VATICAN CITY — In his Tuesday daily homily, Pope Francis recalled how God formed man with his own hand and emphasized that God is a Father who seeks to console his children rather than hurt them.
“Jesus, God, has taken his wounds with him: He makes them visible to the Father. This is the price: The hands of God are hands blistered by love. And this consoles us much,” the Pope stated during a Nov. 12 homily at his daily Mass in the Vatican’s St. Martha guesthouse.
Focusing his words on the day’s reading from the Book of Wisdom, describing how God created man by hand out of the dirt of the earth, the Pope said that “God has created man for incorruptibility,” but that, “by the devil’s...READ MORE