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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Redemptoris Custos

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1 Intro,1 | him "into whose custody God entrusted his most precious 2 Intro,1(4)| latter, who was guardian of God the Father's most precious 3 I,2 | angel Gabriel was sent from God to a city of Galilee named 4 I,2 | at the same time revealed God's special plan for her: " 5 I,2 | you have found favor with God. And behold, you will conceive 6 I,2 | Most High; and the Lord God will give to him the throne 7 I,2 | called holy, the Son of God" (Lk 1:35). Although Mary 8 I,2 | what is clearly the plan of God, with the passing of days 9 I,3 | Jesus-Yehos ua'-which means "God saves."~Joseph is visited 10 I,3 | Mary's with regard to what God asked of him through the 11 II | GUARDIAN OF THE MYSTERY OF GOD ~ 12 II,4 | positively to the word of God when it was communicated 13 II,4 | accepted as truth coming from God the very thing that she 14 II,4 | faith' must be given to God as he reveals himself. By 15 II,4 | commits himself entirely to God, making 'the full submission 16 II,4 | his intellect and will to God who reveals,' and willingly 17 II,5 | mystery "hidden for ages in God" (Eph 3:9), as did Mary, 18 II,5 | fullness of time," when "God sent forth his Son, born 19 II,5 | the Council: "It pleased God, in his goodness and wisdom, 20 II,5 | shares in this final phase of God's self-revelation in Christ 21 II,5 | the faith of the Mother of God and that in doing so he 22 II,5 | the first to be placed by God on the path of Mary's "pilgrimage 23 II,7 | protection for Jesus that God chose Joseph to be Mary' 24 II,7 | history of salvation, when God reveals his love for humanity 25 II,7 | of and a real sharing in God's love for humanity and 26 II,7 | must be reflected. "Through God's mysterious design, it 27 II,7 | that family that the Son of God spent long years of a hidden 28 II,8 | St. Joseph was called by God to serve the person and 29 II,8 | Liturgy specifies that "God placed him at the head of 30 II,8 | human opinion, father of God's Son. Whence it followed 31 II,8 | followed that the Word of God was subjected to Joseph, 32 II,8 | fatherly authority over Jesus, God also gave Joseph a share 33 II,8 | took place according to God's predetermined plan. The 34 II,8 | sensitive to the voice of God. Mary is the Lord's humble 35 II,8 | task of being the Mother of God. Joseph is the one whom 36 II,8 | Joseph is the one whom God chose to be the "overseer 37 II,8 | to look after the Son of God's "ordained" entry into 38 II,9 | heaven with the saints of God, to whom be glory and power 39 II,10 | for ages in the mind of God," which begins to unfold 40 II,10 | the birth of the Son of God into the world on Christmas 41 II,11 | is "fulfilled" in Jesus. God's covenant with Abraham, 42 II,13 | slavery in order to belong to God. Here too, Jesus-who is 43 II,13 | said in his canticle to God, when he referred to Jesus 44 II,14 | wisdom; and the favor of God was upon him" (Lk 2:39-40).~ 45 II,14 | providential mystery of God, even in exile watched over 46 II,15 | for ages in the mind of God, a mystery which had taken 47 II,15 | wisdom; and the favor of God was upon him" (Lk 2:40). 48 II,15 | guardian of the mystery of God, and it was precisely this 49 II,16 | stature, and in favor with God and man" (Lk 2:52) took 50 II,16 | the ever Virgin Mother of God and the memory of St. Joseph,(29) 51 III,17 | Mary, remained faithful to God's call until the end. While 52 III,18 | give herself exclusively to God. One may well ask how this 53 III,18 | from the special action of God himself. From the moment 54 III,18 | exclusively and fully to God precisely by becoming the 55 III,18 | by becoming the Mother of God's Son. Becoming a Mother 56 III,18 | gift of self: a form which God himself expected of the 57 III,18 | part of the very plan of God. This is pointed out by 58 III,18 | the words of the angel, God speaks to him as the husband 59 III,18 | between Joseph and Mary. God's messenger was clear in 60 III,18 | happened in accord with God's will and was meant to 61 III,19 | was once again called by God to this love. ~"Joseph did 62 III,19 | to think that the love of God which has been poured forth 63 III,19 | perfection? This love of God also molds-in a completely 64 III,20 | the sake of the Kingdom of God not only does not contradict 65 III,20 | mystery of the Covenant of God with his people."(32) the 66 III,20 | communion of love between God and human beings. ~Through 67 III,20 | generous love for the Mother of God, and gave her a husband' 68 III,20 | interfere in the plan of God which was coming to pass 69 III,20 | belonged exclusively to God.~On the other hand, it was 70 III,20 | dignity of the Mother of God is so exalted that nothing 71 III,20 | dignity whereby the Mother of God towers above all creatures. 72 III,20 | of goods, it follows that God, by giving Joseph to the 73 III,21 | the family of the Son of God, a true human family, formed 74 IV,22 | the humanity of the Son of God, work too has been taken 75 IV,23 | people to come closer to God, the Creator and Redeemer, 76 V,26 | This submission to God, this readiness of will 77 VI,28 | the sublime dignity which God has granted to his most 78 VI,30 | of "hearing the word of God with reverence,"(46) an 79 VI,30 | readiness to serve faithfully God's salvific will revealed 80 VI,30 | having faithfully carried out God's commands.~Pope Paul VI 81 VI,31 | into prayer. Recalling that God wished to entrust the beginnings 82 VI,31 | of St. Joseph, she asks God to grant that she may faithfully 83 VI,31 | that she may walk before God in the ways of holiness 84 VI,31 | Immaculate Virgin Mother of God," and the Church has commended 85 VI,31 | mortal danger, so now defend God's holy Church from the snares 86 VI,32 | the "great things which God has done," and to that " 87 VI,32 | of him to whose custody God "entrusted his greatest

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