March 24, 2015
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Don’t be “halfway Christians,” who accept Christ, but then start looking for excuses and stammering, “yes, but …” when it is time to follow his way, Pope Francis said at a morning Mass.
It’s a case of “spiritual caprice” when Christians get grumpy and complain about the path being pointed out to them after God offers salvation all the time and in so many ways, he said at the Mass in the Domus Sanctae Marthae March 24.
“Many times we say we are sick of the divine way. To not accept God’s gift with his way — this is sin, this is venom,” he said, according to Vatican Radio.