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dc.contributor.authorCichosz, Wojciech
dc.contributor.authorLisica, Jarosław
dc.date.accessioned2015-07-31T18:42:17Z
dc.date.available2015-07-31T18:42:17Z
dc.date.issued2013
dc.identifier.urihttps://depot.ceon.pl/handle/123456789/7396
dc.description.abstractThe aim of this article is to introduce the essence of consecrated life, its roots, aspects, tasks, and a role. The source of these contemplations are John Paul II's exhortations and, to a lesser degree, His pastoral letters and meetings with worshippers. The meaning and importance of John Paul II's reflections about consecrated life and its promotion are expressed emphaticly in the article. Pope emphasized the singnificant and remarkable role of the consecration in the Church. He draws worshippers' attention to exceptional character of this unique service, which can be implemented in two ways: in a community, and in solitude. Consecrated life means to follow Christ's example in one’s life through undertaking obligation of virginity, poverty, obedience, and the entire devotion to God. The fact that John Paul II gives the model of consecrated life, which says about Church’s sancity is shown at the end of this article, and it stresses that the promotion of consecration was becoming the powerful example of the spiritual strength of the Church.pl_PL
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dc.subject"Vita consecrata"pl_PL
dc.subject"Redemptionis donum"pl_PL
dc.subjectJan Paweł IIpl_PL
dc.subjectżycie konsekrowanepl_PL
dc.titleŻycie konsekrowane zwiastunem nieba. Promocja życia konsekrowanego w Adhortacji apostolskiej Jana Pawła II „Redemptionis donum” i „Vita consecrata”pl_PL
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dc.description.epersonJarosław Lisica


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