Living the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Vol. 4

Paths of Prayer

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  • Product Code: LCCC4P
  • ISBN/UPC: 9780898709568
  • Pages: 130
  • Availability: In stock
  • Publication date: February 05, 2003
  • Weight: 6oz
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    Faith Fundamentals
Cardinal Schönborn, the editor of the monumental Catechism of the Catholic Church, a worldwide best seller, provides a brief and profound commentary on the fourth part of the Catechism, the Paths of Prayer. Schönborn gives an incisive, detailed analysis of the Paths of Prayer, providing a specific meditation for each week of the year on how to develop a deeper life of prayer, as explained in the Catechism. Through these 52 meditations, Schönborn helps the reader to have a better grasp of Catholic prayer in its various forms, with a special emphasis on the Lord’s Prayer. This book will aid one’s growth in a greater love of and devotion to the Person of Jesus Christ.

“In prayer there are joys that cannot be compared with any other joy, and at the same time prayer is a constant struggle. But in either case we do not do it alone: we pray as members of a great praying community—and it is much larger than we can suspect—and we do not struggle alone to pray. Many invisible helpers—in heaven and here on earth—are with us and assist us.”
—Christoph Cardinal Schönborn

Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn

Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn, the Archbishop of Vienna, is a renowned spiritual teacher and writer. He was a student of Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI) and with him was co-editor of the monumental Catechism of the Catholic Church. He has authored numerous books including Jesus, the Divine PhysicianChance or Purpose?Behold, God's Son, and Living the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

“Deserves wide circulation. No one is better qualified than Schönborn to write on how the Catechism is to be lived. An indispensable companion to the Catechism.” 
Fr. John Hardon, S.J., Author, A Treasury of Catholic Wisdom