Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Updated 12/23: Fr. Hardon on the new catechism and more

It seems like the Catechism of the Catholic Church (1994) is constantly touted as the norm for teaching the faith.  This goes unchallenged by just about everyone, but it is interesting that Fr. Hardon took issue with the text:

Update is part II

Something similar happened with the Youcat,  but not to the extent of a Father Hardon questioning the text.  The authors of this youth catechism even got Pope Benedict to endorse it... but as you will find listening to this talk there are some real issues

The solution is simple,Cardinal Burke reminded us recently of the Catechism of Pius X

"St. Pius X saw with clarity how religious ignorance not only leads individual lives, but also to the decay of society and a lack of balanced thinking in the most serious problems," said Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke, Prefect of the Apostolic Signatura at event surrounding the Catechism of St. Pius X 100 years after its publication, by the Kulturkreis of John Henry Newman on the 24th of May.  It was organized in Seregno.

Read the rest HERE

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