Description: Believers who respond to God's word and become members of Christ's body become intimately united to him, the Catholic Catechism tells us. Through the sacraments, those who believe are intimately united with Christ in a very real and hidden way. The Body's unity does not do away with the diversity of its members who engage in a diversity of functions. The unity of the Mystical Body triumphs over all human divisions; there are no Jews, no Greeks, no slave, no free man. All are one in the body of Christ. Christ is the head of the body of the Church; the principle of creation and redemption. We are united with Christ in His Passover. All His members must strive to resemble Him until Christ is formed in them. This is Peggy Stanton and this has been the Order of Malta's Minute with the Catechism.