QUICK LESSONS FROM THE CATECHISM

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1. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Crucifixion of Our Lord Jesus Christ 

2. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ 

3. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Ecclesial Ministry and the Pope

4. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Importance of Work 

5. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The First Commandment – False Gods, Divination, and No Graven Images

6. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: ‘Respect for bodily integrity’

7. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Sacramentals 

8. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Safeguarding Peace 

9. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Ascension of Our Lord 

10. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Witness of Martyrdom

11. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Sacrament of Holy Orders 

12. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Freedom of Humanity and Religious Freedom

13. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Importance of Fasting  

14. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Kingdom of God 

15. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Transfiguration of the Lord 

16. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Respect for the Dead and Christian Funerals 

17. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Consecrated Life (and Two Savio Grads)

18. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Sacrament of the Eucharist

19. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Truth, Beauty, and Sacred Art 

20. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Angels 

21. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Expressions of Prayer 

22. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Creation of the World

23. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Euthanasia and Suicide

24. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Where is the Liturgy Celebrated? (And The Lateran Basilica)

25. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Faith and Reason 

26. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Preparations of the Christmas Mystery

27. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Christmas Mystery

28. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Family in God’s Plan

29. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: I Believe in Jesus Christ, the Only Son of God

30. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Mysteries of Jesus’ Infancy and Hidden Life

31. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Baptism of Jesus Christ

32. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Abortion (and the March for Life) 

33. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Way of Prayer

34. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Battle of Prayer (a.k.a. Prayer is a Battlefield) 500th Blog Post. 

35. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Singing and Music (the Benedictines of Mary) 

36. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Creeds

37. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Last Supper and the agony at Gethsemani

38. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Love for the Poor 

39. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Sacraments of Christian Initiation and RCIA

40. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Visible World and Respect for the Integrity of Creation

41. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Sacrament of Holy Matrimony 

42. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Love Between Husband and Wife (and NFP Awareness Week)

43. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Sacrament of Baptism

44. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Morality of Human Acts

45. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Obedience of Faith

46. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: ‘Conceived by the Holy Spirit and Born of the Virgin Mary’

47. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Son of God Became Man – The Incarnation

48. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Church in God’s Plan

49. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Church – the People of God, Body of Christ, and Temple of the Holy Spirit

50. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Exorcisms 

51. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Communion of Saints

52. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Sacred Scripture 

53. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Sacrament of Reconciliation and Penance 600th Blog Post 

54. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick

55. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Use of Social Communications Media 

56. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Ten Commandments 

57. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Mary — Mother of Christ, Mother of the Church 

58. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Lord’s Prayer

59. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: “Our Father Who Art In Heaven”

60. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Seven Petitions in the Lord’s Prayer

61. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Resurrection of the Body (And One Year Without Dad)

62. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Respect for Human Life and Health

63. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: Pentecost and ‘I Believe in the Holy Spirit’

64. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: ‘In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit’

65. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Person and Society

66. Quick Lessons from the Catechism: What is Prayer? 

67. Quick Lessons from the Catechism – The Family in God’s Plan

7 thoughts on “QUICK LESSONS FROM THE CATECHISM

  1. Tom,

    Could you please show in the New Testament and in The Writings of The Early Father’s, before The Edict of Milan, where Christians were Praying to and Venerating Mary.?? Thank you very much. Jim E.

    • Jim – See the book published by Ignatius Press titled, Mary and the Fathers of the Church. It was written by Luigi Gambero. The first hundred pages are pre-Edit of Milan. I have also drawn from this book as well when I have written on the Early Church Fathers. I hope this will suffice.

      • Tom,
        Thank you for responding and I have ordered the Book at Amazon. I was also able to peruse the first hundred pages on-line, and found little Veneration to Mary unlike The Catholic Faith of today. My question of course is why? What happened in the years since The Edict of Milan that saw the development of “Marian Worship”?
        I am a truth seeker, that is all. When I first started my investigation, I was hesitant to read The Early Church about the subject, for obvious reasons. But I finally did and was surprised what I found.

        Thanks again and I will be waiting for your future posts.

        Again thank you for your effort,

        God Bless,

        Jim Eckland
        Gilford, N.H.

      • There is another book you want to consider also purchasing. It is titled – Mariology and it was written by Rev. M.J. Scheeben (Dr. Scott Hahn use to speak about this author in class when I was in grad school. I purchased the book some years ago). On pages 45-46, I think your answer might be found. I would write it out for you today, but I don’t have the time. Friends are coming over for an early dinner.

        Also, you refer to “Marian Worship” – although it might seem like worship to outside eye, worship and adoration is meant for God and God alone. Catholics don’t worship Mary! The term hyperdulia is a term that is referenced to her. Here is a good definition of hyperdulia – https://www.catholicculture.org/culture/library/dictionary/index.cfm?id=34033

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