Catechism in a Year – Week 4 (coming soon)

Our apologies for the delay in this video.  But for those of you who do not subscribe to the Google Calendar or the RSS feed, you may be wondering what the readings are for today.

Perhaps you’ve been in the routine of reading the Catechism readings in the morning, and this morning you realised you didn’t know what the readings were, and then you shook your fist at the heavens, cursed the name of Team Orthodoxy, and then suddenly catching yourself in your weakness, you repented immediately, apologizing to the Lord that you did not mean to curse Team Orthodoxy because you in fact love us dearly, and even so, nobody should be cursed, and then you made prayers of reparation and set an appointment with your local priest to go to confession… case that was a thing that just happened, Team Orthodoxy apologizes for putting you through such grief, and we forgive you for any bad things you said about us.  But you should still go to confession, nonetheless.

ON THAT NOTE… here’s the readings for this week.  (And keep waiting for the video, it is coming we promise!)

By November 15, read CCC 222-278

Nov 9: CCC 222-233
Nov 10: CCC 234-241
Nov 11: CCC 242-248
Nov 12: CCC 249-255
Nov 13: CCC 256-260
Nov 14: CCC 261-269
Nov 15: CCC 270-278


About Fr. Steve

I am happily a priest of Diocese of London, Ontario, as of April 25, 2015! Hooray!!! Some people are afraid to ask clergy questions sometimes, because they are worried about "what he'll think of me". I am happy to engage in any discussions you might want to have with me about the faith, and trust me, I have heard and probably even lived many of the crazy stories people might share and am not seeking to look down on you, but to help lift you up, wherever you are, to whatever degree you are willing to go. It's about you, and your relationship with God. That is what is most important to me. Since the Lord loves you without qualification, I try to impart the same courtesy.

Posted on November 9, 2012, in Catechism, Catechism in a Year, Catholic. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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