The Path to Communion

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    The Church, sacrament of communion

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Christian initiation and communion
   
The Eucharist as center of communion with God and with each other

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    The Bishops as builders of communion
    Deeper communion between the particular Churches
    Fraternal communion with the Eastern Catholic Church

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The priesthood as a sign of unity

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   Renewing parishes

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    Permanent deacons
    Consecrated life

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    Lay faithful and the renewal of the Church

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    The dignity of women

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   Challenges facing Christian families

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Young people, the hope of the future

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    Leading children to encounter Christ

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Elements of Communion with other Christian Churches and Ecclesial Communities
    The Church's relations with Jewish communities
   
  Non-Christian religions

 

The Path to Solidarity

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Solidarity, the fruit of communion

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The Church's teaching, a statement of the demands of conversion

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    The Church's
social doctrine

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    Social sins which "cry" to Heaven

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    The ultimate foundation of human rights

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Preferential love of the poor and the outcast

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    Foreign debt

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Corruption

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   The
drug problem

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    The arms race

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    The culture of death and
society dominated by the powerful

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Discrimination against indigenous peoples and Americans of African descent  

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The question of immigrants

Scriptural Verses

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