Chapter 6 – Prayer of the Church

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  • The title of this chapter parallels Part Two of the Catechism “The Celebration of the Christian Mystery”. The next chapter “Prayer of the Church” parallels Part Four of the Catechism “Christian Prayer”.
  • Part Two: The Celebration of the Christian Mystery is about group prayer, our prayer as a Church, liturgy (i.e. the sacraments)
  • Part Four: Christian Prayer is about our personal prayer life and it based off of the Our Father

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• Praying with the Church is an essential part our lives.
• Jesus is our greatest teacher in how to pray.
• Popular devotion and sacred images enrich the lives of Catholics.
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[wpspoiler name=” Sacred Scripture:” closebtn=”close”]Matthew 26:39 (Jesus prays in the garden); 1 Thessalonians
5:17-18 (Pray without ceasing)
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Faith Vocabulary: icons, liturgy, rites
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Mary
Catholics Believe: Doctrine of the Assumption; Gift of prayer
Prayer: Prayer before a Crucifix
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Part Two: The Celebration of the Christian Mystery
1077-1109: Liturgy, the Work of the Holy Trinity
1145- 1186: How, when and where the Liturgy is celebrated
1200 – 1206: Liturgical traditions
2558-2565: What is Prayer
Part Four: Christian Prayer
2566 – 2567:The Universal Call to Prayer
2568 – 2597: Revelation of Prayer in the Old Testament
2598 – 2622: Revelation of Prayer in the Fullness of Time
U.S. Catholic Catechism for Adults (USCCA): pp. 461-495
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