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functionalism 1
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functions 3
fundamental 26
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funds 1
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26 gift
26 presence
26 state
Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Christifideles Laici

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fundamental

   Chapter,  Paragraph
1 Intro,5| sisters and brothers, whose fundamental rights are being violated, 2 1,8 | faithful made known, and their fundamental dignity revealed. Only within 3 1,10 | others the following three fundamental aspects: Baptism regenerates 4 1,16 | we consider the prime and fundamental vocation that the Father 5 1,17 | represents their first and fundamental contribution to the building 6 1,17 | then, must be called a fundamental presupposition and an irreplaceable 7 2,19 | communion is a central and fundamental concept in the conciliar 8 2,19 | word 'communion' mean? Its fundamental meaning speaks of the union 9 2,27 | participation, it adheres to its fundamental vocation and mission, that 10 2,30 | loving within society.~The fundamental criteria mentioned at this 11 3,36 | individual is the primary and fundamental way for the Church, the 12 3,38 | God, fínds its primary and fundamental expression in the inviolability 13 3,38 | life, the most basic and fundamental right and the condition 14 3,38 | The Church today lives a fundamental aspect of her mission in 15 3,38 | power, endangering not only fundamental human rights but the very 16 3,39 | reference for the other fundamental rights and in some way becomes 17 3,42 | The spirit of service is a fundamental element in the exercise 18 4,49 | Council and has found its fundamental inspiration in the Gospel 19 4,51 | the ability to fulfill the fundamental apostolate of the Church: 20 4,51 | welfare, beginning with the fundamental value of life. How great 21 4,52 | complete and harmonious.~The fundamental reason that requires and 22 4,52 | way, and at the same time, fundamental way, to assure this coordinated 23 5,57 | branches reveals to us another fundamental aspect of the lay faithful' 24 5,58 | Vocation and Mission ~58. The fundamental objective of the formation 25 5,58 | explicitly known. Therefore, the fundamental and continuous attitude 26 5,62 | also makes up a natural and fundamental school for formation in


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