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Introduction  1 - 25

1. 26-1065.  I Believe-  Our  Creed

2. 1076- 1690.  Sacramental Ec.- 7  Sacraments.

3. 1699- 2557.  Man's Vocation: Life In The Spirit- A call to Integrity and Virtue10  Commandments  

4. 2558- 2865. PrayerLord’s  Prayer

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   APOSTOLIC LETTER
   APOSTOLIC CONSTITUTION
1-25  PROLOGUE
1-3           I. The Life of Man - To Know and Love God
4-10           II. Handing on the Faith: Catechesis
11-12           III. The Aim and Intended Readership of This Catechism
13-17           IV. Structure of This Catechism
18-22            V. Practical Directions for Using This Catechism
23-25           VI. Necessary Adaptations
26-1065  PART ONE -  THE  PROFESSION  OF  FAITH                  111111111111111
26-184  SECTION ONE: "I BELIEVE" - "WE BELIEVE"         1-1    1-1   1-1       1-1    
27-49  CHAPTER ONE:  MAN'S  CAPACITY  FOR  GOD
27-30           I. The Desire for God
31-35           II. Ways of Coming to Know God
36-38           III. The Knowledge of God According to the Church
39-43           IV. How Can We Speak about God?
44-49                               IN BRIEF
50-141  CHAPTER TWO:  GOD  COMES  TO  MEET  MAN
51-73  ARTICLE 1: THE REVELATION OF GOD
51-53           I. God Reveals His "Plan of Loving Goodness"
54-64           II. The Stages of Revelation
65-67           III. Christ Jesus - "Mediator and Fullness of All Revelation"
68-73                               IN BRIEF
74-100  ARTICLE 2: THE TRANSMISSION OF DIVINE REVELATION
75-79           I. Apostolic Tradition
80-83           II. The Relationship between Tradition and Sacred Scripture
84-95           III. The Interpretation of the Heritage of Faith
96-100                              IN BRIEF
101-141  ARTICLE 3: SACRED SCRIPTURE
101-104           I. Christ - The unique Word of Sacred Scripture
105-108           II. Inspiration and Truth of Sacred Scripture
109-119           III. The Holy Spirit, Interpreter of Scripture
120-130           IV. The Canon of Scripture
131-133           V. Sacred Scripture in the Life of the Church
134-141                              IN BRIEF
142-184  CHAPTER THREE: MAN'S  RESPONSE  TO  GOD
144-165  ARTICLE 1: I BELIEVE
144-149           I. The Obedience of Faith
150-152           II. "I Know Whom I Have Believed"
153-165           III. The Characteristics of Faith
166-184  ARTICLE 2: WE BELIEVE
168-169           I. "Lord, Look Upon the Faith of Your Church"
170-171           II. The Language of Faith
172-175           III. Only One Faith
176-184                               IN BRIEF
   The Credo Chart
185-1065  SECTION TWO: THE  PROFESSION  OF  THE  CHRISTIAN  FAITH     1-2     1-2      1-2
185-197  The Creeds
198-421  CHAPTER ONE: I  BELIEVE  IN  GOD  THE  FATHER
199-421  ARTICLE 1: "I BELIEVE IN GOD THE FATHER ALMIGHTY, CREATOR OF HEAVEN AND EARTH"
199-231     Paragraph 1. I Believe in God
200-202           I. "I Believe in One God"
203-213           II. God Reveals His Name
214-221           III. God, "He Who Is," Is Truth and Love
222-227           IV. The Implications of Faith in One God
228-231                            IN BRIEF
232-267     Paragraph 2. The Father
232-237           I. "In the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit"
238-248           II. The Revelation of God as Trinity
249-256           III. The Holy Trinity in the Teaching of the Faith
257-260           IV. The Divine Works and the Trinitarian Missions
261-267                            IN BRIEF
268-278     Paragraph 3. The Almighty
275-278                            IN BRIEF
279-324     Paragraph 4. The Creator
282-289           I. Catechesis on Creation
290-292           II. Creation - Work of the Holy Trinity
293-294           III. "The World Was Created for the Glory of God"
295-301           IV. The Mystery of Creation
302-314           V. God Carries Out His Plan: Divine Providence
315-324                              IN BRIEF
325-355     Paragraph 5. Heaven and Earth
328-336           I. The Angels
337-349           II. The Visible World
350-354                              IN BRIEF
355-384     Paragraph 6. Man
356-361           I. "In the Image of God"
362-368           II. "Body and Soul but Truly One"
369-373           III. "Male and Female He Created Them"
374-379           IV. Man in Paradise
380-384                            IN BRIEF
385-421     Paragraph 7. The Fall
386-390           I. Where Sin Abounded, Grace Abounded All the More
391-395           II. The Fall of the Angels
396-409           III. Original Sin
410-412           IV. "You Did Not Abandon Him to the Power of Death"
413-421                            IN BRIEF
422-682  CHAPTER TWO: I BELIEVE IN JESUS CHRIST, THE ONLY SON OF GOD
430-455  ARTICLE 2: "AND IN JESUS CHRIST, HIS ONLY SON, OUR LORD"
430-435           I. Jesus
436-440           II. Christ
441-445           III. The Only Son of God
446-451           IV. Lord
452-455                              IN BRIEF
456-570  ARTICLE 3: "HE WAS CONCEIVED BY THE POWER OF THE HOLY SPIRIT, AND WAS BORN OF THE VIRGIN MARY"
456-483     Paragraph 1. The Son of God Became Man
456-460           I. Why Did the Word Become Flesh?
461-463           II. The Incarnation
464-469           III. True God and True Man
470-478           IV. How Is the Son of God Man?
479-483                              IN BRIEF
484-512     Paragraph 2. "Conceived by the Power of the Holy Spirit and Born of the Virgin Mary"
484-486           I. Conceived by the Power of the Holy Spirit. . .
487-507           II. . . .Born of the Virgin Mary
508-511                              IN BRIEF
512-570    Paragraph 3. "The Mysteries of Christ's Life"
514-521           I. Christ's Whole Life Is Mystery
522-534           II. The Mysteries of Jesus' Infancy and Hidden Life
535-560           III. The Mysteries of Jesus' Public Life
561-570                             IN BRIEF
571-630  ARTICLE 4: "JESUS CHRIST SUFFERED UNDER PONTIUS PILATE, WAS CRUCIFIED, DIED, AND WAS BURIED"
574-594     Paragraph 1. Jesus and Israel
577-582           I. Jesus and the Law
583-586           II. Jesus and the Temple
587-591           III. Jesus and Israel's Faith in the One God and Savior
592-594                             IN BRIEF
595-630     Paragraph 2. Jesus Died Crucified
595-598           I. The Trial of Jesus
599-605           II. Christ's Redemptive Death in God's Plan of Salvation
606-618           III. Christ Offered Himself to his Father for Our Sins
619-623                             IN BRIEF
624-628     Paragraph 3. Jesus Christ Was Buried
629-630                             IN BRIEF
631-658  ARTICLE 5: "HE DESCENDED INTO HELL ON THE THIRD DAY HE ROSE AGAIN"
632-635     Paragraph 1. Christ Descended into Hell
636-637                             IN BRIEF
638-658     Paragraph 2. On the Third Day He Rose from the Dead
639-647           I. The Historical and Transcendent Event
648-650           II. The Resurrection - A Work of the Holy Trinity
651-655           III. The Meaning and Saving Significance of the Resurrection
656-658                              IN BRIEF
659-667  ARTICLE 6: "HE ASCENDED INTO HEAVEN AND IS SEATED AT THE RIGHT HAND OF THE FATHER"
665-667                             IN BRIEF
668-682  ARTICLE 7: "FROM THENCE HE WILL COME AGAIN TO JUDGE THE LIVING AND THE DEAD"
668-677           I. He Will Come Again in Glory
678-679           II. To Judge the Living and the Dead
680-686                             IN BRIEF
683-1065  CHAPTER THREE: I BELIEVE IN THE HOLY SPIRIT
687-747  ARTICLE 8: "I BELIEVE IN THE HOLY SPIRIT"
689-690           I. The Joint Mission of the Son and the Spirit
691-701           II. The Names, Titles, and Symbols of the Holy Spirit
702-716           III. God's Spirit and Word in the Time of the Promises
717-730           IV. The Spirit of Christ in the Fullness of Time
731-741           V. The Spirit and the Church in the Last Days
742-747                              IN BRIEF
748-975  ARTICLE 9: "I BELIEVE IN THE HOLY CATHOLIC CHURCH"
751-780     Paragraph 1. The Church in God's Plan
751-757           I. Names and Images of the Church
758-769           II. The Church's Origin, Foundation, and Mission
770-776           III. The Mystery of the Church
777-780                              IN BRIEF
781-810     Paragraph 2. The Church - People of God, Body of Christ, Temple of the Holy Spirit
781-786           I. The Church - People of God
787-796           II. The Church - Body of Christ
797-801           III. The Church is the Temple of the Holy Spirit
802-810                             IN BRIEF
811-870    Paragraph 3. The Church is One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic
813-822           I. The Church Is One
823-829           II. The Church Is Holy
830-856           III. The Church Is Catholic
857-865           IV. The Church Is Apostolic
866-870                            IN BRIEF
871-945     Paragraph 4. Christ's Faithful - Hierarchy, Laity, Consecrated Life
874-896           I. The Hierarchical Constitution of the Church
897-913           II. The Lay Faithful
914-933           III. The Consecrated Life
934-945                              IN BRIEF
946-962     Paragraph 5. The Communion of Saints
949-953           I. Communion in Spiritual Goods
954-959           II. The Communion of the Church of Heaven and Earth
960-962                              IN BRIEF
963-975     Paragraph 6. Mary - Mother of Christ, Mother of the Church
964-970           I. Mary's Motherhood with Regard to the Church
971           II. Devotion to the Blessed Virgin
972           III. Mary - Eschatological Icon of the Church
973-975                             IN BRIEF
976-987  ARTICLE 10: "I BELIEVE IN THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS"
977-980           I. One Baptism for the Forgiveness of Sins
981-983           II. The Power of the Keys
984-987                              IN BRIEF
988-1019  ARTICLE 11: "I BELIEVE IN THE RESURRECTION OF THE BODY"
992-1004           I. Christ's Resurrection and Ours
1005-1014           II. Dying in Jesus Christ
1015-1019                              IN BRIEF
1020-1065  ARTICLE 12: "I BELIEVE IN LIFE EVERLASTING"
1021-1022           I. The Particular Judgment
1023-1029           II. Heaven
1030-1032           III. The Final Purification, or Purgatory
1033-1037           IV. Hell
1038-1041           V. The Last Judgment
1042-1050           VI. The Hope of the New Heaven and the New Earth
1051-1060                            IN BRIEF
1061-1065  "Amen"
1066-1690  PART TWO - THE CELEBRATION OF THE CHRISTIAN MYSTERY              222222222
1076-1209  SECTION ONE:  THE  SACRAMENTAL  ECONOMY                     2-1     2-1      2-1     
1077-1134  CHAPTER ONE: THE PASCHAL MYSTERY IN THE AGE OF THE CHURCH
1077-1112  ARTICLE 1: THE LITURGY - WORK OF THE HOLY TRINITY
1077-1083           I. The Father - Source and Goal of the Liturgy
1084-1090           II. Christ's Work in the Liturgy
1091-1109           III. The Holy Spirit and the Church in the Liturgy
1110-1112                             IN BRIEF
1113-1134  ARTICLE 2: THE PASCHAL MYSTERY IN THE CHURCH'S SACRAMENTS
1114-1116           I. The Sacraments of Christ
1117-1121           II. The Sacraments of the Church
1122-1126           III. The Sacraments of Faith
1127-1129           IV. The Sacraments of Salvation
1130           V. The Sacraments of Eternal Life
1131-1134                              IN BRIEF
1135-1209  CHAPTER TWO: THE SACRAMENTAL CELEBRATION
1136-1199  ARTICLE 1: CELEBRATING THE CHURCH'S LITURGY
1136-1144           I. Who Celebrates?
1145-1162           II. How Is the Liturgy Celebrated?
1163-1178           III. When Is the Liturgy Celebrated?
1179-1186           IV. Where Is the Liturgy Celebrated?
1187-1199                             IN BRIEF
1200-1209  ARTICLE 2: LITURGICAL  DIVERSITY  AND  THE  UNITY  OF  THE  MYSTERY
1207-1209                             IN BRIEF
1210-1690  SECTION TWO:  THE  SEVEN  SACRAMENTS  OF  THE  CHURCH            2-2       2-2          
1212-1419  CHAPTER ONE: THE SACRAMENTS OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION
1213-1284  ARTICLE 1: THE SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
1214-1216           I. What Is the Sacrament Called?
1217-1228           II. Baptism in the Economy of Salvation
1229-1245           III. How Is the Sacrament of Baptism Celebrated?
1246-1255           IV. Who Can Receive Baptism?
1256           V. Who Can Baptize?
1257-1261           VI. The Necessity of Baptism?
1262-1274           VII. The Grace of Baptism
1275-1284                             IN BRIEF
1285-1321  ARTICLE 2: THE SACRAMENT OF CONFIRMATION
1286-1292           I. Confirmation in the Economy of Salvation
1293-1301           II. The Signs and the Rite of Confirmation
1302-1305           III. The Effects of Confirmation
1306-1311           IV. Who Can Receive This Sacrament?
1312-1314           V. The Minister of Confirmation
1315-1321                             IN BRIEF
1322-1419  ARTICLE 3: THE SACRAMENT OF THE EUCHARIST
1324-1327           I. The Eucharist - Source and Summit of the Ecclesial Life
1328-1332           II. What Is This Sacrament Called?
1333-1344           III. The Eucharist in the Economy of Salvation
1345-1355           IV. The Liturgical Celebration of the Eucharist
1356-1381           V. The Sacramental Sacrifice: Thanksgiving, Memorial, Presence
1382-1401           VI. The Pascal Banquet
1402-1405           VII. The Eucharist - "Pledge of the Glory to Come"
1406-1419                             IN BRIEF
1420-1532  CHAPTER TWO: THE SACRAMENTS OF HEALING
1422-1498  ARTICLE 4: THE SACRAMENT OF PENANCE AND RECONCILIATION
1423-1424           I. What Is This Sacrament Called?
1425-1426           II. Why a Sacrament of Reconciliation after Baptism?
1427-1429           III. The Conversion of the Baptized
1430-1433           IV. Interior Penance
1424-1439           V. The Many Forms of Penance in Christian Life
1440-1449           VI. The Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation
1450-1460           VII. The Acts of the Penitent
1461-1467           VIII. The Minister of This Sacrament
1468-1470           IX. The Effects of This Sacrament
1471-1479           X. Indulgences
1480-1484           XI. The Celebration of the Sacrament of Penance
1485-1498                             IN BRIEF
1499-1532  ARTICLE 5: THE ANOINTING OF THE SICK
1500-1513           I. It's Foundation in the Economy of Salvation
1514-1516           II. Who Receives and Who Administers This Sacrament?
1517-1519           III. How Is This Sacrament Celebrated?
1520-1523           IV. The Effects of the Celebration of This Sacrament
1524-1525           V. Viaticum, the Last Sacrament of the Christian
1526-1532                            IN BRIEF
1533-1666  CHAPTER THREE: THE SACRAMENTS AT THE SERVICE OF COMMUNION
1536-1600  ARTICLE 6: THE SACRAMENT OF HOLY ORDERS
1537-1538           I. Why Is This Sacrament Called "Orders"?
1539-1553           II. The Sacrament of Holy Orders in the Economy of Salvation
1554-1571           III. The Three Degrees of the Sacrament of Holy Orders
1572-1574           IV. The Celebration of This Sacrament
1575-1576           V. Who Can Confer This Sacrament?
1577-1580           VI. Who Can Receive This Sacrament?
1581-1589           VII. The Effects of the Sacrament of Holy Orders
1590-1600                             IN BRIEF
1601-1666  ARTICLE 7: THE SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY
1602-1620           I. Marriage in God's Plan
1621-1624           II. The Celebration of Marriage
1625-1637           III. Matrimonial Consent
1638-1642           IV. The Effects of the Sacrament of Matrimony
1643-1654           V. The Goods and Requirements of Conjugal Love
1655-1658           VI. The Domestic Church
1659-1666                            IN BRIEF
1667-1690  CHAPTER FOUR: OTHER LITURGICAL CELEBRATIONS
1667-1679  ARTICLE 1: SACRAMENTALS
1677-1679                        IN BRIEF
1680-1690  ARTICLE 2: CHRISTIAN FUNERALS
1681-1683           I. The Christian's Last Passover
1684-1690           II. The Celebration of Funerals
1691-2557  PART THREE - LIFE IN CHRIST           333333333333333333333333333333333
1699-2051  SECTION ONE:  MAN'S  VOCATION:  LIFE  IN  THE  SPIRIT         3-1      3-1      3-1
1700-1876  CHAPTER ONE:  THE  DIGNITY  OF  THE  HUMAN  PERSON
1701-1715  ARTICLE 1: MAN: THE IMAGE OF GOD
1710-1715                            IN BRIEF
1716-1729  ARTICLE 2: OUR VOCATION TO BEATITUDE
1716-1717           I. The Beatitudes
1718-1719           II. The Desire for Happiness
1720-1724           III. Christian Beatitude
1725-1729                            IN BRIEF
1730-1748  ARTICLE 3: MAN'S FREEDOM
1731-1738           I. Freedom and Responsibility
1739-1742           II. Human Freedom in the Economy of Salvation
1743-1748                            IN BRIEF
1749-1761  ARTICLE 4: THE MORALITY OF HUMAN ACTS
1750-1754           I. The Sources of Morality
1755-1756           II. Good Acts and Evil Acts
1757-1761                            IN BRIEF
1762-1775  ARTICLE 5: THE MORALITY OF THE PASSIONS
1763-1766           I. Passions
1767-1770           II. Passions and Moral Life
1771-1775                            IN BRIEF
1776-1802  ARTICLE 6: MORAL CONSCIENCE
1777-1782           I. The Judgement of Conscience
1783-1785           II. The Formation of Conscience
1786-1789           III. To Choose in Accord with Conscience
1790-1794           IV. Erroneous Judgement
1795-1802                            IN BRIEF
1803-1845  ARTICLE 7: THE VIRTUES
1804-1811           I. The Human Virtues
1812-1829           II. The Theological Virtues
1830-1832           III. The Gifts and Fruits of the Holy Spirit
1833-1845                            IN BRIEF
1846-1876  ARTICLE 8: SIN
1846-1848           I. Mercy and Sin
1849-1851           II. The Definition of Sin
1852-1853           III. The Different Kinds of Sins
1854-1864           IV. The Gravity of Sin: Mortal and Venial Sin
1865-1869           V. The Proliferation of Sin
1870-1876                            IN BRIEF
1877-1948  CHAPTER TWO: THE HUMAN COMMUNITY
1878-1896  ARTICLE 1: THE PERSON AND SOCIETY
1878-1885           I. The Communal Character of the Human Vocation
1886-1889           II. Conversion and Society
1890-1896                            IN BRIEF
1897-1927  ARTICLE 2: PARTICIPATION IN SOCIAL LIFE
1897-1904           I. Authority
1905-1912           II. The Common Good
1913-1917           III. Responsibility and Participation
1918-1927                            IN BRIEF
1928-1948  ARTICLE 3: SOCIAL JUSTICE
1929-1933           I. Respect for the Human Person
1934-1938           II. Equality and Differences among Men
1939-1942           III. Human Solidarity
1943-1948                            IN BRIEF
1949-2051  CHAPTER THREE:  GOD'S  SALVATION:  LAW  AND  GRACE
1950-1986  ARTICLE 1: THE MORAL LAW
1954-1960           I. The Natural Moral Law
1961-1964           II. The Old Law
1965-1974           III. The New Law or the Law of the Gospel
1975-1986                            IN BRIEF
1987-2029  ARTICLE 2: GRACE AND JUSTIFICATION
1987-1995           I. Justification
1996-2005           II. Grace
2006-2011           III. Merit
2012-2016           IV. Christian Holiness
2017-2029                            IN BRIEF
2030-2051  ARTICLE 3: THE CHURCH, MOTHER AND TEACHER
2032-2040           I. Moral Life and the Magisterium of the Church
2041-2043           II. The Precepts of the Church
2044-2046           III. Moral Life and Missionary Witness
2047-2051                            IN BRIEF
   THE TEN COMMANDMENTS CHART
2052-2557  SECTION TWO:  THE  TEN  COMMANDMENTS         3-2      3-2      3-2       3-2       
2075-2082                            IN BRIEF
2083-2195  CHAPTER ONE: "YOU SHALL LOVE THE LORD YOU GOD WITH ALL YOUR HEART,
 AND WITH ALL YOUR SOUL, AND WITH ALL YOUR MIND"
2084-2141  ARTICLE 1: THE FIRST COMMANDMENT
2084-2094           I. "You Shall Worship the Lord Your God and Him Only Shall You Serve"
2095-2109           II. "Him Only Shall You Serve"
2110-2128           III. "You Shall Have No Other Gods before Me"
2129-2132           IV. "You Shall Not Make for Yourself a Graven Image"
2133-2141                            IN BRIEF
2142-2167  ARTICLE 2: THE SECOND COMMANDMENT
2142-2149           I. The Name of the Lord Is Holy
2150-2155           II. Taking the Name of the Lord in Vain
2156-2159           III. The Christian Name
2160-2167                            IN BRIEF
2168-2195  ARTICLE 3: THE THIRD COMMANDMENT
2168-2173           I. The Sabbath Day
2174-2188           II. The Lord's Day
2189-2195                            IN BRIEF
2196-2257  CHAPTER TWO: "YOU SHALL LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR AS YOURSELF"
2179-2257  ARTICLE 4: THE FOURTH COMMANDMENT
2201-2206           I. The Family in God's Plan
2207-2213           II. The Family and Society
2214-2231           III. The Duties of Family and the Kingdom
2232-2233           IV. The Family and the Kingdom
2234-2246           V. The Authorities in Civil Society
2247-2257                            IN BRIEF
2258-2330  ARTICLE 5: THE FIFTH COMMANDMENT
2259-2283           I. Respect for Human Life
2284-2301           II. Respect for the Dignity of Persons
2302-2317           III. Safeguarding Peace
2318-2330                            IN BRIEF
2331-2400  ARTICLE 6: THE SIXTH COMMANDMENT
2331-2336           I. "Male and Female He Created Them . . ."
2337-2359           II. The Vocation to Chastity
2360-2379           III. The Love of Husband and Wife
2380-2391           IV. Offenses against the Dignity of Marriage
2392-2400                            IN BRIEF
2401-2463  ARTICLE 7: THE SEVENTH COMMANDMENT
2402-2406           I. The Universal Destination and the Private Ownership of Goods
2407-2418           II. Respect for Persons and Their Goods
2419-2425           III. The Social Doctrine of the Church
2426-2436           IV. Economic Activity and Social Justice
2437-2442           V. Justice and Solidarity among Nations
2443-2449           VI. Love for the Poor
2450-2463                            IN BRIEF
2464-2513  ARTICLE 8: THE EIGHTH COMMANDMENT
2465-2470           I. Living in the Truth
2471-2474           II. To Bear Witness to the Truth
2475-2487           III. Offenses against Truth
2488-2492           IV. Respect for the Truth
2493-2499           V. The Use of the Social Communications Media
2500-2503           VI. Truth, Beauty, and Sacred Art
2504-2513                            IN BRIEF
2514-2533  ARTICLE 9: THE NINTH COMMANDMENT
2517-2519           I. Purification of the Heart
2520-2527           II. The Battle for Purity
2528-2533                            IN BRIEF
2534-2557  ARTICLE 10: THE TENTH COMMANDMENT
2535-2540           I. The Disorder of Covetous Desires
2541-2543           II. The Desires of the Spirit
2544-2547           III. Poverty of Heart
2548-2550           IV. "I Want to See God"
2551-2557                            IN BRIEF
2558-2865  PART FOUR - CHRISTIAN PRAYER              444444444444444444444444444
2558-2758  SECTION ONE:  PRAYER  IN  THE  CHRISTIAN  LIFE         4-1      4-1      4-1 
2559-2565  WHAT IS PRAYER?
2566-2649  CHAPTER ONE:  THE  REVELATION  OF  PRAYER
2566-2567  THE UNIVERSAL CALL TO PRAYER
2568-2597  ARTICLE 1: IN THE OLD TESTAMENT
2590-2597                            IN BRIEF
2598-2622  ARTICLE 2: IN THE FULLNESS OF TIME
2620-2622                            IN BRIEF
2623-2649  ARTICLE 3: IN THE AGE OF THE CHURCH
2626-2628           I. Blessing and Adoration
2629-2633           II. Prayer of Petition
2634-2636           III. Prayer of Intercession
2637-2638           IV. Prayer of Thanksgiving
2639-2643           V. Prayer of Praise
2644-2649                            IN BRIEF
2650-2696  CHAPTER TWO: THE TRADITION OF PRAYER
2652-2662  ARTICLE 1: AT THE WELLSPRINGS OF PRAYER
2661-2662                            IN BRIEF
2663-2682  ARTICLE 2: THE WAY OF PRAYER
2680-2682                            IN BRIEF
2683-2696  ARTICLE 3: GUIDES FOR PRAYER
2692-2696                            IN BRIEF
2697-2758  CHAPTER THREE: THE LIFE OF PRAYER
2700-2724  ARTICLE 1: EXPRESSIONS OF PRAYER
2700-2704           I. Vocal Prayer
2705-2708           II. Meditation
2709-2719           III. Contemplative Prayer
2720-2724                            IN BRIEF
2725-2745  ARTICLE 2: THE BATTLE OF PRAYER
2726-2728           I. Objections to Prayer
2729-2733           II. Humble Vigilance of Heart
2734-2741           III. Filial Trust
2742-2745           IV. Persevering in Love
2746-2758  ARTICLE 3: THE PRAYER OF THE HOUR OF JESUS
2752-2758                            IN BRIEF
2759-2865  SECTION TWO: THE LORD'S PRAYER: "OUR FATHER!"            4-2       4-2     4-2     
2761-2776  ARTICLE 1: "THE SUMMARY OF THE WHOLE GOSPEL"
2762-2764           I. At the Center of the Scriptures
2765-2766           II. "The Lord's Prayer"
2767-2772           III. The Prayer of the Church
2773-2776                            IN BRIEF
2777-2802  ARTICLE 2: "OUR FATHER WHO ART IN HEAVEN"
2777-2778           I. "We Dare to Say"
2779-2785           II. "Father!"
2786-2793           III. "Our" Father
2794-2796           IV. "Who Art in Heaven"
2797-2802                            IN BRIEF
2803-2854  ARTICLE 3: "THE SEVEN PETITIONS"
2807-2815           I. "Hallowed Be Thy Name"
2816-2821           II. "Thy Kingdom Come"
2822-2827           III. "The Will Be Done on Earth as It Is in Heaven"
2828-2837           IV. "Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread"
2838-2845           V. "And Forgive us Our Trespasses, as We Forgive Those Who Trespass against Us"
2846-2849           VI. "And Lead Us Not into Temptation"
2850-2854           VII. "But Deliver Us From Evil"
2855-2865  ARTICLE 4: THE FINAL DOXOLOGY
2857-2865                            IN BRIEF
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