Certificate in Studies in the Catechism.
(Previously Adult Studies in the Catechism)
Commences every Autumn
The Catechism is offered to all who wish to understand better the inexhaustible riches of salvation. It is a treasury of wisdom and spirituality, as well as providing the reliable reference point for understanding and appreciating the Catholic faith. This two-year, part-time, distance-learning course gives a thorough introduction to the teaching of the Catechism. The course can be studied at home on one's own, or as part of a local group. Three residential weekends each year support those undertaking the course.
Six course modules are studied, presenting a complete commentary on the teaching contained in the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
- Faith and Revelation; the Creed: God the Father.
- The Creed: God the Son, God the Holy Spirit.
- Liturgy and Sacraments.
- Introduction to Morality.
- The Ten Commandments.
A short piece of written work is presented at the end of each module, and the Certificate is awarded after the successful completion of all six modules.
This course requires about forty minutes study per day, five days a week.
For an application form to join the Certificate in Studies in the Catechism Course please click here
Individuals, or groups, wishing to study single modules at their own pace click here for an enrollment form.
Special rates and arrangements are available for those wishing to use the Certificate in Studies of the Catechism in Formation Programmes for Religious and Pre-Seminarians (formerly Course for Religious).
Click here for Religious Formation Course enrollment form.
Click here for Pre-Seminarian Formation Course enrollment form.
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