Many people have praised Pope Francis’ “merciful” and “inclusive” approach, which I certainly appreciate. But we must be careful not to receive the message of divine mercy as tantamount to a denial of the reality of sin.
Bishop Barron on Pope Francis and Mercy
by Bishop Robert BarronOctober 22, 2015
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