October 21, 2020

I believe in the Holy Spirit

On this page readers should find Catholic Apostolic teaching on I Believe in the Holy Spirit. Some times the essays will be interrelated with “Conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit, as the third person of the Holy Trinity is mention twice in the Apostles Creed. This area of theology is somewhat neglected until Pope John Paul II wrote A Catechesis on the Creed and his book three, The Spirit – Giver of Life and Love. John Paul makes a significant contribution some even regard it “Encyclopedia in nature in his reflection on the Holy Spirit. is considered. Although City true to form will continue emphasizing the Early Fathers and doctors of the church, many think this work timely with regard to the Church and to all the false prophets and christian teachings that abound in society circles today, Hopefully City readers will learn what the Holy Spirit is really all about, then you can discern what He is NOT.

The Catholic Catechism gives this statement Article 8, (the eighth statement in the Creed. The paragraphs ccc#687 through ccc#747. cover the topic for deeper understanding of what we believe. the first two are listed below. One more thing, the Holy Spirit was referred to by Jesus Christ in the new testament several times and always as HE, male gender. If you hear from others, a female or something else, well this is not what the Apostles wrote of what Jesus said of the third person on the Holy Trinity.

I believe in the Holy Spirit Article 8

CCC: 687.“No one comprehends the thoughts of God except the Spirit of God.”7 Now God’s Spirit, who reveals God, makes known to us Christ, his Word, his living Utterance, but the Spirit does not speak of himself. The Spirit who “has spoken through the prophets” makes us hear the Father’s Word, but we do not hear the Spirit himself. We know him only in the movement by which he reveals the Word to us and disposes us to welcome him in faith. The Spirit of truth who “unveils” Christ to us “will not speak on his own.”8 Such properly divine self-effacement explains why “the world cannot receive [him], because it neither sees him nor knows him,” while those who believe in Christ know the Spirit because he dwells with them.9

ccc#688 The Church, a communion living in the faith of the apostles which she transmits, is the place where we know the Holy Spirit: – in the Scriptures he inspired; – in the Tradition, to which the Church Fathers are always timely witnesses; – in the Church’s Magisterium, which he assists; – in the sacramental liturgy, through its words and symbols, in which the Holy Spirit puts us into communion with Christ; – in prayer, wherein he intercedes for us; – in the charisms and ministries by which the Church is built up; – in the signs of apostolic and missionary life; – in the witness of saints through whom he manifests his holiness and continues the work of salvation.

I believe in the Holy Spirit posts:

Are Charismatics Willing to Witness to the Truth?

Today the Catholic Church infiltrated by the scourge of modern Pentecostalism, as it is known (or called), the Charismatic Movement. Although flailing and limping to its near death, never the less many Catholics are deceived due to their desires to hold to the Azusa Street, masonic myth and fraud. This essay intends to challenge all […]

Trinity – Holy Spirit – bible search “Spirit of God” in Old Testament

There are people who only accept the Old Testament and do not believe in God the Son or God the Holy Spirit, below are over 120 verses from the Old Testament that proclaims God the Holy Spirit, over and over again. So they cut-off heads instead of reading their book? “And the Lord came down […]


Servant of the Servants of God. Greetings and [my] apostolic blessing to all the Christian faithful. Preserving Church from Modernism’s Errors The papal bull Auctorem Fidei was a forceful condemnation of the errors of the robber synod of Pistoia which had taken place in 1786 in Pistoia (Tuscany), Italy. This document preserves the church from MODERNISTS, that […]

St. Augustine’s, Homily 7 on the First Epistle of John; of Christian Love – 1 John4:4-12

1 John4:2-12 ‘Douay Rheims’ [2] By this is the spirit of God known. Every spirit which confess that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh, is of God: [3] And every spirit that dissolve Jesus, is not of God: and this is Anti-Christ, of whom you have heard that he come, and he is now […]

Seek the Understanding of Faith from the Holy Spirit

City Intro: For thou hast given me, O Lord, a delight in thy doings: and in the works of thy hands I shall rejoice……all the workers of iniquity shall be scattered…thy thoughts are exceeding deep. (Ps92:5,6,10) “Bonum est confiteri “”WOW” Monday’s gospel reminds us about oaths.(Mt23:13-22) In brief, evil people swear oaths, they are held […]

Hilary: God builds and protects His City

Psalm 127 {126} Nisi Dominus. Nothing can be done without God’s grace and blessing. [1] Unless the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it. Unless the Lord keep the city, he watch in vain that keep it. [2] It is vain for you to rise before light, rise ye after you […]


FEAST OF MOST HOLY TRINITY AND FATHER’S DAY DIVINUM ILLUD MUNUS – Given at St. Peter’s, in Rome, on the 9th day of May, 1897, in the 20th year of Our Pontificate (Excerpts Only ) That divine office which Jesus Christ received from His Father for the welfare of mankind, and most perfectly fulfilled, had […]

The Mission of the Holy Spirit in the Church

From the dogmatic Constitution on the Church of Second Vatican Council (Lumen Gentium , nn et 12) [source “Liturgy of the Hours”] This is He that came by water and blood, Jesus Christ: not by water only, but by water and blood. And it is the Spirit which testifies, that Christ is the truth. (1Jn5:6) […]

The Enchiridion, on Faith, Hope and Charity day 7

Theological Virtues Per St Augustine, Doctor of the Church, Bishop of Hippo (354-430 AD) The author usually calls the book On Faith, Hope and Love, because he treats the subject under these three heads cf. (1Cor13:13). He follows under the first head the order of the Apostles’ Creed, and refutes, without naming them, the Manichaan, […]

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