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- The Baltimore Catchecism
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These last simply go into greater detail and have more questions than the No. The Baltimore Catechism, like any good catechism, teaches God's Will. What is God's Will for me? Being happy with Him in Heaven is why we exist. How do I know God's will for me personally, especially if I should not "interpret the Scriptures" to my own "perdition" as according to the book of St. Knowing the answers in the catechism and keeping a good spiritual life are the beginning. We know Him, love Him, and serve Him when we.
These ask us to obey our lawful superiors and practice the virtues. Certitude is as easy as this!
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This is how we know God's Will. If we violate these, we disobey God's will. Some people spend a lifetime wondering these answers that they could have learned in First Communion class. We learn what God wants through the Catholic Church, so I heartily recommend that even adults read a child's BC to learn the basics.
It is wonderful that parents learn the Faith at the same time as their children, yet think how much better it would have been if they'd known before. We know His will through the Catholic Church. He honors obedience even to the point of miracles! Vincent saw a man falling from a scaffolding full of bricks he stopped mid-miracle remembering that he wasn't supposed to work a miracle.
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He left the man suspended while he ran to ask permission of his superior. Of course, the superior said "Yes! If you need the answer, you can often find it in one sentence. Also, it is objective.
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Instead of asking in a subjective manner: Most Baltimore Catechism versions give objective answers that give certitude. No more wondering what to do. Certitude, knowing for certain what I should do, is a real blessing. Once you know the definition you can think well independently without the searching that is so prevalent today. Truth is truth and always concurs with truth! If you're teaching others I hope that you'll make the Baltimore Catechism the basis for your Religious Education program.
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Through the years, there were revisions to the catechism answers, only a few of which were good. They required that our children memorize the answers. It was their insistence on this version that lead to our Saint Anne's Helper Catechism downloads. Jesus Comes has the best answers. It also has wonderful short lessons for children on the related Bible stories. Even the pictures are modest and edifying. Questions such as "Who made the world? The Confession and Penance answers are much better, too, in that they use singular answers "we" do not have one conscience.
The Confirmation questions have had fewer changes throughout the years; yet here is one to watch in your catechism: The Catechism of the Council of Trent goes further to say that it cannot be "just any" oily greasy substance. That's a certain definition, so it's a good sign of a catechism that you can trust. If your students are young you will like the Baltimore Catechism, No.
If they're adults look at the next section to see The Catechism of the Council of Trent. More Confirmation catechism explanations here. T he CCT was not widely available till the late s.
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Pretty good recommendations there! One can go blind sorting through the many variations called the Catechism of the Catholic Church, so it's good to read the Catechism of Trent as it is a definitive catechism that no one refutes. The Church is the congregation of all those who profess the faith of Christ, partake of the same Sacraments, and are governed by their lawful pastors under one visible Head.
The members of the Church on earth may be divided into those who teach and those who are taught. Those who teach, namely, the Pope, bishops and priests, are called the Teaching Church, or simply the Church.
Those who are taught are called the Believing Church, or simply the faithful. The duty of the Teaching Church is to continue the work Our Lord began upon earth, namely, to teach revealed truth, to administer the Sacraments and to labor for the salvation of souls. The duty of the faithful is to learn the revealed truths taught; to receive the Sacraments, and to aid in saving souls by their prayers, good works and alms.
By "profess the faith of Christ" we mean, believe all the truths and practice the religion He has taught. By "lawful pastors" we mean those in the Church who have been appointed by lawful authority and who have, therefore, a right to rule us. The lawful pastors in the Church are: Every priest in his own parish; every bishop in his own diocese, and the Pope in the whole Church.
Vicar is a name used in the Church to designate a person who acts in the name and authority of another. Thus a Vicar Apostolic is one who acts in the name of the Pope, and a Vicar General is one who acts in the name of the bishop. One could not be Pope without being Bishop of Rome, and whoever is elected Pope must give up his title to any other diocese and take the title of Bishop of Rome.
Peter, whom Christ made the chief of the Apostles and the visible Head of the Church. Catholics are called Roman to show that they are in union with the true Church founded by Christ and governed by the Apostles under the direction of St. Peter, by divine appointment the Chief of the Apostles, who founded the Church of Rome and was its first bishop.
A bishop's diocese is sometimes called his see. The diocese of Rome, on account of its authority and dignity, is called the Holy See, and its bishop is called the Holy Father or Pope. It also undermines the authentic enrichment and updating the Second Vatican Council wanted to achieve. The Catholic Information Center has included the following quotes by several American bishops when the Baltimore Catechism was published.
You may be interested in reading about their opinions about this great American catechism and a supplement called The Explanation of the Baltimore Catechism , which helped teach children by adding questions, exercises, and Scripture references, as the St. Joseph edition does also.
His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons: A Religious spoke to me in very high terms of your book. I regard the opinion as of great value. William Henry Elder, D. I hope it will meet with great success. Apart from the very satisfactory development of the answers to the questions and apt illustrations of the subjects treated, the additional questions inserted in your book give it a special value.
P J Ryan, D. We give the work our cordial approval. William J Walsh, D. Thomas F Brennan, D.
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The list of questions and general index render it use very easy. M E Burke, D. It will be found an excellent textbook for Catholic schools and academies throughout the country and a most useful manual for all who are engaged in the instruction of our children.
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I wish it were in the hands of every teacher of Christian doctrine. In this Vicariate, where priest are few, and often obliged to receive converts into the Church without that thorough instruction which resident pastors can give, your book will be hailed with joy. I will do my utmost to make it known. Please send me one dozen copies. John J Hennessy, D. It makes the Catechism easy and interesting to both teacher and pupil.