"Let us think of that moment with the Magdalene, when she washed the
feet of Jesus with nard, which was so expensive: it is a religious
moment, a moment of gratitude, a moment of love. And he [Judas] stands
apart and criticizes her bitterly: 'But ... this could be used for the
poor!'. This is the first reference that I personally found in the
Gospel of poverty as an ideology. The ideologue does not know what love
is, because they do not know how to gift themselves".
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