This is not because she was not free to sin.
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An example of physical impossibility is sickness. If I am sick to the point of not able to go to Mass, then it is right for me not to go. In fact, it would be wrong for me to go.
On Earth, we can only see dimly, and already we experience the greatness of love. In Heaven, our union with God and with all the saints will be even greater.
They include both those who entered directly to heaven after a virtuous life, and those who entered after a time in purgatory. Saints are therefore holy and fully alive.
Question: Jesus never told us to pray to Mary. Jesus is the great intercessor and we prayed to him as the great intercessor to reach God. Nowhere in the Bible does it say to pray to Mary. If it’s not in the Bible, we should not believe it. It's just my belief that is...
For the failures of our parents, we must offer prayer and reparation for their conversion, and sometimes even kind words of truth to help their correction; and in their need, especially in sickness and in their old age, we should come to their aid to ease their difficulties.
The bottomline is, giving the Lord’s Day (Sunday) back to the Lord is of the highest priority, for no one is more important in our life than God
Virtual mass, be it TV or online, is not mass.
So I need to take good care of what God entrusted to me, that’s self-love…
Many things in Christianity have no rules. Rules are only good for telling us what not to do. Jesus came to tell us to love God and love others as He loved us.