1 Intro,5| s dignity as the living image of God (cf. Gen 1:26), the
2 1,8 | Sacred Scriptures use the image of the vine in various ways.
3 1,8 | the Old Testament used the image of the vine to describe
4 1,8 | Church, proposes again the image of the vine and the branches: "
5 1,9 | According to the Biblical image of the vineyard, the lay
6 1,11 | predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son, in order that
7 1,12 | other, presenting it as an image and extension of that mystical
8 1,12 | to this same unity in the image of the vine and the branches: "
9 1,12 | branches" (Jn 15:5), an image that sheds light not only
10 1,13 | another comparison, using the image of a building, the apostle
11 1,13 | building" (1 Pt 2:5 ff.). The image introduces us to another
12 1,17 | Spirit.~Again we take up the image from the gospel: the fruitfulness
13 2,19 | Above all, there is the image of the Body as set forth
14 2,19 | salvation and has reproposed the image of the Church as the People
15 3,32 | We return to the biblical image of the vine and the branches,
16 3,37 | considered: created by God in his image and likeness as well as
17 3,43 | in respect for the divine image received, and, therefore,
18 4,47 | eloquent symbol and exalted image of those moral and spiritual
19 4,49 | discrimination so that the image of God that shines in all
20 4,50 | created the individual "in his image", "male and female he created
21 5,57 | Maturation ~57. The gospel image of the vine and the branches
22 5,62 | offers students a vivid image of the Church and makes