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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. I feel this age we Christians always need to emphasize the need for mercy. Pope gives different realms which we should as Christians to show mercy to our brothers.
A worthwhile reading. I enjoyed it. View all 7 comments. Mar 02, Robert rated it really liked it. This document is a beautiful meditation on the Father who is rich in mercy.
John Paul II makes an explicit connection here with the divine love as it is manifested and revealed in Christ. Overall it is a great read. His meditation on the parable of the Prodigal Son at the heart of the document superbly raises to the surface the importance of the moral dimension of identity and its loss through sin.
Dos pasajes en particular quiero recordar. Tal dominio sobre la tierra, entendido tal vez unilateral y superficialmente, parece no dejar espacio a la misericordia Jun 15, Marie rated it it was amazing Shelves: catholic. We should never forget how God is always merciful. We should remember how Mary and Christ's life is a constant proof of His mercy, how the forgiving of our sins is a proof of His mercy, and how we need to be the ones to ask, receive, spread that mercy of His for our salvation.
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Dives in Misericordia: Encyclical on the Mercy of God
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The original text was written in longhand in Polish. The encyclical was promulgated on 30 November He told his biographer George Weigel that he felt spiritually "very near" to Sister Faustina when he began the encyclical. Pope John Paul II's second encyclical continues to examine the world problems brought up in his first encyclical, Redemptor hominis , including rising militarization, tyranny, starvation, and daily problems of personal life. He teaches that the only authentic Christian response to these rising problems is through love informed by God's mercy, especially as revealed in the love of the Father in the Trinity.
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Jn 14, 9 1. El mismo es, en cierto sentido, la misericordia. Y tienen necesidad, aunque con frecuencia no lo saben. Mediante tales hechos y palabras, Cristo hace presente al Padre entre los hombres. Venerable Brothers and dear sons and daughters, greetings and the apostolic blessing.