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

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He was known as the founder of the Missionary Catechists of St.
'In the spirit of service, as I take up the new pastoral yoke of the Diocese of Islamabad-Rawalpindi along with the added responsibility to serve the Diocese of Faisalabad as Apostolic Administrator until nomination of a new bishop, I would like to acknowledge with gratitude the labour done by my predecessors of both the dioceses, support and love I have received from the clergy, the religious, the catechists and the faithful.
With Gregory and Elizabeth Ryan's "The ABCs of Thomas Merton: A Monk at the Heart of the World", children age 5-9, as well as their parents, grandparents, teachers, and catechists, will enjoy learning about the major events in Thomas Merton's life and the choices he made along the way to become the world's most famous monk and hermit.
Her catechists have led preschoolers and kindergartners in the Nicene Creed and even a rosary.
(2) A model, when articulated, would 'set the CCD undertakings within the pastoral mission of the Church' and state the catechists' sense of purpose in 'pastoral, educational and theological terms'.
'The catechists who composed this catechism were trained in a Catechetical School in Europe in which all the teachers were Jesuit followers of Teilhard de Chardin.'"
Central to this process, she says, were Catechists, non-ordained assistants who were trained and educated by the missionaries to help spread Christianity.
In the 1960s the arrival of catechists from the Catholic diocese of San Cristobal de Las Casas introduced a liberationist version of Catholicism that gradually won adherents over the following years.
Pope Francis led the mass St Peter's Cathedral in the Vatican City on the occasion of the Catechists day.
In the early 20th century, the native lay catechists Blind Moses and Blind Paul brought the gospel to indigenous peoples living near the Artic Circle.
The entire set is a goldmine of information, and written accessibly to both professional theologians and catechists alike.
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.
Although catechists and religion teachers will not likely find these "meditations" helpful in preparing lesson plans, readers seeking fresh insights into traditional doctrines will find M.'s novel approach challenging and provocative.
Ward organizes her book into four parts: Nuns, Witches, Women Catechists, and Sisters.
She describes the personal, social and religious struggles of women who became proselytizers and catechists working alongside and supporting the Jesuits.