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oral religious instruction (as before baptism or confirmation)

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PATRIS NOSTRI / CYRILLI ARCHI-/ EPISCOPI HIEROSOLY-/MORVM, CATECHESES ILLVMINA-/ TORVM HIEROSOLYMIS XVIII.
Finalmente, algunas apostillas anotan detalles que parecen surgir de las Metamorphosis de Apuleyo o del teatro latino y cuesta compaginarlas con las Catecheses de san Cirilo, como los manducones sordidi y las beatas que vuelan de la nota [20].
Es abrumadora la presencia de san Pablo, que Quevedo encuentra y subraya en las Catecheses (Romanos, 8, 28; 1 Corintios, 1, 9; 3, 12-13 y 3, 15; 1 Timoteo, 2, 12-14; Colosenses, 2, 14, etc.
Cabe destacar que cuando Quevedo parece fascinado por el estilo de las Catecheses en muchos casos su admiracion se refiere a la traduccion.
In conclusion, the year 351 is preferable to the more recently accepted date of 350 for the year in which Cyril preached his Catecheses, since (a) it better meets the criteria of internal temporal evidence, and (b) being some thirty years before Egeria's testimony, it need not be ruled out for having sermons during Holy Week.
Earlier studies of this thorny issue of scheduling the Catecheses during Lent include: F.
John Baldovin essentially does the same as Janeras in his arrangement of the catecheses, `A Lenten Sunday Lectionary in Fourth Century Jerusalem?
3) Sebastia Janeras, `A propos de la catechese [XIV.
The plan of the catecheses is deliberately disordered, having no sequential or logical progression from one subject to another .
style parochial school model, Catholic catecheses will survive; but it would be a serious error to see our system's demise as anything less than a threat to freedom of worship.