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Baltimore Catechism, Lesson 14: The Resurrection & Life Everlasting

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⁣Here on the next lesson presented by the Ecu-Men, we will cover the Resurrection & Life Everlasting. We humans are body & soul. And together, we come to Christ to be cleansed of our sins; so let’s look at how it all fits together. Thanks for listening!

176. What is meant by "the resurrection of the body"?
It means that at the end of the world the bodies of all men will rise from the earth and be united again to their souls, nevermore to be separated. (I Corinthians 15::51)

177. Why will the bodies of the just rise?
The bodies of the just will rise to share forever in the glory of their souls.

178. Has the body of any human person ever been raised from the dead and taken into heaven?
Yes; the body of the Blessed Virgin Mary, united to her immaculate soul, was glorified and taken into heaven.

179. Why will the bodies of the damned also rise?
The bodies of the damned will also rise to share in the eternal punishment of their souls.

180. What is the judgment called which will be passed on all men immediately after the general resurrection?
It is called the general judgment. (Acts 10::42)

181. What is the judgment called which will be passed on each one of us immediately after death?
It is called the particular judgment. (Ecclesiasticus 11::28)

182. If everyone is judged immediately after death, why will there be a general judgment?
Although everyone is judged immediately after death, it is fitting that there be a general judgment in order that the justice, wisdom, and mercy of God may be glorified in the presence of all. (Wisdom 5::1-2)

183. What are the rewards or punishments appointed for men after the particular judgment?
The rewards or punishments appointed for men after the particular judgment are heaven, purgatory, or hell.

184. Who is punished in purgatory?
Those are punished for a time in purgatory who die in the state of grace but are guilty of venial sin, or have not fully satisfied for the temporal punishment due to their sins. (I Corinthians 3::13-15)

185. Who is punished in hell?
Those who die in mortal sin; they are deprived of the vision of God and suffer dreadful torments, especially that of fire, for all eternity. (Matthew 25::41)

186. Who is rewarded in heaven?
Those who have died in the state of grace and have been purified in purgatory, if necessary, from all venial sin and all debt of temporal punishment; they see God face to face and share forever in His glory and happiness. (Matthew 25::34)

187. What is meant by the word "Amen," with which we end the Apostles' Creed?
It means: "So it is," or "So be it"; the word expresses our firm belief in all the doctrines that the Creed contains. (Matthew 8::10)

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Baltimore Catechism, Lesson 14:
https://www.catholicity.com/ba....ltimore-catechism/le

Homily - Resurrection & Judgment:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n6a6GhJJ8GQ

Fr Isaac Relyea, Four Last Things:
Death: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aoszP77btJ8
Judgment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q46tdlFM1W0&t=2434s
Hell: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7td1Gx2clZY
Heaven: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vB-b7-rEnfc

Public Confession of Sins:
NT: Matt. 3::6; Mark 1::5, Acts 19::18, 1 Tim. 6::12, 1 John 1::9, James 5::14-16
OT: Numbers. 5::7, 2 Samuel 12::14, Nehemiah 9::2-3, Sirach 4::26, Baruch 1::14

Pharisees/Sadducees/Essenes:
https://bit.ly/2WSTgJj

Hell:
http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/07207a.htm

Atonement:
http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/02055a.htm

Gehenna:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gehenna

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