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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Christifideles Laici

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associations

   Chapter,  Paragraph
1 Intro,2| the flourishing of groups, associations and spiritual movements 2 2,28 | possibility for collaboration in associations) are called to this type 3 2,29 | vitality. In some ways lay associations have always been present 4 2,29 | multiplicity of group forms: associations, groups, communities, movements. 5 2,29 | the traditional forming of associations, and at times coming from 6 2,29 | hand, the "right" of lay associations to form, and on the other, 7 2,29 | right to found and run such associations and to join those already 8 2,29 | liberty to found and govern associations for charitable and religious 9 2,30 | plurality of forms in the associations of the lay faithful in the 10 2,30 | of the person.~Therefore, associations of the lay faithful must 11 2,31 | difficulties as a result of such associations and the process of employing 12 2,31 | the well-being of the lay associations themselves. In this sense 13 2,31 | encouragement so that lay associations might grow in Church communion 14 2,31 | opportune that some new associations and movements receive official 15 2,31 | way some of the apostolic associations and projects which have 16 2,31 | out various movements and associations of Catholic Action in which " 17 2,31 | preparing a list of those associations which have received the 18 2,31 | might be given to ecumenical associations in which there is a majority 19 2,31 | the various forms of lay associations. Only in this way can the 20 5,62 | Schools)"(222).~Groups, associations and movements also have 21 5,64 | collaboration of groups, associations and movements of the lay


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