mortal sin

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mortal sin

Christianity a sin regarded as involving total loss of grace
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The rabbis of the Talmudic era considered the use of derogatory nicknames a grave sin.
To remember him as intrinsically disordered seems to me to be a very grave sin indeed.
In June, he said any Catholic who voted for a candidate he or she knew to be pro-choice was committing a grave sin and would have to go to confession and promise never to do it again.
Catholic teaching states that abortion is a grave sin.
Wade decision, abortion was not only illegal but was almost universally recognized as a grave sin.
Barratt told the court: "It's not a grave sin, but it's something that can lead to other things.
But to abuse them is infinitely worse and is a grave sin against love and justice.
The Pastoral Commission of Lima's Archdiocese has sent a document to its pastors titled, "The Moral and Legal Dimension of Abortion," that tells priests that public figures who support abortion rights "are committing a grave sin, because they are supporting a crime.
Thus, for him, even minor changes in the Church's rubrics are likely to be grave sin.
Of course, Allah will handle this grave sin that caused the death of thousands of innocent Muslims.
If you are living publicly in a state of mortal sin, there isn't any good act that you can perform that justifies that situation: The person remains in grave sin," Burke told LifeSiteNews March 24.
Keyrouz said that the Christians who disrupt the election of the president are committing a grave sin towards Lebanon and Christians.