Catechism in a Year – Week 5 (coming soon)

Due to the delay in last week’s video, there’s also a delay in this week’s video (and next week could be delayed too, sorry).  I have burdened poor Chris with the task of making these videos for me while I am in the thick of Seminary papers and presentations, so I will be unable to lead the Catechism in a Year video these last few weeks before exams.  Then I’ll resume.  In the meantime, Chris is awesome and has had far more notoriety around the internet in Catholic circles than I have, having had one of his posts featured here in the National Catholic Register, so you guys are in good hands.

Anyway, here’s your readings for this week.  Sorry I didn’t post this Thursday, I forget not everyone has subscribed to the RSS feed/Google Calendar.

By November 22, read CCC 279-330

Nov 16: CCC 279-284
Nov 17: CCC 285-291
Nov 18: CCC 292-297
Nov 19: CCC 298-302
Nov 20: CCC 303-309
Nov 21: CCC 310-317
Nov 22: CCC 318-330

Subscribe to the reading assignments by RSS feed or Google Calendar:

https://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/c7sctc4recap2eoqhlk01hgukc%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic

(to add to Google Calendar, copy this link, and in Google Calendar, click “Other Calendars -> Add by URL” and paste the link)

Read the Catechism online:
http://www.scborromeo.org/ccc/ccc_toc2.htm

Or for an easier to read format: http://www.usccb.org/beliefs-and-teachings/what-we-believe/catechism/catechism-of-the-catholic-church/epub/index.cfm

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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 18, 2012, in Catechism, Catechism in a Year, Catholic. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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