catechize


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examine through questioning and answering

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give religious instructions to

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Namely, each unit seeks to catechize through an encounter of the students' personal, lived experience with similar experiences in the life of Jesus.
Nonetheless, there were occasions when missionary priests like Benedict Flaget of Kentucky and Joseph Rosati of Missouri attempted to catechize enslaved persons despite immoral treatment at the hands of their masters, the most startling activities being "concubinage" and sexual abuse.
The Women of Grace(R) apostolate uses regional conferences, study groups, curricula, daily radio programming, and Canticle magazine, to catechize and evangelize women to the truths of Sacred Scripture and the teachings of the Catholic Church.
s text not only to those who catechize but also to the catechumenate.
He saw the value of mass media to evangelize and catechize, to capture attention and to deepen understanding.
A typical day begins with early morning prayer, meditation and Eucharist, followed by several hours of classes: the catechism and the Bible, writing and speech, and church and African-American history Weekends offer opportunities to catechize and minister with local communities or even venture into nearby Lagos, where parishes in Nigeria's most populous city hold as many as seven liturgies each weekend.
universe where the Confederacy still lives in the shadow of the Union and where Fox News and ultra-conservative stars catechize Catholics better than the church to which my family belongs.
The latter not only had to catechize their people in their own languages but also were responsible for Catholic worship and other dimensions of ecclesial life in their communities.
Nalle demonstrates how the Counter Reformation mounted a remarkably effective and far-reaching campaign to educate and reform the moral life of the clergy and catechize the laity.
Tabor (Mt 17:1) she "remained behind with certain persons to instruct and catechize them.
50) As in Scotland, New England ruling elders were expected to be learned enough to catechize and teach others.
Usually, he travelled with extensive powers, which let him make and unmake local officials, found or quash houses, admit, expel, confess, and examine men, and exhort and catechize all in matters constitutional.
Committed to the Second Vatican Council's call to the laity, Bosco's tenure was marked by a multitude of efforts to catechize the laity and bring them into a richer involvement with the church.
It will then be incumbent on bishops and pastors of the church, along with others in liturgical and educational ministries, to catechize and convince the people that the new Missal is an improvement on the current one.