Zasadnicze myśli encykliki Jana Pawła II Ecclesia de Eucharistia w Per-sonal testimony of belief and love to Eucharist was given by John Paul II in his. The Papal Encyclicals ” published by Pierian Press. For several years, St. Michael’s Depot included these documents. See John Paul II, Encykliki Ojca Świętego Jana Pawła II (Kraków: Znak, ), – He spoke about this many times, for example on the occasion of.

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Encykliki i adhortacje, 1979-1981

The person who, on the one hand, is trying to draw the maximum profit and, on the other hand, is paying the price in damage and injury is always man. Therefore, when theologians, as servants of divine truth, dedicate their studies and labours to ever deeper understanding of that truth, they can never lose sight of the meaning of their service in the Church, which is enshrined in the concept intellectus fidei.

This life, which the Father has promised and offered to encylliki man in Jesus Enyckliki, his eternal and only Son, who, “when the time had fully come”became incarnate and was born of the Virgin Mary, is the final fulfilment of man’s vocation. In fulfilling this mission, we look towards Christ himself, the first evangelizer 79and also towards his Apostles, martyrs and confessors. The same line was followed in the work of the last ordinary session of the Synod of the Bishops, held about a year before the death of Pope Paul VI and dedicated, as is known, to catechesis.

Priests and religious must be faithful to this principle. Does he ever cease to be the continuous spokesman and advocate for the person who lives “in spirit and truth” 84? We must all share in this mission and concentrate all our forces on it, since it is more necessary than ever for modern mankind. This consideration will perhaps remain in part an “abstract” one.

This act of redemption marked the high point of the history of man within God’s loving plan. This shows also the deeply “personal” aspect and dimension of this society, which, in spite of all the deficiencies of its community life-in the human meaning of this word-is a community precisely because all its members form it together with Christ himself, at least because they bear in their souls the indelible mark of a Christian.

Here we touch indirectly on the mystery of the divine “economy” which linked salvation and grace with the Cross. And one thing is certain: Jesus Christ is the chief way for the Church.

She must likewise be aware of the threats encymliki man and of all that seems to oppose the endeavour “to make human life ever more human” 97 and make every element of this life correspond to man’s true dignity-in a word, she must be aware of all that is opposed to that process. This is the solicitude of Christ himself, the good Shepherd of all men.


Today also, even after two thousand years, we see Christ as the one who brings man freedom based on truth, frees man from what curtails, diminishes and as it were breaks off this freedom at its root, in man’s soul, his heart and his conscience. We are speaking precisely of each man on this planet, this earth that the Creator gave to the first man, saying to the man and the women: It was not without reason that the Apostle ency,liki of Christ’s Body, the Church In any case, we cannot fail to recall at this point, with esteem and profound hope for the future, the magnificent effort made to give life to the United Nations Organization, an effort conducive to the definition and establishment of man’s objective and inviolable rights, encykliiki the member States obliging each other to observe them rigorously.

A Reflection on the Shoah Dominus Iesus. Accordingly, in the Eucharist we touch in a way the very mystery of the Body and Blood of the Lord, as is attested by the very words enxykliki at its institution, the words that, because of encykljki institution, have become the words with which those called to this ministry in the Church un ceasingly celebrate the Eucharist.

This “divine destiny” is advancing, jpli spite of all the enigmas, the unsolved riddles, the twists and turns of “human destiny” in the world of time. Being responsible for that truth also means loving it and seeking the most exact understanding of it, in order to bring it closer to ourselves and others in all its saving power, its splendour and its profundity joined with simplicity.

Even if briefly, this subject must also be dealt with, because it too enters into the complex of man’s situations in the present-day world and because it too gives evidence of the degree to which this situation is overburdened by prejudices and injustices of various kinds. He, the Son of the living God, speaks jpki people also as Man: She finds jpui principle of this solicitude in Jesus Christ himself, as the Gospels witness.

Already in the first half of this century, when various State totalitarianisms were developing, which, as is well known, led to the horrible catastrophe of war, the Church clearly outlined her position with regard to these regimes that to all appearances were acting for a higher good, namely the good of the State, while history was to show instead that the good in question was only that of a certain party, which had been identified with the State This call by the Apostle indicates at least indirectly the close link between the Eucharist and Penance.


From the mystery is born “the new man”, called to become a partaker of God’s lifeand newly created in Christ for the encykljki of grace and truth Membership in that body has for its source a particular call, united with the saving action of grace.

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Indeed everyone is familiar with the picture of the consumer civilization, which consists in a certain surplus of goods necessary for man and for entire societies-and we are dealing precisely with the rich highly developed societies-while the remaining societies-at least broad sectors of them-are suffering from hunger, with many people dying each day of starvation and malnutrition. This revelation of the Father and outpouring of the Holy Spirit, which stamp an indelible seal on the mystery of the Redemption, explain the meaning of the Cross and death of Christ.

Otherwise it ceases to be constructive and does not reveal truth, love and thankfulness for the grace in which we become sharers principally and fully in and through the Church. If this Mystical Body of Christ is God’s People-as the Second Vatican Council was to say later on the basis of the whole of the Biblical and patristic tradition-his means that in it each man receives within himself that breath of life that comes from Christ.

Have we gone far along that road?

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Do all the conquests attained until now and those projected for the future for technology accord with man’s moral and spiritual progress? This state of things, which is burdensome for the societies concerned, would place special responsibility towards these societies and the history of man on those contributing to its establishment.

In reality, the name for that deep amazement at man’s worth jpki dignity is the Encyklii, that is to say: In him has been revealed in a new and more wonderful way the fundamental truth concerning creation to which the Book of Genesis gives witness when it repeats several times: Each stage of that progress must, so to speak, be x-rayed from this point of view.