I have seen God in a man The Curé d’Ars (Japanese)
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The village of Ars, near Lyon, in France, is today known in the world because of the one who was its parish priest during 41 years, Jean-Marie Vianney. Each year 500 pilgrims go to Ars to pray and get to know better the life of this man, who arrived as a young priest in this hamlet of 230 inhabitants in 1818, and never leaf it. But, what is it in particular that this small and humble curé d’Ars has to attract so many people? What made a pilgrim who had met him say: “I have seen God in a man”?
This NET FOR GOD film brings us to the heart of what made the life of the curé d’Ars: the welcoming of the salvation and free forgiveness of our Lord. Like Christ who was moved with pity in front of the crowds without a shepherd, he will be a witness of the infinite mercy of God which he will try to pass on tirelessly through the sacrament of reconciliation, given day and night in the small church in Ars. His witness invites us to welcome Christ in our poverty and to receive the mercy of God in a personal way.
Ce film est réalisé par la Communauté du Chemin Neuf via le réseau international de prière « Net for God ».
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