… and to teach them in a confused way, could well be a very great pastoral blunder… Read still more:
When a child reaches a certain age, and starts to ask for the reason of everything, when it poses the question of who God is, the answer is always that God is a perfect Being, almighty, the One who governs all creation with wisdom and guides all so as to take them to Heaven, His eternal and marvelous house… These answers are accepted with perfect ease by the child, especially after having received the gift of infused Faith at Baptism. This is so true that, even without entering into theological particulars, certain affirmations about the very same Faith sound strange to the ears of a Catholic..
Beyond what a child is capable of understanding in its simplicity, are the dogmas that concern the Divine Essence. To understand these in a way other than what the Church teaches is to hazard along in prickly paths; and to teach them in a…
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