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1 Pref, 0, 0, 0,6 | After a long and complex process of elaboration the Catechism 2 I, I, 0, 14 | The process of evangelization~ 3 I, I, 0, 14,47 | well the dynamic of the process of evangelization: Christian 4 I, I, 0, 14,48 | evangelization must be viewed as the process by which the Church, moved 5 I, I, 0, 14,49 | 49. The process of evangelization, (123) 6 I, I, 0, 18 | The process of continuing conversion~ 7 I, I, 0, 18,56 | in fact, sets in motion a process of continuing conversion, 8 I, I, 0, 18,56 | can be identified in the process of faith and conversion:~ 9 I, I, 0, 18,56 | not the final point in the process of continuing conversion. 10 I, I, 0, 18,57 | is at the service of this process of full conversion. The 11 I,II | CHAPTER II~Catechesis~in the process of evangelization~"Things 12 I,II, 0, 21,62 | stage in the catechetical process be dedicated to ensuring 13 I,II, 1, 1 | essential "moment" in the process of evangelization~ 14 I,II, 1, 1,63 | remarkable one—in the whole process of evangelization". (189) 15 I,II, 1, 3,67 | essential moment" in the process of evangelization, in the 16 I,II, 2, 1,69 | the word while serving the process of continuing conversion. 17 I,II, 2, 1,69 | followers of Jesus. The process of continuing conversion 18 I,II, 2, 1,69 | order to encourage this process, it is necessary to have 19 I,II, 3, 1,73 | the Gospel in a personal process of cultural, systematic 20 I,II, 3, 1,73(222) | this dialogue in a personal process of systematic and critical 21 I,III, 0, 2,77 | nature of the catechetical process and its catechumenal inspiration.~ 22 I,III, 0, 3,78 | during the catechetical process, is given back (redditio), 23 I,III, 0, 5,82 | proclamation of the Gospel begins a process which, aided by catechesis, 24 I,III, 0, 10,88 | the Church, undergoes a process of maturation. Catechesis, 25 I,III, 0, 10,89 | far as it accompanies the process of conversion, is essentially 26 I,III, 0, 11,91 | baptismal catechumenate as a process of formation and as a true 27 II, I, 0, 20,105 | is nothing other than the process of transmitting the Gospel, 28 II, I, 0, 22,109 | is a profound and global process and a slow journey. (371) 29 II, I, 0, 22,109 | must be involved in this process which "...needs to take 30 II,II, 1, 5,126 | understanding of the catechetical process, and the Catechism of the 31 II,II, 1, 7,129 | pedagogy; in the catechumenal process the catechumen, like the 32 II,II, 1, 7,129 | with the stages of that process; in patristic catechesis 33 II,II, 2, 2,132 | doctrinal texts for the process of catechesis and must always 34 III, 0, 2, 7,138 | it is addressed and the process of inculturation.~The second 35 III, I, 0, 12,143 | relations and makes its own the process of dialogue;~– it conducts 36 III, I, 0, 12,143 | catechesis takes the form of a process or a journey of following 37 III,II, 0, 18,149 | any method. It requires a process of transmission which is 38 III,II, 0, 19,150 | only when the inductive process is completed.(8)~ 39 III,II, 0, 19,151 | understanding of faith and the process of reason.~ 40 III,II, 0, 21,154 | proposed as syntheses after a process of explanation and should 41 III,II, 0, 21,155 | life (redditio).(16)~This process encourages a greater participation 42 III,II, 0, 22,156 | phase of the catechetical process. The charism given to him 43 III,II, 0, 23,157 | catechized in their formative process is completely in harmony, 44 IV, I, 0, 29,167 | In the catechetical process, the recipient must be an 45 IV, I, 0, 32,170 | Church".(48) In this manner a process of adaptation is determined 46 IV,II, 2, 2,178 | The catechetical process in infancy is eminently 47 IV,II, 3, 1,181 | formally concludes the process of Christian initiation 48 IV,II, 3, 3,185 | the general educational process. One of the difficulties 49 IV,IV, 0, 8,194 | faith. It stimulates a real process of conversion. For them, 50 IV, V, 0, 16,204 | This defines a dynamic process consisting of various interactive 51 IV, V, 0, 17,205 | ensuring that the catechetical process is not infiltrated by syncretistic 52 IV, V, 0, 19,207 | cultural implications of this process: acquiring new motivations 53 IV, V, 0, 20,208 | has been planted. In the process of eculturating the Gospel, 54 IV, V, 0, 21,210 | Church is central to the process of inculturation, and it 55 IV, V, 0, 23,212 | 212. The process of inculturation operated 56 V, I, 0, 27,218 | Jesus Christ, a formative process which permits knowledge, 57 V, I, 0, 28,219 | catechetical activity within the process of evangelization. The task 58 V, I, 0, 29,220 | end of the catechetical process, it is the Christian community 59 V, I, 0, 35,232 | indispensable, in promoting the process of initiatory catechesis. 60 V,II, 0, 39,237 | proper to the catechetical process. It would be very difficult 61 V,III, 0, 52,256 | during their initiation process, from the precatechumenate 62 V,III, 0, 54,259 | subjects too of the educational process". (270)~ 63 V,IV, 2, 2,274 | a) a single, coherent, process of Christian initiation 64 V,IV, 2, 3,276 | as a moment in the total process of evangelization, the problem 65 V,IV, 2, 3,277(315)| concept of evangelization as a process structured in stages was 66 V,IV, 2, 3,277(315)| in Part I, chap. I. The process of evagelization.~ 67 V,IV, 3, 1,279 | fact, it is situated in the process of evangelization; a distinct 68 V,IV, 3, 1,280 | For always possible is a process of change which can make 69 V,IV, 4, 0,282 | obliged to follow the same process of elaboration and approval


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