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(1910) [MARC] Author: Mary Karadja
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that is absolutely Good : their mission is to support
that Will, once it is begotten, through the Grace of the
Holy Ghost.
This is, in a few words, ihe Inner Meaning of the
Great Mysteries of Incarnation and Immaculate Con-
ception, which have been the subject of such endless
controversy when applied to historical personages.
The Incarnation is the first step on the Heavenly
Ladder ; the Atonement is the last.
The Seven Sacraments are the divinely-appointed
means through which man ascends the intermediate
rungs :

Baptism corresponds to the Birth of the Christos
within the Soul.
CoNFlRMATON, to the gradual growth of the Divine
Eucharist, to His coming into the reception of His
Penance, to the struggle of the New and the Old
Extreme Unction, to the final death of the latter.
Holy Orders, to the Consecration of the Victorious
Christos as King, Priest, and Prophet.
Marriage, to the unto onystica, the indissoluble
union of the Redeemer and the Redeemed, that is.
Divine Spirit and Human Soul.

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