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Published on Jul 28, 2017

Father Jenkins answers questions about fallen away Catholics returning to the Church after many years and various Protestant objections to the faith. This program was recorded 25 July 2017.

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St. Faustina:

Source: St. Faustina’s Vision of Hell

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Cardinal Donald Wuerl

 

BLOGGER’S NOTE:  CATHOLICS PLEASE REFER TO CANON 915 BEFORE YOU RECEIVE COMMUNION.  MAKE SURE YOUR NOT LIVING IN A STATE OF SIN.  THAT INCLUDES THE FADS TODAY SUCH AS LIVING IN SIN, NOT HAVING YOUR LIFE EVALUATED BY THE CHURCH IF YOU HAVE BEEN MARRIED MORE THAN ONCE, EXCEPTING THE MODERN VIEW IN GENERAL TODAY.  YOU KNOW WHAT THAT IS SO DONT JUSTIFY OUR SINFUL WAYS TO RECEIVE COMMUNION WITHOUT GOING TO A PRIEST IN CONFESSION.  ITS AS SIMPLE AS I CAN MAKE IT. PLEASE READ THE CATECHISM ON SIN AND RECEIVING COMMUNION FOR FURTHER REFERENCE.  IF YOU HAVE A HARD TIME UNDERSTANDING WHAT THE CATECHISM SAYS PLEASE SEE YOUR PRIEST. AMEN.

Source: Cdl Wuerl: People Alone Decide Whether to Receive the Sacraments

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Source: Pope Francis and the SSPX

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Published on Feb 4, 2014

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So, here it is.. How to Make a Good Confession.
Why Confession?
Sacramental Confession.. the Sacrament of Reconciliation..or Penance, is the only ordinary means of the forgiveness of serious sins after Baptism, that the Church knows of. The only ORDINARY means.. I didn’t say the ONLY means, I said Confession is the only ORDINARY way to have Serious Sins.. Mortal Sins, forgiven after Baptism.
Do you know what a Mortal Sin is?
What are the Three Constitutive Parts of a Mortal Sin?
There are Three Things that have to be in place Simultaneously for a Sin to be considered a Mortal Sin, objectively taken, not considering the subjective state of the individual, mitigating circumstances and so forth.
What are they?
Well, first, it has to be Grave Matter.. Serious Matter;
Second, you have to have Knowledge, you have to have Knowledge that this is Serious Sin;
Third, you have to give Full Consent of the Will in the Light of that Knowledge.
Those three things!
Grave Matter; Knowledge; Full Consent of the Will in the Light of that Knowledge.
That’s a Mortal Sin. What does a Mortal Sin do?
A Mortal Sin kills the life of Grace in the Soul, a Mortal Sin separates you from God, a Mortal Sin prevents you from having any merit in the sight of God.
Whereas, if you are in a State of Grace, everything you do, all the good things you do, they add up to Supernatural Value, like a Treasure in Heaven. But you are not accumulating any Treasure in Heaven even if you are doing some good things, if you’re not in a State of Grace.
In order to have Supernatural Value you have to be in a State of Grace.
~ Father John Corapi

“Forgiveness of guilt and healing”

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Published on May 15, 2015

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A caller asks Prof. Michael Barber what happens to people who die without confessing a mortal sin.

Michael Barber is the Professor of Theology, Scripture and Catholic Thought at John Paul the Great Catholic University. He has his Ph.D. in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. His dissertation was on the Historical Jesus and Sacramental Eschatology under the world famous scholar, Colin Brown. He has an M.A. in Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville and received his B.A. in Theology and Philosophy from Azusa Pacific University. He is the author of several books, including, Coming Soon: Unlocking the Book of Revelation and Applying Its Lessons Today (Emmaus Road, 2006) and Genesis to Jesus: Studying Scripture from the Heart of the Church (Servant, 2007), a Bible study co-authored with Kimberly Hahn. He is a Research Fellow for the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, founded by Scott Hahn. Barber is also the host of Reasons for Faith Live a radio show heard nationwide each Friday at 11am PCT on EWTN’s Radio Network.

Barber has been granted the mandatum by Robert Brom, bishop of San Diego as an ecclesial recognition of his posture and commitment to teach always in communion with the Church. You can read more on his blog, ‘Singing in the Reign’.

He and his wife Kim live in San Diego with their two sons, Michael Patrick (Jr.) and Matthew Stephen.

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Inside the Confessional: What Is It Like for a Priest? – Aleteia.

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