What he's saying is little else than Pelagianism.
He seemed to have left out the at Baptism, we receive into our souls the theological virtues of Faith, Hope and Charity and with these, the Gifts of the Holy Ghost which is strengthened through the Sacrament of Confirmation. Each of the unmerited Theological Virtues and Gifts of the Holy Ghost have a corresponding human activity that, at God's appointed time, pushes us beyond what we deemed ever …More
He seemed to have left out the at Baptism, we receive into our souls the theological virtues of Faith, Hope and Charity and with these, the Gifts of the Holy Ghost which is strengthened through the Sacrament of Confirmation. Each of the unmerited Theological Virtues and Gifts of the Holy Ghost have a corresponding human activity that, at God's appointed time, pushes us beyond what we deemed ever possible. These unmerited "boosts" from God transforms us from being ordinary Catholic to extraordinary ones.
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