Sunday, 27 June 2010

The Aquinas Cathechism Review, in a Nutshell!

The Aquinas Catechism is on of THE best catechisms that I have read. It explains the faith in a way that just about anyone could understand. The way that it does this is very interesting, too. It takes the three most popular prayers, the Our Father, Apostles Creed, and Hail Mary, and he explains each part, or, stanza. For example, he would take "I Believe in the Holy Spirit, the Holy Catholic Church, the Communion of Saints", and would explain what we believe about that, and what the heretics falsely believed on their part. This catechism will wrong the false beliefs that others have about the church, and will praise those who DO know what the church teaches. I would recommend this catechism as the next step up from the Baltimore Catechism, and almost on the same level as the official Catechism of the Catholic Church. To say, I give this very fine catechism 5 stars. The wonderful Sophia Instute sent me a lovely free copy of this book to review. God Bless them!

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