40.THE QUESTION WAS:
St. Augustine said people can receive God's mercy in the Church for remission of crimes if they do what?
a. do Penance
b. have assurance
c. confess His name
St. Augustine wrote: "Yet those who do penance in accord with the kind of sin they have committed are not to despair of receiving God's mercy in the Holy Church, for the remission of their crimes, however serious." (St. Augustine, Echiridian 17:65)
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