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44 vine
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43 christians
43 our
43 responsibility
42 most
Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Christifideles Laici

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christians

   Chapter,  Paragraph
1 Intro,3| and the "world", for which Christians ought to be "salt" and " 2 1,11 | Pt 1:3-4). And he calls Christians those who have been "born 3 1,11 | Body. St. Paul reminds the Christians of Corinth of this fact: " 4 1,13 | this spiritual "unction", Christians can repeat in an individual 5 1,14 | therefore anointing comes to all Christians, even though in Old Testament 6 1,14 | exercise their kingship as Christians, above all in the spiritual 7 1,14 | writes: "As we call everyone 'Christians' in virtue of a mystical 8 1,16 | more urgent that today all Christians take up again the way of 9 1,16 | in the Eucharist. Since Christians are reclothed in Christ 10 1,16 | tires of admonishing all Christians to live "as is fitting among 11 1,17 | we have not only become Christians, but Christ himself... Stand 12 2,18 | communion through which Christians no longer belong to themselves 13 2,18 | the vine.~The communion of Christians with Jesus has the communion 14 2,18 | the Spirit's bond of love, Christians are united to the Father.~ 15 2,18 | From the communion that Christians experience in Christ there 16 2,19 | participation: the incorporation of Christians into the life of Christ, 17 2,19 | Christ, and union among Christians, in the Church"(54).~Vatican 18 2,19 | and the communion of all Christians with one another. There 19 2,24 | know that God acts in all Christians, and we are aware of the 20 2,26 | ordained ministers and other Christians, in which the pastor-who 21 2,26 | particular circumstances of some Christians (e.g. exiles and migrants). 22 2,26 | be truly communities of Christians, local ecclesial authorities 23 2,30 | for teaching and forming Christians; a desire to be present 24 2,30 | desire to be present as Christians in various settings of social 25 2,31 | Council for the Union of Christians, the basic conditions on 26 3,32 | rise to the communion of Christians among themselves, is an 27 3,38 | Fathers used these words: "Christians ought to exercise their 28 3,38 | utmost importance that lay Christians with the help of the universal 29 3,42 | an absence on the part of Christians in public life.~On the contrary, 30 3,42 | between the activities of Christians, acting individually or 31 3,42 | Synod Fathers have invited Christians to reject as unacceptable 32 4,50 | and above all in living as Christians and as members of the Church.~ 33 4,53 | important to make clear that Christians who live in situations of 34 4,55 | the Lord.~Simply in being Christians, even before actually doing 35 4,56 | way the vocation of all Christians to holiness while emphasizing 36 4,56 | form with which individual Christians fulfill it: "In creation 37 4,56 | So does he command all Christians, who are the living plants 38 5,58 | the lay faithful and all Christians at every moment: to grow 39 5,59 | culture: "The Council exhorts Christians, as citizens of one city 40 5,60 | social order and of all Christians to apply them in defence 41 5,61 | help in the formation of Christians, by providing a consciousness 42 5,63 | formation: "The formation of Christians will take the greatest account 43 5,64 | particular importance that all Christians be aware that through Baptism


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