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Pope Francis: A Christian who constantly complains is not a good Christian

POPE FRANCIS "Paul and Silas endured tribulations and  humiliation. Jesus himself endured it, showing that He had patience. It's all a process. Let me repeat that word: process. It's a process of Christian maturity, through the path of patience. It's a process that requires time, that doesn't come from one day to the next. It takes an entire lifetime to reach Christian maturity. It's like fine wine.â?

The Pope then added that when faced with challenges, the temptation to complain is always there. But a Christian who constantly complains, said the Pope, isn't a good Christian.

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