That, along with trust, dialogue and communication, members will exercise freedom in a responsible manner, and thus enhance the quality of obedience as they grow from a more external submission to authority to a healthier sense of co-responsibility for the work and well-being of the Congregation. (Art.154)
For the conversion of sinners, and for all in affliction, temptation and agony.
We should thank God that he has not granted us greater graces; for, in our imperfection, we would then ascribe glory to ourselves by reason of them. (KW,44)