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PostPosted: Fri, 05-07-2013 6:55 pm    Post subject: Ensiklik Lumen Fidei oleh Fransiskus Reply with quote

http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/franc ..men-fidei_en.html

Sebagaimana kabar beredar, Benedictus XVI rencananya membuat ensiklik tentang tiga kebajikan teologis, yaitu Iman, Harapan dan Kasih. Namun sebelum dia menyelesaikan ensiklik yang terakhir tentang Iman, dia mengundurkan diri. Paus Fransiskus meneruskan tulisannya dan inilah ensiklik itu yang keluar dengan otoritas Fransiskus.
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PostPosted: Fri, 05-07-2013 7:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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    22. ... This explains why, apart from this body, outside this unity of the Church in Christ, outside this Church which ... faith loses its "measure"; it no longer finds its equilibrium, the space needed to sustain itself. Faith is necessarily ecclesial; it is professed from within the body of Christ as a concrete communion of believers. It is against this ecclesial backdrop that faith opens the individual Christian towards all others. ... Faith is not a private matter, a completely individualistic notion or a personal opinion: it comes from hearing, and it is meant to find expression in words and to be proclaimed. For "how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without a preacher?" (Rom 10:14).

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Beberapa pragraph menarik lainnya:

    35. ... Because faith is a way, it also has to do with the lives of those men and women who, though not believers, nonetheless desire to believe and continue to seek. To the extent that they are sincerely open to love and set out with whatever light they can find, they are already, even without knowing it, on the path leading to faith. They strive to act as if God existed, at times because they realize how important he is for finding a sure compass for our life in common or because they experience a desire for light amid darkness, but also because in perceiving lifeís grandeur and beauty they intuit that the presence of God would make it all the more beautiful. Saint Irenaeus of Lyons tells how Abraham, before hearing Godís voice, had already sought him "in the ardent desire of his heart" and "went throughout the whole world, asking himself where God was to be found", until "God had pity on him who, all alone, had sought him in silence".[32] Any-one who sets off on the path of doing good to others is already drawing near to God, is already sustained by his help, for it is characteristic of the divine light to brighten our eyes whenever we walk towards the fullness of love.

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    36. ... Theology also shares in the ecclesial form of faith; its light is the light of the believing subject which is the Church. This implies, on the one hand, that theology must be at the service of the faith of Christians, that it must work humbly to protect and deepen the faith of everyone, especially ordinary believers. On the other hand, because it draws its life from faith, theology cannot consider the magisterium of the Pope and the bishops in communion with him as something extrinsic, a limitation of its freedom, but rather as one of its internal, constitutive dimensions, for the magisterium ensures our contact with the primordial source and thus provides the certainty of attaining to the word of Christ in all its integrity.

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    43. The structure of baptism, its form as a rebirth in which we receive a new name and a new life, helps us to appreciate the meaning and importance of infant baptism. Children are not capable of accepting the faith by a free act, nor are they yet able to profess that faith on their own; therefore the faith is professed by their parents and godparents in their name. Since faith is a reality lived within the community of the Church, part of a common "We", children can be supported by others, their parents and godparents, and welcomed into their faith, which is the faith of the Church; this is symbolized by the candle which the childís father lights from the paschal candle. The structure of baptism, then, demonstrates the critical importance of cooperation between Church and family in passing on the faith. Parents are called, as Saint Augustine once said, not only to bring children into the world but also to bring them to God, so that through baptism they can be reborn as children of God and receive the gift of faith.[38] Thus, along with life, children are given a fundamental orientation and assured of a good future; this orientation will be further strengthened in the sacrament of Confirmation with the seal of the Holy Spirit.

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    48. Since faith is one, it must be professed in all its purity and integrity. Precisely because all the articles of faith are interconnected, to deny one of them, even of those that seem least important, is tantamount to distorting the whole. Each period of history can find this or that point of faith easier or harder to accept: hence the need for vigilance in ensuring that the deposit of faith is passed on in its entirety (cf. 1 Tim 6:20) and that all aspects of the profession of faith are duly emphasized. Indeed, inasmuch as the unity of faith is the unity of the Church, to subtract something from the faith is to subtract something from the veracity of communion. The Fathers described faith as a body, the body of truth composed of various members, by analogy with the body of Christ and its prolongation in the Church.[42] The integrity of the faith was also tied to the image of the Church as a virgin and her fidelity in love for Christ her spouse; harming the faith means harming communion with the Lord.[43] The unity of faith, then, is the unity of a living body; this was clearly brought out by Blessed John Henry Newman when he listed among the characteristic notes for distinguishing the continuity of doctrine over time its power to assimilate everything that it meets in the various settings in which it becomes present and in the diverse cultures which it encounters,[44] purifying all things and bringing them to their finest expression. Faith is thus shown to be universal, catholic, because its light expands in order to illumine the entire cosmos and all of history.

    49. As a service to the unity of faith and its integral transmission, the Lord gave his Church the gift of apostolic succession. Through this means, the continuity of the Churchís memory is ensured and certain access can be had to the wellspring from which faith flows. The assurance of continuity with the origins is thus given by living persons, in a way consonant with the living faith which the Church is called to transmit. She depends on the fidelity of witnesses chosen by the Lord for this task. For this reason, the magisterium always speaks in obedience to the prior word on which faith is based; it is reliable because of its trust in the word which it hears, preserves and expounds.[45] In Saint Paulís farewell discourse to the elders of Ephesus at Miletus, which Saint Luke recounts for us in the Acts of the Apostles, he testifies that he had carried out the task which the Lord had entrusted to him of "declaring the whole counsel of God" (Acts 20:27). Thanks to the Churchís magisterium, this counsel can come to us in its integrity, and with it the joy of being able to follow it fully.

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PostPosted: Fri, 05-07-2013 11:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

DeusVult wrote:
Ketemu paragraph menarik pertama:


    22. ... This explains why, apart from this body, outside this unity of the Church in Christ, outside this Church which ... faith loses its "measure"; it no longer finds its equilibrium, the space needed to sustain itself. Faith is necessarily ecclesial; it is professed from within the body of Christ as a concrete communion of believers. It is against this ecclesial backdrop that faith opens the individual Christian towards all others. ... Faith is not a private matter, a completely individualistic notion or a personal opinion: it comes from hearing, and it is meant to find expression in words and to be proclaimed. For "how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without a preacher?" (Rom 10:14).


Jadi inget ini: KGK 168
    I. * "Tuhan, Perhatikanlah Iman Gereja-Mu"

    168 Pertama-tama Gerejalah, yang percaya dan dengan demikian menopang, memupuk dan mendukung iman saya. Pada tempat pertama Gerejalah yang mengakui Tuhan di mana-mana ("Kepadamu Gereja kudus beriman, tersebar di seluruh dunia", demikian kita menyanyi dalam madah Te Deum), dan bersama dia dan dalam dia, kita juga mengakui: "aku percaya", "kami percaya". Melalui Gereja kita menerima dalam Pembaptisan iman dan kehidupan baru dalam Kristus. Dalam ritus Romawi, pemberi Pembaptisan bertanya kepada yang menerima Pembaptisan: "Apa yang kau minta dari Gereja Allah?" Jawabannya: "Iman" - "Iman memberi apa kepadamu?" - "Kehidupan kekal" (RR. OBA).

    181 "Beriman" adalah satu kegiatan gerejani. Iman Gereja mendahului iman kita, memberi kesaksian, menopangnya dan memupuknya. Gereja adalah ibu semua orang beriman. "Tidak seorang pun dapat mempunyai Allah sebagai Bapa, kalau ia tidak mempunyai Gereja sebagai ibu" (Siprianus, unit. eccl.).


Doa ini selalu dibacakan setelah Doa Bapa Kami : "perhatikanlah Iman Gereja Mu"

    O Lord Jesus Christ, who saidst unto Thine Apostles: Peace I leave you, My peace I give to you; regard not our sins, but the faith of Thy Church, and grant unto her that peace and unity which are agreeable to Thy Will; Who livest and reignest ever, one God, world without end. Amen.


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PostPosted: Sat, 06-07-2013 8:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

nunggu terjemahannya dari om DV mode on Ketawa Ngakak
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PostPosted: Sat, 06-07-2013 1:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

asperges me, insight yang bagus dan referensi yang tepat.


Penonton, aku tidak menerjemahkan ensiklik ini. Mungkin bagian yang aku suka akan aku terjemahkan nanti.
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