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1 Intro,1| Vocation and Mission in the Church and in the World Twenty 2 Intro,2| world.~In our times, the Church after Vatican II in a renewed 3 Intro,2| mission on behalf of the Church and the world. In preaching 4 Intro,2| communities from the whole Church, the Fathers, enriched by 5 Intro,2| the lay faithful in the Church and in the world.~In this 6 Intro,2| to renew the youth of the Church and how he has inspired 7 Intro,2| commitment in the life of the Church; and in the fuller and meaningful 8 Intro,2| so strongly interested in Church services and tasks that 9 Intro,2| translated into authentic Church "practice". Some situations 10 Intro,2| regarding the ministries and Church services entrusted at present 11 Intro,2| role of women both in the Church and in society.~At the conclusion 12 Intro,2| offered to the Universal Church(5).~This Post-Synodal Apostolic 13 Intro,2| communion and mission of the Church.~ 14 Intro,3| part in the mission of the Church in this great moment in 15 Intro,3| affairs today both in the Church and in social, economic, 16 Intro,3| as a living member in the Church and has an active part in 17 Intro,3| the historic events of the Church and humanity, as the Council 18 Intro,7| vineyard.~In this field the Church is present and working, 19 Intro,7| mentioned deeply affect the Church: they in part condition 20 Intro,7| they in part condition the Church, but they do not crush her, 21 Intro,7| and by the Evil One, the Church knows that all the forces 22 Intro,7| man and of the world.~The Church knows that she is sent forth 23 Intro,7| the bearer of joy that the Church announces each day, and 24 Intro,7| each day, and to whom the Church bears testimony before all 25 Intro,7| testimony: through them the Church of Christ is made present 26 1 | the Lay Faithful in the Church as Mystery~ 27 1,8 | perspective which emphasizes the Church's internal nature, the lay 28 1,8 | reveal the mystery of the Church, proposes again the image 29 1,8 | that is, to us. Through the Church we abide in Christ, without 30 1,8 | nothing (Jn 15:1-5)"(12). The Church herself, then, is the vine 31 1,8 | 20).~Only from inside the Church's mystery of communion is 32 1,8 | vocation and mission in the Church and in the world be defined.~ 33 1,9 | lived experience of the Church, guided as she is by the 34 1,9 | the lay faithful to the Church and to its mystery.~At the 35 1,9 | the Constitution on the Church, Lumen Gentium-" is here 36 1,9 | state sanctioned by the Church. Through Baptism the lay 37 1,9 | people with respect to the Church and the world"(15).~Pius 38 1,9 | on the front lines of the Church's life; for them the Church 39 1,9 | Church's life; for them the Church is the animating principle 40 1,9 | only of belonging to the Church, but of being the Church, 41 1,9 | Church, but of being the Church, that is to say, the community 42 1,9 | with him. These are the Church ..."(16).~According to the 43 1,9 | the other members of the Church, are branches engrafted 44 1,9 | Christian in the mystery of the Church. This mystery constitutes 45 1,10 | Christ and to his Body, the Church; and anoints us in the Holy 46 1,12 | members of the body of the Church", as the Council of Florence 47 1,14 | living tradition of the Church, as exemplified in the explanation 48 1,14 | Prophet-Teacher, King-continues in the Church. Everyone, the whole People 49 1,14 | the appreciation of the Church's supernatural faith, that " 50 1,14 | showers his gifts upon the Church which is his Body and his 51 1,14 | their being members of the Church, as St. Peter clearly teaches, 52 1,14 | because it derives from Church communion, the sharing of 53 1,15 | a responsibility for the Church's mission.~But among the 54 1,15 | faithful's position in the Church in a complete, adequate 55 1,15 | context of the mystery of the Church.~Pope Paul VI said the Church " 56 1,15 | Church.~Pope Paul VI said the Church "has an authentic secular 57 1,15 | through her members"(30).~The Church, in fact, lives in the world, 58 1,15 | Certainly all the members of the Church are sharers in this secular 59 1,15 | faithful's position in the Church, then, comes to be fundamentally 60 1,16 | sons and daughters of the Church by a Council which intended 61 1,16 | from the mystery of the Church: she is the choice vine, 62 1,16 | abiding and working in the Church to communicate to her the 63 1,16 | this urgency: "Since the Church in Christ is a mystery, 64 1,16 | difficult circumstances in the Church's history. Today we have 65 1,16 | up"(42).~Everyone in the Church, precisely because they 66 1,16 | all other members of the Church, the lay faithful are called 67 1,16 | sacramental life of the Church, in personal prayer, in 68 1,17 | the lay faithful in the Church and in the world. In fact, 69 1,17 | their participation in the Church's holiness, represents their 70 1,17 | contribution to the building of the Church herself, who is the "Communion 71 1,17 | of salvation within the Church. The Church's holiness is 72 1,17 | salvation within the Church. The Church's holiness is the hidden 73 1,17 | in the measure that the Church, Christ's Spouse, is loved 74 1,17 | faithful's position in the Church, the celebrated admonition 75 1,17 | equality for all members of the Church, guarantees and fosters 76 2 | Faithtul in the Life of Church as Communion~ 77 2,18 | The Mystery of Church Communion~18. Again we turn 78 2,18 | the very mystery of the Church, as the Second Vatican Council 79 2,18 | words of Saint Cyprian: "The Church shines forth as 'a people 80 2,18 | to recall this mystery of Church communion at the beginning 81 2,18 | and responsibility in the Church and in the world. A proper 82 2,18 | the living context of the Church as communion.~ 83 2,19 | Second Vatican Council the Church again proposed this central 84 2,19 | great honour in the early Church and in the Oriental Churches, 85 2,19 | clearer understanding of the Church as communion and its concrete 86 2,19 | foundation of communion in the Church. The Eucharist is the source 87 2,19 | Body of Christ which is the Church (1 Cor 10:16)"(53).~On the 88 2,19 | the following words: "The Church is a communion. In this 89 2,19 | Saints'. The meaning of the Church is a communion of saints. ' 90 2,19 | among Christians, in the Church"(54).~Vatican Council II 91 2,19 | contemplate the mystery of the Church through biblical images 92 2,19 | light the reality of the Church as a communion with its 93 2,19 | reproposed the image of the Church as the People of God: "It 94 2,19 | in a wonderful way: "The Church in Christ is a kind of sacrament, 95 2,19 | 58).~The reality of the Church as Communion is, then, the 96 2,19 | psychological reality. The Church as Communion is the "new" 97 2,19 | source of communion in the Church.~ 98 2,20 | gifts for the welfare of the Church (cf. 1 Cor 12:1-11). Among 99 2,20 | diversity and unity in the Church. Once again we read in the 100 2,20 | The Spirit dwells in the Church and in the hearts of the 101 2,20 | 15-16, 26). Guiding the Church in the way of all truth ( 102 2,20 | the Gospel he makes the Church grow, perpetually renews 103 2,20 | cf. Rev 22:17)"(62).~Church communion then is a gift, 104 2,20 | life and mission of the Church, to whose service the lay 105 2,20 | their relationship in the Church, that what distinguishes 106 2,21 | the Spirit's Gifts to the Church~21. The Second Vatican Council 107 2,21 | the world(64). Indeed, the Church is directed and guided by 108 2,21 | work at this time in the Church are all, even in their variety 109 2,21 | ministerial constitution of the Church in apostolic times. In his 110 2,21 | God has appointed in the Church first apostles, second prophets, 111 2,22 | primary position in the Church are the ordained ministries, 112 2,22 | sacred power to serve the Church, acting in persona Christi 113 2,22 | are a grace for the entire Church. These ministries express 114 2,22 | increase communion in the Church, particularly in those places 115 2,22 | participation in the mission in the Church(68).~ 116 2,23 | the Lay Faithful~23. The Church's mission of salvation in 117 2,23 | necessity and expediency in the Church require it, the Pastors, 118 2,23 | When the necessity of the Church warrants it and when ministers 119 2,23 | of the situation in the Church on the ministries, offices 120 2,23 | both the unity of the Church's mission in which all the 121 2,23 | offices and roles in the Church, which are rooted in the 122 2,23 | pastoral structure of the Church, ought to be exercised in 123 2,23 | the lay faithful in the Church's life and mission of spreading 124 2,23 | ministries existed in the Latin Church only as spiritual steps 125 2,24 | bestowing diverse ministries in Church communion, enriches it still 126 2,24 | the varied needs of the Church in history. The description 127 2,24 | to the building up of the Church, to the well-being of humanity 128 2,24 | the growth of the whole Church.~The charisms are received 129 2,24 | on the part of the entire Church. They are in fact a singularly 130 2,24 | submission to the Pastors of the Church. The Council clearly states: " 131 2,24 | those who preside over the Church, and to whose special competence 132 2,25 | Participation in the Life of the Church~25. The lay faithful participate 133 2,25 | participate in the life of the Church not only in exercising their 134 2,25 | mission of the particular Church, in the diocese in which " 135 2,25 | the diocese in which "the Church of Christ, one, holy, catholic 136 2,25 | Churches and the Universal Church~For an adequate participation 137 2,25 | vision of the particular Church with its primordial bond 138 2,25 | primordial bond to the universal Church. The particular Church does 139 2,25 | universal Church. The particular Church does not come about from 140 2,25 | fragmentation of the universal Church, nor does the universal 141 2,25 | nor does the universal Church come about by a simple amalgamation 142 2,25 | this is why the universal Church exists and is manifested 143 2,25 | the model of the universal Church; it is in and from these 144 2,25 | one and unique Catholic Church"(85).~The same Council strongly 145 2,25 | belonging to the particular Church, while at the same time 146 2,25 | structures could contribute to Church communion and the mission 147 2,25 | mission of the particular Church, both in its own surroundings 148 2,25 | the communion of the whole Church(89).~ 149 2,26 | parish. It is there that the Church is seen locally. In a certain 150 2,26 | certain sense it is the Church living in the midst of the 151 2,26 | the very "mystery" of the Church is present and at work, 152 2,26 | communion with the whole Church. Such suitableness is rooted 153 2,26 | with the entire particular Church.~Since the Church's task 154 2,26 | particular Church.~Since the Church's task in our day is so 155 2,26 | association through which the Church can be present and at work. 156 2,27 | Their activity within Church communities is so necessary 157 2,27 | are all necessary for the Church to grow, each in its own 158 2,27 | the universality of the Church. The lay faithful should 159 2,27 | priests, bringing to the Church community their own and 160 2,27 | indeed, the parish is the Church placed in the neighborhoods 161 2,28 | Participation in the Life of the Church ~28. The lay faithful together 162 2,28 | Being "members" of the Church takes nothing away from 163 2,28 | and richness for the whole Church. Therefore, God calls the 164 2,28 | vineyard too", directed to the Church as a whole, come specially 165 2,28 | common richness of all the Church. This is the "Communion 166 2,28 | good of all. "In the Holy Church", writes Saint Gregory the 167 2,28 | of being a "member of the Church" yet entrusted with a unique 168 2,29 | Forms of Participation~29. Church communion, already present 169 2,29 | life and mission of the Church.~In recent days the phenomenon 170 2,29 | been present throughout the Church's history as various confraternities, 171 2,29 | participation of all of them in the Church'smission of carrying forth 172 2,29 | to the commitment to the Church's mission and the apostolate.~ 173 2,29 | communion and of unity of the Church of Christ"(106).~It is a " 174 2,29 | such groups take in the Church.~First of all, the freedom 175 2,29 | freedom for lay people in the Church to form such groups is to 176 2,29 | participate actively in the Church's communion and mission. 177 2,29 | relationship is kept to Church authority, the lay faithful 178 2,29 | only to be exercised in Church communion. Consequently, 179 2,29 | essentially in relation to the Church's life of communion and 180 2,30 | from the perspective of the Church's communion and mission, 181 2,30 | the lay faithful in the Church:~- The primacy given to 182 2,30 | leading to holiness in the Church, through fostering and promoting " 183 2,30 | truth about Christ, the Church and humanity, in obedience 184 2,30 | humanity, in obedience to the Church's Magisterium, as the Church 185 2,30 | Church's Magisterium, as the Church interprets it. For this 186 2,30 | of unity of the universal Church(112), and with the local 187 2,30 | 113) in the particular Church, and in "mutual esteem for 188 2,30 | esteem for all forms of the Church's apostolate"(114).~The 189 2,30 | Pope and Bishop. Moreover, Church communion demands both an 190 2,30 | the lay faithful in the Church and at the same time, a 191 2,30 | and participation in the Church's apostolic goals, that 192 2,30 | society, which in light of the Church's social doctrine, places 193 2,30 | participate in programmes and Church activities at the local, 194 2,30 | Christian life or the return to Church communion of those baptized 195 2,31 | Communion~31. The Pastors of the Church even if faced with possible 196 2,31 | for the well-being of the Church, but also for the well-being 197 2,31 | associations might grow in Church communion and mission.~It 198 2,31 | approval from competent Church authority to facilitate 199 2,31 | of the common good of the Church, moreover, ecclesial authority 200 2,31 | God for the great gift of Church communion which is the reflection 201 2,31 | 1 :10).~Thus the life of Church communion will become a 202 3 | the Lay Faithful in the Church as Mission~ 203 3,32 | in Christ and life in the Church. The person who does not 204 3,32 | together and unifies the Church and sends her to preach 205 3,32 | Acts 1:8). On her part, the Church knows that the communion 206 3,32 | for all people. Thus the Church feels she owes to each individual 207 3,32 | growth. The mission of the Church flows from her own nature. 208 3,32 | the entire mission of the Church is directed: "That which 209 3,32 | 1:3).~In the context of Church mission, then, the Lord 210 3,32 | the welfare of the entire Church. They also know that they 211 3,32 | entire saving mission of the Church towards the world, but they 212 3,33 | they are members of the Church, have the vocation and mission 213 3,33 | life and activity of the Church... Strengthened by their 214 3,33 | community. They lead to the Church people who are perhaps far 215 3,33 | the temporal goods of the Church more efficient"(122).~The 216 3,33 | The entire mission of the Church, then, is concentrated and 217 3,33 | passages of history the Church has made her way under the 218 3,33 | and vocation proper to the Church, her most profound identity"( 219 3,33 | Through evangelization the Church is built up into a community 220 3,33 | also of many parts of the Church, absolutely demands that 221 3,34 | part of this work of the Church. Their responsibility, in 222 3,34 | owed to humanity by the Church. Each Christian's words 223 3,35 | a re-evangelization, the Church cannot withdraw from her 224 3,35 | entrusts each day to his Church.~The activity of the lay 225 3,35 | love for Christ and the Church through their valuable presence 226 3,35 | or surroundings where the Church is not yet established and 227 3,35 | serious proportions for the Church that only a truly consolidated 228 3,35 | responsibility by all members of the Church, both individuals and communities, 229 3,35 | Council to the particular Church retains all its value, even 230 3,35 | to mirror the universal Church as perfectly as possible, 231 3,35 | believe in Christ"(126).~The Church today ought to take a giant 232 3,35 | increasingly smaller, the Church community ought to strengthen 233 3,35 | Throughout the world today the Church lives among people of various 234 3,35 | sign of the Lord and his Church, in a way adapted to the 235 3,36 | power of the Spirit the Church becomes at one and the same 236 3,36 | society. Without doubt the Church has the Kingdom of God as 237 3,36 | this in mind, then, the Church walks and lives, intimately 238 3,36 | forth in Jesus Christ, the Church likewise awakens one person 239 3,36 | From this perspective the Church is called, in virtue of 240 3,36 | the primary route that the Church must travel in fulfilling 241 3,36 | fundamental way for the Church, the way traced out by Christ 242 3,36 | which is proper to her, the Church not only communicates divine 243 3,36 | the whole community, the Church believes she càn contribute 244 3,36 | family, for which the whole Church is responsible, a particular 245 3,37 | of the service which the Church, and the lay faithful in 246 3,38 | maximum determination.~The Church has never yielded in the 247 3,38 | and political power.~The Church today lives a fundamental 248 3,38 | take control. In fact, "the Church family believes that human 249 3,38 | shadow over the world, the Church stands for life: in each 250 3,38 | accepting life, to make the Church's "Yes" to human life concrete 251 3,39 | for the building up of the Church. Thus the mystic vine bears 252 3,39 | martyrs"(142).~The whole Church is profoundly grateful for 253 3,39 | essential property of the Church: God's Church is born of 254 3,39 | property of the Church: God's Church is born of God's grace, 255 3,40 | mystery of Christ and the Church (cf. Eph 5:22-6:4; Col 3: 256 3,40 | development of society and the Church herself.~The family is the 257 3,40 | incomparable social value. The Church, for her part, is deeply 258 3,41 | communities of persons.~The whole Church as such, is directly called 259 3,41 | the very early days the Church added the agape to the Eucharistic 260 3,41 | in special honour in the Church"(148). Charity towards one' 261 3,41 | Spirit for building up the Church (cf. 1 Cor 13:13) and for 262 3,42 | political community and the Church, and to distinguish clearly 263 3,42 | Pastors in the name of the Church. The Church by reason of 264 3,42 | name of the Church. The Church by reason of her role and 265 3,42 | participation in the life of the Church and enlightened by her social 266 3,43 | the social doctrine of the Church. I warmly desire to again 267 3,43 | the social doctrine of the Church is the principle of the 268 3,44 | creator of history.~The Church is fully aware of a pastoral 269 3,44 | hearts. For this reason the Church calls upon the lay faithful 270 3,44 | responsibility to the entire Church, but in a specific way to 271 3,44 | peoples... In this way the Church carries out her mission 272 3,44 | recollection here: "The Church evangelizes when she seeks 273 3,44 | are transformed: for the Church it is a question not only 274 3,44 | frontier for the mission of the Church, because it is undergoing 275 4,45 | extraordinary variety of ways the Church becomes "present" in life; 276 4,45 | makes the riches of the Church more vital and concrete.~ 277 4,46 | Youth, the Hope of the Church~46. The Synod wished to 278 4,46 | challenge for the future of the Church. In fact the Church sees 279 4,46 | the Church. In fact the Church sees her path towards the 280 4,46 | youth as "the hope of the Church"(168).~In the letter of 281 4,46 | the world we read: "The Church looks to the youth, indeed 282 4,46 | to the youth, indeed the Church in a special way looks at 283 4,46 | Millennium after Christ, the Church also sees herself in the 284 4,46 | pastoral concern for the Church: in fact, young people are 285 4,46 | active on behalf of the Church as leading characters in 286 4,46 | with their state"(171).~The Church must seek to rekindle the 287 4,46 | 21). For this reason the Church does not tire of proclaiming 288 4,46 | salvation of humanity.~The Church has so much to talk about 289 4,46 | so much to share with the Church. This mutual dialogue, by 290 4,46 | and youthfulness for the Church and civil society. In its 291 4,46 | people the Council said: "The Church looks to you with confidence 292 4,46 | the world... Look upon the Church and you will find in her 293 4,47 | missionary fruitfulness of the Church has its life-giving basis 294 4,47 | them and for the entire Church. Everyone ought to be more 295 4,47 | for the building up of the Church and for making society more 296 4,47 | the family, "the domestic Church", through the presence of 297 4,47 | the local and universal Church. John Gerson, a great theologian 298 4,47 | a negligible part of the Church"(174).~ 299 4,48 | remind older people that the Church calls and expects them to 300 4,48 | in the faith both in the Church and in society (cf. Ps 44: 301 4,48 | knowledge that one's role in the Church and society does not stop 302 4,48 | becoming an example in the Church for the whole People of 303 4,48 | underestimated in the life of the Church or as passive objects in 304 4,49 | to the building up of the Church and the development of society. 305 4,49 | life and mission of the Church.~Making reference to Pope 306 4,49 | dignity of women in the Church and society, it is women 307 4,49 | participation of women in Church life as well as in social 308 4,49 | expression of her mission the Church must stand firmly against 309 4,49 | putting the teaching of the Church into practice"(179).~In 310 4,49 | life and mission of the Church, emphasis should be placed 311 4,49 | the various fields of the Church's apostolate"(180).~The 312 4,49 | inspiration in the Gospel and the Church's history. In fact, for 313 4,49 | evidence of the Gospel, the Church at its origin detached herself 314 4,49 | the Apostles founds the Church", stated Paul VI, "the witness 315 4,49 | successive development the Church, albeit in different ways 316 4,49 | oftentimes decisive role in the Church herself and accomplished 317 4,49 | and the holiness of the Church. It is necessary that this 318 4,49 | Gospel's message and the Church's history, the Synod Fathers 319 4,49 | It is necessary that the Church recognize all the gifts 320 4,49 | Synod proclaims that the Church seeks the recognition and 321 4,50 | presence of woman in the Church and in society is a more 322 4,50 | basis of femininity, the Church enters the historic process 323 4,50 | But even before this the Church intends, in such a way, 324 4,50 | context of the faith of the Church, and also, in the lives 325 4,50 | Council reminds us: "The Church maintains that beneath all 326 4,50 | Christians and as members of the Church.~This meditation on the 327 4,50 | and ought to have in the Church and in society.~It is quite 328 4,50 | which are normative for the Church, that no discrimination 329 4,50 | of participation in the Church's life of grace and holiness, 330 4,51 | Mission in the Church and in the World~51. In 331 4,51 | apostolic mission of the Church, there is no doubt that 332 4,51 | fundamental apostolate of the Church: evangelization. However, 333 4,51 | life and mission of the Church a woman cannot receive the 334 4,51 | This is a practice that the Church has always found in the 335 4,51 | Spouse, and his Bride, the Church(189). Here we are in the 336 4,51 | maintained: "Although the Church possesses a 'hierarchical' 337 4,51 | presence of woman in the Church must be realized in practice. 338 4,51 | life and mission of the Church: they are provisions that 339 4,51 | participants in the life of the Church, and also in consultation 340 4,51 | service in the life of the Church, ought to be associated 341 4,51 | cooperators in the mission of the church in the family, in professional 342 4,51 | mission of Christ and his Church, recurs with continued urgency 343 4,51 | to employ it, not only in Church life but also in human society.~ 344 4,51 | women in the life of the Church and society in the sharing 345 4,51 | woman to the enrichment of Church communion and the dynamism 346 4,52 | various sectors in the Church must lament the absence 347 4,52 | whom abdicate their proper Church responsibilities, allowing 348 4,52 | liturgical prayer of the Church, education and, in particular, 349 4,52 | salvific mission of the Church might be rendered more rich, 350 4,52 | the pastoral action of the Church, nor even less is it the 351 4,52 | life and mission of the Church, is the fulfilment of the 352 4,52 | family's sharing in the Church's mission should follow 353 4,52 | live their service to the Church and to the world ... The 354 4,52 | Jesus Christ and of his Church finds expression and realization"( 355 4,52 | Matrimony ought to assume in the Church and society in order to 356 4,52 | relation of Christ with his Church, contains a teaching of 357 4,52 | great importance for the Church's life-a teaching that ought 358 4,52 | today's world through the Church; all those relations between 359 4,52 | imbued by this spirit. The Church should even more fully rely 360 4,52 | in the living context of Church communion and in the service 361 4,53 | all kinds of violence: the Church reminds you that she shares 362 4,53 | your rightful place in the Church and in society"(198).~In 363 4,53 | of his body, that is, the Church" (Col 1:24). Precisely in 364 4,53 | Rom 8:18 ff)"(199).~On the Church's part-as it reads in the 365 4,53 | the Cross of Christ, the Church has to try to meet man in 366 4,53 | becomes the way for the Church', and this is one of the 367 4,53 | individual is the way of the Church because that person is, 368 4,53 | signof Jesus Christ and his Church in showing love towards 369 4,54 | precious heritage, which the Church has received from Jesus 370 4,54 | simply as an object of the Church's love and service, but 371 4,54 | From this perspective the Church has to let the good news 372 4,54 | sanctification and building up of the Church.~The proclamation of this 373 4,54 | within and on behalf of the Church.~In order that "the civilization 374 4,54 | source of strength for the Church and humanity. In the terrible 375 4,55 | the goal and subjects of Church communion as well as of 376 4,55 | fruitfulness of Holy Mother Church. Its meaning also arises 377 4,55 | and the lay faithful.~In Church Communion the states of 378 4,55 | eschatological character of the Church, that is, the straining 379 4,55 | are at the service of the Church's growth. While different 380 4,55 | are deeply united in the Church's "mystery of communion" 381 4,55 | same, unique mystery of the Church reveals and experiences 382 4,55 | fond of referring to the Church as a field of a pleasing 383 4,55 | better. The field of holy Church is fruitful in both one 384 4,55 | weddings blessed by the Church fills the great granary 385 4,56 | in the Lay State~56. The Church's rich variety is manifested 386 4,56 | developed recently in the Church. These offer the lay faithful, 387 4,56 | the living plants of his Church, to bring forth the fruits 388 4,56 | which all members of the Church are employed as labourers 389 5,58 | the Word of God and the Church, fervent and constant prayer, 390 5,59 | their being members of the Church and citizens of human society.~ 391 5,60 | union with Christ in the Church is nourished by spiritual 392 5,60 | precise presentation-of the Church's social doctrine, as repeatedly 393 5,60 | conscience, especially in the Church's social teaching, which 394 5,60 | this social doctrine of the Church is dynamic; that is, adapted 395 5,60 | of "who they are" in the Church and society as well as the 396 5,61 | presence of the Spirit. Mother Church is called to take part in 397 5,61 | faithful are formed by the Church andin the Church in a mutual 398 5,61 | by the Church andin the Church in a mutual communion and 399 5,61 | and brought forth in the Church by those who were perfected ( 400 5,61 | children.~First of all the Church is a teacher, in which the 401 5,61 | faith and membership in the Church. Therefore, not simply the 402 5,61 | faithful.~The one and universal Church is present in various parts 403 5,61 | work within the particular Church or diocese is the Parish 404 5,61 | and responsibility in the Church's mission.~Internal to the 405 5,61 | territorially extensive, small Church communities, where present, 406 5,61 | that diverse members of the Church can give to each other is 407 5,61 | revealing the mystery of the Church as Mother and Teacher. Priests 408 5,62 | family, as the "domestic Church", also makes up a natural 409 5,62 | the first "experience of Church", intended to find confirmation 410 5,62 | awareness that their "domestic church" participates in the life 411 5,62 | mission of the universal Church, so much the more will their 412 5,62 | formed in a "sense of the Church" and will perceive all the 413 5,62 | true and proper part of Church mission. What is needed 414 5,62 | to these lay faithful the Church entrusts the task of allowing 415 5,62 | students a vivid image of the Church and makes recognition of 416 5,63 | nation at the same time. The Church, the mother and teacher 417 5,64 | experience has been that of a Church under the light and the 418 5,64 | Synod in every part of the Church worldwide. This will come 419 5,64 | means to be members of the Church of Jesus Christ, participants 420 5,64 | incorporated in Christ and his Church, living and holy temples 421 5,64 | given to the members of the Church, constitutes for all the 422 5,64 | belonging to the mystery of the Church as Communion. This is a 423 5,64 | life and mission of the Church. For one and all the earnest 424 5,64 | action.~A real sense of Church communion, the gift of the 425 5,64 | in the "one and catholic" Church the continuing value of 426 5,64 | salvific mission of the Church herself. This communion 427 5,64 | missionary action of the Church.~The whole Church, Pastors 428 5,64 | of the Church.~The whole Church, Pastors and lay faithful 429 5,64 | to feel more strong]y the Church's responsibility to obey 430 5,64 | Christ and Mother of the Church, With joy and wonder we 431 5,64 | sons and daughters~of the Church of your Son.~Enable us to


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