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General Directory for Catechesis

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1 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | intended to assist mission.~– Part One(4) has three chapters 2 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | nature of catechesis;~– Part Two(5) contains two chapters, 3 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8(4) | Corresponds to Part II of the DCG.~ 4 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | particular and local Churches;~– Part Three(6) has also been revised 5 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8(5) | has the same objectives of Part III to the DCG.~ 6 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | involves the human sciences;~– Part Four(7) is entitled Those 7 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8(6) | Corresponds to Part IV of the DCG.~ 8 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | question of inculturation;~– Part Five(8) focuses on the centrality 9 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8(7) | Corresponds to Part V of the DCG of 1971. While 10 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8(7) | however, given the new form of Part Three it is preferred to 11 Intro, 0, 1, 1,24 | co-responsibility on the part of all for the mission of 12 Intro, 0, 1, 1,26 | certain reticence on their part to live in contemporary 13 Intro, 0, 1, 3,29 | adherence to the faith on the part of catechumens and those 14 I | PART ONE~CATECHESIS~IN THE CHURCH' 15 I, 0, 1, 8 | The meaning and purpose of Part One~ 16 I, 0, 1, 8,35 | 35. This first part intends to define the proper 17 I, I, 0, 10,38(82) | CCC 53 and 122; and also Part III, chap. 1.~ 18 I, I, 0, 10,38 | the words, for their part, proclaim the works, and 19 I, I, 0, 10,39 | task. Catechesis, for its part, transmits the words and 20 I, I, 0, 11,41(92) | communion with Jesus Christ" (Part I Chapter 3) and in "The 21 I, I, 0, 11,41(92) | Christocentricity of the Gospel Message (Part II, Chapter 1).~ 22 I, I, 0, 16,51 | action, it is an integral part of that action. (137) It 23 I, I, 0, 20,59(181) | DCG (1971) 20; CT 43; cf. Part Four, chap. 2.~ 24 I,II, 0, 20,60 | it is itself an integral part, is demonstrated. Thus, 25 I,II, 0, 21,61 | is called to perform, is part of that "Go" (183) which 26 I,II, 3, 2,74 | religious instruction is part of and completed by other 27 I,III, 0, 3,78(229) | stated in chapter I of this part in "The transmission of 28 I,III, 0, 3,78(229) | the Holy Spirit" and in part II, chapter I in "The ecclesial 29 I,III, 0, 4,80(236) | christological end of catechesis see Part I, chap. I and Part II, 30 I,III, 0, 4,80(236) | see Part I, chap. I and Part II, chap. I. "Jesus Christ 31 I,III, 0, 4,80(236) | that which is said in II part, chapter 1 "Christiaity 32 I,III, 0, 6,84 | encourages men to take an active part in the apostolate". (251)~ 33 I,III, 0, 8,86(273) | pp. 419-432. CCC 839-845; Part IV, chap. 4 of this Directory 34 I,III, 0, 11,90(289) | this distinction. For its part the CIC, canons 204-206, 35 II | PART TWO~THE GOSPEL MESSAGE~The 36 II, 0, 0, 12 | The meaning and purpose of Part Two~ 37 II, 0, 0, 12,93 | 93. Part Two, considers the content 38 II, I, 0, 19,104(351) | SRS 41; cf. LC 77. For its part the 1971 Synod devoted attention 39 II, I, 0, 21,108 | faith, is a fundamental part of the content of catechesis;~– 40 II, I, 0, 22,108(366) | Cf. Part IV, chp 5.~ 41 II, I, 0, 26,117(410) | Cf. part III, chapter 2.~ 42 II,II, 0, 27,120 | Catechetical Directory, for its part, carries that authority 43 II,II, 0, 27,120(417) | DCG (1971) Part III, chap. 2.~ 44 II,II, 1, 2,122 | the object of the faith (Part One);~– celebrated and communicated 45 II,II, 1, 2,122 | communicated in liturgical actions (Part Two);~– present to enlighten 46 II,II, 1, 2,122 | of God in their actions (Part Three);~– the basis of our 47 II,II, 1, 2,122 | praise and intercession (Part Four); (425)~This four part 48 II,II, 1, 2,122 | Part Four); (425)~This four part structure develops the essential 49 II,II, 1, 2,122(428) | Cf. Part One, chap. 3.~ 50 II,II, 1, 7,130 | Catholic Church, for its part, brings to catechesis "the 51 II,II, 2, 1,130(444) | 116) will be considered in Part V, chap. 4.~ 52 II,II, 2, 3,132(456) | Cf. part IV, chapter 1.~ 53 II,II, 2, 3,133(464) | evangelization. These are examined in Part I, chap. I.~ 54 II,II, 2, 4,134 | Catechetical Directory, for its part, offers the basic criteria 55 III | PART THREE~THE PEDAGOGY OF THE 56 III, 0, 2, 7 | The meaning and purpose of Part Three~ 57 III, 0, 2, 7,138 | and human experience form part of the pedagogy of the faith.~ 58 III, I, 0, 10,141 | All of these aspects form part of the history of catechesis 59 III,II, 0, 21,153(11) | Cf. Part I, chap. III; DCG (1971) 60 III,II, 0, 21,154 | 154. Catechetics forms part of that "memory" of the 61 III,II, 0, 21,155(16) | Cf. Part I, chap. 3. The baptismal 62 III,II, 0, 22,155(17) | DCG (1971), 71; cf. Part V, Chaps. 1 and 2.~ 63 III,II, 0, 24,157(19) | Cf. Part V Chap. 1.~ 64 IV | PART FOUR~THOSE TO BE CATECHIZED~ 65 IV, 0, 0, 28 | The meaning and purpose of Part Four~ 66 IV, 0, 0, 28,166 | type of catechesis, this Part will restrict itself to 67 IV, I, 0, 31,169(45) | GS 44. In this Part the terms adaptation and 68 IV,II, 1, 0,171(50) | Cf. Part I, chap. II, nn. 142-144; 69 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | the Church is an integral part of adult catechesis;~– to 70 IV,II, 1, 4,175(62) | Cf. Part I, chap. 2; DCG (1971), 71 IV,IV, 0, 12,200 | 200. For the most part, Christians today live in 72 IV, V, 0, 13,201(110) | Cf. Part II, chap. 1; DCG (1971) 73 IV, V, 0, 14,202(113) | Cf. Part II, chap. 1.~ 74 IV, V, 0, 19,207 | accessibility to so great a part of the people of God. The 75 IV, V, 0, 21,209(121) | Cf. Part III, chap. 2.~ 76 IV, V, 0, 24,212(127) | Cf. Part V, chap. 4.~ 77 V | PART FIVE~CATECHESIS~IN THE PARTICULAR 78 V, 0, 0, 26 | The meaning and purpose of Part Five~ 79 V, 0, 0, 26,215 | in the particular Church. Part Five of this Directory presents 80 V, 0, 0, 26,216 | lay faithful play their part, each according to their 81 V, I, 0, 27,216(129) | In Part Five as in the rest of the 82 V, I, 0, 27,216(129) | united by special links. Cf. Part I, chap. III and Part II, 83 V, I, 0, 27,216(129) | Cf. Part I, chap. III and Part II, chap. I. "The ecclesial 84 V, I, 0, 27,217(130) | biblical texts with which this part opens.~ 85 V, I, 0, 28,219 | its richness as well as part of its proper meaning;~b) 86 V, I, 0, 29,220(144) | community, DCG (1971) 35; cf. part IV, chapter 2.~ 87 V, I, 0, 32,225(166) | Cf. chap. 3 of this Part, The family as an environment 88 V,II, 0, 42,240 | catechist must transmit. For its part, "Sacred Scripture should 89 V,III, 0, 50,252(242)| See Part Five, chap. 1 where mention 90 V,III, 0, 51,255 | the family play an active part in the education of the 91 V,III, 0, 52,255(250)| See Part I, chap. III. Here the question 92 V,III, 0, 54,260(271)| the pupils" (CT 69); cf Part I, Chap. 2, nn. 73-76.~ 93 V,III, 0, 55,262(279)| considered an essential part in the apostolic life of 94 V,IV, 1, 1,266(290) | 1971) 108-109. See also Part V, chapter II.~ 95 V,IV, 2, 2,274(307) | Cf. Part IV, chap. 2: "Catechesis 96 V,IV, 2, 3,277(315) | in stages was analysed in Part I, chap. I. The process 97 V,IV, 3, 1,279(318) | Cf. Part Five, chap. 5.~ 98 V,IV, 4, 1,283(323) | Cf. Part Three, chap. 2, Social communication; 99 V,IV, 4, 2,284(327) | catechisms has been dealt with in Part two, chap. II. Here we intend


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