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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Christifideles Laici

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1 Intro,2| coherent expression of it, a fruit of collegiality. As such, 2 Intro,3| Synod and the most precious fruit desired as a result of it, 3 Intro,5| human person.~The sign and fruit of this trend towards humanism 4 1,16 | according to the Spirit, whose fruit is holiness (cf. Rom 6:22; 5 1,17 | As the branch cannot bear fruit by itself, unless it abides 6 1,17 | he it is that bears much fruit, for apart from me you can 7 2,29 | and society as well as the fruit and sign of every other 8 3 | YOU TO GO FORTH AND BEAR FRUIT~The Coresponsibility of 9 3,32 | branches are expected to bear fruit: "He who abides in me, and 10 3,32 | he it is that bears much fruit" (Jn 15:5). Bearing fruit 11 3,32 | fruit" (Jn 15:5). Bearing fruit is an essential demand of 12 3,32 | person who does not bear fruit does not remain in communion: " 13 3,32 | branch of mine that bears no fruit, he (my Father) takes away" ( 14 3,32 | indispensable condition for bearing fruit: "Apart from me you can 15 3,32 | is the most magnificent fruit that the branches can give: 16 3,32 | that you should go and bear fruit and that your fruit should 17 3,32 | bear fruit and that your fruit should abide" (Jn 15:16).~ 18 3,32 | both the source and the fruit of mission: communion gives 19 3,40 | 144). Thus society as a fruit and sign of the social nature 20 3,42 | continental and world level.~The fruit of sound political activity, 21 3,43 | prohibition not to 'eat of the fruit of the tree' (cf. Gen 2: 22 4,48 | They still bring forth fruit in old age, they are ever 23 4,54 | can flourish and produce fruit in this vast world of human 24 5 | CHAPTER V~THAT YOU BEAR MUCH FRUIT~The Formation of the Lay 25 5,57 | of always bearing much fruit.~As a diligent vinedresser, 26 5,57 | branch of mine that bears no fruit, he takes away. and every 27 5,57 | every branch that does bear fruit, he prunes that it may bear 28 5,57 | prunes that it may bear more fruit" (Jn 15:1-2).~The vitality 29 5,57 | and I in him bears much fruit, for apart from me you can 30 5,57 | to grow, develop and bear fruit. A person cannot put off 31 5,59 | which is Christ, bears its fruit in every sphere of existence 32 5,63 | vinedresser can bear much fruit for the individual and for 33 5,64 | bring forth as its precious fruit, in the "one and catholic" 34 5,64 | vine,~called to bear much fruit~for the life of the world.~~


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