Catechesis

This page has been under construction for a very long time and will eventually address each subject on the following list.  In further explanation, all of the following indexed topics can be pondered (gleaned) from the thirty-five meditations that are found within the Holy Family Rosary and thus substantiates it as “Mary’s School of Prayer.”

Patriarch

Adam and Eve

Noah

Abraham

Moses

King David

Prophets

Moses

Samuel

Nathan

David

Isaiah

Elijah

John the Baptist

Titles of Jesus

Son of God

Son of Man

Messiah

Christ the King

King of kings

Prince of Peace

Redeemer King

Apostles

Peter

Matthew

Mark

Luke

John

Paul

Major Feast Days of Our Lord

Christmas

Circumcision/Presentation

Ash Wednesday

Maunday Thursday

Good Friday

Christ the King

Holy Saturday

Sacred Heart

Easter

Divine Mercy

Church Calendar/Seasons

Advent

Christmas

Ordinary Time

Lent

Parasceve

Passover

Easter

Order of the Mass

Introductory Rite (Mass of the Catechumens)

Liturgy of the Word

Liturgy of the Eucharist (Mass of the Faithful)

Communion Rite

Concluding/Post-Communion Rite

Major Feast Days of Mary

Birth of Mary

Immaculate Conception

Annunciation

Visitation

Presentation

Assumption

Coronation

Titles of Mary

Immaculata

Font of Mercy

New Eve

Mother of God

Mother of Redemption

Mother of the Church

Our Lady of Mount Zion

Our Lady of Mount Carmel

Our Lady of Grace

Our Lady of Hope

Our Lady of Mount Olive

Our Lady of Good Counsel

Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Our Lady of Peace

Our Lady of the Rosary

Queen of Angels

Queen of Heaven and Earth

Queen of Mercy

Queen of Peace

Wisdom’s Seat

Principle Human Passions

Joy

Hope

Sorrow

Fear

Seven Sacraments

Baptism

Confirmation

Eucharist

Penance

Anointing of the Sick

Holy Orders

Matrimony

Arc of the Rainbow

Dark Night of the Soul

Seven Capital Sins and Contrary Virtues

Seven Last Words

Seven Petitions of the Lord’s Prayer

Seven Works of Corporal and Spiritual Mercy

Seventy Times Seven Times

Seventy-Two by Two

Twelve Apostles

Twelve Articles of the Apostles Creed

Twelve Colors in Heaven’s Vision of Ezekiel

Twelve Fruits of the Holy Spirit

Twelve Tribes

 

Choirs of Angels

Guardian Angels

Archangels

Principalities

Powers

Virtues

Dominions

Thrones

Cherubim

Seraphim

Theological Virtues

Faith

Hope

Charity

Cardinal Virtues

Prudence

Justice

Fortitude/Courage

Temperance

Psaltery

[Book I] Psalm 1… of teaching and instruction (Didactic)

[Book II] Psalm 42… for comfort and deliverance (Affliction/Lamentation)

[Book III] Psalm 78… of the flight from Egypt and portions of Jewish history           (Historical/Prophetic)

[Book IV] Psalm 95… of Thanksgiving

[Book V] Psalm 111… of Praise

Forms of Prayer (employing the use of Psalms that merge with the gifts from the Holy Ghost)

Blessing and Adoration

Petition

Intercession

Thanksgiving

Praise

Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit

Fear of the Lord (Servile)

Piety (Filial Fear of the Lord)

Knowledge

Fortitude

Counsel

Understanding

Wisdom

Church Doctors (Quotes)

St. Alphonsus de Ligouri

St. Augustine

St. Bonaventure

St. Dominic

St. Francis of Assisi

St. John Chrysostom

St. John Eudes

St. John of the Cross

St. Thomas Aquinas

Popes (Apostolic Letters and Encyclicals)

Leo XIII

Pius X

Pius XII

John Paul II

Benedict XVI

Franciscan Crown (Or Seraphic Rosary)

1.       The Annunciation

2.       The Visitation

3.       The Birth of Our Lord

4.       The Adoration of the Magi

5.       The Finding of the Child Jesus in the Temple

6.       The Resurrection of Our Lord

7.       The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin and her Coronation in Heaven

Servite Rosary: Our Lady of Sorrows

1.       The Prophecy of Simeon. (Luke 2:34-35) or the Circumcision of Christ

2.       The Flight into Egypt. (Matthew 2:13)

3.       The loss of the child Jesus in the Temple. (Luke 2:43-45)

4.       Mary meets Jesus on the way to Calvary.

5.       Jesus dies on the cross. (John 19:25)

6.       Mary receives the body of Jesus in her arms. (Matthew 27:57-59)

7.       The body of Jesus is placed in the tomb. (John 19:40-42)

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