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Dispositions for Faith

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By Bl. John Henry Cardinal Newman

"I think, then, that I shall be taking a subject suitable both to the season and the day if I attempt to set before you, my brethren, as far as time permits, how it is, humanly speaking, that a man comes to believe the revealed word of God, and why one man believes and another does not. And, in describing the state of mind and thought which leads to faith, of course I shall not be forgetting that faith, as I have already said, is a supernatural work and the fruit of divine grace. I shall only be calling your attention to what must be your own part in the process."

This Booklet Contains

  • The Sin of Unbelief
  • Points to Divine Law
  • The Dispositions of Catholics
  • "Arguments" for Religion