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Seven Deadly Sins: The Sin of Pride Comments

Whenever we pit ourselves against Church teaching and act as our own Magisterium, we reveal that we are in the grip of deadly pride. Continue Reading

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  1. Edward
    5 years ago

    Brilliant.Your words tap deeply into the soul and bring out self-realization of who or how we might be and or act. I continue to learn daily of God and his heavenly graces. Thank you for a great article and guidance. Have or will you write something on temptation as our culture continuosly provides an abundance of it. Thanks again...

  2. Charlie Spiteri
    5 years ago

    I confirm your atatement. I am proud to be a catholic. I am convinced that the more I feel that I am a sinner, the more I feel the healing love of God. Let all know that God is love, merciful, thankful; yet He is just. Let us be humble yet strong infront of man's competition with God's nature. Praise God.

  3. "G.G." a Pro-life Catholic
    5 years ago

    Thank you Jeri Holladay for this wonderful and educational article. This article should be sent to Pres. Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden, the Kennedys, Sen. Kerry and all other politicians that are going against the Catholic Church teachings with their pride and arrogance. They definitly need this lesson on PRIDE!

    They need to be reminded that our LORD himself was humble and obedient to death, even death on a cross. They should place more trust in GOD than in this world of misguided sinners. I believe this article might "touch" their hearts and get them back to our Church teachings so they can serve the people with honesty and love. GOD bless and guide them.

  4. dominic francis
    5 years ago

    To follow the true teaching of the church is the best.How about those are leaders and teach heresy and desecrate the holy things in the church. What do we do stop it?


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