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

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The priest first contacted the catechist teacher who had taught the girl for the previous two years, and later accepted the request due to his recommendation.
Regrettably, less than 24 hours after the visit of the president, the same Orogbo and other communities all in Guma were attacked by suspected herdsmen where a Catholic catechist and two brothers were killed.
The three-tiered Catechist course was centralised under the CCD Diocesan leadership and further developed and refined.
The Missionary, the Catechist, and the Hunter: Foucault, Protestantism and Colonialism
SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, Grades 10-12, vice president, Grade 12; Excel Club, Grades 9-12, vice president, Grade 12; catechist at St.
Canon Ginny Doctor heads an indigenous catechist training program incorporating traditional teachings.
As a child, he dreamt of becoming a catechist like his father and, after he finished middle school, joined the school for catechists and took his training.
When Black Elk wrote this letter, he was a traveling catechist proclaiming the Gospel.
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.
His repeated use of the word 'catechist' may prompt a reader to consider the complexity of the roles of some of these narrators and even the description of the Parson's Tale, clearly the tale best described as 'pastoral discourse', cannot be adequately contained within the phrase 'unadulterated Peyrautian discourse on specific verbal sins' (p.
356), as prerequisite dispositions in the person of the catechist at the service of the gospel.
Emmanuel Enrico Ayo of the Diocese, of Paranaque and Nicole Anne Perez, a catechist from Manila archdiocese.