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Jan 04 - Homily - Faith, Sin, Luther, and the Saints

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Fr. Matthias comments on the Protestant teaching of "Once Saved, Always Saved" and on Martin Luther's "Sin boldly, Believe more boldly". Next, he compares the example of Luther to that of the saints, and gives a short description on the Catholic doctrine of Faith and Works. Ave Maria! Mass: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton - Mem - Form: OF Readings: 1st: 1jo 3:7-10 R: psa 98:1, 7-8, 9 Gsp: joh 1:35-42


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  1. Joe
    1 year ago

    Thank you Fr. Matthias. Many indifferent Catholics need to hear this message. It is to easy to forget the harm Luther has caused and now is passed over. The way of the cross is not easy, Mother Mary is pleased.

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