Spiritual and pastoral reading
This biblical book tells us about the gospel's journey into the world and shows us the wonderful combination of the word of
God and the Holy Spirit that ushers in the time of evangelism. The protagonists of Acts are precisely a couple
lively and effective: the Word and the Spirit. Acts can be considered almost the development or the continuation of the Gospel narrative.
The Acts can be considered almost the development or continuation of the Gospel narrative; in fact, this "journey of the Gospel" takes its inspiration from it and assumes the characteristics of "an outgoing Gospel", of "an outward journey".
Gospel going out", of "a Gospel cleared of customs" from the place and time of the historical events narrated by the Gospels, of "a worldly Gospel" in the sense that it is "the Gospel of the world".
A "worldly Gospel" in the sense that it assumes within itself the whole world in its becoming with its beauty and its longing for salvation, but also in the sense that it takes on the whole world in its becoming with its beauty and its longing for salvation.
longing for salvation, but also with its contradictions and its resistance to the Word. "In the Acts of the Apostles
we witness a continuous dynamism, full of surprises. When the disciples are not expecting it, the Spirit sends them to the
pagans. He opens new paths, as in the episode of the deacon Philip." Pope Francis
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