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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Redemptoris Mater

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1 Int, 1| in her virginal womb the human nature of Christ. This " 2 Int, 3| Justice" in the history of the human race.7~Her presence in the 3 Int, 4| exceptional "daughter of the human race," that extraordinary " 4 Int, 4| which the Word truly assumes human nature into the unity of 5 Int, 6| is also the story of all human beings, subject here on 6 1, 8| through Jesus Christ upon human history until the end: upon 7 1, 9| union of the Son of God with human nature, is accomplished 8 1, 11| extend through the whole of human history. The "enmity," foretold 9 1, 11| like no other member of the human race, that "glory of grace" 10 1, 13| therefore, with all her human and feminine "I," and this 11 1, 13| me"-was decisive, on the human level, for the accomplishment 12 1, 17| people's eyes. The first human creature thus permitted 13 1, 18| deepest "kenosis" of faith in human history. Through faith the 14 1, 20| and meaning to everything human, and therefore to every 15 1, 20| and therefore to every human bond, insofar as these things 16 1, 20| tasks assigned to every human being. Within this new dimension, 17 1, 21| say Mary's solicitude for human beings, her coming to them 18 1, 21| only one concrete aspect of human need, apparently a small 19 1, 21| this coming to the aid of human needs means, at the same 20 1, 23| Mary's motherhood of the human race had already been outlined, 21 1, 23| Adam she is one with all human beings.... Indeed she is ' 22 1, 24| when the Son of God took a human nature from her, that he 23 1, 24| of the salvation of the human race until he poured forth 24 2, 33| knowledge inaccessible to human reasoning and who attained 25 2, 36| irrevocable gift, enters into human history.~Mary is the first 26 3, 39| totally "consecrates" a human being to God. By virtue 27 3, 39| Christ, the one Mediator of human salvation. And such cooperation 28 3, 43| sons and daughters of the human race to a new life in Christ. 29 3, 45| coming to maturity as a human being.~It can be said that 30 3, 45| that is to say into his human and Christian "I": he "took 31 3, 46| every Christian, for every human being, Mary is the one who 32 3, 46| sentiments of which the human heart is capable: the self-offering 33 3, 47| which continues throughout human history. And by her ecclesial 34 3, 49| into the history of the human family, but also of emphasizing, 35 3, 49| Incarnation was accomplished, human history entered "the fullness 36 3, 49| Church in her journey through human history. She is also the 37 3, 50| until all the peoples of the human family, whether they are 38 Conc, 52| generations and epochs of human history, to our own epoch, 39 Conc, 52| who through Mary entered human history. Year alter year


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