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ks. R. Dappa: 15.11 (piątek) w godz. 9.30-10.15

M. Gwóźdź: odwołane do 22.11. (L4)

M. Kozubek: 14.12., godz. 15:30-17:00 (zamiast 10.12.)

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M. Gwóźdź: odwołane do 22.11. (L4)

A. Kłos-Skrzypczak: 14.11. zajęcia dla NoR rok I i III - odwołane.

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autor: Maciaszek P.

tytuł: The role of Mary in the life of a priest

Studia Pastoralne 8 (2012) 247-260

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THE ROLE OF MARY IN THE LIFE OF A PRIEST
Summary
In the teachings of the Church is depicted the relationship of Mary with the life and ministry of priests. The teaching cited above raises questions: why is it so important to every priest to hold love for the Blessed Virgin Mary, and why should the resulting ministry of the sacrament of Holy Orders be her imitation? How should her imitation be realized?
A priest, who loves Mary and knows her life, learns the secret of fulfilling vocation. Anyone in love with the priest’s lifestyle seeks Mary to become an active part of his life. The priest, with his eyes fixed on Mary's relationship to God, sees her love and obedience. This exact description of faith found perfect realization in Mary that was clear in the announcement. She, by the full submission of intellect and will to God, who reveals his will, bears the whole „novelty” of the faith. Testimony of truth and love will be given by Mary to strengthen courageous priests in pursuit of perfect chastity for life. Mary is an inexhaustible source of confidence, because she is their mother.
In the sacrament of ordination priests were commissioned a triple mission: prophetic, priestly and royal. In performing these tasks, each of them wants to help the Holy Mary – Mother’s Priest. Its support includes, inter alia, in that it showed in his life, which determines the correct completion of this triple mission. Imitating her attitude they will be able to know what the perfect fulfillment of the benefits of the sacrament of Holy Orders obliges. The task of effectively proclaiming the Good News by the priest depends on whether it was first adopted and considered in his own heart. Reflection in the heart of the word of God and the awareness that all life belongs to God helped Mary to convert every moment of this life into prayer and sacrifice. Events described in the Bible (cf. Jn 2:1-11) include intercessory prayer study. The Mother of Christ teaches them to put themselves in a situation of another person, to help identify their needs and understand their viewpoints.



autor: Żądło, A.

tytuł: Podstawy teologiczne kultu świętych w Kościele

Studia Pastoralne 7 (2011) 430-446

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A THEOLOGICAL BASIS FOR THE VENERATION OF THE SAINTS IN THE CHURCH.
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The cult of saints creates a certain phenomenon that has been present for centuries in the life-mission of the Church. It is therefore worthy to devote adequate space for reflection of this theme, dedicated to its theological foundations. This theme in fact is continually timely and attracts our attention – both in life and research. The article presented above comes from statements relating to the conception and organization of Christian worship, from a previous attention to worship in the Old Testament, and which cult found its fulfillment in the New Covenant people, and so, in the life of Christ’s disciples upon the fulfillment of His work of salvation, brought to fulfillment at the coming of the Holy Spirit. Not surprisingly, and clearly emphasized by biblical texts, early Christians of ecclesial communities felt called to live holy lives on a daily basis, and sometimes even called each other „saints”. In fact, the Christians of that period not only felt a vocation to holiness, but witnessed their ability in practice. In addition, they were aware of the fact that such a calling does not guarantee any social prestige, but an obligation to follow Christ in His great devotion to the will of our heavenly Father – even to the Cross, which was taken up and carried freely, with the knowledge of the need of filling in their own flesh what is still lacking in regard to Christ’s afflictions, for the sake of His Body, which is the Church (Col 1:24).
The demanding Christian life, namely the prospect of holiness lived out in the image of Jesus crucified and risen, caused the birth of a desire in the hearts of believers to memorialize – not only in the archives, but above all in the liturgy – the example left by Christians who throughout their lives could maturely answer the call to holiness addressed to them by God. In the examples of holiness that the Lord has instilled in their hearts, introduced in time into the liturgy, Christians began to discover – and are still discovering – the continuation of a plan holiness undertaken by God, constantly carried out in time according to the rhythms foreseen by Him. In venerating the saints, the Church proclaims the paschal mystery and gives glory to God for the work revealed in their lives, as well as recognizing in them witnesses, who have reached, through God’s multiple graces, eternal salvation – „They sing to God in heaven great glory and intercede for us” (SC 104).



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