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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
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503 4,53 | its healing love and the consolation of Jesus Christ has reenacted 504 3,35 | Church that only a truly consolidated effort to assume responsibility 505 1,13 | cf. 2 Cor 1:21-22), and constituting each as a spiritual temple, 506 3,39 | individual's relation to God is a constitutive element of the very "being" 507 Intro,6| the futile experience of constructing the "Tower of Babel" (cf. 508 4,47 | referred to the beneficial and constructive affects for the family, " 509 4,53 | pushed to the edges of our consumer society; you who are sick, 510 3,34 | economic well-being and consumerism, even if coexistent with 511 3,37 | forfeit his life?" (Mk 8:36) contain an enlightening and stirring 512 4,52 | proclaim the message of hope contained in the relation between 513 2,19 | Council II has invited us to contemplate the mystery of the Church 514 2,30 | appreciation for prayer, contemplation, liturgical and sacramental 515 4,56 | Philothea, that a purely contemplative, monastic and religious 516 4,50 | discover all its richness of content-a richness that "from the 517 3,43 | desire to again refer its contents to all, in particular, to 518 3,42 | consideration on a properly continental and world level.~The fruit 519 Intro,7| every difficulty, delay and contradiction caused by the limits of 520 Intro,2| document is not something in contradistinction to the Synod, but is meant 521 3,38 | beginnings, refusing on the contrary-even for the dignity of research 522 3,44 | models of life, which are in contrast with the Word of God and 523 Intro,2| Secretariat itself have contributed to its final form.~This 524 3,36 | human"(134).~In this work of contributing to the human family, for 525 4,51 | irreplaceable and customary contributions.~In particular, two great 526 5,57 | faithful and religious) converge on this goal"(209).~ 527 2,29 | all-inclusive and profound convergence when viewed from the perspective 528 3,44 | evangelizes when she seeks to convert, solely through the divine 529 5,63 | the work of formation some convictions reveal themselves as particularly 530 3,34 | into a most shining and convincing testimony, where, not fear 531 Intro,6| thus in itself dramatically convulsed and wounded.~On the other 532 5,61 | the Spirit and actively cooperates towards that end. With this 533 4,51 | ought to be recognized as cooperators in the mission of the church 534 3 | FORTH AND BEAR FRUIT~The Coresponsibility of the Lay Faithful in the 535 2,21 | individual way, active and coresponsible.~We now turn our thoughts 536 1,11 | reminds the Christians of Corinth of this fact: "For by one 537 2,21 | his First Letter to the Corinthians he writes: "And God has 538 1,13 | founded on Christ, the "corner stone", and destined to " 539 3,39 | dignity of every person, is a cornerstone of the structure of human 540 3,41 | traditional spiritual and corporal works of mercy, represent 541 5,62 | done by the faithful be correct from the standpoint of service 542 3,44 | evangelization of culture, or more correctly of cultures"(165).~The privileged 543 2,26 | grace of the Gospel and to correspond to the various circumstances 544 2,29 | from various sources and corresponds to different demands. In 545 3,42 | idolatry of power, egoism and corruption that are oftentimes directed 546 3,42 | increasing power at any cost.~The lay faithful given 547 4,56 | professing the evangelical counsels of poverty, chastity and 548 5,59 | daily lives deserves to be counted among the more serious errors 549 1,17 | wonderful scene: that of a countless number of lay people, both 550 3,35 | Even Christian married couples, in imitation of Aquila 551 3,44 | occurs through a firm and courageous rejection of every form 552 5,63 | developed through appropriate courses or suitable schools. Forming 553 4,56 | shop of the mechanic, the court of princes, or the home 554 5,60 | spirit of justice, sincerity, courtesy, moral courage; without 555 2,22 | of the People of the New Covenant and origin of the Hierarchy ( 556 3,40 | cell of society. It is the cradle of life and love, the place 557 1,15 | the life of an ordinary craftsman of his own time and place"( 558 2,23 | faithful and the risk of creating, in reality, an ecclesial 559 Intro,5| development, in some ways to be creators of a new, more humane culture, 560 4,54 | of this good news gains credibility when it is not simply voiced 561 2,28 | which we profess in the Creed. The good of all becomes 562 3,37 | dignity of the human being cries out in vengeance to God 563 3,38 | and the like are certainly criminal: they poison human society; 564 3,44 | purification of the elements that critically burden existing culture, 565 3,42 | make "virtuous" or "above criticism" the activity of persons 566 4,54 | we pause beside all the crosses of contemporary man and 567 2,26 | almost not to be found in crowded and chaotic modern sections 568 4,50 | questions, oftentimes so crucial, on the "place" that women 569 2,27 | desire to experience and cultivate caring and personal relationships. 570 3,43 | the created world and "cultivating the garden" of the world. 571 5,60 | lay faithful"(215).~The cultivation of human values finds a 572 3,38 | to work, to family, to culture- is false and illusory if 573 5,59 | of truth in the area of culture-are the occasions ordained by 574 3,38 | defence of life and the cure of disease in its beginnings, 575 4,51 | their irreplaceable and customary contributions.~In particular, 576 Intro,4| without bounds, individuals cut the religious roots that 577 2,18 | celebrated words of Saint Cyprian: "The Church shines forth 578 3,42 | politics is an absolute moral danger, does not in the least justify 579 3,40 | uninterest and indifference, dare to take over the role in 580 1,14 | him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light" ( 581 1,14 | Augustine offers for Psalm 26:"David was anointed king. In those 582 4,45 | during the day: some at dawn, others about nine in the 583 4,56 | taken from Saint Francis de Sales, who promoted lay 584 Intro,4| recalled the phenomenon of de-Christianization that strikes long-standing 585 2,27 | elements of disintegration and de-humanization. The individual is lost 586 4,51 | the inevitable risk of "de-humanizing" human life, above all when 587 Intro,7| of us, Pastors, priests, deacons, religious and lay faithful. 588 Intro,2| over your manner of life, dear people, and make sure that 589 5,64 | Rome, in St. Peter's, on 30 December, the Feast of the Holy Family 590 4,46 | are troubled by anxiety, deceptions, anguishes and fears of 591 1,9 | Instead it opened itself to a decidedly positive vision and displayed 592 4,51 | but also involves a real decision and obligation to employ 593 2,25 | certain instances also in decision-making - if applied in a broad 594 4,51 | the process of coming to decisions"(192).And again: "Women, 595 3,40 | be more opportunely and decisively realized as the threats 596 1,14 | own people, that you may declare the wonderful deeds of him 597 3,34 | upsetting when compared with declared atheism. Sometimes the Christian 598 4,45 | youthful vitality begins to decline. The eleventh hour represents 599 2,25 | constantly foster"-we read in the Decree on the Apostolate of Lay 600 5,59 | unity of life by forcefully decrying the grave consequences in 601 5,62 | perceive all the beauty of dedicating their energies to the service 602 1,14 | may declare the wonderful deeds of him who called you out 603 4,46 | satisfying response to the most deep-seated aspirations of young people, 604 5,63 | feel the need to pursue and deepen our formation, still more 605 4,49 | has increased and been deepened in the years following the 606 3,42 | of education intended to defeat the ruling culture of egoism, 607 Intro,3| its unrest and hopes, its defeats and triumphs: a world whose 608 4,49 | affirmed the urgency to defend and to promote the personal 609 3,38 | personal rights, is not defended with maximum determination.~ 610 1,17 | reflections intended to define the lay faithful's position 611 2,30 | necessity of having clear and definite criteria for discerning 612 1,9 | pointed to the need for a definition of the lay faithful's vocation 613 4,51 | responsible for the moral degradation of the person, the environment 614 3,37 | unfortunately continue to divide and degrade the human family, from those 615 3,34 | stated by all in varying degrees-to the problems and hopes that 616 Intro,7| Despite every difficulty, delay and contradiction caused 617 4,49 | destroy that unjust and deleterious mentality which considers 618 4,51 | the lay faithful with its deliberate and repeated use of the 619 4,48 | and basic way.~The Bible delights in presenting the older 620 1,16 | Spouse of the Lord Jesus, who delivered himself up for her sanctification ( 621 3,34 | people to an inconsolable delusion or to the temptation of 622 5,64 | responsibilities, as well as a more demonstrable and decisive collaboration 623 Intro,1| with the labourers for a denarius a day, he sent them into 624 3,39 | who are violently being denied their basic rights. Those 625 3,42 | in the face of all that denies and compromises peace, namely, 626 1,14 | courageously identify and denounce evil. United to Christ, 627 3,39 | different "Worlds" were openly denounced in the recent Encyclical 628 5,61 | transmitted by the various departments of the Holy See call for 629 3,40 | cohesiveness of peoples depend above all on the human quality 630 2,31 | spoken in this regard: "Depending on its various forms and 631 3,38 | arbitrary imprisonment, deportation, slavery, prostitution, 632 2,23 | immediately from the official deputation given by the Pastors, as 633 1,9 | true vine, and from him derive their life and fruitfulness.~ 634 4,45 | because the sun starts its descent from the height of heaven, 635 1,8 | the image of the vine to describe the chosen people. Israel 636 1,15 | In fact the Council, in describing the lay faithful's situation 637 5,61 | Moses: "He found him in a desert land / and in the howling 638 5,59 | profess and their daily lives deserves to be counted among the 639 1,15 | theirs. Such a manner is designated with the expression "secular 640 3,34 | doubts they are led into despair. Therefore-with humility 641 4,49 | various surroundings, to destroy that unjust and deleterious 642 4,49 | the Church at its origin detached herself from the culture 643 2,30 | spiritual works; the spirit of detachment and evangelical poverty 644 1,17 | therefore an element which determines their dignity. At the same 645 5,61 | no foreign God with him" (Deut 32:10-12; cf. 8:5).~God' 646 Intro,5| no matter how often it is devalued and violated because it 647 3,34 | the practice of religion devoid of true meaning in the face 648 4,56 | heresy, to try to banish the devout life from the regiment of 649 2,22 | in Sacred Scripture as "diakonia", namely, service or ministry. 650 3,42 | as citizens guided by the dictates of a Christian conscience, 651 1,9 | Jn 3:5). In Christ who died and rose from the dead, 652 2,27 | together the many human differences found within its boundaries 653 Intro,7| her mission.~Despite every difficulty, delay and contradiction 654 4,50 | Apostolic Letter Mulieris Dignitatem, in particular, as a biblical 655 5,57 | bearing much fruit.~As a diligent vinedresser, the Father 656 2,19 | communion with its inseparable dimensions: the communion of each Christian 657 4,54 | spirit"(201), must never diminish but always must come to 658 Intro,5| where the human person is diminished and annihilated; other forms 659 5,61 | and in allowing a more direct and concrete perception 660 5,60 | for judging and practical directives (cf. Congregation for the 661 4,53 | who are sick, people with disabilities, the poor and hungry, migrants 662 5,60 | conditions of life, they do not disassociate union with Christ from that 663 3,44 | development of a culture becomes disassociated not only from Christian 664 4,46 | exalted personal call to discipleship ("Come and follow me." Mk 665 2,28 | riches are waiting to be discovered through an intensification 666 5,59 | Integrated Life ~59. In discovering and living their proper 667 4,49 | Consortio concerning the many discriminations of which women are the victims: " 668 3,38 | of life and the cure of disease in its beginnings, refusing 669 3,41 | all-too-easy and generalized disengagement from a sense of duty.~Precisely 670 3,42 | such as the recourse to disloyalty and to falsehood, the waste 671 2,27 | The individual is lost and disoriented, but there always remains 672 2,24 | For this reason no charism dispenses a person from reference 673 4,53 | soul's serenity is far from dispensing a person from working in 674 3,34 | patrimony runs the risk of being dispersed under the impact of a multiplicity 675 3,43 | use and misuse', or to dispose of things as one pleases. 676 3,33 | as Lord and Saviour; to disposing a person to receive Baptism 677 2,23 | dimension which is often disregarded"(76).~In the course of Synod 678 2,31 | agree and that there be no dissensions among you, but that you 679 4,53 | wearies the body's members and dissipates the soul's serenity is far 680 3,35 | world where the lessening of distance makes the world increasingly 681 Intro,2| Mt 20:3-4).~From that distant day the call of the Lord 682 1,15 | newness in Christian life and distinguished by their secular character( 683 2,20 | in the Church, that what distinguishes persons is not an increase 684 2,18 | After having described the distinguishing features of the lay faithful 685 3,42 | vague compassion or shallow distress at the misfortunes of so 686 2,23 | to confer Baptism, and to distribute Holy Communion in accord 687 2,20 | necessities of service, distributes his different gifts for 688 2,24 | power of sin and how it can disturb and confuse the life of 689 3,37 | unfortunately continue to divide and degrade the human family, 690 2,31 | belong to Christ!' Is Christ divided?" (1 Cor 1: 12-13). No, 691 2,31 | overcoming each temptation to division and opposition that works 692 1,9 | in light of both recent documentation from the Magisterium and 693 4,54 | Apostolic Letter, Salvifici Doloris, from which I am pleased 694 4,53 | Apostolic Letter Salvifici Doloris-"Born in the mystery of Redemption 695 3,43 | God himself the task of "dominating" the created world and " 696 2,19 | Sacraments. Baptism is the door and the foundation of communion 697 2,19 | Communion' speaks of a double, lifegiving participation: 698 3,34 | life on earth. Invaded by doubts they are led into despair. 699 3,44 | culture is without a doubt the drama of our time, just as it 700 Intro,6| family is thus in itself dramatically convulsed and wounded.~On 701 2,31 | and, at the same time, of drawing up, together with the Pontifical 702 3,40 | these very springs of life dry up. Furthermore, ideologies 703 2,20 | Council writes: "The Spirit dwells in the Church and in the 704 Intro,4| life, to suffering and to dying-they are unable to avoid making 705 4,55 | mystery of communion" and are dynamically coordinated in its unique 706 2,26 | circumstances of some Christians (e.g. exiles and migrants). So 707 3,33 | their community, they are eager to do their share in apostolic 708 Intro,2| they should respond to it eagerly and magnanimously. The Lord 709 5,61 | apple of his eye. / Like an eagle that stirs up its nest, 710 4,49 | communities"(181).~Both in her earliest days and in her successive 711 3,39 | vine bears witness to its earnestness in the faith, as expressed 712 2,25 | of mutual bonds, and the ease of communication no longer 713 5,62 | recognition of its riches easier (cf. Congregation for Catholic 714 4,49 | message of resurrection on Easter morn (cf. Lk 24:1-10), and 715 3,43 | the prohibition not to 'eat of the fruit of the tree' ( 716 1,15 | specific way, a theological and ecclesiological reality as well. In fact, 717 1,12 | find again the faithful echo of the teaching of Jesus 718 2,20 | can hear his rich teaching echoed in the following synthesis 719 3,43 | acute way, the so-called "ecological" question poses itself in 720 3,43 | taking place in the world of economy and work which are a cause 721 2,31 | approval might be given to ecumenical associations in which there 722 4,53 | abandoned and pushed to the edges of our consumer society; 723 3,34 | has to being instructed, educated and supported in the faith 724 5,61 | the Father who loves and educates his children. Yes, God is 725 3,44 | culture, that is, the world of education-school and university-in places 726 4,51 | but also in the various educational environments, is to be more 727 2,26 | territory, cannot do their work effectively because they lack material 728 3,38 | human life concrete and efficacious.~The enormous development 729 4,52 | major source of meaning and efficacy in the pastoral action of 730 3,42 | necessary competence and efficiency, can make "virtuous" or " 731 3,33 | goods of the Church more efficient"(122).~The entire mission 732 | either 733 3,44 | ceases to purify and to elevate the morality of peoples... 734 3,38 | State, can change-let alone eliminate-them because such rights find 735 3,34 | or to the temptation of eliminating the truly humanizing dimension 736 4,47 | Kingdom of God. They are the eloquent symbol and exalted image 737 | elsewhere 738 2,30 | expressed in loyal readiness to embrace the doctrinal teachings 739 3,42 | arrangement. The common good embraces the sum total of all those 740 Intro,3| highlight some trends that are emerging in present-day society. 741 5,64 | of the Spirit. With deep emotion and gratitude, we again 742 4,49 | different ways and with diverse emphases, has always known women 743 4,49 | and mission of the Church, emphasis should be placed on what 744 1,14 | ministry, my aim was to emphasize forcefully the priestly, 745 1,8 | From this perspective which emphasizes the Church's internal nature, 746 4,56 | Christians to holiness while emphasizing the specific form with which 747 4,56 | members of the Church are employed as labourers in the vineyard 748 2,31 | associations and the process of employing new forms, cannot renounce 749 4,56 | adapted to the strength, the employment, and the duties of each 750 Intro,7| the forces that humanity employs for communion and participation 751 5,60 | faith's dynamism but also in enabling them to "give a reason for 752 5,61 | of the wilderness; / he encircled him, he cared for him, he 753 4,48 | because of difficulties encountered in a world of one novelty 754 4,46 | people are and ought to be encouraged to be active on behalf of 755 2,25 | The same Council strongly encourages the lay faithful actively 756 3,38 | new technological power, endangering not only fundamental human 757 5,64 | take up anew the missionary endeavour. A great venture, both challenging 758 3,44 | diverse spiritual and physical endowments. It means the efforts of 759 3,32 | preach the Gospel "to the ends of the earth" (Acts 1:8). 760 Intro,5| exceedingly great capacity for endurance and to the clear injustice 761 2,19 | Churches, and this teaching endures to the present day. Much 762 4,50 | requirements that belong to the enduring essential aspects of women 763 5,62 | whom the new commandment is enfleshed. The simultaneous presence 764 3,34 | questions and formidable enigmas posed by these situations, 765 3,39 | sisters that still do not enjoy such a right and have to 766 4,50 | foundations of women ought to enlighten and guide the Christian 767 3,42 | the life of the Church and enlightened by her social doctrine. 768 3,43 | hands at Nazareth greatly ennobled the dignity of work"(160).~ 769 Intro,6| again, but with proportions enormously widespread, diverse sectors 770 3,44 | every effort must be made to ensure a full evangelization of 771 4,47 | conditions that are essential for entering into the Kingdom of God 772 5,64 | hearts~with a gratitude and enthusiasm~for this vocation and mission.~~ 773 5,59 | not fully embraced, not entirely thought out, not faithfully 774 3,38 | authority. The human being is entitled to such rights, in every 775 4,49 | proper dignity and their entrance into public life as signs 776 3,43 | to raise up new forms of entrepreneurship and to look again at systems 777 1,15 | not simply an external and environmental framework, but as a reality 778 2,25 | provincial or plenary, is envisioned by the Code of Canon Law( 779 2,21 | 28). In his Letter to the Ephesians we read: "But the grace 780 4,50 | Both women and men ... are equally capable of receiving the 781 2,23 | the confusion and the equating of the common priesthood 782 2,21 | pastors and teachers, to equip the saints for the work 783 1,14 | supernatural faith, that "cannot err in matters of belief"(25) 784 5,59 | counted among the more serious errors of our age"(212).~Therefore, 785 4,55 | state bears witness to the eschatological character of the Church, 786 5,64 | Lord which he addresses to eueryone, yet, in a particular way 787 3,38 | murder, genocide, abortion, euthanasia and willful suicide; all 788 2,25 | Conferences are called to evaluate the most oportune way of 789 2,21 | apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, some pastors and teachers, 790 3,44 | recollection here: "The Church evangelizes when she seeks to convert, 791 Intro,4| How can one not notice the ever-growing existence of religious indifference 792 3,43 | work"(160).~Today in an ever-increasingly acute way, the so-called " 793 3,33 | its vital value and its ever-pressing obligation. Nevertheless, 794 3,44 | preaching the Gospel in ever-wider geographic areas or to ever-greater 795 4,49 | cf. Acts 1:14).~From the evidence of the Gospel, the Church 796 Intro,6| phenomenon that is quite evident in present-day humanity: 797 2,27 | important affirmation, which evidently must be interpreted in light 798 5,64 | of the many dangers~and evils which threaten~to overpower 799 3,44 | human family and of social evolution. In light of the Council, 800 4,50 | women and those bound to evolve in history. The Second Vatican 801 4,48 | in society (cf. Ps 44: 2; Ex 12:26-27), the teacher of 802 5,60 | indispensable that they have a more exact knowledge -and this demands 803 1,10 | Christian Life ~10. It is no exaggeration to say that the entire existence 804 Intro,5| forms of humanism, instead, exalt the individual in such a 805 2,27 | all of which need to be examined together and solved through 806 2,27 | The Council's mention of examining and solving pastoral problems " 807 3,39 | which is expressed in an excellent way in martyrdom"(143).~ 808 | except 809 4,49 | all human beings without exception may be fully respected"( 810 4,52 | expressing the fear that excessive insistence given to the 811 1,17 | secular affairs should be excluded from their religious programme 812 4,53 | institutions is total and exclusive. It is to just such people-doctors, 813 1,14 | tradition of the Church, as exemplified in the explanation which 814 5,60 | matters, it is not enough to exhort them. They must be offered 815 5,59 | from culture: "The Council exhorts Christians, as citizens 816 2,26 | of some Christians (e.g. exiles and migrants). So that all 817 2,23 | the past these ministries existed in the Latin Church only 818 Intro,4| serious questions of human existence-particularly questions related to the 819 4,49 | continue, indeed that it be expanded and intensified in the face 820 4,48 | that the Church calls and expects them to continue to exercise 821 2,23 | Matrimony.~When necessity and expediency in the Church require it, 822 3,35 | While pointing out and experiencing the present urgency for 823 1,14 | Church, as exemplified in the explanation which St. Augustine offers 824 4,50 | and loving plan must be explored to discover all its richness 825 3,34 | remaining without responses, expose contemporary people to an 826 Intro,5| 26), the human being is exposed to more humiliating and 827 4,52 | raised in the Synod Hall expressing the fear that excessive 828 2,26 | these communities are true expressions of ecclesial communion and 829 2,25 | boundaries but strive to extend it to interparochial, interdiocesan, 830 1,17 | of salvation is further extended to every person, of every 831 3,44 | this work of defence. It extends to everyone in the world 832 1,12 | presenting it as an image and extension of that mystical communion 833 5,62 | context which is marked by an extensively deep cultural involvement, 834 3,34 | maintaining some of the externals of its tradition and rituals, 835 2,24 | it belongs, not indeed to extinguish the Spirit, but to test 836 Intro,4| are not able to be totally extinguished. When persons in conscience 837 1,8 | reason of abundant water" (Ez 19:10); "My beloved had 838 2,31 | Pastors of the Church even if faced with possible and understandable 839 2,23 | Pastors guard against a facile yet abusive recourse to 840 2,31 | competent Church authority to facilitate their growth on both the 841 3,39 | reason an irreplaceable factor in the good of individuals 842 Intro,2| services and tasks that some fail to become actively engaged 843 Intro,2| into my vineyard too" never fails to resound in the course 844 4,55 | women religious, the lay faithful-are labourers in the vineyard. 845 2,31 | of service through their faithfulness and good works to promote 846 2 | Participation of the Lay Faithtul in the Life of Church as 847 3,36 | responsible, a particular place falls to the lay faithful, by 848 3,42 | recourse to disloyalty and to falsehood, the waste of public funds 849 3,38 | operations that result in falsifying the genetic patrimony of 850 3,35 | laypersons who are ready to leave familiar surroundings, their work, 851 4,52 | and between members of the family-a love lived out in all its 852 4,56 | state in life (married and familylife, celibacy, widowhood), from 853 2,31 | collaboration, with patience, far-sightedness, and readiness to sacrifice 854 Intro,3| grain grew together in the farmer's field. The same is true 855 Intro,4| development and above all, fascinated by a very old and yet new 856 3,36 | has united himself in some fashion to every person"(132).~For 857 2,24 | test all things and hold fast to what is good (cf. 1 Thess 858 4,48 | as passive objects in a fast-paced world, but as participants 859 Intro,6| initiatives, but manifested in the fatal opposition of persons, groups, 860 4,51 | Man himself-husband and father-can be helped to overcome forms 861 5,61 | intimately connected with fatherhood and motherhood, so Christian 862 3,40 | to others: "God, who has fatherly concern for everyone has 863 4,51 | norms of justice, and may favor the practice of virtue rather 864 4,46 | courage, will provide a favorable setting for the meeting 865 2,25 | sense, the recent Synod has favored the creation of Diocesan 866 4,46 | deceptions, anguishes and fears of the world as well as 867 2,28 | the only one available and feasible"(104).~In the apostolate 868 5,64 | Peter's, on 30 December, the Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, 869 3,32 | people. Thus the Church feels she owes to each individual 870 1,8 | had a vineyard on a very fertile hill. He dug it and cleared 871 5,58 | Word of God and the Church, fervent and constant prayer, recourse 872 3,43 | growing unemployment; to fight for the most opportune overcoming 873 1,8 | mystery of the vine: it is the figure and symbol not only of the 874 5,64 | Virgin of the Magnificat,~fill their hearts~with a gratitude 875 3,43 | at systems of commerce, finance and exchange of technology.~ 876 3,38 | absolute inviolability of God, fínds its primary and fundamental 877 4,49 | mission the Church must stand firmly against all forms of discrimination 878 1,11 | order that he might be the first-born among many brethren" (Rom 879 4,51 | let us make him a helper fit for him" (Gen 2:18). God 880 4,45 | three, the last, around five (cf. Mt 20:1 ff.). In commenting 881 5,64 | taking an active part to fix deeply in one's mind, heart 882 4,48 | never-to-return past or fleeing from present responsibility 883 2,26 | structures according to the full flexibility granted by canon law, especially 884 2,19 | There is the sheepfold, the flock, the vine, the spiritual 885 1,12 | Church", as the Council of Florence teaches(17).~Baptism symbolizes 886 1,15 | Because of the one dignity flowing from Baptism, each member 887 5,61 | stirs up its nest, that flutters over its young, spreading 888 5,58 | faithful and makes up the focal point of the whole work 889 4,56 | or the home of married folk. It is true, Philothea, 890 3,39 | fulfilment of each individual. It follows that the freedom of individuals 891 1,11 | waters of the Baptismal font, every Christian hears again 892 4,49 | 3), were present at the foot of the Cross (cf. Lk 23: 893 3,41 | institutions and public initiatives forced to give a response to the 894 4,46 | illustrated in Christ's forceful and exalted personal call 895 3,43 | responsibility of being in the forefront in working out a solution 896 5,61 | lead him, and there was no foreign God with him" (Deut 32:10- 897 1,11 | history: "For those whom he foreknew he also predestined to be 898 3,37 | people "are", first and foremost, rather than on what people " 899 4,55 | stands out boldly as the forest in the plain; elsewhere 900 3,37 | gain the whole world and to forfeit his life?" (Mk 8:36) contain 901 2,23 | supply takes its legitimacy formally and immediately from the 902 | formerly 903 3,34 | cases, the questions and formidable enigmas posed by these situations, 904 3,43 | The Second Vatican Council formulates in general terms the purpose 905 4,48 | not everyone has the good fortune to reach this stage in life, 906 2,30 | the lay faithful must be a forum where the faith is proclaimed 907 3,35 | undeniable element in the founding of Churches(128) is the 908 4,49 | witness of the Apostles founds the Church", stated Paul 909 2,27 | saying, to be the "village fountain" to which all would have 910 2,25 | come about from a kind of fragmentation of the universal Church, 911 2,29 | context of a pluralistic and fragmented society-the case in so many 912 4,56 | passage taken from Saint Francis de Sales, who promoted lay 913 5,61 | with God, in the life of fraternal charity, and in allowing 914 2,31 | form, the lay faithful may freely associate under the movement 915 4,53 | sickness is indeed the most frequent and common expression of 916 4,50 | Christian response to the most frequently asked questions, oftentimes 917 1,9 | find themselves on the front lines of the Church's life; 918 4,52 | totality, oneness, fidelity and fruitfulness-that the Christian family's participation 919 2,20 | common commitment to bring to fruition the immense treasure that 920 1,16 | holiness and the perfect fulfillment of their own state of life"( 921 4,51 | necessary of her personal fulfillment-on which so many justly insist 922 Intro,2| of the Church; and in the fuller and meaningful participation 923 3,42 | accomplish this requires a fullscale battle and a determination 924 3,41 | result of an impersonal functionalism, an overgrown bureaucracy, 925 2,20 | to that of a living and functioning body. In fact, at one and 926 3,42 | falsehood, the waste of public funds for the advantage of a few 927 Intro,6| omnipotence", renew the futile experience of constructing 928 3,37 | does it profit a man, to gain the whole world and to forfeit 929 4,54 | proclamation of this good news gains credibility when it is not 930 3,43 | world and "cultivating the garden" of the world. But this 931 4,49 | humanizing" social relations.~Gathering together the pronouncements 932 5,60 | instruction and in specialized gatherings, as well as in schools and 933 Intro,3| necessary to guard against generalizations and unwarranted simplifications. 934 3,41 | and an all-too-easy and generalized disengagement from a sense 935 2,27 | apostolate of the Pastors is generally unable to achieve its full 936 3,38 | individual and of human generative power(139).~The lay faithful, 937 3,38 | result in falsifying the genetic patrimony of the individual 938 3,38 | as every kind of murder, genocide, abortion, euthanasia and 939 4,56 | in different ways by the gentleman, the workman, the servant, 940 3,43 | and is enabled to exercise genuine charity and be a partner 941 2,24 | Judgment as to their (charisms) genuineness and proper use belongs to 942 2,26 | ordained men or are too big geographically or because of the particular 943 4,47 | and universal Church. John Gerson, a great theologian and 944 3,35 | Church today ought to take a giant step forward in her evangelization 945 3,38 | indifferent in the face of these gigantic strides accomplished by 946 Intro,2| that all lay people give a glad, generous, and prompt response 947 3,36 | totally consecrated to the glorification of the Father. However, 948 1,15 | world itself is destined to glorify God the Father in Christ. 949 1,12 | incorporation into the crucified and glorious body of Christ. Through 950 3,38 | wonderful gift of God's goodness. Against the pessimism and 951 2,23 | and suffering. The more Gospel-inspired lay people there are engaged 952 1,14 | humanity in an activity governed by the life of grace, they 953 3,42 | oftentimes directed at persons in government, parliaments, the ruling 954 2,24 | ordinary, the charisms are graces of the Holy Spirit that 955 5,58 | of us. Therefore, it is a gradual process; in a certain sense, 956 Intro,3| that the weeds and the good grain grew together in the farmer' 957 4,55 | the Church fills the great granary of the world with abundant 958 4,49 | behalf. History is marked by grand works, quite often lowly 959 4,55 | Jesus overflow with the grapes of a productive vine, enriches 960 5,61 | of allowing a person to grasp and live the immense, extraordinary 961 4,47 | merits, but in the absolute gratuitous gift of God. The life itself 962 1,8 | Holy Spirit are the gift gratuitously offered to all those who 963 4,49 | The dignity of women, gravely wounded in public esteem, 964 4,48 | are ever full of sap and green, to show that the Lord is 965 2,18 | priest welcomes all with the greeting of the Apostle Paul: "The 966 Intro,3| weeds and the good grain grew together in the farmer's 967 2,27 | have abandoned the faith or grown lax in the Christian life.~ 968 4,55 | and places, the permanent guarantee of the sacramental presence 969 Intro,3| each individual, and thus guides the mind towards solutions 970 3,41 | immediate, ordinary and habitual ways that lead to the Christian 971 1,15 | creator and redeemer, who has handed over the world to women 972 4,54 | person, the bearer of a handicap, or the suffering individual, 973 5,64 | magnanimity~you were the "handmaid of the Lord";~give us your 974 3,43 | Christ, whose labour with his hands at Nazareth greatly ennobled 975 3,43 | and the consequences of haphazard industrialization-three 976 5,61 | beauty of virtue"(217). This happened with Saint Paul, who was 977 5,64 | both women and men.~The happenings at the Synod have been a 978 1,14 | the Spirit, and even the hardships of life if patiently borne-all 979 3,38 | society; and they do more harm to those who practice them 980 4,54 | of their sufferings may hasten the fulfilment of the prayer 981 3,42 | ruling culture of egoism, hate, the vendetta and hostility, 982 3,38 | such as parents, teachers, healthworkers and the many who hold economic 983 3,38 | every condition, whether healthy or sick, whole or handicapped, 984 1,11 | Baptismal font, every Christian hears again the voice that was 985 5,63 | fear being pruned by the heavenly vinedresser can bear much 986 1,8 | planted a vineyard, and set a hedge around it, and dug a pit 987 4,51 | alone: let us make him a helper fit for him" (Gen 2:18). 988 5,64 | Enable us to do our part~in helping to establish on earth~the 989 4,55 | and wonderful variety of herbs, plants, flowers and fruits. 990 4,56 | is an error, or rather a heresy, to try to banish the devout 991 1,17 | holiness and new witnesses of heroic virtue lived in the ordinary 992 | hers 993 1,14 | in word and deed, without hesitating to courageously identify 994 5,60 | faithful) should also hold in high esteem professional skill, 995 Intro,3| is possible, however, to highlight some trends that are emerging 996 1,8 | vineyard on a very fertile hill. He dug it and cleared it 997 4,51 | experience of motherhood. Man himself-husband and father-can be helped 998 4,51 | practice of virtue rather than hindering it. By so doing, they will 999 Intro,1| early in the morning to hire labourers for his vineyard. 1000 Intro,3| him, 'Because no one has hired us'. He said to them, 'You 1001 5,62 | In the present social and historical context which is marked 1002 5,64 | and of their vocation to holines in love, it receives expression


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