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Compendium To The Catechism Of The Catholic Church

By: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

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Catholics' hunger for the faith continues to grow. Pope Benedict XVI gives the Church the "food" that it seeks in the 598 questions and answers in the Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

This 200-page volume offers a quick synopsis of the essential contents of the faith as promulgated in the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

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Catholics' hunger for the faith continues to grow. Pope Benedict XVI gives the Church the "food" that it seeks in the 598 questions and answers in the Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

This 200-page volume offers a quick synopsis of the essential contents of the faith as promulgated in the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

The Compendium has a four-part structure, and includes a section on common prayers and Catholic doctrinal formulas.

Because of the question-and-answer format, catechetical leaders-parents, pastors, teachers, principals, and catechists-have a unique opportunity to dialogue with the faithful, and reinvigorate the Church's ongoing mission of evangelization and catechesis.

Individuals can come "to know the unfathomable riches of the salvific mystery of Jesus Christ" by reading, using, and memorizing parts of the Compendium of the Catechism.

An essential tool for youth and young adults, the Compendium is the perfect companion to a youth or young adult's Bible, spiritual reading, or textbook.

Catechetical leaders in high schools, colleges, and parishes will appreciate its versatility-as a reference book, discussion starter, or core resource for RCIA programs.

Product Code B0581
Topic Catechisms
Format Softcover Book
ISBN No
Pages 200
Publisher United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Author United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

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