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Focusing on the teachings of the Church as found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church (Part Three, Life in Christ), Fr. Alfred McBride asserts that making good moral choices should not be hard. Emphasizing God's love for humankind, he recommends the Ten Commandments and the Great Commandment as our cornerstones for morality. Christ Our Compass offers contemporary examples of situations where moral choices were made, pointing out the relationship of actions taken to the teachings of the Church.
Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Franciscan Media
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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The book guides with a gentle hand in discussing topics such as sin and moral sense; family values; medical and moral issues; war; the death penalty; sexuality; honesty; grace and joy; the Church as teacher; and the Beatitudes. It offers contemporary examples of situations where moral choices were made, pointing out the relationship of actions taken to the teachings of the Church. It touches on the Ten Commandments as cornerstones of a moral life, while encouraging consideration of the Great Commandment as the guidestar in our choices.
Christ Our Compass is a practical, faith-filled look at living rightly. It will be of great benefit to all who seek to live a Christian life guided by the compassionate example of Jesus and teachings of the Catholic Church.