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The Papal Messages of 1 January each year, begun in in the pontificate of Paul VI, are also meant to serve the cause of peace.
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Since the publication of the very first document of my Pontificate, I have spoken explicitly of the Great Jubilee, suggesting that the time leading up to it be lived as "a new Advent". It is certainly tertio millennio adveniente a matter of indulging in a new millenarianism, as occurred in some quarters at the end of the first millennium; rather, it is aimed at tertio millennio adveniente increased sensitivity to all that the Spirit is saying to the Church and to the Churches cf.
The purpose is to emphasize what the Spirit is suggesting to the different communities, from the smallest ones, such as the family, to the largest ones, such as nations and international organizations, taking into account cultures, societies and sound traditions.
Despite appearances, humanity continues to await the revelation of the children of God, and lives by this hope, like a mother in labour, to use the image employed so powerfully by Saint Paul in his Letter to the Romans cf.
Papal Journeys have tertio millennio adveniente an important element in the work of implementing the Second Vatican Council.
Begun by John XXIII on the eve of the Council with a memorable pilgrimage to Loreto and Assisithey notably increased under Paul VI who, after first visiting the Holy Landundertook nine other great apostolic journeys which brought him into direct contact with the peoples of the different continents.
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The current Pontificate has widened this programme of travels even tertio millennio adveniente, starting with Mexico, on the occasion of the Third General Conference of the Latin American Episcopate held in Puebla in In that same year, there was also the trip to Poland for the Jubilee of the nine hundredth anniversary of the death of Saint Stanislaus, Tertio millennio adveniente and Martyr.
The successive stages of these travels are well known.
Papal journeys have become a regular occurrence, taking in the particular Churches in every continent and showing concern for the development of ecumenical relationships with Christians of various denominations.
Particularly important in this regard were the visits to TurkeyGermanyEngland, Scotland and WalesSwitzerlandthe Scandinavian countriesand most recently the Baltic countries Lebanon, Jerusalem and the Holy Land.
It would be very significant if in the Year it were possible to visit the places on the road taken tertio millennio adveniente the People of God of the Old Covenant, starting from the places associated with Abraham and Moses, through Egypt and Mount Sinai, as far as Damascus, the city which witnessed the conversion of Saint Paul.
In preparing for the Yearthe individual Churches have their own role to play, as they celebrate with their own Jubilees significant stages in the salvation history of the various peoples. Among these regional or local Jubilees, events of great importance have included the millennium of the Baptism of Rus' in 11 as also the five hundredth anniversary of the beginning of evangelization in America Besides events of such wide-ranging impact, we may recall tertio millennio adveniente which, although not of universal importance, are no less significant: There will soon also be celebrated the tertio millennio adveniente anniversary of the Baptism of Clovisking of the Franks, and the th anniversary of the arrival of Saint Augustine in Canterburymarking the beginning of the evangelization of the Anglo-Saxon world.
As far as Asia is concerned, the Jubilee will remind us of the Apostle Thomas, who, according to tradition, brought the proclamation of the Gospel at the very beginning of the Christian era to India, where missionaries from Portugal would not arrive until about the tertio millennio adveniente The current year also marks the seventh centenary of the tertio millennio adveniente of Chinaand we are preparing to commemorate the spread of missionary work in the Philippines with the erection of the Metropolitan See of Manila We likewise look forward to the fourth centenary of the first martyrs in Japan In Africa, where the first proclamation of the Gospel also dates back to Apostolic times, together with the th anniversary of the episcopal consecration of the first Bishop of the Ethiopians, Saint Frumentius c.
Other African nations have recently celebrated such centenaries.
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And how can we fail to mention the Eastern Churches, whose ancient Patriarchates are so closely linked to the apostolic heritage and whose venerable theological, liturgical and spiritual traditions constitute a tremendous wealth which is the common patrimony of the whole of Christianity?
The many jubilee celebrations in these Churches, and in the Communities which acknowledge them as the origin of their own apostolicity, recall the journey of Christ down the centuries, leading to the Great Jubilee at the end of tertio millennio adveniente second millennium.
Seen in this light, the whole of Christian history appears to us as a single river, into which many tributaries pour their waters.
The Year invites us to gather with renewed fidelity and ever deeper communion along the banks of this great river: This is truly the "river" which with its "streams", tertio millennio adveniente the expression of the Psalm, "make glad the city of God" The Holy Years celebrated in the latter part of this century have also prepared for the Year The celebration of as the Year of Redemption followed along the same lines.
The Encyclical Redemptoris Materissued on that occasion, drew attention to the Council's teaching on the presence of the Mother of God in the mystery of Christ and the Church: The Marian Year was as it were an anticipation of the Jubilee, and contained much of what will find fuller expression in the Year It would be difficult not to recall that the Marian Year took place only shortly before the events of Those events remain surprising for their vastness and especially for the speed with which they occurred.
The Eighties were years marked by a growing danger from the "Cold War".