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No Self Made Man

xjesusheartill2Alfred Delp: A Self-surrender at the Heart of the World

I had to re-blog this from Father Peter Nguyen on Alfred Delp. Please read it in full at the above link.

“In the Kingdom of God there is no self-made man. An open heart receives the thoughts of God. An open ear receives his guidance. Life either comes to grip with the great Heart or nothing else. One must be capable of genuine decision and devotion”

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Pope Francis

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“Let us begin this journey together – a journey for the Roman Catholic Church.” Pope Francis

Pope Francis’ Motto: “lowly and yet chosen” (“miserando atque eligendo”)

¡Viva Cristo Rey! ¡Viva la Virgen de Guadalupe!

Moments after he stepped out to as us to pray for him, I see this on twitter: “Anyone else think Pope Francis looked like a Soviet ruler standing there. Regardless, I love him.”

I couldn’t help but respond back with the following: No Soviet leader but I did see the Vicar of Christ and all worldly leaders don’t add up to him

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Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio

Pope Francis, first Francis Pope, first Jesuit Pope and first from Latin America.

“REBUILD MY CHURCH!”

Thank you Lord.

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St. George, pray for us. May East and West come together in Christ through His love. Amen

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