Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio led the Te Deum of May 25 at the Metropolitan Cathedral
May 25, 2011
Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio led the Te Deum in the Cathedral on the 25th of May, and was attended by the Head of Government of Buenos Aires, Mauricio Macri.
In his homily Bergoglio said “When we propose the impossible, we punish ourselves with the impossible. We harried to get depressed with our ambitions and need to be recognized, highlighting, or with our begging for affection. There is nothing to accumulate wealth and power”.
“The poor knows that he stands on his own. He feels loved by their creator with contempt, neglect and humiliation”.
“From the trip of 200 years, today invites us to awaken once again to humility, humility to accept what we can and what we are”.
“No country is cemented with delusions of grandeur challenging and few credible”.
“The makeup of the dress of power and spiteful claims are a shell of souls that fill the empty sad and above all his inability to provide creative ways to inspire confidence. It is the consequent depletion of the compulsive of pride in its most clumsy, which is the fickleness. “
From the pride of every man for himself or take advantage of the confusion for occasional power, it caused the disintegration of the motherland. “