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1503 3,39 | immediately recognize how such a problem today has a world dimension: 1504 2,29 | external structures, in their procedures and training methods, and 1505 Intro,2| conclusion of their work, which proceeded with great commitment, competence 1506 Intro,2| contribution to the Synod proceedings. This was publicly acknowledged 1507 3,38 | working processes that govern procreation and the first phases of 1508 2,30 | readiness to participate in programmes and Church activities at 1509 3,43 | expressed symbolically by the prohibition not to 'eat of the fruit 1510 4,50 | the same time fulfilling a promise made in the Encyclical Redemptoris 1511 4,47 | and, even more, to them he promised the Kingdom of heaven (cf. 1512 4,56 | obedience through vows or promises, while fully maintaining 1513 2,26 | parish still enjoys a new and promising season. At the beginning 1514 Intro,2| give a glad, generous, and prompt response to the impulse 1515 1,14 | mission of Christ -Priest, Prophet-Teacher, King-continues in the Church. 1516 1,8 | the mystery of the Church, proposes again the image of the vine 1517 5,62 | This Synod"-we read in the proposition-"appeals to the prophetic 1518 Intro,2| small groups" to the final "Propositions" and the concluding "Message". 1519 3,33 | strengthen a person in the prospect and realization of new life 1520 3,38 | imprisonment, deportation, slavery, prostitution, the selling of women and 1521 5,59 | the occasions ordained by Providence for a "continuous exercise 1522 5,62 | near them as a loving and providential Father; while learning the 1523 5,61 | formation of Christians, by providing a consciousness and an experience 1524 2,25 | Churches of the ecclesiastical province or Episcopal Conference.~ 1525 2,25 | local Councils, whether provincial or plenary, is envisioned 1526 5,63 | which does not fear being pruned by the heavenly vinedresser 1527 5,57 | that does bear fruit, he prunes that it may bear more fruit" ( 1528 1,14 | St. Augustine offers for Psalm 26:"David was anointed king. 1529 4,48 | ways of application. As the Psalmist says: "They still bring 1530 Intro,2| Synod proceedings. This was publicly acknowledged in the concluding 1531 2,29 | citation from the recently published Code of Canon Law affirms 1532 5,58 | newborn babes, long for the pure spiritual milk, that by 1533 4,56 | true, Philothea, that a purely contemplative, monastic 1534 3,44 | recognition and possible purification of the elements that critically 1535 3,44 | threat. She never ceases to purify and to elevate the morality 1536 3,43 | which -precisely for this purpose-possesses an intrinsic social function. 1537 Intro,6| society is increasingly pursued today as the way to make 1538 3,36 | Constitution Gaudium et Spes: "Pursuing the saving purpose which 1539 4,53 | who are the abandoned and pushed to the edges of our consumer 1540 4,49 | the human person and by putting the teaching of the Church 1541 Intro,2| there was not lacking a qualified representation of the lay 1542 4,51 | words of the Council just quoted point to an important field 1543 3,37 | is manifested in all its radiance when the person's origin 1544 3,34 | in which the faith might radiate and fulfill the basic meaning 1545 3,44 | people of the press, cinema, radio, television and theatre. 1546 1,16 | faithful of Christ of whatever rank or status are called to 1547 3,44 | because it is undergoing a rapid and innovative development 1548 Intro,3| world is indeed great and rapidly changing. For this reason 1549 Intro,2| October 1987, these words were re-echoed in spirit once again. Following 1550 Intro,2| And the Council Fathers, re-echoing the call of Christ, have 1551 5,61 | Christ the Teacher, and reaches to the depths of every individual' 1552 Intro,5| person must be pondered and reaffirmed in stronger. terms. A beneficial 1553 2,22 | These ministries express and realize a participation in the priesthood 1554 3,42 | individual because we are all really responsible for all"(154).~ 1555 3,43 | In the socio-economic realm the dignity and total vocation 1556 5,62 | themselves to the work of rearing their children as a true 1557 4,56 | certain degree with greater reason-of the infinite number of ways 1558 3,35 | by those who for various reasons live in countries or surroundings 1559 2,27 | their parishes in order to reawaken missionary zeal towards 1560 2,30 | and sacramental life, the reawakening of vocations to Christian 1561 4,55 | witness and, in its own way recalling for priests, women and men 1562 3,44 | communication and their reception by the public demand both 1563 3,34 | carry inside, in the deepest recesses of their soul, in their 1564 1,12 | death so as to unite the recipient to his resurrection (cf. 1565 3,43 | future generations are the recipients of the Lord's gifts: "The 1566 5,63 | The Reciprocal Formation Received and Given 1567 3,40 | is an interdependence and reciprocity between the person and society: 1568 1,16 | Eucharist. Since Christians are reclothed in Christ Jesus and refreshed 1569 1,12 | is stripped away for a reclothing with "the new man", that 1570 3,44 | Evangelii Nuntiandi merit recollection here: "The Church evangelizes 1571 4,49 | among others, this precise "recommendation": "It is necessary that 1572 2,26 | given territory(96) and recommends to the bishop's care the 1573 2,23 | proprio Ministeria Quaedam be reconsidered, bearing in mind the present 1574 Intro,3| present-day society. The gospel records that the weeds and the good 1575 1,13 | release to captives and recovering of sight to the blind, to 1576 3,32 | Second Vatican Council, recurred with renewed clarity and 1577 4,51 | of Christ and his Church, recurs with continued urgency throughout 1578 3,37 | and likeness as well as redeemed by the most precious blood 1579 4,53 | associates you with his redeeming Passion. You are brought 1580 4,50 | promise made in the Encyclical Redemptoris Mater(186) and serving as 1581 3,40 | done in favour of society redounds to the benefit of the person. 1582 3,37 | individual can never be reduced by all that seeks to crush 1583 4,53 | consolation of Jesus Christ has reenacted the gospel parable of the 1584 1,12 | Spirit (cf. Jn 17:21). Jesus refers to this same unity in the 1585 3,44 | factors which go to the refining and developing of humanity' 1586 3,36 | but in some way casts the reflected light of that divine life 1587 1,16 | reclothed in Christ Jesus and refreshed by his Spirit, they are " 1588 4,48 | the temptation of taking refuge in a nostalgia in a never-to-return 1589 4,53 | migrants and prisoners, refugees, unemployed, abandoned children 1590 3,38 | disease in its beginnings, refusing on the contrary-even for 1591 2,28 | and admits no substitute. Regardless of circumstance, all lay 1592 1,10 | fundamental aspects: Baptism regenerates us in the life ot the Son 1593 4,56 | the devout life from the regiment of soldiers, the shop of 1594 2,25 | and men, at a national or regional level, so that they may 1595 1,14 | him, to that living stone, rejected by men but in God's sight 1596 3,44 | through a firm and courageous rejection of every form of monopoly 1597 Intro,2| the Synod we have not only rejoiced in the participation of 1598 3,41 | sign of love, and while she rejoices in the undertakings of others, 1599 2,20 | lively sense of fellowship, rejoicing in an equal dignity and 1600 4,46 | The Church must seek to rekindle the very special love displayed 1601 1,14 | their mental and physical relaxation, if carried out in the Spirit, 1602 1,13 | has sent me to proclaim release to captives and recovering 1603 2,27 | authoritatively places it in relief: "The parish offers an outstanding 1604 3,41 | and mutual aid intended to relieve human needs of every kind, 1605 3,42 | lay faithful are never to relinquish their participation in " 1606 1,8 | Jn 3:5), and called to relive the very communion of God 1607 4,52 | Church should even more fully rely on the riches found here"( 1608 3,35 | This should be done by relying on every appropriate means, 1609 3,34 | what is needed is to first remake the Christian fabric of 1610 4,51 | by their combined efforts remedy the institutions and conditions 1611 4,48 | insupportable burden. I remind older people that the Church 1612 4,47 | Children are a continual reminder that the missionary fruitfulness 1613 2,20 | and forms of service and reminding them, as he reminds all 1614 3,33 | people who are perhaps far removed from it; they earnestly 1615 3,44 | humanity; it combats and removes the error and evil which 1616 3,43 | the things of nature, the renewability of resources and the consequences 1617 3,39 | daughters give reason for renewing the pursuit of a holy and 1618 2,31 | employing new forms, cannot renounce the service provided by 1619 3,38 | afflicts the world, she replies with this living 'Yes', 1620 Intro,2| Laboris, from the introductory report, the presentations of individual 1621 Intro,2| not lacking a qualified representation of the lay faithful, both 1622 2,23 | Christian powers which are often repressed and buried, the more these 1623 2,31 | continues to resound as a reproach to those who are "wounding 1624 2,19 | history of salvation and has reproposed the image of the Church 1625 4,50 | serving as a response to the request of the Synod Fathers.~May 1626 Intro,2| to me their desires and requested that at an opportune time, 1627 4,50 | and clarify the values and requirements that belong to the enduring 1628 4,50 | human sciences and cultures, researchers because of an informed discernment, 1629 2,21 | who gives himself without reserve for the salvation of all ( 1630 4,50 | theological foundations for resolving questions about the true 1631 Intro,6| time a new and significant resonance: entire populations today 1632 Intro,3| voice of the Lord clearly resounds in the depths of each of 1633 3,44 | sustained by more adequate resource materials, both intellectual 1634 4,52 | reverence for motherhood must be respectively restored"(197), and still 1635 1,15 | especially in this way of life, resplendent in faith, hope and charity 1636 4,51 | to distinguish what truly responds to her dignity as a person 1637 3,34 | constitutes the only fully valid response-consciously perceived and stated by 1638 4,51 | partial fulfilment of parental responsibilities-indeed he can be involved in new 1639 5,59 | situation, every precise responsibility-as, for example, skill and 1640 3,42 | felt today as a pressing responsibility-the lay faithful must bear witness 1641 Intro,4| Lord, and our hearts are restless until they rest in you"( 1642 3,39 | people who, despite their restricted liberty, live as tireless 1643 2,29 | received a special stimulus, resulting in the birth and spread 1644 Intro,4| they forget God, or simply retain him without meaning in their 1645 3,35 | to the particular Church retains all its value, even demanding 1646 4,48 | worldwide and the expected retirement of persons from various 1647 Intro,5| the person always keeps returning, again and again.~The sense 1648 4,51 | be read. Furthermore the revised Code of Canon Law contains 1649 4,51 | deeper understanding and a richer realization of human and 1650 3,38 | made on behalf of human rights-for example, the right to health, 1651 1,11 | only-begotten Son, Jesus Christ. Rising from the waters of the Baptismal 1652 5,61 | again some elements from the Rite of Christian Initiation 1653 3,34 | externals of its tradition and rituals, tends to be separated from 1654 1,11 | the banks of the Jordan River: "You are my beloved Son; 1655 2,26 | pontificate, Paul VI addressed the Roman clergy in these words: " 1656 1,9 | In Christ who died and rose from the dead, the baptized 1657 2,22 | Hierarchy (65)-to form and to rule the priestly people. The 1658 2,29 | have the right to found and run such associations and to 1659 3,34 | and spiritual patrimony runs the risk of being dispersed 1660 2,25 | the needs of cities and rural areas are to be met, lay 1661 2,19 | Christ in the Holy Eucharist sacramentalizes this communion, that is, 1662 2,23 | without in any way losing or sacrificing their human content but 1663 4,51 | which are associated with safeguarding the basic duty to human 1664 4,56 | spiritual vocation can also be said-and to a certain degree with 1665 4,56 | taken from Saint Francis de Sales, who promoted lay spirituality 1666 2,24 | apostolate the Holy Spirit who sanctifies the People of God through 1667 1,15 | the influence of sin and sanctify themselves in marriage or 1668 4,50 | receive his salvific and sanctifying 'visits'"(187).~ 1669 1,9 | belong to a religious state sanctioned by the Church. Through Baptism 1670 2,19 | Catechism that speaks of the sanctorum communionem, 'the Communion 1671 4,48 | age, they are ever full of sap and green, to show that 1672 4,46 | Gospel as the unique and satisfying response to the most deep-seated 1673 1,13 | Jesus as the Christ, the Saviour-Messiah.~ 1674 4,52 | lament the absence or the scarcity of the presence of men, 1675 1,17 | faith behold a wonderful scene: that of a countless number 1676 1,8 | the Vine ~8. The Sacred Scriptures use the image of the vine 1677 1,13 | anoints" the baptized, sealing each with an indelible character ( 1678 2,26 | enjoys a new and promising season. At the beginning of his 1679 4,51 | decisive intervention of woman.~Secondly, women have the task of 1680 2,26 | crowded and chaotic modern sections of cities. The parish is 1681 2,25 | communication no longer allow any sector of society to remain closed 1682 3,34 | secularization and the spread of sects. Only a re-evangelization 1683 Intro,5| some of its atheistic and secularistic forms arrive at a point 1684 3,34 | of processes, including secularization and the spread of sects. 1685 2,29 | On the other hand, in a secularized world, above all, the various 1686 1,15 | particular vocation of "seeking the Kingdom of God by engaging 1687 | seems 1688 2,31 | ecclesial authority can select and promote in a particular 1689 4,48 | lack of understanding by a self-centered society, you are not to 1690 4,56 | stirs up other forms of self-giving to which people who remain 1691 4,49 | sell, as an instrument for selfish interests or for pleasure 1692 3,38 | Against the pessimism and selfishness which casts a shadow over 1693 4,49 | as an object to buy and sell, as an instrument for selfish 1694 3,38 | slavery, prostitution, the selling of women and children, degrading 1695 3,35 | the Lord of the harvest to send out labourers into his harvest!" ( 1696 4,51 | according to the diverse sensibilities of culture and opportuneness 1697 5,59 | the grave consequences in separating faith from life, and the 1698 4,53 | and dissipates the soul's serenity is far from dispensing a 1699 Intro,5| of human beings have been seriously afflicted.~But the sacredness 1700 3,43 | Sollicitudo Rei Socialis, is the seriousness of present problems as they 1701 5,58 | Jesus, addressed to the servants at Cana: "Do whatever he 1702 3,41 | man who "came not to be served but to serve" (Mk 10:45). 1703 4,46 | will provide a favorable setting for the meeting and exchange 1704 | several 1705 3,38 | selfishness which casts a shadow over the world, the Church 1706 2,27 | environments, is violently shaken by elements of disintegration 1707 | shall 1708 3,42 | feeling of vague compassion or shallow distress at the misfortunes 1709 4,51 | well as a man-is made a sharer in the threefold mission 1710 1,12 | Jn 15:5), an image that sheds light not only on the deep 1711 2,19 | one another. There is the sheepfold, the flock, the vine, the 1712 3,32 | their exalted office to be shepherds of the lay faithful and 1713 5,59 | that they may therefore shirk their earthly responsibilities; 1714 4,56 | regiment of soldiers, the shop of the mechanic, the court 1715 3,41 | Eucharistic Supper, and thus showed herself to be wholly united 1716 1,14 | the Lord: in fact, Jesus showers his gifts upon the Church 1717 4,53 | call becomes the living signof Jesus Christ and his Church 1718 2,26 | find themselves today. In a similar way there exist in the areas 1719 Intro,3| generalizations and unwarranted simplifications. It is possible, however, 1720 5,62 | commandment is enfleshed. The simultaneous presence of clergy, the 1721 5,60 | honesty, a spirit of justice, sincerity, courtesy, moral courage; 1722 2,31 | the Synod Fathers have singled out various movements and 1723 1,11 | 4:4-7) and a brother or sister of Christ. In this way the 1724 4,45 | person grows in strength. The sixth hour is adulthood, the sun 1725 3,42 | the least justify either skepticism or an absence on the part 1726 4,53 | medical arts as well as the skilled and generous service of 1727 3,33 | and offer their special skills to make the care of souls 1728 4,45 | is in the middle of the sky, indeed at this age the 1729 3,38 | technology, and not become their slaves ... In view of the moral 1730 3,35 | makes the world increasingly smaller, the Church community ought 1731 2,29 | all of them in the Church'smission of carrying forth the Gospel 1732 3,39 | purpose of the whole of socíety itself is geared to the 1733 2,29 | pluralistic and fragmented society-the case in so many parts of 1734 4,51 | the socio-economic to the sociopolitical dimension, the personal 1735 4,56 | life from the regiment of soldiers, the shop of the mechanic, 1736 3,44 | when she seeks to convert, solely through the divine power 1737 5,57 | care of his vine. God's solicitude is so ardently called upon 1738 3,40 | to the married couple and solidity to the family (Mt 19:3-9). 1739 3,40 | God did not create man a solitary being. From the beginning ' 1740 Intro,3| guides the mind towards solutions which are fully human"(6).~ 1741 2,27 | be examined together and solved through general discussion. 1742 2,27 | mention of examining and solving pastoral problems "by general 1743 | someone 1744 | something 1745 | Sometimes 1746 4,54 | when sickness and suffering sorely test not only faith in life 1747 4,54 | salvific meaning of their sorrow and valid answers to all 1748 4,54 | Redeemer of Man', the Man of Sorrows, who has taken upon himself 1749 3,33 | skills to make the care of souls and the administration of 1750 4,51 | Christ, totally free and sovereign, who called only men to 1751 5,60 | catechetical instruction and in specialized gatherings, as well as in 1752 2,28 | Church as a whole, come specially addressed to each member 1753 3,38 | biological essence of the human species, it is of utmost importance 1754 3,42 | Constitution Gaudium et Spes-"exists for that common good 1755 2,30 | various communities and spheres of life"(115).~From this 1756 2,24 | ability to distinguish between spirits, to another various kinds 1757 4,48 | life which is humanly and spiritually fruitful. You still have 1758 3,38 | human life she sees the splendour of that 'Yes', that 'Amen', 1759 2,27 | and missionary undertaking sponsored by their own ecclesial family"( 1760 3,41 | diverse ways, from those spontaneous and informal to those more 1761 Intro,6| cf. Gen 11:1-9), which spreads confusion, struggle, disintegration 1762 3,40 | threaten to make these very springs of life dry up. Furthermore, 1763 2,29 | and new sodalities have sprouted, with a specific feature 1764 2,31 | indeed, in this organic and stable form, the lay faithful may 1765 3,42 | society finds its basic standard in the pursuit of the common 1766 5,62 | faithful be correct from the standpoint of service to an individual 1767 4,45 | ninth hour, because the sun starts its descent from the height 1768 3,37 | enlightening and stirring statement about the individual: value 1769 4,47 | emphasized this fact in stating that "children and young 1770 2,21 | manhood, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ" ( 1771 1,17 | vineyard. Confident and steadfast through the power of God' 1772 2,23 | Church only as spiritual steps on route to the ordained 1773 4,56 | apostle Peter gives us a stern warning: "As each has received 1774 2,23 | had such a great part in stimulating the varied collaboration 1775 Intro,2| This Exhortation intends to stir and promote a deeper awareness 1776 5,57 | regard for this vine, / the stock which your right hand has 1777 4,54 | Mary, Mother of Christ, who stood beneath the Cross, we pause 1778 4,55 | the Church, that is, the straining towards the Kingdom of God 1779 3,42 | remain indifferent or be strangers and inactive in the face 1780 3,44 | milieux which are theirs. Strata of humanity are transformed: 1781 3,33 | activity of the Church... Strengthened by their active participation 1782 3,36 | by the way in which she strengthens the bonds of human society, 1783 5,60 | doctrine, as repeatedly stressed by the Synod Fathers in 1784 3,38 | the face of these gigantic strides accomplished by a technology 1785 Intro,4| de-Christianization that strikes long-standing Christian 1786 5,61 | People, as it states in the striking passage of the Song of Moses: " 1787 1,12 | 6:3-5). The "old man" is stripped away for a reclothing with " 1788 4,53 | our attention to all those struck down by sickness in its 1789 Intro,6| which spreads confusion, struggle, disintegration and oppression. 1790 5,62 | women religious, offers students a vivid image of the Church 1791 3,38 | people's consciences and life styles, thereby worsening the condition 1792 3,38 | against human dignity, such as subhuman living conditions, arbitrary 1793 2,24 | person from reference and submission to the Pastors of the Church. 1794 1,15 | relationships arise, willingly submitting himself to the laws of his 1795 2,23 | baptized participate, and the substantial diversity of the ministry 1796 5,62 | always necessary and without substitution-is no longer enough. What is 1797 2,22 | Christ, in uninterrupted succession from the apostles, through 1798 4,49 | earliest days and in her successive development the Church, 1799 5,61 | of the lay faithful. As successor of Saint Peter, he has the 1800 2,20 | Consequently, if one member suffers anything, all the members 1801 2,19 | cannot be interpreted in a sufficient way if it is understood 1802 Intro,2| experience, their advice and the suggestions they have offered out of 1803 3,38 | euthanasia and willful suicide; all violations of the integrity 1804 2,26 | with the whole Church. Such suitableness is rooted in the fact that 1805 5,62 | order that the school can suitably fulfill its natural function 1806 2,26 | is a community properly suited for celebrating the Eucharist, 1807 3,42 | common good embraces the sum total of all those conditions 1808 2,19 | Constitution Lumen Gentium summarizes this doctrine in a wonderful 1809 Intro,2| the call of Christ, have summoned all the lay faithful, both 1810 1,14 | appreciation of the Church's supernatural faith, that "cannot err 1811 2,24 | the Spirit who abundantly supplies them, and as a response 1812 4,54 | all of you who suffer to support us. We ask precisely you 1813 Intro,2| twenty years, has taken on a surprisingly contemporary character and 1814 4,54 | activity must be capable of sustaining and fostering attention, 1815 3,43 | Creator himself and expressed symbolically by the prohibition not to ' 1816 1,12 | Florence teaches(17).~Baptism symbolizes and brings about a mystical 1817 2,30 | is proclaimed as well as taught in its total content.~- 1818 Intro,5| inhumane systems, scientific technocracy or the intrusiveness of 1819 3,44 | the press, cinema, radio, television and theatre. These also 1820 1,15 | also and above all, they tell of the radical newness and 1821 5,58 | at Cana: "Do whatever he tells you" (Jn 2:5). However, 1822 1,8 | tower and let it out to tenants and went into another country" ( 1823 4,47 | object of the Lord Jesus' tender and generous love. To them 1824 3,34 | its tradition and rituals, tends to be separated from those 1825 3,37 | injustice, not so much for the tensions and the conflicts that can 1826 2,23 | and with a more precise terminology(75), both the unity of the 1827 4,54 | Church and humanity. In the terrible battle between the forces 1828 5,61 | especially if vast and territorially extensive, small Church 1829 2,26 | might be scattered over vast territories or almost not to be found 1830 3,40 | coordinated.~As experience testifies, whole civilizations and 1831 2,21 | and other New Testament texts indicate the diversity of 1832 5,64 | joining you in your hymn of thankfulness and love.~With you we give 1833 3,44 | cinema, radio, television and theatre. These also are called to 1834 4,54 | a hard reality of life. Thegood news is the proclamation 1835 4,47 | Church. John Gerson, a great theologian and educator of the 15th 1836 3,34 | they are led into despair. Therefore-with humility and trust I beg 1837 3,38 | defence and the promotion of therights of the human person. It 1838 4,53 | Spirit in much affliction" (1 Thes 1:6) and witnesses to Jesus' 1839 2,24 | fast to what is good (cf. 1 Thess 5:12 and 19-21)"(82), so 1840 5,59 | seek one which is to come, think that they may therefore 1841 5,64 | and responsible part of thisventure, called as they are to proclaim 1842 3,42 | organizations can achieve more thoroughly their own fulfilment"(151). 1843 2,21 | coresponsible.~We now turn our thoughts to ministries and charisms 1844 3,38 | as a "culture of death" threatens to take control. In fact, " 1845 3,40 | decisively realized as the threats to the stability and fruitfulness 1846 5,57 | the branches are gathered, thrown into the fire and burned" ( 1847 Intro,3| people of our time. For faith throws a new light on all things 1848 4,49 | Col 4:15 and 1 Cor 11:5; 1 Tim 5:16). "If the witness of 1849 3,42 | person"(152).At the same time-and this is felt today as a 1850 4,51 | be realized with greater timeliness and determination.~An example 1851 4,46 | reason the Church does not tire of proclaiming Jesus Christ, 1852 5,64 | faithful, never to become tired of maintaining-indeed always 1853 3,39 | restricted liberty, live as tireless witnesses of faith in faithful 1854 1,16 | The apostle Paul never tires of admonishing all Christians 1855 1,8 | Jesus says, "you will know tkat I am in my Father and you 1856 2,31 | that you have sent me" (Tn 17:21). In such a way communion 1857 2,23 | positive elements, about a too-indiscriminate use of the word "ministry", 1858 3,38 | men are treated as mere tools for profit rather than free 1859 Intro,4| Human longing and the need tor religion, however, are not 1860 3,40 | the anti-birth campaign, totalitarian politics, situations of 1861 3,39 | freedom, inasmuch as it touches the most intimate sphere 1862 Intro,2| he sends them into every town and place where he himself 1863 3,36 | for the Church, the way traced out by Christ himself, the 1864 3,34 | even if coexistent with a tragic situation of poverty and 1865 2,29 | in their procedures and training methods, and in the fields 1866 3,43 | In the context of the tranformations taking place in the world 1867 3,42 | and the safeguard of the transcendental dimension of the human person"( 1868 3,37 | the value of one person transcends all the material world. 1869 2,23 | this way there is a natural transition from an effective involvement 1870 Intro,2| expressed by the Council can be translated into authentic Church "practice". 1871 4,51 | places of great importance in transmitting the faith and offering every 1872 1,8 | like a vine in a vineyard transplanted by the water, fruitful and 1873 3,36 | route that the Church must travel in fulfilling her mission: 1874 2,20 | to fruition the immense treasure that each has inherited. 1875 2,20 | behalf of communion. They are treasures that complement one another 1876 3,44 | Christian faith. The extensive treatment by the Second Vatican Council 1877 3,43 | eat of the fruit of the tree' (cf. Gen 2:16-17) shows 1878 Intro,3| however, to highlight some trends that are emerging in present-day 1879 Intro,3| Moved by this faith it tries to discern authentic signs 1880 4,46 | of nature. But they are troubled by anxiety, deceptions, 1881 1,17 | Saint Maximus, Bishop of Turin, in addressing those who 1882 4,49 | to the apostolate of the Twelve, and thereby, to the ministerial 1883 2,28 | associations) are called to this type of apostolate and obliged 1884 2,31 | apostolate provides for different types of relationships with the 1885 4,50 | change; these find their ultimate foundation in Christ, who 1886 3,37 | and communion are rooted ultimately in what people "are", first 1887 1,17 | far from view and quite unacclaimed by the world, unknown to 1888 2,26 | Christian Faithful, even the unbaptized who are not under his ordinary 1889 Intro,5| count the number of babies unborn because they have been killed 1890 2,20 | In order that we might be unceasingly renewed in him (cf. Eph 1891 3,34 | heart. Too often people are uncertain about a sense of life on 1892 1,13 | Christ.~With this spiritual "unction", Christians can repeat 1893 1,11 | inheritance which is imperishable, undefiled and unfading"( 1 Pt 1:3- 1894 4,48 | feel yourselves as persons underestimated in the life of the Church 1895 2,31 | faced with possible and understandable difficulties as a result 1896 2,30 | freedom to associate, that one understands the necessity of having 1897 5,64 | of the many initiatives~undertaken for good,~the great yearning 1898 3,41 | while she rejoices in the undertakings of others, she claims works 1899 Intro,5| participation, which is undoubtedly one of the distinctive features 1900 3,38 | physical and mental torture, undue psychological pressures; 1901 4,53 | and prisoners, refugees, unemployed, abandoned children and 1902 3,43 | serious problems of growing unemployment; to fight for the most opportune 1903 3,39 | basic rights. Those forms of unequal development among the so-called 1904 1,11 | imperishable, undefiled and unfading"( 1 Pt 1:3-4). And he calls 1905 5,58 | 3). However, only in the unfolding of the history of our lives 1906 3,37 | especially those forms which unfortunately continue to divide and degrade 1907 3,40 | together with forms of uninterest and indifference, dare to 1908 2,22 | from the Risen Christ, in uninterrupted succession from the apostles, 1909 3,42 | various groups, from labour unions to political parties. All 1910 5,64 | secular character" which is "uniquely and properly" theirs.~Besides 1911 2,25 | essential and constant bond uniting each of them and this is 1912 2,27 | and draws them into the universality of the Church. The lay faithful 1913 1,14 | Christ, Lord and King of the Universe, they share in his kingly 1914 3,44 | of education-school and university-in places of scientific and 1915 1,17 | unacclaimed by the world, unknown to the world's great personages 1916 4,55 | of them has a basic and unmistakable character which sets each 1917 4,48 | oftentimes unjustly considered as unproductive, if not directly an insupportable 1918 5,64 | the Lord";~give us your unreserved willingness~for service 1919 4,51 | Gaudium et Spes, which remain unresolved and not at all affected 1920 Intro,3| problems and values, its unrest and hopes, its defeats and 1921 3,42 | solidarity, faithful and unselfish dedication for the good 1922 Intro,5| violated because it has its unshakable foundation in God as Creator 1923 Intro,6| the other hand, totally unsupressible is that human longing experienced 1924 4,56 | is to be hidden or left unused (cf. Mt 25:24-27).~In this 1925 2,26 | the living source for its upbuilding and the sacramental bond 1926 4,48 | to show that the Lord is upright" (Ps 92:15-16). I repeat 1927 5,62 | professional competence and uprightness, their Christian inspired 1928 3,34 | are not less worrying and upsetting when compared with declared 1929 2,26 | established in regions affécted by urban progress or in missionary 1930 5,64 | Exhortation, then, intends to urge the most abundant possible 1931 3,34 | Christian fabric of society is urgently needed in all parts of the 1932 2,28 | it. Such an apostolate is useful at all times and places, 1933 2,24 | directly or indirectly, a usefulness for the ecclesial community, 1934 1,8 | the symbol of the vine and uses it to illustrate various 1935 | using 1936 3,38 | human species, it is of utmost importance that lay Christians 1937 Intro,4| their own the words of truth uttered by Saint Augustine: "You 1938 5 | CHAPTER V~THAT YOU BEAR MUCH FRUIT~ 1939 3,42 | solidarity "is not a feeling of vague compassion or shallow distress 1940 4,54 | always must come to be more valued and enriched through renewal 1941 3,36 | himself, the way that leads in variably through the mystery of the 1942 3,34 | perceived and stated by all in varying degrees-to the problems 1943 3,42 | culture of egoism, hate, the vendetta and hostility, and thereby 1944 2,26 | simply that this old and venerable structure of the parish 1945 3,38 | respecting, even remaining in veneration of, the inviolable dignity 1946 3,37 | human being cries out in vengeance to God and is an offence 1947 5,64 | missionary endeavour. A great venture, both challenging and wonderful, 1948 2,30 | at this time find their verification in the actual fruits that 1949 Intro,2| Fathers have been able to verify how the Holy Spirit continues 1950 Intro,5| that these forms become a veritable and real idolatry. There 1951 2,29 | is the richness and the versatility of resources that the Holy 1952 3,34 | and capable of fostering a viable and working community of 1953 3,37 | the individual who is the victim of the injustice, but still 1954 4,54 | with the Cross of Christ be victorious"(202).~ 1955 3,32 | renewed clarity and increased vigor in all the works of the 1956 4,49 | women are the victims: "Vigorous and incisive pastoral action 1957 2,27 | fond of saying, to be the "village fountain" to which all would 1958 1,8 | and planted it with choice vines ..."((Is 5:1-2).~Jesus himself 1959 3,37 | God. For this reason every violation of the personal dignity 1960 1,16 | nature of Jesus in Mary's virginal womb (cf. Lk 1:35) is the 1961 5,60 | and civic spirit, and the virtues related to social behaviour, 1962 3,42 | and efficiency, can make "virtuous" or "above criticism" the 1963 4,50 | salvific and sanctifying 'visits'"(187).~ 1964 5,62 | religious, offers students a vivid image of the Church and 1965 4,52 | Together with Women~52. Many voices were raised in the Synod 1966 Intro,6| institutional forms and those of a voluntary nature in service to the 1967 4,53 | other healthcare workers, volunteers-that the call becomes the living 1968 4,47 | and become like children. vou will never enter the Kingdom 1969 2,28 | individual, great riches are waiting to be discovered through 1970 1,14 | Christ is formed"(19).~In the wake of the Second Vatican Council( 1971 3,36 | in mind, then, the Church walks and lives, intimately bound 1972 3,43 | doctrine of the Church. I warmly desire to again refer its 1973 4,56 | apostle Peter gives us a stern warning: "As each has received a 1974 2,23 | necessity of the Church warrants it and when ministers are 1975 1,9 | Gal 6:15; 2 Cor 5:17), washed clean from sin and brought 1976 Intro,2| labourers in the vineyard: "Keep watch over your manner of life, 1977 Intro,3| necessary, then, to keep a watchful eye on this our world, with 1978 3,39 | fruitful the more it is watered by the blood of martyrs"( 1979 1,11 | Christ. Rising from the waters of the Baptismal font, every 1980 4,53 | vineyard: the weight that wearies the body's members and dissipates 1981 4,55 | elsewhere the rich harvest of weddings blessed by the Church fills 1982 4,50 | catechetical reflections of the Wednesday General Audiences devoted 1983 Intro,3| gospel records that the weeds and the good grain grew 1984 4,53 | the Lord's vineyard: the weight that wearies the body's 1985 2,27 | a word, to be a house of welcome to all and a place of service 1986 2,18 | Eucharist, when the priest welcomes all with the greeting of 1987 | Whoever 1988 3,41 | thus showed herself to be wholly united around Christ by 1989 3,41 | needs-oftentimes today so serious and widespread-of entire populations. Paradoxically 1990 4,56 | servant, the prince, the widow, the maid and the married 1991 4,52 | love between husband and wife and between members of the 1992 5,61 | the howling waste of the wilderness; / he encircled him, he 1993 3,38 | abortion, euthanasia and willful suicide; all violations 1994 1,15 | social relationships arise, willingly submitting himself to the 1995 3,33 | evangelization. Through the winding passages of history the 1996 4,55 | abundant produce, and the wine-presses of the Lord Jesus overflow 1997 1,8 | it, and dug a pit for the winepress, and built a tower and let 1998 5,61 | young, spreading out its wings, catching them, bearing 1999 3,39 | every people that truly wishes to assure the good of the 2000 3,35 | re-evangelization, the Church cannot withdraw from her ongoing mission 2001 5,57 | cast forth as a branch and withers; and the branches are gathered, 2002 3,33 | by name; no disciple can withhold making a response: "Woe


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