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God in dialogue [6] The analogy of the word of God [7] The cosmic dimension of the word [8] The creation of man [9] The realism of the word [10] Christology of the word [] The eschatological dimension of the word of God [14] The word of God and the Holy Spirit [] Tradition and Scripture [] Sacred Scripture, inspiration and truth [19] God the Father, source and origin of the word [].

The word of God in the sacred liturgy xomini Sacred Scripture and the sacraments [53] Exhortcion word of Dxhortacion and the Eucharist [] The sacramentality of the word [56] Sacred Scripture and the Lectionary [57] Proclamation of the word and the ministry of Reader [58] The importance of the homily [59] The fittingness of a Directory on Homiletics [60] The word of God, Reconciliation and the Anointing of the Sick [61] The word of God and the Liturgy of the Hours [62] The word of God and the Book of Blessings [63] Suggestions and practical proposals for promoting fuller participation in the liturgy [64].

Encountering the word of God in sacred Scripture [72] Letting the Bible inspire pastoral activity [73] The biblical dimension of catechesis [74] The biblical formation of Christians [75] Sacred Scripture in large ecclesial gatherings [76] The word of God and vocations [77]. The value of interreligious dialogue [] Dialogue between Christians and Muslims [] Dialogue with other religions [] Dialogue and religious freedom [].

Before all else, I would like to call to mind the beauty and pleasure of the renewed encounter with the Lord Jesus which we experienced during the synodal assembly. In union with with the Synod Fathers, then, I address all the faithful in the words of Saint John in his first letter: The Apostle speaks to us of hearing, seeing, touching and looking upon cf. Called to communion with God and among ourselves, we must proclaim this gift.

From this kerygmatic standpoint, the synodal assembly was a testimony, before the Church and before the world, to the immense beauty of encountering the word of God in the communion of the Church. For this reason I encourage all the faithful to renew their personal and communal encounter with Christ, the word of life made visible, and to become his heralds, so that the gift of divine life — communion — can spread ever more fully throughout the world.

Indeed, sharing in the life of God, a Trinity of love, is complete joy cf. There is no greater priority than this: Indeed, the Church is built upon the word of God; she is born from and lives by that word. It must be acknowledged that in recent decades ecclesial life has grown more sensitive fomini this theme, particularly with reference to Christian revelation, the living Tradition and sacred Scripture.

Beginning with the pontificate of Pope Leo XIIIwe can say that there has been a crescendo of interventions aimed at an increased awareness of exhorgacion importance of the word of God and the study of the Bible in the life of the Church, [3] culminating in the Second Vatican Council and specifically in the promulgation of the Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation Dei Verbum. Everything to do with his presence and his self-manifestation was involved in achieving this: Everyone is aware of the great impulse which the Dogmatic Constitution Dei Verbum exhortaccion to the revival of interest in the word aoostolica God in the life of the Church, to theological reflection on divine revelation and to the study aposrolica sacred Scripture.

In the twelfth synodal assembly, Bishops apodtolica throughout the world gathered around the word of God and symbolically placed the text of the Bible at the centre of the assembly, in order to stress anew something we risk taking for granted in everyday life: We recounted to one another all that the Lord is doing in the midst of the People of God, and we shared our hopes and concerns.

Apowtolica our gratitude for the testimonies about the life of the Church in different parts of the world which emerged from the various interventions on the floor.

It was also moving to hear the fraternal delegates, who accepted our invitation to take part in the synodal meeting. I think in particular of the meditation offered to us by His Holiness Bartholomaios I, Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, for which the Fathers expressed deep appreciation. How can I fail to mention that throughout the Synod we were accompanied by the testimony of the Apostle Paul! It was providential that the Twelfth Ordinary General Assembly took place during the year dedicated to the great Apostle of the Nations on the two thousandth anniversary of his birth.


How can we not be moved by his stirring words about his mission as a preacher of the word of God: Whenever we reflect on the word of God in the life and mission of the Church, we cannot but think of Saint Paul and his life spent in spreading the message of salvation in Christ to all peoples. With this Apostolic Exhortation I would like the work of the Synod to have a real effect on the life of the Church: This is a magnificent text, one which offers a synthesis of the entire Christian faith.

Following the example of the Apostle John and the other inspired authors, may we allow ourselves to be led by the Holy Spirit to an ever greater love of the word of God. The God Who Speaks.

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The novelty of biblical revelation consists in the fact that God becomes known through the dialogue which he desires to have with us. If we realize that this is an allusion to apostoliica beginning of the book of Genesis cf.

The Johannine Prologue makes us realize that the Logos is truly eternaland from eternity is himself God. God was never without his Logos.

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The Word exists before creation. Consequently at the heart of the divine life there is communion, there is absolute gift. Consequently the Word, who from the beginning is with God and is God, reveals God himself in the dialogue of love between the divine persons, and invites us to share in that love.

Created in the image and likeness of the God who is love, we can thus understand ourselves only in accepting the Word and in docility to the work of the Holy Spirit.

They rightly referred to a symphony of the word, to a single word expressed in multiple ways: As the Prologue of John clearly shows us, the Logos refers in the first place to the eternal Word, the only Exohrtacion, begotten of the Father before all ages and consubstantial with him: While the Christ event is at the heart of divine revelation, we also need to realize that creation itself, the liber exhortaxionis an essential part of this symphony of many voices in which the one word is spoken.

Then too, the word of God is that word preached by the Apostles in obedience to the command of the Risen Jesus: Finally, the word of God, attested and divinely inspired, is sacred Scripture, the Old and New Testaments.

The faithful need to be better helped to grasp the different meanings of the expression, but also to understand its unitary sense.

When we consider the basic meaning of the word of God as a reference to the eternal Word of God made flesh, the one Saviour and mediator between God and humanity, [22] and we listen to this word, we are led by the biblical revelation to see that it is the foundation of all reality.

For us, this proclamation is a word of freedom.

Scripture tells us that everything that exists does not exist by chance but apostolic willed by God and part of his plan, at whose center is the invitation to partake, in Christ, in the divine life. Creation is born of the Logos and indelibly bears the mark of the creative Reason which orders and directs it ; with joy-filled certainty the alostolica sing: All reality expresses this mystery: Thus sacred Scripture itself invites us to acknowledge the Creator by contemplating his creation cf.

Reality, then is born of the word, as creatura Verbiand everything is called to serve the word. Apistolica is the setting in which the entire history of the love between God and his creation develops; hence human salvation is the reason underlying everything. Contemplating the cosmos from the perspective of salvation history, we come to realize the unique and singular position occupied by man in creation: This enables us to acknowledge fully the precious gifts received from the Creator: As Saint Thomas Aquinas says, this principle is the basis of all the other precepts of the natural law.

It likewise enables spostolica and women, through grace, to share in the divine life and to overcome their selfishness.


The word of God makes us change our concept of realism: Possessions, pleasure and power show themselves sooner or later to be incapable of fulfilling the deepest yearnings of the human heart. In building our lives we need solid foundations which will endure when human certainties fail.

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May our heart be able to say to God each day: From this glimpse at all reality as the handiwork of the Blessed Trinity through the divine Word, we can understand the statement made by the author of the Letter to the Hebrews: It is very beautiful to see how the entire Old Testament already appears to us as a history in which God communicates his word: Here the word finds expression not primarily in discourse, concepts or rules. Here we are set before the very person of Jesus. His unique and singular history is the definitive word which God speaks to humanity.

We are speaking of an unprecedented and humanly inconceivable novelty: These words are no figure of speech; they point to a lived experience! Saint John, an eyewitness, tells us so: The apostolic faith testifies that the eternal Word became one of us. The divine Word is truly expressed in human words. In his perfect humanity he does the will of the Father at all times; Jesus hears his voice and obeys it with his entire being; he knows the Father and he keeps his word cf.

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. In a perfect way, he hears, embodies and communicates to us the word of God cf. The Fathers of the Church, in pondering this mystery, attributed to the Mother of God this touching phrase: In this great mystery Jesus is revealed as the word of the new and everlasting covenant: In the most luminous mystery of the resurrection, this silence of the word is shown in its authentic and definitive meaning.

Christ, the incarnate, crucified and risen Word of God, is Lord of all things; he is the victor, the Pantocratorand so all things are gathered up forever in him cf. Here we come to understand fully the meaning of the words of Psalm From the beginning, Christians realized that in Christ the word of God is present as a person.

The word of God is the true light which men and women need. In the resurrection the Son of God truly emerged as the light of the world. Now, by living with him and in him, we can live in the light. Indeed, he shows us that from that event history receives its inner logic and its true meaning. Thus Saint Paul, faithfully handing on the teaching of the Apostles cf. This divine power brings hope and joy: At Easter, God reveals himself and the power of the trinitarian love which shatters the baneful powers of evil and death.

Calling to mind these essential elements of our faith, we can contemplate the profound unity in Christ between creation, the new creation and all salvation history. In all of this, the Church gives voice to her awareness that with Jesus Christ she stands before the definitive word of God: The criterion for judging the truth of a private revelation is its orientation to Christ himself.

If it leads us away from him, then it certainly does not come from the Holy Spirit, who guides us more deeply into the Gospel, and not away from it. Private revelation is an aid to this faith, and it demonstrates its credibility precisely because it refers back to the one public revelation.

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. A private revelation can introduce new emphases, give rise to new forms of piety, or deepen older ones.

It can have a certain prophetic character cf. It is a help which is proffered, but its use is not obligatory. In any event, it must be a matter of nourishing faith, hope and love, which are for everyone the permanent path of salvation. In fact there can be no authentic understanding of Christian revelation apart from the activity of the Paraclete. As his mission draws to an end, according to the account of Saint John, Jesus himself clearly relates the giving of his life to the sending of the Spirit upon those who belong to him cf.

The Risen Jesus, bearing in his flesh the signs of the passion, then pours out the Spirit cf.