The Whole “Catechism of the Catholic Church” in Question and Answer Form

On this webpage you find a unique summary of the whole of the “Catechism of the Catholic Church” published by Pope John Paul II. in 1992.
Here the complete text of  the “Catechism of the Catholic Church” is summed up in 2,893 short and clear questions and answers.
There is no other place where a quicker and shorter information about the Catholic Faith is available.
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Random questions:

1761. When is a bad effect of a directly willed action not imputable? (CCC 1737) A bad effect of a directly willed action is not imputable if it was not willed either as an end of an action or as a means of an action.
1813. How does conscience enable the sinner to assume responsibility for his sins? (CCC 1781) Conscience enables the sinner to assume responsibility for his sins by allowing the just judgment to remain in the sinner at the same time as the evil of his particular choice.

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5th Sunday of Easter (Apr 29, 2018)

1. reading: Acts 9:26-31
2. reading: 1 Jn 3:18-24
Gospel: Jn 15:1-8