-Psalm 51: 10,17
This passage gives us the two characteristics necessary for true contrition – a broken and contrite heart. Is there someone whom I have offended? Are these two characteristics present in me in relation to that person? In light of this, what should I do?
PART I Page 12 The person who wrote the narrative in the language of the Indians with such a harmony of style and expression yet with such deep theological meaning, would have had to be a genius….It is another proof that they were not invented, but transcribed. It is another indication that the one who is speaking is she could well be called teacher par excellence of the deepest theology….If any Spaniard or Indian of the sixteenth century had reached such dogmatic heights, his name would have become famous. But if we cannot find such a brilliant theologian, we may be sure that it was Mary who spoke these words and revealed herself to us in this way.