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Preface


"But sanctify the Lord Christ in your hearts, being ready always to satisfy every one that asketh you a reason of that hope which is in you." 1 Peter 3:15.

The Luminous Mystery of the Holy Rosary
"...BE A NEW PERSON IN CHRIST..." this is the fourth meditation in the luminous mystery of the Holy Rosary, through which, I affirm my heart’s desires for my new person in Christ.

Meditating on this mystery brings to light the Hope that is only in Christ The Lord. To trust in that Hope is to resign not to my infirmities, but suffer the demise of my old-self. In confidence, I boldly confess my Faith and hold true to my new person in Christ my Saviour. Abundantly I am aspired through the teaching of our Holy Mother Church; I am consciously seeking the ways of The Lord. I am shepherd towards a state of spiritual maturity. A state of spirit over mind, where I am constantly driven to make my daily words and thoughts be most significant, as if they were my final and very last. Renewed in the Hope, in Christ our Lord, refined shall be all the words I speak, and charitable all my thoughts are made.

"Faith; my personal journey" has become my testimony and my objective in life, by which I live for an audience of "One" and seek His consent; Jesus Christ my God. In Grace, I share with you that which He bestows upon me not to gain your good sentiments, but in hope that you may share my joy in Him, and believe in my testimony, for I have been tested.

Loving God with all my heart, my soul and my mind, and loving you all as I love my self is the reality of where I passionately have invested myself in. Just as the most significant words of mine are those by which I praise The Almighty God of Israel, through His Only begotten Son, so must be the most significant event of my life to be noted; serving The Almighty God of Israel, through His Only begotten Son. So that my final words be the extension of my every day’s, as I share with you the joy in chanting His Name.

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History of the Catechism of the Catholic Church:


Catechism The Catechism of the Catholic Church originated with a recommendation made at the Extraordinary Synod of Bishops in 1985. In 1986 the Holy Father appointed a Commission of Cardinals and Bishops to develop a compendium of Catholic doctrine. In 1989 the Commission sent the text to all the Bishops of the world for consultation. In 1990 the Commission examined and evaluated over 24,000 amendments suggested by the world's bishops. The final draft is considerably different from the one that was circulated in 1989. In 1991 the Commission prepared the text for the Holy Father's official approval. On June 25, 1992 the Holy Father officially approved the definitive version of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. On December 8, 1992 the Holy Father promulgated the Catechism with an apostolic constitution.

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