Part I can be read HERE.
In the second article of the Pater, we are directed to bless the Name of the Lord. This blessing is used to counter those who, in defiance of the Second Commandment, take the Name of the Lord in vain and those who blaspheme the Lord. We, though, are directed to hallow the Holy Name, and to revere it.
In connection to this, we have also the Most Holy Name of Jesus, which the Catholic Church honours with devotions. The Most Holy Name was given to Our Lord as a sign of His Office of Messiah, for Jesus means "Yahweh saves". And it is through Our Lord that Yahweh has made known His salvation, revealed His Gospel, and opened the Way for us to get to Heaven.
But with regard to the Eternal Father, we hallow Him as Father, and Generator of all life. For all paternity is named from Him, since He is truly the one and only Father, and all paternity comes from Him [Eph. 3:14-15]. He claims exclusive right over being addressed as Father, though He shares His Paternity with certain men on earth, such as our earthly fathers, our priests, our bishops, and of course, the Holy Father. Our Lord Himself makes us aware of this, when He says to not call any man father, because we have one Father, and He is in Heaven [Matt. 23:9]. Contrary to the erroneous teachings of Protestants, Our Blessed Saviour was not denying that we call men on earth father, since He Himself commands us to obey our fathers,[Matt. 15:4] and to obey the spiritual fathers He deigns to put over us [1 Corinth. 4:15; Heb. 13:17].
Earthly fathers are to model themselves on the Divine Father, dispensing justice and mercy as the Heavenly Father does. For the Heavenly Father, being Just and Merciful, teaches earthly fathers how to rule their families, not as a tyrant, but as kind and caring, but also the dispenser of discipline. In this time when the Enemy attacks the masculinity of men and seeks to corrupt it through effeminacy, Catholic fathers should have a strong devotion to the Eternal Father, and also to St. Joseph, who presents a perfect image of how the Paternity of the Father is mirrored in the lives of natural fathers.
Therefore, Catholic men should especially hallow the Name of Paternity which is proper to the Father, and to beseech Him to bless them in their paternal duties, whether natural or spiritual. For often, where a natural father is not present, the priest, the spiritual father, can be of importance. We seen young men seeking fatherhood in alien ways; by being involved in gangs; by sexual attraction to other men, and the like. All these are ways in which young men, having no natural father to guide them, seek that fatherhood in other men. The destruction of the father's place in the family, and in society, and caused the collapse of the mother's place, and of everyone else's place. The Radical Left, pawns of Hell, decry the Patriarchy; yet the Patriarchy is the society which is based around fatherhood.
Catholic society is patriarchal: Adam is the father of the human race; Abraham is the our father in faith; priests are our spiritual fathers; our biological fathers are our natural fathers. Society is patriarchal, for the father is the head of his family, and so in Catholic nations, the King was seen as the father of his people.
Whether we like it or not, God is patriarchal.