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EL BÁCULO DEL OBISPO: Las vocaciones son la llave de la puerta a los sacramentos

By Obispo James R. Golka

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Jesús convocó a los Doce y les dio poder y autoridad para expulsar a toda clase de demonios y para curar las enfermedades. Y los envió a proclamar el Reino de Dios y a sanar a los enfermos”. – Lucas 9, 1-2

Queridos hermanos y hermanas en Cristo,

Es habitual que, durante las liturgias, un obispo lleve la mitra ceremonial. La mitra es un símbolo de autoridad. Es importante señalar que esta autoridad no significa: “Yo soy tu jefe y tú haces lo que yo digo”. Es una autoridad mucho mejor que esa. Esta es la autoridad que Jesús dio a los apóstoles y a la Iglesia (¡es decir, a nosotros!) para actuar en su nombre

THE BISHOP'S CROZIER: Vocations are the Key to the Sacramental Door

By Bishop James R. Golka

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He summoned the Twelve and gave them power and authority over all demons and to cure diseases, and he sent them to proclaim the kingdom of God and to heal [the sick].” – Luke 9:1-2

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

It is common for a bishop during liturgies to wear the “miter,” or ceremonial headdress. The miter is a symbol of authority. It is important to note that this authority does not mean, “I am your boss, and you do what I say.” It is a much better authority than that. This is the authority that Jesus gave the apostles and the Church (that is us!) to act in his name.

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