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La gracia transformante en el corazón del catequista, 2ª Parte

Authored by Fr. Richard Cash in Issue #30.3 of The Sower
En la última edición de The Sower, el Padre Cash escribió acerca del encuentro personal esencial con Jesucristo como esencial para que los catequistas sean testigos auténticos de la gracia transformante que Jesús quiere compartir con todos los bautizados. En este artículo, explica los obstáculos que pueden bloquear el crecimiento en esa gracia transformante. La fe no es solamente una manera para conocer, sino que es un don del Espíritu Santo que nos transforma como seres humanos. Penetramos en una profunda experiencia personal del conocimiento de Jesucristo. Y esa fe transforma nuestras vidas. Lo conozco a Él, y ya que me ha perdonado mis pecados, mi vida es transformada, así como la vida de todo cristiano es transformada por el conocimiento insuperable de Cristo. Entonces, ¿por qué será que no todos los cristianos tengan esta experiencia?

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