Catechism for Filipino Catholics (CFC) by Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines PDF

By Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines

This can be the reputable Vatican licensed nationwide Catholic Catechism for the Philippines, entitled Catechism for Filipino Catholics [CFC]. As a countrywide catechism, one significant functionality of the CFC has been to attract jointly significant present assets for our “renewed catechesis.” the 1st is the respectable Catholic educating of the common Church as proposed within the Catechism of the Catholic Church [CCC], promulgated by way of the Pope in 1992. the second one is the Acts and Decrees of the 2d Plenary Council of the Philippines [PCP II], with its complement, the nationwide Pastoral Plan [NPP], which jointly current a finished view of the nationwide tradition and particular catechetical state of affairs of the Philippine Church. This formally authorized version of the CFC is on the market through the Catholic Bishop’s convention of the Philippines [CBCP] as a huge attempt in imposing PCP II’s pressing demand a triple renewal: a renewed “Catechesis” which in flip will give a contribution considerably to a renewed “Worship” and “Social Apostolate.”

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115. We use “faith” today to mean different things. Sometimes it means our total response to God’s revelation. “It is to know, to love, to follow Christ in the Church he founded” (PCP II 36). Or we can use “faith” to mean the virtue (believing) as distinct from hoping and loving. Faith in this sense means our personal knowledge of God in Christ, expressed in particular beliefs in specific truths by which we adhere to Christ. In this chapter we take faith to mean our whole life in Christ, but with primary focus on personally knowing Christ as our Truth.

106. To whom does God reveal Himself? God “wants all men to be saved and come to know the truth” (1 Tim 2:4), and in ways both hidden and clear, calls all to Christ, who is the goal, the object, and the agent of God’s Self-revelation, and “the real light which enlightens every man” (Jn 1:9). 107. How are we to understand God’s inspired Word in Scripture? Under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, Scripture grew from the life, worship and teaching of the early Church. So the Church is its authentic interpreter, under the active help of the same Holy Spirit.

He who denies that Jesus is the Christ” (1 Jn 2:22). Usually such denials are caused by erroneous ideas about both human beings and God (cf. CCC 2126). “Their exaggerated idea of being human causes their faith to languish. . Others have such a faulty notion of God that . . their denial has no reference to the God of the Gospels” (GS 19). 177. Second, the opposite type of unbelieving is seeking “special knowledge” into one’s fate and future. Divination, sorcery and magic have always been condemned.

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