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Letting the wolves attack the flock

By on February 4, 2021

We need to enter the darkness, the night in which so many of our brothers live. We need to be able to make contact with them and let them feel our closeness, without letting ourselves be wrapped up in that darkness and influenced by it. Caring for outcasts and sinners does not mean letting the wolves attack the flock. It means trying to reach everyone by sharing experience of mercy.
– Pope Francis, The Name of God Is Mercy

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