The Council of Trent
If any one says, that, since Adam's sin, the free will of man is
lost and extinguished; or, that it is a thing with only a name, yea a name
without a reality, a figment, in fine, introduced into the Church by
him be anathema.
If any one says, that it is not in man's power to make his ways
evil, but that the works that are evil God works as well as those that are
good, not permissively only, but properly, and of Himself, in such wise that
the treason of Judas is no less His own proper work than the vocation of
Paul; let him be anathema.
If any one says, that all works done before Justification, in
whatsoever way they be done, are truly sins, or merit the hatred of God; or
that the more earnestly one strives to dispose himself for grace, the more
grievously he sins: let him be anathema.