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On Mary's Assumption

Our Lady’s body suffered not decay,

Exempt from the determined consequence

Of carnal lust and fell concupiscence,

The penalty which Adam’s kind all pay.

Do I then rave if I speak of a Day… 66 more words

Poetry

Concupiscence beyond sex - a trip to the Desert

In Patristic anthropology, concupiscence is an important aspect of the inner workings of the human soul. Concupiscence is usually mentioned in the context either of the battle over grace & free will or of the early monastic movement. 724 more words

Classic Christianity

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He feigned compassion,

swore he sensed me spiritually.

but all ended, crashing,

when he couldn’t have my body.

What We Can Learn From Drug Addicts and Alcoholics

We will be observing Red Ribbon Week in the U.S. in less than a week.  Let it be a sign of our fervent opposition of both drugs and the abuse of otherwise benign substances, as well as our commitment to honoring the law enforcement officials who have risked and given their lives in the fight. 606 more words

Christianity

Davenant on concupiscence:

The regenerate hate this rebellious concupiscence within themselves, and that from a good will conformed to the Divine. But there is nothing hateful to God and good men, except sin. 471 more words

Ethics

concupiscence

An eager or vehement desire. Latin ” concupiscere”=to long for (something) < “con”=intensifer + “cupere”=to desire.

Etymology