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How the Church Will Change: Evangelical Catholic Pope Francis Gives Another Interview Comments

I question the emerging "blogo-sterium", a self appointed digital council which has decided they can determine whether the Pope is Catholic enough. I choose instead to learn from this Pope with a big heart. He is not afraid to encounter self professed atheists like Eugenio Scalfari. He does so because of the love of God. He writes no-one off. He engages them all with true ... Continue Reading

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  1. Trinbagonian
    1 year ago

    Deacon, one more thing if possible: Could you provide a little more info regarding Grace as defined here by Pope Francis. I don't understand. I feel God's real work in me and I am not sure what This Is. It would be nice to distinguish the Catholic concept of Grace. Perhaps, if there's work that Pope Francis (or some other Catholic expert) has done on Grace that you can share???
    Is Pope Francis speaking about the concept of Sanctifying Grace as not knowing for sure one's destination in the after life? Is He speaking about not having experiencing in actuality all the graces at work? Or something else???
    Thanks for whatever help if you can, especially if it can be very simple :- )

  2. Trinbagonian
    1 year ago

    I thank the Holy Spirit for Her Changes that bring Hope.
    Love It All! May we be open to the Good News!
    Thanks Deacon and Catholic Online.
    May God Help us all live according to the Work of the Holy Spirit...Call, Change/Conversion, Catholic!!!

  3. abey
    1 year ago

    In today's contemporary world one can Profess either the Freedom of the Flesh or The Liberty in the Spirit, not complimenting each other, even unto the Biblical words "Mammon or God". Those In whom the Biblical words" My Grace is sufficient for you , for my Strength is made perfect in weakness" as to "It is not by might neither by power but by My Spirit says the Lord of Hosts" echo, to the key- "The Lords Prayer" are revealed the difference between the Freedom of the Flesh against the Liberty in the Spirit relating to the worldly kingdom bent against the Kingdom of God through Christ Jesus.


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