martedì 22 novembre 2016

Rome Reports
WHAT IS AN APOSTOLIC LETTER? An apostolic letter is a document of papal magisterium, less solemn than an encyclical, but of great importance. John Paul II published one after closing the Jubilee year in 2000. In the letter, the pope combines the greatest lines of the Jubilee and explanations so that these intense months are not reduced to a mere "theory of mercy."
WHAT DOES "MISERICORDIA ET MISERA" MEAN? The title translates to "Mercy and Misery." St. Augustine used this expression to remember the scene of the Gospel in which they wanted to stone an adulterous woman and Jesus forgives her.
(es) 7 claves para comprender la Carta Apostólica “Misericordia et Misera”