“Know Thyself, and thy faults, and thus live.” - St. Augustine

Are you more likely to nurse a grudge—or worry too much about the opinions of others? Do you spend too much time daydreaming—or gossiping? Are you more frustrated by your failures—or judgmental of the failings of others?

Answering these questions and others like them can help you identify what is known as a “root sin” or a disordered attachment to some good.

Armed with this insight into your mind, heart, and your inclinations, you can make serious progress in the spiritual life.

With our new Root Sin Workbook, you’ll learn:

  • why it is important to understand and identify one’s root sin
  • what the three “root sins” are and the disordered attachments behind them
  • lists of the common manifestations of each one

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