MORTAL AND VENIAL SINby Michael Voris, S.T.B. • ChurchMilitant.com • November 11, 2017 Michael Voris gives a talk to youth in Toronto on the effects of sin on our souls and on our relationship to God. WATCH MORE LIKE THIS We rely on =&0=& to support our news reporting. Please donate today.
Michael Voris is a multiple Emmy-award winning TV producer/reporter with more than 20 years experience in broadcast journalism. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame (’83) with a degree in Communications and also received his theologian’s credentials with an S.T.B. (magna cum laude) from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome (The Angelicum) in 2009. Follow Michael on Twitter: @Michael_Voris
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Published on Feb 1, 2017SUBSCRIBE 86K Even though mortal sins are more deadly than venial sins, that doesn’t mean venial sins are harmless. Fr. Mike explains the damage venial sins do to us and advises us to not become complacent in our sin, no matter how minor it may seem to us, because all sin negatively impacts our relationship with God.
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Published on Apr 27, 2016SUBSCRIBE 86K Contrite prayer can be an act of courage, because Lord knows there’s no harder time to pray than after we know we’ve sinned. In a way, we’re afraid to approach God. Yet, just as the only way to overcome our fears is by facing them, the only way to overcome our sin is by going to God after we sin. In this video, Fr. Mike Schmitz explains how God wants a relationship with us and “will cleanse us from every wrongdoing” to build that relationship.
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