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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
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1 Intro,2| watch over your manner of life, dear people, and make sure 2 Intro,2| a lay commitment in the life of the Church; and in the 3 Intro,2| separation of faith from life, that is, a separation of 4 Intro,3| political and cultural life, calls with a particular 5 Intro,3| history, where in everyday life there often exist contradictions 6 Intro,4| related to the purpose of life, to suffering and to dying-they 7 Intro,4| transcendent outlook towards life, the renewed interest in 8 Intro,5| civil laws: the right to life and to integrity, the right 9 Intro,5| in public and political life, the right to freedom of 10 Intro,5| essential for leading a life worthy of a human being, 11 Intro,5| areas of family and academic life, but also in cultural, economic, 12 Intro,6| persons and groups in the life of society is increasingly 13 Intro,7| Holy Spirit, who gives her life, sustains her in her mission.~ 14 1,8 | branches are engrafted to have life (cf. Jn 15:1 ff.).~The Second 15 1,8 | the true vine who gives life and fruitfulness to the 16 1,8 | mystery because the very life and love of the Father, 17 1,9 | front lines of the Church's life; for them the Church is 18 1,9 | and from him derive their life and fruitfulness.~Incorporation 19 1,9 | dynamism of the Christian life of the lay faithful (cf. 20 1,9 | from sin and brought to life through grace.~Therefore, 21 1,10 | the "Newness" of Christian Life ~10. It is no exaggeration 22 1,10 | newness of the Christian life that comes from Baptism, 23 1,10 | Baptism regenerates us in the life ot the Son of God; unites 24 1,13 | the newness of Christian life coming from Baptism and 25 1,14 | ordinary married and family life, their daily labour, their 26 1,14 | and even the hardships of life if patiently borne-all of 27 1,14 | by the testimony of his life and by the power of his 28 1,14 | their family and social life, as well as to express patiently 29 1,14 | framework of their secular life"(26).~Because the lay faithful 30 1,14 | activity governed by the life of grace, they share in 31 1,15 | newness of the Christian life is the foundation and title 32 1,15 | dignity takes on a manner of life which sets a person apart, 33 1,15 | described this manner of life as the "secular character": " 34 1,15 | circumstances of family and social life, from which the very fabric 35 1,15 | persons who live an ordinary life in the world: they study, 36 1,15 | country. He chose to lead the life of an ordinary craftsman 37 1,15 | especially in this way of life, resplendent in faith, hope 38 1,15 | marriage or the celibate life, in a family, in a profession 39 1,15 | their newness in Christian life and distinguished by their 40 1,16 | bring a renewal of Christian life based on the gospel(41). 41 1,16 | members share in the same life of holiness of the Head 42 1,16 | the fullness of Christian life and to the perfection of 43 1,16 | fulfillment of their own state of life"(44).~The call to holiness 44 1,16 | among saints" (Eph 5:3).~Life according to the Spirit, 45 1,16 | liturgical and sacramental life of the Church, in personal 46 1,16 | in all circumstances of life and service to the brethren, 47 1,17 | The Life of Holiness in the World~ 48 1,17 | to holiness implies that life according to the Spirit 49 1,17 | their religious programme of life"(45). Likewise the Synod 50 1,17 | have said: "The unity of life of the lay faithful is of 51 1,17 | professional and social life. Therefore, to respond to 52 1,17 | regenerated them in his own life of holiness. Such a vocation, 53 1,17 | inseparable element of the new life of Baptism, and therefore 54 1,17 | busy at work in their daily life and activity, oftentimes 55 2 | the Lay Faithtul in the Life of Church as Communion~ 56 2,18 | mystery of the intimate life of love in God as Trinity, 57 2,19 | concrete application to life. What, then, does this complex 58 2,19 | summit of the whole Christian life (cf. Lumen Gentium, 11). 59 2,19 | incorporation of Christians into the life of Christ, and the communication 60 2,19 | the communication of that life of charity to the entire 61 2,19 | Christ as a communion of life, love and truth"(59). The 62 2,20 | vocations and states in life, of ministries, of charisms 63 2,20 | body. In that body, the life of Christ is communicated 64 2,20 | and in the members, gives life to, unifies and moves the 65 2,20 | soul as the principle of life fulfills in the human body"( 66 2,20 | their participation in the life and mission of the Church, 67 2,21 | their participation in the life of Church-Communion.~Ministries, 68 2,21 | Shepherd who lays down his life for the sheep (cf. Jn 10: 69 2,23 | faithful in the Church's life and mission of spreading 70 2,23 | the arts, of international life, of the mass media. It also 71 2,24 | disturb and confuse the life of the faithful and of the 72 2,25 | Faithful's Participation in the Life of the Church~25. The lay 73 2,25 | faithful participate in the life of the Church not only in 74 2,25 | necessary expression in the life and mission of the particular 75 2,25 | participation in ecclesial life the lay faithful absolutely 76 2,26 | various circumstances of life in which people find themselves 77 2,26 | expression of liturgical life; to conserve and renew the 78 2,27 | the lay faithful in parish life. In this regard all lay 79 2,27 | grown lax in the Christian life.~If indeed, the parish is 80 2,28 | of Participation in the Life of the Church ~28. The lay 81 2,28 | abundantly from a truly Christian life (cf. Jn 4: 11)-is the origin 82 2,28 | continual, since a person's life and faith will be one. Likewise 83 2,28 | unique conditions of the life, work, difficulties and 84 2,29 | responsible participation in the life and mission of the Church.~ 85 2,29 | precious help for the Christian life in remaining faithful to 86 2,29 | relation to the Church's life of communion and to her 87 2,30 | the fullness of Christian life and the perfection of charity( 88 2,30 | unity between the everyday life of its members and their 89 2,30 | communities and spheres of life"(115).~From this perspective, 90 2,30 | in their organizational life and the works they perform, 91 2,30 | liturgical and sacramental life, the reawakening of vocations 92 2,30 | priesthood and the consecrated life; a readiness to participate 93 2,30 | various settings of social life and the creation and awakening 94 2,30 | conversion to the Christian life or the return to Church 95 2,31 | infusing every aspect of life with the gospel spirit"( 96 2,31 | must be put to work in a life of ever-increasing communion.~ 97 2,31 | works against the Christian life with its responsibility 98 2,31 | 1 Cor 1 :10).~Thus the life of Church communion will 99 3,32 | consideration of fruitfulness and life. Engrafted to the vine and 100 3,32 | the vine and brought to life, the branches are expected 101 3,32 | is an essential demand of life in Christ and life in the 102 3,32 | demand of life in Christ and life in the Church. The person 103 3,33 | active part to play in the life and activity of the Church... 104 3,33 | participation in the liturgical life of their community, they 105 3,33 | conversion of heart and life and a clinging to Jesus 106 3,33 | prospect and realization of new life according to the Spirit.~ 107 3,34 | religion and the Christian life were formerly flourishing 108 3,34 | inspires and sustains a life lived "as if God did not 109 3,34 | true meaning in the face of life's very serious problems, 110 3,34 | humanizing dimension of life implicit in these problems.~ 111 3,34 | problems and hopes that life poses to every person and 112 3,34 | separation of the Gospel from life, to again take up in their 113 3,34 | an integrated approach to life that is fully brought about 114 3,34 | uncertain about a sense of life on earth. Invaded by doubts 115 3,34 | Only he has the words of life, yes, eternal life"(124).~ 116 3,34 | words of life, yes, eternal life"(124).~Opening wide the 117 3,34 | and their daily duties of life into a most shining and 118 3,34 | Each Christian's words and life must make this proclamation 119 3,34 | the Way, the Truth and the Life!" (Jn 14:6).~This re-evangelization 120 3,34 | responsible participation in the life of the community, in other 121 3,34 | faith and the Christian life.~ 122 3,36 | only communicates divine life to all, but in some way 123 3,36 | reflected light of that divine life over the entire earth. She 124 3,37 | world and to forfeit his life?" (Mk 8:36) contain an enlightening 125 3,37 | destined for the eternal life of blessed communion with 126 3,38 | the Inviolable Right to Life~38. In effect the acknowledgment 127 3,38 | the inviolability of human life. Above all, the common outcry, 128 3,38 | illusory if the right to life, the most basic and fundamental 129 3,38 | violations that the right to life of every human being has 130 3,38 | proclaimed: "All offences against life itself, such as every kind 131 3,38 | of defending the right to life, some lay faithful are given 132 3,38 | family believes that human life, even if weak and suffering, 133 3,38 | world, the Church stands for life: in each human life she 134 3,38 | for life: in each human life she sees the splendour of 135 3,38 | from all who plot against life"(138). It is the responsibility 136 3,38 | are involved in accepting life, to make the Church's "Yes" 137 3,38 | Church's "Yes" to human life concrete and efficacious.~ 138 3,38 | the very frontier of human life which imply new responsibilities. 139 3,38 | exercising a control over" human life at its very beginning and 140 3,38 | the first phases of human life. Today as perhaps never 141 3,38 | from the first moment of life's existence. This occurs 142 3,38 | means to the defence of life and the cure of disease 143 3,38 | people's consciences and life styles, thereby worsening 144 3,39 | Christian testimony given in a life of suffering and martyrdom 145 3,39 | summit of the apostolic life among Christ's disciples, 146 3,39 | even to the giving of one's life constitutes a source of 147 3,39 | of a holy and apostolic life. In this sense the Fathers 148 3,39 | They risk everything, even life. In this way the lay faithful 149 3,40 | society. It is the cradle of life and love, the place in which 150 3,40 | make these very springs of life dry up. Furthermore, ideologies 151 3,40 | participation in social life. In such a way the family 152 3,41 | In fact, charity gives life and sustains the works of 153 3,42 | Public Life: for Everyone and by Everyone~ 154 3,42 | participation in "public life", that is, in the many different 155 3,42 | to participate in public life, albeit in a diversity and 156 3,42 | of Christians in public life.~On the contrary, the Second 157 3,42 | this task"(150).~Public life on behalf of the person 158 3,42 | those conditions of social life by which individuals, families, 159 3,42 | 151). Furthermore, public life on behalf of the person 160 3,42 | activity of persons in public life which is justly demanded 161 3,42 | given a charge in public life certainly ought to respect 162 3,42 | real participation in the life of the Church and enlightened 163 3,42 | means for achieving a public life which has true human development 164 3,42 | participation of all in public life, from individual citizens 165 3,42 | are the goal of public life as well as its leading participants. 166 3,42 | militarization of public life, the arms race, and the 167 3,43 | Center of Socio-Economic Life~43. Service to society on 168 3,43 | development of a truly human life. At the service of this 169 3,43 | development of economic life, an instrument that constitutes 170 3,43 | purpose of all socio-economic life"(158).~In the context of 171 3,43 | relation to socio-economic life and work Certainly humanity 172 3,44 | labour; to humanize social life both in the family and in 173 3,44 | Christ continually renews the life and culture of fallen humanity; 174 3,44 | inspiration and models of life, which are in contrast with 175 4,45 | the different stages in life: "It is possible to compare 176 4,45 | various stages in a person's life. According to our analogy 177 4,45 | say, one is led to a holy life during childhood, another 178 4,45 | Church becomes "present" in life; one and all are called 179 4,45 | conditions affecting a person's life. It is a variety that makes 180 4,46 | self" and "a choice of life". It is a time for growth 181 4,46 | relate to the quality of life and the conservation of 182 4,47 | gratuitous gift of God. The life itself of innocence and 183 4,47 | possibilities exist even in the life's stages of infancy and 184 4,48 | apostolic and missionary life. This is not only a possibility 185 4,48 | even in this time in their life when age itself provides 186 4,48 | teacher of the lessons of life (cf. Sir 6:34; 8:11-12), 187 4,48 | fortune to reach this stage in life, but also, and above all, 188 4,48 | persons underestimated in the life of the Church or as passive 189 4,48 | participants at a time of life which is humanly and spiritually 190 4,48 | individual human being lives a life of continual growth, from 191 4,49 | women's participation in the life and mission of the Church.~ 192 4,49 | their entrance into public life as signs of our times(176), 193 4,49 | participation of women in Church life as well as in social and 194 4,49 | as in social and public life. A more extensive and decisive 195 4,49 | responsible participation in the life and mission of the Church, 196 4,49 | active share in the whole life of society, it is very important 197 4,49 | of men and women for her life and mission, and put them 198 4,50 | participation in the Church's life of grace and holiness, as 199 4,51 | in word and testimony of life, gifts therefore, connected 200 4,51 | her participation in the life and mission of the Church 201 4,51 | evangelization and in the life of the Christian community( 202 4,51 | participation of women in the life and mission of the Church: 203 4,51 | should be participants in the life of the Church, and also 204 4,51 | every kind of service in the life of the Church, ought to 205 4,51 | family, in professional life and in the civil community"( 206 4,51 | employ it, not only in Church life but also in human society.~ 207 4,51 | implied in the conjugal life and the experience of motherhood. 208 4,51 | an individual yet social life. The Second Vatican Council 209 4,51 | women: in all aspects of the life of such communities, from 210 4,51 | the fundamental value of life. How great are the possibilities 211 4,51 | of "de-humanizing" human life, above all when it would 212 4,51 | participation of women in the life of the Church and society 213 4,52 | sociological fact of sharing a life together as human beings, 214 4,52 | constitutes the mystical, intimate life of God, One in Three.~Precisely 215 4,52 | of men and women in the life and mission of the Church, 216 4,52 | variety of diverse forms of life and love is seen and communicated: 217 4,52 | distinguish its state of life: it is thus in the love 218 4,53 | Passion. You are brought to life in the light of his resurrection. 219 4,53 | become their approach to life or, better yet, cast an 220 4,54 | sorely test not only faith in life but also faith in God and 221 4,54 | on such a hard reality of life. Thegood news is the proclamation 222 4,54 | passes into a testimony of life, both in the case of all 223 4,55 | The States of Life and Vocations ~55. All the 224 4,55 | come about simply from the life of grace and holiness which 225 4,55 | arises from the state of life that characterizes the clergy, 226 4,55 | Communion the states of life by being ordered one to 227 4,55 | service.~Thus the lay state of life has its distinctive feature 228 4,55 | obedience.~All the states of life, whether taken collectively 229 4,55 | diversity of the states of life and the variety of vocations 230 4,56 | from within each state of life. Thus within the lay state 231 4,56 | different paths in the spiritual life and the apostolate which 232 4,56 | Christian perfection or "life according to the Spirit", 233 4,56 | try to banish the devout life from the regiment of soldiers, 234 4,56 | exercised in such ways of life. But besides these three 235 4,56 | circumstances of one's state in life (married and familylife, 236 4,56 | with these conditions of life and should make use of the 237 5,57 | aspect of the lay faithful's life and mission: the call to 238 5,58 | lives.~Therefore, in the life of each member of the lay 239 5,58 | calls at every hour of life so as to make his holy will 240 5,58 | the various situations of life. The individual must do 241 5,58 | stages in the Christian life the apostle Peter makes 242 5,59 | for Living an Integrated Life ~59. In discovering and 243 5,59 | the so-called "spiritual" life, with its values and demands; 244 5,59 | the so-called "secular" life, that is, life in a family, 245 5,59 | secular" life, that is, life in a family, at work, in 246 5,59 | responsibilities of public life and in culture. The branch, 247 5,59 | service to society and public life and the promotion of truth 248 5,59 | faithful to this unity of life by forcefully decrying the 249 5,59 | in separating faith from life, and the gospel from culture: " 250 5,60 | situated within this unity of life.~There is no doubt that 251 5,60 | privileged place in a person's life. Everyone is called to grow 252 5,60 | The Council writes: "This life of intimate union with Christ 253 5,60 | the ordinary conditions of life, they do not disassociate 254 5,60 | union with Christ from that life, but through the very performance 255 5,60 | the diverse situations of life, is an absolute necessity, 256 5,60 | fields of society and public life. Above all, it is indispensable 257 5,60 | the lay faithful in public life, in the following words: " 258 5,60 | there is no true Christian life"(216).~In bringing their 259 5,60 | of unity and fullness of life.~ 260 5,61 | through a sharing of her very life, and through her various 261 5,61 | guidance of their Christian life through the proclamation 262 5,61 | dialogue with God, in the life of fraternal charity, and 263 5,62 | a human being. The daily life itself of a truly Christian 264 5,62 | church" participates in the life and mission of the universal 265 5,62 | through their example of life, their professional competence 266 5,62 | experience in the apostolic life, as well as having the opportunity 267 5,64 | this "Christian newness of life" given to the members of 268 5,64 | undeniable aspect of the life and mission of the Church. 269 5,64 | undeniable programme of life and action.~A real sense 270 5,64 | vocations and conditions of life, charisms, ministries, works, 271 5,64 | of society~through their life~inspired by the gospel.~~ 272 5,64 | bear much fruit~for the life of the world.~~O Virgin


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