Debate

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What’s your opinion?

Is faith a manifest action or is it merely superstition?

According to St. Paul in his letter to the Romans, preaching comes by the word of Christ and faith comes from preaching. Obviously, for a Christian, faith is fundamental in their relationship with God. In the early church, faith and holiness went hand in hand, since the faith of the preacher corroborated his holiness and loyalty to Christ.

Today our priests hardly have faith and holiness. They can hardly correct a defect of their own, much less can they set straight the crowds, as Christ did.

On the other hand, the vast majority of Catholics receive the sacraments, and upon leaving Mass, they become pagans. Catholics go to church because of a cultural tradition, but they don’t know their religion and don’t understand what they actually practice. They simply think that by going to church and continuing to lead a mundane life, they will be saved. Thus, a Catholic affirms to believe in a God that he/she does not see and ends up doing what he/she really believes, apart and far from their God.

If Catholics do the opposite of what they say and believe, then faith is merely superstition!

What’s your opinion?

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