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IN THE CENTENARY OF SIMONE WEIL’S BIRTH -SOCIETY, UNHAPPINESS AND FAITH- 3th and last part

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Author(s): Miguela Domingo Centeno | Antonio Casado Delgado

Journal: Indivisa : Boletin de Estudios e Investigación
ISSN 1579-3141

Volume: 12;
Start page: 109;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: Religion | God | Church | Christ | Mass | Humanity | Divinity | Sacraments | Creation | Beauty | Attention | Contemplation | Truth.

ABSTRACT
This paper is the last part of Simone Weil – Society, unhappiness and faith- This article focuses on the aspect of the religion. At the end of her life Simone took seriously- someone can think in wrong way- the catholic religion. The Ten Commandaments, the Mass … Weil began to focus her attention on the Church and also found many elements of the other religions attractive; as a result of this, some commentators have judged her to be a heretic. In this article deals with Weill´s original method for study the religion. Simone Weil writes about the beauty of the world and the necessity of loving it as God´s creation, even when it brings pain and death. There is nothing heretic in her belief in the humanity and divinity of Christ and his presence in the Eucharist. Tough she desired the sacraments she never baptized, feeling that it was her vocation remain a Christian outside the Church.
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