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Catequesis sobre las parábolas de Jesús: La parábola del publicano y el fariseo

Authored by Msgr. Paul J. Watson in Issue #29.1 of The Sower
En esta serie de artículos sobre las parábolas, hemos buscado implementar los principios de la interpretación de las Escrituras que se delinean en el Catecismo de la Iglesia Católica (CIC 109-119). Se ha elegido para esta edición de The Sower la parábola del fariseo y el publicano. La Biblia de Jerusalén ofrece dos referencias cruzadas en el Antiguo Testamento: Proverbios 21,2: “Al hombre le parecen rectos todos sus caminos, pero es Yahveh quien pesa los corazones”, y Proverbios 28,13: “Al que encubre sus faltas, no le saldrá bien; el que las confiesa y abandona, obtendrá piedad.” El Catecismo también recoge los mismos dos temas en referencia a esta parábola – el párrafo 2559 habla de la virtud de la humildad en la oración, mientras que el párrafo 2613 enfoca la actitud básica [que se debe de tener en] oración para pedir la misericordia de Dios.

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