Why aren’t all of us who have received the stupendous Grace of First Communion, Confirmation, and so many other receptions of the Blessed Sacrament all incredible Saints? One drop of the Precious Blood was of such infinite worth it is capable of converting and saving the entire universe. So why are there so few saints?
Sin is the answer. We all know that one unconfessed mortal sin will damn us (yes barring perfect contrition). But even much smaller sins block the work of God’s Grace in our souls.
The priest in the video below outlines the root causes for the failure of so many of us to be saintly. The two principle failures are lack of humility (the virtue contrary to the essential sin of pride, the root of all sin), and lack of reverence, which is humility in action in a context of receiving supernatural Grace.
Our Blessed Mother is the…
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