Get this from a library! Exhortación apostólica postsinodal Verbum Domini. [ Benedicto, Papa; Iglesia Católica. Papa ( Benedicto XVI)]. Exhortación apostólica postsinodal Verbum Domini del Santo Padre Benedicto XVI by Papa Benedicto XVI – Papa – XVI, exhortación apostólica postsinodal verbum domini translation english, Spanish – English dictionary, meaning, see also ‘exportación’,exoneración’,exploración’.

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Along with the Psalms we think too of the many other passages of sacred Scripture which express our turning to God in intercessory prayer cf. The Word goes forth from exhortacikn Father, comes to dwell in our midst and then returns to the Father in order to bring with him the whole of creation which was made in him and for him.

Exhortación apostólica postsinodal Verbum Domini del Santo Padre Benedicto XVI

Saint John, an eyewitness, tells us so: For this reason, it is necessary nowadays that the People of God be educated in the value of silence. Calling exhorrtacion mind these essential elements of our faith, we exhortaciin contemplate the profound unity in Christ between creation, the new creation and all salvation history.

That our joy may be complete 2. Ecclesiastical approval of a private revelation essentially means that its message contains nothing contrary to faith and morals; it is licit to make it public and the faithful are authorized to give to it their prudent adhesion. The documents produced before and during the Synod mentioned a number of methods for a faith-filled and fruitful approach to sacred Exhortaacion.

Among the many areas where apostoliac is needed, the Synod earnestly called for the promotion of reconciliation and peace. Recovering the centrality of the divine word in the Christian life leads us to appreciate anew the deepest meaning of the forceful appeal of Pope John Paul II: As we contemplate in the Mother of God a life totally shaped by the word, we realize that we too are called to enter into the mystery of faith, whereby Christ comes to dwell in our lives.

It calls in the first place for a recognition of the importance of culture as apistolica for the life of every man and xpostolica. Saint Bonaventure states that without faith exhortacon is no key to throw open the sacred text: AAS 81 In stressing the bond between word and Eucharist, the Synod also rightly wanted to call attention to certain aspects of the celebration which concern the service of the word.

InsegnamentiV, 1 It exhorts all to continue to care for the infirm and to bring them the life-giving presence of the Lord Jesus in the word and in the Eucharist. For me, the Gospel is the Body of Christ; for me, the holy Scriptures are his teaching. If they are Christians, they require forms of pastoral care which can enable them to grow in the faith and to become in turn messengers of the Gospel.


La Palabra de Dios en la sagrada liturgia (Verbum Domini 5 2-71).

The interpretation of sacred Scripture would remain incomplete were it not to include listening to those who have truly lived the word of God: For this reason, I consider it important to take up some reflections that emerged in the discussion of this topic during the Synod sessions. Here I wish to affirm once more that religion can never justify intolerance or war.

In the teaching of religion, emphasis should be laid on knowledge of sacred Scripture, as a means of overcoming prejudices old and new, and enabling its truth to be better known. Insegnamenti IV, 2 The incarnation of the word cannot be conceived apart from the freedom of this young woman who by vrebum assent decisively cooperated with the entrance of the eternal into time.

The example of Saint Paul cf. At the same time, persons from nations deeply marked by Christian faith are emigrating to countries where Christ needs to be proclaimed and a new evangelization is demanded. He commended himself to him at the moment of passage, through death, to eternal life: Having discussed some basic elements of the relationship between the liturgy and the word of God, I would now like to take up and develop several proposals and suggestions advanced by the Synod Fathers with a view to making the People of God ever more familiar with the word of God in the context of liturgical actions or, in verrbum event, with reference to them.

In the New Testament, an argument based on texts from the Old Testament thus has a definitive quality, superior to that of mere human argumentation.


AAS 95 The Eucharist opens us to an understanding of Scripture, just as Scripture for its part illumines and explains the mystery of the Eucharist. This is the good news. The Gospel, on the other hand, reminds us that every moment of our life is important and must be lived intensely, in the knowledge that everyone will have to give an account of his or her life. The faithful should be able to perceive clearly that the preacher has a compelling desire to present Christ, who must stand at the centre of every homily.


Our liturgies must facilitate this attitude of authentic listening: AAS 74 Here, each person, individually but also as a member of the community, must let himself or herself be moved and challenged. Hence our gratitude for the testimonies about the life of the Church in different parts of the world domin emerged from the various interventions on the floor.

The word of God in fact is not inimical to us; it does not stifle our authentic desires, but rather illuminates them, purifies them and brings them to fulfilment. Saint Paul also uses the lovely image of the olive tree to describe the very close relationship between Christians and Jews: This practice will certainly benefit the faithful, and should be considered an important element of liturgical formation.

Insegnamenti IV, 1 The Church cannot let the poor down: Fostering such an approach in the faithful is very important from the standpoint of the spiritual life.

Origen was convinced, in fact, that the best way to know God is through love, and that there can be no authentic scientia Christi apart from growth in his love. The same Spirit who spoke through the prophets sustains and inspires the Church in her task of proclaiming the word of God and in the preaching of the Apostles; finally, it is this Spirit who inspires the authors of sacred Scripture.

On the other hand, it calls for a reason which, in its investigation of the historical elements present in the Bible, is marked by openness and does not reject a priori anything beyond its own terms of reference.

Jesus thus shows that he is the divine Logos which is given to us, but at the same time the new Adam, the true man, who unfailingly does not his own will but that of the Father.

Here too I would like to emphasize the very significant witness to the relationship between the Holy Spirit and Scripture which we find in the texts of apostolia liturgy, where the word of God is proclaimed, heard and explained to the faithful. Emphasis should also be placed on the value of the Liturgy of the Hours for the First Vespers of Sundays and Solemnities, particularly in the Eastern Catholic Churches.