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Suffering's Christian Value - Dr Miravalle: MCast 56

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Christian or non-Christian, suffering is unavoidable in this life.  Whether we want to or not, we all have crosses to carry. How should we respond to this condition of suffering? Should we try to escape from it or avoid it, or is there a better way? "Through suffering, you can grow closer to Jesus Christ than you can in any other way." These are the words of Pope John Paul II in his document on Christian suffering.  Listen as Dr. Miravalle explores this thorny topic in this episode of MaryCast. To ask questions regarding Mary, email Dr Mark Miravalle: marycast@airmaria.com Ave Maria!


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