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LeopoldPhilippe View Drop Down

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    Posted: 28-Jul-2015 at 20:12
In the Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, it states:       
359. How do we attain beatitude?       
We attain beatitude by virtue of the grace of Christ which makes us participants in the divine life.       
Please explain.
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I can answer that with ease. However the answer you seek; as is the case of many questions you have posed, ref the RCC, are self answerable. Viz research. Or a local RCC Priest.

The net is full of sites that can self educate you. And answer the question/s.

I appreciate your interest... but ntl, these questions you pose have a tendency to be viewed and perhaps justifiably so; by others, as a surreptitious form of either promotion or preaching a 'specific faith'.

And that's a no no as per the CoC.

There's no doubt in my ancient mind you are intellectually capable of finding the answer on your own.

My recommendation is do so.

Then if u still have an interest in expounding that particular subject matter, in a comparison and contrast fashion, eg. do protestants and or Islamists view a similar concept...return it to the forum.

You then will have accomplished three important things.

a. self educated yourself....improved your knowledge base.

b. broadened the topic material.....and possibly stimulate the interests of others to offer countering opinion or examples.

c. avoid a warning for 'preaching/proselytizing whether it was intentional or not.

I'm not commenting in this fashion to stunt your curiosity...far from it.

I believe you to be a good and productive member.... but I am commenting to provide with better options. In 'presentation' of your question.

Edited by Centrix Vigilis - 28-Jul-2015 at 20:44
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S. T. Friedman

Pilger's law: 'If it's been officially denied, then it's probably true'

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