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Mortal Sins

February 12, 2014 | 2 Comments

A mortal sin, as defined by the Concise Catholic Dictionary of 1943 is “a morally bad human act which is grievously offensive to God; that sin which destroys charity, robs the soul of sanctifying grace, and makes it deserving of eternal punishment.”

I have written about many mortal sins and why they are such. Here is my mortal sin series.

Mortal and Venial Sins

Mortal Sins Against the First Commandment Part 1

Mortal Sins Against the First Commandment Part 2

Mortal Sins Against the Second Commandment

Mortal Sins Against the Third Commandment

Mortal Sins Against the Fourth Commandment

Compromising Morality

Mortal Sins Against the Fifth Commandment – Murder

Mortal Sin Against the Fifth Commandment – Failure To Bury the Dead

Mortal Sin Against the Fifth Commandment – Leading Another Into Sin

Mortal Sin Against the Fifth Commandment – Engagement in Unjust Lawsuits

Mortal Sin Against the Fifth Commandment – Suicide/Euthanasia

Mortal Sin Against the Fifth Commandment – Hatred

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