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Unforgivable Sin meets the Wideness of God's Mercy.
June 19, 2016
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Unforgivable Sin meets the Wideness of God's Mercy.

What happens when laxity in the clergy and the whole culture "accommodates" even blasphemy against the Holy Spirit?

Vic Biorseth, Saturday, June 18, 2016

Catholics know, or rather, Catholics are supposed to know, the difference between what is called Mortal Sin and Venial Sin. We should know that once we put on Christ, in so doing we die to the world, and avoid even the occasion or opportunity of sin. Of course, that is best done in a community of like-minded Christians. The bigger the community, or the more closed off from the outside world of sin, the easier it is to cooperate with the grace that is given to walk in right ways.

Mortal sin is sin unto the death of the soul, as John tells us in 1 John 5:

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