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2196-2257. The Fourth Commandment. This section covers the family in God’s plan, the Christian family, the family and society, the … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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2142-2167. This second commandment flows naturally from the first. Fr Guy considers what it means to keep the name of … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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2110-2141. This section of Fr Guy de Gaynesford’s commentary on the Catechism of the Catholic Church covers superstition, idolatry, divination … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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2087-2092. Fr Guy resumes his examination of the obligations of the First Commandment. He looks more closely at two of the … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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2083-2089. The First Commandment states: ‘I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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1989-1995. Continuing his discussion of Justification, Fr Guy looks at the difference between the Catholic and Protestant understanding. Catholics understand … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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1897-1948. Participation in Social Life. The legitimacy of authority. Our moral responsibility. The common good. Respect for the human person. … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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1762-1802. The Morality of the Passions. The judgement of conscience. The formation of conscience. Making choices in accordance with … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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1701-1748. The Beatitudes. Desire for Happiness. Christian Beatitude. Freedom and responsibility. Human freedom and the economy of salvation. True freedom is … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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1621-1666. The ministers of the Sacrament of Matrimony. Matrimonial Consent. Mixed marriages and disparity of cult. The unity and indissolubility … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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1569-1578. The Ordination of Deacons – ‘in order to serve’. The Sacrament of Orders is conferred only on baptised men. … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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1548-1553. The ministerial priesthood and the royal priesthood of the faithful, compared and contrasted. The ministerial priesthood is rooted in … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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1480-1498. Part 2 of last week’s talk. The ordinary form of the celebration – priest and penitent. Two extraordinary forms … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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1474-1479. Continuation of Fr Guy’s examination of Indulgentiarum Doctrina. The conditions necessary to gain an indulgence. The difficulty of gaining … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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1471-1473. A considered and scholarly exposition of the Catholic Church’s teaching on the doctrine of indulgences. A close examination of … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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1459-1470. The Minister of the Sacrament of Confession. The Effects of the Sacrament. Satisfaction. 71 minutes Listen on your … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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1446-1458. Forgiveness is possible after baptism. Penance in the early church. Private confession. The structure of the sacrament. Acts … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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1434-1445. Interior penance and conversion, how this is accomplished. Days and seasons of penance. Only God forgives sin. Reconciliation with … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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1422-1433. Why a Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation after Baptism? The ongoing conversion of the baptized. Interior penance. Listen … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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1420-1421. The two Sacraments of Healing. Introduction to Reconciliation (Confession or Penance) and Anointing (Sacrament of the Sick). The … Continue reading →De către Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL
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