Has anyone given any thought to this, or has anyone ever heard of a resource like this that perhaps I'm not aware of? This is of particular interest to us in that our son has some mental disabilities. We have found over the years that we've had to simplify even the children's catechism in order for him to learn it, but he's done well. Here's an example of what we do. The italicized parts are what he answers. 1. Who made you? God 2. And God made... All things 3. For his...Own glory As you can see, there's a lot more fill-in-the-blank and less answering in complete sentences. We've gone much further with him, but most of it is prompting with 2-3 word answers. We are thinking of writing this down if it could perhaps be of use for the mentally handicapped, whether adults or children, who do not posses the ability to go beyond short phrases and are of limited understanding. Any thoughts on this?