Before the September 16 Angelus, Pope Francis delivered a counterfactual exegesis of the Gospel passage where Christ asks his disciples who he is and first wants to know what the people think of him …
@Radulf: The "liberals" forget that their sophisms can also be used against them. Remember the "liberal" sentence: "There is no truth". Well, if "there is no truth", the sentence "there is no truth" cannot be true.
Off topic: Il Messagero reported that illegal immigrants (i.e those who entered Italy clandestinely) who live at the this centre, were excluded from this lunch with Pope Francis for security reasons.
Dogmatic formulae don't guarantee understanding of the dogma. They provide a starting point that cannot be contradicted. There can be different formulations of the same mystery unless they are so ambiguous that they permit contraditions of the dogma.
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