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1 Intro,2| and as individuals, in the communion and mission of the Church.~ 2 Intro,7| that humanity employs for communion and participation find a 3 1,8 | called to relive the very communion of God and to manifest it 4 1,8 | the Church's mystery of communion is the "identity" of the 5 1,9 | all, and of the Bishops in communion with him. These are the 6 1,12 | extension of that mystical communion that binds the Father to 7 1,12 | the necessity of a vital communion of the disciples with each 8 1,14 | because it derives from Church communion, the sharing of the lay 9 1,14 | be lived and realized in communion and for the increase of 10 1,14 | and for the increase of communion itself. Saint Augustine 11 1,17 | people and lead them to communion with God in Christ"(46).~ 12 1,17 | Church herself, who is the "Communion of Saints". The eyes of 13 1,17 | and fosters the spirit of communion and fellowship, and, at 14 2 | in the Life of Church as Communion~ 15 2,18 | The Mystery of Church Communion~18. Again we turn to the 16 2,18 | words reveal the mystery of communion that serves as the unifying 17 2,18 | a living and life-giving communion through which Christians 18 2,18 | are one with the vine.~The communion of Christians with Jesus 19 2,18 | Christians with Jesus has the communion of God as Trinity, namely, 20 2,18 | the means to achieve this communion: united to the Son in the 21 2,18 | branches" (Jn 15: 5). From the communion that Christians experience 22 2,18 | there immediately flows the communion which they experience with 23 2,18 | namely, Christ. In this communion is the wonderful reflection 24 2,18 | the Lord Jesus. For this communion Jesus prays: "that they 25 2,18 | sent me" (Jn 17: 21).~Such communion is the very mystery of the 26 2,18 | recall this mystery of Church communion at the beginning of the 27 2,18 | context of the Church as communion.~ 28 2,19 | and the Ecclesiology of Communion~19. At the Second Vatican 29 2,19 | recalls: "The ecclesiology of communion is a central and fundamental 30 2,19 | understanding of the Church as communion and its concrete application 31 2,19 | does this complex word 'communion' mean? Its fundamental meaning 32 2,19 | The opportunity for such communion is present in the Word of 33 2,19 | door and the foundation of communion in the Church. The Eucharist 34 2,19 | Eucharist sacramentalizes this communion, that is, it is a sign and 35 2,19 | about the intimate bonds of communion among all the faithful in 36 2,19 | words: "The Church is a communion. In this context what does 37 2,19 | In this context what does communion mean? We refer you to the 38 2,19 | sanctorum communionem, 'the Communion of Saints'. The meaning 39 2,19 | meaning of the Church is a communion of saints. 'Communion' speaks 40 2,19 | a communion of saints. 'Communion' speaks of a double, lifegiving 41 2,19 | reality of the Church as a communion with its inseparable dimensions: 42 2,19 | inseparable dimensions: the communion of each Christian with Christ 43 2,19 | Christian with Christ and the communion of all Christians with one 44 2,19 | reality of the Church as Communion is, then, the integrating 45 2,19 | For this purpose ecclesial communion cannot be interpreted in 46 2,19 | psychological reality. The Church as Communion is the "new" People, the " 47 2,19 | established by Christ as a communion of life, love and truth"( 48 2,19 | and never-ending source of communion in the Church.~ 49 2,20 | An Organic Communion: Diversity and Complementarity ~ 50 2,20 | Complementarity ~20. Ecclesial communion is more precisely likened 51 2,20 | likened to an "organic" communion, analogous to that of a 52 2,20 | particular way on the organic communion of the Mystical Body of 53 2,20 | nature proper to ecclesial communion but also its aspect of growth 54 2,20 | of growth toward perfect communion, the Council writes: "The 55 2,20 | 13) and unifying her in communion and in the works of service, 56 2,20 | Rev 22:17)"(62).~Church communion then is a gift, a great 57 2,20 | the lay faithful exist in communion and on behalf of communion. 58 2,20 | communion and on behalf of communion. They are treasures that 59 2,22 | to assure and to increase communion in the Church, particularly 60 2,23 | and to distribute Holy Communion in accord with the prescriptions 61 2,24 | diverse ministries in Church communion, enriches it still further 62 2,25 | could contribute to Church communion and the mission of the particular 63 2,25 | and manifest better the communion of the whole Church(89).~ 64 2,26 | bond of its being in full communion with the whole Church. Such 65 2,26 | expressions of ecclesial communion and centers of evangelization, 66 2,26 | centers of evangelization, in communion with their pastors"(99). 67 2,27 | look more closely at the communion and participation of the 68 2,27 | of the "ecclesiology of communion". Ministries and charisms, 69 2,27 | of an authentic ecclesial communion in their parishes in order 70 2,27 | of the vocation of all to communion, in a word, to be a house 71 2,28 | the Church. This is the "Communion of Saints" which we profess 72 2,28 | human existence, that is, to communion with God and with all people.~ 73 2,29 | Participation~29. Church communion, already present and at 74 2,29 | apostolate as a "sign of communion and of unity of the Church 75 2,29 | manifested in relation to "communion" both in the internal and 76 2,29 | actively in the Church's communion and mission. In this regard 77 2,29 | to be exercised in Church communion. Consequently, the right 78 2,29 | to the Church's life of communion and to her mission.~ 79 2,30 | perspective of the Church's communion and mission, and not in 80 2,30 | to a strong and authentic communion in filial relationship to 81 2,30 | s apostolate"(114).~The communion with Pope and Bishop must 82 2,30 | Bishop. Moreover, Church communion demands both an acknowledgment 83 2,30 | or the return to Church communion of those baptized members 84 2,31 | The Pastors in Service to Communion~31. The Pastors of the Church 85 2,31 | associations might grow in Church communion and mission.~It is exceedingly 86 2,31 | movement of the Holy Spirit, in communion with their bishop and priests, 87 2,31 | the great gift of Church communion which is the reflection 88 2,31 | the eternal and ineffable communion of the love of God, Three 89 2,31 | life of ever-increasing communion.~To be responsible for the 90 2,31 | responsible for the gift of communion means, first of all, to 91 2,31 | Thus the life of Church communion will become a sign for all 92 2,31 | Tn 17:21). In such a way communion leads to mission, and mission 93 2,31 | mission, and mission itself to communion.~ 94 3,32 | Mission to Communion ~32. We return to the biblical 95 3,32 | fruit does not remain in communion: "Each branch of mine that 96 3,32 | takes away" (Jn 15: 2).~Communion with Jesus, which gives 97 3,32 | which gives rise to the communion of Christians among themselves, 98 3,32 | nothing" (Jn 15:5). And communion with others is the most 99 3,32 | His Spirit.~At this point communion begets communion: essentially 100 3,32 | this point communion begets communion: essentially it is likened 101 3,32 | to a mission on behalf of communion. In fact, Jesus says to 102 3,32 | should abide" (Jn 15:16).~Communion and mission are profoundly 103 3,32 | other, to the point that communion represents both the source 104 3,32 | and the fruit of mission: communion gives rise to mission and 105 3,32 | mission is accomplished in communion. It is always the one and 106 3,32 | the Church knows that the communion received by her as a gift 107 3,32 | know and live the "new" communion that the Son of God made 108 3,32 | to the lay faithful, in communion with all other members of 109 3,34 | encounter and sacramental communion with him, and of an existence 110 3,37 | eternal life of blessed communion with God. For this reason 111 3,37 | themselves: dialogue and communion are rooted ultimately in 112 3,40 | innermost depths of self to communion with others and to the giving 113 3,40 | constitutes the first form of communion between persons"(145). Jesus 114 3,42 | conscience, and their activity in communion with their Pastors in the 115 4,51 | the enrichment of Church communion and the dynamism in the 116 4,52 | sign" of that interpersonal communion of love which constitutes 117 4,52 | living context of Church communion and in the service of its 118 4,55 | goal and subjects of Church communion as well as of participation 119 4,55 | lay faithful.~In Church Communion the states of life by being 120 4,55 | the Church's "mystery of communion" and are dynamically coordinated 121 5,61 | andin the Church in a mutual communion and collaboration of all 122 5,61 | of the sense of ecclesial communion and responsibility in the 123 5,61 | experience of ecclesial communion and mission which are more 124 5,61 | parish, especially concerning communion and mission, the help that 125 5,64 | world, the mystery of her communion and the dynamism of her 126 5,64 | participants in her mystery of communion and in her dynamism in mission 127 5,64 | mystery of the Church as Communion. This is a basic and undeniable 128 5,64 | A real sense of Church communion, the gift of the Spirit 129 5,64 | the Church herself. This communion is already in itself the 130 5,64 | by name~to live his own communion of love~and holiness~and


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