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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Christifideles Laici

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   Chapter,  Paragraph
1 Intro,2| report, the presentations of individual bishops and lay persons 2 Intro,3| which God has called each individual, and thus guides the mind 3 Intro,4| not simply as regards the individual, but in some ways, as regards 4 Intro,5| person is subjected. When the individual is not recognized and loved 5 Intro,5| most assuredly reduce the individual to a slavery to those who 6 Intro,5| aware of the dignity of the individual: the person is not at all 7 Intro,5| humanism, instead, exalt the individual in such a manner that these 8 Intro,5| requirement both for the individual and for peoples as a whole( 9 1,13 | Christians can repeat in an individual way the words of Jesus: " 10 2,21 | calling them to be, each in an individual way, active and coresponsible.~ 11 2,24 | These charisms are given to individual persons, and can even be 12 2,27 | and de-humanization. The individual is lost and disoriented, 13 2,28 | that each Christian as an individual is "unique and irrepeatable". 14 2,28 | Therefore, God calls the individual in Jesus Christ, each one 15 2,28 | actions as a person, each individual is placed at the service 16 2,28 | nourished by all"(103).~Individual Forms of Participation~Above 17 2,28 | apostolate exercised by the individual takes on its full meaning: " 18 2,28 | apostolate exercised by the individual, great riches are waiting 19 2,28 | the lay faithful. Such an individual form of apostolate can contribute 20 2,28 | there are daily lives of individual members of the lay faithful. 21 2,29 | in the activities of the individual, finds its specific expression 22 2,29 | work done not so much by an individual alone but by an individual 23 2,29 | individual alone but by an individual as "a social being", that 24 3,32 | Church feels she owes to each individual and to humanity as a whole 25 3,34 | exalted value of the human individual.~This vital synthesis will 26 3,34 | is directed not only to individual persons but also to entire 27 3,35 | of the younger, so that individual Churches receive the riches 28 3,36 | the whole truth about the individual and of each person's final 29 3,36 | fulfilling her mission: the individual is the primary and fundamental 30 3,36 | meaning. Thus, through her individual members and the whole community, 31 3,37 | precious possession of an individual. As a result, the value 32 3,37 | stirring statement about the individual: value comes not from what 33 3,37 | against the Creator of the individual.~In virtue of a personal 34 3,37 | is always a value as an individual, and as such demands being 35 3,37 | only to the dignity of the individual who is the victim of the 36 3,37 | From it flows that the individual can never be reduced by 37 3,37 | structures and systems. As an individual, a person is not a number 38 3,38 | inviolable rights. No one, no individual, no group, no authority, 39 3,38 | genetic patrimony of the individual and of human generative 40 3,39 | religious dimension of the individual. This is not simply a requirement " 41 3,39 | the very reality of the individual. In fact, the individual' 42 3,39 | individual. In fact, the individual's relation to God is a constitutive 43 3,39 | being" and "existence" of an individual: it is in God that we "live, 44 3,39 | and for their life-choice, individual and communal, that flows 45 3,39 | personal fulfilment of each individual. It follows that the freedom 46 3,39 | goes beyond the demands of individual morality. Instead, it is 47 3,40 | the social nature of the individual reveals its whole truth 48 3,40 | the person founded on the individual's uniqueness and irrepeatibility 49 3,40 | the place in which the individual "is born" and "grows". Therefore 50 3,42 | acknowledgment of the rights of the individual, to which society is ordered 51 3,42 | all in public life, from individual citizens to various groups, 52 3,42 | good of all and of each individual because we are all really 53 3,43 | Placing the Individual at the Center of Socio-Economic 54 3,43 | to all people and to each individual as a means towards the development 55 3,43 | right and a duty for every individual.~Once again, all of this 56 3,43 | the Council: "By work an individual ordinarily provides for 57 3,43 | through work offered to God an individual is associated with the redemptive 58 3,44 | Humanity~44. Service to the individual and to human society is 59 3,44 | field, exercised both by individual right and through community 60 4,48 | to the divine plan, each individual human being lives a life 61 4,50 | obey God, who created the individual "in his image", "male and 62 4,50 | deepest workings of the individual. This most wise and loving 63 4,50 | exists on the level of an individual's relation to Christ, in 64 4,51 | worthy of the person, of an individual yet social life. The Second 65 4,51 | situations not only affecting the individual but also communities, not 66 4,51 | all that constitutes the individual's true welfare, beginning 67 4,53 | this moment the suffering individual is the way of the Church 68 4,54 | handicap, or the suffering individual, not simply as an object 69 4,54 | positive meaning for the individual and for society itself, 70 4,56 | apostolate which are taken by individual members of the lay faithful. 71 4,56 | specific form with which individual Christians fulfill it: " 72 5,57 | continual process in the individual of maturation in faith and 73 5,58 | situations of life. The individual must do what God wants, 74 5,61 | reaches to the depths of every individual's heart as a result of the 75 5,61 | position to reach more easily individual persons and singular groups, 76 5,62 | standpoint of service to an individual in the totality of the context 77 5,63 | formation to others if the individual has not taken on or developed 78 5,63 | bear much fruit for the individual and for others.~


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