Sunday, May 22, 2005

" Our lost pope of peace"

I've been reading Nathan Ael over on The Power of Christ compels me. His entries are strangely compelling. Here's one:

Our Lost Pope of Peace

"It is by uniting his own sufferings for the sake of truth and freedom to the sufferings of Christ on the Cross, that man is able to accomplish the miracle of peace and is in a position to discern the often narrow path between the cowardice which gives in to evil and the violence, which under the illusion of fighting evil, only makes it worse."
- John Paul the Great in Centesimus Annus

History will look back at JPtG, and weep.

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