“Roman Catholic?”

Teaching Delivered Through

Frances Marie Klug

March 22, 1980


“To be baptized a Roman Catholic does not mean you are a Roman Catholic in its fullest meaning.

You must live what Roman Catholicism stands for in the Eyes of God.

You must follow all that God has directed to be followed through this One True Church.

You must see the value of human life as a means to Sainthood, through charity, obedience, service to God, using time to honor Him, to serve Him through mankind.

To always be aware of Heaven, Hell and Purgatory.

To teach the young what God wants of them.

To help the elderly continue to live a normal, natural, fulfilled life.

To stabilize where weakness is evident.

To fortify those who find their life crumbling.

To enable others to live with hope, rather than live in hopelessness.

Christianity is only a word if it does not serve God with pure charity.”