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The Teaching of the Catholic Church: A New Catechism of Christian Doctrine Paperback – 16 Oct 2000
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2 May 2013
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
This small booklet is an excellent, modern introduction to what Catholicism is about. It is soon to be reprinted, and deserves to become a key text for those wishing to explore the Catholic viewpoint on matters of the Christian faith. Staightforward and jargon-free, it does not replace the much older 'penny catchism,' but gives a much more up-to-date, question-and-answer style explanation of the main beliefs and teachings of the Catholic Church. Highly recommended for those seeking authoritative and scholarly information in an easy-to-understand format.
29 August 2003
This Catechism, presented in the same "question and answer" style as the old penny Catechism, is a thoughtful and thought-provoking presentation of the Catholic faith which would especially suit an intelligent enquirer. Its order of presentation is excellent. Herbert McCabe is a born teacher, and this text shows the fruit of the four years he devoted to writing such a short work. This new edition has a lively introduction by Timothy Radcliffe, the former Master of the Dominican Order. I cannot recommend the book highly enough.
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