By Christoph Schonborn [Schonborn, Christoph]
YOUCAT is brief for formative years Catechism of the Catholic Church, so one can be introduced on global early life Day. constructed with assistance from younger Catholics and written for high-school age humans and teenagers, YOUCAT is an obtainable, modern expression of the Catholic religion. The attractive image structure comprises Questions-and-Answers, highly-readable statement, precis definitions of keyword phrases, Bible citations and encouraging and thought-provoking prices from Saints and others within the margins. what is extra, YOUCAT is keyed to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, so humans can move deeper. It explains:
•What Catholics think and why (doctrine)
•How Catholics rejoice the mysteries of the religion (sacraments)
•How Catholics are to dwell (moral lifestyles)
•How they need to pray (prayer and spirituality)
The questions are direct and sincere, even now and then difficult; the solutions undemanding, proper, and compelling. YOUCAT will most likely turn into the "go-to" position for children to benefit the reality in regards to the Catholic religion. Illustrated.
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BLAISE PASCAL I have no imagination. I cannot picture God the Father. All that I can see is Jesus. BL. TERESA OF CALCUTTA (1910-1997, foundress of the Missionaries of Charity, Nobel Peace Prize winner) 11 Why do we hand on the faith? We hand on the faith because Jesus commands us: “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations” (Mt 28:19).  No genuine Christian leaves the transmission of the faith exclusively to specialists (teachers, pastors, missionaries). We are Christ for others. This means that every genuine Christian would like God to come to other people, too.
If God were not “true”, then faith and reason could not have a dialogue with each other. An agreement is possible, however, because God is truth, and the truth is divine. ” Ex 3:13-15 If God’s point of view does not exist, there is no truth beyond our subjective perspectives. ROBERT SPAEMANN (b. 1927, German philosopher) After I discovered that there is a God, it was impossible for me not to live for him alone. BL. CHARLES DE FOUCAULD (1858-1916, Christian hermit in the Sahara Desert) 33 What does it mean to say that God is love?
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YOUCAT: Youth Catechism of the Catholic Church by Christoph Schonborn [Schonborn, Christoph]