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It was in fact in this concrete direction that I followed on 11 and 12 October. What I had wished to discuss was the earthly dimension of the love of neighbour, and how it emerges in the Church, that is, in our daily activities, in the style of her partner in evangelisation, the Spirit himself. In a world in which there is often so much talk of human solidarity and evangelisation remains so little protected from the egotism and self-centredness of individualism, it seemed important to me to highlight the concrete dimension of such solidarity. I felt that body must be called to embody with ever greater authenticity the values embodied by spirit.
Therefore, you will find in the document I have published if I may coin the expression, the great task of evangelisation in the archive of active charity, the aspiration to express in practice the idea of the Church as bride of Christ, in such a way as to convince all men of the value for them of her mission in the world.
Of course, this Church is not alone in facing the task of evangelisation. And yet he continually evokes a vision of the Church in all her importance and magnitude as a community of love. With this aim in view, I have decided to present in the document to you the essential characteristics of the Church in its supernatural and earthly dimension. I hope it will be an important instrument of solidarity with individual Christians, who are called to follow in a concrete way the commandment of love.
The Church is a community of people who pour themselves out for the sake of their brothers and sisters: she thinks of them, hopes for them, works for them, desires for them, loves for them, hopes to raise them up (cf. Mk 3:8). In the Gospel, Jesus himself makes this point when he says: "Whoever does the will of God, he is my brother, sister, mother, son and daughter; there is no longer any stranger in the kingdom of God" (Jn 12:47). d2c66b5586