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    Library Website Reviews What You Need to Know Catholic Dictionary Catechism Church Fathers Most Collection Free eBooks Catechism of the Catholic Church Christ s death is the unique and definitive sacrifice 613 Christ s death is both the Paschal sacrifice that accomplishes the definitive redemption of men through the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world 439 and the sacrifice of the New Covenant which restores man to communion with God by reconciling him to God through the blood of the covenant which was poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins 440 614 This sacrifice of Christ is unique it completes and surpasses all other sacrifices 441 First it is a gift from God the Father himself for the Father handed his Son over to sinners in order to reconcile us with himself At the same time it is the offering of the Son of God made man who in freedom and love offered his life to his Father through the Holy Spirit in reparation for our disobedience 442 Notes 439 Jn 1 29 cf 8 34 36 I Cor 5 7 I Pt 1 19 440 Mt 26 28 cf Ex 24 8

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    eBooks Catechism of the Catholic Church Jesus substitutes his obedience for our disobedience 615 For as by one man s disobedience many were made sinners so by one man s obedience many will be made righteous 443 By his obedience unto death Jesus accomplished the substitution of the suffering Servant who makes himself an offering for sin when he bore the sin of many and who shall make many to

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    is as good as 1 000 Help set a new record for the number of gifts this month Goal 1 000 769 to go Catechism of the Catholic Church Jesus consummates his sacrifice on the cross 616 It is love to the end 446 that confers on Christ s sacrifice its value as redemption and reparation as atonement and satisfaction He knew and loved us all when he offered his life 447 Now the love of Christ controls us because we are convinced that one has died for all therefore all have died 448 No man not even the holiest was ever able to take on himself the sins of all men and offer himself as a sacrifice for all The existence in Christ of the divine person of the Son who at once surpasses and embraces all human persons and constitutes himself as the Head of all mankind makes possible his redemptive sacrifice for all 617 The Council of Trent emphasizes the unique character of Christ s sacrifice as the source of eternal salvation 449 and teaches that his most holy Passion on the wood of the cross merited justification for us 450 And the Church venerates his cross

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    divine person he has in some way united himself to every man the possibility of being made partners in a way known to God in the paschal mystery is offered to all men 453 He calls his disciples to take up their cross and follow him 454 for Christ also suffered for us leaving us an example so that we should follow in his steps 455 In fact Jesus desires to associate with his redeeming sacrifice those who were to be its first beneficiaries 456 This is achieved supremely in the case of his mother who was associated more intimately than any other person in the mystery of his redemptive suffering 457 Apart from the cross there is no other ladder by which we may get to heaven 458 IN BRIEF 619 Christ died for our sins in accordance with the scriptures I Cor 15 3 620 Our salvation flows from God s initiative of love for us because he loved us and sent his Son to be the expiation for our sins I Jn 4 10 God was in Christ reconciling the world to himself 2 Cor 5 19 621 Jesus freely offered himself for our salvation Beforehand during the Last Supper he both symbolized this offering and made it really present This is my body which is given for you Lk 22 19 622 The redemption won by Christ consists in this that he came to give his life as a ransom for many Mt 20 28 that is he loved his own to the end Jn 13 1 so that they might be ransomed from the futile ways inherited from their fathers I Pt 1 18 623 By his loving obedience to the Father unto death even death on a cross Phil 2 8 Jesus fulfils the

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    and his glorious and risen state today The same person of the Living One can say I died and behold I am alive for evermore 465 God the Son did not impede death from separating his soul from his body according to the necessary order of nature but has reunited them to one another in the Resurrection so that he himself might be in his person the meeting point for death and life by arresting in himself the decomposition of nature produced by death and so becoming the source of reunion for the separated parts 466 626 Since the Author of life who was killed 467 is the same living one who has risen 468 the divine person of the Son of God necessarily continued to possess his human soul and body separated from each other by death By the fact that at Chnst s death his soul was separated from his flesh his one person is not itself divided into two persons for the human body and soul of Christ have existed in the same way from the beginning of his earthly existence in the divine person of the Word and in death although separated from each other both remained with one and the same person of the Word 469 You will not let your Holy One see corruption 627 Christ s death was a real death in that it put an end to his earthly human existence But because of the union which the person of the Son retained with his body his was not a mortal corpse like others for it was not possible for death to hold him NT and therefore divine power preserved Christ s body from corruption 470 Both of these statements can be said of Christ He was cut off out of the

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    the Catholic Church Christ in the tomb in his body 625 Christ s stay in the tomb constitutes the real link between his passible state before Easter and his glorious and risen state today The same person of the Living One can say I died and behold I am alive for evermore 465 God the Son did not impede death from separating his soul from his body according to the necessary order of nature but has reunited them to one another in the Resurrection so that he himself might be in his person the meeting point for death and life by arresting in himself the decomposition of nature produced by death and so becoming the source of reunion for the separated parts 466 626 Since the Author of life who was killed 467 is the same living one who has risen 468 the divine person of the Son of God necessarily continued to possess his human soul and body separated from each other by death By the fact that at Chnst s death his soul was separated from his flesh his one person is not itself divided into two persons for the human body and soul of Christ have existed

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    Contact Us Advertise Subscribe Login Donate Resources Home Library Website Reviews What You Need to Know Catholic Dictionary Catechism Church Fathers Most Collection Free eBooks Catechism of the Catholic Church You will not let your Holy One see corruption 627 Christ s death was a real death in that it put an end to his earthly human existence But because of the union which the person of the Son retained with his body his was not a mortal corpse like others for it was not possible for death to hold him NT and therefore divine power preserved Christ s body from corruption 470 Both of these statements can be said of Christ He was cut off out of the land of the living 471 and My flesh will dwell in hope For you will not abandon my soul to Hades nor let your Holy One see corruption 472 Jesus Resurrection on the third day was the sign of this also because bodily decay was held to begin on the fourth day after death 473 Notes 470 St Thomas Aquinas STh III 51 3 471 Isa 53 8 472 Acts 2 26 27 cf Ps 16 9 10 473 Cf I

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    Most Collection Free eBooks Connect Home On Facebook On Twitter eNewsletters Site Tour Web Widgets Feeds Contact Us Advertise Subscribe Login Donate Resources Home Library Website Reviews What You Need to Know Catholic Dictionary Catechism Church Fathers Most Collection Free eBooks Catechism of the Catholic Church Buried with Christ 628 Baptism the original and full sign of which is immersion efficaciously signifies the descent into the tomb by the Christian who dies to sin with Christ in order to live a new life We were buried therefore with him by baptism into death so that as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father we too might walk in newness of life 474 IN BRIEF 629 To the benefit of every man Jesus Christ tasted death cf Heb 2 9 It is truly the Son of God made man who died and was buried 630 During Christ s period in the tomb his divine person continued to assume both his soul and his body although they were separated from each other by death For this reason the dead Christ s body saw no corruption Acts 13 37 Notes 474 Rom 6 4 cf Col 2 12

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