The United States Catholic Catechism for Adults (USCCA), the new best-seller from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, is the guide for Catholics who seek to deepen their Catholic faith as well as those coming into the faith.
Who is the USCCA for?
The USCCA is for Catholic adults, especially:
How can a parish or individual use the USCCA?
The USCCA can be used in many different ways including:
What is in the USCCA?
Each of the 36 chapters in the USCCA are organized into seven sections.
How does the USCCA differ from the Catechism of the Catholic Church?
The USCCA and the Catechism are companion books. The USCCA is based on the Catechism, using it as the source for the sections on Catholic teaching and doctrine. But the USCCA contains more than statements about the faith - it includes discussion questions, meditations, and prayers to help the reader discover their faith in new and deeper ways.
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