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1 Pref, 0, 0, 0,6 | proposal was most favourably received and made his own by Pope 2 Pref, 0, 0, 0,13 | catechetical ministry, will be received and carefully studied in 3 Intro, 0, 1, 1,25 | solely to that which they received in childhood. These also 4 I, I, 0, 16,51 | whether these are about to be received or have already been received. 5 I, I, 0, 16,51 | received or have already been received. Important forms include: 6 I, I, 0, 16,51 | the word and instruction received during the administration 7 I,II, 1, 2,66(199) | richness of Baptism already received. CCC 1231 uses the expression 8 I,III, 0, 3,78 | The profession of faith received by the Church (traditio), 9 I,III, 0, 3,78(233)| dimension of the faith: the received gift (traditio) and the 10 I,III, 0, 9,87 | as much of being given as received. Knowledge of the faith, 11 I,III, 0, 9,87 | of the Spirit which are received in prayer, and similarly 12 I,III, 0, 11,90 | of initiation which were received as infants, "who have been 13 I,III, 0, 11,90 | which they have already received and whose power they must 14 II | you the Gospel, which you received, in which you stand, by 15 II | first importance what I also received, that Christ died for our 16 II, I, 0, 20,105 | Christian community has received it, understands it, celebrates 17 II, I, 0, 20,105 | course of history: the faith received by the Apostles from Christ 18 II, I, 0, 20,106(354)| profession of one faith received from the apostles; common 19 II,II, 1, 1,121 | profession of one faith received from the Apostles"; (420)~– " 20 II,II, 1, 1,121 | the Church what she has received and what she believes; it 21 III, I, 0, 11,142 | school of the word of God, received in the Church, the disciple, 22 III, I, 0, 11,142 | himself "the divine education" received by means of catechesis and 23 III, I, 0, 12,143 | the dignity of the gift received and the demand to grow continually 24 III,II, 0, 21,155 | greater participation in received truth. That personal response 25 IV,II, 0, 33,171 | harmoniously complete catechesis received in childhood. Hence it is 26 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | and activate what he has received by nature and grace, both 27 IV,II, 3, 2,182 | catechesis which they have received. On the other hand, many 28 IV,IV, 0, 13,201 | the faith which they have received, confronting dangerous situations 29 IV, V, 0, 21,209 | discernment of what has been received from the media; the production 30 V, I, 0, 31,224 | Holy Orders which they have received. "Through that sacrament 31 V,II, 0, 39,237 | synthesis of the mission received by priests and religious. 32 V,III, 0, 53,258 | richness and responsibility received at Baptism". (263)~b) With 33 V,III, 0, 55,262 | continuation of the basic formation received by all Christians. Firstly, 34 V,IV, 2, 2,274 | sacraments of initiation already received or about to be received 35 V,IV, 2, 2,274 | received or about to be received and linked with educational


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