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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
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1001 3, 59 | regard Jesus himself "when he prayed to the Father, 'that all 1002 3, 62 | breaking of bread and the prayers," and in this way they formed 1003 1, 15 | after the baptism which John preached: how God anointed Jesus 1004 1, 19 | also a messenger: he is the precursor of Christ. What he foretells 1005 3, 61 | occurs in the context of the predicted sending of the Holy Spirit 1006 1, 9 | can be read as a special preparation for this Trinitarian formula, 1007 Int, 2 | and of all people, as she prepares to celebrate - as will be 1008 1, 16 | at the moment of Jesus' presentation in the Temple, when he perceived 1009 1, 25(96) | and theological tradition, presenting the Holy Spirit as the " 1010 2, 38 | there will be a constant pressure on man to reject God, even 1011 3, 60 | by the conditionings and pressures exerted upon him by dominating 1012 2, 39 | So that the "gift" may prevail! ~The Holy Spirit, who in 1013 3, 55 | opposed to each other, to prevent you from doing what you 1014 2, 28 | concentrate our attention principally on this mission of the Holy 1015 1, 16 | and the opening of the prison to those who are bound; 1016 3, 57 | death." This is a serious problem, and concerning it one must 1017 2, 41 | the mystery of the Cross. Proceeding from the Father, he directs 1018 Int, 2 | called to this mission of proclaiming the Spirit, while together 1019 2, 42 | and all good things are produced.162 ~Thus the conversion 1020 3, 55 | at the same time it is a profession of faith in the Spirit of 1021 2, 43 | treated as mere tools for profit, rather than as free and 1022 1, 20 | important stages of this progressive revelation. Thus the evangelist 1023 1, 20 | rejoicing" in a certain sense prompts Jesus to say still more. 1024 Int, 1 | which it was formulated or promulgated. It also contains the statement 1025 1, 8 | several times the personal pronoun "he"; and at the same time, 1026 2, 41 | before Communion the priest pronounces those significant words; " 1027 2, 34 | freedom as constitutive properties of human nature, but also, 1028 Int, 1 | has spoken through the Prophets." ~These are words which 1029 2, 43 | imprisonment, deportation, slavery, prostitution, the selling of women and 1030 3, 59 | light of Christ who is the prototype of the relationship with 1031 1, 14 | that you are children is proven by the fact that God has 1032 1, 26 | Spirit. . . with a marvelous providence directs the unfolding of 1033 1, 25(96) | Poenitentiales Expositio, Psal. V, 1: PL 79, 602; Didymus 1034 3, 52 | definitive answer to the Psalmist's words, which in a way 1035 1, 25(96) | Gregory the Great, In Septem Psalmos Poenitentiales Expositio, 1036 1, 25 | that day the Church was publicly revealed to the multitude, 1037 2, 44 | summoned to a higher life. Pulled by manifold attractions, 1038 2, 37 | the degree of the sin of a pure spirit, to the degree of 1039 2, 40 | without blemish to God, purify your conscience from dead 1040 2, 48 | Cross, which effects the purifying of the conscience through 1041 3, 66 | preserves with virginal purity an integral faith, a firm 1042 1, 10(38) | Aquinas, Summa Theo. Ia, qq. 37-38.~ 1043 1, 25(96) | Dist. XIII, q. 2, a. 2, Quaestiuncula 3. Decree on the Church' 1044 2, 47 | particular eloquence: "Do not quench the Spirit"; "Do not grieve 1045 Conc, 67(293)| Cf. Creed Quicumque: DS 75.~ 1046 2, 30 | back to unity the scattered races and offering to the Father 1047 3, 60 | Holy Spirit continuously radiates the light and strength of 1048 3, 56 | and in fact, materialism radically excludes the presence and 1049 2, 47(186) | Pius XII, Radio Message to the National 1050 2, 47(186) | October 26, 1946): Discorsi e Radiomessaggi, VIII (1946), 228.~ 1051 1, 24 | therefore that the messianic "raising up" of Christ in the Holy 1052 3, 65 | that, even with all the rapid progress of technological 1053 2, 37 | human spirit is incapable of reaching such a degree.139 In the 1054 2, 39 | the language of the Bible reacts so deeply as to say: "I 1055 1, 12 | creation of man? The Christian reader, who already knows the revelation 1056 2, 47 | will give way to a holy readiness to accept his mission as 1057 3, 56 | are strictly bound to a reading of the whole of reality 1058 2, 29 | seek to show with all the realism of faith the situation of 1059 2, 29 | along with the sum of those realities in the midst of which that 1060 1, 26 | That is why this community realizes that it is truly and intimately 1061 Int, 2 | needs to be constantly reawakened and deepened in the consciousness 1062 3, 52 | eternal Son. But the birth, or rebirth. happens when God the Father " 1063 1, 25 | ensure that all who are reborn of water and the Holy Spirit 1064 3, 61 | approaches, an event which should recall to everyone and as it were 1065 2, 40 | to the Hebrews, who after recalling the sacrifices of the Old 1066 3, 59 | each subject capable of receiving him as if he were the only 1067 3, 65 | and salutary thought to recognize that, if prayer is offered 1068 2, 45 | very heart. We know that recognizing evil in ourselves sometimes 1069 2, 43 | the Synod of Bishops on reconciliation and penance specified even 1070 1, 20 | while they were joyfully recounting the fruits of their labors, " 1071 2, 39 | outpouring of love, which will redeem the world. And on the lips 1072 3, 64 | created world, which has been redeemed by Christ, draw near to 1073 1, 19 | confesses his faith in the redeeming mission of Jesus of Nazareth. 1074 3, 62(275) | Decree on Ecumensim, Unitatis Redintegratio, n. 2.~ 1075 1, 19 | solemn exaltation cannot be reduced to the messianic mission 1076 3, 50 | explains.200 The great Jubilee refer to this work and also - 1077 2, 47 | mind and heart is perhaps reflected in the loss of the sense 1078 1, 9 | Holy Spirit."35 The formula reflects the intimate mystery of 1079 3, 64 | salvation with good reason regards herself as the "sacrament 1080 2, 33 | source of every law which regulates the world and especially 1081 2, 39 | Redemption. Whereas sin, by rejecting love, has caused the "suffering" 1082 3, 64 | Christian Millennium. And we rejoice to realize ever more clearly 1083 1, 20 | in that same hour [Jesus rejoiced in the Holy Spirit and said: ' 1084 3, 60 | of thought, practice and related modes of action. In our 1085 2, 42 | words which Jesus directly relates to the "gift" of the Holy 1086 2, 43 | individuals and from social relationships"; then "persons and groups 1087 Conc, 67(295)| the Holy Year 1975; ever relevant is the invitation expressed 1088 Conc, 67 | For he brings "rest and relief" in the midst of toil, in 1089 3, 65 | unfavorable to the spiritual and religious life. Many times, through 1090 2, 44 | his sinful condition, by relying upon the voice of his own 1091 3, 54 | and in the world, while remaining inviolable and immutable 1092 3, 49 | Christ. But it must also be remembered that for us Christians this 1093 2, 36 | to express and constantly remind man of the "limit" impassable 1094 2, 30 | words contain an echo or reminder of the prediction made in 1095 2, 44 | same time it never tires of reminding us of the possibility of 1096 2, 45 | It is also the source of remorse: man suffers interiorly 1097 2, 28 | of God in a certain sense removes man from "judgment," that 1098 2, 44 | choose among them and to renounce some. Indeed, as a weak 1099 3, 59 | charity."259 The Council repeats this truth about man, and 1100 2, 45(176) | Sequence of Pentecost: Reple Cordis Intirna.~ 1101 2, 46 | understood ? St. Thomas Aquinas replies that it is a question of 1102 2, 31 | activity.117 Conversion requires convincing of sin; it includes 1103 2, 43 | is upright, it serves "to resolve according to truth the moral 1104 2, 28 | sin," but at the same time respecting the general context of Jesus' 1105 Int, 2 | this way the Church is also responding to certain deep desires 1106 2, 43 | rather than as free and responsible persons"; and having called 1107 1, 16 | and devout man" upon whom "rested the Holy Spirit," sensed 1108 1, 25 | through whom the Father restores life to those who are dead 1109 1, 7 | in history its salvific results, is expressed by the verb " 1110 2, 42 | they are forgiven; if you retain the sins of any, they are 1111 2, 42 | the sins of any, they are retained." 160 Jesus confers on the 1112 2, 40 | suffering of the Cross has returned to the love which was betrayed 1113 3, 65 | closer to the many who are returning to prayer. And I trust that 1114 3, 66 | and hopes, desertions and returns of these times of ours, 1115 3, 65 | real contribution to the revival of prayer among the faithful, 1116 Int, 2 | guarded the extraordinary riches of the teachings of the 1117 1, 16 | faith. The aged Simeon, the "righteous and devout man" upon whom " 1118 2, 44 | s grace."175 The Council rightly sees sin as a factor of 1119 3, 65 | influence of the Spirit, prayer rises from the human heart in 1120 3, 55 | is set for the fall and rising of many in Israel, for a 1121 Int, 1 | of his heart shall flow rivers of living water.'"1 And 1122 3, 58(254) | Chrysostom, In Epist. ad Romanos Homilia XIII, 8: PG 60, 1123 2, 29 | Christ. He was crucified and rose again to break the stranglehold 1124 1, 12 | and the Spirit of God (ruah Elohim) was moving over 1125 2, 46 | is a state of spiritual ruin, because blasphemy against 1126 3, 62 | his salvific presence, is sacramentally realized: in the Sacrifice 1127 2, 40 | who after recalling the sacrifices of the Old Covenant in which " 1128 3, 62(276) | Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, Sacrosanctum Concilium, n. 47.~ 1129 1, 24 | these events - the Triduum Sacrum of Jesus whom the Father 1130 2, 39 | the evil of sin in all its sad reality without "searching 1131 3, 65 | Spirit intercedes for the saints according to the will of 1132 2, 30 | Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria and to the end of the earth."111 ~ 1133 2, 42(162) | De Septem Donis Spiritus Sancti, Collatio II, 3: Ad Claras 1134 1, 25 | Holy Spirit was sent to sanctify the Church forever, so that 1135 3, 66 | contemplating Mary's mysterious sanctity, imitating her charity,... 1136 1, 19 | coming, the thong of whose sandals I am not worthy to untie; 1137 1, 26 | heart, which is never fully satisfied by what the world has to 1138 1, 25 | Spirit. He gave him to them, saying "Receive the Holy Spirit." 1139 3, 57 | even on an international scale? ~Unfortunately, this is 1140 1, 6 | connected not only with the scandal of the Cross, but also with 1141 3, 60 | of civilization, culture, science, technology and the other 1142 3, 53 | said to fall within the scope of the great Jubilee mentioned 1143 2, 36 | beginning which we find in the Scriptures and in Tradition, after 1144 3, 53 | him [in Christ] you...were sealed with the promised Holy Spirit, 1145 2, 39 | its sad reality without "searching the depths of God." From 1146 | seem 1147 3, 55 | faithfulness, gentleness, self-control."236 From the context it 1148 3, 59 | Christ the reason for "full self-discovery through a sincere gift of 1149 1, 6 | connected with Christ's self-emptying through his Passion and 1150 2, 46 | one to escape from one's self-imposed imprisonment and open oneself 1151 3, 58 | the saving and sanctifying self-opening of God. Through the gift 1152 1, 7 | The supreme and complete self-revelation of God, accomplished in 1153 3, 55 | strife, jealousy, anger, selfishness, dissension, party spirit, 1154 2, 43 | slavery, prostitution, the selling of women and children; as 1155 1, 25(96) | IX; In Tertiurn Librum Sententiarum, Dist. XIII, q. 2, a. 2, 1156 1, 7 | return to these words in a separate reflection. ~ ~ 1157 2, 37 | the "father of lies," has separated himself from this participation. 1158 2, 40 | this sacrifice, and then separately on the "purification of 1159 3, 62 | have occurred the great separations between Christians. All 1160 3, 58(254) | PG 26, 374f.; Epist. I ad Serapionem, 24: PG 26, 586f.; Didymus 1161 3, 57 | and "death." This is a serious problem, and concerning 1162 2, 48 | the righteousness of the Sermon on the Mount and of the 1163 2, 39 | followed the "father of lies," setting himself up in opposition 1164 2, 42 | says - "by virtue of the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit 1165 2, 42 | which he is invoked as the "sevenfold one," every kind of human 1166 1, 20 | after the return of the seventy-two disciples from the mission 1167 3, 57 | life-giving Spirit from the dark shades of materialistic civilization, 1168 3, 64 | action the Good News takes shape in human minds and hearts 1169 3, 56 | program for action and for the shaping of human behavior. It reaches 1170 1, 10 | love,"36 the essential love shared by the three divine Persons: 1171 3, 52 | new life, in which as a sharer in the mystery of Incarnation " 1172 1, 25 | render the sacred ministers sharers in this spiritual gift and, 1173 3, 62 | Eucharist, in which man shares in the sacrifice of Christ 1174 2, 43 | negatively on any balance - sheet of human progress, the Council 1175 1, 7 | work, the glory of Christ shines forth, as the following 1176 2, 46 | certain other words of Jesus, shocking and disturbing ones, become 1177 1, 15 | There shall come forth a shoot from the stump of Jesse, 1178 2, 43 | more specifically: do this, shun that." This capacity to 1179 3, 65 | himself intercedes for us with sighs too deep for words."282 1180 1, 19 | baptism of repentance. At the sight of him arriving, John proclaims: " 1181 2, 28 | has been inflicted on the Sill or Satan, "the prince of 1182 Int, 1 | receive."2 It is the same simile of water which Jesus uses 1183 3, 59 | the great Basil - "while simple in essence and manifold 1184 3, 65 | the Holy Spirit, in its simplest and most common manner, 1185 2, 36 | disobedience," and this means simply and directly transgression 1186 Int, 2 | Constantinople, celebrated simultaneously in Constantinople and Rome 1187 1, 16 | the Old Covenant) is that single great personage anointed 1188 2, 31 | the Resurrection when he sings the "Exsultet. " ~ ~ 1189 3, 66 | love"; she is through "his singular graces and offices...intimately 1190 2, 37 | part of the one who "has sinned (or remains in sin) from 1191 3, 65 | range of the most varied situations and conditions, sometimes 1192 Int, 2 | recent years has been the Sixteenth Centenary of the First Council 1193 3, 57 | partial and in complete sketch of the picture of death 1194 2, 43 | imprisonment, deportation, slavery, prostitution, the selling 1195 2, 48 | consciences and the history of societies in the great human family 1196 3, 57 | increasing signs of death in the sociological and historical picture in 1197 Conc, 67 | holiness. What is "hard he softens," what is "frozen he warms," 1198 1, 19 | beloved Son of the Father. His solemn exaltation cannot be reduced 1199 Int, 2 | to favor any particular solution of questions which are still 1200 | something 1201 1, 21 | Father and of himself - the Son-flows from that fullness of the 1202 3, 49 | this Incarnation of the Son-Word came about "by the power 1203 1, 21 | fatherhood of God and of his own sonship - he does not speak directly 1204 1, 14 | caused the Apostles to be sorrowful,47 and this sorrow was to 1205 1, 16 | Isaiah as the true Man of Sorrows: the Messiah who suffers 1206 2, 36 | this disobedience are to be sought in the whole real situation 1207 2, 36 | indeed remains the first and sovereign source for deciding about 1208 2, 38 | this way Satan manages to sow in man's soul the seed of 1209 2, 27 | words independently of the speaker's explanation. This explanation 1210 2, 43 | speak to his heart more specifically: do this, shun that." This 1211 3, 66 | that she has never left it. Spiritually the event of Pentecost does 1212 1, 25 | and the Gospel began to spread among the nations by means 1213 1, 25 | life, the fountain of water springing up to eternal life (cf. 1214 3, 58 | from which the new life springs. This is man's life in God, 1215 2, 43 | describes all this as a stage in "a dramatic struggle 1216 1, 20 | constitute particularly important stages of this progressive revelation. 1217 2, 43 | guided by the objective standards of moral conduct."167 ~A 1218 1, 11 | discourse at the Last Supper stands in particular reference 1219 2, 27 | already judged" from the start. If the Spirit-Counselor 1220 1, 7 | words all the preceding statements are once again confirmed: " 1221 2, 47(186) | Catechetical Congress of the United States of America in Boston (October 1222 3, 59 | Christ he is raised to the status of a child of God, and so 1223 3, 63 | and always directing her steps. All of this happens in 1224 Int, 2 | In this we are helped and stimulated also by the heritage we 1225 1, 24 | the Jews, Jesus came and stood among them and said to them, ' 1226 2, 29 | rose again to break the stranglehold of personified Evil, so 1227 3, 56 | action which it describes are strictly bound to a reading of the 1228 3, 55 | also adds others: "enmity, strife, jealousy, anger, selfishness, 1229 3, 56 | systematically atheistic. This is the striking phenomenon of our time: 1230 3, 62 | Apostles, must fervently strive to conform their thinking 1231 1, 5 | the Apostles will find its strongest support. And subsequently 1232 3, 60 | Thus they affirm still more strongly the greatness of man, made 1233 Conc, 67 | midst of the anxieties, struggles and perils of every age; 1234 1, 26 | Bishops are to be carefully studied and evaluated, aiming as 1235 2, 43 | insults human dignity, such as subhuman living conditions, arbitrary 1236 3, 56 | emphasizes in the interior and subjective dimension as tension, struggle 1237 1, 17 | suggestion of a distinction of subjects, or of the Divine Persons 1238 3, 51 | fullness was manifested in a sublime way precisely through the 1239 3, 55 | which are the fruit of submission to (in the first case) or 1240 3, 60 | and to render the earth submissive to this goal."265 Thus they 1241 1, 26 | In this sense also the subsequent Assemblies of the Synod 1242 1, 5 | its strongest support. And subsequently it will also find therein 1243 1, 17 | the Divine Persons as they subsist in the mystery of the Trinity, 1244 1, 7 | Spirit and Christ there thus subsists, in the economy of salvation, 1245 1, 21 | person of the Son of God, substantially one with the Holy Spirit 1246 2, 43 | practice them than to those who suffer from the injury. Moreover, 1247 2, 40 | obedience through what he suffered."153 In this way this Letter 1248 3, 57 | may be subjected to the sufferings of time that passes away, " 1249 3, 59 | and gives grace which is sufficient for all."261 ~ ~ 1250 3, 62 | reveals man to man himself," suggesting "a certain likeness between 1251 1, 17 | Testament context there is no suggestion of a distinction of subjects, 1252 1, 12 | himself already in some way suggests the Trinitarian mystery, 1253 2, 37 | way: as bonum diffusivum sui, as creative love. Who can 1254 3, 56 | be fought with the most suitable means and methods according 1255 2, 32 | depths of God" that are summarized thus: to the Father - in 1256 2, 44 | boundless in his desires and summoned to a higher life. Pulled 1257 1, 25 | same Upper Room on Easter Sunday. The Risen Christ came and " 1258 3, 52 | given to man. And in the superabundance of the uncreated gift there 1259 3, 55 | texts of St. Paul there is a superimposing - and a mutual compenetration - 1260 1, 5 | will find its strongest support. And subsequently it will 1261 3, 58 | the Spirit, the Church is supremely aware of the reality of 1262 3, 53 | event considered in its surface value. Through the Christological 1263 3, 51 | self-communication of God which surpassed every human idea and faculty. " 1264 2, 29 | Christian sees as created and sustained by its Maker's love, fallen 1265 Conc, 67 | hearts"; he becomes the "sweet guest of the soul," whom 1266 1, 16 | had become the external symbol of the gift of the Spirit. 1267 1, 25(96) | III, q. 8, a. 1, ad 3; In Symbolum Apostolorum Expositio, a. 1268 3, 57 | scientific sense - the signs and symptoms of death have become particularly 1269 1, 18 | occasion to speak in the Synagogue, he opened the Book of Isaiah 1270 1, 25(96) | St. Thomas Aquinas has synthesized the preceding Patristic 1271 3, 56 | that materialism is the systematic and logical development 1272 3, 56 | that is essentially and systematically atheistic. This is the striking 1273 3, 57 | development of materialistic systems of thought and life, there 1274 Int, 1 | great day of the Feast of Tabernacles: "If any one thirst let 1275 1, 14 | and particularly Paul of Tarsus will testify.46 With the 1276 2, 28 | this very fact takes the task of the salvific "convincing 1277 3, 59 | indication of her own apostolic tasks. For if man is the way of 1278 1, 4 | though invisible - as the teacher of the same Good News that 1279 Int, 2 | extraordinary riches of the teachings of the Fathers on the Holy 1280 3, 57 | is most developed in the technical and scientific sense - the 1281 3, 65 | all the rapid progress of technological and scientific civilization, 1282 3, 60 | civilization, culture, science, technology and the other areas of thought 1283 1, 20 | in the wilderness,"72 tells us that, after the return 1284 Conc, 67 | human heart grieves and is tempted to despair. ~And therefore 1285 3, 55 | to his saving gift. The terms or poles of contrast are, 1286 3, 57 | attacks against human life by terrorism, organized even on an international 1287 1, 25(96) | Apostolorum Expositio, a. IX; In Tertiurn Librum Sententiarum, Dist. 1288 2, 39 | line of the Old and New Testaments, attributes to God. In man, 1289 1, 14 | particularly Paul of Tarsus will testify.46 With the sending of this 1290 1, 26 | done by the Church for the testing and bringing together of 1291 1, 20 | Holy Spirit and said: 'I thank you, Father, Lord of heaven 1292 2, 29 | upon the world which is the theater of man's history, and carries 1293 | therein 1294 3, 57 | frequent. One has only to think of the arms race and of 1295 3, 62 | strive to conform their thinking and action to the will of 1296 Int, 1 | Tabernacles: "If any one thirst let him come to me and drink. 1297 1, 18 | Nazareth where he had lived for thirty years in the house of Joseph 1298 1, 19 | mightier than I is coming, the thong of whose sandals I am not 1299 3, 57 | the health of hundreds of thousands of people. And how can one 1300 3, 57 | established - in some places it threatens to become almost an institution - 1301 1, 26 | pastoral and ecumenical thrust. In this sense also the 1302 1, 16 | anointed me to bring good tidings to the afflicted; he has 1303 2, 44 | at the same time it never tires of reminding us of the possibility 1304 Conc, 67 | relief" in the midst of toil, in the midst of the work 1305 Int, 2 | through him"8 and "every tongue confess that Jesus Christ 1306 2, 30 | began to speak in other tongues, as the Spirit gave them 1307 2, 43 | people are treated as mere tools for profit, rather than 1308 2, 43 | person, such as mutilation, torments inflicted on body or mind, 1309 2, 30 | prediction is fulfilled with total accuracy. Acting under the 1310 1, 5 | have looked upon" and even "touched with their hands" Christ, 1311 1, 19 | Jordan, this exaltation touches the mystery of the very 1312 2, 27 | with the people of his own town of Nazareth. Sin means the 1313 2, 29 | marks of his energies, his tragedies, and his triumphs; that 1314 3, 56 | may in many cases be of a tragic nature and may perhaps lead 1315 3, 54 | immutable in his absolute transcendence. ~But in Jesus Christ the 1316 2, 45 | process whereby reprobation is transformed into salvific love, a love 1317 Conc, 67 | interior dryness of souls, transforming them into the fertile fields 1318 2, 36 | text, are an inducement to transgress this prohibition - that 1319 2, 36 | means simply and directly transgression of a prohibition laid down 1320 Conc, 67 | he takes from Christ and transmits to all, unceasingly entering 1321 1, 5 | 5. In transmitting the Good News, the Apostles 1322 1, 13 | has been groaning in travail together until now" and " 1323 2, 43 | conditions, where people are treated as mere tools for profit, 1324 1, 24 | And now these events - the Triduum Sacrum of Jesus whom the 1325 2, 29 | his tragedies, and his triumphs; that world which the Christian 1326 3, 55 | tension and struggle that trouble the human heart. We read 1327 1, 5(22) | The divinely revealed truths, which are contained and 1328 2, 43 | aside from blind choice and try to be guided by the objective 1329 3, 49 | the Holy Spirit as this twentieth century draws to a close 1330 2, 43 | life itself, such as any type of murder, genocide, abortion, 1331 2, 34 | the Book of Genesis, is unanimous on this point. To create 1332 Conc, 67 | disfigures" man, from "what is unclean"; he heals even the deepest 1333 3, 59 | extends himself without undergoing any diminishing, is present 1334 1, 14 | Thus the sorrow with its underlying joy is, for the Apostles 1335 2, 42 | sin" that the Holy Spirit undertakes in a new way by virtue of 1336 3, 55 | with these works, which are undoubtedly evil, Paul contrasts "the 1337 2, 45 | Precisely with regard to these "unfathomable depths" of man, of the human 1338 3, 65 | favorable and sometimes unfavorable to the spiritual and religious 1339 3, 57 | expectation filled with unflagging hope, because it is precisely 1340 1, 26 | marvelous providence directs the unfolding of time and renews the face 1341 2, 42 | amendment, sins remain "unforgiven," in the words of Jesus, 1342 2, 46 | call them the words of "unforgiveness." They are reported for 1343 2, 39 | suffering? Revealing the pain, unimaginable and inexpressible, which 1344 2, 38 | the creature itself grows unintelligible."144 The ideology of the " 1345 Int, 2 | 2. This faith, uninterruptedly professed by the Church, 1346 3, 62(275) | Council, Decree on Ecumensim, Unitatis Redintegratio, n. 2.~ 1347 1, 8 | reveals the bonds which unite the Father, the Son and 1348 2, 29 | dimension by reason of the universality of the Redemption, accomplished 1349 3, 56 | to speak of atheism in a univocal way or to limit it exclusively 1350 3, 53 | hearts grace works in an unseen way. For, since Christ died 1351 1, 19 | sandals I am not worthy to untie; he will baptize you with 1352 2, 35 | human beginning consists in untruthfulness and in the rejection of 1353 1, 16 | Behold my servant, whom I uphold, my chosen, in whom my soul 1354 Conc, 67 | she unceasingly implores uprightness of human acts, as the Spirit' 1355 | using 1356 2, 47 | is what Sacred Scripture usually calls "hardness of heart."184 1357 2, 46 | whatever blasphemies they utter; but whoever blasphemes 1358 2, 30 | as the Spirit gave them utterance,"109 "thus bringing back 1359 2, 47 | of man. It is therefore vain to hope that there will 1360 2, 44 | interior integrity without valiant efforts and the help of 1361 3, 61 | the teaching and the ever valid plan of the Second Vatican 1362 3, 65 | endless range of the most varied situations and conditions, 1363 1, 26 | can say that in its rich variety of teaching the Second Vatican 1364 1, 15 | Paraclete. However, with this veiled reference to the figure 1365 Int, Ble | Venerable Brothers, Beloved Sons and 1366 2, 46 | reported in their three versions: ~Matthew: "Whoever says 1367 3, 55 | dispositions - virtues and vices - which are the fruit of 1368 2, 40 | act of his death as the victim of love on the Cross. He 1369 2, 46(183) | 15-16: Ad Claras Aquas VII, 314f.~ 1370 2, 43 | self-destruction, whatever violates the integrity of the human 1371 3, 55 | is to say in the world's "visibility" and "materiality" in contrast 1372 Int, 2 | of the Holy Spirit as the vital principle of the Church, 1373 3, 52 | the manifold supernatural vitality which derives from it in 1374 3, 55 | enable us to know and feel vividly the strength of the tension 1375 [Title] | Dominum et vivificantem~ ~ 1376 1, 10 | as from its source (fons vivus) all giving of gifts vis-a-vis 1377 2, 31(120) | Hos 14:14 Vulgate; cf. 1 Cor 15:55.~ 1378 Conc, 67 | softens," what is "frozen he warms," what is "wayward he sets 1379 3, 55 | life and peace"; hence the warning: "For if you live according 1380 1, 12 | moving over the face of the waters."41 This biblical concept 1381 Conc, 67 | frozen he warms," what is "wayward he sets anew" on the paths 1382 2, 44 | renounce some. Indeed, as a weak and sinful being, he often 1383 Conc, 67 | that interior peace, which weary man seeks in his inmost 1384 1, 26 | their Father and they have welcomed the news of salvation which 1385 3, 55 | Who will win? The one who welcomes the gift. ~ ~ 1386 2, 44 | is here referring to the well-known words of St. Paul.172 The " 1387 | whenever 1388 | wherein 1389 2, 39 | The Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great in the 1390 2, 29 | statement must be given the widest possible meaning, insofar 1391 3, 49 | not fear to take Mary your wife, for that which is conceived 1392 1, 20 | led by the Spirit...in the wilderness,"72 tells us that, after 1393 2, 43 | abortion, euthanasia, or willful self-destruction, whatever 1394 3, 55 | the Holy Spirit.- Who will win? The one who welcomes the 1395 1, 20 | hidden these things from the wise and understanding and revealed 1396 1, 7 | accomplished in Christ and witnessed to by the preaching of the 1397 2, 30 | God with mighty works and wonders and signs which God did 1398 1, 24 | finally in sacrifice on the wood of the Cross. And this Redemption 1399 1, 25 | this that the Holy Spirit worked in them and this is continually 1400 3, 51 | the Holy Spirit. St. Paul write: "The Lord is the Spirit, 1401 1, 5 | revelation in the preaching and writing of the Apostles,22 while 1402 3, 56 | perhaps often used in a wrong sense, nevertheless it is 1403 Int, 2(6) | Insegnamenti di Paolo VI, XI (1973), 477.~ 1404 2, 45(177) | Augustine, Enarr. in Ps. XLI, 13: CCL, 38, 470: "What 1405 3, 58(254) | Augustine, Enarr. in Ps. XLIX, 2: CCL 38, pp. 575f.; St. 1406 1, 20(70) | Basil, De Spiritu Sancto, XVI, 39: PG 32, 139.~ 1407 1, 25(96) | Iohannis Evangelium Tractatus, XXV, 13; XXVII, 6: CCL 36, 266, 1408 3, 62(276) | Ioannis Evangelium Tractatus XXVI, 13, CCL 36, p. 266; cf. 1409 1, 25(96) | Evangelium Tractatus, XXV, 13; XXVII, 6: CCL 36, 266, 272f.; 1410 1, 20 | revealed them to babes; yea, Father, for such was your 1411 3, 65 | inspires in hearts a profound yearning for holiness. In many individuals 1412 1, 19 | The latter, the son of Zechariah and Elizabeth, foretells 1413 1, 24 | Holy Spirit reaches its zenith in the Resurrection, in


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