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christ 203
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1 Intro,3| faith and the sacraments of Christian initiation is made like 2 Intro,4| that strikes long-standing Christian people and which continually 3 1,9 | the mission of the whole Christian people with respect to the 4 1,9 | is the source of being a Christian in the mystery of the Church. 5 1,9 | mystery constitutes the Christian's most basic "features" 6 1,9 | vocations and dynamism of the Christian life of the lay faithful ( 7 1,9 | mystery that God gives to the Christian in Baptism is it possible 8 1,10 | Baptism and the "Newness" of Christian Life ~10. It is no exaggeration 9 1,10 | the radical newness of the Christian life that comes from Baptism, 10 1,11 | the Baptismal font, every Christian hears again the voice that 11 1,13 | aspect of the newness of Christian life coming from Baptism 12 1,15 | 15. The newness of the Christian life is the foundation and 13 1,15 | faithful to fulfill their Christian vocation, because the world 14 1,15 | defined by their newness in Christian life and distinguished by 15 1,16 | intended to bring a renewal of Christian life based on the gospel( 16 1,16 | called to the fullness of Christian life and to the perfection 17 1,17 | to mind: "Acknowledge, O Christian, your dignity!"(48). Saint 18 1,17 | Christ"(50).~The dignity as a Christian, the source of equality 19 2,19 | and summit of the whole Christian life (cf. Lumen Gentium, 20 2,19 | dimensions: the communion of each Christian with Christ and the communion 21 2,19 | Spirit who in the course of Christian generations is the constant 22 2,23 | sanctification and the Christian animation of temporal affairs, 23 2,23 | exercise to the full their Christian powers which are often repressed 24 2,24 | individuals and for the whole Christian community. Nevertheless, 25 2,26 | the various groups of the Christian Faithful, even the unbaptized 26 2,26 | the basic community of the Christian people; to initiate and 27 2,27 | faith or grown lax in the Christian life.~If indeed, the parish 28 2,28 | from the fact that each Christian as an individual is "unique 29 2,28 | abundantly from a truly Christian life (cf. Jn 4: 11)-is the 30 2,29 | a precious help for the Christian life in remaining faithful 31 2,29 | the wider context of the Christian community. As mentioned, 32 2,29 | affirms it as well: "The Christian faithful are at liberty 33 2,29 | for the promotion of the Christian vocation in the world; they 34 2,30 | given to the call of every Christian to holiness, as it is manifested " 35 2,30 | towards the fullness of Christian life and the perfection 36 2,30 | sanctification of humanity and the Christian formation of people's conscience, 37 2,30 | reawakening of vocations to Christian marriage, the ministerial 38 2,30 | towards all; conversion to the Christian life or the return to Church 39 2,31 | the growth of the entire Christian community, pastoral activities 40 2,31 | opposition that works against the Christian life with its responsibility 41 3,33 | work by the sacraments of Christian initiation and by the gifts 42 3,33 | charity, the principle of Christian moral existence. In fact, 43 3,34 | nations where religion and the Christian life were formerly flourishing 44 3,34 | declared atheism. Sometimes the Christian faith as well, while maintaining 45 3,34 | piety and popular forms of Christian religion are still conserved; 46 3,34 | Without doubt a mending of the Christian fabric of society is urgently 47 3,34 | needed is to first remake the Christian fabric of the ecclesial 48 3,34 | particular, is to testify how the Christian faith constitutes the only 49 3,34 | humanity by the Church. Each Christian's words and life must make 50 3,34 | goes without saying that Christian parents are the primary 51 3,34 | supported in the faith and the Christian life.~ 52 3,35 | mission territory. Even Christian married couples, in imitation 53 3,35 | everyone, beginning with the Christian family, must feel the responsibility 54 3,36 | way, to work towards the Christian animation of the temporal 55 3,39 | brothers and sisters of the Christian lay faithful. The proclamation 56 3,39 | proclamation of the Gospel and the Christian testimony given in a life 57 3,39 | the responsibility of each Christian, of each person. However, 58 3,39 | the general task of that Christian animation of the temporal 59 3,41 | habitual ways that lead to the Christian animation of the temporal 60 3,42 | their task directed to the Christian animation of the temporal 61 3,42 | guided by the dictates of a Christian conscience, and their activity 62 3,42 | helped by the nearness of the Christian community and their Pastors( 63 3,43 | human honesty, and with a Christian spirit, and especially as 64 3,44 | through culture does the Christian faith become a part of history 65 3,44 | disassociated not only from Christian faith but even from human 66 3,44 | source in the Gospel and the Christian faith. The extensive treatment 67 4,49 | service of the primitive Christian community (cf. Rom 16:1- 68 4,49 | nourishing the faith of Christian communities"(181).~Both 69 4,49 | the Faith, Instruction on Christian Freedom and Liberation, 70 4,50 | the lives lived by so many Christian women today. Without forgetting 71 4,50 | enlighten and guide the Christian response to the most frequently 72 4,51 | evangelization and in the life of the Christian community(191).~Above all 73 4,51 | possible and demanded from Christian women's participation in 74 4,51 | realization of human and Christian values implied in the conjugal 75 4,52 | responsibilities of the couple and the Christian family, in which the variety 76 4,52 | Familiaris Consortio: "Since the Christian family is a community in 77 4,52 | and to the world ... The Christian family also builds up the 78 4,52 | and fruitfulness-that the Christian family's participation in 79 4,52 | urgent need for every Christian to live and proclaim the 80 4,53 | to live their human and Christian vocation and to participate 81 4,53 | From century to century the Christian community in revealing and 82 4,55 | actually doing the works of a Christian, all are branches of the 83 4,55 | significance of "being" a Christian does not come about simply 84 4,55 | out the commonly shared Christian dignity and the universal 85 4,55 | productive vine, enriches Christian marriages"(203).~ 86 4,56 | of "devotion", that is, Christian perfection or "life according 87 5,57 | After having described Christian formation as "a continual 88 5,58 | growth as two stages in the Christian life the apostle Peter makes 89 5,60 | necessity, as is a more decided Christian promotion of culture, in 90 5,60 | the Faith, Instruction of Christian Freedom and Liberation, 91 5,60 | without them there is no true Christian life"(216).~In bringing 92 5,61 | fatherhood and motherhood, so Christian formation finds its origin 93 5,61 | mission in light of the Christian faith and membership in 94 5,61 | animation and guidance of their Christian life through the proclamation 95 5,61 | elements from the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults with 96 5,62 | Places for Formation~62 . The Christian family, as the "domestic 97 5,62 | and the ministry of the Christian education of their children, 98 5,62 | daily life itself of a truly Christian family makes up the first " 99 5,62 | civil society. The more that Christian spouses and parents grow 100 5,62 | men, who with a civic and Christian spirit, fulfill a task which 101 5,62 | competence and uprightness, their Christian inspired teaching, preserving 102 5,63 | fulfill a full, human and Christian vocation should be applied 103 5,64 | 1 Jn 3:1).~While this "Christian newness of life" given to 104 5,64 | awareness of a commonly shared Christian dignity, an ecclesial consciousness 105 5,64 | world~with a real sense of Christian responsibility~and a joyful


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