By Dave Armstrong

Diego Velázquez, “Christ Crucified”, c. 1632
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Diego Velázquez, “Christ Crucified”, c. 1632

“Since Christ died for all men, and since the ultimate vocation of man is in fact one, and divine, we ought to believe that the Holy Spirit in a manner known only to God offers to every man the possibility of being associated with this paschal mystery.” (Gaudium et Spes, 22)

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