Lent; Time for Traditional Catholic Mercy For a Morally Sick World
Another good one from TCP.

"...there are two types of compassion.  One can be moved with compassion on seeing a skinny dog eating garbage.  And that compassion is good, but only natural.  The other is being moved by seeing people suffer from living sinful lives. This is spiritual compassion where the spiritual symptoms and causes of suffering are addressed and eliminated."

"So a good pope, a good bishop, a good priest, a good religious, a good teacher, a good parent, a good brother, a good grandparent, a good godparent and a good friend is going to help the soul of all those who are under their care.  This is what it means to be a good shepherd to the sheep who are without a shepherd.  And then they go on to deal with the temporal needs of those around them."


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