In several places the Catechism of the Catholic Church cites the Roman Catechism a.k.a. the Catechism of the Council of Trent. For example CCC § 750 ("…so as not to confuse God with his works and to attribute clearly to God’s goodness all the gifts he has bestowed on his Church."), footnote 138 says
138 Roman Catechism I, 10, 22.
I own a copy of the Companion to the Catechism of the Catholic Church so I thought I could just look up what that footnote citation said there, but it turns out that the Companion omits that cited text entirely. In fact, it looks like the Companion omits every mention of the Roman Catechism throughout!
Not too worry! I thought, there are plenty of online copies of the Roman Catechism. That’s when I discovered that this “I, 10, 22” type of citation doesn’t seem to correspond to the way that the old Catechism is actually laid out. Part I, Article 10, paragraph or section 22 seemed like the most obvious way to interpret the citation, but Part I, Article X in all the editions I’ve found (such as this one http://www.saintsbooks.net/books/The%20Roman%20Catechism.pdf ) is I. The Creed / X. The Forgiveness of Sins, and it doesn’t even have as many as 22 paragraphs in that section.
So I know there must be some other way to read “I, 10, 22” but I can’t figure it out.
Does anybody know how to find the part of the Roman Catechism that the CCC is citing?