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    • Jan
    • 14.03.13 | 12:40 (IST)

    "This synagogue we re aware of the fact that people on the way. We must look to Him and let Him look to examine our hearts in His presence and ask if we walk without reproach. " These words - reported by Vatican Radio - Saturday, 8 September that Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, Archbishop of Buenos Aires, has pronounced during the religious ceremony that took place at the synagogue Benei Tikva Slijot the Argentine capital. During his visit on the occasion of the Jewish New Year ( Rosh Hashanah ), the cardinal invited all present to make the mistakes and sins "in front of the eyes of God, the Lord is forgiving and patient." "We must do so with confidence - said the Primate of Argentina - knowing that His faithfulness involves an infinite tenderness: though your sins are scarlet shall be white as snow." ... clonline.org/Art_dett.asp?testo=+Bergoglio+&image.x=22&operatore=AND&image.y=6&ID=20071040

    from the article: New pope said to have good ties with Argentinian Jews
    First published 05:54 14.03.13 | Last updated 05:54 14.03.13
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