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"The Church designates certain people as saints, who are extraordinary examples for Catholics to follow. But, when St. Paul addressed his letters to saints, he meant all Christians, not just a select few. He calls us all saints because to be a saint means to be holy, or set apart for God. In How to Be a Saint, author Jim Papandrea helps us acknowledge our holiness by outlining the fruits of the Holy Spirit and providing practical steps for everyday application. Love, patience, and self control are a few examples of the fruits that can lead any saint to understand God's will."
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James L. Papandrea, MDiv, PhD, is assistant professor of church history at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois. He writes, lectures, conducts retreats, and leads days of recollection for people seeking to reenergize and reground their lives.
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