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by Christ’s will, 831

each particular Church as the

Catholic Church, 823‑35

meaning of the word, 830

mission as a requirement of the

Church’s Catholicity, 849

relations with churches that

are not, 838

apostolic, 857‑65

nature of the Church, 863

succession of bishops in the

place of the apostles, 862

successors designated by the

apostles, 861

three meanings of, 857

the Church and those who are

non‑Christians, 839

bond between the Church and

non‑Christian religions, 842‑44

the Church open to men scattered

and led astray, 845

necessity of the Church to obtain

salvation, 846‑48

relations of the Church with

Muslims, 841

relations of the Church with the

Jewish people, 839‑40

the Church and society

the Church as the safeguard of the

transcendent nature of the

human person, 2245

the Church’s moral judgment in

political, economic, and social

matters, 2246, 2420

political community and the

Church, 244‑46

the Church as communion

of charisms, 951

of charity, 953

with the dead, 958

as the deepest vocation of the

Church, 959

of faith, 949

of God and men, 2790

with Jesus, 787‑96

priestly community, 1119

sacrament of Communion in the

liturgy, 1108

of saints, 946‑48, 953

with the saints, 954‑57

spiritual goods of the communion

of saints as the Church’s

treasury, 1476

the Church as the Mystical Body of

Christ

building up of the Church, 872,

1123, 2003

catechesis and the Church, 4

charisms and the Church, 800

Christ as head of the Church, 1548

Christians as members of the

Church, 521, 790, 953, 960,

1267, 1396, 1988, 2045

the Church as the Mystical Body of

Christ, 774, 776‑77, 779, 787‑96,

805‑07, 1396

consecrated men and women and

the Church, 917

dead and the Church, 958

the Holy Spirit and the Church,

1105‑06, 1111, 1353

human illness and the Church, 1508

liturgy and the Church, 1070, 1140,

1187‑88

sacraments and the Church, 774,

1116, 1123, 1267, 1279, 1621,

2040, 2782

unity, diversity, and mission of

the members of the Church,

873‑74, 947

make‑up of the Church

apostles as foundation stones of

the, 642

Christ and His presence in the, 1380

Christ as head and origin of the,

669, 874

Christ provides the gifts and

ministries of the, 794

Christian faithful in the, 897‑913

hierarchical structure of the, 771,

874‑87

ordained ministries cannot be

substituted for in the structure

of the, 1593

religious and consecrated life, 914,

916 (

see also

Life: consecrated

life)

See also

Apostolic college;

Episcopal college

ministry of governing

authority of governing the Church,

553