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The council of Trent in 1566 may be the most famous, but is passé for most Catholics today, I guess. There is also the 19th cent. Baltimore catechism, in three volumes, the first two for children. Pope St. John Paul II, appointed Cardinal Ratzinger (later Pope Benedict XVI) to oversee the new catechism begun in 1986. However, these two are over 400pp for Trent and over 800pp for the new one, so here a short one of 80pp done in 1908 for Pope Pius X:
May all seek, find and follow the Path of Tathāgatas.
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