OSV web editor Jen Rey wrote about her experience on the OSV Daily Take blog last week:
The Catechism of the Catholic Church is my quick, go-to reference for clarity on Catholic teaching, whether simply for personal reflection or for sharing with a broader audience. But I've never actually read it cover to cover. I've studied large chunks of it in classes, and growing up I read various versions of the Baltimore Catechism in their entirety, but not the "CCC." I simply flip through the index at the back, find the right paragraph, nod with satisfaction and move on.
But one day — inspired by a family friend who converted to Catholicism after reading all 2,865 paragraphs of Catholic goodness — I decided to begin reading the entire Catechism....Click here to read her entire post.
For an easy way to digest the Catechism, consider joining the Catechism in a Year email list from Flocknote! You'll be emailed a little bit each day, and in just a year, you'll be finished! Great way to impress your friends!