Catholic Dictionary

Power

The ability to exert authority, influence, or force over other persons or things. According to the Scriptures, all power comes from God (Ps 66:7). Divine power is manifest in creation and redemption, and ultimately in the life, death, resurrection, and glory of Jesus Christ.

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