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The two-volume Companion to the Catechism Collection includes an introduction to the Catechism and a reference library that cross-references all texts and Scriptures used in the Catechism itself.
These two resources were written and developed by experts on the material, Christoph Cardinal Schönborn, the Catechism’s general editor, and Joseph Cardinal Razinger, who at the time served as the head of the Bishops Commission for the implementation of the Catechism.
The Catechism is a wealth of instruction and teaching on all of the Catholic Church’s beliefs, including prayers, creeds, sacraments, and more. And along with the Scriptures, it includes valuable readings and texts from councils, Church fathers, and popes.
An Introduction the Catechism of the Catholic Church
The first volume in the Companion to the Catechism Collection offers insight into how you should approach and read the Catechism to gain as much as possible from your studies. It also includes an overview of events leading up to the formation of the Catechism, its major themes, structures, and more.
A Collection of Texts Referred to in the Catechism of the Catholic Church
The second volume in the Companion set indexes the Catechism and cross-references each paragraph by the specific Scriptures and texts used. It’s perfect for easily and quickly accessing all of the Catechism’s source material.
This collection will serve as an indispensable addition to your study and use of the Catechism. And it’s especially valuable in digital form as it integrates into your entire theological library and all your Verbum tools.
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