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The Church, a pluralistic but also supportive community

Monday April 24, 2023

Theme: "The Church, a pluralistic but also supportive community" Text: Galatians 3:27-29

27. All of you who have been baptized into Christ have put on Christ. 28. There is no longer either Jew or Greek, there is no longer either slave or free, there is no longer either male or female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus. 29. And if you are Christ's, then you are Abraham's seed, heirs according to the promise.

Let's remember:

The church is a pluralistic but also supportive community. It is based on the individual person who accepts to follow Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Saviour. The extension of personal faith joins with that of those around him to form the basic cell of the church: the family. The church is truly a pluralistic community since it admits the coexistence of people of various socio-cultural origins within it. It recognizes and accepts the diversity of opinions and their representatives even if it is made up of dogmas or guidelines that should not be broken. Furthermore, the church is also a supportive community in that its members are bound by common responsibility and interests. Within the church and the body of Christ, the members are united; they depend on each other, so they work together. By sharing the same faith, by having the same lord and savior, by aspiring to the same destiny which is eternal life, the church is therefore united. Despite its pluralistic notion, the church offers the same baptism to all its members; which amplifies its solidarity character. Likewise, the church draws its source from a single ancestor: Abraham. Thus, we are several, each person comes with their mood, their tastes, their ambitions, their feelings in short, the most important thing is to be in solidarity with each other. Excellent Monday. Amen Alain Louz.-

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