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Congregation for the Clergy
General Directory for Catechesis

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1 Abbr,II | Council, Declaration on Religious Liberty, Dignitatis Humanae ( 2 Intro, 0, 0, 4,18 | embrace also cultural and religious factors. What interests 3 Intro, 0, 0, 4,18 | participation in public life, and to religious liberty are, today, demanded 4 Intro, 0, 0, 4,19 | contribute to a cultural and religious impoverishment which equally 5 Intro, 0, 0, 5,20 | with consequent human and religious repercussions. Modern man 6 Intro, 0, 0, 6 | Religious and moral factors~ 7 Intro, 0, 0, 6,22 | cultural heritage of a people, religious and moral factors are of 8 Intro, 0, 0, 6,22 | culture a persistent spread of religious indifference: "Many however 9 Intro, 0, 0, 6,22 | In the specifically religious sphere there are signs of " 10 Intro, 0, 0, 6,22 | the renewed interest in religious research".(36) Certainly 11 Intro, 0, 0, 6,22 | growth of sects and new religious movements and the revival 12 Intro, 0, 0, 6,23 | today is on a par with its religious situation. There is an evident 13 Intro, 0, 0, 6,23 | field of activity in the religious and moral sphere. Indeed 14 Intro, 0, 0, 6,23 | to develop a profoundly religious catechesis, nourished on 15 Intro, 0, 1, 1,25 | in considering today's religious situation, the Church is 16 Intro, 0, 1, 1,25 | even though in many hearts religious feeling has not been completely 17 Intro, 0, 1, 1,25 | themselves, at times with sincere religious feeling and deep rooted " 18 Intro, 0, 1, 1,25 | often highly educated, whose religious formation amounts solely 19 Intro, 0, 1, 1,26 | various cultures and other religious confessions, or on account 20 Intro, 0, 1, 3,29 | great number of priests, religious and laity who devote themselves 21 Intro, 0, 1, 3,29 | catechized in a world in which religious sense is obscured must also 22 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30 | Christian witness, for inter religious dialogue, and for their 23 I, I, 0, 14,49 | non-believers and those who live in religious indifference; initial catechetical 24 I, I, 0, 16,51 | other religions. (133) The religious awakening of the children 25 I, I, 0, 16,51 | education in families and religious instruction in schools also 26 I, I, 0, 18,56 | inclination to believe, "religious quest". (162) The Church 27 I, I, 0, 19,58 | diversified and changing religious panorama, in which it is 28 I, I, 0, 19,58 | all ages, who live in a religious context in which Christian 29 I, I, 0, 20,59 | entire panorama of these religious situations. "The boundaries 30 I,II, 0, 21,61 | non-believers and those living in religious indifference. Its functions 31 I,II, 3 | Catechesis and religious instruction in schools~ 32 I,II, 3, 1 | The proper character of religious instruction in schools~ 33 I,II, 3, 1,73 | the character proper to religious instruction in schools and 34 I,II, 3, 1,73 | The relationship between religious instruction in schools and 35 I,II, 3, 1,73 | distinguish clearly between religious instruction and catechesis". (220)~ 36 I,II, 3, 1,73 | What confers on religious instruction in schools its 37 I,II, 3, 1,73(220) | Catholic Education, "The religious dimension of education in 38 I,II, 3, 1,73 | scholastic disciplines, religious instruction in schools sows 39 I,II, 3, 1,73 | necessary, therefore, that religious instruction in schools appear 40 I,II, 3, 1,73 | inter-disciplinary dialogue religious instruction in schools underpins, 41 I,II, 3, 1,73(222) | CT 69 the originality of religious instruction in schools does 42 I,II, 3, 1,73(222) | of ministry of the word. Religious instruction in schools seeks 43 I,II, 3, 1,73(223) | Catholic Education, "The religious dimension of education in 44 I,II, 3, 2 | context and those to whom religious instruction in schools is 45 I,II, 3, 2,74 | 74. Religious instruction in schools is 46 I,II, 3, 2,74 | the relationship between religious instruction in the schools 47 I,II, 3, 2,74 | reduce the various forms of religious instruction in schools, 48 I,II, 3, 2,74 | efforts be made so that religious instruction in schools respond 49 I,II, 3, 2,74 | confessional character of religious instruction in schools, 50 I,II, 3, 2,74 | of the Catholic school, religious instruction is part of and 51 I,II, 3, 2,74(226) | Catholic Education, The religious dimension of education in 52 I,II, 3, 2,74 | In other circumstances religious instruction will have an 53 I,II, 3, 2,74 | the Christian religion, religious instruction maintains a 54 I,II, 3, 2,75 | of students who receive religious instruction in school are 55 I,II, 3, 2,75 | characterized by continuous change. Religious instruction should be cognizant 56 I,II, 3, 2,75 | students who are believers, religious instruction assists them 57 I,II, 3, 2,75 | are searching, or who have religious doubts, can also find in 58 I,II, 3, 2,75 | doubts, can also find in religious instruction the possibility 59 I,II, 3, 2,75 | students who are non-believers, religious instruction assumes the 60 I,II, 3, 2,75 | Christian family, catechesis and religious instruction at the service 61 I,II, 3, 2,76 | the family, catechesis and religious instruction in schools are, 62 I,III, 0, 8,86 | of consecration to God in religious and apostolic life and to 63 I,III, 0, 9,87 | formation. While essentially religious and ecclesial, it also strongly 64 II, I, 0, 14,95 | made manifest in genuine religious and moral values which, 65 II, I, 0, 19,103 | economic but also cultural and religious" (343) are a source of concern 66 II, I, 0, 19,104 | prospective of the "specifically religious objective of evangelization", (345) 67 II, I, 0, 19,104 | it were divorced from the religious basis by which it is sustained 68 II, I, 0, 21,107(358) | salvation history and not a mere religious philosophy. They also wished 69 II, I, 0, 22,110 | catechist who, with a profound religious sense, also possesses a 70 II, I, 0, 23,113 | acceptance of truly human and religious values with the missionary 71 II,II, 1, 4,124 | Vatican Council as well as the religious and moral concerns of our 72 II,II, 2, 3,133 | for a society permeated by religious indifference as it is for 73 II,II, 2, 3,133 | as it is for a profoundly religious context. (462) The relationship 74 III, I, 0, 10,141 | life and original forms of religious communication such as the 75 III, I, 0, 16,147 | person to open himself to the religious dimension of life, while 76 IV, I, 0, 29,167 | pedagogical, social, cultural, and religious conditioning. They may or 77 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | attitudes;~– to clarify current religious and moral questions, that 78 IV,II, 2, 2,179 | capacities. Often specific religious instruction will be given 79 IV,II, 2, 3 | Infants and children without religious support in the family or 80 IV,II, 2, 3,180 | children who lack adequate religious support in the family, either 81 IV,II, 3, 2,182 | social commitment and even religious experience.~ 82 IV,II, 3, 3,184 | The diversity of the religious situation should be kept 83 IV,II, 4, 2,187 | moment of new light and religious experience. Sometimes people 84 IV,III, 0, 7,192 | faith in God and fidelity to religious traditions. Urban catechesis 85 IV,IV, 0, 8,193 | which forms of unbelief and religious indifference may be encountered 86 IV,IV, 0, 8,193 | with vibrant expressions of religious and cultural pluralism. 87 IV,IV, 0, 9,195 | the search for God and the religious life which are full of fervour 88 IV,IV, 0, 9,195 | required which is of such religious richness as to be quick 89 IV,IV, 0, 9,195 | superstition, syncretism, or religious ignorance may be avoided. " 90 IV,IV, 0, 10,198 | co-operation in the area of religious instruction. It is important, 91 IV,IV, 0, 11,199(102) | Christian Unity, Commission for religious relations with Judaism, 92 IV,IV, 0, 11,199 | the word of God". (103)~"Religious instruction, catechesis, 93 IV,IV, 0, 13 | Catechesis in relation to "new religious movements"~ (107)~ 94 IV,IV, 0, 13,200(107) | Phenomenon of Sects or new religious movements: pastoral challenge, 95 IV,IV, 0, 13,201 | climate of cultural and religious relativism, and sometime 96 IV,IV, 0, 13,201 | a proliferation of "new religious movements" has occurred. 97 IV,IV, 0, 13,201 | the Gospel. Because of the religious yearning which these movements 98 IV,IV, 0, 13,201(108) | Phenomenon of Sects or new religious movements: pastoral challenge, 99 IV, V, 0, 21,209 | safeguarding of the genuine religious meaning of selected forms 100 IV, V, 0, 23,212 | such as ethnic pluralism, religious pluralism, differences of 101 V, 0, 0, 26,216 | Bishops, priests, deacons, religious and the lay faithful play 102 V, I, 0, 28,219 | jointly by priests, deacons, religious and laity, in communion 103 V, I, 0, 28,219 | Even if priests, deacons, religious and laity exercise catechesis 104 V, I, 0, 29,221 | which receives them new religious and human wealth. Thus the 105 V, I, 0, 32,226 | throughout life. This childhood religious awakening which takes place 106 V, I, 0, 32,226 | the home the Christian or religious content of these events". (168) 107 V, I, 0, 32,227 | bear witness to human and religious values. This educational 108 V, I, 0, 32,227 | which is both human and religious is "a true ministry", (171) 109 V, I, 0, 33 | The role of religious in catechesis~ 110 V, I, 0, 33,228 | activity and wishes that "religious communities dedicate as 111 V, I, 0, 33,228 | contribution to catechesis of religious and of members of societies 112 V, I, 0, 33,228 | which characterizes the religious life, constitutes a gift 113 V, I, 0, 33,228 | beatitudes". (177) The witness of religious united to the witness of 114 V, I, 0, 33,229 | 229. "Many religious institutes for men and women 115 V, I, 0, 33,229 | founders is such that many religious collaborate today in diocesan 116 V, I, 0, 33,229 | history many men and women religious "have been committed to 117 V, I, 0, 33,229 | marginal consideration when religious assume catechetical tasks. 118 V, I, 0, 33,229 | charisms of the various religious communities express this 119 V, I, 0, 33,229 | emphases, often of great religious, social and pedagogical 120 V, I, 0, 34,231 | Diocese a certain number of religious and laity publicly recognized 121 V, I, 0, 35,232 | do not receive adequate religious formation within the family". (194)~– 122 V, I, 0, 35,232 | analysing her own cultural and religious situation, will discover 123 V,II, 0, 39,237 | received by priests and religious. Rather, "their apostolic 124 V,II, 0, 43,242 | place "an analysis of the religious situation as well as of 125 V,II, 0, 46,246(233) | Priests and religious ought to assist the lay 126 V,II, 0, 49,251 | formation to which priests, religious and laity might have access 127 V,II, 0, 49,251 | area of activities to which religious congregations are dedicated, 128 V,III, 0, 51,255 | wisdom and sense of the religious is often times decisive 129 V,III, 0, 53,258 | alienated or who live in religious indifference (264) must 130 V,III, 0, 54,259(268)| Catholic Education, The religious dimension of education in 131 V,III, 0, 54,260 | proclamation, scholastic religious instruction, catechesis, 132 V,III, 0, 54,260 | in the Catholic school: religious instruction in the school 133 V,III, 0, 54,260 | necessarily limited and even religious education—when possible— 134 V,III, 0, 54,260(271)| precisely the quality of the religious instruction integrated into 135 V,III, 0, 54,260 | plurality of socio-cultural and religious contexts in which the work 136 V,III, 0, 55,262 | must constitute a serious religious formation "open to all the... 137 V,IV, 1, 1,267 | be performed by priests, religious and laity. Catechesis is 138 V,IV, 1, 4,271 | function of promoting the religious education of the Christian 139 V,IV, 1, 4,271 | international initiatives on religious education, coordinates their 140 V,IV, 3, 1,279 | action and analysis of the religious situation as well as of 141 V,IV, 3, 1,279 | formation;~– an "analysis of the religious situation" of the Diocese 142 V,IV, 3, 1,279 | to open to mystery; the religious sense, the concrete ways


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