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Athanasios
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« on: January 21, 2008, 07:03:25 PM »

Hello,

Are you confirmed in your faith? I am not merely speaking of having received the Sacrament of Confirmation (Mystery of Chrismation) - but that you are convicted by the Holy Spirit in the faith. By what means do you become confirmed? Do you find that this was a one time deal - or do you daily grow more and more confirmed in the faith?
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« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2008, 07:06:43 PM »

Hello,

For me, I am a Catholic in the Latin Church. I find that every day, the more I study the faith, the more I am confirmed. I daily become more convicted in my Catholic faith. The more I read the Church Fathers, documents from Rome, lives of the Saints, etc. - the more I become confirmed in my faith. I simply know that it is true and I become so convicted that I would rather stand with the martyrs than deny it.
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Pray that we may be one, as Christ and His Father are one. (John 17:20ff)

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