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What It Means to Be Catholic, and the Meaning of Catholicism
Being Catholic means living a totally Christian life and having a catholic perspective. To Catholics, all people are basically good, but sin is a spiritual disease that wounded humankind initially and can kill humankind spiritually if left unchecked. Divine grace is the only remedy for sin, and the best source of divine grace is from the sacraments, which are various rites that catholics believe have been created by jesus and entrusted by him to his church.
The bottom line from the catholic perspective is more than an intellectual assent to an idea, Catholicism involves a daily commitment to embrace the will of god- whatever it is and wherever it leads.
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