catechist


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one who instructs catechumens in preparation for baptism (especially one using a catechism)

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But for someone to be a formator or a catechist, they need to get the knowledge.
So catechist Julie Cantrell, who teaches fifth and eighth graders at St.
In the early 20th century, the native lay catechists Blind Moses and Blind Paul brought the gospel to indigenous peoples living near the Artic Circle.
Ward organizes her book into four parts: Nuns, Witches, Women Catechists, and Sisters.
The Two Roads became widely used across the United States and Canada and when Black Elk became a catechist in 1907, he too used it extensively as shown here.
As a new convert, the player's mission is to navigate the catacombs of ancient Rome, past legions of demon-possessed soldiers, to rescue one's catechist from prison.
The riding honours went to Ledbury-based former national champion Julian Pritchard who was successful with Northern Deal (men's open), Persona Pride (club members) and Catechist (aged maiden division two).
She has been a teacher in upper secondary public school, a catechist in the parish of Nittedal and a lecturer at the Norwegian Lutheran School of Theology.
I wanted to continue my education by going to college, but because my parents could not afford to send me to school, I worked as a catechist.
He is particularly sweet on a couple from Nolan's Gloucestershire yard-the maiden Catechist and Jimmy Greenspoon, who is coming back after a year off with leg troubles.
In addition, she volunteers as a catechist and religious educator at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church in Compton.
Saint John Paul II regarded Pope Paul VI as the great catechist of modern times: "Through the whole of his work, my venerable predecessor Paul VI served the Church's catechesis in a particularly exemplary fashion.
The RCL Benziger family of products supports catechists, educators, students, families, and individuals, with resources for Sacrament preparation, family life, catechist formation, and adult faith formation.
During the 2011-2012 academic year, I volunteered at our local parish in Arlington, Virginia as the lead catechist in my daughter's Sunday religious education class.
This clear-cut image of Black Elk as a Lakota traditionalist began to unravel in the 1980s with the revelation that he had converted to Catholicism in 1904 and served his people as a Catholic catechist for the next half-century.