Paragraph 2665

2665. The prayer of the Church, nourished by the Word of God and the celebration of the liturgy, teaches us to pray to the Lord Jesus. Even though her prayer is addressed above all to the Father, it includes in all the liturgical traditions forms of prayer addressed to Christ. Certain psalms, given their use in the Prayer of the Church, and the New Testament place on our lips and engrave in our hearts prayer to Christ in the form of invocations: Son of God, Word of God, Lord, Savior, Lamb of God, King, Beloved Son, Son of the Virgin, Good Shepherd, our Life, our Light, our Hope, our Resurrection, Friend of mankind….


Aprofunde seus conhecimentos

118. Why was the death of Jesus part of God’s plan?

594. Why do we say “Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us”?

339. How does sin threaten marriage?

304. Which sins must be confessed?

500. How should children be considered?

543. How did Jesus pray during his passion?

137. Why are the missions of the Son and the Holy Spirit inseparable?


Acesse nossos estudos biblicos:

What is the significance of Aeneas’ healing and Dorcas’ resurrection in Acts 9:32-43?

What can we learn about the desire to always be with a loved one from Songs 3:1-5 and 6:1-3?

How important is caring for the dead in the Bible and what can we learn from the story of Tobiah and the burial of the dead?

How does the story of Judith, in particular, the episode of her cunning in Judith 11:1-16, teach us survival strategies in difficult times, according to the Bible?

What does the story of the offering of manna in the book of Numbers teach us about God’s daily provision in our lives? (Numbers 11)

What does Jesus’ statement “I am the resurrection and the life” in John 11:25-26 mean?

What is the true nature of evil, according to the story of Job described in Job 2:1-13?