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„Dear brothers and sisters who are ill, your sickness makes you in a particular way one of those "who labour and are burdened," and thus attract the eyes and heart of Jesus. In him, you will find light to brighten your darkest moments and hope to soothe your distress. He urges you: "Come to me." In him, you will find strength to face all the worries and questions that assail you during this "dark night" of body and soul. Christ did not give us prescriptions, but through his passion, death and resurrection he frees us from the grip of evil.
In your experience of illness, you certainly need a place to find rest. The Church desires to become more and more the "inn" of the Good Samaritan who is Christ (cf. Lk 10:34), that is, a home where you can encounter his grace, which finds expression in closeness, acceptance and relief. In this home, you can meet people who, healed in their frailty by God's mercy, will help you bear your cross and enable your suffering to give you a new perspective. You will be able to look beyond your illness to a greater horizon of new light and fresh strength for your lives.”
Message of His Holiness Pope Francis for the XXVIII World Day of the Sick 2020
Oprawa: twarda | Ilość stron: 272 | Wydawnictwo: Towarzystwo Naukowe KUL | Rok wydania: 2020 | Wymiary: 18.0x24.5cm | EAN: 9788373067981