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Francis: God has chosen us and never abandons us

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Published on Jun 25, 2013

Being Christian is a response to the voice of love, to a call to become children of God. This was the central theme of Pope Francis' remarks at Mass on Tuesday morning. Pope Francis focused his homily on the first reading of the day, tracing the relationship between God and Abram, stating that the Lord never abandons us and asks us to move forward, even in the midst of trouble, and to be at peace with our brothers. "God accompanies us, God calls us by name, God promises [there will be] a line of heirs. This is something of 'the surety of the Christian. It is not a coincidence, it is a call - a call that keeps us going. Being a Christian is a call of love, friendship, a call to become a child of God, b ...

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