“The only act by which a human being can correspond to the God who reveals himself, is the act of unlimited readiness. It is the unity of faith, hope, and love.”
There are fundamental Christian concepts that, although they have always remained in the Christian consciousness, in a particular age of history so step into the light that it is as if they are being discovered for the first time. Three factors have succeeded one another in the contemporary Church that place the meaning of Christian vocation in a new light.
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