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Catholic Dogma: THE INCARNATION

THE INCARNATION

THE INCARNATION Of Jesus Christ, is one of the Church teaches, that He: I – ···(i) was GOD, in the full sense, ··· ···(ii) MAN, in the full sense, ··· ···(iii) yet ONE PERSON. II – WAS BORN of a woman, yet had no human father (this is the dogma of the VIRGIN BIRTH). III – DIED upon the Cross, ...

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Catholic Dogma: THE REDEMPTION

THE REDEMPTION

Continuation from:  Catholic Dogma: THE FALL AND ORIGINAL SIN .  THE REDEMPTION I – God did not will, however, that this deprivation should be final. Yet we cannot, by our natural efforts, ever win a supernatural thing. The supernatural life had to be given back to us. God might have done this in many ways. II – He chose to do ...

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Catholic Dogma: THE FALL AND ORIGINAL SIN

garden of eden

The Church teaches that: I – GOD GAVE THIS SUPERNATURAL LIFE TO THE FIRST MAN AND WOMAN He created, so that they not only had a human body and a human indestructible soul, and duties of natural worship and obedience to God’s law, but a supernatural life of grace and a destiny of supernatural union with Him. II – But ...

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Catholic Dogma: THE SUPERNATURAL LIFE

A-Supernatural-Life

Catholic Dogma on The SUPERNATURAL LIFE: A stone is not “alive”: a flower is at least alive: a dog has a higher kind of life than a flower, and a man than a dog. Therefore there are different kinds of life, one higher than another. Reason cannot show there is no higher kind of life than man’s. The Church says there ...

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Catholic Dogma: THE HOLY TRINITY

Most Holy Trinity

Catholic Dogma on the Holy Trinity THE HOLY TRINITY The Catholic Church teaches that; (i) GOD is, and can only be ONE as to His Nature; yet that, (ii) GOD is, not only One, but THREE as to His Personality. That this is so is (a) a dogma, that of the Holy Trinity; (b) a Mystery: That is, a truth ...

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