Commentary on the Catechism of the Catholic Church

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Michael J. Walsh
Liturgical Press, 1994 - Religion - 440 pages
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Making faith-sense is a new term for an ancient practice. It is what the early Christians called mystical or wisdom theology: understanding life in the light of God's participation recorded in the Gospels, recognizing the signs of God's presence in everyday events and shaping one's life accordingly. In Making Faith-Sense, Robert Kinast shows all who seek to unify their life experience around their belief in God how to follow that ancient practice. Drawing upon the awardwinning process he has used with students for the ministry, Father Kinast explains how to make sense of family, work, and cultural experience from the perspective of Christian faith. Each chapter contains numerous real-life examples and practical guidelines that can be used privately or with a group.

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Contents

The human capacity for God and Gods initiative
6
The doctrine of faith paragraphs 142197
36
The doctrine on God paragraphs 198231
50
The doctrine of the Trinity paragraphs 232267
66
Creation and original sin paragraphs 268421
82
The incarnation of the Son of God paragraphs 422511
112
The mysteries of Christs life paragraphs 512570
127
The death of Christ his descent among the dead
143
The doctrine on the Eucharist paragraphs 13221419
259
Penance and reconciliation paragraphs 14201498
274
The anointing of the sick paragraphs 14991532
288
The sacrament of orders paragraphs 15331600
303
Marriage paragraphs 16011666
318
Our human vocation paragraphs 16912051
336
commandments 13
357
The encounter known as prayer paragraphs 25582758
395

The Holy Spirit paragraphs 683747
166
Eschatology paragraphs 9881065
205
The sacramental economy paragraphs 10661209
225
The sacraments of Christian initiation
242
The Lords Prayer paragraphs 27592865
410
Scripture index
427
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About the author (1994)

He is a librarian at Heythrop College, University of London. He also is the editor of the Commentary on the Catechism of the Catholic Church published by the The Liturgical Press and has written or edited more than a dozen works on the history of the Church.

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