Roman Catholic theology works like this: You want to be justified, made right with God? Then you need "infused grace". God infuses it into you, it's righteousness and it's the grace of Christ and the righteousness of Christ and it's dumped into you. The infusion of grace takes place through the sacraments.
Every time you go to a Mass, every time you do penance, every time you say your beads, every time you go to confession, every time you do any of that you get more infused grace.
That's why some Roman Catholics go to church seven days a week, because they need lots of infused grace. They operate under fear that's why they go to confession. Not because they want to tell the priest all their sins, but because they want the infused grace that perpetuates them on the process to righteousness.
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