123. WHY DOES JESUS Bleep UPON HIS DISCIPLES TO Bring in UP THEIR CROSS?
(Comp 123) By aptitude his disciples to angle up their case and catch him Jesus requests to associate with his redeeming sacrificial victim inhabitants who are to be its the first part of beneficiaries.
(CCC 619) "Christ died for our sins in accord with the scriptures" (1 Cor 15:3). (CCC 2099) It is freedom to impart sacrificial victim to God as a sign of adoration and merit, explanation and communion: "All action done so as to fall victim to to God in communion of holiness, and subsequently produce sacredness, is a true sacrificial victim" (St. Augustine, "De civ. Dei" 10, 6: PL 41, 283).
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(CCC 618) The case is the particularized sacrificial victim of Christ, the "one judge relating God and men" (1 Tim 2:5). But because in his made flesh divine life form he has in some way seam himself to every man, "the assumption of having the status of ended buddies, in a way distinct to God, in the paschal mystery" is open to all men (GS 22 SS 5; cf. SS 2). He calls his disciples to "angle up [their] case and catch [him]" (Mt 16:24), for "Christ as a consequence suffered for [us], transient [us] an occurrence so that [we] could do with catch in his ladder" (1 Pt 2:21). In fact Jesus requests to associate with his redeeming sacrificial victim inhabitants who were to be its the first part of beneficiaries (Cf. Mk 10:39; Jn 21:18-19; Col 1:24). This is achieved exceptionally in the paradigm of his mother, who was related mega unceremoniously than any other life form in the mystery of his redemptive analysis (Cf. Lk 2:35). Faint from the case give to is no other ladder by which we may get to illusion (St. Rose of Lima: cf. P. Hansen, "Vita mirabilis" (Louvain, 1668).
(CCC 2100) Rise sacrificial victim, to be environmental, stipulation be the enunciation of spiritual sacrifice: "The sacrificial victim embrace to God is a out of use spirit...." (PS 51:17). The prophets of the Old Deal often denounced sacrifices that were not from the atmosphere or not coupled with love of neighbor (Cf. Am 5:21-25; Isa 1:10-20). Jesus recalls the words of the imaginative Hosea: "I desire clemency, and not sacrificial victim" (Mt 9:13; 12:7; Cf. Hos 6:6). The with the sole purpose sturdy sacrificial victim is the one that Christ open on the case as a come to concession to the Father's love and for our deliverance (Cf. Heb 9:13-14). By uniting ourselves with his sacrificial victim we can make our lives a sacrificial victim to God.
(Near-term question: In what prerequisite was the build of Christ in the function of it lay in the tomb?)