Description: What do we mean by the Way of Prayer? The Catholic Catechism tells us that in the living tradition of prayer, each Church proposes to the members a language for prayer within the context of of its historical, cultural and social background. The Magisterium of the Church has the task of discerning if these ways of praying are faithful to the traditions of the Apostolic faith. There is, the Catechism insists, no other way of Christian prayer than Christ. Why? Because, whether our prayer is communal or vocal, it only has access to the Father through the name of Jesus which means “God Saves.” It is through his sacred humanity that the Holy Spirit teaches us to pray to our Father. This is Peggy Stanton and this has been the Order of Malta’s Minute with the Catechism.