To outside observers, the Christian faith might appear somewhat nebulous. But Pope Francis on January 7, 2019, explained just how “concrete” Christianity is.
His remarks came in his homily at Mass at Casa Santa Marta in the Vatican, reported by Vatican News.
The Pope said that God became “concrete, born of a concrete woman, lived a concrete life, died a concrete death, and asks us to love concrete brothers and sisters”. He pointed out that God’s commandments are “concrete” – and that makes concreteness the “criterion” of Christianity.
As for the saint, they are “madmen of concreteness”, who help us walk on this

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