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Blessed is Our Nothingness, Because it can be Filled with The Spirit

Father Reto Preaches
Father Reto Nay 28th of March 2011 Lenten Retreat in Wroclaw, Poland Fifth homily Wroclaw - 2011

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MariaBarbara
Swiat ktorego nie powinnismy kochac to ta negatywna strona zycia (w perspektywie chrzescianskiej), tzn, uzywac posiadlosci i umiejetnosci, w sposob egoistyczny, jako gwarancje zycia albo narzedzia do krzywdzenia innych. i zycie zmyslowe, kierujace sie zadowoleniem kaprysow ciala. Uczy Ewangielia ze cialo jest przeciwne duszy.
Napewno znajdzie sie ktos kto sprecyzuje to lepiej.
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Buziak
a co to jest świat wg.Nowego Testamentu?
MAircchhaanłoł
nowy testament zabrania kochać świat!
zdobywca
jak sie nazywa ta tlumaczka, chetnie bym ją poznal. Pisać na stachu_mistrzu@op.pl
AK
+Thanking God again for your sharing the recollections with us. Helps to know to cherish that desolation feeling. Sounds like monastic wisdom. Quite a challenge to be both clever yet more simple. I have to remember God's wisdom surpasses all human wisdom - especially as the sheer volume of knowledge can be distracting from obedience. The simpler the better. Thank God for scholars who can distill the wisdom of God for us. May God reward you.
RomanCandle
Sama's interception of the Grignion de Montfort saying
“pour un oeuf elle donne un boeuf” was a delight to see
as was Fr Reto's supplementary “bovine image” for Sama.
Te Deum
I really enjoy listening to you, dear Father Reto.
Thank you very much.
irenaeus
Beautiful talk. MaMaLuJa :)
Holy Cannoli
Dear Fr. Nay,

Certain oratorical tools can be utilized at an informal setting that may not be appropriate for Mass. During this retreat you exhibited a very relaxed, conversational, animated, humorous demeanor while still presenting an important and interesting message. Although many topics were discussed, the basic theme referring to the Gospels and, in particular, the words of Christ was an excellent idea and ought to be repeated each Sunday by every Christian preacher.

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