Question Resources

  • What is always the first thing to happen in prayer? 
    The first thing to happen in prayer is always God’s initiative of love operating through prevenient grace. (Catechism of the Catholic Church 2567)
     

  • Which Gospel pays most attention to the prayer in Christ’s ministry? 
    The Gospel of St. Luke pays most attention to the prayer in Christ’s ministry. (Catechism of the Catholic Church 2600)
     

  • In what circumstances does Christ prefer to pray? (CCC 2602)
    Christ prefers to pray in solitude, on a mountain, preferably at night. (Catechism of the Catholic Church 2602)
     

  • What are the three principal parables on prayer in the Gospel of Luke? 
    The three principal parables on prayer in the Gospel of Luke are:
    1. “The Importunate Friend” (Lk 11)
    2. “The Importunate Widow” (Lk 18)
    3. “The Pharisee and the Tax Collector” (Lk 18)
    (Catechism of the Catholic Church 2613)

     

  • What are the major times of prayer in the Church? 
    The major times of prayer in the Church are:
    1. Morning and Evening Prayer
    2. Grace before and After Meals
    3. The Liturgy of the Hours
    4. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass on Sunday
    5. The Cycle of the Liturgical Year and its great Feasts.
    (Catechism of the Catholic Church 2698

     

  • Where is the “Our Father” found in the New Testament? 
    The “Our Father” is found in the New Testament in Mt 6 and in Lk 11. Mt 6 gives the normally used version of seven petitions while Lk 11 presents a brief text of five petitions. (Catechism of the Catholic Church 2759)

     

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