Charity (or Love) is a participation in God's unconditional love. The growth of charity leads to self-surrender to God and to the compassionate love of others.
Chastity moderates desire for sexual pleasure, the body’s most imperious passion, according to principles of faith and right reason. The practice of chastity is control of our thoughts and discipline of our senses, especially the eyes. It is greatly assisted by modesty and purity.
Twelve Fruits of the Holy Spirit
Supernatural works that, according to St. Paul, manifest the presence of the Holy Spirit. The one who performs them recognizes God's presence by happiness experienced, and others the divine presence by witnessing these good works (Galatians 5:22-23). They are identifiable effects of the Holy Spirit. They are: Charity (Love), Joy, Peace, Patience, Goodness, Long-Suffering (Generosity), Kindness, Mildness (Gentleness), Faith, Modesty, Continency (Self-Control), and Chastity
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