THE MYSTERY OF PREDESTINATION by John Salza (Catholic theologian.)
Page 113; “God, however, willed to permit Adam to reject His grace and to sin.”
CCC 313; … Nothing can come but that that God wills.
MARY WAS FREE FROM ALL PERSONAL SIN John Paul II
“Testifies that Mary, free from original sin, was also preserved from all actual sin and that this initial holiness was granted to her in order to fill her entire life.
Trent expresses this conviction, affirming that no one can avoid all sins, even venial sins, throughout his life, unless he is given a special privilege, as the Church holds with regard to the Blessed Virgin (DS 1573).
The Council of Trent asserts, a special privilege guarantees this immunity from sin. And this is what happened with Mary.
The special privilege granted by God to her who is all holy leads us to admire the marvels accomplished by grace in her life.”
For Mary to commit even one act of sin it was a theological impossibility.
Because God granted to Mary her special privilege the immunity from sin and all the graces necessary to infallible accomplish her God’s gift of destiny/ fate.
Catholic Encyclopedia : Evil
“But we cannot say without denying the Divine omnipotence, that another equally perfect universe could not be created in which evil would have no place.”
If God would willed, He would create us with the privilege of immunity from sin and in this world would be no one could commit even a single act of sin.
CCC 310 But why did God not create a world so perfect that no evil could exist in it?
With infinite wisdom and goodness God freely willed to create a world in a state of journeying towards its ultimate perfection, 314 through the dramas of evil and sin. – God created the dramas of evil and sin for our benefit.
THE REASON GOD CREATED THE DRAMAS OF EVIL AND SIN.
Life without suffering would produce spoiled brats, not joyful saints.
Our struggle and tribulation while journeying towards our ultimate perfection through the dramas of evil and sin is the cost which in-prints the virtue/ nobility into our souls – the cost of our road to nobility and perfection.
In this world man has to learn by experience and contrast, and to develop by the overcoming of obstacles (Lactantius, “De ira Dei”, xiii, xv in “P.L., VII, 115-24. St. Augustine “De ordine”, I, vii, n. 18 in “P.L.”, XXXII, 986).
As we see above, we are all sinners because God willed to create us to be sinners for good reason, for the benefit of the entire human race.
If God would willed, He would granted all of us His special privilege the immunity from sin.
With the graces God granted to the Blessed Virgin, we all would accomplish the same holy life.
God designed the movie of the Blessed Virgin’s holy life from all eternity and given to her all the graces necessary to accomplish it.
In the same way, God designed the movie of our life from all eternity and given to us all the graces necessary to accomplish it.