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Pastores Dabo Vobis (March 15, ) | John Paul II

The priest is a living and transparent image of Christ the priest. This interpretation is a work which is done in the light and strength provided by the true and living Gospel, which is Jesus Dxbo, and in virtue of the gift of the Holy Spirit.

There is a refusal of anything that speaks of sacrifice and a rejection of any effort to look for and to practice spiritual and religious values. Daho candidate to the priesthood should receive his vocation not by imposing his own personal conditions, but accepting also the norms and conditions which the Church herself lays down, in the fulfillment of her responsibility.

From these, with a brother’s love, he chooses men to share his sacred ministry by the laying on of hands. God always calls his priests from specific human and ecclesial contexts, which inevitably influence them; and to these same contexts the priest is sent for the service of Christ’s Gospel. In particular, “the priest minister is the servant of Christ present in the Church as mystery, communion and mission.


Your priesthood is absolutely vital. We must therefore recognize and understand the world in which we live, it’s expectations, its longings and its often dramatic characteristics. The Council reminds us that “priests attain to the unity of their lives by uniting themselves with Christ whose food was to fulfill the will of him who sent him to do his work He calls them to lead your holy people in love, nourish them by your word and strengthen them through the sacraments.


A genuinely theological assessment of priestly vocation and pastoral work in its regard can only arise from an assessment of the mystery of the Church as a Mysterium vocationis.

Even today Christ makes these words which he proclaimed in the synagogue of Nazareth echo in our priestly hearts. Using this “contemplation” as a starting point and making continual reference to it, the synod fathers reflected on the problem of priestly formation in present – day circumstances.

The new priestly people which is the Church not only has its authentic image in Christ, but also receives from him a real ontological share in his one eternal priesthood, to which she must conform every aspect of her life.

The priest’s mission is not extraneous to his consecration or juxtaposed to it, but represents its intrinsic and vital purpose: These two indivisible aspects of vocation, God’s gratuitous gift and the responsible freedom of human beings, are reflected in a splendid and very effective way in the brief words with which the evangelist Mark presents the calling of the Twelve: After having called them to follow him, he kept them at his side and lived with them, imparting his teaching of salvation to them through word and example, and finally he sent them out to all mankind.

This was the case in Jesus’ life. Pastoral charity determines our way of thinking and acting, our way of relating to people.


They are called not only because they have been baptized, but also and descarvar because they are priests, that is, under a new title and in new and different ways deriving from the sacrament of holy orders. If you forgive the sins of any, they are forgiven; if you retain the sins of any, they are retained” Jn.

Consecration is for mission. Instead of being understood as obedience to objective and universal truth, freedom is lived out as a blind acquiescence to instinctive forces and to an individual’s will to power. Awareness of this gift is the foundation and support of the priest’s unflagging trust amid the difficulties, temptations and weaknesses which he will meet along his spiritual path. descargaf

These two factors are not the result of purely organizational and disciplinary needs. She must propose clearly and courageously to each new generation edscargar vocational call, help people to discern the authenticity of their call from God and to respond to it generously, and give particular care to the formation of candidates for the priesthood.


Attention has shifted from the question of the priest’s identity to that connected with the process of formation for the priesthood and the quality of priestly life. The Church, being by her very nature a “vocation,” is also a begetter and educator of vocations.

Growth in the love of Jesus Christ determines in turn the growth of love for the Church: Despite many contradictions, society is increasingly witnessing a powerful thirst for justice and peace; a more lively sense that humanity must care for creation and respect nature; a more open search for truth; a greater effort to safeguard human dignity; a growing commitment in many sectors of the world population to a more specific international solidarity and a new ordering of the world in freedom and justice.

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Each one of you should also be holy in order to help your brothers and sisters to pursue their vocation to holiness. Priestly obedience has also apstores “community” dimension: The recent collapse of ideologies, the heavily critical opposition to a world of adults who do not always offer a witness of a life based on moral and vescargar values, and the experience of companions who seek escape through drugs and violence – contribute in no small fashion to making more keen and inescapable the fundamental question as to what values are truly capable of giving the fullest meaning to desccargar, suffering and death.

What are the positive and negative elements in socio – cultural and ecclesial contexts which affect boys, adolescents and young men who throughout their lives are called to bring to maturity a project of priestly life?