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Tour of the Catechism #18 - Resurrection

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Tour of the Catechism #18 ( 27min) Play Paragraphs 638-682 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 5. "He Descended Into Hell On The Third Day He Rose Again" Paragraph 2. On the Third Day He Rose from the Dead I. The Historical and Transcendent Event II. The Resurrection--A Work of the Holy Trinity III. The Meaning and Saving Significance of the Resurrection In Brief Article 6. "He Ascended Into Heaven And Is Seated At The Right Hand Of The Father" In Brief Article 7. "From Thence He Will Come Again To Judge The Living And The Dead" I. He Will Come Again in Glory II. To Judge the Living and the Dead 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


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  1. will
    5 months ago

    Jesus tells the thief on the cross that today you will be with me in paradise. how does this jive with the Apostle's Creed, He descended to the dead.

    this question came up in Bible study.

    peace and good

    Deacon Will

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