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Lumen Gentium 8; y su toma de posicion sobre algunas afirmaciones de la Decl.
But such critical discernment always transpires in the light of the gospel and is normed by Jesus Christ who alone is lumen gentium.
The Vatican II document Lumen Gentium explained the difference between the common priesthood of the faithful and that of the ordained priest and the bishop, but it did not explain this difference as it applies to deacons.
El punto de partida de las reflexiones es el capitulo segundo la Constitucion dogmatica Lumen gentium, y a ella regresa el discurso, a la vez que la luz del texto conciliar orienta el recorrido historico.
Vatican II's Lumen Gentium reminds all Roman Catholics of the universal call to holiness.
Rosica's lengthy "explanatory note" quoted the Second Vatican Council's Lumen Gentium: "[T]hose could not be saved who refuse either to enter the church, or to remain in it, while knowing that it was founded by God through Christ as required for salvation" it was quickly picked up by the media as a "walking back" of the pope's homily.
Vatican II famously began its dogmatic constitution on the Church, Lumen gentium, with the quasi-definition of the Church in "sacramental" terms: "Since the Church, in Christ, is in the nature of sacrament--a sign and instrument, that is, of communion with God and of unity among all men--she here proposes, for the benefit of the faithful and of the whole world, to set forth, as clearly as possible, and in the tradition laid down by earlier Councils, her own nature and universal mission." (9) When the international Methodist/Catholic commission began to concentrate on ecclesiology--in Nairobi 1986--that sacramental notion figured very early, introduced (naturally) from the Catholic side but finding gradual acceptance among Methodists:
As any one can read in the document "Dogmatic Constitution on the Church" (Lumen Gentium) promulgated on Nov.
Esta acentuacion, la ven diversos autores sobre todo en la Nota Explicativa Praevia de la Constitucion Dogmatica Lumen Gentium (22).
On page 168 it states "The Church--instituted by Christ Jesus:' The Vatican Council's document Lumen Gentium states "The Lord Jesus inaugurated His Church by preaching the Good News, that is, the coming of the Reign of God, promised over the ages in the Scriptures." (LG 5)