Philanthropic goodness and charity. Faced with the death of Gino Strada we are called to pray, in front of his work, at his thought, leave us the right of criticism and doubt to his image of a secular face

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PHILANTHROPIC GOODNESS AND CHARITY. BEFORE THE DEATH OF GINO STRADA WE ARE CALLED TO PRAY, IN FRONT OF HIS WORK, TO HIS THOUGHT, IN HIS IMAGE OF A LAY FACE LEAVE US THE RIGHT OF CRITICISM AND DOUBT

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Mother Teresa of Calcutta, without the substantial income of an NGO as Emergency - which for Afghanistan alone was able to benefit from 60 million euros in 10 years - has managed to bring peace and assistance to the suburbs of India. By placing herself as a disciple of Christ in rending health and social wars, just as scary and perverse as those fought by Emergency. With one important difference though, which many Catholics still deliberately ignore, what for Doctor Gino Strada e Emergency it is secular philanthropy tanned in the spotlight, for the little Albanian nun it is hiding and heroicity of Charis in which grace made person is identified with Christ.

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Ivano Liguori, Ofm. Capp.

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The great Genoese singer-songwriter Fabrizio De André sings in one of his famous pieces from the sixties:

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«When death calls me, no one in the world will notice, that a man died without speaking, without knowing the truth, that a man died without praying, fleeing the weight of pity " [The Testament, 1966].

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The death of Doctor Gino Strada it reminded me of these lines. In the face of death, every man remains alone. But, be clearly stated, before death every man remains alone before God, which is the only one that can decree the right meaning is thickness to an entire existence, without the need for anyone to worry about organizing the canonization theater by direct route. Surgeon and founder of the powerful NGO Emergency, he was the icon of modern secular philanthropism, atheist and convinced militant [See. WHO]. Charismatic character, how controversial; loved and opposed on various fronts and often also by his own medical colleagues who have raised various doubts about his "disinterested humanitarian activity".

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Since youth he was a passionate leftist, zealous member of the Student Movement of the State University of Milan in which - in those villains Years of lead - you didn't go too far when you had to repress a thought other than the politically imposed one or you had to put a dissident opponent in line. Gad Lerner himself - ex manganellatore by Lotta Continua, then passed on the columns of owner's newspaper of Casa Agnelli and following the direction of Tg1 [See. WHO, WHO] - remembers his friend in those years in which Strada represented:

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«[…] the best Milan and the best Sessantotto, it is the demonstration that utopia is not naivete but creative faith […] I remember him in demonstration with the helmet on his head before the green coat of the war doctor " [See. WHO].

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Nothing different could have been expected from a Marxist-Leninist-Stalinist-Maoist current such as the one frequented by the young Gino Strada in the 1960s and 1970s. As far as we know, the late surgeon has never denied that past of gruff and quarrelsome radicalism, indeed there would be reasons to believe that his warlikeness and philanthropic tenacity, coupled with a well-known verbal violence that occasionally manifested itself to his opponents, was born in that period, although afterwards there was the conversion that fromeskimo led him to the white doves, to multicolored flags, respect for others and the ultra-clean olive branch [you see WHO, WHO].

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His death sparked a chorus of praise exaggerated that we hardly find for other philanthropists especially from a certain fringe of the Catholic world who in the person of the seraphic Fra Enzo Fortunato can only praise him [See. WHO] and that with Don Vitaliano Della Sala can only be moved by his memory proposing him as is the beginning of faith for the unbelievers and for those who wish to discover God [See. WHO]. Instead for Peace of Christ, well-known association born Catholic and dead of the left, Gino Strada is a peacemaker [See. WHO].

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For charity, all opinions are legitimate and thoughts worthy of being expressed, yet dear Readers, I don't know about you, but to me the whole question is not convincing. And it is not convincing why these testimonial leading Catholics did not utter a word to the declarations of some time ago on “dark sides” and on “shady areas” of which she was unlawfully suspected, if not openly accused Mother Teresa of Calcutta [See. WHO, WHO] who - I may be allowed the pun - has undoubtedly made more road than Strada on the path of humanitarian and charitable works, so much to obtain in 1979 the Nobel Peace Prize which now they would like to give posthumously to the doctor of Emergency [See. WHO]. Unfortunately,, Mother Teresa had the unforgivable flaw of having been a Catholic nun, declared enemy of sin and secular atheism, as well as all those workhorses dear to the modern left which, on the one hand, speaks of peace, on the other, takes it away through sponsorship of abortion, of euthanasia and the meticulous dissolution of the natural family institution.

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Mother Teresa, without the substantial income of an NGO as Emergency - which for Afghanistan alone was able to benefit from 60 million euros in 10 year old [See. WHO] - has managed to bring peace and assistance to the suburbs of India. By placing herself as a disciple of Christ in rending health and social wars, just as scary and perverse as those fought by Emergency. With one important difference though, which many Catholics still deliberately ignore, what for Doctor Gino Strada ed Emergency it is secular philanthropy tanned in the spotlight, for the little Albanian nun it is hiding and heroicity of Charis in which grace made person is identified with Christ, Eucharistic bread that the Sisters of Charity adore daily and for a long time before approaching the poor, sick and marginalized. This is the fundamental difference between the Church and the Social Center, between charity and philanthropy, between Agape and Philia.

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The testament that Doctor Gino Strada leave the world is controversial and the burden of the Christian escapes pietas, as De André e would say, although many will try to make him fall into the ranks of the great Italians to be praised and idolized - as was done for the propagator of the right to abortion and euthanasia Emma Bonino [See. WHO] - we know that things are different and we reserve the right to disagree. Yes, let us tell you what we don't like, let us express our concerns, even in front of the praises of Doctor Gino Strada, allow us to do our own Austro-Hungarian mourning ceremonial by pronouncing a solemn "pardon- I don't know him - in front of that coffin, so that the fragility that opens up the possibility of redemption even in the last instant of life is recognized.

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Obviously the most staunch advocates of correctness and respect tout court they will argue that it is no longer the case to rant by bringing out the skeletons of the past of a deceased. Skeletons that, let us say, now we no longer find even inside the wardrobes because they are beautifully displayed in exhibitors and shown to everyone with Luciferian pride. And then, the left pacifondista and politically correct has for years cleaned up the real experience and therefore the biographies of many of their idol characters ...

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Such delicacy is undoubtedly understandable, and it is a kind of honor of arms to the one who has been defeated by death and who, as Jacopone da Todi admonishes in one of his lyrics, puts an end to all pride and ambitions: «When I'm happy, how tall, go to mind burying». However, this privilege is promptly denied when i company, to which Gino Strada has always looked with benevolence and inspiration, they must defeat their usual opponents. Then, in this case, they discover not only admirers of the past of those to whom they want to make fleas but rather they become interpreters and judges stigmatizing the sin of others, just as it has been so many times with regard to the Church and priests [See. WHO].

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In this case, no time is wasted to discredit the sacredness and senselessness of the Christian religion, bringing to light every slightest mistake or itchy scandal and concluding with Nietzsche that God is undoubtedly dead, as he has been singing for more than fifty years company Guccini. And if rightly of Benito Mussolini it is forbidden to say that, among the countless disasters as a dictator, he also did good things; of left-wing dictators only the good things remain. Oblivious of the disasters that this thought has wrought and which are many and such to those wrought by fascism with the difference of intellectual superiority that has distinguished them for several years.

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We even heard, ai vari talk show television, leftists committed to making fun of some politician who manifested certain Christian sentiments - sincere or insincere this is not known to us, not being able any of us to read the consciences of others - because guilty of being divorced and remarried. Unless you declare a few minutes later, in the rest of their speeches, that abortion is a great social achievement and euthanasia an act of "mercy", or by supporting the legitimacy of "marriage" between same-sex couples, all - I repeat - after having made a mockery of the opposition politician as ... divorced and remarried (!?).

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The death of Doctor Gino Strada it looks more like an apotheosis of the ancient Roman emperors, in which there is no shadow of sin and whose assumption to heaven is taken for granted. He, the man who did only good: Rome has spoken, Because over! He, the man who has been sanctified by a certain left who needs his own creed, of dogmas, liturgies and obviously of their own saints. And who should dare to make some criticism, to raise some doubts or perhaps to have a different opinion is undoubtedly a criminal, an enemy of peace, a bad person, numb and heartless, in short, a real piece of shit, lemma used several times by the Father of the Italian language: «[…] I saw a head so gross of shit», writes in Comedy the Supreme Poet Dante to indicate ruffians and seducers [See. Hell, 116].

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This is what happened to the columnist of the Unit, Fabrizio Rondolino than in one of his Tweet defines Emergency "An anti-Western political organization disguised as a walking hospital that must be isolated and boycotted" [See. WHO; WHO]. Rondolino is certainly not what today we could define a right-wing man or a baciapile; yet, he too was tightened to the ropes and isolated for touching the untouchable [See. WHO]. Well, everything seems normal to you? Enjoyable. And personally I want to raise my doubts, bring criticism, support the thesis ofThe Devil's Advocate. And I do it towards Doctor Gino Strada not as a deceased man to whom my prayers go, but to the public figure and media face of secularism towards which the right to criticism can and must be applied as we still live in a democratic country.

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Why a saint - even when he comes from secularism - he is forced to pass the proof of works, only in this way will he be able to grant the longed-for miracles, only in this way will its credibility be strengthened, otherwise he will only be a poor martyr as his friends from Bergamo use to say. And then we see these works by the surgeon Strada, let's analyze its virtues of Emergency. I would like to say that in the world and in Italy we have many doctors unknown to most who have not had the same luck of visibility and income but who have remained equally faithful to the Hippocratic oath. Doctors who we find saving lives in a provincial hospital ward, inside the guerrilla of the modern existential peripheries, with grueling shifts, unscrupulous and ethical colleagues, dilapidated and inadequate structures, with public health on the verge of disarray. Doctors who continue to be doctors in Italy, sacrificing families and children and who during their holidays stay for free in the clinics of Caritas in Rome or in those of the Opera San Francesco for the Poor in Milan. Which certainly do not perceive the prerogative of an experienced war surgeon, ie approx 3 thousand euros per month [See. WHO] but even here the estimates are confused in the vagueness of the income of Emergency [See. WHO].

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You will hardly find these doctors in the good living rooms of the TV, sitting on soft pillows of that politically correct of company Fabio Fazio. Men in white coats who do not have the patronage of a representative and wealthy NGO behind them, albeit against the war, in fact it survives thanks to the war and the misfortunes of others. Which reminds me very closely of the beautiful and meaningful film by Alberto Sordi del 1974: As long as there is war there is hope [See. WHO]. Doctor Gino Strada says «I am not a pacifist, I'm against wars ". Sure Doctor, she was able to wisely choose which wars to fight and which wars to avoid, within a calculated double standard that someone has had the goodness to detect [See. WHO] and which remains completely unknown to many of his colleagues who, on the verge of collapse, they have no alternative of choice. Either drink or drown. Or perhaps we have to conclude that to be considered true doctors it is necessary to board an NGO ship or serve in a war hospital.?

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Idealism is fine up to a certain point, I understand and encourage him in a 20-year-old but after that he risks the illusion of utopia that made Vauro Senesi affirm:

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«[…] today a utopian has died convinced that peace is a utopia achievable with will and passion. A dreamer who tried to practice dreams died today. Today a realist died, certain that peace cannot be built with weapons " [See. WHO].

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Utopia is such because it is unattainable and when man strives to make it happen, disasters happen. The same disasters of those who try to make God by presuming to eliminate poverty with their own strength, the death, the illness, war and suffering.

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Doctor Gino Strada has helped many people in the war territories it is true, but none the less his colleagues in Italy have done and are doing, saving women and children from abortion, terminally ill with a sweet euthanasia death, poor derelicts who cannot pay for a specialist who asks from 200 all 500 euro for a visit or a diagnostic test that cannot wait for six months on the waiting list to be completed.

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Let us also sanctify the works of Gino Strada and Emergency provided that with him there are also the names and surnames of many other unknown doctors, otherwise we risk propaganda and political visibility, which is why in the future Strada will still be idolized. Yet these things a philanthropist should flee from, but what do you want, there are no longer the philanthropists of the past.

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To those who speak inappropriately, indeed, completely out of charity, combining this word with a declared atheist, indicated by the Blessed Apostle Paul as the highest and most fundamental of the theological virtues [See. The Cor 13, 13], it would be enough to recall the stern warning of Jesus Christ:

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«[…] if you love those who love you, what reward have ye? Do not even the publicans? And if you greet only your brothers, what do ye more? Do not even the Gentiles? Be perfect as your heavenly Father is perfect " [See. Mt 5, 46-48].

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This explains the substantial difference which runs between philanthropism and ideological goodness and Christian charity, which is together with faith and hope, but which of all three is the most important. It is not an easy message for our army of confused Cattocomunists to understand, and we Fathers of The island of Patmos, in the exercise of our apostolic work, we will never stop spending ourselves, with all our human and spiritual strengths, to try to make it clear that even atheists do good philanthropism, whereas, the charity, only true Christians can do it.

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«Charity has no fictions: flee evil with horror, attach yourselves to the good " [RM 12, 9].

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Laconi, 16 August 2021

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20 thoughts on "Philanthropic goodness and charity. Faced with the death of Gino Strada we are called to pray, in front of his work, at his thought, leave us the right of criticism and doubt to his image of a secular face

  1. In any case, thank you for posting both the comment and the reply (certainly a little’ aggressive to uncomfortable ) something far from obvious in a world of Catholic blogs that make systematic censorship the most solid argument. Thanks again.

  2. There is a certain Catholicism that seems envious of people like Strada, and he must necessarily look for a way to dirty his life and intentions.
    Many doctors give their lives to save people, and a single doctor can save a few thousand. However, Strada had the organizational and visionary capacity necessary to save tens of thousands of them.
    And’ a charisma that he was able to use for good and not to earn enough to buy a yacht or a private plane, as others would have done.
    Now we can only be grateful to God who occasionally sends a Mother Teresa or a Gino Strada to earth, to compensate for the hatred and evil that we human beings produce.
    Exactly like Mother Teresa, even Strada was not perfect and objectively he will have made many mistakes. But he never backed down from the challenges of treating those who had no treatment.
    Since unfortunately not many similar people are born it would be appropriate, when they emerge, Christianly seek to thank God instead of reproaching him for having bestowed charisms and a good conscience even on some atheists.
    Unless you prefer those who use their skills for their own exclusive advantage.
    In the world. Zanchi , who writes “an atheist who spends his life to benefit others is equally inconsistent with his own beliefs” I'm just saying that fortunately some atheists are inconsistent, because evidently they are driven by an ethical energy that she, Mgr. Zanchi, does not know and under envy.

    1. The author of the article, Father Ivano Liguori, he spent years of his life in hospital wards, the priest from Arezzo Mons. Giovanni Zanchi assists a sick and seriously ill elderly person daily.

      She, which instead fires such poisonous judgments on people, in which section of the PD he confabulated, while we all worked in the field, at our expense and sacrifice, without any piddiot making us rain tens of millions of euros?

      And may God bless you!

      1. I also assist a disabled person at my almost total expense dear Father Ariel . Church assistance activities are funded by the Church , I don't think she buys the beds or rents the premises with her own money , but if you do it good, do it and it will all be worth a paradise.
        But Strada's activities cost money, and funding needed to be found , and the only tool is to advertise and knock everywhere.
        I don't discuss your charitable activities , I discuss wanting at all costs to look for the rotten in people who do good when they are not Catholics.
        And I discuss the absurd position of those who think that if an atheist does good then he must have some practical advantage or he is stupid.. You offend the charisms and the grace that God pours out (Luckily ) even to those who do not believe in him directly.

  3. Christianity is knowing by faith and reason that God exists? Also, but not only: "You believe that there is only one God? You are right; even the demons believe it and tremble!” (GC 2, 19). Christianity is doing good works in favor of others? Also, but not only: there are avowed atheists who go out of their way to help others, but “even if I distributed all my substances and gave my body to be burned, but have not love [that is, the love of God], nothing benefits me " (1Color 13, 3). A Christian who does not live coherently with his faith risks eternal damnation and scandalizes others; but - in principle – an atheist who spends his life to benefit others is equally inconsistent with his own beliefs, because if God really didn't exist, then man would be nothing more than matter, momentarily alive without a reason and destined to sink into nothingness after the death of the body; then, helping others in distress would be nothing more than delaying the fall into nothingness after bodily death; and to what purpose? Christianity is becoming like Jesus Christ, that is, son of God the Father by the power of the Holy Spirit, to die for Christ to sin and to rise with Christ to new life: that is, during this earthly life to think, to want and act like the incarnate Word, then overcome death and live eternally in God, first glorified in the soul and then after the final resurrection also with one's own glorified body. Christianity is therefore the only possibility given to men to overcome death and live happily ever after.

    1. Thank you Monsignor for these words of yours. And’ a precious catechism lesson to meditate on every day, maybe even doing an examination of conscience. At last, if you allow me the expression, the concluding sentences are a splendid open window on what the Creed defines “the life of the world to come”.

  4. Dear fathers.
    While admitting that he does not fully know the events and history of Gino Strada, I wanted to ask.. he could not fit into that ranks of “anonymous Christians” theorized by Karl Rahner? Said in other terms, the famous Gospel passage from “I was hungry, and you gave me food, etc.” It assumes who is feeding, to drink, etc. must necessarily have faith in Christ? I understand that it is a complex and controversial issue, however, in my humble opinion, Rahner's intuition about anonymous Christians is not entirely to be rejected. Otherwise it should be concluded that doing good, do good, is the exclusive prerogative of believers, but we all know that's not the case. I know believers (at least, so they define themselves) all rosaries and holy masses, but totally devoid of fraternal charity. To quote the Gospel: “not who says: Lord! Lord! He will enter the Kingdom of Heaven ..”

    1. When the “charity” becomes system, becomes an organization to produce a “well”, then it is no longer such, at least not in the sense pursued in the Gospel. I have always been wary of the various NGOs, ONLUS, etc., which I have always seen as forms of soulless welfare, who are self-satisfied with the work done more than the effects possibly produced, and “quasi” never free from more petty secondary interests or very often priority over the declared claims.
      If there was any good in the concept of “anonymous Christians” ie Rahner, I would see this perfectly painted in the episode that Our Lord tells us in the parable of the Good Samaritan, who does not seek an opportunity to stand out… he simply follows the good that his soul suggests he do in that instant, one among many, of his daily life… of, Yes “anonymous”, compared to those who could boast of being a priest, a levite. Yet it is the only one that, without looking for it, he distinguished himself among the three as a man of God.
      Now, who seems to her closest to the attitude of the Samaritan? Those who systematically “they produce charity” or those who make an effort in the face of the circumstances of life, as far as they can, to take a charitable attitude?
      With this thought of mine I do not want to deny at all that there are people with sincere good intentions, among those who are part of these organizations.

      I take this opportunity to thank Father Ivano for the beautiful and illuminating reflection.

    2. Dear Andrea,

      I answer you to tell you that Father Ivano had prepared an articulated answer to your question. But when we read it in the editorial office, we took the liberty of suggesting that he publish an article on the delicate topic you touched upon “anonymous Christians”, which is a bold and nebulous hypothesis of the German Jesuit theologian Karl Rahner.

      Several times it happened that different readers, with their questions, have inspired the Fathers of the articles.
      In this case, she was the inspiration and we are grateful to her.

    3. Mr. Andrea, his statement is one of the hackneyed clichés that continually reappear on the horizon without ever showing signs of fatigue . I refer to the topos of “those who go to mass and say the rosary and then as for Christian charity,….”.
      Meanwhile, you who really know what is in the depths of people's hearts, their anxieties, worries and problems? Then there is the basic idea that if one goes to the mess, Please, says the rosary, in short, he is a convinced Christian so he must suddenly become I don't know which saint. Almost as if a Christian is remote controlled and must move like a programmed robot. Indeed, when one “goes to church, at mass , pray and say the rosary” it is only at the beginning, and so every day. A struggle against oneself and one's own internal and external harshness, that prayer, however, gradually softens and smoothes. Try it and you will understand, these are not things you learn with theory. You have to live them and you have to do them. How much patience the Lord really has with us, SA?

      As for the bizarre idea of “anonymous Christians” (for Rahner the Taliban would be too, not just atheists”) it can be said that it was Rahner's ego manifestation of wanting to appear at all costs as a genius in the eyes of his colleagues, of course always seen as inferior. All disguised as an anthropological-transcendental philosophy (Kant e Hegel) that nobody really understands, let alone him (try to read it and tell me if you can do anything about it, a powder’ as for modern art, woe to say that they are scribbles and shit, you pass by…

      1. Gentile sig. Alexander, it is not commonplace for me, but direct experience lived on my skin. People who said the rosary and went to mass all their lives, but remained as they are. Not to mention my father, became anticlerical following years of college, where the rosary was said every day and went to mass, but for everything else, calling it a hellish place is an understatement. Instead, knew how much good I have received from people who barely know how to make the sign of the cross. Therefore, be careful to do the Pharisees de’ noantri, “I pay the tenth, I go to the temple ..”

  5. “Jesus brings him back to earthly life and shows him the way to inherit eternal life, that is, concrete love for one's neighbor… Jesus changes the perspective: invites him not to think about securing the afterlife, but to give everything in earthly life, thus imitating the Lord…”
    If the words above and spoken by an authoritative pastor of the Church are true, Gino Strada should be in heaven.

    1. Mr. Lorenzo, Pope Francis says “concrete love for one's neighbor” and it means selfless love. And this is where the whole point of the matter lies. Mother Teresa felt annoyed and horrified by the media hype about her, Gino Strada was constantly looking for him to the point of seriously using exasperated slogans for their own sake (I remember “war must be abolished” …then, to surprise, to say disconsolately that even Emergency still benefited from the war because it made them work; in conclusion, what he wanted in the end? Why not just work in silence? A little’ of balance, it takes a cool head and a spirit of self-denial , also and above all in the humanitarian field where we work in a team and emotions are strong and can play tricks.)

      1. No love is selfless:
        – there are those who love to go to heaven,
        – there are those who love for personal gain,
        – there are those who love to please the world.
        Invite someone “not to think about securing the afterlife, but to give everything in earthly life”, it is an anti-evangelical message that justifies Gino Strada's behavior.

      2. One can only fully agree with such a well-articulated and well-argued factual exposition

  6. BOOK SIXTH. I can not alas ( and I feel guilty) to remove some of my doubts about Gino Strada that I had even when he was alive. A complex picture between sincere altruism and political and personal opportunism, his. But it is true that God forbids us to judge our neighbor morally. We just have to pray for him knowing full well that Jesus in the parable made everyone understand and for the good of all of us that whoever collects merit and applause on this Earth does not necessarily expect to find the same welcome with him..
    I believe this is the right fear of God that helps us to enter Heaven with humility and hope

    1. Dear Alessandro,

      your answer gives me the opportunity for a necessary clarification. There are doubts about Dr. Gino Strada. It is certainly not you and I who highlight them but illustrious politicians, military, intelligence men, investigative journalists etc..

      Several have found a clear swing between altruism and political opportunism and personal visibility. What, the rest, which characterizes many NGOs including Emergency, which certainly does not stand out among the most discreet and invisible.

      As for the discourse on the judgment of God, I will immediately indicate a key to the reading. Judging for Sacred Scripture means presuming to know the heart in depth enough to formulate an intimate and personal judgment.. We know that man cannot and must not do this because he is not God. Instead, we can correct the one who errs, admonishing him to repent.

      In the case of Dr. Gino Strada many things would have been the object of a warning and they would have been for the very fact that these things were flaunted with pride., not least his often aggressive verve against his opponents and towards Italy.

      I don't know her, but personally I would expect a different pro-social action from a philanthropist, without political coloring, ideology of sorts or broken passion, something that the deceased doctor has never denied or from which he has repented.

      The rest, even the devil when he's old, he becomes a monk.

      1. Thanks Father Ivano,

        objective article. Nothing to complain. I share every word.

        I don't judge Gino Strada but the 68 yes and I was there. The 68 it was a great maneuver of the Freemason oligarchs that made the most vulgar communism flourish in the minds of arrogant undisciplined, intolerant to order and rules and mainly to God and the Catholic religion, masking the atheism and disintegration of the society they tended to, with slogan of pecoreccio enlightenment. So the 1968 people felt they were children of the state, as they wanted it for everyone, and not children of God. To attack society and institutions, they flagged the exception to destroy the generality. The sixty-eight would never be able to share ideas so harmful that the black Masonic hand slipped, among so many inconclusive ambitions, without many hallucinogens, which were made to flow to the river accompanied by fatigue chronic and wanting other people's stuff without giving one's own to others. Brainy people who without the illicit sponsorships of those who wanted to subvert and subvert the rules without having the right and without the consent of others, he wouldn't shit a spider out of the hole with his own strength.

        But Mother Teresa was alone but with God. Mother Teresa worked only with God. Mother Teresa did not sell God, he has not disowned him, Mother Teresa showed everyone the courage of faith. He did everything as a poor Albanian. He worked for God. At the superficial the positions appear the same. But is not so. Mother Teresa abhorred what God does not want.

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