Paragraph 2199

2199. The fourth commandment is addressed expressly to children in their relationship to their father and mother, because this relationship is the most universal. It likewise concerns the ties of kinship between members of the extended family. It requires honor, affection, and gratitude toward elders and ancestors. Finally, it extends to the duties of pupils to teachers, employees to employers, subordinates to leaders, citizens to their country, and to those who administer or govern it. This commandment includes and presupposes the duties of parents, instructors, teachers, leaders, magistrates, those who govern, all who exercise authority over others or over a community of persons.

Aprofunde seus conhecimentos

316. Who can receive the sacrament of the anointing of the sick?

76. What is original sin?

399. Do we have any responsibility for sins committed by others?

181. Why does ecclesial ministry also have a personal character?

333. Who can receive this sacrament?

383. What is temperance?

122. What are the results of the sacrifice of Christ on the cross?

Acesse nossos estudos biblicos:

How to deal with opposition to the truth of the Gospel?

How is God’s justice manifested in the midst of suffering, according to Job 34:10-12?

The Holiness of the Priesthood: How does the law of priestly holiness in the book of Numbers teach us about the importance of purity and dedication in the worship of God? (Numbers 18:1-7)

What can we learn about the theology of suffering from the story of Job described in Job 1:1-22?

What does the promise of salvation amid darkness in Micah 7:7 mean?

What is the meaning of Jude 1:4, which speaks of the condemnation of those who pervert the grace of God?

The Dedication of the Temple in Jerusalem: Analysis of the Ceremony (1 Chronicles 22-29)