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Was Mary the Mother of God ever canonized?

Roman Catholic Answer No, the canonization process was not begun until about ten centuries after Our Lady's Assumption into heaven. Also to canonize someone is to declare that they lived an exemplary life, overcoming the concupiscence (the tendency or desire… Full Answer

What is the threefold concupiscence?

The biblical reference for three fold concupiscence is 1John 2:16. 'Sensual lust' is lust of the flesh, 'enticement for the eyes' is lust of the eyes and 'pretentious life' is pride of life. Examples of lust of the flesh are… Full Answer

Why do people baptise?

People get baptised as a public profession of faith. . Catholic Answer People get baptized because Our Blessed Lord commanded it, and tied salvation to the regeneration of baptism. See St. John 3:5, Acts 2:38, Acts 22:16, 1 Cor 6:11… Full Answer

What are the consequences of Original Sin?

Roman Catholic Answer The consequences of original sin are physical death of the body, spiritual death (inability to enter heaven), and concupiscence. Another Answer Saint Augustine of Hippo (354-430) introduced the notion of original sin to the western half of… Full Answer

Does God frown on premarital sex?

Yes, the Bible calls it fornication and says that anyone who does it (and doesn't repent, meaning QUIT doing it), will not go to Heaven. Here are some Bible verses about fornication (premarital sex): 1 Corinthians 6:13 Meats for the… Full Answer

Words with the three letters cup?

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How do Catholics wash away original sin?

Roman Catholic Answer Baptism erases original sin and turns man back to God: from The Catechism of the Catholic Church, second edition, English translation 1994 405 Although it is proper to each individual, (Cf. Council of Trent: Denzinger-Schonmetzer, Enchiridion Symbolorum… Full Answer

What is God's will?

As God is omnipotent Gods will must be everything. The things that are God's will are the things He has specifically told us are His will. Anything else is just human opinion, which may well be right but it also… Full Answer