The Greatest Story Ever Told: Part I & II

Part One: Jesus and the Jews How did Jesus relate to Israel and the Old Covenant? Did this have something to do with the Jews’ negative reaction to Him? The Jews are responsible for His Death, right? Before explaining and addressing Christ’s Passion and Death, the Catechism pauses to consider Christ’s relationship with the JewsContinue reading “The Greatest Story Ever Told: Part I & II”

A Quick Discussion of Christ’s Death and Resurrection

Hello Friends! This is a brief post to share that the “In Brief” video for the week is live! This week we discussed Christ’s relationship with the Jews, His Death, Burial, Descent into Hell, Resurrection, and Ascension into Heaven. This is a very quick look at those topics! The deep dive will be two partsContinue reading “A Quick Discussion of Christ’s Death and Resurrection”

Man as Body and Soul, THE Original Sin, and the Promise of Jesus

Scroll down for an outline of the topics covered in this video. The Supplemental Resource Guide for this week is coming this weekend, so be sure to sign up for blog notifications to be reminded when it is available for download! Topics Covered in this Video: 0:44: Where to Download the FREE Catechism Reading GuideContinue reading “Man as Body and Soul, THE Original Sin, and the Promise of Jesus”

If Father’s Day is Hard for You…

If Father’s Day is hard for you, either because you did not have a loving father or because your father has passed away, God is here for you. Listen to the Catechism’s beautiful passage about how God’s identity as Father surpasses any human relationship. CCC 239: By calling God “Father”, the language of faith indicatesContinue reading “If Father’s Day is Hard for You…”

Setting the Tone for Studying the Catechism

In this first week of our Catechism Read-through, the Apostolic Constitution and Prologue establish the spirit in which we are to read and approach the Catechism. Does the Catechism Help us Correct Each Other? The Catechism is an ideal reference point to learn what the Church teaches and better explain her teachings in conversation. But,Continue reading “Setting the Tone for Studying the Catechism”