Two by Two, Never Alone

In his Angelus address, on August 2, 1987, Blessed John Paul II pointed out:

Every Christian is, in fact, essentially an apostle. This noble status obliges him to undertake any and all efforts, personally and as part of a community, to achieve that which we invoke when we pray: “Your kingdom come.” The human being is endowed with a sociable nature. With baptism, then, he forms part of the people of God and becomes a member of the mystical body of Christ, so that his natural sociability is fulfilled by a community bond of a superior nature.

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