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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Redemptor Hominis. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Redemptor Hominis, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Redemptor Hominis. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Redemptor Hominis, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 206: Redemptor Hominis Part 5

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May 20 2019 · 27mins
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Episode 205: Redemptor Hominis Part 4

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May 13 2019 · 27mins

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Episode 203: Redemptor Hominis Part 2

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Novena 2 Jesus, Redeemer of Man –Day 9- Pope John Paul II's encyclical Redemptor Hominis - Totus2us

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Day 9, Novena - The Redeemer of Man. Quotes from Pope John Paul II's encyclical, Redemptor Hominis: "We can say that the mystery of the Redemption took shape beneath the heart of the Virgin of Nazareth when she pronounced her "fiat". From then on, under the special influence of the Holy Spirit, this heart, the heart of both a virgin and a mother, has always followed the work of her Son and has gone out to all those whom Christ has embraced and continues to embrace with inexhaustible love. For that reason her heart must also have the inexhaustibility of a mother. The special characteristic of the motherly love that the Mother of God inserts in the mystery of the Redemption and the life of the Church finds expression in its exceptional closeness to man and all that happens to him. It is in this that the mystery of the Mother consists. The Church, which looks to her with altogether special love and hope, wishes to make this mystery her own in an ever deeper manner. For in this the Church also recognizes the way for her daily life, which is each person. The Father's eternal love, which has been manifested in the history of mankind through the Son whom the Father gave, "that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life", comes close to each of us through this Mother and thus takes on tokens that are of more easy understanding and access by each person. Consequently, Mary must be on all the ways for the Church's daily life. Through her maternal presence the Church acquires certainty that she is truly living the life of her Master and Lord and that she is living the mystery of the Redemption in all its life-giving profundity and fullness. Likewise the Church, which has struck root in many varied fields of the life of the whole of present-day humanity, also acquires the certainty and, one could say, the experience of being close to man, to each person, of being each person's Church, the Church of the People of God." Prayer: O Lord Jesus Christ, keep us in your love. Let us hear your voice and believe what you say, for you alone have the words of life. Teach us how to profess our faith, bestow our love and impart our hope to others. Make us convincing witnesses to your Gospel in a world so much in need of your saving grace. Make us the new people of the Beatitudes, that we may be the salt of the earth and the light of the world at the beginning of the 3rd Christian millennium. Amen. Mary, Mother of Christ and of the Church, pray for us. Music by Fr Stan Fortuna CFR. Visit Totus2us.com for more info.
Mar 12 2011 · 24mins

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Novena 2 Jesus, Redeemer of Man –Day 6- Pope John Paul II's encyclical Redemptor Hominis - Totus2us

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Day 6, Novena - The Redeemer of Man. Quotes from Pope John Paul II's encyclical, Redemptor Hominis: "These rights are rightly reckoned to include the right to religious freedom together with the right to freedom of conscience. The Second Vatican Council considered especially necessary the preparation of a fairly long declaration on this subject. This is the document called Dignitatis Humanae, in which is expressed not only the theological concept of the question but also the concept reached from the point of view of natural law, that is to say from the "purely human" position, on the basis of the premises given by man's own experience, his reason and his sense of human dignity. Certainly the curtailment of the religious freedom of individuals and communities is not only a painful experience but it is above all an attack on man's very dignity, independently of the religion professed or of the concept of the world which these individuals and communities have. The curtailment and violation of religious freedom are in contrast with man's dignity and his objective rights. The Council document mentioned above states clearly enough what that curtailment or violation of religious freedom is. In this case we are undoubtedly confronted with a radical injustice with regard to what is particularly deep within man, what is authentically human. Indeed, even the phenomenon of unbelief, a-religiousness and atheism, as a human phenomenon, is understood only in relation to the phenomenon of religion and faith. It is therefore difficult, even from a "purely human" point of view, to accept a position that gives only atheism the right of citizenship in public and social life, while believers are, as though by principle, barely tolerated or are treated as second-class citizens or are even-and this has already happened- entirely deprived of the rights of citizenship." Prayer: O Lord Jesus Christ, keep us in your love. Let us hear your voice and believe what you say, for you alone have the words of life. Teach us how to profess our faith, bestow our love and impart our hope to others. Make us convincing witnesses to your Gospel in a world so much in need of your saving grace. Make us the new people of the Beatitudes, that we may be the salt of the earth and the light of the world at the beginning of the 3rd Christian millennium. Amen. Mary, Mother of Christ and of the Church, pray for us. Music by Fr Stan Fortuna CFR. Visit Totus2us.com for more info.
Mar 09 2011 · 24mins