2196-2257.The Fourth Commandment. This section covers the family in God’s plan, the Christian family, the family and society, the duties of family members, the family and the Kingdom. Fr Guy explores the primacy of the family in the life of all humanity, subject to God’s law.
2142-2167. This second commandment flows naturally from the first. Fr Guy considers what it means to keep the name of the Lord holy, exploring the different aspects of blasphemy and the use of false oaths, and why our Christian name, conferred at Baptism, is so important.
2110-2141. This section of Fr Guy de Gaynesford’s commentary on the Catechism of the Catholic Church covers superstition, idolatry, divination and magic, irreligion, atheism and agnosticism. Fr Guy also considers what it means ‘to make for yourself a graven image’, and what it does not mean.