Why I Love the Catholic Faith
The Moral Authority
Although many people see the Catholic faith as a demanding set of unyielding rules and regulations, I love the Church’s moral authority and commitment to seeking and teaching the Truth. The Catholic Church sets high moral standards and doesn’t yield to pressure to “get with the times” or relent to political pressure from those who disagree with her teachings.
Yet, since we are all sinners, there is the wonderful healing power of the Sacrament of Reconciliation which gives us the grace to continue trying to meet those high standards of moral conduct.
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