Pope Benedict XVI says that Catholics should be delighted whenever non-Catholics do what is good or embrace what is true.
“Members of the Church should not feel jealousy, but rejoice if someone from outside the community does good in the name of Christ, provided this is done with right intention and with respect,” he said during his Sept. 30 Angelus address at Castel Gandolfo.
The Pope was reflecting on the Sunday Gospel, as recorded by St. Mark, in which “a man, who was not the follower of Jesus, had cast out demons in his name.
“The apostle John, young and zealous, wants to stop him, but Jesus will not allow him.”
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