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SUMMARY Catechismo della Chiesa Cattolica Compendio

Ue opportunity to dialogue with the faithful and reinvigorate the Church's ongoing mission of evangelization and catechesis US A helpful companion to the Catechism of the Catholic Church in summary uestion and answer format with references to the corresponding paragraphs of the Catechism Ideal for memorization and uick lookups Like the larger paperback version of the Catechism the Compendium contains beautiful full page prints taken from the rich history of liturgical art with commentary at the start of each section

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Catechismo della Chiesa Cattolica Compendio

Pope Benedict XVI gives the Church the food that it seeks in the 598 uestions and answers comprising the official summary of t If you are a Catholic and you want to know your church better go for this book This is a compendium and prior to reading this book I did not know what the word meant A compendium according to the dictionary is a collection of concise but detailed information about a particular subject esp in a book or other publication So there is a thicker and comprehensive Guide to the Cathechism of the Catholic Church for those who want to dig deeper This is not a summary or an abridged but a compendium that hopefully will make you interested to read the thicker catechism But if you feel that reading a thick book about religion is daunting start with this oneThe format is A and since I have been reading many other Catholic books and since I have been a practicing Catholic since the day I first came to church with my mom 40 years ago some of them are already familiar to me So what I did I read the uestion first and if I knew the answer I just browsed and saw if there was something that I could still ponder on Most of the time none so that made my reading faster However there were those familiar uestions that I felt I knew the answer but it was also nice to be reminded and appreciated how the answer has grown into me since I was a kid So overall it was a positive learning or re learning experience through readingLet me share to you those that I had to read carefully because these were the re learning answers for me 117 Who is responsible for the death of JesusThe passion and death of Jesus cannot be imputed indiscriminately either to all Jews that were living at that time or to their descendants Every single sinner that is every human being is really the cause and the instrument of the sufferings of the Redeemer and the greater blame in this respect falls on those above all who are Christians and who the often fell into sin or delight in their vicesWhy is this a re learning for me I am to be blamed than the Jews during that time395 When does one commit a mortal sinOne commits a mortal sin when there are simultaneously present grave matter full knowledge and deliberate consent This sin destroys charity in us deprives us of sanctifying grace and if unrepented leads us to the eternal death of hell It can be forgiven in the ordinary way by means of the sacraments of Baptism and of Penance and of ReconciliationWhy is this a re learning for meI thought that mortal sins were those against the 10 commandments396 When does one commit a venial sinOne commits a venial sin which is essentially different from a mortal sin when the matter involved is less serious or even if it is grave when full knowledge or complete consent are absent Venial sin does not break the covenant with God but is weakens charity and manifests a disordered affection for created goods It impedes the progress of a soul in the exercise of the virtues and in the practice of moral good It merits temporary punishment which purifiesWhy is this a re learning for meI thought that all sins that were not mortal were automatically venial Those that were not part of the 10 commandments including sins of omission398 What are vicesVices are the opposite of virtues They are perverse habits which darken the conscience and incline one to evil The vices can be linked to the seven so called capital sins which are pride avarice envy anger lust gluttony and sloth or acediaWhy is this a re learning for me I have a friend who loves to drink alcohol and he is saying that he is not sinning by drinking He is correct but he is the only one who can tell if his drinking does not lead him into any of the capital sins What I know is that sometimes he has hangover and int he morning he feels lazy slothful to go to the church to attend the Sunday massThere are many other uestions that are nice to know particularly about the Catholic church s stand on arms struggle and work I also enjoyed reading the Formulas of Catholic Doctrine at the end part of the book particularly The three theological virtues1 Faith2 Hope3 CharityThe four cardinal virtues1 Prudence2 Justice3 Fortitude4 TemperanceThe five precepts of the Church1 You shall attend Mass on Sundays and on holy days of obligation and remain free from work or activity that could impede the sanctification of such days Goodreads on Sunday if it makes me lazy to go to the Church2 You shall confess your sins at least once a year My last confession was just last month so my next will be next year3 You shall receive the sacrament of the Eucharist at least during the Easter Season If this meant communion then I am taking it almost every Sunday4 You shall observe the days of fasting and abstinence established by the Church I do but I will be serious this year5 You shall help to provide for the needs of the Church I should be serious about this as wellNice read It anchors your faith really by knowing or by being reminded of what you have to believe as a practicing Catholic

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He Catechism of the Catholic Church Because of the book's format parents pastors teachers principals and catechists have a uni Interesting to see how progressive the Church is with interpreting the 7th Commandment Thou Shalt Not Steal Includes not using too much of our natural resources Looking forward to the revision for the 21 century regarding the 6th Commandment particularly for our LGBT community birth control and just generally a sex positive approach to lifeReminder of the 7 Capital Sins1 Price2 Covetousness3 Lust4 Anger5 Gluttony6 Envy 7 Sloth7 Corporal Works of Mercy1 Feed the hungry2 Give drink to the thirsty3 Clothe the naked4 Shelter the homeless5 Visit the sick6 Visit the imprisoned7 Bury the dead7 Spiritual Works of Mercy1 Counsel the doubtful2 Instruct the ignorant3 Admonish sinners4 Comfort the afflicted5 Forgive offenses6 Bear wrongs patiently7 Pray for the living and the dead


10 thoughts on “Catechismo della Chiesa Cattolica Compendio

  1. says:

    If you are a Catholic and you want to know your church better go for this book This is a compendium and prior to reading this book I did not know what the word meant A compendium according to the dictionary is a collection of concise but detailed information about a particular subject esp in a book or other publication So

  2. says:

    I got this when it came out flipped through it and then put it on the shelf where the poor thing was never moved until I gave an explanatory talk last night to the RCIA class about how to navigate your way around the Catechism and other related topics such as Imprimatur stamps etcWhen I was looking through it this morning to attempt to answer

  3. says:

    Finished reading this book together with Evangelium Participants’ Book This book can be challenging to read but it's a great reference book I feel it’s like a pocket dictionary for me A comprehensive guide on Catholic doctrinal teachings which can be used to clear my doubts or confusion for certain subjects

  4. says:

    This little book costs than the actual Catechism that it's meant to summarize But I have the Catechism and it's a little daunting whereas this looks manageable and I like the uestion answer format and all the nice color illustratio

  5. says:

    Interesting to see how progressive the Church is with interpreting the 7th Commandment Thou Shalt Not Steal Includes not using too much of our natural resources Looking forward to the revision for the 21 century regarding the 6th Commandment particularly for our LGBT community birth control and just generally a sex positive approach to life

  6. says:

    This is the one my husband and I read for our Understanding the Catholic Faith class aka RCIA The uestion and answer format is easy to understand and it's much less daunting than the unabridged version

  7. says:

    A helpful companion to the Catechism of the Catholic Church in summary uestion and answer format with references t

  8. says:

    A comprehensive guide on Christian faith and teachings Both challenging and enriching Something any self respecting Christian ought to have on their shelf

  9. says:

    This article is pretty much fantastic

  10. says:

    A good resource for the meaning an definitions of the many aspects of the Catholic Church It is a supplement of the Catechism of the Catholic Church