He who has been forgiven must open himself to forgive

During the Sunday Angelus, before 30,000 people, Pope Francis reflected on forgiveness, the theme of the Gospel of the day.

He said that even when it is difficult to forgive, it's helpful to remember the parable and words of the owner who forgave every debt of his ruthless servant.

"Should not you also have pity on your servant, just as I have had pity on you? Whoever has experienced the joy, peace and inner freedom that comes from being forgiven, can open himself to the possibility of forgiving others."

Pope Francis recalled that the mercy of God has no limits and that a small sign of repentance is enough for God to forgive us.

(Source: Rome Reports)

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