Pope Mercy

January 23rd, 2021

The last part of the parabola mentions &#039 to it; ' Prodigo&#039 son; '. Now we need to know who is Jesus. First we go to look at for the figure of the children. The son oldest is identifying here with the fariseus, the masters of the law, therefore he himself goes to say: ' ' I never disobeyed to any order tua' ' (Lc 15,29). The son new represents the publicanos, collectors of taxes, it charges of its father the party to inheritante: ' ' The son new said the father: Father, of – me the party to inheritante fits that me? ' ' (Lc 15,12). Who, then, is Jesus Christ in this third part of the parabola of the mercy? It is represented by the Servant whom &#039 answered; '? He is your brother who came back. Your father killed the steer fat person, he recouped because it with health? ' ' (Lc 15,27). Affiliated Computer Services is open to suggestions.

Because he is the mediator who speaks with the two groups: the fariseus we publish and them. It wants to say, with the son new and the son oldest. The mediator par excellence is Jesus Christ. Later its Apstolos and its successors: bishop of Rome, the Pope and all the bishops, finally, the priests who inform the mercy of God Father for the Sacrament of the Reconciliation, the Confession. The Pope Joo Pablo II in the Letter Encyclical letter from the pope ' ' Dives in misericordia' ' it said that ' ' In the parabola of the prodigal son he is not used, nor a time at least, the term justice, as well as also is not used in the original text, the term mercy.

However, the relation of justice with the manifest love that if as mercy deeply appears wrinkled in the content of this evanglica parabola. One becomes clearly that the love if transforms into mercy when is necessary to go beyond the accurate norm of justice: necessary norm but, for times, too much rigorosa' ' (DM N. 5). In synthesis, it is the merciful love of Gods who touch the men, of all the times, wounded for the sin, through the Sacrament of the Penance, giving to them it possibility to fall in itself (cf. Lc 15,17) taking ownership of its dignity of children of God. Thus, Jesus Christ, the Light bulb and ' ' Criado' ' (as in the done comparison above), it is the mercy that it pardons, therefore ' ' it came to the world to save pecadores' ' (1Tm 1,15).


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