Saturday, June 10, 2017

Catechism Lessons - 2

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, USA - 1946

INDEX TO OTHER LESSONS


Who is God?

God is the Creator of heaven and earth, and of all things.

Why is God called "the Creator?"
God is called the Creator, because He made all things out of nothing, simply by His will.
"For He spoke and they were made; He commanded and they were created." Ps. 32:9.

Why did God make heaven and earth?
God made heaven and earth because it pleased Him to show forth His glory and to have angels and men share in His happiness. 


Advanced Catechism of Catholic Faith and Practice, 1922



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