Exodus 20:1-17 lists the Ten Commandments in the following order: worship only God, worship no idols and do not misuse God's name. Keep the Sabbath holy and honor one's parents. Do not murder, commit adultery or steal. D... More »

There are many printable charts that outline the Ten Commandments, designed for use in Sunday school or Bible classrooms. BibleStoryPrintables.com offers free charts, coloring pages, games and teacher aids related to the... More »

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Some ways to teach the Ten Commandments to Catholic children include coloring-in, singing, discussion and games. Some resources for such activities are available from the websites of the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart ... More »

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The Catholic Ten Commandments are those commands of God listed in Exodus 20:1-17. The commandments summarize the laws of God, with the first three commandments dealing with mankind's relationship to God and the remaining... More »

The Ten Commandments, drawn from Exodus 20:2-17 and Deuteronomy 5:6-21 in the Bible, include prohibitions forbidding idolatry, taking God's name in vain, murder, adultery and stealing. They also include commands to honor... More »

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The Ten Commandments are a set of biblical principles that outline instructions on ethics and worship practices in the Jewish and Christian religions. The Ten Commandments deal with subjects such as adultery, murder, bla... More »

The Ten Commandments of the Roman Catholic Church are regarded as the laws of God by Christians associated with the Catholic faith. The Ten Commandments are prevalent in all forms of Christianity, but the Catholic Church... More »