St. Joseph Revised Baltimore Catechism (Grades 6-7-8)

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  • St. Joseph Revised Baltimore Catechism (No. 2)
  • Author: Explained by Rev. Bennet Kelley C.P.
  • Provides clear Cathoilic teaching for children grades 6-8
  • Well organized and easy to understand

For Grades 6, 7, and 8. Gives the revised text of Official Baltimore Catechism No. 2 in a user-friendly format and design, while explaining Catholic doctrine with the aid of many exclusive features. PICTURES have been used profusely to aid in understanding each lesson. SACRED SCRIPTURE has been used extensively to give life to the formulas in which doctrine is expressed. This Catechism, explained by Rev. Bennet Kelley, C.P., combines modern outlook and language with a solid time-tested exposition of the teaching of the Church.

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  • 5½ x 8¼ inches
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  • 5 Dec 12th 2015
    Baltimore Catechism

    The Baltimore Catechism was very easy to learn and would like to pass this book on to our children to learn.

    Emily Onichimowski

  • 5 Apr 22nd 2015
    St Joseph Baltimore Catechism 2

    Very happy with purchase. Will be using for my grandchildren.


  • 5 Dec 28th 2011
    Perfect gift for those who seek truth.

    The simple, yet, profound images are very helpful in letting these truths stick and apply to life.

    Hawaiian Arkansian

  • 5 Aug 27th 2010
    Excellent Resource!

    Our pastor used this in his adult classes before RCIA. I have used it for years to teach the faith to middleschoolers and adults. It is one indispensable resource - comprehensive, faithful to the Church's Magisterium, extremely easy to read and digest. Best Uses: Middle School to Adult; Pros: Comprehensive, Deserves Multiple Readings, Easy To Read, Faithful to Magisterium, Informative, Well Written


  • 4 Feb 9th 2009
    Strengthens kids knowledge of Faith

    These catechisms fill the long time gap in children's catholic religion classes that focus on Catholic social teaching to the neglect of the kids knowing the basics of their sacramental faith.

    The pictures in the book could use some updating but they portray the message in a clear and easily understood manner. Best Uses: Older Readers, Reference, Younger Readers; Describe Yourself: Everyday Reader; Pros: Deserves Multiple Readings, Easy To Read, Informative, Well Written