A bestseller since its release, the Catechism of the Catholic Church is a fantastic resource for what we believe and why. It has helped Catholics have a greater understanding of the Faith. The Catechism stands, in the words of Pope John Paul II, is "a sure norm for teaching the faith" and an "authentic reference text."
But reading the 904 page Catechism cover to cover is not always a manageable experience. While a glorious gift to the universal Church, it can be quite intimidating.
A Year with the Catechism: 365 Day Reading Plan is a step to uncovering the treasures in the pages of the Catechism. This practical tool helps Catholics open up the riches of this most important document. Each day draws attention to recurring themes and explains terms from Tradition that might be unfamiliar, while highlighting the spiritual and pastoral elements of the text. It not only unlocks the purpose of the Catechism but how it is used in teaching the faith.
This commentary is intended to make reading the Catechism both a manageable and enjoyable experience. Whether read alone or as part of a reading group, this book is essential to participate fully in the God's redemptive plan. Readers will discover and learn to appreciate the wealth of treasure the Catechism holds.
ABOUT THE CATECHISM:
The second edition of the Catechism of the Catholic Church was revised in accordance with the official Latin text promulgated by then Pope John Paul II in 1997. It is the first new compendium of Catholic doctrine regarding faith and morals in more than 400 years.
Title: A Year with the Catechism: 365 Day Reading Plan
By: Petroc Willey, Dominic Scotto, Donald Asci, Elizabeth Siegel
Number of Pages: 384
Vendor: Our Sunday Visitor
Publication Date: 2018
Weight: 1 pound