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Pope continues his series of catecheses on the Letter to the Galatians

Bear one another’s burdens

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05 November 2021
“When we are tempted to judge others badly”, we must firstly “reflect on our weaknesses” and “bear each other’s difficulties” and burdens, Pope Francis stressed this at the General Audience on Wednesday morning, 3 November, as he continued his series of catecheses on the Letter to the Galatians, addressing the importance of walking according to the Holy Spirit. The following is a translation of the Holy Father’s words which he shared in Italian with the faithful gathered in the Paul vi Hall. Dear Brothers and Sisters, Good morning! In the passage from the Letter to the Galatians we have just heard, Saint Paul exhorts Christians to walk according to the Holy Spirit (cf. 5:16, 25), there is a style: to walk according to the Holy Spirit. In effect, to believe in Jesus means to follow him, to go behind him along his way, just as the first ...

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