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«EXCCE AGNUS DEI». RECOGNIZING JESUS THE BAPTIST OPENS THE DOORS TO THE MYSTERY OF GOD AND THE MYSTERY OF OURSELVES
Acknowledging Jesus with this statement, John the Baptist opens up the mystery of God and the mystery of ourselves and guides us to discover God to gradually discover the mystery of man enclosed within ourselves.
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A step foundation of the Gospel of Blessed John the Evangelist narrates:
"The day after, John seeing Jesus coming towards him said: “Here is the lamb of God, behold the one who takes away the sin of the world! Here is the one of whom I spoke: After me comes a man who has passed me, because it was before me. I didn't know him, but I came to baptize with water so that he might be made known to Israel”. John testified by saying: “I saw the Spirit come down like a dove from heaven and land on him. I didn't know him, but the one who sent me to baptize with water told me: The man upon whom you will see the Spirit descend and remain is the one who baptizes in the Holy Spirit. And I saw and testified that this is the Son of God”» [GV 1, 29-34].
Recognizing Jesus with this affirmation the Baptist opens up the mystery of God and the mystery of ourselves, guiding us to discover God to gradually discover the mystery of man enclosed within ourselves.
Father Gabriele and Sister Angelika await you for a catechesis entirely dedicated to the Lamb of God broadcast in the first one live the 2023 the 12 January 2023 at hours hours 21.00.
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