Charism without Sacramental Grace is Dead

“Charisms without Sacramental Grace is Dead” highlights the interplay between spiritual gifts and sacramental grace in Catholicism. Charisms, given by the Holy Spirit, include wisdom, healing, and prophecy, meant to build up the Church and serve the common good. However, their true efficacy and vitality depend on sacramental grace, the divine life conferred through the sacraments. This grace nourishes and sustains believers, ensuring that charisms remain spiritually vibrant and aligned with God’s will, ultimately fostering love, unity, and the Church’s mission.