Good Samaritan


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Good Samaritan

New Testament a figure in one of Christ's parables (Luke 10:30--37) who is an example of compassion towards those in distress

Good Samaritan

man who helped half-dead victim of thieves after a priest and a Levite had “passed by.” [N.T.: Luke 10:33]

Good Samaritan

helps out man victimized by thieves and neglected by other passers-by. [N.T.: Luke 10:30–35]
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The story of the Good Samaritan in a simple and concise manner gives us the graces that compassion brings.
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Officers are keen to stress this Good Samaritan is not a suspect and hope he will get in touch.
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The Good Samaritan will be treated respectfully and without any discrimination on the grounds of gender, religion, nationality and caste.
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