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autor: Adamczyk, D.

tytuł: Katecheza o grzechu Kaina na podstawie perykopy z Rdz 4,1-16

Studia Pastoralne 6 (2010) 183-202

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słowa kluczowe: bratobójstwogrzechKaintwarzświętość życia

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CATECHESIS ABOUT CAIN’S SIN UPON PERISCOPE FROM GEN 4,1-16.
Summary
Cain selfishly negated differentiation in the world, which was established by God. He lacked an appropriate relationship with himself. He didn’t overcome evil tendencies, didn’t gain control over sin and allowed himself to commit murder. Breaking our relationship with God leads to injustice in relations with others. Even after his sin, God attempts to re-establish dialogue with Cain, who however again turns out to be hardened toward God’s voice. For his sin he is cursed and outcast. God still promises him protection and places a mark upon him. Because He wants the conversion of the sinner more then his death. God gives him a chance for transformation.



autor: Bartoszek, A.

tytuł: Moralne przesłanie Jana Pawła II do pielęgniarek

Studia Pastoralne 2 (2006) 247-257

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słowa kluczowe: Jan Paweł IIpielęgniarkisłużba zdrowiaświętość życia

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JOHN PAUL II'S MORAL MESSAGE TO NURSES
This paper is addressed to nurses and healthcare chaplains. It is an attempt to establish a moral message to nurses from John Paul II's teaching that was carried out during his Pon-tificate. Among the sources that contributed significantly to the shape of this work are: an encyclical Evangelium Vitae, an Apostolic Letter Salvifici Doloris as well as many ad-dresses and messages to healthcare professionals. The present synthesis introduces John Paul II as the one highlighting the dignity of nurses (he goes as far as to say that the nursing profession is a vocation) and as the person who constantly stimulated healthcare workers, nurses included, to the general approach to patients involving the spiritual dimension of a human being. John Paul II spoke out forcefully and frequently for the sanctity of the human life. He called on nurses to care for every single patient, especially for the one who is feeble, disabled, elderly or the one who is in persistent vegetative state (PVS). He also recalled repeatedly our fundamental right and duty to raise an objection against all the actions that threaten human life.



autor: Biela, B.

tytuł: Przygotowanie dalsze i bliższe do sakramentu pokuty i pojednania

Studia Pastoralne 3 (2007) 36-53

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słowa kluczowe: sakrament pokuty i pojednaniaszafarz sakramentu pokutypenitentnabożeństwo pokutne

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INDIRECT AND DIRECT PREPARATION FOR THE SACRAMENT OF PENANCE AND RECONCILIATION
In the awareness of many faithful the sacrament of penance is but a sheer formality, if not a magical way of getting rid of sin. This attitude manifests itself in the way preparation is made for this sacrament. Quite often the major focus is on reading an examination of conscience from a book of prayers and confessing one's sins, whereas the other conditions of adequate and fruitful participation in the sacrament: penitence, contrition, resolution to amend one's life and penance are performed only on a formal level. While preparing the faithful for the sacrament of penance and reconciliation one should, therefore, speak of indirect and direct preparation. As far as the ministry of penance, one can clearly see specific conclusions and tasks. The main source of the present crisis of this sacrament may be found in reducing the whole penance practice solely to individual confession at the cost of non-sacramental forms of taking sins away. The major postulate is therefore to celebrate the liturgy of the sacrament of penance in the context of the whole penance practice of the Church. For the preparation for the sacrament of penance and reconciliation cannot be separated from the holistic context of penance as the major life attitude of everyday conversion understood here as the biblical metanoia. Moreover, the common practise of celebrating the sacrament may make one conclude that the character of penance is purely personal and that the purpose is to re-establish a correct relation between an individual and God. The reality is that a man does not live in perfect isolation from one's brothers and sisters. One's salvation takes place in a human environment. Therefore one can enumerate these most vital pastoral postulates preparing for the sacrament of penance: shaping the sensibility of the faithful to an individual and social character of sin and conversion, emphasizing the communal element in preparation for the liturgy of the sacrament of penance and understanding a confessor's involvement in shaping the social and ecclesial attitude of a penitent.



autor: Biela, B.

tytuł: Przygotowanie do sakramentu bierzmowania: czy wykorzystana szansa?

Studia Pastoralne 4 (2008) 41-53

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słowa kluczowe: bierzmowanieinicjacja chrześcijańskakatechumenatkatechizacjamistagogia

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PREPARATION FOR THE SACRAMENT OF CONFIRMATION: LOST OPPORTUNITY?
Summary
The aim of preparation for Confirmation is the formation for a testimonial form of Christian life and practising of apostolate. In the context of these tasks the present mode of preparation for the reception of the sacrament of Confirmation still remains highly insufficient.This preparation is of a too individualistic and formalcharacter. It does not prepare for living in a community and therefore does not meet its major purpose of fostering Christian maturity. In this context a new meaning should be bestowed upon the roles of witnesses and mystagogy in preparation for the reception of the sacrament of Confirmation.The conclusion is that in pastoral practice one should take into consideration the fuller introduction of the confirmed to a parish life by a catechumenal method. In order to achieve this aim one can use more profoundly the deuterocatechumenal formation of the Light-Life Movement (Ruch Światło-Życie) an experience of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal which is quite efficient in introducing into a reality of faith through seminars of faith renewal. There is also a very valid postulate at stake to create „spirituality centres” in dioceses or special centres preparing adults for Confirmation according to the Rites of Christian initiation of adults (Ordo initiationis christianae adultorum).
Keywords: catechisation, catechumenate, Christian initiation, mistagogy, sacrament of Confirmation



autor: Biela, B.

tytuł: Rodzina jako komunia życia i miłości w Domowym Kościele Ruchu Światło-Życie

Studia Pastoralne 5 (2009) 69-88

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słowa kluczowe: teologia pastoralnamałżeństworodzinaKościół domowyRuch Światło-Życie

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FAMILY AS COMMUNION OF LIFE AND LOVE IN THE HOME CHURCH OF LIGHT MOVEMEN.
Summary
Family in itself is the fulfilment of one of the most basic human needs, since a man in his ontological dimension is homo familiaris. It may serve its purpose due to the fact that it is a privileged place of realization of human love and at the same time a place opened to receiving life. Thanks to this family is able to fulfil the need of an emotional bond with one’s neighbours, mutual understanding, security, a desire to have children as well as religious needs, including initiation into mysteries of religious and ecclesial life. In order to meet these aims a family must become „a community of life and love” (KDK 48). The foundation of this community is a communion of spouses with God which in turn will manifest itself in communion between spouses and communion between parents and their children. This personal vision of marriage and a Christian family, based on the idea of father Franciszek Blachnicki, is the aim of the Home Church. For families participating in the movement a nuptial communion is the foundation of communion of the whole family, and from even broader perspective, an opportunity to build an ecclesial community. This is why a family can and should call itself a home Church. In view of the above the basic aspect of the charism of the Home Church was described as „the self-gift in a marriage and a family”. The basis of formation of a marriage and a family is a nuptial spirituality, which is aspiring to holiness together with one’s spouse. The nuptial communion is built through the so called obligations. They are as follows: daily private prayer, daily family prayer, monthly nuptial dialogue, the rule of life and participation, at least once a year, in a formation retreat. Thanks to implementation of these tasks spouses get closer to one another and to God. The obligations are met by a daily effort of spouses and mutual support of other married couples gathered in the circles of the Home Church.



autor: Biela, B.

tytuł: Skuteczna ewangelizacja na przykładzie życia i działalności św. Eugeniusza de Mazenoda (1782–1861)

Studia Pastoralne 9 (2013) 137–161

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słowa kluczowe: doświadczenie zbawieniaMazenod, Eugeniusz deewangelizacjaświadectwoznaki czasuwspólnota

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EFFECTIVE EVANGELISATION EXEMPLIFIED IN LIFE AND ACTIVITY OF SAINT EUGENE DE MAZENOD (1782–1861)
Summary
In the post-synodal apostolic exhortation on the formation of priests in the circumstances of the present day Pastores dabo vobis, John Paul II described the new evangelisation as the most important and urgent task of the Church at the end of the second millennium. Therefore it calls for a new zeal, new methods of preaching and giving testimony to the Gospel”, and most of all a new involvement of priests. A priest who combined all these factors was Eugene de Mazenod, the founder of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. The testimony of his life and activity, in spite of the time that had passed, may be very inspiring even today. First of all it is because the 19th century France is not that different from the contemporary Western civilisation, especially when we realise, that the ideology of the French Revolution is the source of many contemporary cultural trends. Second of all, it is because in his activity one can find all the conditions of the effective evangelisation: a personal experience of salvation, ability to assess reality from the Gospel point of view, an apostolic zeal as the manifestation and testimony to love and propagating the spirituality of communion. John Paul II himself was convinced about exceptional values of this saint and found in him the example and the advocate of evangelisation of our times.
Keywords: apostolic zeal, effective evangelisation, Eugene de Mazenod, experience of salvation, signs of the times, testimony of love, the sense of community



autor: Biela, B.

tytuł: Metodologia krzewienia duchowości Komunii w świetle Novo millennio inneunte i listu Jana Pawła II do kapłanów na Wielki Czwartek 2005 Słowa ustanowienia Eucharystii „formułą życia”

Studia Pastoralne 15 (2019) 274-288

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słowa kluczowe: Novo millennio inneunteJan Paweł IIteologia pastoralnakomunia

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Methodology of promoting the Spirituality of Communion in the Light of “Novo millennio ineunta” and the letter of John Paul II to priests for Holy Thursday 2005, “A Formula of Consecration: A ‘Formula of life’”
Summary
At the close of the Great Jubilee of the Year 2000 in his letter Novo millennio ineunte John Paul II pointed at pastoral priorities and paths to follow (compare: NMI 29-41) to make the Church the home and the school of communion. He issued a strong warning against the temptation of activism: “Before making prac-tical plans, we need to promote a spirituality of communion […]. Let us have no illusions: unless we follow this spiritual path, external structures of communion will serve very little purpose. They would become mechanisms without a soul, ‘masks’ of communion rather than its means of expression and growth” (NMI 43). It follows that promoting the spirituality of communion should be “the guiding principle of education wherever individuals and Christians are formed, wherev¬er ministers of the altar, consecrated persons, and pastoral workers are trained, wherever families and communities are being built up” (NMI 43). According to the pastoral priorities defined by the Pope, the perspective of sainthood can be related to the attitude of “believing”; the priority of prayer can be associated with “remembering”; the sacrament of reconciliation with “forgiving”; listening to the word of God with “receiving”; Eucharist with “giving thanks”; the priority of grace with “giving”; preaching the word of God with “going out”. Similarly, following the suggestion made by John Paul II, a tool to implement the spirituality of com¬munion can be “a formula of life” hidden in the words of the consecration: “to take bread in one’s hand” is to let the Holy Spirit lead us especially in prayer; “saying the blessing” means to listen; “broke” means to be purified; “giving bread away” means to evangelize; “this is my Body” means to create communion; “take this, all of you, and eat of it” means to spread mercy; “do this in memory of me” means to love by the love of Christ and in the power of the Spirit of God. Following the said attitudes, we have become promoters of the spirituality of communion on the basis of which we are able “to make the Church the home and the school of communion” (NMI 43).



autor: Böntert, S.

tytuł: Ein Ausdruck des Staunens – Ein Ausdruck des Menschseins. Anbetung als Grundhaltung im Glauben

Studia Pastoralne 6 (2010) 203-216

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słowa kluczowe: adoracjaklęczenienadziejasens życiaświętośćwolnośćzdumienie


autor: Buchta, R.

tytuł: Przygotowanie do życia sakramentami we wspólnocie parafialnej w Roku Wiary

Studia Pastoralne 9 (2013) 217–229

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PREPARATION TO LIVING IN ACCORDANCE WITH SACRAMENTS IN A PARISH COMMUNITY IN THE YEAR OF FAITH



autor: Hartmann, R.

tytuł: Kirche als freizeitunternehmen? Kriterien einer pastoral der freizeit

Studia Pastoralne 6 (2010) 217-233

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słowa kluczowe: czasczas wolnyduszpasterstwostruktura społecznasegmentacja życia


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