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African Missionary, Autumn/Winter 2020, No. 36
October 2 , It is common in today's world to find Catholics who openly disagree with core Catholic teaching. We all know people who say that they are Catholic, but who don't come to Mass on Sunday - they only come on Christmas and Easter, if they come at all. We all have heard or read about politicians who say that they are ardent and practicing Catholics, but who publicly support laws that go directly against some of the most basic tenets of morality as taught by the Catholic Church. And if we are honest with ourselves, we even recognize in our own lives this same tendency. We call ourselves practicing Catholics, and yet we spend more time working on our favorite hobbies than on our prayer life. We spend more time becoming an expert in our profession than in our faith.
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It practically means saying no to God. The two sons in the parable disobeyed the father. Both of them offended the father. Ultimately, it is not the words that really matter but the deed. So, when we do not do what we say, as in the case of the second son, our words lose credibility. There is a story about an elderly gentleman. He had serious hearing problem for many years. He went to a very competent doctor, and he was given an amazing set of hearing aids that fully restored his hearing faculty.
This describes the salvation that awaits a repentant sinner, one who abandons their old ways and adopts the new life that St Paul says we find in Christ. In both cases, the final situation of the person will be the basis for judgment. Each of us has to — every day — turn towards the Lord in whom we will find life. St Paul says that in order to be part of that Body, we must have the mind, the attitude, the ways of thinking and feeling, that were in Christ. To have the mind of Christ is, on one level, to imitate him. Discipleship implies following Jesus, seeking in his way of living and acting a pattern for our own life.