"He who believes in Christ becomes a son of God. This filial adoption transforms him by giving him the ability to follow the example of Christ. It makes him capable of acting rightly and doing good. In union with his Saviour, the disciple attains the perfection of charity which is holiness. Having matured in grace, the moral life blossoms into eternal life in the glory of heaven."
- Catechism of the Catholic Church
All Catholics are called to live in accordance with the morals and teachings of Jesus Christ. Life in the Holy Spirit is made up of divine charity and human solidarity. It is graciously offered as salvation. It is essential to a human being freely to direct himself to this fulfillment. By his deliberate actions, the human person does, or does not, conform to the good promised by God and attested by moral conscience.
With the help of Grace, Catholics grow in virtue, avoid sin, and if they sin they entrust themselves, as did the prodigal son, to the mercy of our Father in heaven. In this way they attain to the perfection of charity.
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