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Pope’s 3-word prayer and when to say it in Advent

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In order to be attentive to Jesus’ work in us, we need to train ourselves to watch for him.

Earlier this week, Pope Francis used Twitter to recommend a simple Advent prayer.

 

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Pope’s 3-word prayer and when to say it in Advent

 

On December 3, he’s offered new advice through the social media platform, this time on how to recognize God’s work in our lives.

The Holy Father suggested that it requires practice — or training — to recognize Jesus’ presence in our days.

And, as he’s noted on other occasions, we have to first be aware of our deep need for the Lord.

 

He said:

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The pope has often reiterated how necessary it is to understand our condition as sinners in need of the Savior.

 

In a homily earlier this year, the Holy Father stressed John’s assertion that “if we say we are without sin, we deceive ourselves.” Here, he warned,

 

there is something that deceives us: to say ‘we’re all sinners,’ like saying ‘good morning’ or ‘have a nice day’ — a habit, even a social [norm], and with this, we don’t have a real awareness of sin. No. I’m a sinner because of this [sin], this, and this. Concrete.

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Raphael Benedict

Raphael Benedict is a Catholic who wants nothing but to spread the catholic faith to reach the ends of the world. Make this possible by always sharing any article or prayers posted on your social media platforms. Remain blessed

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