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La Red Europea Iglesia por la Libertad es una convergencia espontánea de organizaciones – asociaciones, comunidades, grupos y redes informales – de cristianas y cristianos europeos en su mayoría católicos, quienes compartimos

(1)   la visión de una Iglesia profética, ecuménica, liberadora, afirmativa, amante que no excluye ni discrimina y que sigue los pasos de Jesús liberador


(2) la voluntad de obrar, respetando la diversidad religiosa y cultural, por la paz, la justicia, la libertad, los Derechos Humanos y la democracia incluso dentro de la Iglesia católica. (Cf Declaración sobre los derechos y las libertades en el seno de la Iglesia católica, Red Europea, 1994)


(d) La Red Europea declara constituir parte integrante de la Iglesia Católica que goza de la libertad de asociación conforme a la ley de la Iglesia Católica (Canon 215) (Constitución Preámbulo b y d)

Das Europäische Netzwerk "Kirche im Aufbruch" entstand aus dem spontanen Zusammenschluss von Gruppen - in der Mehrzahl katholische Vereine, Vereinigungen oder informelle Gruppierungen - europäischer Christinnen und Christen, welche die Vision teilen:

(1) einer prphetischen, ökumenischen, befreienden, solidarischen und geschwisterlichen Kirche in der Nachfolge Jesu Christi des Befreiers, die weder ausschließt noch diskriminiert,


(2) den Willen, unter Achtung kultureller Vielfalt und Verschiedenheit für Frieden, Gerechtigkeit, Menschenrechte und Demokratie auch in der Katholischen Kirche zu arbeiten (vgl. Deklaration der Rechte und Freiheiten in der Katholischen Kirche, Europäisches Netzwerk 1994).

.......... Das Europäische Netzwerk versteht sich als integraler Bestandteil der katholischen Kirche,  und nimmt die im Kirchenrecht garantierte Freiheit des Zusammenschlusses (Canon 215) für sich in anspruch. versteht sich als integraler Bestandteil der katholischen Kirche und handelt aus ihr heraus (Satzung Präambel b unt d)

Le Réseau européen Eglises et Libertés est une convergence spontanée d’organisations  – associations, communautés, groupes et réseaux informels – de chrétiennes et de chrétiens majoritairement catholiques d’Europe partageant

(1) la vision d’une Eglise prophétique, œcuménique, solidaire, aimante qui n’exclut ni ne discrimine et qui marche dans la voie de Jésus le libérateur,


(2) la volonté d’œuvrer dans le respect de la diversité culturelle et religieuse pour la paix, la justice, la liberté, les droits humains et la démocratie, y compris dans l’Eglise Catholique. (Cf Déclaration des droits et libertés dans l’Eglise catholique, Réseau Européen 1994).

....... Il se déclare membre de l’Eglise Catholique en qualité d’association jouissant de la liberté d’association selon le droit de l’Eglise catholique (Canon 215). (Charte Préambule b et d)

The European Network Church on the Move is a spontaneous convergence of organizations – associations, communities, informal groups and networks – of European Christians who are in majority Catholic, sharing

(1) the vision of a Church prophetic, ecumenical, liberating, supporting, loving, which neither excludes nor discriminates and which follows on the steps of Jesus the liberator


(2) the will to work, respecting cultural and religious diversity, for peace, justice, freedom, human rights and democracy, including in the Catholic Church (Cf Declaration of rights and freedoms in the Catholic Church, European Network 1994)


(d) The European Network declares itself an integral part of the Catholic Church enjoying the freedom of association under the law of the Catholic Church (Canon 215) (Constitution Preamble b and d)