YOUTH CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH Dear young friends! Today I recommend for your reading an unusual book. It is unusual both because of its content and because of the way it came to be. I would like to tell you a little about how it was written, because then it will be clear why it is so unusual. You could say that it came to be from another work, whose origins go back to the 1980s. It was a difficult time for the Church and for society worldwide. New guidance was needed to find the path to the future. After the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965) and in a changed cultural situation, many people were confused about what Christians actually believe, what the Church teaches, whether in fact she can teach anything at all, and how everything can find its place in a culture that had changed from its very foundations. Is it still reasonable today to be a believer? These were the questions that even good Christians were asking.
Who is Jesus Christ: Wasn’t Jesus just a nice man, but often misunderstood philosopher? Jesus Christ, the Only Begotten Son of God made man. Fr John Morrison Talk followed by tea/coffee and night prayer.
Can we not just say a big Yes to Jesus and a big No to the Church? The Church as the living presence of Jesus and His chosen instrument for the salvation of the world. Mons. Denis Carlin. Talk followed by tea/coffee and night prayer.