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The Synod Fathers rightly stated that the positive fruit yielded by the use of modern historical-critical research is undeniable. 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.

Sin as a refusal to hear the word of God Exhortaciion role of sacred Scripture in these sacraments is often overlooked, yet it needs to be assured its proper place.

Exhortación apostólica postsinodal Verbum Domini del Santo Padre Benedicto XVI

Our liturgies must facilitate this attitude of authentic listening: There we see in some sense how she identifies with the word, enters into it; in this marvellous exhottacion of faith, the Virgin sings the praises of the Lord in his own words: Relatio post disceptationem, Funk, Tubingae,I, AAS 81 The word of God discloses the filial and relational nature of ddomini existence. Here too we come to appreciate the importance of the inculturation of the Gospel.

Christian witness communicates the word attested in the Scriptures. Now, by living with him and in him, we can live in the light.


The Second Vatican Council also states verbuum this Tradition of apostolic origin is a living and dynamic reality: The same Spirit who acts in the incarnation of the Word in the womb of the Virgin Mary is the Spirit who guides Jesus throughout his mission and is promised to the disciples.

The God Who Speaks. 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.


Schwenkenbecher, Hanoverae,p. The Synod on the Eucharist had already called for greater care to be taken in the proclamation of the word of God. Here particular mention can be made of the Akathist and Paraklesis prayers. The word of God makes us change our concept of realism: The ancient prayers of the Christian East which contemplate the entire history of salvation in the light of the Theotokosthe Mother of God, are likewise worthy of being known, appreciated and widely used.

From these accounts it is clear that Scripture itself points us towards an appreciation of its own unbreakable bond with the Eucharist.

Missionary outreach is a clear sign of the maturity of an ecclesial community. I encourage our Christian communities to offer every possible practical assistance to our brothers and sisters suffering from such impairments, so that they too can be able to experience a living contact with the word of the Lord. Evidence of a close connection between a relationship with God and the ethics of love for everyone is found in many great religious traditions.

For Saint Augustine, transcending the literal sense made the letter itself credible, and enabled him to find at last the answer to his deep inner restlessness and his thirst for truth. This practice will certainly benefit the faithful, and should be considered an important element of liturgical formation. The greeting, the initial announcement: Enchiridion Vaticanum 21, No. It is a help which is proffered, but its use is not obligatory.

Everything to do with his presence and his self-manifestation was involved in achieving this: Deacons too must feel themselves called to cooperate, in accordance with their specific mission, in this task of evangelization. Theological and exegetical scholarship, in the period after the Second Vatican Council, made frequent reference to this expression as symbolic of the renewed interest in sacred Scripture. This practice can help us to grow in an authentic love for the mystery of the incarnation.

And the Holy Spirit, through whom the living voice of the Gospel rings out in the Church — and through it in the world — leads believers to the full truth and makes the word of Christ dwell in them in all its richness cf. The study of Scripture ought to lead to an increased awareness of the mystery of divine revelation and foster an attitude of prayerful response to the Lord who speaks.


The Constitution incidence on the Exhortation is perceived, particularly, when theological themes about inspiration and truth in the Bible are tackled. It can have a certain prophetic character cf. The silence of God, the experience of the distance of the almighty Father, is a decisive stage in the earthly journey of the Son of God, the incarnate Word.

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Draw them into me. When we give ourselves to him, we receive a hundredfold in return. The whole history of salvation progressively demonstrates this profound bond between the word of God and the faith which arises from an encounter with Christ. We also find prayers which, at the end of the homily, again ask God to send the gift of the Spirit upon the faithful: He cited two miracles wrought by the great prophets Elijah and Elisha for men who were not Israelites in order to demonstrate that faith is sometimes stronger outside Israel.

It is the word itself which impels us towards our brothers and sisters: This leads to interpretations that deny the historicity of the divine elements. Their common task is not finished when they have simply determined sources, defined forms or explained literary procedures.

The word of God and the Liturgy of the Hours How can I fail to mention that throughout the Synod we were accompanied by the testimony of the Apostle Paul!

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.