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Mortal Sins

Discussion in 'Catholic DIR' started by ForeverFaithful, Mar 11, 2012.

  1. ForeverFaithful

    ForeverFaithful Son Worshiper

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    Here's one of your bizarre doctirnes that us Protestants (you know the proper kinds of Christians ;)) can't get our heads around

    So does committing a mortal sin mean there is no hope for me if I do not repent it after I die?
    Since only Catholic do the sacrament of absolution, are all Protestants royally screwed come Judgment day?
    Do you guys have a clear agree upon lists of Mortal sins?
    Is Jesus' love conditional?
     
  2. Mister Emu

    Mister Emu Emu Extraordinaire
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    Mortal Sins are offenses of a grave nature, committed freely with full knowledge of their wrongfulness and sinfulness.

    You need to repent. I don't limit God's mercy, but I'd heavily recommend repenting.

    No, the perfect contrition of protestants can be efficacious. No, we have a list of criteria. No, it is entirely unconditional.
     
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  3. Adamski

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    I recommend a copy of the catechism and going to catholic answers web site.

    The above answer is mostly right
     
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