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If the Sacrament of Confirmation gives the gift of fortitude, why are we still afraid to do the right thing? ANSWER This can be more clearly explain by examples using the life of Adam, Jesus and Mary but all this people have perfect nature and do not have wounded nature, so we need St.Paul as a perfect example to answer your specific question "why are we ...


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If the Sacrament of Confirmation gives the gift of fortitude, why are we still afraid to do the right thing? The short answer is that our human nature is still damaged because of sin, both original sin and actual sins. Before getting into more details of this question, let us see what the Catechism of the Catholic Church has to say on the effects of ...


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The rationale is that since Jesus preached while the Torah was in effect, His teachings were part of the Torah and were fulfilled by His sacrifice on the cross and are not binding on us. The motivation is to get around something that is condemned by Jesus in His teachings but which is not condemned anywhere else.


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