Responsibility in imitation of Christ - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Responsibility in imitation of Christ

Jesus shows God’s love in giving Himself as ransom for all to draw us in communion with Him.
Faith in Christ brings gifts and makes the person himself a gift: the free responsibility for solidarity is a grace to act in daily living with the prospect of the Judgment and of the eternal good.
Grateful and appreciating the Father’s love, we can act responsibly in secret self-sacrifice and good works, aware of the brothers in Christ and their problems with inspired creativity and enthusiasm, because of Faith and not for personal glory or dominion.
These God-given capacities must be expressed to avoid relativizing, ignoring and losing them because of insensitivity to the truth.
The veritas in caritate (Eph 4:15) must be understood and enlightened by the caritas in veritate, which commits to live with responsibility; all derives from charity, giving real substance to the personal relationship with God and with neighbor.
Painfully aware of the sufferings we can dare and discover how to contribute to foster and disseminate solidarity and responsibility for justice and the common good. -  email:
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