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Published on March 8, 2014

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Originated Sin Interior Dimension: Concupiscence (remains after baptism); Interior inclination that comes from sin and leads to sin Social Dimension: Sinful World – sinful structures; where we are born into 7 Capital Sins 1) Anger – destructive aggressiveness 2) Envy – begrudging what belongs, to other, wishing them evil. 3) Lust – Disordered desire inordinate engagement of sexual pleasure 4) Gluttony – Excessive indulgence to food and drinks. 5) Greed – demising what belongs to others leading to stealing in people 6) Sloth – laziness, failing to do due effort 7) Pride – exalting oneself beyond what is due and true

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