Experience anew the power of Catholic teaching and open doors of understanding for those unfamiliar with the Church through this beautifully illustrated book originally written by Inos Biffi in Italian, Professor of Mediaeval and Systematic Theology at the Theological University of Northern Italy. Once a four-volume work, An Illustrated Catechism has been complied into a single text, organized according to the four main parts of the Catechism of the Catholic Church:
- The Creed: Examines each article of the Apostles' Creed, citing scriptural references
- The Sacraments: Helps the reader place the seven sacraments within the context of the New Testament and the important role they fulfill in the lives of Catholics
- The Commandments: Explains each of the Ten Commandments as a guide to Christian living
- Prayer: Introduces liturgical and private prayer and ends with a short collection of prayers common to our faith
With doctrinally sound explanations and artwork reminiscent of medieval illuminations, this will be a book you will want to read and display.
- Product Code: ILUSC
- ISBN: 978-1-56854-612-4
- Author: Inos Biffi
- Pages: 144
- Binding: Paperback
- Language: English
- Copyright: 2007
- Only ships to: USA, CAN, MEX
- 2 Pieces Per Package
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A little bit of care will help preserve your book for years to come. Wiping with a soft, clean cloth will take care of most dirt. A leather edition will be best preserved if occasionally treated with a suitable leather conditioner.
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