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saltandlighttv 6 Oct 15
Synod15: Press Briefing Oct. 6th | Fr. Rosica Speaks on Synod Delegates, The Need to Embrace People Where They Are
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Cardinal Napier
"Meet people where they are" sounds nice, but is that what Jesus did? Didn't he rather call them away from where they were?
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Cardinal Napier 11 Oct 15
Replying to @saltandlighttv
Really surprised to learn this is interpreted as a reprimand of Fr Tom Rosica. Nothing could have been further from my mind!
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Cardinal Napier 11 Oct 15
Replying to @saltandlighttv
I was commenting on the expression & building on it. Secondly it's not even Fr Tom's thought. He was quoting a Synod Father!
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Chris Barbash was right Rawlings כריס רולינגס 8 Oct 15
The Church must enter broken lives. But it enters there only to transform, not remain
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Gianfranco Acquistap 🇮🇹 8 Oct 15
Replying to @CardinalNapier
It depends: it can also mean nothing. ....
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Gianfranco Acquistap 🇮🇹 8 Oct 15
Replying to @CardinalNapier
.... Jesus called to Him: "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened ...." (Matthew 11, 28)
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Dan Goddu 8 Oct 15
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MB 8 Oct 15
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Dominie Mary Stemp ✝️🇪🇸👩🏻‍🍳🍏 8 Oct 15
@RyanFitz1111 God Bless Cardinal Napier!!!!
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Gwen Linde 8 Oct 15
Amen, Cardinal Napier! He meets me where I am, but he sure doesn't want me to stay like this.
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Mark Brumley 8 Oct 15
the expression is ambiguous. The tranformation of conversion is not clear from it Thanks for the correction!
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