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The Enchiridion is a compendium of all the basic texts on Catholic dogma and morality since the Apostolic Age. Commissioned by Pope Pius IXit has been in use sinceand enchiridin been regularly updated since.
The name Enchiridion from Greek cheir, “hand” means “handbook. By including all basic texts of Catholic teachings, the Enchiridion serves as a compendium of faith through the centuries. It is also a research instrument for theologians, historians, and individuals with an interest in the study of Christianity.
The latest updates extend to the teachings of Pope John Paul II ; it can thus be used for research on contemporary issues, such as the social teachings of the Church, subsidiaritypovertysocial justicedeath penaltybirth control or the ordination of women.
The Enchiridion is chronologically ordered, starting with the Symbolum Apostolicum. It includes the teachings of popes and ecumenical symbollorum since. It does not repeat symolorum the full texts, but only those central parts which are relevant to dogmatic or moral theology.
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Book: The Sources of Catholic Dogma [Enchiridion Symbolorum] (Denzinger)