Jesus is our humanism

“We must not domesticate the power of the face of Christ. His face is the image of his transcendence. It is the misericordiae vultus [divine mercy]. Let us allow ourselves to be looked at by him. Jesus is our humanism. Let us always be unsettled by his question: ‘who do you say that I am?’ (Mt 16:15).” — Pope Francis

Reflection:

Who do you say Jesus is by your words and your actions, by your attitudes and beliefs? Does your face reflect Christ, the divine mercy?

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Jesus is our humanism

Sunday, October 22, 2017
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