Does salvation require good works?

Do catholics believe a person need only accept Jesus as their saviour to be saved or must they do good works as well?

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Salvation from the Catholic Answers Library**
]* Once Saved, Always Saved? by Jason Evert **
]* Is Justification Ongoing? by Mark Brumley**
]* It’s Not Over ‘til It’s Over by Tim Staples**
]* How should a Catholic reply to the question, “have you been saved?”**
]* What’s the difference between redemption and salvation?**
]* Where do I find info on salvation?**
]* Why do we hold to conditional salvation?**
]* Confused: I can’t be sure I’m going to heaven?**
]* What about eternal security?**
]* Does 1 John 5 confirm once saved, always saved?**
]* Can one lose salvation?**
]* Are we sacraments? **
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