ECHO with Bishop Donald Hying
The Ninth Commandment: Practice Purity of Heart
Episode 11 • 4m 54s
"You shall not covet your neighbor's wife." The Ninth Commandment teaches us to live with purity of heart. We live in a world that is deeply corrupted by lust and sin, where human persons are often used as objects to fulfill selfish desires. God presents us with a glorious alternative: purity of heart. We were created to live with integrity, humility, goodness, and modesty, which allow us to properly order our relationships according to God's plan. In this study, we will explore how Jesus Christ allows us to experience true purity of heart.
Read and Study: United States Catholic Catechism for Adults Chapter 33 (pgs. 439-446)
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