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Catechism of Christian Doctrine

The summary of the catechism of the Christian doctrine can be divided into three main headings; which are,
FAITH
HOPE and,
CHARITY (LOVE)

Catechism of Christian Doctrine: Catechism of the Catholic Church

FAITH

Faith has to do with your trust. Or as the church defines is “ A supernatural gift from God that enable us to believe without doubting or argument what ever God has revealed”
And it has two paths;
1.Faith as to man
2.The belief

FAITH AS TO MAN

As to do with;
1.Faith as to man his first creation
2.Faith as to man his last end

THE BELIEF

As to do with;
1.The belief in God the Father
2.The belief in Jesus Christ the Son
3.The belief in the Holy Spirit and,
4.The belief in the Holy Catholic Church

HOPE

The church defines HOPE as; “A supernatural gift of God, by which we firmly trust that God will give us enteral life and all means necessary to obtain it, if we do what he requires of us.”  Hope is main prayers as indicated below

The Lords prayer (THE OUR FATHER)

1.The seven blessings to be hoped for, and,
2.The seven blessing to be prayed for.

THE HAIL MARY

Assistance of the Blessed Virgin and of the Angels and Saints.

CHARITY (LOVE)

Charity is a supernatural gift of God by which we love God above all things and our neighbor as ourselves for God’s sake. This is of two parts;
1.The commandments
Of God and,
Of the church

2.The seven great means of grace corresponding of
The birth
The growth
The nourishment
The journey of the soul
The medicine
The christian priesthood
The christian family.

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Ref: Revised Edition, A Catechism of the Christian Doctrine,(1971).

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