BY JESUS ​​WE KNOW THAT GOD IS GOOD

BY JESUS ​​WE KNOW THAT GOD IS GOOD

 

   Karl Rahner, at the end of his life, saying, “Jesus know that God is good and wants us well not need to know much more.”.
God’s love, fully revealed in Jesus Christ is all very essence of Christian revelation.
“God loves us in Jesus Christ” is the fundamental clamor that runs from the beginning to the end of Christianity, and
claimed his great contribution to the social fabric.
Given this merciful love, the believer responds by faith, which, basically, is the free and obedient response to God who communicates in love.
From the contemplation of this overflowing love we respond freely and grateful for the faith. For this reason, faith is a personal decision that involves all our lives and forces to live according to his divine plan approaches.
Love for others is a sign of divine love in us, which gives full meaning to life. And, indeed, God works through people who love and presence is in people who need love.

 

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THE TWILIGHT OF LIFE WE LOVE TO DISCUSS

THE TWILIGHT OF LIFE WE LOVE TO DISCUSS

Many people have made love, support and dedication to others the vital reason for his life, and this donation have found answers to their deepest aspirations and his desire to be happy. Said Raúl Follerau, the tramp of fraternal charity: “Love sees in the face of the poor, the suffering and the persecuted, the face of Jesus.”

One day a beggar man approached a church, greeted the priest and said: “I do not know if you remember me but a few months ago I went through here. You gave me your own wardrobe shirts, socks, underwear and handkerchiefs. That gesture will not forget while I live.
I’ve been here and I have come to greet him . Are you a good person. The world needs a gale of kindness and hospitality with the poor. ”
That priest was overwhelmed by the experience and thanked God for having put in his heart desires compassion and the ability to do good. He recalled that Jesús de Nazaret “went about doing good.”

We will be born anew in charity when we discover that God asks us to discover it among the poor, “Come, ye blessed of my Father; inherit the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world. For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you clothed me, sick and you visited me, I was in prison and you came to me “(Mt 25,34ª- 36)!

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LA CIENCIA ACTUAL NO DESCARTA A DIOS

LA CIENCIA ACTUAL NO DESCARTA A DIOS

 
    La ciencia actual, cada día más honesta en sus planteamientos, ha superado con creces cualquier pretensión de presagiar el final de la Religión como enemiga del progreso, de los planteamientos científicos y de la propia realización del hombre.
        Alfredo Kastler, premio Nobel de Física, declaraba en el año 1968: “La idea de que el mundo, el universo material, se ha creado a sí mismo, me parece absurda. Para un físico, un solo átomo es tan complicado, supone tal inteligencia, que un universo puramente materialista carece de sentido… Yo no concibo el mundo sino con un Creador infinitamente inteligente…”
        John B. Haldane, famoso genetista británico, profesor de Cambridge, afirma que el origen de la vida es imposible sin un Ser Inteligente preexistente. La vida no se ha formado por causalidad, sino que se basa en leyes bien precisas”.
         Wittgenstein, que afirmaba que las fórmulas religiosas de fe no pasaban de ser para él hipótesis no empíricas, trabajó como enfermero en un hospital en Londres y renunció a su Cátedra, trató de defender la Religión contra sus detractores positivistas más radicales. Afirmaba que la Religión afecta también a nuestros pensamientos y acciones. Él argumentaba que “…en el mundo hay algo problemático, lo que llamamos sentido. Y que este sentido no está en él, sino fuera de él… Al sentido de la vida, esto es, al sentido del mundo podemos llamarlo Dios”.
      Esta tendencia direccional de la realidad, que parece cada día más consensuada por la comunidad científica, encaja perfectamente con la búsqueda de sentido global último de la propia existencia, de la propia realidad en su conjunto y del curso de la historia; realidades que son en el fondo la dimensión religiosa de todo ser humano.
 

  

 

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CHURCH call to conversion

CHURCH call to conversion
The Church is holy and sinful … Holy, based and anchored in the saving and redemptive action of God, One and Triune, Love God, the Holy Only. Holiness supported and encouraged by the Holy Spirit from the beginning to the end of time. Pecadora result of the actions and failures of each of its members, also of ours.
     The whole history of the Church must be must be read from the call to conversion that throws us the gospel to all, recognizing that “the Lord comes to our aid, despite our sinfulness” (Claudia Koll).
Undoubtedly, the Christian life is permanently called to grow and improve. For this reason, proper and specific attitude is to live in conversion. Benedicto XVI said on May 11, 2007: “Christ invites us to respond to evil first of all to a serious examination of conscience and commitment to purify the living itself … The conversion overcomes evil at its root, which is sin, though you can not always avoid its consequences. “
     The conversion reminds us that our benchmark is none other than the “Holy” and our vocation is holiness.
Recognize the call to holiness involves sinfulness in religious experience.
How we know that conversion to Christ is the most effective seed of evil and wickedness to flourish answer!
  He feels that the Church is reeling from the failures, but because of lack of faith, and God calls us to build a more fraternal, supportive and evangelical church.

 




DYING WITH HOPE 

DYING WITH HOPE 

 

 

       At a meeting of catechesis a young man intensely expressed concern and worry about the resurrection of the dead. He did not know for sure if the dead could live again when the cemetery was only silence and bones, and how resurrecting the dead.
    All suddenly they fell silent because that question worried even more than his companion and eyes were fixed on the catechist.
   The catechist, somewhat nervous, was glad to get out this important to the Christian faith and to man it. He read slowly Chapter 15 of the First Letter of St. Paul to the Corinthians, and said to the boys: “Man has always resisted to admit that death is the ultimate experience of life and death, injustice, pain and suffering due in the course of history. it has always longed for the triumph of God over these realities and that success would come from the same God. the resurrection is the other love of God the Father to all the work and person of Jesus Christ, unjustly treated and crucified on the cross.
What comparison do to understand the resurrection of the dead? The San Pablo using! “What you sow does not come to life unless it dies And what you sow is not the body that will sprout, but a bare kernel, perhaps of wheat or some other word God gives it a body at will..; each seed a peculiar body “(1 Co 15.37 to 38).
    Martín Descalzo said: “Dying is just dying. Just die. Dying is a runaway fire. It is through a door drift and find what much-sought “. We do not know how the dead raised but it is certain that your personal identity will be preserved and that God will come looking for your humanity, purified and redeemed. “

 

  Serve this poem as a tribute to all those who die with comfort believer of the Resurrection.
I’ll get on that place of no return
those who huddle in the heart
from caves to skyscrapers.
Ah, yes, I’ll get on that eternal embrace
that crosses the threshold of the immediate,
what we play nothing but look
but immediately it becomes grotesque!
I’ll heat up the divine burning
but leaves the internal frost absorbed,
one that hardens in the crevices
from head to passion.
Ah, yes, I’ll get on that place low
but that does not break the stillness of the living,
only that which we travel from dawn to dream!

 




DEATH OF A FRIEND

DEATH OF A FRIEND

A young man was tremendously moved by the death of a friend in a traffic accident. And faith reeled in a good and merciful God. Did not understand that God allowed the suffering of the innocent and evil in the world.

   He went to a priest and told him their concerns. The priest listened quietly and very carefully. Then he suggested: “Truly suffering and evil are a mystery. We can not know why God permits evil; a question that will be unveiled in full at the end.
   The Christian response to the suffering of the innocent is the resurrection of the dead. Resurrection can be understood as an act of God reivindicador coming out in defense of man unfairly treated by life circumstances and executioners turn. God will do justice to the end and the only enemy to be destroyed death.
   Also in Jesus Christ the drama of suffering and pain, mystery and death is in sight. In him God’s triumph against the apparent triumph of evil forces (prolepsis) is anticipated.
   Death is not the ultimate experience of human existence, and it is in the Passover of Christ where we are engrafted, sooner or later, since the passage of suffering. Your friend will participate fully in Christ even though the only thing left in your memory is the appalling absence of his breath and his footsteps “.

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 NO TO VIOLENCE AND PEACE MESSAGE

 NO TO VIOLENCE AND PEACE MESSAGE

John Paul II gave Ireland a speech against terrorism, which synthesizes the position that any Christian should have in their human relations: “Do not believe in violence … believe in peace, forgiveness and love … I beg of knees to abandon the paths of violence and come back to the ways of peace … violence delays the day of justice … ”

What a great gift of peace in human societies and difficult to keep within the limits of justice!

Work on this day to be a messenger of peace.

 

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BEYOND THE BORDERS OF DEATH

BEYOND THE BORDERS OF DEATH

 

       The celebration of all the deceased was born in Cluny (France) in the tenth century and is always held on November 2.It was created by St. Odilo, abab the Monastery of Cluny, for prayers, not only by laymen as guards dead so far, “for all the dead” was made. Rome adopted this celebration and spread to the whole Church.
     “From the beginning, Christians have wished their difundos were the subject of prayers and remembrance of part of the Christian community. Their graves became places of prayer, remembrance and reflection,” as pointed out by the Instruction ‘ “Ad resurgendum cum Christo “on burial and cremation, recently published.
Celebration of All Souls invites us to look at death from a Christian perspective and not fall into the “depths of despair”.Vatican II in the Dogmatic Constitution “Gaudium et Spes” expresses it beautifully: “The biggest enigma of human life is death. Man suffers with pain and the progressive dissolution of the body. But his maximum torment is perpetual fear for the disappearance. … While all imagination fails to death, the Church, chastened by divine Revelation says that man was created by God for a happy destiny lies beyond the borders of the earth ‘smisery. … (GS 18)
   Death is the silent throb that makes us burst into everyday life and brings us closer to the most unnoticed clear memory: being children of the earth and pilgrims skyward. And as pointed out by”Ad resurgendum cum Christo”, “The faithful are part of the Church that believes in communion” of those who are pilgrims on earth, of those who are purified after death and those who enjoy the celestial bliss, and that all come together in one Church “(5).

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NO A LA VIOLENCIA Y UN MENSAJE DE PAZ

 NO A LA VIOLENCIA Y UN MENSAJE DE PAZ

Juan Pablo II pronunció en Irlanda un discurso contra el terrorismo, que sintetiza la postura que cualquier cristiano debe de tener en sus relaciones humanas: “No creáis en la violencia… creed en la paz, en el perdón y en el amor… Os suplico de rodillas que abandonéis los senderos de la violencia y volváis a los caminos de la paz… La violencia atrasa el día de la justicia…”

¡Qué gran don la paz en las sociedades humanas y qué difícil mantenerla dentro de los límites de la justicia!

Trabaja en este día para ser un mensajero de la paz.

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