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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Christifideles Laici

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   Chapter,  Paragraph
1 Intro,2| avoid: the temptation of being so strongly interested in 2 Intro,5| cf. Gen 1:26), the human being is exposed to more humiliating 3 Intro,5| whose fundamental rights are being violated, owing to their 4 Intro,5| a life worthy of a human being, and are deprived even of 5 1,8 | vineyard, but as themselves being a part of the vineyard. 6 1,9 | belonging to the Church, but of being the Church, that is to say, 7 1,9 | Baptism is the source of being a Christian in the mystery 8 1,13 | result of each person's being united and likened to Jesus 9 1,14 | Christ in virtue of their being members of the Church, as 10 2,20 | existing as one and the same being in the head and in the members, 11 2,23 | as a possibility of their being given to the lay faithful, 12 2,25 | Churches that there come into being the one and unique Catholic 13 2,26 | sacramental bond of its being in full communion with the 14 2,27 | Ministries and charisms, being diverse and complementary, 15 2,27 | lives and is at work through being deeply inserted in human 16 2,28 | and the Body of Christ.~Being "members" of the Church 17 2,28 | always be fully aware of being a "member of the Church" 18 2,29 | individual as "a social being", that is, as a member of 19 3,34 | patrimony runs the risk of being dispersed under the impact 20 3,34 | each baptized person has to being instructed, educated and 21 3,37 | person", a conscious and free being and, precisely for this 22 3,37 | personal dignity of the human being cries out in vengeance to 23 3,37 | personal dignity the human being is always a value as an 24 3,37 | individual, and as such demands being considered and treated as 25 3,37 | property of every human being. The force of this affirmation 26 3,37 | the value of every human being was made by the Son of God 27 3,38 | personal dignity of every human being demands the respect, the 28 3,38 | right to life of every human being has received, and continues 29 3,38 | in authority. The human being is entitled to such rights, 30 3,38 | personal dignity of every human being and of defending the right 31 3,38 | generously accepting every human being, especially those who are 32 3,38 | personhood of every human being, from the first moment of 33 3,38 | the rights of the human being in one's very essence, an 34 3,39 | constitutive element of the very "being" and "existence" of an individual: 35 3,39 | live, move and have our being" (Acts 17:28). Even if not 36 3,39 | peoples, who are violently being denied their basic rights. 37 3,40 | reveals its whole truth in being a community of persons.~ 38 3,40 | not create man a solitary being. From the beginning 'male 39 3,40 | of family in its task of being the primary place of "humanization" 40 3,41 | total needs of the human being.~The same charity, realized 41 3,42 | personal dignity of each human being.~The spirit of service is 42 3,42 | upon themselves the task of being "peacemakers" (Mt 5:9), 43 3,43 | have the responsibility of being in the forefront in working 44 4,48 | be specifically that of being the witness to tradition 45 4,48 | plan, each individual human being lives a life of continual 46 4,49 | which considers the human being as a thing, as an object 47 4,50 | aspect of woman as a personal being, provides her most precious 48 4,50 | indelibly imprinted in the very being of the human person-men 49 4,51 | God entrusted the human being to woman. Certainly, every 50 4,51 | Certainly, every human being is entrusted to each and 51 4,51 | each and every other human being, but in a special way the 52 4,51 | a special way the human being is entrusted to woman, precisely 53 4,52 | beginning" willed the human being to be a "unity of the two", 54 4,55 | vineyard of the Lord.~Simply in being Christians, even before 55 4,55 | Spirit. The significance of "being" a Christian does not come 56 4,55 | Communion the states of life by being ordered one to the other 57 4,55 | deeply basic meaning: that of being the manner of living out 58 5,59 | which exists from their being members of the Church and 59 5,62 | sense of living as a human being. The daily life itself of 60 5,62 | participation in school life-besides being always necessary and without 61 5,63 | branch which does not fear being pruned by the heavenly vinedresser


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