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(1910) [MARC] Author: Mary Karadja
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within their hearts the Good-will, so that the Ladder
may soon be raised heavenwards!
After these introductory remarks, it is time to ex-
amine the original Meaning of the Sacraments.
The word Sacbamentum is the Latin translation of
the Greek word fii/o-Tn’piov (Mystery).
In ancient times it simply signified the sign and
symbol of a Divine Secret.
What could this Secret be ?
Knowledge of the Great Central Truth hidden in
all the ancient Mysteries—the Truth which is the
essence of all religions worthy of the name. REGENE-
RATION is the precious kernel everywhere embedded
deep in the husk of empty ceremonies.
Regeneration is a word with which all Christians are
familiar, but few people realize what it really means.
It has degenerated into a current term of the religious
vocabulary—a term more or less void of sense.
Originally the entire drama of Salvation was con-
densed in this unique word

Let us carefully examine all that this term implies
Man is a potential God. Regeneration is the process
by which latent possibilities are transformed into
glorious actualities.

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