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San Pablo y la gracia de sufrimiento

Authored by Brian Pizzalato in Issue #30.1 of The Sower
San Paul nos puede ayudar a comprender cómo sufrimiento puede ser una gracia. ¿Dos preguntas han plagado las mentes de cristianos y no cristianos semejantes: por qué sufre allí? ¿Por qué permite Dios sufrimiento? En S. Las escrituras de Paul que encontramos penetraciones profundas en el significado de sufrimiento. Papa John Paul II explica por qué el S. Paul escribe tanto en sufrimiento: ‘El apóstol comparte su propio descubrimiento y rejoices en ello a causa de todo ésos quien lo puede ayudar – así como lo ayudó – comprender el salvific que significa de sufrimiento’ (Salvifici Doloris, 1).

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