Explain "Sola Fide" to a Catholic from a Reformed/Calvinist Perspective

This is uncalled for.

I agree.


I would recommend, to those that are filled with Grace the Lord has given, to do their best to charitably display that particular Grace.

Alas, I often fall short in doing so.

Hi Tom Baum: You are correct in what you have said and I agree with your statement. One prays for God’s will be done, just we say in the Our Father “thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” Prayer is very much profitable, its never about changing Gods will but in doing Gods will, and hoping God will grant our prayers if it is His will. I also agree with that Jesus is teaching us how to pray and the Our Father has it all; it is the perfect prayer given to us by Jesus Himself.

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