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1 3, 59(260) | Haereses, IV, 20, 7: SC 100/2,p. 648.~ 2 Int, 2(10) | Insegnamenti V/1 (1982), p. 1004.~ 3 3, 52(216) | Cf. Ps 104/103:30.~ 4 3, 52(216) | Cf. Ps 104/103:30.~ 5 3, 59(261) | Spiritu Sancto, IX, 22: PG 32, 110.~ 6 1, 25(96) | Sermo 267, 4, 4: PL 38, 1231; Sermo 268, 2: PL 38, 1232; 7 1, 25(96) | 1231; Sermo 268, 2: PL 38, 1232; In Iohannis Evangelium 8 Int, 2(5) | Acta Leonis, 17 (1898), pp. 125-148; Pius XII, Encyclical 9 1, 20(70) | Sancto, XVI, 39: PG 32, 139.~ 10 3, 50(204) | Is 40:6; 42:10; Ps 145/144:21; Lk 3:6; 1 Pet 1:24.~ 11 3, 50(204) | 34:15; Is 40:6; 42:10; Ps 145/144:21; Lk 3:6; 1 Pet 1: 12 Int, 2(5) | Leonis, 17 (1898), pp. 125-148; Pius XII, Encyclical Mystici 13 2, 30(113) | Cf. Acts 3:14f.; 4:10, 27f.; 7:52; 10:39; 14 3, 58(254) | Adversus Haereses, V, 6, 1: SC 153, pp. 72-80; St. Hilary, 15 3, 58(254) | Evangelium, Bk. I; II: PG 73, 154-158; 246; Bk. IX: PG 74, 16 3, 58(254) | Evangelium, Bk. I; II: PG 73, 154-158; 246; Bk. IX: PG 74, 262; 17 2, 46(183) | cf. St. Augustine, Epist. 185, 11, 48-49: PL 33, 814f.; 18 Int, 2(5) | 1897): Acta Leonis, 17 (1898), pp. 125-148; Pius XII, 19 Int, 2(5) | 1943): AAS 35 (1943), pp. 193-248.~ 20 Int, 2 | Solemnity of Pentecost in 1981. The Holy Spirit was then 21 2, 43 | individual or collective."169 The 1983 Assembly of the Synod of 22 2, 48(189) | 1984), nn. 14-22: AAS 77 (19853, pp. 211-233)~ 23 Conc, 68 | of Pentecost, in the year 1986, the eighth of my Pontificate. ~ ~ 24 3, 49(199) | Mt 1:20f.~ 25 2, 43(170) | 16: AAS 77 (1985), pp. 213-217.~ 26 2, 43(170) | AAS 77 (1985), pp. 213-217.~ 27 1, 19(68) | Lk 3:21f.; cf. Mt 3:16; Mk 1:10.~ 28 2, 47(185) | 18: AAS 77 (1985), pp. 224-228.~ 29 2, 47(187) | 18: AAS 77 (1985), pp. 225f ~ 30 2, 32(124) | 19-22: AAS 77 (1985), pp. 229-233.~ 31 3, 58(254) | I; II: PG 73, 154-158; 246; Bk. IX: PG 74, 262; St. 32 Int, 2(5) | AAS 35 (1943), pp. 193-248.~ 33 3, 58(254) | Trinitate, VIII, 19, 21: PL 10, 250, 252; St. Ambrose, De Spiritu 34 3, 58(254) | VIII, 19, 21: PL 10, 250, 252; St. Ambrose, De Spiritu 35 1, 20(74) | Lk 10:21; cf. Mt 11:25f.~ 36 3, 58(254) | 158; 246; Bk. IX: PG 74, 262; St. Athanasius, Oratio 37 1, 25(96) | 474; St. Augustine, Sermo 267, 4, 4: PL 38, 1231; Sermo 38 1, 25(96) | 4, 4: PL 38, 1231; Sermo 268, 2: PL 38, 1232; In Iohannis 39 1, 25(96) | XXVII, 6: CCL 36, 266, 272f.; St. Gregory the Great, 40 2, 30(113) | Cf. Acts 3:14f.; 4:10, 27f.; 7:52; 10:39; 13:28f.; 41 3, 58(249) | 14: AAS 71 (1979), pp. 284f.~ 42 Conc, 67(295)| Spirit": AAS 67 (1975), pp. 289, 302.~ 43 Conc, 67(295)| AAS 67 (1975), pp. 289, 302.~ 44 2, 46(183) | 16: Ad Claras Aquas VII, 314f.~ 45 2, 46(180) | Mt 12:31f.~ 46 Int, 1 | Councils - of Nicaea (A.D. 325) and Constantinople (A.D. 47 2, 30(110) | III, 17, 2: SC 211, pp. 330-332.~ 48 2, 30(110) | 17, 2: SC 211, pp. 330-332.~ 49 1, 19(67) | Cf. Jn 1:33f.~ 50 3, 49(197) | Lk 1:34f.~ 51 1, 25(96) | Arianos, 22, 23, 24: PG 26, 368f., 372f.; St. John Chrysostom, 52 1, 25(96) | 22, 23, 24: PG 26, 368f., 372f.; St. John Chrysostom, In 53 3, 58(254) | Contra Arianos, 24: PG 26, 374f.; Epist. I ad Serapionem, 54 Int, 1 | and Constantinople (A.D. 381) - at which it was formulated 55 1, 25 | eternal life (cf. Jn 4:14; 7:38ff.), the One through whom 56 1, 24(82) | Rom 1:3f.~ 57 3, 65(283) | De Oratione, 2: PG 11, p. 419-423.~ 58 3, 65(283) | Oratione, 2: PG 11, p. 419-423.~ 59 1, 25(96) | Trinitate, II, 1: PG 39, 449f.; St. Athanasius, Oratio 60 2, 48(190) | Civitate Dei, XIV 28: CCL 48 451~ 61 2, 46 | 46. Against the background 62 2, 42(162) | 3: Ad Claras Aquas, V, 463.~ 63 1, 25(96) | 24, 1: SC 211, pp. 470-474; St. Augustine, Sermo 267, 64 Int, 2(6) | di Paolo VI, XI (1973), 477.~ 65 3, 49(196) | Gal 4:4f.~ 66 3, 58(254) | Homilia XIII, 8: PG 60, 519; St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa 67 3, 58(254) | Trinitate, II, 6-7: PG 39, 523-530; St. John Chrysostom, 68 3, 58(254) | Trinitate, II, 6-7: PG 39, 523-530; St. John Chrysostom, In 69 3, 54 | 54. "God is spirit, and those 70 2, 38(143) | Dei, XIV, 28: CCL 48, p. 541.~ 71 3, 56 | 56. Unfortunately, the resistance 72 3, 58(254) | Ps. XLIX, 2: CCL 38, pp. 575f.; St. Cyril of Alexandria, 73 3, 58 | 58. The mystery of the resurrection 74 3, 58(254) | ad Serapionem, 24: PG 26, 586f.; Didymus the Blind, De 75 1, 25(96) | Expositio, Psal. V, 1: PL 79, 602; Didymus the Blind, De Trinitate, 76 3, 59(260) | IV, 20, 7: SC 100/2,p. 648.~ 77 3, 65 | 65. The breath of the divine 78 3, 66 | 66. In the midst of the problems, 79 3, 58(249) | March 4, 1979), n. 14: AAS 71 (1979), pp. 284f.~ 80 3, 58(254) | Haereses, V, 6, 1: SC 153, pp. 72-80; St. Hilary, De Trinitate, 81 1, 25(96) | Ephesios, Homily IX, 3: PG 62, 72f. St. Thomas Aquinas has 82 3, 58(254) | 154-158; 246; Bk. IX: PG 74, 262; St. Athanasius, Oratio 83 Conc, 67(293)| Cf. Creed Quicumque: DS 75.~ 84 3, 58(254) | Sancto, I, 6, 8: PL 16, 752f.; St. Augustine, Enarr. 85 1, 24(85) | Evangelium, Bk. V, Ch. II: PG 73, 755.~ 86 2, 47(184) | Cf. Ps 81/80:13; Jer 7:24; Mk 3:5.~ 87 2, 46(183) | 185, 11, 48-49: PL 33, 814f.; St. Bonaventure Comment. 88 3, 59(255) | Aquinas, Summa Theo. Ia, q. 93, aa. 4, 5, 8.~ 89 3, 58 | to him and take up their abode with him.254 In the communion 90 2, 43 | type of murder, genocide, abortion, euthanasia, or willful 91 2, 38 | declaring his "death." An absurdity, both in concept and expression! 92 2, 34 | invisible God out of the abundance of his love speaks to men 93 3, 57 | all its forms, means the acceptance of death as the definitive 94 1, 16 | of the Spirit of God is accompanied by many different gifts, 95 2, 44 | convincing concerning sin" which accompanies the human conscience in 96 3, 60 | thereby discovering and accomplishing the full measure of man' 97 2, 42 | transcendent principal agent of the accomplishment of this work in the human 98 1, 17 | person, because he acts in accordance with the will of the Lord, 99 2, 39 | inexpressible, which on account of sin the Book of Genesis 100 2, 30 | is fulfilled with total accuracy. Acting under the influence 101 Conc, 67 | of condemnation by that "accuser" about whom the Book of 102 Conc, 67 | Revelation says that "he accuses them day and night before 103 3, 62 | we unfortunately have to acknowledge the fact that the Millennium 104 Int, 2(5) | Illud Munus (May 9, 1897): Acta Leonis, 17 (1898), pp. 125- 105 2, 39 | picture as personified and actualized in a transcendent way that 106 3, 62 | Christ which this celebration actualizes, and he also learns to " 107 1, 14 | joy."48 For Christ will add to this redemptive "departure" 108 Int, 2(10) | Gentium, n. 4; John Paul II, Address to Those Taking Part in 109 1, 6 | since it is faith that adequately introduces man into the 110 1, 19 | coming of the Messiah and administers the baptism of repentance. 111 Int, 2 | Samaritan woman; the need to adore him "in spirit and truth"11; 112 Int, 2 | Father and the Son he is adored and glorified: a divine 113 1, 25 | hierarchical and charismatic, and adorns her with the fruits of his 114 1, 14 | Master's "departure," an "advantageous" departure, for thanks to 115 3, 56 | the night of a new time of advent. at the end of which, like 116 2, 38 | challenged to become the adversary of God! ~The analysis of 117 2, 38 | independence of earthly affairs" and writes: "For without 118 2, 39 | man which in some way has affected the whole of creation,148 119 3, 60 | this goal."265 Thus they affirm still more strongly the 120 1, 8 | Spirit-Counselor,32 but likewise affirms and promises, in relation 121 1, 16 | bring good tidings to the afflicted; he has sent me to bind 122 3, 53 | look further and go further afield, knowing that "the wind 123 1, 16 | which comes from faith. The aged Simeon, the "righteous and 124 2, 42 | the transcendent principal agent of the accomplishment of 125 1, 5 | another down through the ages. ~The supreme and most complete 126 Conc, 67 | exclaims: "without your aid nothing is in man, nothing 127 Int, 2 | considerations that follow do not aim to explore exhaustively 128 1, 26 | importance of all the initiatives aimed at implementing the Second 129 1, 26 | carefully studied and evaluated, aiming as they do to ensure that 130 3, 56 | order of values and the aims of action which it describes 131 1, 3(16) | Allon parakleton: Jn 14:16.~ 132 2, 44 | Man, therefore, far from allowing himself to be "ensnared" 133 1, 15 | Gospel of the Old Testament." Alluding to the coming of a mysterious 134 3, 49 | to come"; he who is "the Alpha and the Omega, the first 135 3, 58(254) | 21: PL 10, 250, 252; St. Ambrose, De Spiritu Sancto, I, 6, 136 2, 42 | sincere and firm purpose of amendment, sins remain "unforgiven," 137 2, 47(186) | of the United States of America in Boston (October 26, 1946): 138 3, 64 | and what emerges from the analogical sense in which the word 139 1, 25(96) | union presented sometimes as analogous to the relation between 140 2, 41 | presented by men.155 By analogy one can say that the Holy 141 2, 38 | Council indicates when it analyzes the question of the "independence 142 3, 55 | enmity, strife, jealousy, anger, selfishness, dissension, 143 3, 57 | body (insofar as it is "animal") is mortal. If man in his 144 3, 60 | but by that very fact, he animates, purifies and strengthens 145 3, 66 | Counselor, is the guardian and animator of this hope in the heart 146 3, 56 | part of his aphorism, this antagonism is mutual: "The desires 147 3, 59 | up the whole of Christian anthropology: that theory and practice, 148 3, 56 | historical expression as anti-religious "materialism." Against this 149 2, 37 | what could be called the "anti-Word," that is to say the '"anti-truth:" 150 Conc, 67 | day, in the midst of the anxieties, struggles and perils of 151 Conc, 67 | peoples, nations, continents, anxiously hoping to obtain it in the 152 3, 56 | in the second part of his aphorism, this antagonism is mutual: " 153 1, 25(96) | a. 1, ad 3; In Symbolum Apostolorum Expositio, a. IX; In Tertiurn 154 3, 65 | the voice of all those who apparently have no voice - and in this 155 3, 54 | Church's entire life, as will appear in the great Jubilee, means 156 3, 54 | family and history. This appearing of grace in human history, 157 3, 60 | as the Council writes - "appointed Lord by his Resurrection... 158 Conc, 67(295)| Spirit," and likewise "to appreciate the properly spiritual joy 159 2, 43 | subhuman living conditions, arbitrary imprisonment, deportation, 160 2, 40 | Jesus Christ, as man, in the ardent prayer of his Passion, enabled 161 2, 43 | the moral problems which arise both in the life of individuals 162 3, 57 | has only to think of the arms race and of its inherent 163 3, 60 | power of his Spirit. He arouses not only a desire for the 164 1, 19 | repentance. At the sight of him arriving, John proclaims: "Behold, 165 3, 62 | their Risen Lord, who had ascended into heaven, came into their 166 3, 61 | final farewell before he ascends into heaven, he will repeat 167 2, 43 | persons and groups turn aside from blind choice and try 168 3, 56 | spirit" which mark so many aspects of contemporary civilization, 169 1, 26 | sense also the subsequent Assemblies of the Synod of Bishops 170 2, 43 | collective."169 The 1983 Assembly of the Synod of Bishops 171 2, 27 | to be emphasized by the assertion that "judgment" concerns 172 2, 47 | exhortations of St. Paul assume particular eloquence: "Do 173 1, 25 | expresses, the Holy Spirit assumed the invisible - but in a 174 2, 29 | of sin expands, until it assumes a universal dimension by 175 2, 31 | of Israel therefore know assuredly that God has made him both 176 3, 57 | one fail to mention the attacks against human life by terrorism, 177 3, 65 | real conquests and goals attained, man is threatened, humanity 178 2, 43 | inflicted on body or mind, attempts to coerce the will itself; 179 2, 47 | In our own time this attitude of mind and heart is perhaps 180 2, 44 | life. Pulled by manifold attractions, he is constantly forced 181 2, 27 | one might be inclined to attribute to these words independently 182 3, 65 | always echoes that "loud cry" attributed to Christ by the Letter 183 Int, 2(6) | General Audience of June 6, 1973: Insegnamenti 184 1, 6 | will not speak on his own authority, but whatever he hears he 185 1, 16 | all through that interior availability which comes from faith. 186 3, 62 | this present period when we await the end of the second Christian 187 3, 66 | Christian community and who awaited in prayer the coming of 188 Conc, 67 | expression, turns to him and awaits him, invokes him with its 189 3, 55 | presence of the new-born Babe of Bethlehem that he "is 190 1, 20 | understanding and revealed them to babes; yea, Father, for such was 191 3, 55 | with the morally good or bad works, or better the permanent 192 2, 43 | weighs negatively on any balance - sheet of human progress, 193 1, 19 | in John's teaching on the banks of the Jordan they are the 194 1, 9 | Trinitarian formula of baptism: "baptizing them in the name of the 195 3, 60 | mainly from the materialistic bases of thought, practice and 196 2, 44 | are linked with that more basic imbalance rooted in the 197 2, 44 | whole history of man. The battle was joined from the very 198 1, 3 | Counselor,18 being the first bearer and giver of the Good News. 199 3, 58 | St. Paul speaks to God on behalf of believers, to whom he 200 1, 10 | this self-giving, of this being-love.38 He is Person-Love. He 201 Int, 1 | to me and drink. He who believeth in me as the scripture has 202 3, 66 | event of Pentecost does not belong only to the past: the Church 203 Conc, 67 | inmost being; that peace besought by humanity, the human family, 204 2, 31 | time a new beginning of the bestowal of grace and love: "Receive 205 1, 26 | salvific fruits of the Spirit bestowed in the Council is something 206 3, 55 | of the new-born Babe of Bethlehem that he "is set for the 207 2, 40 | returned to the love which was betrayed by Adam through sin. This 208 3, 49 | his mother Mary had been betrothed to Joseph, before they came 209 2, 39 | in the language of the Bible reacts so deeply as to say: " 210 1, 16 | afflicted; he has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted to 211 2, 48 | every fetter by which sin binds man to the whole of the 212 2, 46 | sons of men, and whatever blasphemies they utter; but whoever 213 2, 47 | good and evil will not be blunted. This integrity and sensitivity 214 2, 29 | fallen indeed into the bondage of sin, yet emancipated 215 1, 8 | discourse, he reveals the bonds which unite the Father, 216 2, 37 | an inexpressible way: as bonum diffusivum sui, as creative 217 1, 5(22) | contained and expressed in the books of the Sacred Scripture, 218 2, 47(186) | United States of America in Boston (October 26, 1946): Discorsi 219 3, 55 | Spirit: "Indeed, we have been bought at a great price."241 ~In 220 2, 44 | he feels himself to be boundless in his desires and summoned 221 3, 58 | to whom he declares "I bow my knees before the Father..., 222 1, 15 | the stump of Jesse, and a branch shall grow out of his roots. 223 3, 62 | themselves to the breaking of bread and the prayers," and in 224 2, 29 | crucified and rose again to break the stranglehold of personified 225 1, 24 | goes to the Apostles 'to breathe on them" with that power 226 1, 15 | it constitutes a kind of bridge between the ancient biblical 227 3, 58 | man's "living area" is broadened and raised up to the supernatural 228 3, 57 | for peace, new wars have broken out and are taking place, 229 1, 16 | has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted to proclaim liberty to the 230 2, 40 | the blood of goats and bulls..." purifies in "the flesh," 231 2, 41 | fire from heaven" which burnt the oblations presented 232 2, 43 | dishonor to the Creator"168 ~By calling by their proper name the 233 1, 6 | with faith and confess with candor the mystery of God at work 234 1, 16 | proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the 235 2, 44 | human conscience in every careful reflection upon itself thus 236 3, 55 | sins that could be called "carnal." But he also adds others: " 237 3, 55 | licentiousness... drunkenness, carousing and the like." These are 238 1, 18 | the house of Joseph the carpenter, with Mary, his Virgin Mother. 239 2, 47(186) | Message to the National Catechetical Congress of the United States 240 2, 43 | Vatican Council mentioned the Catholic teaching on conscience when 241 1, 8 | interdependence which could be called causal between the manifestation 242 2, 35 | earth, a source which never ceases to be active. The Spirit 243 Int, 2 | inspiration from this exhortation, celebrating as they do the event of 244 Int, 2 | years has been the Sixteenth Centenary of the First Council of 245 3, 53 | Second Vatican Council, centered primarily on the theme of 246 2, 40 | said in the house of the centurion Cornelius.152 We know of 247 2, 38 | and not as Father. Man is challenged to become the adversary 248 3, 61 | age," does not of course change the fact of his "departure." 249 Conc, 67 | wounds of human existence; he changes the interior dryness of 250 1, 4 | understanding in the midst of changing conditions and circumstances. 251 3, 65 | non-religious or even atheistic character of public life. Prayer always 252 3, 56 | personal and social action, is characteristically atheistic. The order of 253 2, 43 | light and darkness," which characterizes "all of human life, whether 254 2, 44 | is constantly forced to choose among them and to renounce 255 1, 20 | any one to whom the Son chooses to reveal him."75 ~ ~ 256 1, 21 | proper to the Son of Man, the Christ-Messiah, whose humanity belongs 257 2, 44 | context of this relationship Christianity rejects any "fatalism" regarding 258 Int, 2 | Paul VI emphasized: "The Christology and particularly the ecclesiology 259 2, 41(155) | 9:24; 1 Kings 18:38; 2 Chron 7:1.~ 260 2, 36 | this source, through man's claim to become an independent 261 1, 16 | Testament draws a particular clarification from the marvelous light 262 1, 20 | theophany at the Jordan clarifies only in a fleeting way the 263 1, 25 | fulfilled in complete power and clarity upon the Apostles, thus 264 3, 65 | have been helped to gain a clearer idea of the Holy Spirit 265 3, 56 | behavior. It reaches its clearest expression in materialism, 266 2, 44 | wrestle constantly if he is to cling to what is good. Nor can 267 3, 53 | whereby this action was to be closely linked with the mystery 268 1, 22 | narrative that we are brought closest to the truth contained in 269 2, 37 | and in a certain sense the closing up of human freedom in his 270 2, 43 | body or mind, attempts to coerce the will itself; whatever 271 1, 25 | the Apostles gave to their collaborators through the imposition of 272 2, 42(162) | Septem Donis Spiritus Sancti, Collatio II, 3: Ad Claras Aquas, 273 2, 43 | life, whether individual or collective."169 The 1983 Assembly of 274 3, 65 | This is a significant and comforting sign, for from this experience 275 2, 43 | that." This capacity to command what is good and to forbid 276 2, 48 | by the rejection of God's commandments "to the point of contempt 277 1, 12 | God's salvific self-giving commensurate with the "image and likeness" 278 2, 46(183) | 814f.; St. Bonaventure Comment. in Evang. S. Lucae, Ch. 279 2, 33 | concerning the beginning, commented on in the Book of Genesis.125 280 2, 45 | mystery of man, when he comments on the words of the Psalm: " 281 2, 31 | greatest sin that man could commit: the killing of Jesus, the 282 3, 65 | action of the Spirit, their commitment to prayer in harmony with 283 Int, 2 | the awareness that "she is compelled by the Holy Spirit to do 284 3, 55 | superimposing - and a mutual compenetration - of the ontological dimension ( 285 Int, 2 | precisely as the indispensable complement to the teaching of the Council."6 ~ 286 3, 52 | Incarnation. Creation is thus completed by the Incarnation and since 287 1, 23 | The gift made by the Son completes the revelation and giving 288 2, 46 | In this way he brings to completion in human souls the work 289 3, 49 | event. For according to the computation of time this coming is measured 290 3, 63 | of the Church, at times concealing himself and at times revealing 291 3, 50 | according to your word,"201 she conceives in a virginal way a man, 292 2, 28 | 28. Here we wish to concentrate our attention principally 293 2, 27 | assertion that "judgment" concerns only the prince of this 294 3, 62(276) | Sacred Liturgy, Sacrosanctum Concilium, n. 47.~ 295 Conc | CONCLUSION~ ~ 296 3, 59 | particularly strong and conclusive indication of her own apostolic 297 2, 39 | the "suffering" of God is concretized, there will be heard a word 298 2, 44 | the conscience has been conditioned in the course of history. 299 3, 60 | life is hindered by the conditionings and pressures exerted upon 300 3, 63 | sacraments signify grace and confer grace: they signify life 301 2, 42 | are retained." 160 Jesus confers on the Apostles the power 302 1, 18 | hearing."64 In this way he confessed and proclaimed that he was 303 1, 21 | divinity. ~In the magnificent confession of the fatherhood of God, 304 1, 6 | generations of disciples and confessors of the Master. Since they 305 1, 19 | the Jordan. It not only confirms the testimony of John the 306 3, 62 | must fervently strive to conform their thinking and action 307 3, 52 | he "has predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son."218 308 2, 29 | text needs to be read in conjunction with the other passages 309 1, 15 | identify with Jesus, Isaiah connects his person and mission with 310 2, 39 | consciences, that sin is conquered through the sacrifice of 311 Int, 2 | reawakened and deepened in the consciousness of the People of God. In 312 1, 24 | of Jesus whom the Father consecrated with the anointing and sent 313 3, 65 | importance of prayer by consecrating themselves to the praise 314 3, 62(270) | the "Epiclesis" before the Consecration expresses: "Let your Spirit 315 2, 37 | also involves a certain consent to the motivation which 316 3, 55 | the heritage of sin, is a consequence of sin and at the same time 317 3, 56 | to its extreme practical consequences this form of thought, ideology 318 2, 45(177) | abyss means depth, do we not consider that perhaps the heart of 319 2, 39 | Spirit-Love expresses the consideration of human sin in a fresh 320 3, 54 | psychological reality, in considering which St. Augustine said 321 2, 46 | blasphemy" does not properly consist in offending against the 322 2, 36 | creature. The "image of God," consisting in rationality and freedom, 323 1, 7 | this mission of Christ, consolidating and developing in history 324 Int, 1 | himself to human beings, constituting in them the source of eternal 325 1, 26 | the important Conciliar Constitutions Gaudium et Spes and Lumen 326 2, 34 | rationality and freedom as constitutive properties of human nature, 327 3, 57 | that civilization has been constructed? At any rate, even independently 328 2, 41 | tradition, we can say: He consumes this sacrifice with the 329 2, 30 | earth."111 ~These last words contain an echo or reminder of the 330 3, 66 | The Church, moreover, contemplating Mary's mysterious sanctity, 331 3, 52 | culture, every language and continent, all called to salvation. " 332 Conc, 67 | family, peoples, nations, continents, anxiously hoping to obtain 333 3, 61 | coming" of Christ, this continuous coming of his, in order 334 2, 39 | will of the creature-man contrary to the will of God, to the 335 3, 60 | obedience to the Holy Spirit contribute to the manifold "renewal 336 3, 65 | experience there is coming a real contribution to the revival of prayer 337 1, 5 | inspires, guarantees and convalidates the faithful transmission 338 3, 65 | especially in monasteries and convents. So, too, recent years have 339 1, 26 | age. In the light of this conviction one grasps more clearly 340 1, 25 | the first community, whose convictions Luke expresses, the Holy 341 2, 45(176) | Sequence of Pentecost: Reple Cordis Intirna.~ 342 1, 4 | people to understand the correct meaning of the content of 343 2, 43 | establishes and conditions the correspondence of its decisions with the 344 2, 39 | offense against God. What corresponds, in the inscrutable intimacy 345 1, 19 | Spirit. And this testimony is corroborated by another testimony of 346 3, 57 | Everything that is material is corruptible, and therefore the human 347 Int, 1 | from the name of the two Councils - of Nicaea (A.D. 325) and 348 1, 15 | understanding, the spirit of counsel and might, the spirit of 349 3, 52 | nation, every race, every country and culture, every language 350 2, 27 | come to you."103 ~But what counts more is the explanation 351 2, 30 | certainly would not have had the courage to say before: Men of Israel,... 352 3, 51 | thus Mary is greeted by her cousin Elizabeth, herself "full 353 2, 42 | Tradition of the Old and New Covenants. For the first words uttered 354 2, 39 | an act of the will of the creature-man contrary to the will of 355 1, 14 | the Spirit of his Son who cries: Abba, Father!" As the Apostle 356 3, 57 | darker "signs of death": a custom has become widely established - 357 2, 41 | about the Holy Spirit finds daily expression in the Roman 358 2, 28 | judgment," that is from the damnation which has been inflicted 359 2, 47 | The Church prays that the dangerous sin against the Spirit will 360 Conc, 67 | and in spite of increasing dangers she does not cease to trust, 361 3, 57 | life-giving Spirit from the dark shades of materialistic 362 3, 57 | there are gathering ever darker "signs of death": a custom 363 2, 31 | O happy fault!" in the deacon's proclamation of the Resurrection 364 3, 57 | of our planet marked by death-dealing poverty and famine. It is 365 3, 65 | reality of man's spiritual decadence, individuals and whole communities, 366 3, 57 | and of the illusions or deceptions deriving from the development 367 1, 17 | by virtue of the Lord's decision or choice. Even though in 368 2, 43 | the correspondence of its decisions with the commands and prohibitions 369 2, 47 | Pope Pius XII had already declared that "the sin of the century 370 3, 58 | of believers, to whom he declares "I bow my knees before the 371 2, 38 | has reached the point of declaring his "death." An absurdity, 372 2, 47 | she prays that it will decrease in human souls - and consequently 373 3, 55 | Spirit you put to death the deeds of the body you will live."239 ~ 374 Int, 2 | constantly reawakened and deepened in the consciousness of 375 1, 10 | reality and an inexpressible deepening of the concept of person 376 Int, 2 | move us to penetrate ever deeper into the Trinitarian mystery 377 3, 56 | may perhaps lead to fresh defeats for humanity. But the Church 378 2, 39 | God any pain deriving from deficiencies or wounds; but in the "depths 379 3, 49 | measurement of time in common use defines years, centuries and millennia 380 2, 30 | delivered up according to the definite plan and foreknowledge of 381 1, 15 | fear of the Lord. And his delight shall be the fear of the 382 1, 16 | chosen, in whom my soul delights; I have put my Spirit upon 383 2, 44 | ontological and ethical dependence upon the Creator. The Holy 384 2, 36 | existence and essence he depends on the Creator. According 385 2, 43 | arbitrary imprisonment, deportation, slavery, prostitution, 386 3, 60 | human spirit, ultimately deprive the human spirit of the 387 3, 60 | various determinisms which derive mainly from the materialistic 388 3, 56 | considers certain facts as derived from matter (epiphenomena), 389 2, 48 | great human family will not descend toward the pole of sin, 390 2, 40 | subjected to sin, in the descendants of the first Adam, in Jesus 391 1, 25 | that is to say with the descent of the Holy Spirit on the 392 1, 13 | I will send him to you." Describing his "departure" as a condition 393 3, 66 | disappointments and hopes, desertions and returns of these times 394 2, 29 | anew according to God's design and reach its fulfillment."107 395 1, 24 | Apostle Paul writes, is "designated Son of God in power according 396 3, 61 | are: "I will not leave you desolate; I will come to you."268 397 Conc, 67 | grieves and is tempted to despair. ~And therefore the same 398 3, 57 | measure of human hopes or despairs, and of the illusions or 399 3, 57 | taking place, wars which destroy the lives or the health 400 2, 42 | Holy Spirit all evils are destroyed and all good things are 401 1, 24 | Holy Spirit.'"86 ~All the details of this key-text of John' 402 3, 51 | who believed" we seem to detect a distant (but in fact very 403 2, 43 | depths of his conscience, man detects a law which he does not 404 2, 35 | gift and the love which determine the beginning of the world 405 3, 58 | power of the Holy Spirit and determined his new coming, his new 406 1, 25 | upon the Apostles, thus determining the birth of the Church. 407 3, 50(204) | for example, Gen 9: 11; Deut 5:26; Job 34:15; Is 40:6; 408 1, 7 | Christ, consolidating and developing in history its salvific 409 2, 47 | Reconciliatio et Paenitentia devotes many pages.185 Pope Pius 410 Int, 2 | succeeded by a new study of and devotion to the Holy Spirit, precisely 411 1, 16 | Simeon, the "righteous and devout man" upon whom "rested the 412 Int, 2(6) | June 6, 1973: Insegnamenti di Paolo VI, XI (1973), 477.~ 413 3, 56 | ideology and praxis is dialectical and historical materialism, 414 3, 53 | unseen way. For, since Christ died for all, and since the ultimate 415 3, 64 | race which in itself is differentiated in various ways - has from 416 2, 37 | inexpressible way: as bonum diffusivum sui, as creative love. Who 417 1, 11 | accomplished by the Son in the dimensions of the earthly history of 418 3, 59 | himself without undergoing any diminishing, is present in each subject 419 3, 66 | same time this prayer is directed toward a precise moment 420 3, 63 | her history, and always directing her steps. All of this happens 421 2, 38 | Creator the creature would disappear...when God is forgotten 422 3, 66 | the midst of the problems, disappointments and hopes, desertions and 423 1, 26 | prince of this world."98 This discernment in implementing the Council' 424 2, 47(186) | Boston (October 26, 1946): Discorsi e Radiomessaggi, VIII (1946), 425 2, 40 | sin. This new humanity is discovered precisely in the divine 426 3, 55 | it is not a question of discriminating against and condemning the 427 Conc, 67 | purifies from everything that "disfigures" man, from "what is unclean"; 428 2, 43 | and children; as well as disgraceful working conditions, where 429 Conc, 67 | to implore for all and dispense to all those gifts of the 430 3, 55 | or better the permanent dispositions - virtues and vices - which 431 2, 38 | of man, as if man were dispossessed of his own humanity when, 432 3, 55 | jealousy, anger, selfishness, dissension, party spirit, envy."235 433 1, 25(96) | Tertiurn Librum Sententiarum, Dist. XIII, q. 2, a. 2, Quaestiuncula 434 1, 17 | there is no suggestion of a distinction of subjects, or of the Divine 435 1, 22 | own Person, in order to distribute that gift by means of this 436 2, 46 | accomplished by Christ, and distributes its fruits. Blasphemy against 437 3, 49 | of the Holy Spirit."198 Disturbed by this turn of events, 438 2, 46 | words of Jesus, shocking and disturbing ones, become easier to understand. 439 3, 66 | however widely scattered and diverse, may persevere in hope: 440 Int, 2 | Encyclicals Redemptor Hominis and Dives in Misericordia took their 441 1, 5(22) | The divinely revealed truths, which are 442 3, 55 | other, to prevent you from doing what you would."234 There 443 3, 60 | pressures exerted upon him by dominating structures and mechanisms 444 Conc, 67(295)| Exhortation, Gaudete in Domino, published by Pope Paul 445 [Title] | Dominum et vivificantem~ ~ 446 2, 42(162) | Bonaventure, De Septem Donis Spiritus Sancti, Collatio 447 2, 42 | opens to the Holy Spirit the door into man's inmost being, 448 2, 43 | not humanly possible to doubt, even without any direct 449 1, 25 | Second Vatican Council: "Doubtless, the Holy Spirit was already 450 1, 19 | him in bodily form, as a dove"68 and at the same time " 451 2, 43 | all this as a stage in "a dramatic struggle between good and 452 3, 49 | following explanation in a dream: "Do not fear to take Mary 453 Int, 1 | thirst let him come to me and drink. He who believeth in me 454 3, 55 | impurity, licentiousness... drunkenness, carousing and the like." 455 Conc, 67 | he changes the interior dryness of souls, transforming them 456 Conc, 67(293)| Cf. Creed Quicumque: DS 75.~ 457 3, 58 | life itself and becomes a "dwelling-place of the Holy Spirit," a living 458 Int, 2 | faith and is the source and dynamic power of the Church's renewal.10 459 2, 45 | And in all this wonderful dynamism of conversion-forgiveness 460 2, 47(186) | October 26, 1946): Discorsi e Radiomessaggi, VIII (1946), 461 Int, 1 | has proclaimed since the earliest centuries her faith in the 462 Conc, 67 | minds; he brings "rest" and "ease" in the midst of the heat 463 2, 46 | disturbing ones, become easier to understand. We might 464 2, 38 | ideology of the "death of God" easily demonstrates in its effects 465 2, 37 | description given in Genesis it is easy to see the difference of 466 Int, 2 | one of the most important ecclesial events of recent years has 467 1, 26 | was in a special way an "ecclesiological" Council: a Council on the 468 3, 56 | spirit," as exhortations echoing in the night of a new time 469 3, 57 | problems that are not only economic but also and above all ethical. 470 3, 62(275) | Vatican Council, Decree on Ecumensim, Unitatis Redintegratio, 471 2, 33 | in an act committed as an effect of the temptation which 472 3, 55 | the Paschal Mystery has effected our justification, obtaining 473 3, 59 | social communion.256 The effective knowledge and full implementation 474 2, 33 | becomes particularly clear and efficacious. This is expressed by St. 475 Conc, 68 | Pentecost, in the year 1986, the eighth of my Pontificate. ~ ~ 476 1, 3 | John. Each one adds a new element to that prediction and promise. 477 3, 56 | time and place, in order to eliminate it from society and from 478 1, 12 | the Spirit of God (ruah Elohim) was moving over the face 479 2, 29 | the bondage of sin, yet emancipated now by Christ. He was crucified 480 Conc, 67 | Church with her heart which embraces all human hearts implores 481 3, 51 | through the Spirit's power now emerge from the memory of the Church. 482 3, 64 | But what matters and what emerges from the analogical sense 483 2, 42 | the week" give particular emphasis to the presence of the Paraclete-Counselor 484 3, 56 | the great Jubilee we must emphasize the "desires of the spirit," 485 1, 3 | Sacred Scripture finds so emphatic an expression as here. ~ ~ 486 3, 55 | the Romans and Galatians) enable us to know and feel vividly 487 2, 40 | ardent prayer of his Passion, enabled the Holy Spirit, who had 488 Conc, 67 | hidden place of the salvific encounter with the Holy Spirit, with 489 2, 27 | the incredulity that Jesus encountered among "his own," beginning 490 2, 47 | convincing concerning sin," encounters in a person in this condition 491 Int, 2 | certain sense, my previous Encyclicals Redemptor Hominis and Dives 492 3, 65 | heart of man in all the endless range of the most varied 493 3, 52 | Christ is in his humanity endowed with personhood by the Word 494 3, 63 | power of the Redemption endures and develops in the history 495 2, 29 | carries the marks of his energies, his tragedies, and his 496 1, 21 | his own "I," inspires and enlivens his action from the depths. 497 3, 55 | But he also adds others: "enmity, strife, jealousy, anger, 498 | enough 499 2, 44 | allowing himself to be "ensnared" in his sinful condition, 500 1, 5 | witness of the Apostles ensures its human expression in


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