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+Seraphim Mary, OSF May 29
Q. Why do we praise God? A. We praise God, not to obtain anything, but because God's Being draws praise from us.
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+Seraphim Mary, OSF 19h
Q. For what do we offer thanksgiving? A. Thanksgiving is offered to God for all the blessings of this life, for our redemption, and for whatever draws us closer to God.
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Christopher M. Pizzi 22h
Sums up any decent catechism. @ San Francisco, California
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Our Lady & St Joseph May 27
is a participation in the life of God. It introduces us into the intimacy of Trinitarian life: by the Christian participates in the grace of Christ, the Head of his Body.
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Susan Fox May 30
Amoris Laetitia focuses on the Subjective vs Objective Conscience RT But the Church has her own Conscience and We Must Obey It
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+Seraphim Mary, OSF May 27
Q. What is adoration? A. Adoration is the lifting up of the heart and mind to God, asking nothing but to enjoy God's presence.
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Our Lady & St Joseph May 27
This vocation to eternal life is supernatural. It depends entirely on God's gratuitous initiative, for he alone can reveal and give himself. It surpasses the power of human intellect and will, as that of every other creature.
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Our Lady & St Joseph May 28
The grace of Christ is in us the source of the work of sanctification: Therefore if any one is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has passed away, behold, the new has come. All this is from God, who through Christ reconciled us to himself.
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Our Lady & St Joseph May 27
As an "adopted child" we can henceforth call God "Father," in union with the only Son. We receive the life of the Spirit who breathes charity into us and who forms the Church. .
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Word & Table PCA May 27
Has anyone used the sign language for “thank you” with their little kids? 😄 Episode 11 of Chatechism is up! And yes, there’s a reason Ian is in his TKD uniform...
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Our Lady & St Joseph May 28
The grace of Christ is the gratuitous gift that God makes to us of his own life, infused by the Holy Spirit into our soul to heal it of sin and to sanctify it. It is the sanctifying or deifying grace received in Baptism.
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Our Lady & St Joseph May 27
Without God's , we cannot by free will move ourself toward justice in God's sight. is the most excellent work of God's love made manifest in Christ Jesus and granted by the Holy Spirit.
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Our Lady & St Joseph May 27
This was to show God's , because in his divine forbearance he had passed over former sins; it was to prove at the present time that he himself is righteous and that he justifies him who has faith in .
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Our Lady & St Joseph May 27
But now the righteousness of God has been manifested apart from law, although the law and the prophets bear witness to it, the righteousness of God through faith in Jesus Christ for all who believe.
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Our Lady & St Joseph May 27
Justification has been merited for us by the Passion of Christ who offered himself on the cross as a living victim, holy and pleasing to God, and whose blood has become the instrument of atonement for the sins of all people.
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Our Lady & St Joseph May 27
Justification is acceptance of God's righteousness through faith in Jesus Christ. Righteousness is the rectitude of divine love. With justification, faith, hope, and charity are poured into our hearts, and obedience to the divine will is granted us.
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Pamela J. Brink, RN PhD FAAN May 29
Pre-Vatican II we were not allowed to attend Protestant church services with friends or non-Catholic family. Have you asked here on Twitter or on Facebook? Either or the may have an answer.
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Our Lady & St Joseph May 27
For there is no distinction: since all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, they are by his as a gift, through the redemption which is in Jesus, whom God put forward as an expiation by his blood, to be received by .
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Our Lady & St Joseph May 28
Habitual grace, the permanent disposition to live and act in keeping with God's call, is distinguished from actual graces which refer to God's interventions, whether at the beginning of conversion or in the course of the work of sanctification.
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Our Lady & St Joseph May 27
When God touches the heart through the illumination of the Holy Spirit, the person is not inactive while receiving that inspiration, since he could reject it; and yet, without God's , he cannot by his own free will move himself toward justice in God's sight.
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