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1 2, 37(91) | Dialogus cum Tryphone ludaeo, 100: Otto II, 358; Saint Irenaeus, 2 1, 8(21) | Dormitionem, 1, 70: S. Ch. 80, 96-101; Saint Jerome, Epistola 3 3, 42(120)| Sermo 191, II, 3: PL 38, 1010f.~ 4 3, 47(137)| Ibid., 1016.~ 5 1, 13(35) | 1074; Sermo 196, I: PL 38, 1019; De peccatorum meritis et 6 Int, 3(6) | Dormitionem 1, 8-9: S. Ch. 80, 103-107.~ 7 3, 50 | place some decades later [1054], we can say that in the 8 1, 10(25) | Dormitionem S. Mariae I: PG 97, 1067f.~ 9 Int, 3(6) | Dormitionem 1, 8-9: S. Ch. 80, 103-107.~ 10 3, 43(126)| VII, 53, No. 40, 68, No. 109.~ 11 3, 41(107)| 14; III, 2: S. Ch. 80, 111f.; 127-131; 157-161; 181- 12 Int, 2(5) | February 1974): AAS 66 (1974) 113-168.~ 13 3, 41(115)| Ch. 80, 59f.; 77f.; 83f.; 113f.; 117; 151f.; 189-193.~ 14 3, 41(115)| 59f.; 77f.; 83f.; 113f.; 117; 151f.; 189-193.~ 15 3, 45(130)| In loan. Evang. tract. 119, 3: CCL 36, 659: "He took 16 3, 40(105)| Virgine, ed. typ. 1987, I, 120).~ 17 1, 24(50) | natale Domini, 2: CCL 138, 126.~ 18 3, 41(107)| III, 2: S. Ch. 80, 111f.; 127-131; 157-161; 181-185; Saint 19 1, 23(47) | Expos. Evang. sec. Lucam, X, 129-131: CSEL 32/4, 504f.~ 20 1, 10(25) | Mariae Natalem, 4. PG 97, 1321f., In Nativitatem B. Mariae, 21 2, 33(84) | Decreta, Bologna 19733, 135-138 (DS 600-609).~ 22 1, 8(21) | 142: PL 52, 579f.; Sermo 143: PL 52, 583; Saint Fulgentius 23 1, 10(26) | Carmina et preces, XLVII: PL 145, 934.~ 24 3, 48(141)| months; Pii X P. M. Acta, I, 147-166.~ 25 1, 8(21) | homiliae, VI, 7: S. Ch. 87, 148; Severianus of Gabala, In 26 3, 41(115)| 77f.; 83f.; 113f.; 117; 151f.; 189-193.~ 27 1, 13(30) | Haereses, V, 19, 1: 5. Ch. 153, 248-250.~ 28 3, 41(107)| Ch. 80, 111f.; 127-131; 157-161; 181-185; Saint Bernard, 29 2, 31(83) | livre de prieres: S. Ch. 78, 160-163; 428-432.~ 30 3, 41(107)| 80, 111f.; 127-131; 157-161; 181-185; Saint Bernard, 31 2, 31(83) | prieres: S. Ch. 78, 160-163; 428-432.~ 32 3, 48(141)| Pii X P. M. Acta, I, 147-166.~ 33 Int, 2(5) | 1974): AAS 66 (1974) 113-168.~ 34 1, 8(21) | DeiparaeAnnuntiationem, 3-11: PG 85, 1777-1783; Saint Sophronius of 35 1, 8(21) | DeiparaeAnnuntiationem, 3-11: PG 85, 1777-1783; Saint Sophronius of Jerusalem, 36 3, 41(107)| 111f.; 127-131; 157-161; 181-185; Saint Bernard, In Assumptione 37 3, 41(107)| 127-131; 157-161; 181-185; Saint Bernard, In Assumptione 38 2, 31(82) | Scriptores Syri, 82, CSCO, 186.~ 39 3, 41(115)| 83f.; 113f.; 117; 151f.; 189-193.~ 40 3, 41(110)| Octobri Mense (22 September 1891): Acta Leonis, XI, 299-315.~ 41 3, 48(141)| Ad Diem Illum (2 February 1904), on the occasion of the 42 3, 42(120)| 40, 397-398f.; 399; Sermo 191, II, 3: PL 38, 1010f.~ 43 3, 41(115)| 113f.; 117; 151f.; 189-193.~ 44 3, 48 | when Pius XII proclaimed 1954 as a Marian Year, in order 45 1, 13(35) | 215, 4; PL 38, 1074; Sermo 196, I: PL 38, 1019; De peccatorum 46 2, 33(84) | Oecumenicorum Decreta, Bologna 19733, 135-138 (DS 600-609).~ 47 Int, 3(7) | Giovanni Paolo II, VI/2 (1983) 225f.; Pope Pius IX, Apostolic 48 2, 37(93) | and Liberation (22 March 1986), 97.~ 49 1, 10(25) | B. Mariae, I: PG 97, 81 1f. Hom. in Dormitionem S. 50 2, 25 | 13:1; Num. 20:4; Dt. 23:1ff.). Likewise the new Israel... 51 Int, 3(7) | Giovanni Paolo II, VI/2 (1983) 225f.; Pope Pius IX, Apostolic 52 3, 41(107)| Bernardi Opera, V, 1968, 228-238.~ 53 3, 41(107)| Bernardi Opera, V, 1968, 228-238.~ 54 1, 13(30) | Haereses, V, 19, 1: 5. Ch. 153, 248-250.~ 55 3, 47(139)| Bernardi Opera V, 1968, 262-274.~ 56 3, 41(110)| Bernardi Opera, V, 1968, 262f; Pope Leo XIII, Encyclical 57 3, 38(96) | Bernardi Opera, V, 1968, 263. Mary as a pure mirror sends 58 3, 41(108)| Bernardi Opera, V, 1968, 263f.~ 59 Int, 4(9) | 1973, 41-44; 59-61: DS 250-264; cf. Ecumenical Council 60 1, 18(40) | Bernardi Opera, V, 1968, 273.~ 61 3, 47(139)| Bernardi Opera V, 1968, 262-274.~ 62 Int, 6(16) | Bernardi Opera, V, 1968, 279; cf. In laudibus Virginis 63 3, 38(96) | Aquaeductu, 12: ed. cit., 283.~ 64 1, 8(21) | Saint Augustine, Sermo 291, 4-6: PL 38, 131 8f.; Enchiridion, 65 3, 41(110)| 1891): Acta Leonis, XI, 299-315.~ 66 2, 31(80) | Decreta, Bologna 1973, 86 (DS 301).~ 67 Int, 4(9) | Chalcedon, o. c. 84-87: DS 300-303.~ 68 2, 29(74) | 1985): Acta Leonis XV, 300-312.~ 69 3, 41(110)| 1891): Acta Leonis, XI, 299-315.~ 70 1, 8(21) | Annuntiationem, 17-19: PG 87/3, 3235-3240; Saint John Damascene 71 1, 8(21) | Annuntiationem, 17-19: PG 87/3, 3235-3240; Saint John Damascene Hom. 72 1, 10(25) | SS. Deiparae Hom.: PG 98, 327f.; Saint Andrew of Crete, 73 Int, 1(3) | Virginis, XV, 93-94: PL 16, 342; Second Vatican Ecumenical 74 Int, 6(16) | 17: ed. cit., IV, 1966, 34f.~ 75 2, 37(91) | Tryphone ludaeo, 100: Otto II, 358; Saint Irenaeus, Adversus 76 3, 42(120)| 2; V, 5; VI, 6: PL 40, 397-398f.; 399; Sermo 191, II, 77 3, 42(120)| V, 5; VI, 6: PL 40, 397-398f.; 399; Sermo 191, II, 3: 78 2, 31(83) | prieres: S. Ch. 78, 160-163; 428-432.~ 79 Int, 4 | The Council of Ephesus (431) was of decisive importance 80 2, 31(83) | S. Ch. 78, 160-163; 428-432.~ 81 1, 19(41) | III, 22, 4: S. Ch. 211, 438-444; cf. Dogmatic Constitution 82 3, 47(135)| 1968), 15: AAS 60 (1968) 438f.~ 83 2, 37(91) | III, 22, 4: S. Ch. 211, 439-445; Tertullian, De carne 84 1, 8(21) | Annuntiationem, 5: PG 85, 441-46; Antipater of Bosra, 85 1, 19(41) | 22, 4: S. Ch. 211, 438-444; cf. Dogmatic Constitution 86 2, 37(91) | 22, 4: S. Ch. 211, 439-445; Tertullian, De carne Christi, 87 1, 8(21) | Epistola 17, VI 12: PL 65 458; Saint Bernard, In laudibus 88 1, 8(21) | Lucam, II, 9: CSEL 32/4, 45f.; Saint Augustine, Sermo 89 Int, 2(5) | May 1967): AAS 59 (1967) 465:475; Apostolic Exhortation 90 Int, 2(5) | 1967): AAS 59 (1967) 465:475; Apostolic Exhortation Marialis 91 1, 8(21) | creationem, Oratio VI, 10: PG 56, 497f.; Saint John Chrysostom ( 92 1, 23(47) | X, 129-131: CSEL 32/4, 504f.~ 93 3, 48(141)| on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the dogmatic 94 1, 23(48) | the Church Lumen Gentium, 54 and 53; the latter text 95 1, 13(35) | meritis et remissione, I, 29, 57: PL 44, 142; Sermo 25, 7: 96 3, 48(141)| September 1953): AAS 45 (1953) 577-592. Pius X with his Encyclical 97 1, 8(21) | Chrysologus, Sermo 142: PL 52, 579f.; Sermo 143: PL 52, 583; 98 1, 8(21) | 579f.; Sermo 143: PL 52, 583; Saint Fulgentius of Ruspe, 99 3, 48(141)| 1953): AAS 45 (1953) 577-592. Pius X with his Encyclical 100 Int, 3(7) | Pii IX P. M. Acta, pars I, 597-599.~ 101 Int, 3(7) | P. M. Acta, pars I, 597-599.~ 102 3, 41(115)| II, 11;III, 4: S. Ch. 80, 59f.; 77f.; 83f.; 113f.; 117; 103 2, 33(84) | Bologna 19733, 135-138 (DS 600-609).~ 104 2, 33(84) | Bologna 19733, 135-138 (DS 600-609).~ 105 1, 10(24) | Pii IX P.M. Acta, pars I, 616; Second Vatican Ecumenical 106 1, 8(21) | Epistola 65, 9: PL 22, 628, Saint Ambrose, Expos. Evang. 107 2, 25(52) | Dei, XVIII, 51: CCL 48, 650.~ 108 3, 45(130)| tract. 119, 3: CCL 36, 659: "He took her to himself, 109 3, 48(142)| Church Lumen Gentium, 66-67.~ 110 1, 8(21) | Hom. in Dormitionem, 1, 70: S. Ch. 80, 96-101; Saint 111 2, 37(92) | 2; Haer. 78, 18: PG 42, 727-730.~ 112 1, 7(19) | Nativitatem, 7, 10: S. Ch. 80, 65; 73; Hom. in Dormitionem 1, 113 2, 37(92) | Haer. 78, 18: PG 42, 727-730.~ 114 Int, 2(5) | September 1966): AAS 58 (1966) 745-749, Apostolic Exhortation 115 Int, 2(5) | 1966): AAS 58 (1966) 745-749, Apostolic Exhortation Signum 116 1, 8(21) | contra Arium impium, PG 62, 765f.; Basil of Seleucia, Oratio 117 3, 41(108)| November 1950): AAS 42 (1950) 769-771; Saint Bernard presents 118 3, 41(108)| 1950): AAS 42 (1950) 769-771; Saint Bernard presents 119 3, 41(115)| III, 4: S. Ch. 80, 59f.; 77f.; 83f.; 113f.; 117; 151f.; 120 2, 33 | Ecumenical Council of Nicaea (787). Putting an end to the 121 1, 10(25) | Nativitatem B. Mariae, I: PG 97, 81 1f. Hom. in Dormitionem 122 2, 31(82) | Nativitate: Scriptores Syri, 82, CSCO, 186.~ 123 1, 13(30) | apostolicae, 33: S.Ch. 62, 83-86; cf. also Adversus Haereses, 124 3, 41(115)| S. Ch. 80, 59f.; 77f.; 83f.; 113f.; 117; 151f.; 189- 125 Int, 4(9) | Council of Chalcedon, o. c. 84-87: DS 300-303.~ 126 1, 8(21) | Sermo 291, 4-6: PL 38, 131 8f.; Enchiridion, 36, 11: PL 127 2, 37(91) | Christi, 17, 4-6: CCL 2, 904f.~ 128 Int, 1(3) | Institutione Virginis, XV, 93-94: PL 16, 342; Second Vatican 129 1, 10(26) | et preces, XLVII: PL 145, 934.~ 130 1, 13(35) | 142; Sermo 25, 7: PL 46, 937-938; Saint Leo the Great, 131 Int, 1(3) | Institutione Virginis, XV, 93-94: PL 16, 342; Second Vatican 132 1, 8(21) | Dormitionem, 1, 70: S. Ch. 80, 96-101; Saint Jerome, Epistola 133 1, 10(25) | Annuntiationem SS. Deiparae Hom.: PG 98, 327f.; Saint Andrew of 134 3, 50 | Vladimir, Grand Duke of Kiev [988]. This marked the beginning 135 1, 14 | vividness. To believe means "to abandon oneself" to the truth of 136 1, 18 | judgments"! How completely she "abandons herself to God" without 137 Int, 1 | into our hearts, crying, 'Abba! Father!'" (Gal. 4:4-6)~ 138 3, 46 | tireless devotion to work; the ability to combine penetrating intuition 139 2, 30 | recommends (cf. Jn. 2:5)- will be able to go forward together on 140 2, 33 | image of divine beauty, the abode of Eternal Wisdom, the figure 141 1, 22 | founded on his mediation, absolutely depends on it, and draws 142 3, 44 | cooperation." The Church draws abundantly from this cooperation, that 143 1, 12 | Elizabeth's exclamation or acclamation was subsequently to become 144 2, 33 | Vladimir, which continually accompanied the pilgrimage of faith 145 Conc, 52 | wonderful discoveries and achieved extraordinary results in 146 3, 46 | femininity with dignity and of achieving their own true advancement. 147 2, 36 | culminating moment, Mary's faith acquires a new consciousness and 148 3, 39 | whole mission through her actions and sufferings. Along the 149 1, 16 | for they tell her of the actual historical situation in 150 | actually 151 Int, 5 | mystery of the Church, as she actuates and accomplishes her own 152 1, 20 | Father's business," which add a new dimension and meaning 153 2, 26 | returning to the Father, he had added: "when the Holy Spirit has 154 1, 8 | Why does the archangel address the Virgin of Nazareth in 155 3, 38 | help, they may more closely adhere to the Mediator and Redeemer."98 156 2, 29(74) | XIII, Encyclical Epistle Adiutricem Populi (5 September 1985): 157 3, 40 | of Advocate, Auxiliatrix, Adjutrix and Mediatrix."106~ 158 3, 46 | achieving their own true advancement. In the light of Mary, the 159 Conc, 52 | technology. It has made great advances along the path of progress 160 1, 17 | amidst all the trials and the adversities of Jesus' infancy and then 161 1, 13(30) | disobedient virgin, man was afflicted and, being cast down, died, 162 1, 9 | says to her: "Do not be afraid, Mary, for you have found 163 1, 18 | the Cross her Son hangs in agony as one condemned. "He was 164 2, 30 | Communities are finding agreement with the Catholic Church 165 3, 50 | them implore that she who aided the beginning of the Church 166 1, 12 | city would be the modern Ain Karim, situated in the mountains, 167 2, 31 | of Mary by St. Cyril of Alexandria, and in their turn they 168 3, 48(143)| with the figure of Saint Alfonso Maria de' Liguori, the second 169 1, 10 | with the words which Dante Alighieri places on the lips of St. 170 1, 18 | of grace in her soul, how all-pervading is the influence of the 171 | almost 172 | alone 173 Conc, 52 | entered human history. Year alter year the antiphon rises 174 3, 42 | protection."119 This cult is altogether special: it bears in itself 175 Conc, 51 | himself, cannot fail to be amazed at this gift in which he 176 Conc, 52 | in our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.~Given in Rome, at Saint 177 1, 17 | to believe day after day amidst all the trials and the adversities 178 2, 32 | the Holy Spirit. In the Anaphora or Eucharistic Prayer of 179 1, 10(25) | Hom.: PG 98, 327f.; Saint Andrew of Crete, Canon in B. Mariae 180 1, 15 | heavenly messenger also announces that "he will be great"- 181 1, 8(21) | Chrysostom (Pseudo), In Annunhationem Deiparae et contra Arium 182 2, 37 | said of himself: "(God) has anointed me to preach good news to 183 1, 12 | in Elizabeth in order to answer Mary's question. "How shall 184 1, 17 | the twelve-year-old Jesus answered: "Did you not know that 185 Int, 1 | Church sees projected, and anticipated in her most noble member, 186 1, 8(21) | Annuntiationem, 5: PG 85, 441-46; Antipater of Bosra, Hom. II, In Sanctissimae 187 1, 13(30) | obedience": Expositio doctrinae apostolicae, 33: S.Ch. 62, 83-86; cf. 188 1, 20 | not in opposition, despite appearances, to the blessing uttered 189 Int, 3 | constantly been aware that Mary appeared on the horizon of salvation 190 Int, 4 | then this principle must be applied in a very particular way 191 1, 21 | that "hour" means the time appointed by the Father when the Son 192 2, 33 | lands to Christianity is approaching: lands of humble folk, of 193 2, 33 | Rev. 5:9-14).85~It is also appropriate to mention the icon of Our 194 3, 47 | Gentium, which had just been approved by the Council, Paul VI 195 3, 43(126)| Evang. Lucae, Ad Claras Aquas, VII, 53, No. 40, 68, No. 196 1, 8 | name mean? Why does the archangel address the Virgin of Nazareth 197 3, 50 | that "the Easterners...with ardent emotion and devout mind 198 1, 8(21) | Annunhationem Deiparae et contra Arium impium, PG 62, 765f.; Basil 199 2, 35 | shown strength with his arm,~he has scattered the proud-hearted,~ 200 2, 31 | the outstanding glories of Armenia, with powerful poetic inspiration 201 2, 29 | Christ's disciples the Spirit arouses the desire to be peacefully 202 1, 12 | far from Jerusalem. Mary arrived there "in haste," to visit 203 3, 40 | of the Resurrection and Ascension Mary entered the Upper Room 204 1, 17(36) | Ascent of Mount Carmel, 1. II, 205 3, 50 | northern territories of the Asian continent. We would therefore 206 3, 40 | heaven, she did not lay aside this saving role, but by 207 1, 17 | the Temple, and his Mother asked him, "Son, why have you 208 2, 32 | after the epiclesis the assembled community sings in honor 209 1, 18 | reserve, offering the full assent of the intellect and the 210 2, 26 | intellect and will...and freely assenting to the truth revealed by 211 2, 27 | Christ. And the Church was assiduous in prayer together with 212 1, 20 | relate to the goals and tasks assigned to every human being. Within 213 1, 13 | of God that precedes and assists" and perfect openness to 214 Int, 3 | the Eternal One, who had associated this hidden "daughter of 215 1, 15 | by the fact that he is to assume the inheritance of David. 216 Int, 4 | in which the Word truly assumes human nature into the unity 217 3, 41(107)| 181-185; Saint Bernard, In Assumptione Beatae Mariae Sermo, 1-2: 218 2, 33 | human reasoning and who attained through faith the most sublime 219 3, 45(130)| his own duties, which he attended to with dedication."~ 220 2, 30 | desired by those who are attentively listening to what "the Spirit 221 Conc, 52 | us." For, as this prayer attests, the Church sees the Blessed 222 2, 28 | through the radiance and attraction of the great shrines where 223 3, 45 | that the role of son was attributed to the disciple and that 224 1, 10(26) | Liturgy of the Hours of 15 August, Assumption of the Blessed 225 1, 16 | census ordered by the Roman authorities, Mary went with Joseph to 226 3, 40 | the titles of Advocate, Auxiliatrix, Adjutrix and Mediatrix."106~ 227 1, 14 | moment of Mary's faith in her awaiting of Christ, but it is also 228 1, 12 | shares in this witness: "The babe in my womb leaped for joy" ( 229 1, 17 | understanding and revealed them to babes" (Mt. 11:25). For "no one 230 3, 44 | Christian people at the Sacred Banquet - the liturgical celebration 231 3, 48 | to live faithfully their baptismal commitments. I am pleased 232 1, 12 | child is the future John the Baptist, who at the Jordan will 233 1, 12 | with her who was called barren. For with God nothing will 234 1, 8(21) | Arium impium, PG 62, 765f.; Basil of Seleucia, Oratio 39, 235 1, 20 | through faith Mary became the bearer of the Son given to her 236 3, 40(105)| in Collectio Missarum de Beata Maria Virgine, ed. typ. 237 3, 41(107)| Bernard, In Assumptione Beatae Mariae Sermo, 1-2: S. Bernardi 238 2, 31 | pay high tribute, in very beautiful hymns, to Mary ever Virgin... 239 2, 25 | it with those means which befit it as a visible and social 240 1, 17 | completely, as the one who begets him in the eternal "today" ( 241 | behind 242 Int, 1 | sent his Son "that whoever believes in him should not perish 243 1, 9 | munificence from which Mary benefits by being chosen and destined 244 1, 7(19) | of the predestination and benevolence of the God and Father who 245 Conc, 52 | complicated problems which today beset the lives of individuals, 246 | beside 247 1, 8 | In the language of the Bible "grace" means a special 248 Int, 3 | drawing near, in which the Bimillennial Jubilee of the birth of 249 Conc, 52 | hearts of all believers.~As Bishop of Rome, I send to all those 250 3, 48 | The Extraordinary Synod of Bishops held in 1985 exhorted everyone 251 1, 7 | that we should be holy and blameless before him. He destined 252 2, 27 | mystery of Christ leads us to bless his Mother, in the form 253 1, 21 | recovering of sight to the blind..." (cf. Lk. 4:18).~Another 254 2, 31 | persecution, even to the point of bloodshed. It is a history of fidelity 255 2, 31 | it with a profuse poetic blossoming.81 The poetic genius of 256 1, 21 | especially if we consider the blunt statement "My hour has not 257 2, 37 | Mother of the living,"92 boldly proclaims the undimmed truth 258 3, 43(126)| Revelation Dei Verbum, 8; Saint Bonaventure, Comment. in Evang. Lucae, 259 1, 20 | towards those mysterious bonds of the spirit which develop 260 1, 8(21) | 85, 441-46; Antipater of Bosra, Hom. II, In Sanctissimae 261 2, 25 | cf Mt 16:18). For he has bought it for himself with his 262 1, 23(47) | leaned his head on Jesus' breast and having received from 263 2, 34 | Church can begin once more to breathe fully with her "two lungs," 264 Conc, 51 | man!147 How clearly he has bridged all the spaces of that infinite " 265 2, 29 | which Mary is the first and brightest example. And since she " 266 2, 28 | energetically and constantly to bring all humanity...back to Christ 267 Int, 6 | salvation. Here there opens up a broad prospect, within which the 268 Int, 1 | 14), and made himself our brother. It marks the moment when 269 2, 33 | venerated in the Ukraine, in Byelorussia and in Russia under various 270 Int, 4(9) | Council of Chalcedon, o. c. 84-87: DS 300-303.~ 271 Int, 4 | unity of his person, without cancelling out that nature.~ 272 1, 10(25) | Saint Andrew of Crete, Canon in B. Mariae Natalem, 4. 273 2, 35 | in a special way by the canticle of the "Magnificat," which, 274 1, 21 | proclaim release to the captives and recovering of sight 275 Conc, 52 | this transformation and captures its unceasing "here and 276 3, 48 | to promote a new and more careful reading of what the Council 277 2, 37 | there is a duty to safeguard carefully the importance of "the poor" 278 1, 23 | at Cana presents Mary's caring motherhood at the beginning 279 1, 17(36) | Ascent of Mount Carmel, 1. II, Ch. 3, 4-6.~ 280 1, 10(26) | Vespers; Saint Peter Damian, Carmina et preces, XLVII: PL 145, 281 2, 37(91) | 439-445; Tertullian, De carne Christi, 17, 4-6: CCL 2, 282 1, 17 | regarded by the people as "the carpenter's son" (Mt. 13:55).~The 283 3, 47 | the Mother of the Church, carries on in heaven her maternal 284 1, 24 | Room at Jerusalem. In both cases her discreet yet essential 285 3, 50 | Baptism, both Orthodox and Catholics, repeating and confirming 286 2, 35 | faith at the Visitation, ceaselessly re-echoes in the heart of 287 3, 40(105)| the Church recognizes and celebrates Mary's "maternal role": 288 3, 50 | prayer with all those who are celebrating the Millennium of this Baptism, 289 3, 43 | total self-giving to God in celibacy "for the kingdom of heaven," 290 2, 33 | Icon of the Virgin of the Cenacle, praying with the Apostles 291 1, 16 | on the occasion of the census ordered by the Roman authorities, 292 2, 28 | This is the message of centers like Guadalupe, Lourdes, 293 3, 42(121)| Constitution on the Church Lumen Centium, 63.~ 294 3, 48 | Conception (defined exactly a century before) and of her Assumption 295 2, 28(69) | the Consecration of the Chalice in the Eucharistic Prayers.~ 296 1, 7(19) | of himself or suffering change, it is she who gave you 297 1, 21 | wrought by Jesus - the water changed into wine - which prompts 298 Int, 1(1) | Gentium, 52 and the whole of Chapter VIII, entitled "The Role 299 3, 45 | in the order of nature" characterizes the union between mother 300 2, 32 | more honorable than the Cherubim and incomparably more glorious 301 1, 16 | was manifested in a way on Christmas night, when the shepherds 302 Int, 1(2) | fullness of time" (pleroma tou chronou) is parallel with similar 303 1, 8(21) | PL 40, 250; Saint Peter Chrysologus, Sermo 142: PL 52, 579f.; 304 Int, 3 | 3. The circumstance which now moves me to take 305 1, 8 | Nazareth, within the concrete circumstances of the history of Israel, 306 Conc, 52 | the path of progress and civilization, and in recent times one 307 2, 25(52) | Saint Augustine, De civitate Dei, XVIII, 51: CCL 48, 308 3, 43(126)| Comment. in Evang. Lucae, Ad Claras Aquas, VII, 53, No. 40, 309 3, 47 | Church, there is further clarified the mystery of that "woman" 310 3, 38 | no creature could ever be classed with the Incarnate Word 311 1, 13(30) | This is a classic theme, already expounded 312 3, 41(110)| mediation as implorer of clemency from the "Son as Judge," 313 Int, 1(2) | Moses has now reached its climax, in the sense that Christ 314 1, 23 | sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene. When 315 3, 38 | maternal help, they may more closely adhere to the Mediator and 316 Int, 3 | years which are bringing us closer to the end of the second 317 1, 17 | Moses and the Patriarchs the cloud covered the presence of 318 1, 20 | unknown woman, but rather coincides with that blessing in the 319 3, 40(105)| and Mediatrix of Grace, in Collectio Missarum de Beata Maria 320 3, 46 | to work; the ability to combine penetrating intuition with 321 2, 25 | Church as the invisible Comforter (parakletos) (cf. Jn. 14: 322 1, 23(47) | from Jesus Mary as Mother": Comm. in loan., I, 6: PG 14, 323 1, 16 | accordance with the angel's command - the name Jesus was given ( 324 1, 10(27) | Divina Commedia, Paradiso, XXXIII, 1; cf. 325 3, 43(126)| Verbum, 8; Saint Bonaventure, Comment. in Evang. Lucae, Ad Claras 326 3, 48 | faithfully their baptismal commitments. I am pleased to note that 327 3, 43 | 2:19, 51), the Church is committed to preserving the word of 328 2, 35 | moments of both personal and communal devotion. ~"My soul magnifies 329 3, 38 | goodness of God is in reality communicated diversely to his creatures."97~ 330 3, 38 | consubstantial Son and his "generous companion" in the work of redemption " 331 Int, 6 | great historical process, comparable "to a journey." The pilgrimage 332 Int, 3 | expectation of the Savior we compare these years which are bringing 333 1, 19 | In the light of this comparison with Eve, the Fathers of 334 1, 18(40) | Mary's participation or "compassion" in the death of Christ, 335 2, 37 | order to understand in its completeness the meaning of her own mission."93~ 336 2, 31 | Churches have experienced a complex history, but it is one that 337 Conc, 52 | and sharing in the many complicated problems which today beset 338 Int, 3 | third, it becomes fully comprehensible that in this present period 339 1, 20 | present as the mother who conceives Jesus in her womb, gives 340 Int, 6 | following reflections we wish to concentrate first of all on the present, 341 1, 20 | completely and exclusively "concerned with his Father's business" ( 342 Int, 5 | is significant that the conciliar text places this truth about 343 2, 33(84) | Ecumenical Council of Nicaea: Conciliorurn Oecumenicorum Decreta, Bologna 344 1, 23 | accomplished. John's description is concise: "Standing by the cross 345 Int, 2 | Lumen Gentium, which in its concluding part offers a clear summary 346 3, 50 | emotion and devout mind concur in reverencing the Mother 347 1, 18 | Son hangs in agony as one condemned. "He was despised and rejected 348 3, 50 | Catholics, repeating and confirming with the Council those sentiments 349 3, 41 | might be the more thoroughly conformed to her Son, the Lord of 350 1, 14 | unsearchable judgments" of God, conforms herself to them in the dim 351 2, 37(93) | Congregation for the Doctrine of the 352 Int, 6 | increase in holiness by conquering sin, and so they raise their 353 1, 24 | redemptive death Jesus Christ conquers the evil of sin and death 354 Conc, 52 | constant challenge to people's consciences, a challenge to man's whole 355 2, 36 | Mary's faith acquires a new consciousness and a new expression. That 356 3, 43 | of heaven," in virginity consecrated to God (cf. Mt. 19:11-12; 357 3, 39 | the love which totally "consecrates" a human being to God. By 358 1, 18 | his sacrifice, lovingly consenting to the immolation of the 359 3, 39 | acceptance of motherhood. Mary consents to God's choice, in order 360 3, 39 | herself the supernatural consequences of this one mediation - 361 1, 10 | Incarnation became her own Son. Consequently, through the power of the 362 2, 30 | faith. They must resolve considerable discrepancies of doctrine 363 1, 8 | troubled at the saying, and considered in her mind what sort of 364 3, 44 | the Church's mystery also consists in generating people to 365 1, 10(25) | Cf. Saint Germanus of Constantinople, In Annuntiationem SS. Deiparae 366 Int, 2 | through time towards the consummation of the ages and goes to 367 2, 31(81) | the Ethiopian Psalter and contains hymns and prayers to Mary 368 2, 27 | her, and at the same time "contemplated her in the light of the 369 Int, 3 | unnoticed by the eyes of her contemporaries - shone very clearly before 370 1, 12 | an essential Mariological content, namely the truth about 371 3, 48 | the topic to which the contents of this Encyclical are devoted. 372 3, 50 | territories of the Asian continent. We would therefore like, 373 2, 28 | and societies, even whole continents, seek to meet the Mother 374 1, 24 | before the day of Pentecost 'continuing with one mind in prayer 375 Conc, 52 | It is an unending and continuous transformation between falling 376 3, 38 | Mary. She experiences it continuously and commends it to the hearts 377 1, 8(21) | Annunhationem Deiparae et contra Arium impium, PG 62, 765f.; 378 1, 18 | that he was the "sign of contradiction" foretold by Simeon. At 379 2, 33 | an end to the wellknown controversy about the cult of sacred 380 2, 30 | the West76 are steadily converging upon these two inseparable 381 2, 33 | first Millennium of the conversion of those noble lands to 382 3, 47 | to the members of Christ, cooperating in the birth and development 383 2, 31 | the salvific mystery.~The Coptic and Ethiopian traditions 384 3, 48(141)| Encyclical Letter Fulgens Corona (8 September 1953): AAS 385 1, 24 | Spirit, there is a unique correspondence between the moment of the 386 3, 41 | Christ obeyed even at the cost of death, and was therefore 387 2, 31 | were defined in Ecumenical Councils held in the East,"77 but 388 1, 18 | the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing 389 1, 19 | becomes in a certain sense the counterpoise to the disobedience and 390 2, 28 | situated in the various countries. Among them how could I 391 1, 17 | the Patriarchs the cloud covered the presence of God (cf. 392 2, 37 | existence to all that is. In creating man, God gives him the dignity 393 1, 8(21) | Severianus of Gabala, In mundi creationem, Oratio VI, 10: PG 56, 497f.; 394 1, 7 | all are included in the creative work of God "in the beginning," 395 3, 47 | Profession of faith known as the "Credo of the People of God." he 396 1, 10(25) | 327f.; Saint Andrew of Crete, Canon in B. Mariae Natalem, 397 Int, 2 | expounded the foundations and criteria of the special veneration 398 Int, 6 | heaven, Mary has already crossed the threshold between faith 399 1, 23 | economy of grace at its crowning moment, namely when Christ' 400 1, 12 | greets Mary with a loud cry: "Blessed are you among 401 Int, 1 | his Son into our hearts, crying, 'Abba! Father!'" (Gal. 402 2, 31(82) | Nativitate: Scriptores Syri, 82, CSCO, 186.~ 403 2, 37(91) | example Saint Justin, Dialogus cum Tryphone ludaeo, 100: Otto 404 2, 33 | at the roadside.84 This custom has been maintained in the 405 2, 31 | the mystery of Mary by St. Cyril of Alexandria, and in their 406 1, 10(26) | Second Vespers; Saint Peter Damian, Carmina et preces, XLVII: 407 3, 40 | journey on earth surrounded by dangers and difficulties, until 408 1, 10 | her with the words which Dante Alighieri places on the 409 Int, 3 | point for identifying the date of Mary's birth, the Church 410 Bles | Blessing~Venerable Brothers and dear Sons and Daughters, ~Health 411 3, 50 | separation which took place some decades later [1054], we can say 412 Int, 2 | great predecessor Paul VI decided to speak further of the 413 1, 14 | heart everything that is decreed in the divine plan.~ 414 3, 45(130)| which he attended to with dedication."~ 415 1, 21 | the wedding guests.~What deep understanding existed between 416 Int, 5 | also finds the path to a deeper understanding of the mystery 417 2, 33 | until the day of the Lord (Deesis); as the protectress who 418 2, 31(80) | Ecumenical Council of Chalcedon, Definitio fidei: Conciliorum Oecumenicorum 419 3, 48(141)| anniversary of the dogmatic definition of the Immaculate Conception 420 1, 21 | which in various forms and degrees weighs heavily upon his 421 1, 8(21) | Hom. II, In Sanctissimae DeiparaeAnnuntiationem, 3-11: PG 85, 1777-1783; 422 Int, 1 | eternal life" (Jn. 3:16). It denotes the blessed moment when 423 3, 38 | rest on his mediation, depend entirely on it, and draw 424 1, 13 | made possible, as far as it depended upon her in the divine plan, 425 2, 37 | liberation. "Mary is totally dependent upon God and completely 426 1, 22 | his mediation, absolutely depends on it, and draws all its 427 2, 37 | the Visitation, the Church derives the truth about the God 428 1, 20 | according to the flesh" deriving from a common origin from 429 2, 31(81) | Ethiopian hymnology and liturgy deserves to be emphasized.~ 430 Int, 1 | Finally, this "fullness" designates the hidden beginning of 431 1, 9 | accomplishment of God's salvific designs for humanity, and if the 432 2, 37 | truth about God, the Church desires to shed light upon the difficult 433 1, 9 | adopted children is the destiny of everyone, then the election 434 3, 39 | least indirectly, by certain details noted by the Synoptics ( 435 3, 44 | 27). They are words which determine Mary's place in the life 436 2, 29 | peacefully united, in the manner determined by Christ, as one flock 437 2, 28 | the nations of the earth, "devote themselves to prayer together 438 3, 50 | with ardent emotion and devout mind concur in reverencing 439 2, 30 | work of salvation.75 The dialogues begun by the Catholic Church 440 2, 37(91) | for example Saint Justin, Dialogus cum Tryphone ludaeo, 100: 441 1, 13(30) | afflicted and, being cast down, died, so also by the action of 442 3, 48(141)| his Encyclical Letter Ad Diem Illum (2 February 1904), 443 3, 40 | surrounded by dangers and difficulties, until they are led to their 444 1, 14 | conforms herself to them in the dim light of faith, accepting 445 2, 28 | religious institutes and dioceses; through the radiance and 446 Int, 3 | Christ at the same time directs our gaze towards his Mother. 447 3, 42 | the hope which does not disappoint (cf. Rom. 5:5).~Mary believed 448 3, 43 | investigating its riches with discernment and prudence, in order to 449 2, 26 | before their eyes had been disclosed and confirmed in the Cross 450 1, 17 | creature thus permitted to discover Christ was Mary, who lived 451 1, 20 | in that same faith she discovered and accepted the other dimension 452 Conc, 52 | Mankind has made wonderful discoveries and achieved extraordinary 453 1, 13 | This is Elizabeth's joyful discovery: "The mother of my Lord 454 2, 30 | must resolve considerable discrepancies of doctrine concerning the 455 1, 13(30) | as by the action of the disobedient virgin, man was afflicted 456 1, 24 | length fulfilled and the new dispensation established. All this occurred 457 1, 13(30) | advocate of the virgin, should dissolve and destroy the virginal 458 Conc, 51 | spaces of that infinite "distance" which separates the Creator 459 1, 20 | motherhood.~Is Jesus thereby distancing himself from his mother 460 3, 38 | maternal character, which distinguishes it from the mediation of 461 1, 9 | 32). And when the Virgin, disturbed by that extraordinary greeting, 462 3, 38 | in reality communicated diversely to his creatures."97~The 463 1, 20 | Lk. 11:28). He wishes to divert attention from motherhood 464 1, 10(27) | Divina Commedia, Paradiso, XXXIII, 465 2, 31 | time began according to his divinity, in the last days, for our 466 Conc, 51 | that he has matched the "divinization" of man to humanity's historical 467 2, 29 | in the world while their division constitutes a scandal.73~ 468 1, 13(30) | virginal obedience": Expositio doctrinae apostolicae, 33: S.Ch. 62, 469 1, 10 | belief formulated in solemn documents of the Church, this "glory 470 2, 31 | Theotokos. Not only "basic dogmas of the Christian faith concerning 471 2, 28 | of Christian families or "domestic churches," of parish and 472 1, 8 | blessed among women."~The double greeting is due to the fact 473 2, 25 | 2 Esd. 13:1; Num. 20:4; Dt. 23:1ff.). Likewise the 474 3, 50 | of Saint Vladimir, Grand Duke of Kiev [988]. This marked 475 3, 45(130)| his own, but among his own duties, which he attended to with 476 2, 37 | but also that there is a duty to safeguard carefully the 477 Int, 1 | with God...became flesh and dwelt among us" (Jn. 1:1, 14), 478 3, 45(130)| result of the words of the dying Christ: cf. Saint Augustine, 479 2, 30 | other, Christians who are eager to do what Jesus tells them - 480 3, 43 | interesting sign of the early Church's awareness of her 481 3, 45 | of this fact it becomes easier to understand why in Christ' 482 Int, 1 | member, the saving grace of Easter. And above all, in the Incarnation 483 2, 36 | personal experience, the ecstasy of her heart, shines forth. 484 2, 37 | Church renews ever more effectively in herself the awareness 485 3, 45(130)| Greek text the expression "eis ta idia" goes beyond the 486 1, 21 | 4:18).~Another essential element of Mary's maternal task 487 2, 37 | not only that these two elements of the message contained 488 2, 33 | merciful Virgin of tenderness (Eleousa). She is usually represented 489 2, 26 | of his mission in Israel. Eleven of them had been made Apostles, 490 1, 19 | to re-echo with supreme eloquence, and the power contained 491 | elsewhere 492 1, 19 | disobedience and disbelief embodied in the sin of our first 493 3, 48 | Council and the synod - embody what the Holy Spirit himself 494 Int, 3 | with the plan of salvation embracing the whole history of humanity. 495 1, 23 | stated and established. It emerges from the definitive accomplishment 496 3, 48 | a fundamental dimension emerging from the Mariology of the 497 1, 14 | And on this road, in an eminent and truly heroic manner - 498 3, 50 | Easterners...with ardent emotion and devout mind concur in 499 3, 49 | human family, but also of emphasizing, in the light of Mary, that 500 1, 18 | thing to be grasped, but emptied himself, taking the form


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