Ep. 12: Catholics Aren’t Zombies – Patience and Delayed Gratification

Part of “manger-to-the-cross” redemptive suffering is eschewing immediate pleasure in favor of something better later.
This is called delayed gratification. It corresponds with the virtue of patience. Catholics would struggle to grow spiritually without mastering these concepts. Don’t be a zombie that needs to chow down on brains ASAP. Take your time, endure the struggle, and gain the greater prize (eternal salvation).

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Catholics Aren’t Zombies

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