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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
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1 2,27 | its full effectiveness"(100).~This is indeed a particularly 2 2,27 | their own ecclesial family"(101).~The Council's mention 3 2,27 | Fathers have rightly insisted(102).~In the present circumstances 4 2,28 | ones is nourished by all"(103).~Individual Forms of Participation~ 5 2,28 | available and feasible"(104).~In the apostolate exercised 6 2,29 | generosity of our lay people"(105).~Oftentimes these lay groups 7 2,29 | of the Church of Christ"(106).~It is a "sign" that must 8 2,29 | those already existing"(107). A citation from the recently 9 2,29 | these purposes in common"(108).~It is a question of a 10 2,30 | produces in the faithful"(109) and in a growth towards 11 2,30 | the perfection of charity(110).~In this sense whatever 12 2,30 | members and their faith"(111).~- The responsibility of 13 2,30 | of the universal Church(112), and with the local Bishop, " 14 2,30 | and foundation of unity"(113) in the particular Church, 15 2,30 | the Church's apostolate"(114).~The communion with Pope 16 2,30 | communities and spheres of life"(115).~From this perspective, 17 2,31 | special responsibility"(116).~Among the various forms 18 2,31 | with the gospel spirit"(117).~The Pontifical Council 19 2,31 | approval is not possible(118).~All of us, Pastors and 20 2,31 | will at times be required"(119).~So as to render thanks 21 3,32 | unity of all the human race"(120). Such a mission has the 22 3,32 | undertaking with one heart"(121).~ 23 3,33 | the Church more efficient"(122).~The entire mission of 24 3,33 | most profound identity"(123).~Through evangelization 25 3,34 | life, yes, eternal life"(124).~Opening wide the doors 26 3,34 | animating ecclesial communities"(125). It goes without saying 27 3,35 | do not believe in Christ"(126).~The Church today ought 28 3,35 | riches of other Churches"(127).~In this area, younger 29 3,35 | the founding of Churches(128) is the formation not only 30 3,35 | friendship among peoples"(129).~What is first needed for 31 3,36 | its seed and beginning"(130), and is therefore totally 32 3,36 | each person's final destiny(131). From this perspective 33 3,36 | fashion to every person"(132).~For this reason the person " 34 3,36 | Incarnation and Redemption"(133).~The Second Vatican Council, 35 3,36 | its history more human"(134).~In this work of contributing 36 3,37 | that exists on the earth(135).~The dignity of the person 37 3,37 | reminded each Christmas(136).~ 38 3,38 | dishonour to the Creator"(137).~If, indeed, everyone has 39 3,38 | all who plot against life"(138). It is the responsibility 40 3,38 | of human generative power(139).~The lay faithful, having 41 3,38 | the Gospel reveals to all(140).~Today maximum vigilance 42 3,39 | becomes a measure of them"(141).~The Synod did not forget 43 3,39 | by the blood of martyrs"(142).~The whole Church is profoundly 44 3,39 | excellent way in martyrdom"(143).~Without doubt, all that 45 3,40 | a spirit of brotherhood"(144). Thus society as a fruit 46 3,40 | communion between persons"(145). Jesus is concerned to 47 3,40 | the development of society(146) and all that the Holy See, 48 3,40 | passes through the family"(147)~ 49 3,41 | special honour in the Church"(148). Charity towards one's 50 3,42 | structures and institutions(149).~In order to achieve their 51 3,42 | the burdens of this task"(150).~Public life on behalf 52 3,42 | thoroughly their own fulfilment"(151). Furthermore, public life 53 3,42 | dimension of the human person"(152).At the same time-and this 54 3,42 | community and their Pastors(153).~The manner and means for 55 3,42 | really responsible for all"(154).~Today political solidarity 56 3,42 | undeniable foundation of peace(155).~The lay faithful in working 57 3,42 | same time to development"(156).From this perspective the 58 3,42 | international and social order(157).~ 59 3,43 | all socio-economic life"(158).~In the context of the 60 3,43 | their own sanctification(159), according to the explicit 61 4,47 | theologian and educator of the 15th Century, had already emphasized 62 3,43 | ennobled the dignity of work"(160).~Today in an ever-increasingly 63 3,43 | dimension of development"(161).~ 64 3,44 | of the whole human race"(162). In this sense, culture 65 3,44 | but even from human values(163), as well as in those situations 66 3,44 | people to interior freedom"(164).~Some particularly significant 67 3,44 | more correctly of cultures"(165).~The privileged way at 68 3,44 | of social communications(166). The world of the massmedia 69 4,45 | and another in old age"(167).~We can make a further 70 4,46 | the hope of the Church"(168).~In the letter of 31 March 71 4,46 | sees herself in the youth"(169).~Youth must not simply 72 4,46 | the renewal of society.(170) Youth is a time of an especially 73 4,46 | that come with their state"(171).~The Church must seek to 74 4,46 | her the face of Christ"(172).~ 75 4,47 | sanctification of their parents"(173). The Council's words must 76 4,47 | negligible part of the Church"(174).~ 77 4,48 | the last breath is taken"(175).~ 78 4,49 | life as signs of our times(176), the Synod Fathers, when 79 4,49 | may be fully respected"(177). Along the same lines, 80 4,49 | discrimination and abuse of women"(178). And again: "The dignity 81 4,49 | the Church into practice"(179).~In particular when speaking 82 4,49 | the Church's apostolate"(180).~The awareness that women 83 4,49 | of Christian communities"(181).~Both in her earliest days 84 4,49 | put them into practice"(182). And again, "This Synod 85 4,49 | Freedom and Liberation, 72)"(183).~ 86 4,50 | sex require deeper study"(184).~Through committing herself 87 4,50 | forever (cf. Heb 13:8)"(185). The Apostolic Letter on 88 4,50 | Encyclical Redemptoris Mater(186) and serving as a response 89 4,50 | and sanctifying 'visits'"(187).~ 90 4,51 | only men to be his apostles(188); a practice that can be 91 4,51 | and his Bride, the Church(189). Here we are in the area 92 4,51 | holiness of Christ's members"(190).~However, as Paul VI has 93 4,51 | the Christian community(191).~Above all the acknowledgment 94 4,51 | of coming to decisions"(192).And again: "Women, who 95 4,51 | in the civil community"(193).~In the more specific area 96 4,51 | works with a moral value"(194).~As women increasingly 97 4,52 | expression and realization"(195).~From this perspective, 98 4,52 | on the riches found here"(196). These same Fathers have 99 4,52 | be respectively restored"(197), and still again they have 100 2,23 | Ministeria Quaedam (15 August 1972), they assumed an autonomy 101 4,53 | the Church and in society"(198).~In the context of such 102 3,40 | at the invitation of the 1980 Synod of Bishops, has formulated 103 5,64 | and Joseph, in the year 1988, the eleventh of my Pontificate.~ ~ 104 4,53 | 1 Pt 4:13; Rom 8:18 ff)"(199).~On the Church's part-as 105 4,53 | the most important ways"(200). At this moment the suffering 106 4,54 | the body and the spirit"(201), must never diminish but 107 4,54 | of Christ be victorious"(202).~ 108 4,55 | enriches Christian marriages"(203).~ 109 4,56 | s lay or clerical state(204). In this regard the Synod 110 4,56 | state devote themselves"(205).~We can conclude by reading 111 4,56 | lay spirituality so well(206). In speaking of "devotion", 112 4,56 | live in the secular state"(207).~Along the same line the 113 4,56 | received from the Holy Spirit"(208).~What has been said about 114 5,57 | converge on this goal"(209).~ 115 5,58 | will give the strength!"(210).~This, then, is the marvelous 116 5,59 | faith, hope and charity"(211).~The Second Vatican Council 117 5,59 | serious errors of our age"(212).~Therefore, I have maintained 118 5,59 | out, not faithfully lived"(213).~ 119 5,60 | they actually grow in it"(214).~The situation today points 120 5,60 | reserved to the lay faithful"(215).~The cultivation of human 121 5,60 | no true Christian life"(216).~In bringing their lives 122 5,61 | greatness and beauty of virtue"(217). This happened with Saint 123 5,61 | responsibility received at Baptism(218).~In the formation that 124 5,61 | mission of the lay faithful"(219). In turn, the lay faithful 125 5,62 | opportune civil legislation(220).~The Synod Fathers expressed 126 5,62 | gospel and human culture(221).~"This Synod"-we read in 127 5,62 | of Faith in the Schools)"(222).~Groups, associations and 128 5,63 | be applied to formation"(223).~For the purpose of a truly 129 5,63 | when the situation exists"(224).~In the work of formation 130 2,22 | origin of the Hierarchy (65)-to form and to rule the 131 2,22 | person of Christ, the Head)(66) and to gather her in the 132 2,22 | aim and is ordered to it(67).~For this reason, so as 133 2,22 | the mission in the Church(68).~ 134 2,23 | prescriptions of the law"(69). However, the exercise 135 2,23 | in his Eternal Priesthood(70). The task exercised in 136 2,23 | ecclesiastical authority(71).~The recent Synodal Assembly 137 2,23 | fulfilled by the lay faithful(73). In this way there is a 138 2,23 | of God and pastoral care(74).~In the same Synod Assembly, 139 2,23 | more precise terminology(75), both the unity of the 140 2,23 | which is often disregarded"(76).~In the course of Synod 141 2,23 | the new Code of Canon Law(77). At this time the Synod 142 2,23 | destined for each ministry"(78).~In this regard a Commission 143 2,24 | charity (cf. Eph 4:16)"(79).~By a logic which looks 144 2,24 | faithful and of the community"(81).~For this reason no charism 145 2,24 | 1 Thess 5:12 and 19-21)"(82), so that all the charisms 146 2,24 | complementarity, for the common good(83).~ 147 2,25 | truly present and at work"(84).~The Particular Churches 148 2,25 | unique Catholic Church"(85).~The same Council strongly 149 2,25 | scattered throughout the world"(86).~In this sense, the recent 150 2,25 | broad and determined manner(87).~The participation of the 151 2,25 | by the Code of Canon Law(88). These structures could 152 2,25 | communion of the whole Church(89).~ 153 2,26 | of her sons and daughters(90).~It is necessary that in 154 2,26 | with a unifying spirit"(91), "a familial and welcoming 155 2,26 | community of the faithful"(93). Plainly and simply, the 156 2,26 | a Eucharistic community(94). This means that the parish 157 2,26 | represents the diocesan bishop(95)-is the hierarchical bond 158 2,26 | parishes in a given territory(96) and recommends to the bishop' 159 2,26 | his ordinary pastoral care(97). There are many other places 160 2,26 | good and brotherly works"(98).~The Synod Fathers for 161 2,26 | communion with their pastors"(99). For the renewal of parishes 162 1,15 | They are not called to abandon the position that they have 163 Intro,4| Growing numbers of people are abandoning religion in practice"(8). 164 4,52 | presence of men, some of whom abdicate their proper Church responsibilities, 165 3,38 | kind of murder, genocide, abortion, euthanasia and willful 166 4,51 | helped to overcome forms of absenteeism and of periodic presence 167 4,55 | but the one which has an abundance of both fruits and flowers 168 4,49 | forms of discrimination and abuse of women"(178). And again: " 169 Intro,5| children abandoned and abused by their own parents, children 170 2,23 | guard against a facile yet abusive recourse to a presumed " 171 Intro,5| only in areas of family and academic life, but also in cultural, 172 2,20 | Spirit, to be gratefully accepted by the lay faithful, and 173 2,31 | this sense they ought to accompany their work of discernment 174 5,64 | obstacles~that we encounter~in accomplishing our mission.~Teach us to 175 4,50 | is a more penetrating and accurate consideration of the anthropological 176 2,27 | The lay faithful should accustom themselves to working in 177 3,42 | The manner and means for achieving a public life which has 178 2,19 | single people, a people which acknowledges him in truth and serves 179 2,23 | to the Lectorate and the Acolytate. While in the past these 180 2,23 | they are not lectors or acolytes, can also supply for certain 181 2,23 | faithful themselves have acquired a more lively awareness 182 3,40 | apostolate towards the family acquires an incomparable social value. 183 3,43 | in an ever-increasingly acute way, the so-called "ecological" 184 4,51 | evangelize, woman is to feel more acutely her need to be evangelized. 185 2,26 | foster the following: a) adaptation of parish structures according 186 4,48 | Gift of Wisdom~48. I now address older people, oftentimes 187 3,40 | duty can only be fulfilled adequately with the conviction of the 188 2,27 | faithful's participation, it adheres to its fundamental vocation 189 3,33 | the care of souls and the administration of the temporal goods of 190 3,42 | economic, social, legislative, administrative and cultural areas, which 191 2,28 | organized expression, and admits no substitute. Regardless 192 1,17 | Once again the apostle admonishes us: "Whatever you do, in 193 1,16 | apostle Paul never tires of admonishing all Christians to live " 194 1,17 | the Church, the celebrated admonition of Saint Leo the Great comes 195 2,23 | education of children and adolescents, professional work, and 196 2,20 | bears witness that they are adopted sons (cf. Gal 4:6; Rom 8: 197 1,11 | Son, becoming a child of adoption (cf. Gal 4:4-7) and a brother 198 Intro,4| reject him, and begin to adore various "idols" of the contemporary 199 2,20 | and charismatic gifts and adorns her with the fruits of his 200 5,61 | Christian Initiation of Adults with the purpose of allowing 201 3,42 | everyone but always lacking in advancement, is peace. The lay faithful 202 3,42 | of public funds for the advantage of a few and those with 203 Intro,7| religious and lay faithful. The adverse situations here mentioned 204 Intro,4| widespread form of secularism? Adversely affected by the impressive 205 Intro,2| their experience, their advice and the suggestions they 206 2,26 | whether established in regions affécted by urban progress or in 207 2,24 | of a particular spiritual affinity among persons. In referring 208 Intro,5| beings have been seriously afflicted.~But the sacredness of the 209 4,53 | the Holy Spirit in much affliction" (1 Thes 1:6) and witnesses 210 4,53 | what is lacking in Christ's afflictions for the sake of his body, 211 3,38 | the 'No' which assails and afflicts the world, she replies with 212 2,26 | family of God, a fellowship afire with a unifying spirit"( 213 3,41 | days the Church added the agape to the Eucharistic Supper, 214 2,31 | Christ, that all of you agree and that there be no dissensions 215 Intro,1| for his vineyard. After agreeing with the labourers for a 216 3,41 | works of charity and mutual aid intended to relieve human 217 5,61 | important. This mutual help also aids in revealing the mystery 218 3,43 | industrialization-three considerations which alert our consciences to the moral 219 2,29 | all come together in an all-inclusive and profound convergence 220 3,41 | private interests and an all-too-easy and generalized disengagement 221 2,24 | well (cf. 1 Cor 12:7), 'allotting them to each one as he wills' ( 222 | almost 223 2,23 | does not exist or where alternative possibilities could exist 224 5,62 | inspired teaching, preserving always-as is obvious-the autonomy 225 2,25 | Church come about by a simple amalgamation of particular Churches. 226 3,38 | medical science, united to an amazing power in technology, today 227 3,42 | interests, and the use of ambiguous and illicit means for acquiring, 228 4,55 | flowers and fruits. Saint Ambrose writes: "A field produces 229 2,20 | an "organic" communion, analogous to that of a living and 230 4,45 | s life. According to our analogy the morning can certainly 231 4,49 | work on a more specific analysis of women's participation 232 5,61 | perfected (in the person of Ananias) and, then Paul in his turn, 233 5,61 | are formed by the Church andin the Church in a mutual communion 234 Intro,3| injustice and justice, anguish and hope.~ 235 4,46 | by anxiety, deceptions, anguishes and fears of the world as 236 3,37 | that seeks to crush and to annihilate the person into the anonymity 237 Intro,5| person is diminished and annihilated; other forms of humanism, 238 Intro,7| irreplaceable role in this announcement and in this testimony: through 239 Intro,7| bearer of joy that the Church announces each day, and to whom the 240 2,23 | liturgical action to that of announcing the word of God and pastoral 241 3,37 | annihilate the person into the anonymity that comes from collectivity, 242 4,54 | of their sorrow and valid answers to all their questions.~ 243 2,31 | furthermore, that every spirit of antagonism and conflict be put aside 244 3,40 | times when human egoism, the anti-birth campaign, totalitarian politics, 245 4,55 | prefigured and in some way anticipated and experienced even now 246 5,64 | our hearts~to the great anticipation~of the Kingdom of God~and 247 4,46 | But they are troubled by anxiety, deceptions, anguishes and 248 | anything 249 2,22 | chose and constituted the apostles-seed of the People of the New 250 5,62 | read in the proposition-"appeals to the prophetic task of 251 5,61 | him, he kept him as the apple of his eye. / Like an eagle 252 1,15 | although indiscriminately applicable to all Jesus' disciples, 253 5,60 | and of all Christians to apply them in defence of human 254 1,17 | through him" (Col 3:17). Applying the apostle's words to the 255 5,57 | nothing" (Jn 15:5).~People are approached in liberty by God who calls 256 3,32 | which immediately and quite appropriately lends itself to a consideration 257 3,35 | couples, in imitation of Aquila and Priscilla (cf. Acts 258 5,57 | God's solicitude is so ardently called upon by Israel, that 259 4,55 | Church. Its meaning also arises from the state of life that 260 1,16 | an undeniable requirement arising from the mystery of the 261 3,42 | militarization of public life, the arms race, and the nuclear threat. 262 3,42 | basic, proper and lawful arrangement. The common good embraces 263 3,44 | technological research, the areas of artistic creativity and work in the 264 3,38 | 3:14). To the 'No' which assails and afflicts the world, 265 1,9 | displayed a basic intention of asserting the full belonging of the 266 1,16 | need of saints whom we must assiduously beg God to raise up"(42).~ 267 1,16 | vocation that the Father assigns to each of them in Jesus 268 1,14 | reread, meditate on and assimilate with renewed understanding 269 5,61 | Priests and religious ought to assist the lay faithful in their 270 4,53 | to the Lord, who in turn associates you with his redeeming Passion. 271 2,29 | phenomenon of lay people associating among themselves has taken 272 2,23 | Quaedam (15 August 1972), they assumed an autonomy and stability, 273 2,26 | parishes and for a better assurance of their effectiveness in 274 5,58 | capability. We can rest assured that this is possible through 275 Intro,5| manipulation", that most assuredly reduce the individual to 276 Intro,5| paradoxically, some of its atheistic and secularistic forms arrive 277 5,57 | depends on their remaining attached to the vine, which is Jesus 278 2,21 | of Christ, until we all attain to the unity of the faith 279 2,31 | honour (cf. Rom 12:10), in attaining a mutual affection, a will 280 3,40 | become more serious and the attempt to reduce the value of the 281 1,17 | Churches especially should be attentive to recognizing among their 282 5,58 | vigilance and a conscious attentiveness to the voice of God.~It 283 4,50 | at Pentecost wonderfully attests: "I will pour out my spirit 284 3,42 | of violence, to promote attitudes of dialogue and peace and 285 3,44 | evil which flow from the attraction of sin which are a perpetual 286 4,50 | of the Wednesday General Audiences devoted over a long period 287 Intro,2| faithful (both men and women auditors), but even more so in that 288 2,23 | Ministeria Quaedam (15 August 1972), they assumed an autonomy 289 2,29 | criteria" for discerning the authenticity of the forms which such 290 2,27 | Once again the Council authoritatively places it in relief: "The 291 2,26 | Christians, local ecclesial authorities ought to foster the following: 292 2,23 | the Commission's study are awaited, a more ordered and fruitful 293 Intro,3| 7).~Since the work that awaits everyone in the vineyard 294 2,30 | life and the creation and awakening of charitable, cultural 295 3,36 | Christ, the Church likewise awakens one person to another, giving 296 1,17 | Christ himself... Stand in awe and rejoice: We have become 297 2,26 | pastoral responsibilities; b) small, basic or so-called " 298 Intro,6| constructing the "Tower of Babel" (cf. Gen 11:1-9), which 299 Intro,5| able to count the number of babies unborn because they have 300 3,38 | task of calling culture back to the principles of an 301 4,56 | rather a heresy, to try to banish the devout life from the 302 1,11 | that was once heard on the banks of the Jordan River: "You 303 1,14 | Son -as he was thought to be-Son of the living God (confessed 304 4,53 | many of the sick can become bearers of the "joy inspired by 305 1,17 | the solemn proclamation of beatification and canonization of lay 306 1,17 | might propose them to be beatified and canonized"(47).~At the 307 Intro,6| peace in justice. The gospel beatitude: "Blessed are the peacemakers" ( 308 1,16 | Christ, in embracing the Beatitudes, in listening and meditating 309 4,56 | can conclude by reading a beautiful passage taken from Saint 310 | became 311 3,34 | impassioned cry with which I began my pastoral ministry: "Do 312 3,32 | At this point communion begets communion: essentially it 313 | begin 314 3,38 | the cure of disease in its beginnings, refusing on the contrary-even 315 5,60 | virtues related to social behaviour, namely, honesty, a spirit 316 1,17 | Saints". The eyes of faith behold a wonderful scene: that 317 4,46 | the future in the youth, beholding in them a reflection of 318 4,49 | history. In fact, for the believer the Gospel, namely, the 319 1,14 | in Old Testament times it belonged only to two persons. Clearly 320 3,40 | society redounds to the benefit of the person. For this 321 2,24 | and we are aware of the benefits which flow from charisms 322 | beside 323 3,43 | bestowed and continues to bestow. Humanity has in its possession 324 2,24 | The Holy Spirit, while bestowing diverse ministries in Church 325 2,20 | the works of service, he bestows upon her varied hierarchical 326 4,48 | specific and basic way.~The Bible delights in presenting the 327 2,26 | ordained men or are too big geographically or because 328 1,12 | mystical communion that binds the Father to the Son and 329 3,38 | posed by new problems in bioethics. The Synod Fathers used 330 4,47 | love. To them he gave his blessing, and, even more, to them 331 1,13 | recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those 332 3,42 | single nations or a single block of nations, to a consideration 333 Intro,6| categories, nations and blocks of nations. This opposition 334 4,55 | priceless buds of virginity blossoming forth, widowhood stands 335 4,55 | forth, widowhood stands out boldly as the forest in the plain; 336 1,14 | hardships of life if patiently borne-all of these become spiritual 337 Intro,4| use of a liberty without bounds, individuals cut the religious 338 1,11 | Baptism, the apostle Peter breaks out into song: "Blessed 339 4,48 | moment at which the last breath is taken"(175).~ 340 2,24 | of the Holy Spirit, who breathes where he will, is not always 341 2,25 | decision-making - if applied in a broad and determined manner(87).~ 342 2,25 | faithful in these Councils can broaden resources in consultation 343 4,51 | more strongly fostered. In broader terms, this should be applied 344 1,11 | adoption (cf. Gal 4:4-7) and a brother or sister of Christ. In 345 3,40 | one another in a spirit of brotherhood"(144). Thus society as a 346 2,26 | humble charity of good and brotherly works"(98).~The Synod Fathers 347 4,55 | there are the priceless buds of virginity blossoming 348 Intro,6| history, humanity is daily buffeted by conflict. This is a phenomenon 349 2,24 | grace' (1 Pt 4:10), and build up thereby the whole body 350 1,17 | are the humble yet great builders of the Kingdom of God in 351 4,52 | The Christian family also builds up the Kingdom of God in 352 3,42 | state and undertake the burdens of this task"(150).~Public 353 3,41 | functionalism, an overgrown bureaucracy, unjust private interests 354 4,49 | 23:49), assisted at the burial of Christ (cf. Lk 23:55) 355 2,23 | are often repressed and buried, the more these realities 356 3,44 | truth and well-being that burn in people's hearts. For 357 5,57 | thrown into the fire and burned" (Jn 15:6).~In this dialogue 358 1,17 | people, both women and men, busy at work in their daily life 359 4,49 | a thing, as an object to buy and sell, as an instrument 360 4,45 | according to the diversity of callings and situations, charisms 361 4,54 | spirit beneath the Cross of Calvary all suffering people who 362 3,40 | human egoism, the anti-birth campaign, totalitarian politics, 363 3,42 | terrorism, concentration camps, militarization of public 364 3,36 | the Church believes she càn contribute much to make 365 5,58 | addressed to the servants at Cana: "Do whatever he tells you" ( 366 5,61 | have invited priests and candidates for Orders to "be prepared 367 1,17 | proclamation of beatification and canonization of lay men and women which 368 1,17 | them to be beatified and canonized"(47).~At the end of these 369 2,22 | acting in persona Christi Capitis (in the person of Christ, 370 1,13 | me to proclaim release to captives and recovering of sight 371 5,61 | he encircled him, he cared for him, he kept him as 372 3,42 | responsibilities. Charges of careerism, idolatry of power, egoism 373 4,45 | natural gifts, as well as to careers and conditions affecting 374 5,61 | for Orders to "be prepared carefully so that they are ready to 375 1,14 | of the Virgin Mary, the carpenter's Son -as he was thought 376 2,29 | in the Church'smission of carrying forth the Gospel of Christ, 377 5,61 | spreading out its wings, catching them, bearing them on its 378 2,19 | to the paragraph in the Catechism that speaks of the sanctorum 379 5,61 | catechesis in the form of a catechumenate can also be helpful by presenting 380 1,17 | lay faithful, the Council categorically affirms: "Neither family 381 Intro,6| opposition of persons, groups, categories, nations and blocks of nations. 382 2,31 | which there is a majority of Catholics, and determining those cases 383 Intro,7| delay and contradiction caused by the limits of human nature, 384 4,46 | They are greatly moved by causes that relate to the quality 385 4,56 | activity. All should not cease to develop earnestly the 386 3,44 | perpetual threat. She never ceases to purify and to elevate 387 2,26 | community properly suited for celebrating the Eucharist, the living 388 4,56 | married and familylife, celibacy, widowhood), from one's 389 1,15 | themselves in marriage or the celibate life, in a family, in a 390 4,54 | sense of human suffering, "censors" all talk on such a hard 391 5,64 | salvation, especially, by centering on the specific place and 392 2,31 | to Paul', or 'I belong to Cephas', or 'I belong to Christ!' 393 3,37 | number or simply a link in a chain, nor even less, an impersonal 394 3,38 | In view of the moral challenges presented by enormous new 395 3,38 | authority, no State, can change-let alone eliminate-them because 396 4,50 | maintains that beneath all changes there are many realities 397 Intro,3| indeed great and rapidly changing. For this reason it is all 398 2,26 | be found in crowded and chaotic modern sections of cities. 399 2,20 | and the same time it is characterized by a diversity and a complementarity 400 4,55 | from the state of life that characterizes the clergy, men and women 401 3,42 | tasks and responsibilities. Charges of careerism, idolatry of 402 3,40 | has formulated with the "Charter of Rights for the Family", 403 3,32 | disciples: "You did not choose me, but I chose you and 404 2,23 | which ought to be used in choosing those destined for each 405 2,19 | themselves -and first of all with Christ-are not those of "flesh and 406 2,22 | Church, acting in persona Christi Capitis (in the person of 407 Intro,1| Christ's Faithful People (Christifideles Laici), whose "Vocation 408 3,37 | continue to be reminded each Christmas(136).~ 409 1,14 | anointed" and in him are "christs", that is, "anointed ones", 410 2,23 | situations of emergency and chronic necessity(72).~Following 411 Intro,2| post-conciliar, at least chronologically: to these the Synod Fathers 412 2,21 | participation in the life of Church-Communion.~Ministries, Offices and 413 3,38 | the help of the universal Church-take up the task of calling culture 414 5,64 | wonderful, is entrusted to the Church-that of a re-evangelization, 415 3,44 | professional people of the press, cinema, radio, television and theatre. 416 2,28 | substitute. Regardless of circumstance, all lay persons (including 417 2,29 | already existing"(107). A citation from the recently published 418 3,44 | particularly significant citations from Paul VI's Exhortation 419 4,49 | letters the Apostle Paul even cites by name a great number of 420 3,40 | experience testifies, whole civilizations and the cohesiveness of 421 3,42 | particularly significant: "The Ckurch regards as worthy of praise 422 3,41 | undertakings of others, she claims works of charity as her 423 4,50 | able to help gather and clarify the values and requirements 424 4,50 | femininity with the intent of clarifying woman's personal identity 425 3,42 | parliaments, the ruling classes, or political parties, as 426 2,24 | The description and the classification given to these gifts in 427 1,9 | 15; 2 Cor 5:17), washed clean from sin and brought to 428 1,8 | fertile hill. He dug it and cleared it of stones and planted 429 2,19 | Council to bring about a clearer understanding of the Church 430 4,56 | maintaining one's lay or clerical state(204). In this regard 431 2,23 | the tendency towards a "clericalization" of the lay faithful and 432 3,33 | of heart and life and a clinging to Jesus Christ as Lord 433 2,25 | sector of society to remain closed in upon itself. Thus they 434 Intro,2| the lay faithful to come closer to him every day, and with 435 3,39 | element for peaceful human coexistence ... The civil and social 436 3,34 | and consumerism, even if coexistent with a tragic situation 437 Intro,2| meant to be a faithful and coherent expression of it, a fruit 438 3,32 | mystical force for internal cohesion and external growth. The 439 3,40 | whole civilizations and the cohesiveness of peoples depend above 440 2,27 | the lay faithful ought to collaborate in every apostolic and missionary 441 2,25 | consultation and the principle of collaboration-and in certain instances also 442 5,61 | Collaborators with God the Teacher ~61. 443 2,28 | neighbors, friends, and colleagues, opening them to a full 444 3,44 | both the personal and collective consciences of people, the 445 3,37 | anonymity that comes from collectivity, institutions, structures 446 Intro,2| expression of it, a fruit of collegiality. As such, the Council of 447 1,14 | above all in the spiritual combat in which they seek to overcome 448 3,44 | culture of fallen humanity; it combats and removes the error and 449 4,51 | the lay faithful by their combined efforts remedy the institutions 450 3,35 | 16:3 ff), are offering a comforting testimony of impassioned 451 4,56 | fulfill it: "In creation God commanded the plants to bring forth 452 4,45 | five (cf. Mt 20:1 ff.). In commenting on these words of the gospel, 453 3,43 | look again at systems of commerce, finance and exchange of 454 3,37 | still more to the one who commits the injustice.~Just as personal 455 4,50 | deeper study"(184).~Through committing herself to a reflection 456 3,39 | life-choice, individual and communal, that flows from that faith. 457 4,51 | relations of interpersonal communion-precisely as a result of the intelligent, 458 2,19 | speaks of the sanctorum communionem, 'the Communion of Saints'. 459 4,45 | life: "It is possible to compare the different hours", he 460 2,31 | for all the world and a compelling force that will lead persons 461 2,31 | be put aside and that the competition be in outdoing one another 462 2,20 | They are treasures that complement one another for the good 463 4,49 | taken by all to overcome completely these forms of discrimination 464 4,50 | salvation, and was brought to completion in "the fullness of time", 465 2,23 | activity is the vast and complicated world of politics, society 466 4,54 | which must involve all components of the ecclesial community 467 5,62 | community" which is together comprised of parents, teachers, clergy, 468 3,42 | face of all that denies and compromises peace, namely, violence 469 3,33 | of the Church, then, is concentrated and manifested in evangelization. 470 3,38 | phase of development, from conception until natural death; and 471 2,29 | derived from any kind of "concession" by authority, but flows 472 2,19 | fundamental concept in the conciliar documents. Koinonia-communion, 473 4,56 | themselves"(205).~We can conclude by reading a beautiful passage 474 2,23 | lay faithful.~While the conclusions of the Commission's study 475 Intro,2| at an opportune time, a conclusive papal document on the topic 476 1,16 | Peter "to be holy in all conduct" (1 Pt 1:15). The 1985 Extraordinary 477 2,23 | over liturgical prayers, to confer Baptism, and to distribute 478 2,25 | ecclesiastical province or Episcopal Conference.~Episcopal Conferences are 479 2,25 | Episcopal Conference.~Episcopal Conferences are called to evaluate the 480 1,16 | testimony of the dignity conferred on a disciple of Christ.~ 481 2,23 | in acknowledging and in conferring various ministries, offices 482 5,58 | Great says: "The one who confers the dignity will give the 483 1,14 | be-Son of the living God (confessed by Peter), has come to make 484 3,33 | precisely, into a community that confesses the faith in full adherence 485 1,17 | in the Lord's vineyard. Confident and steadfast through the 486 3,34 | to his saving power the confines of states, and systems political 487 5,61 | he has the ministry of "confirming his brothers in the faith", 488 3,37 | for the tensions and the conflicts that can be generated in 489 2,29 | Church's history as various confraternities, third orders and sodalities 490 4,49 | the Synod Fathers, when confronted with the various forms of 491 2,24 | and how it can disturb and confuse the life of the faithful 492 4,51 | Vatican Council seems to connect the moral dimension of culture 493 Intro,3| vineyard, to take an active, conscientious and responsible part in 494 1,14 | is holy, the lay faithful consecrate the world itself to God"( 495 4,52 | Sacrament of Matrimony, which consecrates this relation in its conjugal 496 4,46 | quality of life and the conservation of nature. But they are 497 2,26 | expression of liturgical life; to conserve and renew the faith in the 498 3,34 | Christian religion are still conserved; but today this moral and 499 4,49 | and accomplished tasks of considerable value on her behalf. History 500 3,43 | industrialization-three considerations which alert our consciences 501 1,11 | rebirth, a regeneration.~In considering this aspect of the gift 502 5,64 | faithful might very well consist in this call of the Lord


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