Grace and the call to freedom in the gift of self - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Grace and the call to freedom in the gift of self

The history of the theology of grace warns of the complexity of its matter that over time has gathered various meanings and nuances.
Responsibility is entrusted by grace, so that a free response to the problems of the world and of time is voluntarily offered to God in the face of the laws of nature, of conscience, of others, of God.
With grace of faith and reason, the truth about responsibility is found in the Word; with grace of hope and ethics we act responsibly on the way of the Cross; by means of grace of charity and communion, the life in the Church promotes the responsibility of the gift.
The disciple has Christ as the model and unique source of life; this communion with Christ leads to a great responsibility, but it is itself a gift from the Lord, a grace that allows acting to give good fruits, to the point that the disciple himself or herself becomes a gift, which thus fulfills his or her sake. -  email:
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