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lilli.belli

@lilli.belli

Lioba Jörg
2 days ago
lilli.belli #dankemama#mutterliebe#mamaistdiebeste#amorislaetitia#popefrancis "tatsächlich sind die mütter das stärkste gegenmittel gegen die verbreitung des egoistischen individualismus. sie sind es, die die schönheit des lebens bezeugen. zweifellos wäre eine gesellschaft ohne mütter eine unmenschliche gesellschaft, denn die mütter wissen stets, auch in den schlimmsten augenblicken, zärtlichkeit, hingabe, moralische kraft zu bezeugen. die mütter geben oft auch den tiefsten sinn der glaubenspraxis weiter: in den ersten gebeten, in den ersten gesten der frömmigkeit, die ein kind erlernt. ohne die mütter gäbe es nicht nur keine neuen gläubigen, sondern der glaube würde einen großteil seiner einfachen und tiefen wärme verlieren. liebe mütter, danke für das, was ihr in der familie seid, und für das, was ihr der kirche und der welt schenkt." (amoris laetitia 174)
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no_guess_work

@no_guess_work

Exposing The Freewill Myth
3 days ago
no_guess_work "amoris laetitia and the dubia" in 2016 there was much controversy in the roman catholic church because pope francis has made no reply or response to the five cardinals who have joined some noteworthy theologians and some (800,000) roman catholics in an filial correction openly against the pope concerning the legality of giving the eucharist to people who have been divorced or living in sin. they desire that a more straight forward document be made on the teachingings of christ and not some vague rhetoric pontifical writing which permits mortal sins to be permissible and all inclusive with the faithful. well, here is the catch.... if they were truly "the true church of christ, their altars would be most holy! and that host and blood would be the most powerful witness to confirm them! that host if it were indeed the body of christ, it itself would be infused with great power enough to make anyone who ate it unworthily sick, weak and even k**l them for not discerning the lord's body and blood! remember what the apostle paul wrote! see comments. #eucharist #communion #corpuscristi #cardinalraymondburke
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padrerodrigao

@padrerodrigao

Pe. RODRIGO
3 days ago
padrerodrigao Projeto de evangelização de noivos e de casais, no 1o ano de vida conjugal - catedral nossa senhora da piedade - lorena - sp mais um encontro de formação dos casais que trabalharão na evangelização dos noivos, e depois acompanhá-los no 1o ano de casados. esta noite a formação contou com a presença de nosso bispo emérito dom beni, que escreveu um livro pelas edições cnbb, sobre a exortação apostólica pós sinodal amoris laetitia, do papa francisco. como esta proposta de trabalho pastoral parte das provocações da amoris laetitia, a contribuição de dom beni, nesta noite, é enriquecimento para nossos casais em formação para a missão.#amorislaetitia #catedraldelorena #casais
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nicholala

@nicholala

Nikki Arellano
4 days ago
nicholala 7/13: “and how am i going to make peace? by getting down on my knees? no! just by a small gesture, a little something, and harmony within your family will be restored. just a little caress, no words are necessary. but do not let the day end without making peace in your family” (104). #amorislaetitia #brushlettering #bleedproofwhite #popefrancis #corinthians13
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adyc.beinspired

@adyc.beinspired

ADYC
5 days ago
adyc.beinspired Tonight's meeting...@amoris.laetitia "let's talk family! let's be family #amorislaetitia @wmof2018
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papafrancescoalivingsaint

@papafrancescoalivingsaint

Papa Francesco A Living Saint
6 days ago
papafrancescoalivingsaint Letting ‘#amorislaetitia’ be heard listening to concrete hopes & sorrows. by matthew sitman october 16, 2017 #popefrancis u.s. catholicism theology amoris laetitia, pope francis’s 2016 apostolic exhortation, is translated as “the joy of love,” but its reception over the last year has been anything but patient and kind. a richly textured if occasionally unwieldy document that stretches to over two-hundred pages, the controversy it’s generated has almost entirely focused on one chapter—even one footnote—that raises the issue of divorced-and-remarried catholics receiving communion. a conference hosted by cardinal blase cupich and james keenan, sj, at #bostoncollege earlier this month sought to forge, as its title claimed, “a new momentum for moral formation and pastoral practice.” bringing together two cardinals, twelve bishops, and over twenty other participants—some priests, but many lay theologians—the gathering clearly was an attempt to shift the way amoris laetitia is being understood and engaged with in the united states. most catholics certainly haven’t read the exhortation; their knowledge of it is second hand, often filtered through fevered speculations about the pope’s “plot” to change the church or news reports about “filial corrections” from self-styled guardians of orthodoxy. when those more sympathetic to amoris understandably respond to such criticisms, it only further establishes the narrative of controversy surrounding the document. if there was one refrain that dominated the discussions in boston, it was that the exhortation really does have nine chapters—more than the much-debated chapter 8. amoris begins not with disputed questions or polemics; instead, it surveys the “families, births, love stories, and family crises” that fill the bible and then moves on to “the experiences and challenges of families” today. it begins, in other words, not with abstract theological ideals, but attentiveness to the concrete hopes and sorrows, joys and messiness, of actual family life. it starts with examples and complexity, not pat formulations. #usccatholicism www.commonwealmagazine.org continued in comment section.
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papal.news

@papal.news

Papal News
6 days ago
papal.news Letting ‘#amorislaetitia’ be heard listening to concrete hopes & sorrows. by matthew sitman october 16, 2017 #popefrancis u.s. catholicism theology amoris laetitia, pope francis’s 2016 apostolic exhortation, is translated as “the joy of love,” but its reception over the last year has been anything but patient and kind. a richly textured if occasionally unwieldy document that stretches to over two-hundred pages, the controversy it’s generated has almost entirely focused on one chapter—even one footnote—that raises the issue of divorced-and-remarried catholics receiving communion. a conference hosted by cardinal blase cupich and james keenan, sj, at #bostoncollege earlier this month sought to forge, as its title claimed, “a new momentum for moral formation and pastoral practice.” bringing together two cardinals, twelve bishops, and over twenty other participants—some priests, but many lay theologians—the gathering clearly was an attempt to shift the way amoris laetitia is being understood and engaged with in the united states. most catholics certainly haven’t read the exhortation; their knowledge of it is second hand, often filtered through fevered speculations about the pope’s “plot” to change the church or news reports about “filial corrections” from self-styled guardians of orthodoxy. when those more sympathetic to amoris understandably respond to such criticisms, it only further establishes the narrative of controversy surrounding the document. if there was one refrain that dominated the discussions in boston, it was that the exhortation really does have nine chapters—more than the much-debated chapter 8. amoris begins not with disputed questions or polemics; instead, it surveys the “families, births, love stories, and family crises” that fill the bible and then moves on to “the experiences and challenges of families” today. it begins, in other words, not with abstract theological ideals, but attentiveness to the concrete hopes and sorrows, joys and messiness, of actual family life. it starts with examples and complexity, not pat formulations. #usccatholicism www.commonwealmagazine.org continued in comment section.
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alicebandino

@alicebandino

Alice Bandino
6 days ago
alicebandino ✓psicologia ovunque... chiunque entri in contatto coi minori ha il dovere di formarsi e di garantire il massimo del benessere ad ognuno di loro, senza pregiudizi o stereotipi. [...]"anche tra gli psicologi, «è sempre più ampia la componente di coloro che ritengono possibile una integrazione nella distinzione dei ruoli, dei metodi, delle competenze e degli obiettivi. papa francesco in amoris laetitia non solo riconosce l’importanza dei contributi della psicologia nella comprensione delle dinamiche psicoaffettive e familiari, ma ne invoca l’uso: “le risposte alle consultazioni esprimono anche con insistenza la necessità della formazione di operatori laici di pastorale familiare con l’aiuto di psicopedagogisti, medici di famiglia, medici di comunità, assistenti sociali, avvocati per i minori e le famiglie, con l’apertura a ricevere gli apporti della psicologia, della sociologia, della sessuologia e anche del counseling. i professionisti, specialmente coloro che hanno esperienza di accompagnamento, aiutano a incarnare le proposte pastorali nelle situazioni reali e nelle preoccupazioni concrete delle famiglie.” (al 204) #papafrancesco #amorislaetitia #psicologia #formazione #intelligenzaemotiva #emotivamente #psygo #aggiornamenti #lezioni #empatia#diocesialesterralba #centromissionarioalesterralba #settimanedelbenesserepsicologico2017 #promozionepsicologia #benesserea360gradi
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shannonnogueira

@shannonnogueira

Shannon Nogueira
6 days ago
shannonnogueira National symposium 2017 was one hell of an experience. it wouldn't have been so much fun without the people in the pictures above. these memories and the new friendships will be cherished forever. lots of love to all of you 💕 viva abba viva yuva! #nationalsymposium2017 #amorislaetitia #bombaydiocese #dyc
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alicebinelle

@alicebinelle

Alice Binelle
1 weeks ago
alicebinelle La libertà di scegliere permette di proiettare la propria vita e coltivare il meglio di sé, ma, se non ha obiettivi nobili e disciplina personale, degenera in una incapacità di donarsi generosamente ✝ . . . . . . . . . . . . #tb #ridatemilestate #dovreistudiare #quantomancaanatale #quantosibellaroma #sanpietro #roma #cittàdelvaticano #cristianesimo #papafrancesco #amorislaetitia #igersrome
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papal.news

@papal.news

Papal News
2 weeks ago
papal.news ‪frederic fornos sj ‬. non è una "mera casistica univoca e astorica, ma nemmeno una equivoca e relativista 'etica della situazione'" é "un discernimento personale, accompagnato da un discernimento pastorale ecclesiale che lo confermi" #amorislaetitia @civcatt #popefrancis #amorislaetitia #laciviltacattolica subscribe now! #cina #colombia #venezuela #concilio #amorislaetitia #biennale www.laciviltacattolica.it http://us14.campaign-archive1.com/?u=441b2200731c72bb723ede881&id=cfb64b2d9b #notebook #book #mustread
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nicholala

@nicholala

Nikki Arellano
2 weeks ago
nicholala 6/13: i must pick up where i left off after more than a year. really rusty, but it’s all good. “saint thomas aquinas explains that ‘it is more proper to charity to desire to love than to desire to be loved’” (102). #amorislaetitia #corinthians13 #freehandcalligraphy #vsco
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