Administering and fruiting with Hope: truth is not opposed to reason
A prudent judgment requires to call things by their names, to consider them for what they are.
The person stands out from the earth and every other creature, which are devoid of any responsibility and vocation.
The culture of prosperity leads us to ask and get without being moved or caring for others and their pains, while a grateful contemplation of God’s world rather educates one’s own responsibility in self-control, willingness and in concern for the frailties.
The truth given in Revelation is not opposed to reason, but it elevates the responsibility in everybody.
The relation between the mystery of Christ and the redemption is the only basis for the trustworthy hope in salvation.
In the difficulties, only the Spirit’s action can develop our solidarity and compassionate care, as well as a selfless commitment is possible only by cultivating solid virtues.