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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Christifideles Laici

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1003 2,26 | living in the midst of the homes of her sons and daughters( 1004 Intro,2| acknowledged in the concluding homily: "We give thanks that during 1005 1,17 | sentiments: "Ponder the honor that has made you sharers 1006 5,60 | give a reason for their hoping" in view of the world and 1007 4,53 | women and men in Catholic hospital and healthcare institutions. 1008 3,42 | hate, the vendetta and hostility, and thereby to develop 1009 5,57 | prays: "Turn again, O God of hosts! / Look down from heaven, 1010 Intro,5| populations are deprived of housing and work, lacking the means 1011 5,61 | desert land / and in the howling waste of the wilderness; / 1012 3,44 | creativity and work in the humanities. Such a presence is destined 1013 3,40 | being the primary place of "humanization" for the person and society.~ 1014 3,44 | knowledge and its labour; to humanize social life both in the 1015 4,48 | a time of life which is humanly and spiritually fruitful. 1016 4,47 | Kingdom of heaven. Whoever humbles himself like this child, 1017 Intro,5| being is exposed to more humiliating and degrading forms of " 1018 1,16 | or in community, in the hunger and thirst for justice, 1019 4,53 | disabilities, the poor and hungry, migrants and prisoners, 1020 4,52 | thus in the love between husband and wife and between members 1021 5,64 | Magnificat, joining you in your hymn of thankfulness and love.~ 1022 2,19 | again proposed this central idea about herself, as the 1985 1023 2,19 | the Son of God, that same identical Spirit who in the course 1024 3,42 | role and competence, is not identified with any political community 1025 1,14 | hesitating to courageously identify and denounce evil. United 1026 3,40 | life dry up. Furthermore, ideologies and various systems, together 1027 Intro,5| take a variety of names: an ideology; economic power, political 1028 Intro,3| great there is no place for idleness. With even greater urgency 1029 Intro,4| begin to adore various "idols" of the contemporary world.~ 1030 3,43 | concept of development cannot ignore the use of the things of 1031 3 | CHAPTER III~I HAVE APPOINTED YOU TO 1032 3,42 | the use of ambiguous and illicit means for acquiring, maintaining 1033 4,53 | who live in situations of illness, pain and old age are called 1034 4,52 | and society in order to illuminate and inspire all the relations 1035 4,53 | or, better yet, cast an illumination to permit them to see the 1036 4,51 | evangelized. Thus, with her vision illumined by faith (cf. Eph 1:18), 1037 3,38 | to culture- is false and illusory if the right to life, the 1038 1,8 | the vine and uses it to illustrate various aspects of the Kingdom 1039 4,46 | aspirations of young people, as illustrated in Christ's forceful and 1040 4,52 | between man and woman must be imbued by this spirit. The Church 1041 3,36 | bonds of human society, and imbues the daily activity of people 1042 1,16 | requires each to follow and imitate Jesus Christ, in embracing 1043 3,35 | Christian married couples, in imitation of Aquila and Priscilla ( 1044 3,41 | organized society. If this impartial service be truly given for 1045 5,64 | properly" theirs.~Besides imparting an awareness of a commonly 1046 5,63 | discern the value, whether implanted in tradition or proposed 1047 3,34 | humanizing dimension of life implicit in these problems.~On the 1048 4,51 | human and Christian values implied in the conjugal life and 1049 3,43 | pleases. The limitation imposed from the beginning by the 1050 4,50 | beginning" has been indelibly imprinted in the very being of the 1051 3,38 | living conditions, arbitrary imprisonment, deportation, slavery, prostitution, 1052 3,44 | civic community through the improvement of customs and institutions; 1053 3,43 | cannot be violated with impunity. A true concept of development 1054 3,42 | indifferent or be strangers and inactive in the face of all that 1055 3,41 | works of charity as her own inalienable duty and right. For this 1056 1,15 | the mystery of the Word Incarnate, and which is realized in 1057 4,50 | theological meditation, be an incentive for everyone, both women 1058 2,23 | the mass media. It also includes other realities which are 1059 3,40 | towards the family acquires an incomparable social value. The Church, 1060 3,34 | contemporary people to an inconsolable delusion or to the temptation 1061 3,42 | acquiring, maintaining and increasing power at any cost.~The lay 1062 1,13 | baptized, sealing each with an indelible character (cf. 2 Cor 1:21- 1063 4,50 | the beginning" has been indelibly imprinted in the very being 1064 3,37 | dignity of the person is the indestructible property of every human 1065 Intro,4| the Council has already indicated: "Growing numbers of people 1066 2,24 | the New Testament are an indication of their rich variety. " 1067 2,24 | Spirit that have, directly or indirectly, a usefulness for the ecclesial 1068 1,15 | light and leaven, although indiscriminately applicable to all Jesus' 1069 2,28 | apostolate exercised by the individual-which flows abundantly from a 1070 4,51 | world when the latter are an inducement to sin, that all such things 1071 3,43 | consequences of haphazard industrialization-three considerations which alert 1072 2,31 | time of the eternal and ineffable communion of the love of 1073 Intro,6| and whole peoples for the inestimable good of peace in justice. 1074 4,51 | by true wisdom, with the inevitable risk of "de-humanizing" 1075 3,39 | requirement that finds itself inextricably bound up with the very reality 1076 1,17 | the hidden source and the infallible measure of the works of 1077 4,47 | in the life's stages of infancy and childhood, both for 1078 3,41 | from those spontaneous and informal to those more structured, 1079 4,50 | researchers because of an informed discernment, will be able 1080 2,31 | pastoral activities and infusing every aspect of life with 1081 1,11 | from the dead, and to an inheritance which is imperishable, undefiled 1082 2,20 | immense treasure that each has inherited. The Spirit of the Lord 1083 Intro,5| economic power, political and inhumane systems, scientific technocracy 1084 2,26 | the Christian people; to initiate and gather the people in 1085 2,29 | great is the capacity of initiative and the generosity of our 1086 3,38 | those who suffer from the injury. Moreover, they are a supreme 1087 3,43 | opportune overcoming of numerous injustices that come from organizations 1088 1,15 | dimension, inherent to her inner nature and mission, which 1089 3,40 | calls a person from the innermost depths of self to communion 1090 4,47 | God. The life itself of innocence and grace of many children, 1091 1,12 | the Son", the baptized are inseparably joined together as "members 1092 2,27 | work through being deeply inserted in human society and intimately 1093 4,56 | presents in a simple yet insightful way the vocation of all 1094 4,51 | fulfillment-on which so many justly insist today-and the basic contribution 1095 2,20 | the whole body.~Saint Paul insists in a particular way on the 1096 3,34 | situation of poverty and misery, inspires and sustains a life lived " 1097 2,23 | exercise the maximum care to institute them on the basis of Baptism 1098 3,42 | promote organically and institutionally the common good. The Synod 1099 5,61 | the parish is called to instruct its members in hearing God' 1100 3,34 | baptized person has to being instructed, educated and supported 1101 5,61 | brothers in the faith", instructing all believers in the essential 1102 3,44 | pastoral.~The use of these instruments by professionals in communication 1103 Intro,2| from the Lineamenta to the Instrumentum Laboris, from the introductory 1104 4,48 | progressively diminishes, the insufficiencies of social organizations, 1105 4,48 | unproductive, if not directly an insupportable burden. I remind older people 1106 3,40 | is concerned to restore integral dignity to the married couple 1107 5,62 | having the opportunity to integrate, to make concrete and specific 1108 2,19 | Communion is, then, the integrating aspect, indeed the central 1109 4,51 | when it would demand a more intense love and a more generous 1110 2,28 | be discovered through an intensification of the missionary effort 1111 4,46 | a time of an especially intensive discovery of a "self" and " 1112 1,9 | vision and displayed a basic intention of asserting the full belonging 1113 2,20 | must live in a continual interaction with others, with a lively 1114 3,40 | persons.~Thus the result is an interdependence and reciprocity between 1115 2,25 | extend it to interparochial, interdiocesan, national and international 1116 3,44 | forms, she leads people to interior freedom"(164).~Some particularly 1117 5,60 | faithful are to be guided interiorly and sustained by the Holy 1118 2,25 | but strive to extend it to interparochial, interdiocesan, national 1119 3,32 | connected with each other, they interpenetrate and mutually imply each 1120 1,9 | Council went beyond previous interpretations which were predominantly 1121 2,30 | Magisterium, as the Church interprets it. For this reason every 1122 5,60 | of Formation~60. The many interrelated aspects of a totally integrated 1123 Intro,3| side and at times closely intertwined, evil and good, injustice 1124 1,12 | light not only on the deep intimacy of the disciples with Jesus 1125 3,37 | constitutes an absolutely intolerable injustice, not so much for 1126 3,43 | this purpose-possesses an intrinsic social function. Concretely 1127 1,13 | 1 Pt 2:5 ff.). The image introduces us to another aspect of 1128 Intro,2| Instrumentum Laboris, from the introductory report, the presentations 1129 Intro,5| scientific technocracy or the intrusiveness of the mass-media. Once 1130 3,34 | sense of life on earth. Invaded by doubts they are led into 1131 1,8 | ff.).~John the Evangelist invites us to go further and leads 1132 2,20 | vast variety of charisms, inviting people to assume different 1133 4,54 | pastoral action, which must involve all components of the ecclesial 1134 2,28 | sense of that uniqueness and irrepeatability, in so far as these very 1135 2,20 | faithful "can never remain in isolation from the community, but 1136 3,38 | the dignity of research itself-to perform operations that 1137 3,38 | this field, wisdom shows itselt to be the only firm basis 1138 4 | CHAPTER IV~LABOURERS IN THE LORD'S 1139 1,8 | planted you a choice vine" (Jer 2:21); "Your mother was 1140 5,64 | our own your Magnificat, joining you in your hymn of thankfulness 1141 3,41 | individuals but also in a joint way by groups and communities, 1142 1,11 | heard on the banks of the Jordan River: "You are my beloved 1143 5,64 | Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph, in the year 1988, the eleventh 1144 5,61 | their spiritual and pastoral journey.~ 1145 5,64 | Christian responsibility~and a joyful hope~of the coming of God' 1146 5,58 | formation, whose purpose is the joyous and grateful recognition 1147 4,48 | celebration of the Older People's Jubilee: "Arriving at an older age 1148 5,60 | reflection, criteria for judging and practical directives ( 1149 2,23 | theological, liturgical, juridical and pastoral consideration 1150 3,42 | community finds its full justification and meaning, and from which 1151 2,29 | the profound reason that justifies and demands the lay faithful' 1152 3,42 | danger, does not in the least justify either skepticism or an 1153 5,64 | movements of the lay faithful in keeping with the accomplishment 1154 Intro,5| sacredness of the person always keeps returning, again and again.~ 1155 Intro,5| unborn because they have been killed in their mothers' wombs, 1156 1,14 | Priest, Prophet-Teacher, King-continues in the Church. Everyone, 1157 2,19 | the conciliar documents. Koinonia-communion, finding its source in Sacred 1158 Intro,2| Lineamenta to the Instrumentum Laboris, from the introductory report, 1159 5,58 | and sends me forth as a labourer in his vineyard. He calls 1160 Intro,2| does and consider if he is labouring in the vineyard of the Lord"( 1161 Intro,1| Faithful People (Christifideles Laici), whose "Vocation and Mission 1162 2,31 | Pontifical Council for the Laity has the task of preparing 1163 4,52 | sectors in the Church must lament the absence or the scarcity 1164 5,61 | He found him in a desert land / and in the howling waste 1165 5,63 | numerous people living in large nations when the situation 1166 4,48 | official legislation that comes late, or the lack of understanding 1167 2,23 | ministries existed in the Latin Church only as spiritual 1168 2,21 | by the Holy Spirit, who lavishes diverse hierarchical and 1169 3,42 | derives its basic, proper and lawful arrangement. The common 1170 2,27 | abandoned the faith or grown lax in the Christian life.~If 1171 3,35 | a generous response from laypersons who are ready to leave familiar 1172 2,21 | as the Good Shepherd who lays down his life for the sheep ( 1173 1,9 | faithful on earth under the leadership of the Pope, the head of 1174 3,35 | laypersons who are ready to leave familiar surroundings, their 1175 2,23 | devoted much attention to the Lectorate and the Acolytate. While 1176 2,23 | persons, even if they are not lectors or acolytes, can also supply 1177 2,23 | virtue of supply takes its legitimacy formally and immediately 1178 2,23 | that the lay faithful can legitimately fulfill in the liturgy, 1179 Intro,2| world; and the temptation of legitimizing the unwarranted separation 1180 3,32 | and quite appropriately lends itself to a consideration 1181 3,40 | value of the family and to lessen its social value become 1182 3,35 | dynamism. In a world where the lessening of distance makes the world 1183 4,48 | 27), the teacher of the lessons of life (cf. Sir 6:34; 8: 1184 4,49 | spreading the gospel. In his letters the Apostle Paul even cites 1185 3,38 | technology are committed with licit means to the defence of 1186 4,52 | importance for the Church's life-a teaching that ought to reach 1187 5,64 | in one's mind, heart and life-an ecclesial consciousness, 1188 5,62 | participation in school life-besides being always necessary and 1189 3,39 | their faith and for their life-choice, individual and communal, 1190 3,42 | the good of all, a simple life-style, and a preferential love 1191 2,19 | Communion' speaks of a double, lifegiving participation: the incorporation 1192 4,56 | person with a truly unique lifestory, each is called by name, 1193 3,37 | by God in his image and likeness as well as redeemed by the 1194 5,57 | maturation in faith and a likening to Christ, according to 1195 2,25 | met, lay people should not limit their cooperation to the 1196 3,43 | things as one pleases. The limitation imposed from the beginning 1197 4,53 | In the context of such a limitless world as human suffering, 1198 Intro,7| contradiction caused by the limits of human nature, by sin 1199 Intro,2| the Synod work, from the Lineamenta to the Instrumentum Laboris, 1200 3,37 | not a number or simply a link in a chain, nor even less, 1201 4,45 | This variety is not only linked to age, but also to the 1202 2,31 | the task of preparing a list of those associations which 1203 Intro,2| discussions has enabled us to listen to those whom we invited, 1204 Intro,2| missionary nature and has listened again to the voice of her 1205 4,51 | dignity to the conjugal lite and to motherhood. Today 1206 4,47 | exalted the active role that little ones have in the Kingdom 1207 5,58 | the faithful and generous living-out of this responsibility.~ 1208 3,33 | creation" (Mk 16:15) "... and lo, I am with you always, until 1209 2,26 | that the Church is seen locally. In a certain sense it is 1210 Intro,4| de-Christianization that strikes long-standing Christian people and which 1211 Intro,3| events, the needs, and the longings which it shares with other 1212 3,41 | In the end such projects lose their effectiveness as a 1213 2,23 | Christ, without in any way losing or sacrificing their human 1214 4,49 | grand works, quite often lowly and hidden, but not for 1215 2,30 | Bishop must be expressed in loyal readiness to embrace the 1216 5,64 | mission.~~With humility and magnanimity~you were the "handmaid of 1217 Intro,2| respond to it eagerly and magnanimously. The Lord himself renews 1218 3,32 | with others is the most magnificent fruit that the branches 1219 4,56 | the prince, the widow, the maid and the married woman. Not 1220 5,64 | never to become tired of maintaining-indeed always taking an active 1221 2,31 | associations in which there is a majority of Catholics, and determining 1222 4,51 | Confirmation, a woman-as well as a man-is made a sharer in the threefold 1223 3,41 | organization and pretend to manage every area at hand. In the 1224 2,22 | Orders. In fact, with the mandate to make disciples of all 1225 2,21 | the Son of God, to mature manhood, to the measure of the stature 1226 3,36 | received the responsibility of manifesting to the world the mystery 1227 1,15 | situation in the world God manifests his plan and communicates 1228 3,38 | concentration has a tendency to manipulate not only the biological 1229 3,44 | the power of the Gospel, mankind's criteria of judgment, 1230 4,46 | 168).~In the letter of 31 March 1985 to young men and women 1231 5,64 | last October during the Marian Year, its work was entrusted 1232 Intro,2| others standing idle in the marketplace; and to them he said, 'You 1233 4,55 | vine, enriches Christian marriages"(203).~ 1234 3,39 | watered by the blood of martyrs"(142).~The whole Church 1235 2,23 | international life, of the mass media. It also includes 1236 Intro,5| the intrusiveness of the mass-media. Once again we find ourselves 1237 3,44 | communications(166). The world of the massmedia represents a new frontier 1238 5,58 | forget that the Lord, as the master of the labourers in the 1239 3,38 | their responsibilities as masters of science and technology, 1240 4,50 | the Encyclical Redemptoris Mater(186) and serving as a response 1241 3,44 | by more adequate resource materials, both intellectual and pastoral.~ 1242 4,52 | conjugal, paternal and maternal, filial and familial. We 1243 Intro,1| the vineyard mentioned in Matthew's Gospel: "For the Kingdom 1244 1,17 | your dignity!"(48). Saint Maximus, Bishop of Turin, in addressing 1245 Intro,2| contradistinction to the Synod, but is meant to be a faithful and coherent 1246 4,51 | not always inspired and measured by true wisdom, with the 1247 4,56 | soldiers, the shop of the mechanic, the court of princes, or 1248 2,23 | international life, of the mass media. It also includes other 1249 1,16 | Beatitudes, in listening and meditating on the Word of God, in conscious 1250 5,61 | the Christian faith and membership in the Church. Therefore, 1251 3,34 | freedom.~Without doubt a mending of the Christian fabric 1252 Intro,6| legitimate plurality of mentalities and initiatives, but manifested 1253 2,27 | family"(101).~The Council's mention of examining and solving 1254 3,38 | where men are treated as mere tools for profit rather 1255 2,19 | holy and to save them, not merely as individuals without any 1256 4,47 | basis not in human means and merits, but in the absolute gratuitous 1257 2,19 | is the "new" People, the "messianic" People, the People that " 1258 2,25 | and rural areas are to be met, lay people should not limit 1259 5,61 | that end. With this in mind Methodius of Olympo wrote: "Those 1260 4,45 | morning, still others about midday and at three, the last, 1261 4,45 | adulthood, the sun is in the middle of the sky, indeed at this 1262 2,26 | the Church living in the midst of the homes of her sons 1263 3,44 | and the lives and concrete milieux which are theirs. Strata 1264 3,42 | terrorism, concentration camps, militarization of public life, the arms 1265 4,51 | freedom" and "progress", militates against true values. On 1266 5,58 | long for the pure spiritual milk, that by it you may grow 1267 2,24 | to another the working of miracles, to another prophecy, to 1268 3,35 | particular Churches are bound to mirror the universal Church as 1269 3,42 | shallow distress at the misfortunes of so many people, both 1270 3,35 | specifically directed to the missions. This should be done by 1271 5,59 | of the Gospel. They are mistaken who, knowing that we have 1272 3,43 | of a freedom to 'use and misuse', or to dispose of things 1273 2,25 | daily increase in population mobility, the growth of mutual bonds, 1274 4,56 | a purely contemplative, monastic and religious devotion cannot 1275 3,44 | rejection of every form of monopoly and manipulation.~However, 1276 1,17 | which took place during the month of the Synod. The entire 1277 4,49 | of resurrection on Easter morn (cf. Lk 24:1-10), and prayed 1278 5,61 | striking passage of the Song of Moses: "He found him in a desert 1279 Intro,5| have been killed in their mothers' wombs, children abandoned 1280 3,39 | is in God that we "live, move and have our being" (Acts 1281 2,20 | gives life to, unifies and moves the whole body. This he 1282 4,50 | of the Apostolic Letter Mulieris Dignitatem, in particular, 1283 3,35 | bringing the gospel to the multitudes -the millions and millions 1284 3,38 | itself, such as every kind of murder, genocide, abortion, euthanasia 1285 3,38 | the human person, such as mutilation, physical and mental torture, 1286 3,32 | they interpenetrate and mutually imply each other, to the 1287 | myself 1288 3,39 | of the Church. Thus the mystic vine bears witness to its 1289 2,20 | from all peoples, made them mystically into his own body. In that 1290 Intro,5| stronger" can take a variety of names: an ideology; economic power, 1291 3,35 | whether living in their native region or in lands as migrants, 1292 3,43 | labour with his hands at Nazareth greatly ennobled the dignity 1293 1,15 | and specific manner it is necesary to come to a deeper theological 1294 2,20 | his own richness and the necessities of service, distributes 1295 3,41 | to give a response to the needs-oftentimes today so serious and widespread-of 1296 1,9 | which were predominantly negative. Instead it opened itself 1297 3,35 | means, but without ever neglecting the privileged means of 1298 4,47 | young people are in no way a negligible part of the Church"(174).~ 1299 2,27 | the Church placed in the neighborhoods of humanity, it lives and 1300 2,28 | reach the hearts of their neighbors, friends, and colleagues, 1301 5,61 | eagle that stirs up its nest, that flutters over its 1302 2,19 | generations is the constant and never-ending source of communion in the 1303 4,48 | refuge in a nostalgia in a never-to-return past or fleeing from present 1304 5,58 | following exhortation: "Like newborn babes, long for the pure 1305 | next 1306 1,11 | here recall Jesus' words to Nicodemus: "Truly, truly, I say to 1307 | nine 1308 4,45 | Old age represents the ninth hour, because the sun starts 1309 5,60 | to take up actively this noble purpose in political matters, 1310 2,27 | missionary zeal towards nonbelievers and believers themselves 1311 | nonetheless 1312 4,46 | of the values of justice, nonviolence and peace. Their hearts 1313 4,50 | attitude of Christ, which are normative for the Church, that no 1314 4,48 | temptation of taking refuge in a nostalgia in a never-to-return past 1315 5,61 | where present, can be a notable help in the formation of 1316 3,34 | Fathers have gratefully taken note of the work of catechists, 1317 2,31 | the duty to promote and nourish stronger bonds and mutual 1318 2,29 | resources that the Holy Spirit nourishes in the ecclesial community, 1319 4,49 | contributes greatly towards nourishing the faith of Christian communities"( 1320 3,42 | the arms race, and the nuclear threat. On the contrary, 1321 3,40 | identity as the primary social nucleus, and its basic role in society, 1322 4,53 | just such people-doctors, nurses, other healthcare workers, 1323 5,58 | Mission ~58. The fundamental objective of the formation of the 1324 2,23 | supply by necessity", where objectively this does not exist or where 1325 4,54 | Father.~One of the basic objectives of this renewed and intensified 1326 4,48 | the Church or as passive objects in a fast-paced world, but 1327 3,36 | their "secular character", obliging them, in their proper and 1328 Intro,5| the human person cannot be obliterated, no matter how often it 1329 2,23 | priesthood, the lack of observance of ecclesiastical laws and 1330 3,38 | the position not only of "observing" but even "exercising a 1331 5,64 | how to overcome all the obstacles~that we encounter~in accomplishing 1332 4,45 | fullness of vitality is obvious. Old age represents the 1333 5,62 | preserving always-as is obvious-the autonomy of various sciences 1334 1,17 | their daily activities as an occasion to join themselves to God, 1335 5,59 | area of culture-are the occasions ordained by Providence for 1336 1,15 | secular professions and occupations. They live in the ordinary 1337 5,60 | spiritual formation ought to occupy a privileged place in a 1338 Intro,3| made especially dramatic by occurring on the threshold of the 1339 3,37 | vengeance to God and is an offence against the Creator of the 1340 2,31 | and charisms that the Lord oflers us bear their fruitful contribution 1341 5,62 | with its own method, of oflfering a formation through a deeply 1342 5,61 | this in mind Methodius of Olympo wrote: "Those not yet perfected 1343 4,52 | lead to an unacceptable omission, that, in point, regarding 1344 Intro,6| wishing to show their "omnipotence", renew the futile experience 1345 4,52 | values and demands: totality, oneness, fidelity and fruitfulness-that 1346 3,42 | determination to commit oneself to the common good, that 1347 1,11 | become children of God in his only-begotten Son, Jesus Christ. Rising 1348 Intro,4| impressive ways, through an openness to a spiritual and transcendent 1349 3,38 | research itself-to perform operations that result in falsifying 1350 3,42 | parties, as well as the common opinion that participating in politics 1351 2,25 | called to evaluate the most oportune way of developing the consultation 1352 4,51 | sensibilities of culture and opportuneness in a pastoral situation, 1353 4,48 | when age itself provides opportunities in some specific and basic 1354 1,13 | at liberty those who are oppressed, to proclaim the acceptable 1355 3,43 | By work an individual ordinarily provides for self and family, 1356 2,23 | but through sacramental ordination. Only the Sacrament of Orders 1357 3,42 | are intended to promote organically and institutionally the 1358 2,30 | group forms show in their organizational life and the works they 1359 2,19 | early Church and in the Oriental Churches, and this teaching 1360 Intro,5| society and history, and oriented towards spiritual and religious 1361 1,10 | regenerates us in the life ot the Son of God; unites us 1362 | ours 1363 | ourselves 1364 3,38 | life. Above all, the common outcry, which is justly made on 1365 2,31 | that the competition be in outdoing one another in showing honour ( 1366 2,30 | faithful must become fruitful outlets for participation and solidarity 1367 Intro,4| spiritual and transcendent outlook towards life, the renewed 1368 Intro,4| meaning in their lives, or outrightly reject him, and begin to 1369 2,27 | relief: "The parish offers an outstanding example of the apostolate 1370 4,55 | wine-presses of the Lord Jesus overflow with the grapes of a productive 1371 3,41 | impersonal functionalism, an overgrown bureaucracy, unjust private 1372 Intro,6| Finally, we are unable to overlook another phenomenon that 1373 5,64 | evils which threaten~to overpower men and women~in our time.~~ 1374 2,23 | extensive and meaningful overview of the situation in the 1375 3,34 | profound proclamation is owed to humanity by the Church. 1376 3,32 | Thus the Church feels she owes to each individual and to 1377 Intro,5| rights are being violated, owing to their exceedingly great 1378 5,63 | affairs. Attention should be paid to diverse cultures which 1379 Intro,2| opportune time, a conclusive papal document on the topic of 1380 1,16 | this title and on equal par with all other members of 1381 2,19 | mean? We refer you to the paragraph in the Catechism that speaks 1382 4,51 | a partial fulfilment of parental responsibilities-indeed 1383 Intro,5| a family and responsible parenthood, the right to participation 1384 3,42 | at persons in government, parliaments, the ruling classes, or 1385 4,53 | 199).~On the Church's part-as it reads in the Apostolic 1386 4,51 | periodic presence as well as a partial fulfilment of parental responsibilities-indeed 1387 4,54 | an active and responsible participant in the work of evangelization 1388 5,62 | their "domestic church" participates in the life and mission 1389 3,42 | the common opinion that participating in politics is an absolute 1390 3,43 | genuine charity and be a partner in the work of bringing 1391 3,40 | created them' (Gen 1:27). This partnership of man and woman constitutes 1392 4,48 | and living more deeply the Paschal Mystery, for becoming an 1393 4,53 | Samaritan who "does not pass by", but "has compassion 1394 4,48 | life of the Church or as passive objects in a fast-paced 1395 2,26 | Christians, in which the pastor-who represents the diocesan 1396 4,52 | both men and women is to be pastorally urged so that the participation 1397 4,52 | communicated: conjugal, paternal and maternal, filial and 1398 4,56 | is, there are different paths in the spiritual life and 1399 2,31 | towards collaboration, with patience, far-sightedness, and readiness 1400 4,52 | should follow a community pattern: the spouses together as 1401 4,54 | stood beneath the Cross, we pause beside all the crosses of 1402 3,39 | an essential element for peaceful human coexistence ... The 1403 4,50 | and in society is a more penetrating and accurate consideration 1404 2,25 | on the Apostolate of Lay People- "a feeling for their own 1405 4,53 | exclusive. It is to just such people-doctors, nurses, other healthcare 1406 5,62 | of the Church" and will perceive all the beauty of dedicating 1407 3,34 | valid response-consciously perceived and stated by all in varying 1408 4,46 | profoundly affects their perceiving of the values of justice, 1409 5,61 | more direct and concrete perception of the sense of ecclesial 1410 5,60 | culture, in response to the perennial yet always new questions 1411 3,35 | the universal Church as perfectly as possible, let them be 1412 5,60 | life, but through the very performance of their tasks according 1413 4,50 | held and functions to be performed, but also, and more deeply, 1414 2,23 | not a minister simply in performing a task, but through sacramental 1415 4,51 | forms of absenteeism and of periodic presence as well as a partial 1416 5,58 | Him. Among these are the periods of adolescence and young 1417 Intro,5| existing at this moment on the periphery of great cities. Entire 1418 1,11 | been "born anew, not of perishable seed but of imperishable, 1419 4,55 | different times and places, the permanent guarantee of the sacramental 1420 Intro,5| beneficial trend is advancing and permeating all peoples of the earth, 1421 Intro,3| even more so. It is not permissible for anyone to remain idle.~ 1422 4,53 | cast an illumination to permit them to see the meaning 1423 2,20 | he makes the Church grow, perpetually renews her, and leads her 1424 3,39 | marginization, suffering, persecution, and oftentimes death because 1425 3,42 | contrary, it is a firm and persevering determination to commit 1426 4,50 | very being of the human person-men and women-and, therefore, 1427 2,22 | serve the Church, acting in persona Christi Capitis (in the 1428 1,17 | unknown to the world's great personages but nonetheless looked upon 1429 3,38 | inviolable dignity of the personhood of every human being, from 1430 2,31 | words of the apostle sound a persuasive call: " I appeal to you, 1431 3,38 | s goodness. Against the pessimism and selfishness which casts 1432 3,38 | to such rights, in every phase of development, from conception 1433 3,38 | procreation and the first phases of human life. Today as 1434 4,56 | married folk. It is true, Philothea, that a purely contemplative, 1435 4,54 | received from Jesus Christ, "Physician of the body and the spirit"( 1436 3,34 | many vital traditions of piety and popular forms of Christian 1437 5,61 | them, bearing them on its pinions, / the Lord alone did lead 1438 1,8 | hedge around it, and dug a pit for the winepress, and built 1439 1,9 | Church and the world"(15).~Pius XII once stated: "The Faithful, 1440 3,43 | Placing the Individual at the Center 1441 4,55 | boldly as the forest in the plain; elsewhere the rich harvest 1442 2,26 | community of the faithful"(93). Plainly and simply, the parish is 1443 2,23 | through better pastoral planning.~The various ministries, 1444 3,33 | faithful have an active part to play in the life and activity 1445 Intro,2| then, makes an earnest plea in the Lord's name that 1446 3,43 | dispose of things as one pleases. The limitation imposed 1447 4,49 | selfish interests or for pleasure only. Women themselves, 1448 2,25 | Councils, whether provincial or plenary, is envisioned by the Code 1449 3,35 | Lord Jesus: "The harvest is plentiful, but the labourers are few; 1450 3,38 | and the world from all who plot against life"(138). It is 1451 3,38 | certainly criminal: they poison human society; and they 1452 1,17 | repeats the same sentiments: "Ponder the honor that has made 1453 Intro,5| the human person must be pondered and reaffirmed in stronger. 1454 3,34 | traditions of piety and popular forms of Christian religion 1455 2,25 | because the daily increase in population mobility, the growth of 1456 3,34 | persons but also to entire portions of populations in the variety 1457 Intro,3| political and cultural affairs pose problems and grave difficulties 1458 1,15 | vocation to perfection. They possess in common one salvation, 1459 3,37 | has" even if the person possessed the whole world!-as much 1460 4,51 | maintained: "Although the Church possesses a 'hierarchical' structure, 1461 4,55 | salvation. Every one of us possessing charisms and ministries, 1462 5,61 | Fathers have said that a post-baptismal catechesis in the form of 1463 4,46 | youth make up an exceptional potential and a great challenge for 1464 4,50 | wonderfully attests: "I will pour out my spirit on all flesh; 1465 3,32 | from the Holy Spirit that pours the charity of Jesus Christ 1466 3,44 | science and technology are powerless in giving an adequate response 1467 2,23 | the full their Christian powers which are often repressed 1468 5,60 | criteria for judging and practical directives (cf. Congregation 1469 5,62 | schools and universities, and praises teachers and professors, 1470 3,35 | but the labourers are few; pray therefore the Lord of the 1471 4,49 | morn (cf. Lk 24:1-10), and prayed with the apostles in the 1472 5,64 | fruitfulness of the Synod to her prayerful intercession. Therefore, 1473 Intro,2| the Fathers, enriched by preceding Synods, treated in a specific 1474 1,11 | whom he foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the image 1475 3,39 | Augustine: "But that vine, as predicted by the prophets and even 1476 1,9 | interpretations which were predominantly negative. Instead it opened 1477 3,35 | Dialogue among religions has a preeminent part, for it leads to love 1478 3,42 | simple life-style, and a preferential love for the poor and the 1479 3,35 | or at least diminishes, prejudices among the followers of various 1480 5,62 | enough. What is needed is to prepare the lay faithful to dedicate 1481 2,31 | the Laity has the task of preparing a list of those associations 1482 2,23 | Communion in accord with the prescriptions of the law"(69). However, 1483 4,53 | expressed these sentiments in a presentation in the Synod Hall: "It is 1484 5,60 | more widespread and precise presentation-of the Church's social doctrine, 1485 4,56 | according to the Spirit", he presents in a simple yet insightful 1486 3,44 | finally, to communicate and to preserve them to be an inspiration 1487 5,62 | Christian inspired teaching, preserving always-as is obvious-the 1488 3,44 | professional people of the press, cinema, radio, television 1489 3,38 | torture, undue psychological pressures; all offences against human 1490 2,23 | yet abusive recourse to a presumed "situation of emergency" 1491 1,17 | be called a fundamental presupposition and an irreplaceable condition 1492 3,41 | in their organization and pretend to manage every area at 1493 4,51 | from all that, under the pretext of this "dignity" and in 1494 1,9 | the Council went beyond previous interpretations which were 1495 4,55 | this field there are the priceless buds of virginity blossoming 1496 2,30 | faithful in the Church:~- The primacy given to the call of every 1497 4,49 | functions in service of the primitive Christian community (cf. 1498 2,25 | particular Church with its primordial bond to the universal Church. 1499 4,56 | the mechanic, the court of princes, or the home of married 1500 5,57 | must be placed among the priorities of a diocese. It ought to 1501 3,35 | imitation of Aquila and Priscilla (cf. Acts 18; Rom 16:3 ff), 1502 4,53 | and hungry, migrants and prisoners, refugees, unemployed, abandoned


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