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1 Int, 1 | presence in the life of the Church. For they are words which 2 Int, 1(1) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 52 and the 3 Int, 1(1) | Mystery of Christ and the Church."~ 4 Int, 1 | hidden beginning of the Church's journey. In the liturgy 5 Int, 1 | journey. In the liturgy the Church salutes Mary of Nazareth 6 Int, 1 | Mary of Nazareth as the Church's own beginning,3 for in 7 Int, 1 | Immaculate Conception the Church sees projected, and anticipated 8 Int, 1 | indissolubly joined: he who is the Church's Lord and Head and she 9 Int, 1 | Covenant, prefigures the Church's condition as spouse and 10 Int, 1(3) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 68.~ 11 Int, 2 | Christ (cf. Mt. 28:20), the Church journeys through time towards 12 Int, 2 | offers a clear summary of the Church's doctrine on the Mother 13 Int, 2(4) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 58.~ 14 Int, 2 | of Christ receives in the Church, as well as the various 15 Int, 3 | date of Mary's birth, the Church has constantly been aware 16 Int, 4 | mystery of Christ and of the Church. If it is true, as the Council 17 Int, 4 | made clear. Thus has the Church sought to interpret it from 18 Int, 4 | confirmed as a truth of the Church's faith. Mary is the Mother 19 Int, 4(8) | Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World Gaudium 20 Int, 4 | Christ, on the horizon of the Church's faith there shines in 21 Int, 4 | of Ephesus and is for the Church like a seal upon the dogma 22 Int, 4(10) | Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World Gaudium 23 Int, 5 | understanding of the mystery of the Church. Mary, as the Mother of 24 Int, 5 | particular way united with the Church, "which the Lord established 25 Int, 5 | places this truth about the Church as the Body of Christ (according 26 Int, 5 | extension in the mystery of the Church - the Body of Christ. And 27 Int, 5(11) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 52.~ 28 Int, 5 | with Christ and with the Church takes on historical significance. 29 Int, 5 | becoming "a model of the Church in the matter of faith, 30 Int, 5 | intimate mystery of the Church, as she actuates and accomplishes 31 Int, 5(14) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 64.~ 32 Int, 6 | point of reference for the Church, for individuals and for 33 Int, 6 | eschatological fulfillment of the Church: "In the most holy Virgin 34 Int, 6 | the most holy Virgin the Church has already reached that 35 Int, 6(17) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 63.~ 36 1, 7(20) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 55.~ 37 1, 8(22) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 55.~ 38 1, 10 | solemn documents of the Church, this "glory of grace" is 39 1, 10(24) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 53.~ 40 1, 11 | the final events of the Church and the world), in which 41 1, 12 | thus becoming one of the Church's most frequently used prayers. 42 1, 13(32) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 56.~ 43 1, 13(33) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 56.~ 44 1, 13 | And as the Fathers of the Church teach - she conceived this 45 1, 17(37) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 58.~ 46 1, 19 | teach the Fathers of the Church and especially St. Irenaeus, 47 1, 19 | Eve, the Fathers of the Church - as the Council also says - 48 1, 19(41) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 56, Note 49 1, 19(42) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 56, and the 50 1, 22(44) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 60.~ 51 1, 23 | there might be born in the Church the faithful.'"48~And so 52 1, 23(48) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 54 and 53; 53 1, 24 | new" continuation in the Church and through the Church, 54 1, 24 | the Church and through the Church, symbolized and represented 55 1, 24 | Mother of God, through the Church remains in that mystery 56 1, 24(49) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 55.~ 57 1, 24 | to be poured out upon the Church, as indicated by statements 58 1, 24 | Mary's "motherhood" of the Church is the reflection and extension 59 1, 24 | Council the very moment of the Church's birth and full manifestation 60 1, 24 | moment of the birth of the Church. The person who links these 61 1, 24 | present in the mystery of the Church. In the Church too she continues 62 1, 24 | mystery of the Church. In the Church too she continues to be 63 1, 24(51) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 59.~ 64 2 | THE CENTER OF THE PILGRIM CHURCH~ 65 2 | 1. The Church, the People of God present 66 2, 25 | 25. "The Church 'like a pilgrim in a foreign 67 2, 25 | was already called the Church of God (cf. 2 Esd. 13:1; 68 2, 25(53) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 8.~ 69 2, 25 | Israel...is also called the Church of Christ (cf Mt 16:18). 70 2, 25 | has established them as Church, that for each and all she 71 2, 25 | Council speaks of the pilgrim Church, establishing an analogy 72 2, 25 | historically takes place. For the Church "is destined to extend to 73 2, 25 | Holy Spirit, given to the Church as the invisible Comforter ( 74 2, 25 | trial and tribulation, the Church is strengthened by the power 75 2, 26 | Christ upon the Apostles, the Church became fully aware of these 76 2, 26 | that journey of faith, the Church's pilgrimage through the 77 2, 26 | Mary's journey meets the Church's journey of faith. In what 78 2, 26(61) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 63.~ 79 2, 26 | Upper Room in Jerusalem. The Church is born and then grows through 80 2, 26 | the very first moment, the Church "looked at" Mary through 81 2, 26 | Jesus through Mary. For the Church of that time and of every 82 2, 26 | But above all, in the Church of that time and of every 83 2, 26 | Jerusalem at the dawn of the Church, her faith, born from the 84 2, 27 | at the first dawn of the Church, at the beginning of the 85 2, 27 | mystery of Christ. And the Church was assiduous in prayer 86 2, 27 | always to be so. For when the Church "enters more intimately 87 2, 27 | also to the mystery of the Church from the beginning, from 88 2, 27 | beginning, from the day of the Church's birth. At the basis of 89 2, 27 | At the basis of what the Church has been from the beginning, 90 2, 27 | apostolic witness of the Church, and ever remains in the 91 2, 27 | and ever remains in the Church's heart hidden like a special 92 2, 27 | apostolic witness of the Church share in that mysterious 93 2, 27 | mystery spreads, through the Church's apostolic witness and 94 2, 27 | her special place in the Church's pilgrimage as the new 95 2, 28 | faith, according to the Church's apostolic witness, in 96 2, 28 | various groups existing in the Church. It is a faith that is passed 97 2, 28 | prayer. Therefore, "the Church in her apostolic work also 98 2, 28 | Virgin, so that through the Church Christ may be born and increase 99 2, 28 | Christian Millennium, the Church, through the teaching of 100 2, 28 | Annunciation, is present in the Church's mission, present in the 101 2, 28 | mission, present in the Church's work of introducing into 102 2, 28 | as it did throughout the Church's history. It also has a 103 2, 28 | continues to exist in the Church, which in Christ is "a kind 104 2, 28 | throughout the earth, the Church "strives energetically and 105 2, 28(70) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 1.~ 106 2 | 2. The Church's journey and the unity 107 2, 29 | shepherd."72 The journey of the Church, especially in our own time, 108 2, 29 | the part of the Catholic Church its culminating expression 109 2, 29(74) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 68, 69. On 110 2, 30 | mystery and ministry of the Church, and sometimes also concerning 111 2, 30 | dialogues begun by the Catholic Church with the Churches and Ecclesial 112 2, 30 | said for the mystery of the Church and Mary's role in the work 113 2, 30 | study of both Mary and the Church, clarifying each by the 114 2, 30 | agreement with the Catholic Church on fundamental points of 115 2, 31 | profoundly the Catholic Church, the Orthodox Church and 116 2, 31 | Catholic Church, the Orthodox Church and the ancient Churches 117 2, 31(79) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 66.~ 118 2, 31 | of God, to Christ and the Church: the Virgin is a permanent 119 2, 31 | tradition of the Syriac Church.82 In his panegyric of the 120 2, 33 | universal tradition of the Church, there could be exposed 121 2, 33(85) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 59.~ 122 2, 34 | the different forms of the Church's great tradition, could 123 2, 34 | hasten the day when the Church can begin once more to breathe 124 2, 34 | place between the Catholic Church and the Churches and Ecclesial 125 2, 34 | the way for the pilgrim Church to sing and to live more 126 2 | Magnificat" of the pilgrim Church~ 127 2, 35 | journey, therefore, the Church seeks to rediscover the 128 2, 35 | pilgrim in a foreign land, the Church presses forward amid the 129 2, 35 | trial and tribulation, the Church is strengthened by the power 130 2, 35(87) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 8.~ 131 2, 35 | re-echoes in the heart of the Church down the centuries. This 132 2, 37 | 37. The Church, which from the beginning 133 2, 37 | and the Visitation, the Church derives the truth about 134 2, 37 | In the Magnificat the Church sees uprooted that sin which 135 2, 37 | Cross and Resurrection. ~The Church, which even "amid trials 136 2, 37 | this truth about God, the Church desires to shed light upon 137 2, 37 | s earthly existence. The Church's journey, therefore, near 138 2, 37 | poor" (cf. Lk. 4:18), the Church has sought from generation 139 2, 37 | that same mission. ~The Church's love of preference for 140 2, 37 | words of the Magnificat, the Church renews ever more effectively 141 2, 37 | and works of Jesus. ~The Church is thus aware - and at the 142 2, 37 | Mother and Model that the Church must look in order to understand 143 3, 38 | 38. The Church knows and teaches with Saint 144 3, 38 | mediation in Christ.~The Church knows and teaches that " 145 3, 38(94) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 60.~ 146 3, 38 | himself." Thus we read: "The Church does not hesitate to profess 147 3, 38(97) | Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 62.~ 148 3, 38 | mystery of Christ and the Church.~ 149 3, 39 | that mediation which the Church confesses and proclaims 150 3, 39 | the faithful," since the Church has great trust in her. 151 3, 40 | the midst of the infant Church: "Behold your mother." Thus 152 3, 40 | between this Mother and the Church. For the infant Church was 153 3, 40 | the Church. For the infant Church was the fruit of the Cross 154 3, 40 | not but pour out upon the Church, from the very beginning, 155 3, 40 | motherhood remains in the Church as maternal mediation: interceding 156 3, 40 | continues in the history of the Church and the world. We read that 157 3, 40 | continues unceasingly in the Church as the mediation which intercedes, 158 3, 40 | which intercedes, and the Church expresses her faith in this 159 3, 40(105)| 62; in her prayer too the Church recognizes and celebrates 160 3, 41 | the union of the pilgrim Church on earth with the eschatological 161 3, 41 | which thus expresses the Church's faith: "Preserved free 162 3, 41 | expressions in the history of the Church, both in the East and in 163 3, 41(108)| Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 59; cf. Pope 164 3, 41 | expressed the faith of the Church, according to which Mary 165 3, 41(109)| Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 53.~ 166 3, 41(111)| Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 55.~ 167 3, 41(116)| Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 62.~ 168 3 | Mary in the life of the Church and of every Christian~ 169 3, 42 | Christ in the life of the Church. "Through the gift...of 170 3, 42 | intimately united with the Church: the Mother of God is a 171 3, 42 | of God is a figure of the Church in the matter of faith, 172 3, 42 | the midst of the pilgrim Church from generation to generation 173 3, 42 | reasons Mary is honored in the Church "with special reverence. 174 3, 42 | Mother of Christ and the Church.120 As Virgin and Mother, 175 3, 42 | Mother, Mary remains for the Church a "permanent model." It 176 3, 42 | also in the mystery of the Church. For the Church too is " 177 3, 42 | mystery of the Church. For the Church too is "called mother and 178 3, 42(121)| Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Centium, 63.~ 179 3, 43 | 43. The Church "becomes herself a mother 180 3, 43 | unto the Cross, so too the Church becomes a mother when, accepting 181 3, 43 | maternal" characteristic of the Church was expressed in a particularly 182 3, 43 | interesting sign of the early Church's awareness of her own motherhood, 183 3, 43 | enabled and still enables the Church to see the mystery of her 184 3, 43 | said that from Mary the Church also learns her own motherhood: 185 3, 43 | Father's will."124 If the Church is the sign and instrument 186 3, 43 | the Incarnation, so the Church is always at the service 187 3, 43 | the example of Mary, the Church remains the virgin faithful 188 3, 43 | faithful to her spouse: The Church herself is a virgin who 189 3, 43 | her Spouse."125 For the Church is the spouse of Christ, 190 3, 43 | Lamb" (Rev. 21:9). If the Church as spouse "keeps the fidelity 191 3, 43 | the Holy Spirit.~But the Church also preserves the faith 192 3, 43 | cf. Lk. 2:19, 51), the Church is committed to preserving 193 3, 44 | Mary's relationship to the Church as an exemplar, the Church 194 3, 44 | Church as an exemplar, the Church is close to her and seeks 195 3, 44 | present in the mystery of the Church as a model. But the Church' 196 3, 44 | Church as a model. But the Church's mystery also consists 197 3, 44 | model and figure of the Church; she is much more. For, " 198 3, 44 | and daughters of Mother Church. The Church's motherhood 199 3, 44 | daughters of Mother Church. The Church's motherhood is accomplished 200 3, 44 | with her "cooperation." The Church draws abundantly from this 201 3, 44 | rebirth and development of the Church's sons and daughters, as 202 3, 44(127)| Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 64.~ 203 3, 44 | Mary too, together with the Church, received on the day of 204 3, 45 | which in the history of the Church has been practiced and expressed 205 3, 45(131)| Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 62.~ 206 3, 46 | In the light of Mary, the Church sees in the face of women 207 3, 46(133)| Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World Gaudium 208 3, 47 | Mary is the Mother of the Church, "that is, Mother of the 209 3, 47 | new Eve, the Mother of the Church, carries on in heaven her 210 3, 47 | the truth concerning the Church. When speaking of the Constitution 211 3, 47 | mystery of Christ and of the Church."136 Mary is present in 212 3, 47 | Mary is present in the Church as the Mother of Christ, 213 3, 47 | each and every one in the Church, and embraces each and every 214 3, 47 | and every one through the Church. In this sense Mary, Mother 215 3, 47 | sense Mary, Mother of the Church, is also the Church's model. 216 3, 47 | the Church, is also the Church's model. Indeed, as Paul 217 3, 47 | Paul VI hopes and asks, the Church must draw "from the Virgin 218 3, 47 | Mother of Christ with the Church, there is further clarified 219 3, 47 | For Mary, present in the Church as the Mother of the Redeemer, 220 3, 47(138)| Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World Gaudium 221 3, 47 | the Most Holy Virgin the Church has already reached that 222 3, 47 | throughout her life, the Church maintains with the Mother 223 3, 47(140)| Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 65.~ 224 3, 48 | proclaim a Marian Year in the Church, in this period before the 225 3, 48 | mystery of Christ and his Church. For this is a fundamental 226 3, 48 | himself wishes "to say to the Church" in the present phase of 227 3, 48 | mystery of Christ and of the Church, the topic to which the 228 3, 48(142)| Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 66-67.~ 229 3, 49 | fullness of time," and that the Church is the sign of this fullness. 230 3, 49 | As the People of God, the Church makes her pilgrim way towards 231 3, 49 | beginning of "the time of the Church," when in expectation of 232 3, 49 | constantly "precedes" the Church in her journey through human 233 3, 49 | of this Marian Year the Church is called not only to remember 234 3, 50(144)| Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 69.~ 235 3, 50 | aided the beginning of the Church by her prayers may now, 236 3, 50(146)| Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, 69.~ 237 Conc, 51 | addressed to Mary by the Church is the following:~"Loving 238 Conc, 51 | God, in the heart of the Church. How wonderfully far God 239 Conc, 52 | between the two Millennia, the Church, for her part, with the 240 Conc, 52 | this prayer attests, the Church sees the Blessed Mother


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