Catholic Dictionary

Pleroma

(Greek: plenitude) 1. Jesus Christ, the fullness of all things. 2. The abundance that comes to those who live in Christ Jesus (Col 2:9-10; Eph 1:22-23). 3. The Gnostic term meaning the fullness from which the world's Creator fell and to which all spirits trapped in matter must eventually return.

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