catechize


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examine through questioning and answering

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give religious instructions to

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First, a court should carefully craft a special verdict to catechize the initial jury's conclusions.
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The 'Thou shalt not kill' tarpaulin will be put up to catechize the people because killing is forbidden by God, according to Pasquin.
Despite their old age, they carry out the obligations demanded by their religious traditions: they catechize the child that he may learn the fear of the Lord and they prepare him for manhood.
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.
We need to catechize the catechists and that includes priests," said the bishop.
There is still a need to catechize the people," he said, adding that he is extremely grateful to the justices who took part in the deliberations and eventual decision which upheld the rights of the unborn.
s text not only to those who catechize but also to the catechumenate.
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.
The Jesuit missionaries established mission centers and residencias in Dulag, Carigara, in Leyte, and Tinago and Catubig in Samar, and from there, they spread the Catholic faith sailing on small balotos on the rough seas, but traveling mostly on foot, crossing mountains, rivers and swamps in crudely made raftsto preach, baptize, and catechize about the Christian religion and minister to the sick.
Parents have the right and duty to catechize their children; they have the immense privilege of being the first ones to teach their children to pray.
Tabor (Mt 17:1) she "remained behind with certain persons to instruct and catechize them.
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.
She described lay ecclesial ministers as "servant leaders, men and women who are called to catechize and evangelize people they serve directly under the bishop.
So it was meant to catechize or to teach the faith," Quitorio said.