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Eloquently written, A Parent’s Catechism: Passing on the Catholic Faith by Dana Paul Robinson offers an articulate review of Catholicism as a faith and a way of life.
Presented in three parts based on the tripartite definition of faith, the book examines the knowledge of God, commitment to God, and surrender to God. The first section addresses the facts of the faith arising from the Old and New Testaments and Catholic Tradition and provides a brief history. The second section covers moral commitment and touches on the Ten Commandments, the Beatitudes, sin and service. The third part explores the sacraments and other channels of grace while touching on the challenge of placing one’s trust in God. The book’s Epilogue shows how the fundamental tenets of the faith provide great hope for the future.
Keywords:- Young Adult Catholics, Faith, Fundamentals Of The Faith, The Catholic Church, Passing On The Faith, Hope For The Future, Tenets Of The Faith, Vatican Ii, Faith: Knowledge, Commitment, Surrender, Ten Commandments, Seven Deadly Sins, Corporal And Spiritual, Works Of Mercy, Eight Beatitudes, Grace, Service, Suffering, Sacraments, Eucharist, History Of The Church, Synopsis Of Old And New Testaments, Fasting, Sacrifice, Visible And Invisible Church, Community Of Saints, Pentecost, Sanctification.