Father Philip Eldracher and host, Daniel Forde, now discuss governing the Church.
A Complete Catechism of the Catholic Religion by Father Joseph Deharbe, S.J. was originally written in German, was very popular in the 19th century, and was translated into English. Bishop Donald Sanborn finds the Deharbe Catechism to be the most complete to convert and instruct people in the Catholic Faith.
Father Eldracher is currently pastor of Mary Help of Christians chapel and provides the Traditional (Tridentine) Latin Mass to faithful Catholics throughout Australia.
You can show your appreciation by supporting the Australian Mission where Fr. Eldracher is based by helping out with this crowd funder (remember that your USD goes a lot further in Australian dollars!): https://www.gofundme.com/f/pduge-buying-a-new-church?utm_campaign=p_lico+share-sheet-first-launch&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_source=customer and https://www.givesendgo.com/mhc_chapel
Part I On Faith (continued)
Chapter II. Chief Truths of Faith (continued)
The Ninth Article.
'The Holy Catholic Church; the Communion of Saints'
1. On the Church and the Form of her Government.
22. Is the Pope alone, by Divine appointment, to govern the Church?
23. In what manner do the Bishops rule the Church?
24. Through whom do the Bishops exercise their office in the particular Congregations (Parishes) of their dioceses?
25. When, then, may a Priest discharge the duties of the Priesthood?
26. By what means are unity and good order maintained in the whole Church?
The text is available in the public domain for free online as a PDF. Used copies and reprint versions can still be found and purchased.
Original Air Date: November 23, 2017
Show Run Time: 21 minutes
Show Guest(s): Father Philip Eldracher
Show Host(s): Daniel Forde
Individual Season 6 Show Price: Not available.
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