For in the Blessed Eucharist is contained the whole spiritual good of the Church, namely Christ Himself, our Pasch." (C.C.C., n.
In such fashion, the Catholic Church retains that integrity and entirety of the faith which its very name signifies: "The word Catholic means universal, in the sense of "according to the totality" or "in keeping with the whole." (C.C.C., n.
For Tertullian, the Lord's Prayer `is truly the summary of the whole gospel.' (quoted in C.C.C., n.
In like respect, Saint Augustine has written, `Run through all the words of the holy prayers (in Scripture) and I do not think that you will find anything in them that is not contained and included in the Lord's Prayer.' (quoted in C.C.C., n.
This prayer not only teaches us to ask for things, but also in what order we should desire them.' (quoted in C.C.C., n.