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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Christifideles Laici

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   Chapter,  Paragraph
1 Intro,2| surprisingly contemporary character and at times has carried 2 1,9 | it insisted on the unique character of their vocation, which 3 1,13 | sealing each with an indelible character (cf. 2 Cor 1:21-22), and 4 1,15 | Faithful and Their Secular Character ~15. The newness of the 5 1,15 | of life as the "secular character": "The secular character 6 1,15 | character": "The secular character is properly and particularly 7 1,15 | understanding of their secular character in light of God's plan of 8 1,15 | the expression "secular character"(32).~In fact the Council, 9 1,15 | Fathers said: "The secular character of the lay faithful is not 10 1,15 | distinguished by their secular character(40).~The images taken from 11 1,15 | radical newness and unique character of an involvement and participation 12 2,23 | ministry but do not require the character of Orders. The Code of Canon 13 2,28 | unique and irrepeatable character, that is, one's identity 14 2,29 | themselves has taken on a character of particular variety and 15 3,36 | reason of their "secular character", obliging them, in their 16 4,55 | a basic and unmistakable character which sets each apart, while 17 4,55 | distinctive feature in its secular character. It fulfills an ecclesial 18 4,55 | witness to the eschatological character of the Church, that is, 19 4,56 | devotion, each according to his character and vocation. Devotion must 20 4,56 | should take its particular character from the circumstances of 21 5,64 | faithful through the "secular character" which is "uniquely and


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