Paragraph 2566

2566. Man is in search of God. In the act of creation, God calls every being from nothingness into existence. “Crowned with glory and honor,” man is, after the angels, capable of acknowledging “how majestic is the name of the Lord in all the earth.”1Even after losing through his sin his likeness to God, man remains an image of his Creator, and retains the desire for the one who calls him into existence. All religions bear witness to men’s essential search for God.2


Aprofunde seus conhecimentos

403. What is the principle of subsidiarity?

537. How did Moses pray?

89. How does the Church set forth the Mystery of the Incarnation?

342. Are all obliged to get married?

377. What is a virtue?

103. What does the Gospel teach about the mysteries of the birth and infancy of Jesus?

278. Who is the minister for the celebration of the Eucharist?


Acesse nossos estudos biblicos:

What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus?

How does Job 38:1-11 reveal God’s sovereignty in the midst of suffering?

What does the Bible say about the need to forgive, according to Colossians 3:13?

What does Wisdom 8:7 teach us about wisdom as a source of virtue and honor?

What is the responsibility of Christian leaders according to James 3:1-12?

How can Ruth’s story, from widow to wife, inspire us to trust God and seek a fresh start in our lives?

What did Jesus teach about loving your neighbor? (Matthew 22:39)