I was recently reading the Catechism and came across paragraph 915, which has left me with some questions.
It is the first sentence of 915 that's bothering me. It says: "Christ proposes the evangelical counsels, in their great variety, to every disciple."
What exactly does that mean?
I know we are all meant to live in the spirit of the evangelical counsels, but I thought the evangelical counsels proper were for those in the consecrated life.
Furthermore, 915 doesn't say Christ proposes the spirit of the evangelical counsels, it says Christ proposes THE evangelical counsels.
Any information would be appreciated!