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Inter-Religious Living

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An essay by Brother J.M. Sahajananda OSB

In order to understand the message of Christ and his work of reconciliation we need to understand his spiritual growth. There are many important moments in the life of Jesus. Each one is a turning point in his spiritual evolution to dedicate his life to do the will of God. We can take four important moments that are significant in his life before his crucifixion, death and resurrection.

Br J.M Sahajananda is a Benedictine Monk connected to the Bede Griffiths Sangha, Shantivanam India

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