The Roman Catechism was commissioned and published by St. Pius V as a result of the Council of Trent and the authorship was headed by St. Charles Borromeo. With two saints like those two in charge, you know it has to be good. It is set up the way one would expect an adult level Catechism to be, with a section about the Apostle’s Creed and it’s constituent parts, a section on the Sacraments (both in general and in particular), the Ten Commandments, and a section on prayer, with emphasis on the Lord’s Prayer.
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