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What does NMI stand for?

NMI stands for Novo Millennio Ineunte (apostolic letter; Catholic Church)

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To be included in this effort, Benedict writes, is concerted reflection on the texts of Vatican II, because--quoting Pope John Paul II's Novo millennio ineunte closing the Great Jubilee Year and opening the new millennium--these texts "have lost nothing of their value or brilliance.
The spirituality of unity is known today, especially in the Catholic church, by the name "spirituality of communion" ever since John Paul II proposed it to the entire Catholic church on 6 January 2001, in his Apostolic Letter Novo Millennio Ineunte, inviting everyone, on all levels, to live it.
We are to use, he said, an image (employed in his 2001 Apostolic Letter Novo millennio ineunte (At the beginning of the new millennium, January 6, 2001)--namely "to contemplate the face of Christ.
The Pope has called us to contemplate the face of Christ, so that the Church can "take up with new impetus its evangelizing mission" in this new millennium (Apostolic letter Novo millennio ineunte, 2).
The central theme of this sixth plenary meeting of the College of Cardinals is the study of the Church's prospects for the third millennium, in light of the Holy Father's recent apostolic letter Novo Millennio Ineunte," Vatican spokesman Joaquin Navarro-Valls said.