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Wisdom: antidote to cancer of the emotions of priests and lay people
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E’ a video that reminds me of the paradox of the paragraph 22, as’ reformulated:
“To a lay Catholic e’ allowed to disagree with my thesis, but whoever dissents from my theses is not’ a lay Catholic.”
First of all thank you for this lectio,
listening to it, I considered the fact that the criterion of emotion as a yardstick on reality does not only concern the Church and the people of God but more generally modern man; correct me if i'm wrong, but all this is not the son of the dictatorship of ethical relativism? He wants to bring back the thought of Benedict XVI “‘Have a clear faith, based on the Creed of the Church, It is often labeled as fundamentalism. Whereas relativism, that is letting oneself be carried here and there by any wind of doctrine, It seems the only attitude that can cope with modern times. A dictatorship of relativism is being created that recognizes nothing as definitive and that leaves only its own self and its desires as the last measure '. When she talks about “go where your little heart takes you” refers to an aspect of ethical relativism? Or is it something different?
So is, Unfortunately.
And Benedict XVI had explained it well in advance.