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320. In the midst of the fulness of time, the Pope, making mention of the example of the faithful of the past who suffered for the faith, reminds us of the faith and attitude of the Church in the face of so many assaults against her, exhorts us to face them with courage and zeal, and with the intense love of Christ. He wishes that, using all the means at our disposal and invested with the special mission entrusted to the Church by Christ himself, we follow more firmly the path of renewal that is ours.
(B)(1) Any peace officer of a state, county, municipal, or department of natural resources peace officer basic training program shall complete all basic training required for the certification of peace officers, as required by section 109.79 of the Revised Code, prior to the officer’s entering into an employment of a permanent, probationary, or other nonpermanent basis, and the officer shall continuously maintain such training while in active duty.
(B)(2) Any peace officer of a state, county, municipal, or department of natural resources basic training program shall complete all basic training required for the certification of peace officers, as required by section 109.79 of the Revised Code, prior to the officer’s entry into an employment of a permanent, probationary, or other nonpermanent basis.
In conclusion, the pope does not need to name a successor, a cardinalatial vicar or an auxiliary bishop. In any case, if the pope wishes to promote some bishop to the office of metropolitan, prefect, or archbishop, he has complete freedom to do so, through the power of appointment given to him, as is the case with all ecclesiastical appointments (Cf. Congregation for Bishops, RER, n. 12, 19 May 1974; Congregation for Bishops, RER, 24 September 1979, n. 16).
185. The unity and social action of the Church s pastors in the exercise of their ministries in the life of the community, not merely as educators, but as providers of the spiritual food most needed in their respective communities, means that they do not live in seclusion.  They have a special responsibility as true pastors, so that they may have the primary and essential good of the flock entrusted to their care. We must listen to them carefully, in order to benefit from their counsel, for in all matters they are more intimate with the life of the people, better able to discern the needs and the desires of the community. Indeed, in most cities it is possible to find communities that have benefited from the presence of the Church for a great number of years. Communities that have found a real home, that are aware that the Church is the keeper of the good of every human person, a keeper of the community, the keeper of social and political values, the carrier and bearer of its true message. In many ways such a community  embraces something of the charism that the Christian communities of Africa are given by the Spirit (cf. 1 Cor 2:10).
202. All these three accusations are incompatible with the faith of the Church which is that of one holy, catholic and apostolic Church, which was founded by the Lord Jesus Christ and has its life from him. The Church is called to love the world in its totality, and she has a mission in every country to proclaim the Gospel of the kingdom of God and to give to all people the liberative message of salvation in Jesus Christ. To this end, the Church makes a special appeal to Christian society to make it more evangelically faithful.