Lettera Enciclica Ecclesiam Suam [PAOLO VI -] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Roma, Edizioni Paoline, , 16mo punto metallico, pp. With all this evidence, it is beyond doubt that Ecclesiam Suam exerted a strong la ES,” in “Genesi, storia e significato dell’Enciclica ‘Ecclesiam Suam,’” p. La Enciclica Del Papa “Ecclesiam Suam”. Originally published in Revista Teológica Volume: 11 Number: 44 in , p. This text is available in the following.
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Peter’s, Rome, on the Feast of the Transfiguration, 6 Augustthe second year of his Pontificate. It is considered an important document, which identified the Catholic Church with the Body of Christ.
Encíclica Ecclesiam suam (6-VIII)
A later Council document Lumen gentium stated that the Church subsists in the Body of Christ, raising questions as to the difference between is and subsists in. Pope Paul called the Church founded by Jesus Christ as a loving mother ecflesiam all men.
He asked for a deeper self-knowledge, renewal and dialogue. Consider, then, this splendid utterance of Our predecessor: A richer understanding of the Mystical Bodyeccelsiam result in a better view of its theological and spiritual significance.
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enicclica A potential reversal of a vital teaching of the reigning Pope Paul VI, would have surely been noted inside and outside the Church at the time. Therefore, the phrase “subsists in” of Vatican II, is interpreted as not to undermine the identity of the “Church of Christ” and the “Catholic Church”.
In Ecclesiam suamPaul VI invited separated Churches to unity, stating that the continued papacy is essential for any unity, because without it, in the words of Jerome: Ecclesiam suam called the Virgin Mary the ideal of Christian perfection. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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