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St. Thomas Aquinas
Catechetical Instructions

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The effect of baptism
 
The effect of Baptism is to remit both original and actual sin as well as 
all guilt and punishment which they incur. No kind of punishment must be 
enjoined for past sins upon those just newly baptized. Hence, those who die 
immediately after Baptism are admitted to the glory of God without delay. 
The effect, therefore, of Baptism is the opening of the gates of paradise.
 



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