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Summary of Catholic Teaching. Topic 7: ELEVATION TO THE SUPERNATURAL ORDER AND ORIGINAL SIN.


Summary of Catholic Teaching. Topic 7: ELEVATION TO THE SUPERNATURAL ORDER AND ORIGINAL SIN Author: Prof. Rev. Santiago Sanz, Dogmatic Theology, Pontificia Università della Santa Croce Elevation to the supernatural order When God created the first human couple, he constituted them in a state of holiness and justice, and offered them the grace of truly sharing in his divine life (cf. CCC 374, 375). This is how Tradition and the Magisterium throughout the centuries have interpreted the description of paradise contained in []

Pope Francis’ Homily at Santa Marta (Jan. 19, 2016): “NO SAINT IS WITHOUT SIN, NO SINNER WITHOUT A FUTURE.”


Pope Francis’ Homily at Santa Marta (Jan. 19, 2016): “NO SAINT IS WITHOUT SIN, NO SINNER WITHOUT A FUTURE.” In his Jan. 19 Homily at Santa Marta, Pope Francis recounted the vocation of David, as King of Israel and took advantage of the occasion of reminding us that ALL OF US “HAVE ALL BEEN CHOSEN BY THE LORD TO BE BAPTIZED, TO BE PART OF HIS PEOPLE, TO BE SAINTS” and that “THERE IS NO SAINT WITHOUT SIN AND NO SINNER WITHOUT []

SOLEMNITY OF JESUS CHRIST, KING AND LORD OF THE UNIVERSE: Allow Jesus to reign in you.


SOLEMNITY OF JESUS CHRIST, KING AND LORD OF THE UNIVERSE: Allow Jesus to reign in you “Pilate entered the praetorium again and called Jesus, and said to him, ‘Are you the King of the Jews?’…Jesus answered, ‘My kingship is not of this world; if my kingship were of this world, my servants would fight, that I might not be handed over to the Jews; but my kingship is not from the world.’ Pilate said to him, ‘So you are a king?’ Jesus []

POPE FRANCIS: God’s love for us is boundless that He is always waiting and searching for us.


POPE FRANCIS: God’s love for us is boundless that He is always waiting and searching for us. Dear friends, below you have the Vatican provided highlights of the Pope’s homily at Santa Marta on Oct. 20. In it He explains that God “doesn’t know pettiness. He gives everything”. He is not static nor indifferent but rather is always on the watch, “waiting for us to convert”, “searching for us”. Let us thank God for His boundless love for us. Let us not []