Monday, June 19, 2017

Catechism Lessons - 10

SUNGLASSES, 1963

INDEX TO OTHER LESSONS


On God and His Perfections.


If God is everywhere, why do we not see Him?
We do not see God, because He is a pure spirit and cannot be seen with bodily eyes.
Why is God said to have eyes, ears, hands, and feet?
God is said to have eyes, ears, hands, and feet, to help us to better realize that God sees all, hears all we say, has made all things, and that all should bow before Him.

Does God see us?

God sees us and watches over us.
How does God watch over us?
God watches over us by His Providence, providing for our welfare, and allowing nothing to happen without His will or permission. 

Advanced Catechism of Catholic Faith and Practice, 1922.




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