BENEDICT XVI: AUDIENCE, "WHEN WE TALK IN TRUTH, CONTROVERSIES DISAPPEAR"

” ” ” “"When one talks in the light of the truth, the truth enlightens everyone, controversies disappear, one can get close to each other".” “It was said by the Pope in the catechesis during today’s general audience dedicated to the "mysterious" figure of the Pseudo-Dyonisus Aeropagyte, the member of the Council of the Aeropagus that Saint Peter met in his visit to Athens, whose writings date back to the early VI century. "Dialogue – warned Benedict XVI – is not born of superficiality: when one gets into the depth of the meeting with Christ, the wide space of dialogue opens up". "If we go the way of the humble experience of the faith, day after day, the heart becomes big and can even enlighten reason": this is the wish expressed by Benedict XVI at the end of the catechesis in front of about 18 thousand devotees. The Holy Father ended with the exhortation to "put the wisdom of our times at the service of the Gospel", following Dyonisus’s example, "thus finding again the beauty of faith, the meeting with God in Christ". (continued)

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