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  1. Knowledge: helps us see everything in life in relation to God and eternity; to know Him, the world he created, and His plan for men. Counsel: helps us to make correct decisions about God’s will for our lives. Piety: assists us in being more prayerful, reverent, and holy, loving God as our Father.

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  2. Apr 23, 2020 · This booklet contains many of the most important prayers, beliefs, and practices of our Catholic Faith. Today’s world needs witnesses who can show others the love of Christ. Before we love, however, we must have knowledge. Memorizing these truths can help us to better know our faith and so enter into a deeper relationship with Our Lord.

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  4. WILL OF GOD In spiritual theology the manifest designs of God for a person's whole life or for any part of that life, which the person is to accept though not naturally appealing, or surrender...

  5. #2620 Jesus’ filial prayer is the perfect model of prayer in the New Testament. Often done in solitude and in secret, the prayer of Jesus involves a loving adherence to the will of the Father even to the Cross and an absolute confidence in being heard. #2599 The Son of God who became Son of the Virgin learned to pray in his human heart. He

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  6. St. John Damascene gave a classic definition of prayer: "Prayer is the raising of one's mind and heart to God or the requesting of good things from God" (CCC, no. 2559, citing St. John Damascene, De Fide Orth. 3, 24). The Catechism clearly defines prayer as a "vital and personal relationship with the living and true God" (CCC, no. 2558). Prayer ...

  7. Evening prayer . o . my God, at the end of this day I thank you most heartily for all the graces I have received from you. I am sorry that I have not made a better use of them. I am sorry for all the sins I have committed against you. Forgive me, 0 my God, and graciously protect me this night. Blessed Virgin Mary, my dear

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