Description: Ever wonder why we are all fascinated with mystery? Perhaps it is because our Creator God is mystery. From his amazing birth of a Virgin to his equally amazing death and resurrection, God's entire existence on earth in Jesus Christ is mystery. The Catholic Catechism tells us, that in Christ, the whole fullness of Deity dwelt bodily. "What was visible in his earthly life," says the Catechism, "leads to the invisible mystery of his divine sonship and redemptive mission." Christ's earthly journey also serves as a revelation of the Father. "He who has seen me, has seen the Father..." Jesus said. He became man to do his Father's will. Thus, even the smallest characteristics of his mysteries manifest "God's love ... among us." The Lord's whole life is a mystery of redemption. This is Peggy Stanton and this has been the Order of Malta's Minute with the Catechism.