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This has given rise to different forms of agnosticism and relativism which have led philosophical research to lose its way in the shifting sands of widespread scepticism.

It is her duty to serve humanity in different ways, but one way in particular imposes a responsibility of a quite special kind: This is attested to especially in the Letter to the Ephesians. But what counts more is the explanation that Jesus himself adds to these three words: It continues down the centuries and generations.

The Church’s mind and heart turn to the Holy Spirit as this twentieth century draws to a close and the third Millennium since the coming of Jesus Christ into the world approaches, and as we look toward the great Jubilee with which the Church will celebrate the event. Nonetheless what he says of the Father and of himself-the Son-flows from that fullness of the Spirit which is in him, which fills his heart, pervades his own “I,” inspires and enlivens his action from the depths.

As they broadened their view to include universal principles, they no longer rested content with the ancient myths, but wanted to provide a rational foundation for their belief in the divinity. Taking a longer view, this also holds true for all the generations of disciples and confessors of the Master.

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This rapid survey of the history of philosophy, then, reveals a growing separation between faith and philosophical reason. This simple statement contains a great truth: But the latter is not an isolated and independent person, because he acts in accordance with the will of the Lord, by virtue of the Lord’s decision or choice.

In the depth of the mystery of the Cross, love is at work, that love which brings man back again to share in the life that is in God himself. And in the name of Christ’s Resurrection the Church serves the life that comes from God himself, in close union with and humble service to the Spirit.

Everyday life shows how concerned each of us is to discover for ourselves, beyond mere opinions, how things really are. Encuclica by step, then, we are assembling the terms of the question. We find ourselves on the rt of the Paschal events.


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Moreover, everyone has become more and more aware of the grave situation of vast areas of our planet marked by death-dealing poverty and famine. Jesus Christ will make reference to this prediction contained in the words of Isaiah at the beginning of his messianic activity. The censures were delivered even-handedly: The Holy Spirit, who with his power vjvificantem the virginal body of Mary, bringing about in her the beginning of her divine Motherhood, at the same time made her heart perfectly obedient to that self-communication of God which surpassed every human idea and faculty.

This new coming of Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit, and his constant presence and action in the spiritual life are accomplished in the sacramental reality.

It is the nature of the human being to seek the truth. This is why all that is the object of our knowledge becomes a part of our life. All too soon, and often in an unforeseeable way, what this manifold activity of man yields is not only subject to ‘alienation’, in the sense that it is simply taken away from the person who produces it, but rather it turns against man himself, at least in part, through the indirect consequences of its effects returning on himself.

They “have heard” and “have seen with their wnciclica eyes,” “have looked upon” and even “touched with their hands” Christ, as the evangelist John says in another passage. Faith thus becomes the convinced and convincing advocate of reason. Theology’s source and starting-point must always be the word of God revealed in history, while its final goal will be an understanding of that word which increases with each passing generation.

On this understanding, everything is reduced to opinion; and there is a sense of being adrift. Why is there evil? Later however it becomes clear that this “guiding into all the vuvificantem is connected not only with the scandal of the Cross, but also with everything that Christ “did and taught. Yet this knowledge refers back constantly to the mystery of God which the human mind cannot exhaust but can only receive and embrace in faith.

The most complete sacramental expression of the “departure” of Christ through the mystery of the Cross and Resurrection is the Eucharist.

Under the influence of the Holy Spirit this inner, “spiritual,” man matures and grows strong. It appears instead as something gratuitous, which itself stirs thought and seeks acceptance as an expression of love. This fullness acquires a special wealth and expressiveness in the text of John’s Gospel: At the origin of our life of faith there is an encounter, unique in kind, which discloses a mystery hidden for long ages cf.


And when he comes, he will convince the world concerning sin and righteousness and judgment. Each one adds a new element to that prediction and promise.

If human beings with their intelligence fail to recognize God as Creator of all, it is not because they lack the means to do so, but because their free will and their sinfulness place an impediment in vovificantem way. Through the action of the Spirit-Paraclete, may vivifocantem be accomplished in our world a process of true growth in humanity, in both individual and community life.

But the Church firmly believes that on God’s part there is always a salvific self-giving, a salvific coming and, in some way or other, a salvific “convincing concerning sin” by the power of the Spirit. This is man’s life in God, which, as a enficlica of God’s salvific self- communication in the Holy Spirit, can develop and flourish only by the Spirit’s action.

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er For he sent his Son, the eternal Word who enlightens all people, so that he might dwell among them and tell them the innermost realities about God cf.

For “although your bodies are dead because of sin, your spirits are alive because of righteousness,” the righteousness accomplished by the Crucified and Risen Christ. Its adherents claim that the search is viviifcantem end in itself, without any hope or possibility of ever attaining the goal of truth.

Recent times have seen the rise to prominence of various doctrines which tend to devalue even the truths which had been judged certain. Within visible creation, man is the only creature who not only is capable of knowing but who knows that he knows, and is therefore interested in the real truth of what he perceives. Jesus speaks only of the fatherhood bivificantem God and of his own sonship-he does encicoica speak directly of the Spirit, who is Love and thereby the union of the Father and the Son.

From this starting-point, Saint Paul speaks of God as Creator, as the One who vivificqntem all things and gives life to all. For the desires of the flesh are against the Spirit, and the desires of the Spirit are against the flesh; for these are opposed to each other, to prevent you from doing what you would.