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a set of questions or exercises designed to determine knowledge or skill

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a series of question put to an individual (such as a political candidate) to elicit their views

an elementary book summarizing the principles of a Christian religion

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Other areas that should be included in the program are catechetics or another form of religious education, and some form of specialized ministry, e.
111) "The Summer School of Catechetics," Catholic Record, 20 July 1929, 4.
As a former Director of Catechetics for the Archdiocese of Toronto, Msgr.
Articles in AFER treated topics as varied as catechetics, sacraments, liturgy, interreligious dialogue, inculturation, ecumenism, and seminary formation in the context of the church in Africa.
As the Catholic Church catechetics officer for almost 20 years, Cahill travelled to Catholic schools in Co Down and Co Antrim, testing primary and secondary school pupils on their knowledge of the catechism and their understanding of the Bible.
WARREN, Sourcebook for Modern Catechetics, I, Saint Mary's Press, Winona (Minn) 1983, especialmente los textos de A.
In 1979, John Paul II in his apostolic exhortation, Catechesi Tradendae, spoke of the ecumenical dimension of catechetics, which would apply to adult and Catholic school religious instruction, stating that,
He further insisted, in rebuttal, that the intended courses explaining Orthodox contributions to Russian culture were not lessons in catechetics but a necessary addition to the educational background of young Russians deprived of knowledge about their heritage during the Soviet period.
The essay on Letter from an Unknown Woman goes on for many excellent pages of analysis and description--Ophuls' delicate/tough film has never before or since been in such gentle firm hands--only to fumble toward the end into out-and-out political catechetics.
In this way Reu not only fostered the mission of the church through his seminary lectures on dogmatics, homiletics, catechetics, ethics, and virtually every other discipline in the curriculum but also by his considerable influence over Christian education in the parishes of the Iowa Synod and beyond.
It is one of his many purely theological tracts, which range in topic from creation to eschatology, from the interpretation of Scripture to the principles of fundamental theology, from ecumenism to catechetics and the subject closest to his heart: the Eucharist and the liturgy.
Attention was paid to observing the catechetics of each lesson.
The ongoing debate [on conversion] and the atmosphere has been vitiated as a result of the court ruling," said Bishop Frank Marcus Fernando, president of the Roman Catholic bishops' national commission on catechetics.
8) As such, it included homiletics (preaching), liturgics (worship), catechetics (education), poimenics (pastoral care) and diakonics (management and public service).