The Roman Catechism

 

The Catechism of the Council of Trent – English Translation Jeremy Donovan 1829

The Roman Catechism was composed by decree of the Council of Trent principally for Priests as a manual for teaching the faith to the laity. This is an excellent resource for those who want a clear and concise resource of the unchaning teaching of the Catholic Church.

Principally the work of St. Carlo Borromeo, Archbishop of Milan, with contributions from Archbishop Leonardo Marini, O.P., Archbishop of Lanciano; Fr. Francisco Foreiro O.P, Portuguese theologian and biblist; Bishop Egidio Foscherani, O.P., Bishop of Modena; and Archbishop Muzio Calini, Archbishop of Zadar (Zara), Croatia.

English Translation of the Catechismus Romanus vulgo dictus ex decreto Concilii Tridentini compositus et Pii V jussu editus; by Jeremy Donovan, a professor at Maynooth, published by Richard Coyne, Capel Street, Dublin, and by Keating & Brown, London, and printed for the translator by W. Folds & Son, Great Shand Street, 1829.

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