The Lord's Prayer

bullet Lord's Prayer in Aramaic - the prayer in the language that Jesus and the apostles spoke with a few interesting background notes.

bullet Prayer - The Lord's Prayer - based on the New Catholic Catechism 2759-2865 this reflection by Father Victor Hoagland, C.P. is a good clear explanation of each of the sections of the Lord's Prayer.

bullet The Lord's Prayer by Leonard Doohan - Scripture From Scratch March©2003 - Simply and clearly written article that could be used for adult reflection groups, for RCIA, or CCD and religious education teachers teachers as background information.

bullet U.S. Catholic Bishops - Office for the Catechism - Two quizzes on the Lord's Prayer with 10 multiple choice questions or true or false questions in each quiz: Quiz One and Quiz Two.

bullet Catholic Encyclopedia: Lord's Prayer - the article from the 1910 edition is still useful to consult.

bullet The Lord's Prayer Flash Movie - A beautiful animated presentation of the Lord's Prayer with exquisite images and gentle background music.

bullet The Nazareth Master Catechism - This web page provides links to the sections of 5 different Catechism that deal with the Lord's Prayer: Aquinas, Trent, Baltimore, Pius X, and the CCC.

bullet St. Francis Paraphrase of the Lord's Prayer - the great Saint meditates on each part of the prayer.

bullet Reweaving the Lord's Prayer by Carole Goodwin - Youth Update ©2000 - this is a summary on a good article written for teens. Information is provided on how to order copies of the article.

The Lord's Prayer in the Catechism of the Catholic Church

SECTION TWO: THE LORD'S PRAYER: "OUR FATHER!"

ARTICLE 1: "THE SUMMARY OF THE WHOLE GOSPEL"

I. At the Center of the Scriptures
II. "The Lord's Prayer"
III. The Prayer of the Church
IN BRIEF

ARTICLE 2: "OUR FATHER WHO ART IN HEAVEN"

I. "We Dare to Say"
II. "Father!"
III. "Our" Father
IV. "Who Art in Heaven"
IN BRIEF

ARTICLE 3: "THE SEVEN PETITIONS"

I. "Hallowed Be Thy Name"
II. "Thy Kingdom Come"
III. "The Will Be Done on Earth as It Is in Heaven"
IV. "Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread"
V. "And Forgive us Our Trespasses, as We Forgive Those Who Trespass against Us"
VI. "And Lead Us Not into Temptation"
VII. "But Deliver Us From Evil"

ARTICLE 4: THE FINAL DOXOLOGY

IN BRIEF

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