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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Redemptoris Custos

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   Chapter,  Paragraph
1 Intro,1 | human being except Mary, the Mother of the Incarnate Word. He 2 Intro,1(4)| Incarnate Word and his most holy Mother: cf., for example, St. Bernard, 3 I,2 | place in this way. When his mother Mary had been betrothed 4 I,3 | his "spouse" has become a mother through the power of the 5 II,4 | Elizabeth said of the Redeemer's Mother, "blessed is she who believed," 6 II,5 | share in the faith of the Mother of God and that in doing 7 II,7 | s parents, not only his mother, but also his father, who 8 II,7 | same way that he was the mother's spouse: in mind, not in 9 II,8 | for the task of being the Mother of God. Joseph is the one 10 II,13 | that "his father and his mother marveled at what was said 11 II,14 | take the child and his mother, and flee to Egypt, and 12 II,14 | took the child and his mother by night, and departed to 13 II,16 | of Mary the ever Virgin Mother of God and the memory of 14 III,18 | precisely by becoming the Mother of God's Son. Becoming a 15 III,18 | of God's Son. Becoming a Mother by the power of the Holy 16 III,20 | his generous love for the Mother of God, and gave her a husband' 17 III,20 | that the dignity of the Mother of God is so exalted that 18 III,20 | eminent dignity whereby the Mother of God towers above all 19 V,27 | associated with itself: Mary, the Mother of Jesus, and Joseph, his 20 VI,31 | to the Immaculate Virgin Mother of God," and the Church

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