To: Convert from ECUSA
I liked the Baltimore Catechism. Crisp, clear, and to the point. No shuck and jive. I used the Baltimore Catechism as well, even had an computer search-able one published by Seton Hall. I don't understand why you would think the CCC has any shuck and jive.
posted on 02/08/2006 5:54:22 AM PST
("Freedom consists not in doing what we like, but in having the right to do what we ought." - JP II)
I will clarify. I like the Baltimore Catechism because it doesn't have all the fuzziness of a lot of modernist writings - I did not intend to include, nor do I include, the CCC in with modernist writings. I'm just one of those weird Anglican converts to the Church who happens to like a lot of the old Catholic writings that seem sadly neglected.
posted on 02/08/2006 6:03:54 AM PST
by Convert from ECUSA
(The "religion of peace" is actually the religion of constant rage and riots.)
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