“The Bible is the foundation of our society in Western Europe. It becomes a book that unites and can certainly generate a genuine ecumenical experience. The Bible is the great
Pope Francis in his audience last Wednesday of August 31 began a new cycle of biblical catechesis: after those dedicated to old age, he began the journey on the theme of discernment. Discernment is an important act that affects everyone as choices are an essential part of life. Discerning to choose according to God. “You choose a food, a dress, a path of study, a job, a relationship. All this is a project of life that is concretized, and our relationship with God is also concretized,” the Holy Father said. He added: “Discernment involves effort. According to the Bible, we are not faced with the life we have to live: no! We must decide it continuously, according to the realities that come. God invites us to evaluate and to choose: He has created us free and wants us to exercise our freedom. For this reason, discerning is challenging”. Discernment is tiring but indispensable for living. The path that Pope Francis will propose next Wednesday goes to the roots not only of life but of the quality with which it is lived. Reread the opening catechesis in the official Vatican website.
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