Leyendo en PCI

Veo en el final de un comentario acerca de una posible carta de Roma para los obispos argentinos.
También alentar a los fieles a que sigan informando a los obispos y a las instancias superiores de la Jerarquía eclesiástica los casos de abusos litúrgicos, conforme al mandato de la antecitada Instrucción de la Santa Sede, y según el espíritu que el Santo Padre quiere transmitir a todos nosotros, a saber; observancia de la dignidad y sacralidad de la liturgia.
Viene de este artículo...www.panodigital.com/Art... Me parece bien que los abusos sean publicados y denunciados ante el obispo, no me cabe la menor duda, pero... (siempre hay un pero) ¿Que pasa con la apatía, o las pequeñas "licencias", o los sermones conciliadores (siempre), o la confesión sin penitencia, o tantos otros etcéteras que no llegan a tanto pero que hacen difícil la caridad?
Ya se que a veces parecemos quejosos acerca de este tema y sobre todo poco caritativos (no solo parecemos, es verdad), pero este tipo de instancias son el vehículo para pedirle a la Iglesia que de vez en cuando nos den un poco con un caño, nos hace falta. Prometo, para todo el 2005 (me reservo el 2006) no hablar más del tema. :-)

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  1. Sobre lo de confesi�n sin penitencia:

    There is, however, another aspect to the easy penances that are so easy to frown upon: trust in the priest, trust in God, and humility about one's own ability truly to be penitent for sins. At my first confession, having laid out many years' sins and having no idea what to expect, my wise confessor explained it to me clearly: the grace has been won for us by Christ; our own penances cannot atone for our sins. It is supremely important to trust the priest who gives the penance, for no penance is enough to make amends for our sins, so, he said, do not fall into the practice of assigning yourself extra penances, which come more from pride than from authentic piety. I have always followed this advice, and it is truly a relief and constant comfort not to second guess the effectual adequacy of those penances I am given, even if I can objectively notice when they are ineffectual or unhelpful. Through easy penances we can be reminded that, next to our Lord, we are but children: the burden he carries for us, we could never carry, and the small parcel we are asked to carry as a token and reminder is just that. Too onerous of a penance could mistakenly lead us to think that we have paid for our errors; this would be a grave error. For though we must be made to take our multitude sins and wickednesses seriously, far more necessary is it that we throw ourselves at the feet of Christ, begging him for His infinite mercy: if He had not answered His own judgment, we could not stand.

    Penitence and Trust

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