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jueves, 20 de febrero de 2014
Money is a good instrument
Somehow, the Pope proposes Francisco I work for free or are
not understanding what you mean.
Next February 25, 2014, will be presented at the
Vatican a book by German Cardinal Gerhard Müller (image) entitled: Excellent
for the poor. The mission of the Church.
The book's title evokes one of the first
statements of the newly Pope Francis I, in March 2013: "How would a poor
church and to the poor!"
From the foreword, written by the Pope, I draw
this thought his "money is a" good instrument itself "but if it
is not offered to others, turns against man".
I share with you a few comments:
It is a breakthrough that the primary moral
authority of the Catholic expressly say
"money is a good instrument itself".
As I say, is progress, especially when you
consider where they are the most spiritual standing, ie repudiating "filthy
lucre" (as they usually call it).
Another important phrase: "How would a poor
church and to the poor!" Not much they can do without material resources
priests. Neither priests nor anyone. Perhaps what I mean is Francisco "How
would a rich church (as we have) to (begin to) help the poor".
Another valuable idea: "if (money) is not
offered to others, turns against man". Are we referring to the same man or
he is thinking of some other species? Can you imagine what would happen if we
offered our money? Depending on the wealth of each, would enter into
destitution in no more than 30 seconds, thanks to which, we would become the needy
would have to help others.
Imagine: If a ruling party - the people who asks
you to do something to contain a crime - wave, proposed the immediate
evangelization of current prisoners and of prisoners who were once, how much
would improve public safety?
What I'm saying is that humans are not generous
for a simple reason: WE ARE WEAK, born premature, we need two decades to become
young adults. With this congenital weakness, can anyone seriously think that we
will provide the money we hard-earned?
With this type of policy, exposed from the
highest ecclesiastical authority, which reaches millions of believers (baptized
1,214 million in 2011), the Catholic Church is sponsoring more poverty (we
increasingly poor!) And the imaginary Minister of Homeland Security would have
a bad management if you only try to persuade human criminals begin to behave