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November 24, 2017

On whether consecration, particularly vocational consecration, is scriptural, liturgical, and prayerful; submitted October 25th, 2017.

Consecration—particularly personal consecration to the service of the Church—is, in and of itself, something divine: “the person who surrenders himself to the God he loves above all else thereby consecrates himself more intimately to God's service and to the good of the whole Church.”[1] In that way, with special regard for the faithful, consecration is indeed scriptural, liturgical, and prayerful; Scri...

November 8, 2017

On ARTICLE 10 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC) - I Believe in the Forgiveness of Sins, II. The Power of the Keys, CCC 981-83, 86-87; submitted November 3, 2017.

“[The Church] has received the keys of the Kingdom of heaven so that, in her, sins may be forgiven through Christ’s blood and the Holy Spirit’s action.”[1] This is perhaps the most important argument for the legitimacy of the Church and the divine license by which she operates. All at once, Saint Augustine affirms the long-held Tradition of the Church’s apostolic s...

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