A historic project that is remastering and republishing Catholic catechisms of the past millennium
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About the Tradivox Catholic Catechism Series
From the brief “penny” catechisms of the 16th century to our own late 20th-century Catechism, scores of faithful priests, bishops, popes, saints, and even church councils have, for Catholics young and old, published succinct, reliable summaries of our Church’s perennial teachings: catechisms.
In them, readers have encountered Catholic doctrine presented in refreshingly clear and even elegant language, often accompanied by handsome woodcuts on lovely pages.
Now, for the first time ever, dozens of vintage catechisms are being unearthed and painstakingly restored. They are being reformatted for publication and presented to you in this extraordinary 20-volume, cross-indexed collection.
Ranging from the 1200s to the mid-1900s, the historical catechisms of Catholic doctrine featured in this series include both well-known titles and others that have not been printed or read in centuries.
“I invite the faithful of the entire world to support this historic effort, as we seek to restore the perennial Catechism of the Church.”
– Bishop Schneider
Originating from regions as diverse as Italy, France, Germany, Spain, England, Ireland, Scotland, Canada, and North America, the catechisms contained in this series showcase like nothing else the remarkable universality and doctrinal consistency of the Catholic Faith.
Historical treasures such as the world-renowned Catechism of the Ecumenical Council of Trent and Pope St. Pius V, those of the Synods of Maynooth and Baltimore, and the Catechism of Pope St. Pius X are included in this collection, as are those classical handbooks of Catholic doctrine authored by the great Doctors of the Church St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Peter Canisius, and St. Robert Bellarmine.