The Holy Father is recommending us to study the Catechism of the Catholic Church, especially during the Year of Faith, and as a fundamental text for the work of the new evangelization. Here’s a resource to help you delve into the Catechism. If you don’t have a copy, go to http://www.vatican.va and click on “Resource Library” on the main page.

Dominus mihi adjutor

One of the tragically under-utilized resources of the Church is the Catechism of the Catholic Church. It is a rich, readable, and reliable compendium of the teaching of the Church on pretty much everything. Most people, myself included, usually use it ad hoc, dipping in as need requires. But this is to miss the structure that makes the whole book cohere and logically flow.

However, why don’t we read it, cover to cover? Some clever boys have decided to help us do that. They have started a website from which you can download each day week (!) a podcast/audio file (or just use it online) which will cover a number of paragraphs of the Catechism each day. All you have to do is listen, or grab your copy of the Catechism and follow along as it is read out to you. If you do not have a copy…

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