Series: New American Catechism

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New American Catechism. No. 0, First Confession and Communion by Lawrence G. Lovasik0
New American Catechism. No. 1, Primary grade by Lawrence G. Lovasik1
New American Catechism. No. 2, Middle grade by Lawrence G. Lovasik2
New American Catechism. No. 3, Expanded edition by Lawrence G. Lovasik3

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  1. The New Saint Joseph Baltimore Catechism, No. 1 by Bennet Kelley (1964)
  2. Essentials of the Faith: A Guide to the Catechism of the Catholic Church by Alfred McBride (1994)
  3. Handbook for Today's Catholic: Fully Indexed to the Catechism of the Catholic Church (A Redemptorist Pastoral Publication) by Redemptorist Pastoral Publication (1978)
  4. This Is Our Faith: A Catholic Catechism for Adults by Michael Francis Pennock (1989)
  5. Outlines of the Catholic Faith: Teaching, Beliefs, Practices, Prayers (Revised Edition) by Leaflet Missal Company (1980)
  6. The Catholic Catechism: A Contemporary Catechism of the Teachings of the Catholic Church by S.J. John A. Hardon (1975)
  7. This Is the Faith: A Complete Explanation of the Catholic Faith by Canon Francis Ripley (1954)
  8. Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church by Joseph Ratzinger; Pope Benedict XVI (2005)
  9. United States Catholic Catechism for Adults by US Conference of Catholic Bishops (1994)
  10. Life in Christ by James Killgallon (1958)
  11. 100 Activities Based on the Catechism of the Catholic Church: For Grades 1 to 8 by Ellen Rossini (1996)
  12. To be a Catholic; a catechism for today by Joseph V. Gallagher (1970)
  13. St. Joseph Church History by Lawrence G. Lovasik (1990)
  14. The Essential Catholic Catechism: A Readable, Comprehensive Catechism of the Catholic Faith by Alan Schreck (1999)
  15. A Catechism for Adults by Rev. William J. Cogan (1975)

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