In an interview with Spanish newspaper El Mundo, Fr Arturo Sosa said: “Christians believe that we are made in the image and likeness of God, and God is free, but He always chooses to do good because …More
In an interview with Spanish newspaper El Mundo, Fr Arturo Sosa said: “Christians believe that we are made in the image and likeness of God, and God is free, but He always chooses to do good because He is all goodness.
“We have formed symbolic figures such as the devil to express evil. Social conditioning can also represent this figure, since there are people who act [in an evil way] because they are in an environment where it is difficult to act to the contrary.”
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Superior-General of the Society of Jesus: The "devil" doesn't exist, just a mental construction to …

We invent names to represent evil, malice, or idiocy. Such as "devil". Or "Jesuit Superior General". From Spanish daily El Mundo, via the Catholic …
Roberto 55
In catholic church, he should be excommunicated...
ndhorner
Not the first Jesuit that I have heard say that. Doesn't this in itself make these particular people (not the order itself) heretics?
mmeharriet
This man is not Catholic. He is a priest of a man-created religion that evolved out of the modernist heresies of Vatican II. Our Lady of Good Success warned us of these!