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501 Conc, 67 | transmits to all, unceasingly entering into the history of the 502 3, 58 | from the Holy Spirit, man enters a "new life," is brought 503 2, 36 | and evil. The words of the enticement, that is to say the temptation, 504 Int, 2 | Divinum Illud Munus (1897) entirely devoted to the Holy Spirit; 505 1, 15 | also accomplished in its entirety the mission of the Messiah, 506 3, 55 | dissension, party spirit, envy."235 All of this constitutes 507 1, 25(96) | Chrysostom, In Epistolam ad Ephesios, Homily IX, 3: PG 62, 72f. 508 3, 62(270) | This is what the "Epiclesis" before the Consecration 509 3, 56 | as derived from matter (epiphenomena), since according to this 510 1, 25 | continues to be transmitted in Episcopal Ordination. The bishops 511 Int, 2 | published the Encyclical Epistle Divinum Illud Munus (1897) 512 1, 25(96) | St. John Chrysostom, In Epistolam ad Ephesios, Homily IX, 513 3, 65 | present and in the future, equally widespread is the presence 514 2, 39 | sin contains, and this is equivalent to revealing the mystery 515 3, 65 | from himself, from his own errors and mistakes that often 516 2, 46 | Spirit does not allow one to escape from one's self-imposed 517 2, 43 | the objective norm which establishes and conditions the correspondence 518 | etc 519 Conc, 67 | to which the Father has eternally "predestined" human beings, 520 2, 43 | murder, genocide, abortion, euthanasia, or willful self-destruction, 521 1, 26 | be carefully studied and evaluated, aiming as they do to ensure 522 3, 56 | method of interpreting and evaluating facts, and likewise as a 523 2, 46(183) | Bonaventure Comment. in Evang. S. Lucae, Ch. XIV, 15-16: 524 2, 45 | accomplished: this is the evangelical "metanoia." ~The laborious 525 3, 49 | the Holy Spirit." ~The two Evangelists to whom we owe the narrative 526 2, 41 | Holy Spirit may "make us an everlasting gift to you." ~ ~ 527 1, 16 | this time forth and for evermore."60 ~The prophetic texts 528 3, 55 | confirmation of it. This is part of everyday experience. As the Apostle 529 3, 53 | pneumatological one, which becomes evident above all in those who expressly 530 2, 42 | gifts of the Holy Spirit all evils are destroyed and all good 531 1, 10 | becomes totally gift, an exchange of mutual love between the 532 2, 46 | According to such an exegesis, "blasphemy" does not properly 533 3, 60 | conditionings and pressures exerted upon him by dominating structures 534 Int, 2 | follow do not aim to explore exhaustively the extremely rich doctrine 535 2, 29 | specified meaning of sin expands, until it assumes a universal 536 3, 60 | fostering the development and expansion of the human spirit, ultimately 537 3, 57 | Yes, we groan, but in an expectation filled with unflagging hope, 538 2, 44 | one hand, as a creature he experiences his limitations in a multitude 539 3, 65 | danger, and indeed already experiencing the frightful reality of 540 2, 27 | from the beginning has been exploiting the work of creation against 541 Int, 2 | that follow do not aim to explore exhaustively the extremely 542 1, 7 | he will take" by clearly expressing the divine and Trinitarian 543 3, 50 | acquires a special wealth and expressiveness in the text of John's Gospel: '' 544 3, 53 | evident above all in those who expressly accept Christ: "In him [ 545 2, 31 | Resurrection when he sings the "Exsultet. " ~ ~ 546 1, 11 | God's eternal plan, as an extension of the ineffable communion 547 Int, 2 | have jealously guarded the extraordinary riches of the teachings 548 3, 56 | most and carried to its extreme practical consequences this 549 Int, 2 | explore exhaustively the extremely rich doctrine on the Holy 550 1, 24(83) | Ez 36:26f.; cf. Jn 7:37-39; 551 2, 44 | Council rightly sees sin as a factor of alienation which weighs 552 3, 51 | surpassed every human idea and faculty. "Blessed is she who believed!"205: 553 2, 44 | does what he would not, and fails to do what he would."171 554 3, 55 | patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control."236 555 2, 29 | sustained by its Maker's love, fallen indeed into the bondage 556 2, 37 | time there is a complete falsification of the truth about who God 557 2, 37 | truth about man becomes falsified: who man is and what are 558 2, 37 | suspicion." He seeks to "falsify'' Good itself; the absolute 559 3, 57 | death-dealing poverty and famine. It is a question of problems 560 2, 29 | that this world might be fashioned anew according to God's 561 2, 44 | Christianity rejects any "fatalism" regarding sin. As the Council 562 2, 39 | inscrutable and indescribable fatherly "pain" will bring about 563 3, 65 | and conditions, sometimes favorable and sometimes unfavorable 564 3, 55 | Galatians) enable us to know and feel vividly the strength of 565 3, 52 | heirs, heirs of God and fellow heirs with Christ."215 Sanctifying 566 1, 19 | Nazareth, rejected by his own fellow-citizens, is exalted before the eyes 567 Conc, 67 | transforming them into the fertile fields of grace and holiness. 568 3, 62 | example of the Apostles, must fervently strive to conform their 569 2, 47 | implores with the greatest fervor that there will be no increase 570 2, 48 | means the breaking of every fetter by which sin binds man to 571 3, 50 | Annunciation Mary utters her "fiat": "Be it done unto me according 572 3, 66 | virgin, who keeps...the fidelity she has pledged to her Spouse. 573 1, 15 | Isaiah, sometimes called "the Fifth Gospel" or "the Gospel of 574 1, 15 | veiled reference to the figure of the future Messiah there 575 Int, 2 | and truth"11; the hope of finding in him the secret of love 576 3, 56 | humanity. But the Church firmly believes that on God's part 577 2, 30 | offering to the Father the first-fruits of all the nations."110 ~ 578 1, 5 | another passage.21 This human, first-hand and "historical" witness 579 2, 47 | which could be described as fixed by reason of a free choice. 580 Conc, 67 | civilization of love, the Church fixes her eyes on him who is the 581 1, 20 | Jordan clarifies only in a fleeting way the mystery of Jesus 582 3, 58 | Spirit, can develop and flourish only by the Spirit's action. 583 2, 29 | the "world": "The Council focuses its attention on the world 584 2, 39 | salvific love itself. Man has followed the "father of lies," setting 585 1, 10 | derives as from its source (fons vivus) all giving of gifts 586 2, 43 | command what is good and to forbid evil, placed in man by the 587 2, 44 | attractions, he is constantly forced to choose among them and 588 2, 30 | to the definite plan and foreknowledge of God, you crucified and 589 3, 52 | is, those whom God has "foreknown" and whom he "has predestined 590 3, 55 | in Jerusalem, in order to foretell in the presence of the new-born 591 2, 38 | disappear...when God is forgotten the creature itself grows 592 3, 62 | prayers," and in this way they formed a community united by the 593 3, 55 | of the flesh are plain: fornication, impurity, licentiousness... 594 | forty 595 2, 30 | Upper Room, Peter comes forward and speaks before a multitude 596 3, 60 | social factors, instead of fostering the development and expansion 597 3, 56 | idealistic illusion," to be fought with the most suitable means 598 1, 25 | the Spirit of life, the fountain of water springing up to 599 Int, 2 | expression in the words which are frequently used to begin the Eucharistic 600 2, 34 | his love speaks to men as friends and lives among them, so 601 2, 34 | ultimately means a call to friendship, in which the transcendent " 602 3, 65 | already experiencing the frightful reality of man's spiritual 603 3, 57 | remains for him an impassable frontier and limit. Hence one can 604 Conc, 67 | hard he softens," what is "frozen he warms," what is "wayward 605 1, 22 | was made man, in order to fulfill the messianic prophecies. 606 1, 25 | Spirit they felt capable of fulfilling the mission entrusted to 607 1, 22 | is revealed in a new and fuller way. He is not only the 608 3, 52 | give life, which in its fullest form is in God, except by 609 3, 56 | world and above all in man. Fundamentally this is because it does 610 1, 25 | fellowship and service. He furnishes and directs her with various 611 3, 57 | natural point of death. Furthermore, despite many noble efforts 612 3, 65 | who have been helped to gain a clearer idea of the Holy 613 3, 57 | horizon of our era there are gathering ever darker "signs of death": 614 Conc, 67(295)| important Apostolic Exhortation, Gaudete in Domino, published by 615 2, 29 | which that family lives. It gazes upon the world which is 616 2, 37 | there appears the perverse "genius of suspicion." He seeks 617 2, 43 | such as any type of murder, genocide, abortion, euthanasia, or 618 1, 25(96) | Missionary Activity, Ad Gentes,~ 619 3, 55 | goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control."236 From 620 2, 40 | his "departure" through Gethsemani and Golgotha, the same Christ 621 1, 24 | Then the disciples were glad when they saw the Lord. 622 2, 39 | anthropomorphic vision seems to glimpse in the "depths of God" and 623 1, 7 | the Spirit of truth] will glorify me, for he will take what 624 3, 60 | earth submissive to this goal."265 Thus they affirm still 625 3, 65 | despite the real conquests and goals attained, man is threatened, 626 2, 40 | Covenant in which "the blood of goats and bulls..." purifies in " 627 2, 40 | Therefore he "was heard for his godly fear. Although he was a 628 2, 36 | will be like God ["like gods"], knowing good and evil."137 ~" 629 3, 55 | peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, 630 Int, 2 | God himself, through the Gospels, the Fathers and the liturgy: 631 3, 66 | is through "his singular graces and offices...intimately 632 1, 20 | Father, for such was your gracious will.'"74 Jesus rejoices 633 1, 20 | This mystery would be gradually revealed and confirmed by 634 3, 58 | At this level the Spirit grafts the "root of immortality,"250 635 1, 16 | also be the mediator in granting this Spirit to the whole 636 2, 27 | will restore to him when he grants him the glory of the Resurrection 637 2, 45 | Conciliar texts speak of so graphically. This laborious effort of 638 1, 26 | light of this conviction one grasps more clearly the great importance 639 3, 55 | by the Spirit, and do not gratify the desires of the flesh. 640 3, 57 | more and more aware of the grave situation of vast areas 641 3, 59 | of ensuring that an ever greater number of people "may fully 642 2, 39(145) | In Greek the verb is parakalem, which 643 3, 51 | believed!"205: thus Mary is greeted by her cousin Elizabeth, 644 3, 51 | Spirit."206 In the words of greeting addressed to her "who believed" 645 Conc, 67 | whom the Church unceasingly greets on the threshold of the 646 1, 25(96) | CCL 36, 266, 272f.; St. Gregory the Great, In Septem Psalmos 647 2, 47 | quench the Spirit"; "Do not grieve the Holy Spirit."188 But 648 Conc, 67 | consolation," when the human heart grieves and is tempted to despair. ~ 649 1, 13 | to futility..., has been groaning in travail together until 650 2, 38 | root out religion on the grounds that religion causes the 651 3, 65 | many communities there is a growing awareness that, even with 652 3, 53 | Holy Spirit, which is the guarantee of our inheritance, until 653 1, 5 | of the Spirit inspires, guarantees and convalidates the faithful 654 Int, 2 | Churches, which have jealously guarded the extraordinary riches 655 Conc, 67 | he becomes the "sweet guest of the soul," whom the Church 656 2, 27 | Spirit of truth will show the guilt cf the "world" in condemning 657 2, 46 | has forgiveness, but is guilty of an eternal sin."181 ~ 658 1, 24 | power, the sources of which gush forth in the inscrutable 659 1, 15 | have heard about the recent happenings in Judea...after the baptism 660 Conc, 67 | from the Holy Spirit that happiness which only in God has its 661 2, 31 | at the Easter Vigil, "O happy fault!" in the deacon's 662 Conc, 67 | grace and holiness. What is "hard he softens," what is "frozen 663 2, 29 | on the Cross. But one can hardly fail to notice that this 664 2, 47 | Scripture usually calls "hardness of heart."184 In our own 665 2, 43 | society, but they do more harm to those who practice them 666 3, 65 | mistakes that often make harmful his very conquests. And 667 3, 65 | commitment to prayer in harmony with the Church and her 668 2, 38 | God, even to the point of hating him: "Love of self to the 669 Conc, 67 | from "what is unclean"; he heals even the deepest wounds 670 2, 47 | not be lost, that their healthy sensitivity with regard 671 1, 20 | Jesus to say still more. We hear: "All things have been delivered 672 1, 18 | has been fulfilled in your hearing."64 In this way he confessed 673 1, 6 | authority, but whatever he hears he will speak, and he will 674 Conc, 67 | ease" in the midst of the heat of the day, in the midst 675 1, 12 | beginning God created the heavens and the earth..., and the 676 2, 44 | alienation which weighs heavily on man's personal and social 677 2, 30 | not possible for him to be held by it."112 ~Jesus had foretold 678 2, 44 | at the same time, of the hereditary sinfulness of human nature. 679 2, 31 | the Roman liturgy does not hesitate to repeat every year, at 680 1, 25 | with various gifts, both hierarchical and charismatic, and adorns 681 3, 66 | moment of history which highlights the "fullness of time" marked 682 3, 58(254) | SC 153, pp. 72-80; St. Hilary, De Trinitate, VIII, 19, 683 3, 60 | s growth in this life is hindered by the conditionings and 684 2, 29 | this more "limited" and historically specified meaning of sin 685 2, 38 | a process of thought and historico-sociological practice in which the rejection 686 1, 12 | Let us make": can one hold that the plural which the 687 1, 19 | 19. Even though in his hometown of Nazareth Jesus is not 688 3, 58(254) | Chrysostom, In Epist. ad Romanos Homilia XIII, 8: PG 60, 519; St. 689 1, 25(96) | In Epistolam ad Ephesios, Homily IX, 3: PG 62, 72f. St. Thomas 690 Conc, 67 | nations, continents, anxiously hoping to obtain it in the prospect 691 2, 28 | reference to "judgment," vast horizons open up for understanding " 692 2, 31(120) | Hos 14:14 Vulgate; cf. 1 Cor 693 1, 20 | their labors, "in that same hour [Jesus rejoiced in the Holy 694 3, 60 | strives to make its life more humane and to render the earth 695 3, 50 | of God. By means of this "humanization" of the Word-Son the self-communication 696 2, 43 | moral order which it is not humanly possible to doubt, even 697 3, 58 | in close union with and humble service to the Spirit. ~ 698 Int, 2 | In the course of the last hundred years this has been done 699 3, 57 | the lives or the health of hundreds of thousands of people. 700 3, 49 | this be, since I have no husband?" and she receives this 701 1, 26 | Constitution: "For theirs (i.e., of the disciples of Christ) 702 3, 56 | understood as a kind of "idealistic illusion," to be fought 703 3, 49 | themselves on this matter in an identical way. According to Luke, 704 1, 15 | Testament revelation will identify with Jesus, Isaiah connects 705 3, 56 | the "flesh," also in its ideological and historical expression 706 2, 38 | age, when the atheistic ideologies seek to root out religion 707 2, 31 | Jesus of Nazareth to an ignominious death, he bears witness 708 2, 46(183) | Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theo. IIa - IIae, q. 14, a. 3: cf. 709 3, 50(200) | Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theo. IIIa, q. 2, aa. 10-12; q. 6, 710 3, 53 | therefore, bears within iitself both a Christological aspect 711 3, 56 | as a kind of "idealistic illusion," to be fought with the 712 3, 57 | or despairs, and of the illusions or deceptions deriving from 713 2, 47 | of God that reveals and illustrates the mystery of man. It is 714 2, 44 | linked with that more basic imbalance rooted in the heart of man. 715 2, 44 | The truth is that the imbalances under which the modern world 716 3, 54 | present in it, and in a sense immanent, penetrating it and giving 717 1, 19 | the Jordan they are the immediate introduction to the new 718 3, 62 | Christians, right from the days immediately following the coming down 719 3, 58 | Spirit grafts the "root of immortality,"250 from which the new 720 3, 54 | remaining inviolable and immutable in his absolute transcendence. ~ 721 2, 47 | resistance, as it were an impenetrability of conscience, a state of 722 3, 55 | essential and inevitable imperfection in contrast to him, the 723 3, 59 | effective knowledge and full implementation of this truth of his being 724 3, 59 | are one' (Jn 17:21-22)...implied a certain likeness between 725 2, 42 | a true conversion, which implies inner contrition, and without 726 2, 43 | a law which he does not impose upon himself, but which 727 1, 25 | collaborators through the imposition of hands continues to be 728 2, 46 | oneself up in sin, thus making impossible one's conversion, and consequently 729 2, 43 | Rather there is profoundly imprinted upon it a principle of obedience 730 2, 31 | is referred - under the impulse of the Spirit poured out 731 3, 55 | are plain: fornication, impurity, licentiousness... drunkenness, 732 2, 37 | Satan. The human spirit is incapable of reaching such a degree.139 733 3, 58 | because it is spiritual and incorruptible. At this level the Spirit 734 2, 47 | fervor that there will be no increase in the world of the sin 735 2, 27 | this passage, means the incredulity that Jesus encountered among " 736 2, 38 | analyzes the question of the "independence of earthly affairs" and 737 2, 39 | word, this inscrutable and indescribable fatherly "pain" will bring 738 2, 27 | Holy Spirit to the words indicating his "departure" through 739 3, 59 | particularly strong and conclusive indication of her own apostolic tasks. 740 3, 63 | mission, as it were within the indivisible presence of the Holy Spirit, 741 2, 36 | the sacred text, are an inducement to transgress this prohibition - 742 3, 55 | the world's essential and inevitable imperfection in contrast 743 2, 43 | others of their kind are infamies indeed. They poison human 744 3, 49 | narrative of the birth and infancy of Jesus of Nazareth express 745 1, 25 | and the Apostles go to the inhabitants and the pilgrims who had 746 3, 53 | is the guarantee of our inheritance, until we acquire possession 747 3, 58 | by the Church, which has inherited and which carries on the 748 2, 31 | 31. Beginning from this initial witness at Pentecost and 749 1, 26 | great importance of all the initiatives aimed at implementing the 750 2, 43 | those who suffer from the injury. Moreover, they are a supreme 751 2, 32 | concerning the death of the innocent Lamb, as happens on the 752 2, 31 | rejection of Christ is linked inseparably with the witness to be borne 753 1, 4 | particular way, will continue to inspire the spreading of the Gospel 754 3, 55 | the old man Simeon who, inspired by the Spirit, came to the 755 3, 57 | threatens to become almost an institution - of taking the lives of 756 Int, 1 | The Church, therefore, instructed by the words of Christ, 757 2, 43 | the will itself; whatever insults human dignity, such as subhuman 758 3, 66 | with virginal purity an integral faith, a firm hope, and 759 3, 59 | person, but as one open to integration and social communion.256 760 1, 6 | correlation of content and intention with the just-mentioned 761 1, 8 | emphasizes the relationship of interdependence which could be called causal 762 2, 45 | that "reprobation" which is interiorized in the "heart" of the Trinity 763 2, 45 | of remorse: man suffers interiorly because f the evil he has 764 3, 56 | activity, cannot but reject the internal and external tendencies 765 3, 59 | transcendent reality of interpersonal gift, giving himself in 766 3, 56 | follows, according to this interpretation, that religion can only 767 2, 40 | aware of other possible interpretations, our considerations on the 768 1, 5(22) | Scripture must be "read and interpreted with the help of the same 769 3, 56 | practical form: as a method of interpreting and evaluating facts, and 770 1, 13 | original fall onwards - sin has intervened, sin which is in contradiction 771 1, 3 | time they are intimately interwoven, not only from the viewpoint 772 2, 45(176) | Pentecost: Reple Cordis Intirna.~ 773 Conc, 67 | turns the Church, along the intricate paths of man's pilgrimage 774 2, 48 | range of the "judgment," and introduced into that righteousness 775 1, 6 | is faith that adequately introduces man into the reality of 776 3, 54 | the world, while remaining inviolable and immutable in his absolute 777 2, 34 | among them, so that he may invite and take them into fellowship 778 3, 66 | prayer is this unceasing invocation, in which "the Spirit himself 779 Conc, 67 | turns to him and awaits him, invokes him with its own being. 780 2, 37 | disobedience" but also involves a certain consent to the 781 3, 57 | that passes away, "we groan inwardly as we wait for...the redemption 782 1, 25(96) | 268, 2: PL 38, 1232; In Iohannis Evangelium Tractatus, XXV, 783 1, 17 | But the latter is not an isolated and independent person, 784 3, 59(260) | Irenaeus, Adversus Haereses, IV, 20, 7: SC 100/2,p. 648.~ 785 Int, 2 | Oriental Churches, which have jealously guarded the extraordinary 786 3, 55 | others: "enmity, strife, jealousy, anger, selfishness, dissension, 787 2, 47(184) | Cf. Ps 81/80:13; Jer 7:24; Mk 3:5.~ 788 1, 24 | disciples were, for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood among 789 3, 50(204) | example, Gen 9: 11; Deut 5:26; Job 34:15; Is 40:6; 42:10; Ps 790 1, 22 | of Christ the Son, the Johannine text says that the Holy 791 1, 26 | the Holy Spirit in their journey to the kingdom of their 792 1, 20 | Master,73 while they were joyfully recounting the fruits of 793 2, 27 | sin and righteousness and judgement." ~The context too seems 794 2, 45 | commands and forbids but also Judges in the light of interior 795 1, 6 | content and intention with the just-mentioned prediction and promise, 796 2, 31 | ministry of the apostolic kerygma in the early Church, is 797 3, 49 | of the Incarnation, this key-mystery of the faith, by making 798 3, 56 | reality and accepted as the key-principle of personal and social action, 799 1, 24 | All the details of this key-text of John's Gospel have their 800 2, 30 | of God, you crucified and killed by the hands of lawless 801 2, 31 | that man could commit: the killing of Jesus, the Son of God, 802 3, 55 | love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 803 2, 41(155) | Cf. 9:24; 1 Kings 18:38; 2 Chron 7:1.~ 804 Conc, 67 | and peace. ~Before him I kneel at the end of these considerations, 805 3, 58 | whom he declares "I bow my knees before the Father..., that 806 2, 36 | transgression of a prohibition laid down by God.136 But in the 807 2, 30 | multitude of people of different languages, gathered for the feast. 808 1, 26 | the Holy Spirit - become a lasting treasure for the People 809 2, 30 | and killed by the hands of lawless men. But God raised him 810 2, 40 | Although he was a Son, he learned obedience through what he 811 1, 25 | Apostles speak of this at length and in many passages, which 812 Int, 2(5) | Munus (May 9, 1897): Acta Leonis, 17 (1898), pp. 125-148; 813 3, 55 | words (especially in the Letters to the Romans and Galatians) 814 2, 38 | theoretical and practical" levels it is the ideology of the " 815 3, 60 | thus contains a message of liberation by the power of the Spirit, 816 1, 16 | brokenhearted to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the 817 1, 25(96) | Expositio, a. IX; In Tertiurn Librum Sententiarum, Dist. XIII, 818 3, 55 | fornication, impurity, licentiousness... drunkenness, carousing 819 3, 60 | genuine truth of its being and life-over which the Holy Spirit keeps 820 2, 48 | The Church constantly lifts up her prayer and renders 821 2, 44 | creature he experiences his limitations in a multitude of ways. 822 2, 29 | to notice that this more "limited" and historically specified 823 1, 15 | person. The Messiah of the lineage of David ("from the stump 824 2, 31 | conversion, as Jesus called his listeners to conversion at the beginning 825 1, 15 | whole of humanity. "Messiah" literally means "Christ," that is, " 826 Conc, 67 | Here he becomes - as the liturgical Sequence of the Solemnity 827 3, 61 | repeat even more explicitly: "Lo, I am with you," and this " 828 3, 56 | materialism is the systematic and logical development of that resistance" 829 1, 13 | of that "beginning," so long ago yet fundamental, which 830 1, 6 | and Resurrection. Taking a longer view, this also holds true 831 1, 5 | with their own eyes," "have looked upon" and even "touched 832 2, 30 | God raised him up, having loosed the pangs of death, because 833 2, 47 | consciences will not be lost, that their healthy sensitivity 834 3, 65 | there always echoes that "loud cry" attributed to Christ 835 1, 10 | of God,"37 as uncreated Love-Gift. It can be said that in 836 2, 33 | through whom is expressed the loving omnipotence of the Creator: 837 2, 46(183) | Bonaventure Comment. in Evang. S. Lucae, Ch. XIV, 15-16: Ad Claras 838 3, 65 | with the Church and her Magisterium. ~ ~ 839 3, 60 | determinisms which derive mainly from the materialistic bases 840 2, 29 | created and sustained by its Maker's love, fallen indeed into 841 2, 38 | to man. In this way Satan manages to sow in man's soul the 842 3, 60 | with their own death by martyrdom the supreme glorification 843 3, 56 | as the essential core of Marxism. ~In principle and in fact, 844 3, 55 | world's "visibility" and "materiality" in contrast to him who 845 3, 66 | development she cooperates with a maternal love"; she is through "his 846 3, 64 | communion with God." But what matters and what emerges from the 847 3, 65 | Spirit becomes the ever more mature expression of the new man, 848 3, 58 | inner, "spiritual," man matures and grows strong. Thanks 849 3, 59 | the path of such an inner maturity, which includes the full 850 1, 26 | news of salvation which is meant for every man. That is why 851 3, 49 | computation of time this coming is measured as an event belonging to 852 3, 60 | dominating structures and mechanisms in the various spheres of 853 1, 16 | himself will also be the mediator in granting this Spirit 854 3, 64 | Council's teaching we can meditate on, explain and apply in 855 3, 54 | everyone a special occasion for meditating on the mystery of the Triune 856 Int, 2 | then better seen, through a meditation on the mystery of the Church, 857 3, 54 | Jubilee, means going to meet the invisible God, the hidden 858 2, 45(177) | through the working of their members, can be heard in conversation; 859 3, 51 | power now emerge from the memory of the Church. By his power 860 2, 43 | where people are treated as mere tools for profit, rather 861 2, 31 | that has as its purpose not merely the accusation of the world 862 Conc, 67 | grace of the virtues that merit heavenly glory, implores 863 1, 19 | only a prophet but also a messenger: he is the precursor of 864 1, 19 | the Baptist foretells the Messiah-Christ not only as the one who " 865 3, 56 | its practical form: as a method of interpreting and evaluating 866 3, 56 | most suitable means and methods according to circumstances 867 1, 19 | you with water; he who is mightier than I is coming, the thong 868 2, 30 | attested to you by God with mighty works and wonders and signs 869 3, 49 | defines years, centuries and millennia according to whether they 870 1, 25 | Orders render the sacred ministers sharers in this spiritual 871 2, 39 | eternal love full of mercy: "Misereor." 149 Thus, on the part 872 Int, 2 | Redemptor Hominis and Dives in Misericordia took their origin and inspiration 873 2, 39 | sorrow and compassion for the misfortunes of one's neighbor. In God, 874 Int, 2(7) | Roman Missal; cf. 2 Cor 13:13.~ 875 3, 65 | from his own errors and mistakes that often make harmful 876 1, 10 | Spirit God exists in the mode of gift. It is the Holy 877 3, 60 | thought, practice and related modes of action. In our age these 878 3, 65 | of prayer, especially in monasteries and convents. So, too, recent 879 2, 44 | the Council teaches: "A monumental struggle against the powers 880 3, 56 | the fields of culture or morality, it does so only insofar 881 3, 55 | he is concerned with the morally good or bad works, or better 882 3, 51 | beginning of her divine Motherhood, at the same time made her 883 2, 48 | righteousness of the Sermon on the Mount and of the Cross, which 884 3, 65 | in ever more widespread movements and groups, are giving first 885 2, 42 | what is good. Thanks to the multiplicity of the Spirit's gifts, by 886 2, 43 | itself, such as any type of murder, genocide, abortion, euthanasia, 887 2, 43 | the human person, such as mutilation, torments inflicted on body 888 1, 16 | pondered in her heart the "mysteries" of the Messiah, with whom 889 Int, 2 | union with the Head of the Mystical Body, Christ5; at the Second 890 3, 49 | Son of God."197 ~Matthew narrates directly: "Now the birth 891 3, 52 | of the people of every nation, every race, every country 892 2, 47(186) | XII, Radio Message to the National Catechetical Congress of 893 3, 57 | or before they reach the natural point of death. Furthermore, 894 Int, 2 | third Christian Millennium. ~Naturally, the considerations that 895 2, 43 | a moral evil that weighs negatively on any balance - sheet of 896 2, 39 | the misfortunes of one's neighbor. In God, the Spirit-Love 897 3, 55 | foretell in the presence of the new-born Babe of Bethlehem that he " 898 1, 26 | Council has made the Spirit newly "present" in our difficult 899 Int, 1 | of the two Councils - of Nicaea (A.D. 325) and Constantinople ( 900 2, 33 | certain sense the same "non-faith," that same "they have not 901 2, 46 | next, it is because this "non-forgiveness" is linked, as to its cause, 902 3, 65 | proclamations regarding the non-religious or even atheistic character 903 2, 46 | linked, as to its cause, to "non-repentance," in other words to the 904 2, 43 | vis-a-vis the objective norm which establishes and conditions 905 1, 8 | you." ~Here it should be noted that, while all the other 906 2, 29 | But one can hardly fail to notice that this more "limited" 907 3, 65 | teaching of this Encyclical nourishment for their interior life, 908 3, 57 | of its inherent danger of nuclear self-destruction. Moreover, 909 3, 56 | materialism, since there exist numerous forms of atheism and the 910 2, 31 | of the Redeemer, by the oblation of supreme love that conquers 911 2, 41 | heaven" which burnt the oblations presented by men.155 By 912 2, 44 | of his own conscience "is obliged to wrestle constantly if 913 2, 39 | the very beginning, the obscure mystery of sin has appeared 914 2, 33 | in its original form is obscurely inscribed in the mystery 915 Conc, 67 | continents, anxiously hoping to obtain it in the prospect of the 916 3, 55 | effected our justification, obtaining for us the Holy Spirit: " 917 3, 64 | the unity of all mankind. "Obviously it is a question of the 918 3, 62 | one in which there have occurred the great separations between 919 3, 64 | ultimate end, in the infinite ocean of God. ~ ~ 920 2, 47(186) | States of America in Boston (October 26, 1946): Discorsi e Radiomessaggi, 921 2, 46 | not properly consist in offending against the Holy Spirit 922 1, 26 | by what the world has to offer."100 "God 's Spirit. . . 923 3, 66 | his singular graces and offices...intimately united with 924 3, 65 | and persecutions and even official proclamations regarding 925 3, 49 | who is "the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last, 926 Conc, 67 | without limit, eternal, omnipotent, God, Lord.293 This Spirit 927 2, 42 | invisible and at the same time omnipresent Paraclete! The Spirit who " 928 3, 53 | in them adoption in the only-begotten Son, sanctifying them, so 929 3, 65(283) | Cf. Origen, De Oratione, 2: PG 11, p. 419-423.~ 930 3, 64 | the Redemption, which is ordered to universal salvation. 931 3, 60 | human dignity. ~Also in the ordinary conditions of society, Christians, 932 1, 25 | transmitted in Episcopal Ordination. The bishops in turn by 933 3, 57 | human life by terrorism, organized even on an international 934 Int, 2 | heritage we share with the Oriental Churches, which have jealously 935 3, 65(283) | Cf. Origen, De Oratione, 2: PG 11, 936 1, 26 | everything that may instead come originally from the "prince of this 937 3, 55 | Spirit, to a certain degree originates in the very fact of the 938 1, 25 | that they had been left orphans. With the coming of the 939 | ours 940 3, 49 | power of the Most High will overshadow you: therefore the child 941 3, 49 | two Evangelists to whom we owe the narrative of the birth 942 1, 16 | sometimes through the painful experience of their own 943 2, 30 | him up, having loosed the pangs of death, because it was 944 Int, 2(6) | 6, 1973: Insegnamenti di Paolo VI, XI (1973), 477.~ 945 3, 63 | the same mission of the Paraclete-Spirit of truth. Precisely this 946 2, 41 | expression. Thus there is a paradoxical mystery of love: in Christ 947 2, 39(145) | In Greek the verb is parakalem, which means to invoke, 948 1, 3(16) | Allon parakleton: Jn 14:16.~ 949 1, 3 | calls the Paraclete - and parakletos means "counselor," and also " 950 3, 52 | gift whereby they "become partakers of the divine nature."219 951 3, 57 | Unfortunately, this is only a partial and in complete sketch of 952 2, 37 | Creator, he is called to participate in truth and love. This 953 3, 65 | by means of this prayer participates in the divine life. ~Our 954 3, 55 | selfishness, dissension, party spirit, envy."235 All of 955 3, 53 | thousand years which have passed since the birth of Christ. 956 3, 55 | such as "love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 957 3, 57 | 57. The Pauline contrast between the "Spirit" 958 2, 43 | Bishops on reconciliation and penance specified even more clearly 959 2, 45 | the light of consciences" penetrates and fills "the depths of 960 2, 30 | this event is clear. We perceive here the first and fundamental 961 1, 16 | presentation in the Temple, when he perceived in him the "salvation... 962 3, 58 | Jesus Christ. She is the perennial witness to this victory 963 1, 20 | messianic signs which Jesus performed before he came to the farewell 964 Conc, 67 | anxieties, struggles and perils of every age; he brings " 965 3, 49 | believes in him should not perish but have eternal life."195 " 966 1, 7 | as "another Counselor," permanently ensuring the transmission 967 2, 45 | When the Spirit of truth permits the human conscience to 968 1, 25 | he makes the Church grow, perpetually renews her and leads her 969 1, 25 | the grace of Pentecost is perpetuated in the Church. ~As the Council 970 3, 60 | the Church in a state of persecution - both in ancient times 971 3, 65 | spite of prohibitions and persecutions and even official proclamations 972 3, 66 | scattered and diverse, may persevere in hope: that hope in which " 973 2, 46 | claims to have a "right" to persist in evil - in any sin at 974 1, 17 | of the Old Testament the personality of the Holy Spirit is completely 975 3, 52 | his humanity endowed with personhood by the Word in the hypostatic 976 3, 53 | But, still within the perspective of the great Jubilee, we 977 2, 37 | history there appears the perverse "genius of suspicion." He 978 3, 56 | atheistic. This is the striking phenomenon of our time: atheism, to 979 3, 56 | culture and civilization, as a philosophical system, an ideology, a program 980 3, 56 | limit it exclusively to the philosophy of materialism, since there 981 2, 27 | them together in the same phrase are important here. ~"Sin," 982 1, 25 | the inhabitants and the pilgrims who had gathered in Jerusalem 983 3, 55 | the works of the flesh are plain: fornication, impurity, 984 3, 55 | rebellion on the ethical plane by reason of that sin which 985 3, 57 | situation of vast areas of our planet marked by death-dealing 986 3, 52 | Hence the divine filiation planted in the human soul through 987 3, 57 | and more or less conscious plea to the life-giving Spirit 988 3, 66 | keeps...the fidelity she has pledged to her Spouse. Imitating 989 1, 12 | can one hold that the plural which the Creator uses here 990 1, 25(96) | Great, In Septem Psalmos Poenitentiales Expositio, Psal. V, 1: PL 991 2, 43 | are infamies indeed. They poison human society, but they 992 2, 48 | will not descend toward the pole of sin, by the rejection 993 3, 61 | Church once more means to ponder the very essence of her 994 1, 16 | even more clearly, when she pondered in her heart the "mysteries" 995 Conc, 68 | year 1986, the eighth of my Pontificate. ~ ~ 996 3, 57 | where he wills and that we possess "the first fruits of the 997 3, 57 | marked by death-dealing poverty and famine. It is a question 998 3, 54 | next ought to constitute a powerful call to all those who "worship 999 3, 65 | consecrating themselves to the praise of God and to the life of 1000 3, 56 | of thought, ideology and praxis is dialectical and historical


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