Do this first when trying to break a habit of sin.
However, where we do we start? How can we put an end to it?
Venerable Louis of Granada, a Dominican priest of the 16th century, gives his advice in a book rightly called The Sinner’s Guide. In it, he gives a step-by-step plan for sinners who want to start practicing virtue and be released from their slavery to sin.
According to Granada, “The First Remedy against Sin [is] a Firm Resolution not to commit it.”
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