Item description for Living the Catechism of the Catholic Church: Paths of Prayer (Paths Of Prayer #2) by Christoph Cardinal Schonborn, Michael J. Miller & Christoph Cardinal Von Schonborn...
Cardinal Christoph Schonborn, the editor of the monumental Catechism of the Catholic Church, a world-wide best seller, provides a brief and profound commentary on the second part of the Catechism, the sacraments, Schonborn gives an incisive, detailed analysis of the sacraments, providing a specific meditation for each week of the year on how to better live the Catholic faith with the aid of the sacraments and the Mass, and explained in the Catechism, Through these 52 meditations, Schonborn's hope is for the reader to not just have a better grasp of the Catholic doctrine and belief, but especially to grow in a greater love of and devotion to the person of Jesus Christ.
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Studio: Ignatius Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.27" Width: 4.84" Height: 0.46" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Mar 17, 2000
Publisher Ignatius Press
Series Paths Of Prayer
Series Number 2
ISBN 0898707277 ISBN13 9780898707274 UPC 008987072775
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More About Christoph Cardinal Schonborn, Michael J. Miller & Christoph Cardinal Von Schonborn
Christoph Cardinal Schonborn, the Archbishop of Vienna, is the former director of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
Christoph Cardinal Schonborn has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Living the Catechism of the Catholic Church: The Sacraments?
Pithy Reflections on the Catechism Jan 13, 2007
In this volume Cardinal Schönborn has gathered the reflections which he wrote on the second part of the Catechism, regarding the sacraments. They were originally published in his diocesan newspaper, and his reflections for the other three parts of the Catechism can also be found in similar volumes under the same title.
These reflections are short, typically no more than two pages and the flow closely follows the flow of the catechism, in each of them he picks out and highlights key points for instance delving more in depth into the importance of church music, of sacramentals, and of the present "today"
The Catechism itself is a beautiful wonderfully written work, and this little volume as well as its companions help to shed even more light on it.