Introduction to Catholicism contains the same Catholic teaching found in the popular original textbook, with expanded topics. Based on the Catechism of the Catholic Church, this text covers the basic tenets of the Faith and what it means to be Catholic; to include an additional 200+ pages, a new design layout, and additional pieces of full-color liturgical art.
This textbook, one of four in the Didache Complete Course Series, is used by high schools, home school groups, RCIA, and is also suitable for anyone looking to broaden their Faith knowledge.
Twenty-five chapters, topics include:
The Holy Catholic Church
The Blessed Trinity
The Paschal Mystery
The Blessed Virgin Mary
The Sacraments and Prayer
Christian Morality and the Universal Call to Holiness
New chapter on Social Doctrine
The Didache Complete Course Series is the series of four high school textbooks, teacher's manuals, and student workbooks. Each title spans one academic year. As of 2009, the textbooks were being used in about one-third Catholic high schools.
This textbook is published with ecclesiastical approval from the Archdiocese of Chicago.
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