1553 IV, 1 | highly developed schemes on a sociological or psychological basis are 1554 I, 0 | Cyrene, forced by the Roman soldiers to help the Lord to carry 1555 VII, 0 | are destined to form one sole family according to God' 1556 Intro, 0 | On 6 January 1989, the Solemnity of the Epiphany — the liturgical 1557 III, 0 | former, which gives it true solidity and the force of higher 1558 V, 1 | Christian community ... solidly spiritual, ready to serve, 1559 VI, 0 | participation of all in solving the problems of society 1560 VI, 1 | which to them seems sad and sombre. That is why they tend to 1561 VI, 2 | 239 These forms include songs and music, mimes and the 1562 V, 1 | and of their respective sources of income.~The Synodal Assembly, 1563 VI, 1 | scourge of AIDS which is sowing suffering and death in many 1564 VI, 1 | arms is a scandal since it sows the seed of death", the 1565 VI, 1 | ploughshares, and their spears into pruning hooks (cf. 1566 VI, 0 | state of life, should be specially trained to know his rights 1567 VI, 0 | the shameful and pitiable spectacle of refugees and displaced 1568 II, 1 | 45. In spite of its poverty and the meagre 1569 II, 1 | to missionaries~35. The splendid growth and achievements 1570 III, 0 | in these last days he as spoken to us by a Son" (Heb 1:1- 1571 III, 0 | cultures, becoming the "sponsa ornata monilibus suis", " 1572 I, 0 | faith in the Risen Lord, spontaneously brought to mind the words 1573 II, 2 | evangelization and the means of spreading a new culture which needs 1574 II, 1 | from the Africa that was sprinkled with the blood of these 1575 I, 0 | women of the Continent, squarely faced the many evils which 1576 IV, 2 | indissoluble love; thanks to this stability it can contribute effectively 1577 VI, 0 | manner of governing often stained by corruption. A serious 1578 II, 2 | family life.62 What is at stake is extremely serious: truly " 1579 VI, 0 | differences, overcome long- standing ethnic animosities and become 1580 Conclu, 0| Synod, I appeal to Mary, Star of Evangelization and, as 1581 II, 1 | disorientation. The results stare us in the face: misery, 1582 III, 0 | its richness and depth the statement which is the Dogmatic Constitution' 1583 VI, 2 | television production, and stations that transmit to the whole 1584 II, 1 | of rapid growth, as the statistics presented to the Synodal 1585 V, 1 | helped in acquiring juridical status and becoming autonomous 1586 I, 0 | Apostle, confirmed their steadfast belief that the greatness 1587 VII, 0 | said that "the world is steadily growing more united, and 1588 II, 1 | Consecrated Life, and the steady increase in the network 1589 I, 0 | understood as the first step in the Church's mission " 1590 IV, 1 | the faith ... too often stops at the elementary stage, 1591 I, 0 | the Synod of Bishops is straightforward: the more the communion 1592 II, 3 | the Good News into all the strata of humanity, and through 1593 I, 0 | Special Assembly. In the strength of this faith, the Bishops 1594 III, 0 | by the way in which it strengthens the seams of human society 1595 I, 0 | universality of the Church in a striking and deeply moving way. This 1596 II, 1 | he fell among robbers who stripped him, beat him and departed, 1597 VI, 0 | about justice should also strive to be just in their eyes. 1598 VI, 0 | efforts of the countries struggling to rise from their poverty 1599 V, 2 | schools. For university students there will be a programme 1600 Intro, 0 | Continent".3 SECAM thus studied ways and means of planning 1601 V, 2 | corresponds to the level of studies".203 These contributions 1602 III, 0 | Communities and accompanied by studyguides for use in prayer and for 1603 V, 2 | providing trained personnel, by studying important theological and 1604 III, 0 | preach "Christ crucified, a stumbling block to Jews and folly 1605 III, 0 | people should not live in sub-human social, eco- nomic, cultural 1606 II, 1 | evangelization of the regions of Sub-Saharan Africa. That endeavour included 1607 Intro, 0 | clergy, religious and laity, subjected to a detailed and realistic 1608 VI, 0 | regimes which deny their subjects personal freedom and fundamental 1609 VII, 0 | effective collection of funds to subsidize all the missions, each according 1610 II, 3 | will the Church in Africa succeed in meeting the challenges 1611 I, 0 | the Body of Bishops which succeeds the College of the Apostles, 1612 I, 0 | Council taught: "As lawful Successors of the Apostles and as members 1613 II, 1 | cultural heritage and never succumb to the temptation to individualism, 1614 II, 1 | Josephine Bakhita of the Sudan, also beatified during my 1615 II, 1 | They have laboured much and suffered much to keep the Christian 1616 V, 2 | from possessing them in sufficient measure. It is therefore 1617 II, 3 | Has the Church in Africa sufficiently formed the lay faithful, 1618 II, 1 | evaluating problems and suggesting solutions, the Synodal Assembly 1619 III, 0 | sponsa ornata monilibus suis", "the bride who adorns 1620 Conclu, 0| which is the centre and summit of history: the coming on 1621 III, 0 | leads the Church with a supernatural light into knowl- edge of 1622 II, 1 | number, and have begun to supply missionaries not only for 1623 V, 1 | priests and catechists, and supporting them in the fulfilment of 1624 VII, 0 | activity. For this is a supremely great and sacred task of 1625 VI, 0 | it is important to make sure of the responsibility and 1626 VII, 0 | evaluate the pastoral needs surfacing in other parts of the world. 1627 V, 1 | faithfully, rec- ognizing "this surpassing gift which the Father has 1628 I, 0 | discovered to his joyful surprise that the centurion was awaiting 1629 V, 1 | present in the priests' surroundings. It is appropriate moreover 1630 II, 2 | the spread of AIDS, the survival of the practice of slavery 1631 II, 1 | was the Holy Spirit who sustained the life of those four first 1632 V, 2 | which find in it spiritual sustenance and material support. Priests 1633 I, 0 | languages, for example into Swahili, Arabic, Malagasy, etc. " 1634 IV, 2 | persons thus becomes a real symbol of that new and eternal 1635 I, 0 | Publications, conferences and symposia on the themes of the Synod 1636 III, 0 | his public ministry in the synagogue at Nazareth, he chose the 1637 III, 0 | care must be taken to avoid syncretism".96~"Inculturation is a 1638 IV, 1 | deep conviction that "the synthesis between culture and faith 1639 II, 1 | third phase of Africa's systematic evangelization began in 1640 II, 1 | them by means of economic systems which serve the selfishness 1641 I, 0 | find us vigilant. Either tacitly or aloud — but always forcefully — 1642 II, 1 | All this manifests, in a tangible way, the maturity which 1643 I, 0 | gentes, of which Paul of Tarsus would become the principal 1644 VI, 0 | they be professionals or teachers, businessmen or civil servants, 1645 VI, 2 | Churches in the richer and technologically more advanced countries. 1646 VI, 2 | structures of radio and television production, and stations 1647 II, 1 | all said: ?We hear them telling in our own tongues the mighty 1648 I, 0 | Apostle of the Gentiles tells us that God "desires all 1649 III, 0 | Mystical Body, People of God, Temple of the Holy Spirit, Flock 1650 Intro, 0 | human events seemed to be tempting Africa to discouragement 1651 I, 0 | Bishops, I paid a total of ten Pastoral Visits to Africa 1652 VI, 1 | sombre. That is why they tend to flee the neglected rural 1653 VII, 0 | carefully avoided every tendency to isolationism by the Church 1654 III, 0 | not an isolated moment but tends towards Jesus' "Hour" and 1655 II, 1 | the very meaning of the term ?the Lord's poor' — must 1656 VI, 2 | world to be evangelized. In terms of the message they transmit, 1657 VI, 0 | diseases, the spread of the terrible scourge of AIDS, the heavy 1658 II, 1 | North African coastline, Tertullian, Saint Cyprian and above 1659 II, 1 | returning from Europe, testified to the Christian faith. 1660 I, 0 | enriched. The Church in Africa testifies to the truth of these words, 1661 III, 0 | them (cf. 1 Pet 2:15).~This testimony which the Christian bears 1662 I, 0 | 25. I fervently thank Almighty God for the meticulous 1663 III, 0 | action of the Holy Spirit".97~Thanking God for the fruits which 1664 II, 1 | Saint Monica and Saint Thecla are particularly deserving 1665 VI, 0 | foreign banks. This is plain theft, whatever the legal camouflage 1666 VI, 0 | righteousness' sake, for theirs is the Kingdom of heaven" ( 1667 Intro, 0 | follow closely the same thematic framework. It will begin 1668 V, 1 | regularly to update themselves theologically and to foster their spiritual 1669 III, 0 | being upon every created thing, animate or inanimate. He 1670 II, 3 | changing not only ways of thinking but also the very structures 1671 I, 0 | that the present century thirsts for authen- ticity. Especially 1672 Intro, 0 | Saint Peter's Basilica with thirty-five Cardinals, one Patriarch, 1673 Intro, 0 | Cardinals, one Patriarch, thirty-nine Archbishops, one hundred 1674 I, 0 | and Madagascar, going to thirty-six countries. On my Apostolic 1675 I, 0 | addressed to the Apostle Thomas: "Blessed are those who 1676 IV, 1 | fully accepted, not entirely thought out, not faithfully lived", 1677 II, 1 | which, during the almost two thousand years of the evangelization 1678 Conclu, 0| with us".269~It is the two thousandth Anniversary of that event 1679 I, 0 | Africa. In addition, on three separate occasions I held 1680 IV, 2 | VI invites us to learn a threefold lesson: of silence, of family 1681 V, 2 | Fathers requested that this thrust be pursued and developed 1682 V, 1 | to overcome the obstacles thwarting their development: illiteracy, 1683 I, 0 | century thirsts for authen- ticity. Especially in regard to 1684 II, 1 | list that is its greatest title of honour, continues to 1685 II, 1 | I, King of the Congo, as Titular Bishop of Utica. Don Henrique 1686 I, 0 | Assembly of SECAM in Lomé, Togo, on 25 July 1990, was undoubtedly 1687 V, 2 | of listening, respect and tolerance.~ 1688 IV, 1 | Life and Societies of Apos- tolic Life, members of Secular 1689 II, 1 | Africa is truly sown with the tombs of courageous heralds of 1690 II, 1 | of present-day Benin, São Tomé, Angola, Mozambique and 1691 III, 0 | Pentecost, profess in their own tongue the one faith in Jesus, 1692 Intro, 0 | examined thoroughly the topic which had been placed before 1693 VI, 1 | taken to the extreme by totalitarian regimes which trample with 1694 Conclu, 0| orientations which can be traced back to the genuine heritage 1695 II, 1 | of the Apostles and are traditionally associated with the name 1696 VI, 0 | fomented by unscrupulous arms trafficking, the shameful and pitiable 1697 VI, 1 | effort to put an end to such tragedies.~Together with the Synod 1698 VI, 1 | totalitarian regimes which trample with impunity the rights 1699 VII, 0 | sight of the primacy of the transcendent and of those spiritual realities 1700 II, 1 | especially catechists and translators.45~ 1701 II, 1 | the cost, to the task of transmitting the torch of the Christian 1702 VI, 0 | routes along which the Church travels together with the people ... 1703 II, 1 | own day".42~Faced with the tremendous growth of the Church in 1704 VII, 0 | my ardent hope that this trend will be encouraged and strengthened 1705 II, 1 | to an end, were a great trial for Africans and weakened 1706 VI, 1 | internal causes such as "tribalism, nepotism, racism, religious 1707 I, 0 | of humanity, every race, tribe and nation: thus it also 1708 V, 1 | natural solidarity of clans, tribes or other interest groups. 1709 II, 1 | they did not forget to pay tribute to the sons and daughters 1710 I, 0 | Spirit and who, in this Trinitarian unity, receives the fullness 1711 Conclu, 0| September, Feast of the Triumph of the Cross, in the year 1712 II, 1 | however no reason for worldly triumphalism. In recalling the glorious 1713 V, 1 | personally, in a spirit of trusting cooperation with the presbyterate 1714 III, 0 | excessive particularism, trying instead to encourage reconciliation 1715 II, 1 | situations of conflict, political turmoil and civil war.~ 1716 III, 0 | is unifying humanity and turning it into what is known as 1717 Conclu, 0| of God with its Pastors~turns to you and with you fervently 1718 III, 0 | mission of Jesus and the Twelve, she is in turn sent forth. " 1719 VII, 0 | you are the hope of this two-thousand-year-old Church of ours: being young 1720 II, 1 | this when he canonized the Ugandan Martyrs in Saint Peter's 1721 VI, 0 | The Synod Fathers were unanimous in acknowledging that the 1722 VI, 0 | AIDS, the heavy and often unbearable burden of international 1723 IV, 1 | Spirit, establishes real and unbreakable bonds with the Blessed Trinity, 1724 VII, 0 | their vocation, but also an uncommon readiness to detach themselves 1725 VI, 2 | communication must never be underestimated. In many places in Africa 1726 V, 1 | Christian witness in a society undergoing rapid and profound changes. 1727 III, 0 | and structures. All this underlines the need for research in 1728 I, 0 | the world.15 The principle underlying the setting up of the Synod 1729 VI, 0 | the duty of governments to undertake suitable initiatives to 1730 IV, 2 | families and to society, and undertakes its social role".166~Along 1731 IV, 1 | uprooting, urbanization, unemployment, materialistic seductions 1732 I, 0 | would be authentically and unequivocally African. At the same time, 1733 III, 0 | season and out of season ... unfailing in patience and in teaching" ( 1734 III, 0 | raising their voices against unfair policies and practices, 1735 II, 1 | the internal situation has unfortunately not yet been consolidated, 1736 IV, 1 | Africa makes a vigorous and unhesitating commitment to this path, 1737 I, 0 | universality, "which is not uniformity but rather communion in 1738 III, 0 | communications, which is unifying humanity and turning it 1739 I, 0 | proclaimed their faith in the "unique Church of Christ, which 1740 IV, 2 | the Saviour of humanity, uniting it to himself as his Body. 1741 II, 1 | the field of education are univer- sally acknowledged.~Although 1742 VII, 0 | humanity to the Christian universalism which has its source in 1743 V, 2 | non-Catholic schools. For university students there will be a 1744 | unlike 1745 III, 0 | race.~Jesus Christ is the unmistakable proof of God's love for 1746 I, 0 | felicitous and did not pass unnoticed by the universal Church.~ 1747 VI, 1 | deplore the situations of unspeakable suffering caused by so many 1748 II, 2 | of humanity can find, in unsuspected fullness, everything that 1749 II, 1 | community life. In Africa it is unthinkable to celebrate a feast without 1750 VII, 0 | my Encyclical Letter Ut Unum Sint.264 Certainly the Church 1751 II, 1 | some cases still has, the upper hand. But this does not 1752 IV, 1 | It is true that people of upright heart who, through no fault 1753 IV, 1 | phenomena notably of family uprooting, urbanization, unemployment, 1754 VI, 2 | Africa they are still very useful and effective. Moreover, 1755 VII, 0 | in my Encyclical Letter Ut Unum Sint.264 Certainly 1756 II, 1 | Congo, as Titular Bishop of Utica. Don Henrique thus became 1757 V | CHAPTER V~"YOU SHALL BE MY WITNESSES" 1758 III, 0 | never returns to him in vain (cf. Is 55:11; Heb 4:12- 1759 III, 0 | Born of the preaching of valiant missionary Bishops and priests, 1760 V, 0 | the liturgy can make a valid contribution towards the 1761 Intro, 0 | from 1967 onwards, offered valuable opportunities for the Church 1762 IV, 1 | quickly seen to be quite valueless".149~Genuine witness by 1763 VI, 2 | Church has at her disposal a variety of means of social communication, 1764 VI, 2 | communications media are a vehicle of evangelization. But Christians 1765 VI, 2 | proverbs and fables. As vehicles of the wisdom and soul of 1766 II, 1 | well-being of the Continent, my venerable Predecessor Paul VI recalled 1767 III, 0 | contain precious semina Verbi which can lead, as already 1768 II, 1 | in Africa through all the vicissitudes of history".38 These Churches 1769 II, 1 | the saintly African Popes, Victor I, Melchiades and Gelasius 1770 II, 1 | African soil in 1985, Blessed Victoria Rasoamanarivo of Madagascar, 1771 II, 1 | new page to that list of victorious men and women that we call 1772 III, 0 | perpetuate in time and space his victory over death. That is why 1773 III, 0 | reader, the listener and the viewer. Trained to understand this 1774 I, 0 | the times should find us vigilant. Either tacitly or aloud — 1775 I, 0 | Church has the duty to affirm vigorously that these difficulties 1776 VII | CHAPTER VII~"YOU SHALL BE MY WITNESSES 1777 II, 2 | political instability and the violation of human rights? This is 1778 II, 1 | Martyrs, Confessors, and Virgins, and recall the fact that 1779 IV, 2 | first school of the social virtues that are the animating principle 1780 Intro, 0 | evangelization in Africa vis-à-vis the great choices to be 1781 II, 2 | frequently impose a distorted vision of life and of man, and 1782 Intro, 0 | moment of grace: the Lord visited his people in Africa. Indeed, 1783 II, 1 | own times of the Christian vitality which flows from their Apostolic 1784 III, 0 | fundamentalism, and to raising their voices against unfair policies 1785 I, 0 | risen. He has met us, has walked along with us. He has explained 1786 I, 0 | into the Synodal process, "walking together", placing their 1787 III, 0 | in mind then, the Church walks and lives intimately bound 1788 III, 0 | all belong. As such, he wants us to bear witness to him 1789 III, 0 | for others, solidarity, warmth in human relationships, 1790 VI, 2 | Continent. In particular I warn against the pornography 1791 VI, 1 | countries",228 it immediately warned them forcefully that "they 1792 VI, 0 | patrimony against all forms of waste and embezzlement by citizens 1793 II, 1 | bowed their heads to the waters of the baptismal font in 1794 II, 1 | great trial for Africans and weakened their ability to respond 1795 II, 1 | time, it is endowed with a wealth of cultural values and priceless 1796 Intro, 0 | Risen Christ during the four weeks of the Special Assembly 1797 V, 2 | places of evangelization, well-rounded education, inculturation 1798 II, 1 | in both the East and the West. And among many others we 1799 III, 0 | Mystery: "Unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and 1800 II, 2 | machine, cogs on a gigantic wheel. This is often true also 1801 | Whenever 1802 | whereby 1803 | whoever 1804 VI, 2 | most modern forms, have a wide-ranging impact. Consequently, closer 1805 V, 2 | allow the Church to make widely known, in creative dialogue, 1806 VII, 0 | narrow mission but for the widest scope of the universal mission ? 1807 I, 0 | Africa. Divine Providence willed that Africa should be present 1808 I, 0 | They are words which I willingly make my own: "Like Mary 1809 II, 1 | the common good.51~The "winds of change" are blowing strongly 1810 III, 0 | at all levels. Far from wishing to be the one in whose name 1811 II, 2 | invitation to the Church to withhold from these non-Christians 1812 V, 1 | to holiness but also of witnessing to fraternal life in community. 1813 III, 0 | necessity is laid upon me. Woe to me if I do not preach 1814 II, 1 | its place alongside those wonderful stories of ancient Africa ... 1815 VI, 0 | solidarity for building a world-wide community of justice and 1816 II, 1 | is however no reason for worldly triumphalism. In recalling 1817 VI, 1 | I. Some worrisome problems~ 1818 II, 1 | a whole nation or, even worse, a whole continent".47~ 1819 V, 2 | place where the faithful worship and live their Christian 1820 II, 1 | way be minimized, it is worth recalling here a number 1821 II, 1 | Africa must furnish and write her own Martyrology, adding 1822 VII, 0 | Christians in Africa what I wrote some years ago: "A missionary 1823 II, 1 | recalled some of the marvels wrought by God in the course of 1824 II, 1 | consecration in Rome, by Pope Leo X in 1518, of Don Henrique, 1825 IV, 1 | conflicts and racist and xenophobic attitudes still play too 1826 II, 1 | Predecessor Pope Gregory XV permanently erected the 1827 I, 0 | Synod on African soil: at Yamoussoukro, Ivory Coast (1990); at 1828 Conclu, 0| love and peace.~Given at Yaoundé, in Cameroon, on 14 September, 1829 | Yes 1830 VII, 0 | gentes, in both the older and younger Churches. I earnestly recommend


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