An Easter Message

by Michael Colantoni

“One must never confuse error and a person who errs….The person who errs is always and above all a human being, and he retains in every case his dignity as a human person, and he must be always regarded and treated in accordance with that lofty dignity…Besides, in every human being there is a need that is congenital to his nature and never becomes extinguished, compelling him to break through the web of error and open his mind to the knowledge of truth.”

Pope John XXIII – Easter Message 1963

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