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Doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church
Infused righteousness forms the basis for the doctrine of justification in the Roman Catholic Church and is rooted in the theology of Thomas Aquinas. The doctrine states that through keeping the commands of Christ, regular confession and penance, and receiving the sacraments, God's grace/righteousness is "infused" in believers more and more over time, and their own "righteousness in the flesh" becomes subsumed into God's righteousness.
- Christian Classics Ethereal Library: Archived 2016-10-10 at the Wayback Machine Righteousness - Imputed, Imparted or Infused?
- Theopedia: Infused Righteousness
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