We must have a Catholic view of sin which, “produces a more systematic program for advancement in the spiritual life” and a Reformation view which views, “the conception of sin as a radical evil that fundamentally alters our relationship with God.

We must have a Catholic view of sin which, “produces a more systematic program for advancement in the spiritual life” and a Reformation view which views, “the conception of sin as a radical evil that fundamentally alters our relationship with God. Simon Chan

Read More We must have a Catholic view of sin which, “produces a more systematic program for advancement in the spiritual life” and a Reformation view which views, “the conception of sin as a radical evil that fundamentally alters our relationship with God.

The relation of the Church to Christ is not ‘like’ that of a man’s body to the man himself. It IS that of Christ’s body to the Lord Himself.” pg. 28

The relation of the Church to Christ is not ‘like’ that of a man’s body to the man himself. It IS that of Christ’s body to the Lord Himself.” pg. 28 Simon Chan

Read More The relation of the Church to Christ is not ‘like’ that of a man’s body to the man himself. It IS that of Christ’s body to the Lord Himself.” pg. 28