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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Christifideles Laici

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   Chapter,  Paragraph
1 Intro,2| offered out of love for the common cause"(4).~In looking over 2 1,15 | As members, they share a common dignity from their rebirth 3 1,15 | perfection. They possess in common one salvation, one hope 4 1,16 | and thereby share in the common vocation to holiness. In 5 2,20 | in an equal dignity and common commitment to bring to fruition 6 2,23 | and the equating of the common priesthood and the ministerial 7 2,23 | ministerial priesthood and the common priesthood, and the difference 8 2,24 | manifestation of the Spirit for the common good. To one is given through 9 2,24 | complementarity, for the common good(83).~ 10 2,28 | receiving and sharing in the common richness of all the Church. 11 2,29 | the perspective of their common purpose, that is, the responsible 12 2,29 | pursue these purposes in common"(108).~It is a question 13 2,31 | Because of the demands of the common good of the Church, moreover, 14 2,31 | contribution in building the common house: "For the sound building 15 2,31 | the sound building of a common house it is necessary, furthermore, 16 3,32 | roles may cooperate in this common undertaking with one heart"( 17 3,35 | a group to a unique and common mission of proclaiming and 18 3,38 | human life. Above all, the common outcry, which is justly 19 3,42 | and institutionally the common good. The Synod Fathers 20 3,42 | parties, as well as the common opinion that participating 21 3,42 | standard in the pursuit of the common good, as the good of everyone 22 3,42 | et Spes-"exists for that common good in which the community 23 3,42 | lawful arrangement. The common good embraces the sum total 24 3,42 | to commit oneself to the common good, that is to say, to 25 3,43 | woman represents the most common and most immediate instrument 26 3,43 | those that participate in a common work; to raise up new forms 27 3,44 | culture must be held as the common good of every people, the 28 4,52 | for this reason, the most common and widespread way, and 29 4,53 | indeed the most frequent and common expression of human suffering.~


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