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Tour of the Catechism #17 - Jesus Suffered and Died

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Paragraphs 571-637 Part One. The Profession Of Faith Section Two.: The Profession Of The Christian Faith, The Creeds Chapter Two. I Believe In Jesus Christ, The Only Son Of God Article 4. "Jesus Christ Suffered Under Pontius Pilate, Was Crucified, Died, And Was Buried" Paragraph 1. Jesus and Israel I. Jesus and the Law II. Jesus and the Temple III. Jesus and Israel's Faith in the One God and Savior In Brief Paragraph 2. Jesus Died Crucified I. The Trial of Jesus II. Christ's Redemptive Death in God's Plan of Salvation III. Christ Offered Himself to His Father for Our Sins In Brief Paragraph 3. Jesus Christ Was Buried In Brief Article 5. "He Descended Into Hell On The Third Day He Rose Again" Paragraph 1. Christ Descended into Hell In Brief Ave Maria! "Tour of the Catechism of the Catholic Church" is given by Fr. Daniel J. Mahan, S.T.L., pastor of St. John the Apostle Catholic Church in Bloomington, Indiana, and St. Jude the Apostle in Spencer. He will cover the entire Catechism in about 80 videos, 10-25 minutes long each, giving an outline of the content along with clear easy to follow explanations. It will be based on the 2nd Edition of the Catechism. To Download Audio go to http://airmaria.com?p=42123


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