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1 Abbr,II | International Council for Catechesis, Adult Catechesis in the 2 Abbr,II | Council for Catechesis, Adult Catechesis in the Christian Community, 3 Abbr,II | God, Cum iam ad exitum on catechesis in our times (28 October 4 Pref, 0, 0, 0,2 | orientation and promotion of catechesis. It has been a time in which 5 Pref, 0, 0, 0,2 | Churches in their renewal of catechesis and has acted as a point 6 Pref, 0, 0, 0,2 | methodology.~The course of catechesis during this same period 7 Pref, 0, 0, 0,2 | from outside the field of catechesis which have often impoverished 8 Pref, 0, 0, 0,3 | pastoral solicitude for catechesis. Numerous Bishops and Episcopal 9 Pref, 0, 0, 0,3 | considerable attention to catechesis by means of catechisms and 10 Pref, 0, 0, 0,3 | Paul VI served the Church's catechesis in a particularly exemplary 11 Pref, 0, 0, 0,4 | a decisive milestone for catechesis. The propositions subsequently 12 Pref, 0, 0, 0,4 | principle, namely, that of catechesis as a work of evangelization 13 Pref, 0, 0, 0,4 | of the Church. Henceforth catechesis would be considered as one 14 Pref, 0, 0, 0,4 | in October 1977, proposed catechesis to its participants as the 15 Pref, 0, 0, 0,5 | his first orientations for catechesis in the Apostolic Exhortation 16 Pref, 0, 0, 0,5 | Nuntiandi and fully locates catechesis within the context of evangelization.~ 17 Pref, 0, 0, 0,6 | particularly important for catechesis. In this respect mention 18 Pref, 0, 0, 0,6 | decisive importance for the catechesis of our times and for the 19 Pref, 0, 0, 0,7 | experts in theology and catechesis. In the revision of the 20 Pref, 0, 0, 0,7 | the General Directory for Catechesis seeks to arrive at a balance 21 Pref, 0, 0, 0,7 | the contextualization of catechesis in evangelization as envisaged 22 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | The General Directory for Catechesis, while retaining the basic 23 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | three chapters and roots catechesis above all in the conciliar 24 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | to clarify the nature of catechesis;~– Part Two(5) contains 25 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | presenting the Gospel message in Catechesis, puts forward afresh the 26 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | transmission of the faith in catechesis and for the preparation 27 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | contexts of those to whom catechesis is directed, to matters 28 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8(7) | attention to those to whom catechesis is directed is a partipation 29 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | various agents involved in catechesis (who, of course, are always 30 Pref, 0, 0, 0,9 | the word and, concretely, catechesis.(9) The basic intention 31 Pref, 0, 0, 0,9 | if the nature and end of catechesis, as well as the truths and 32 Pref, 0, 0, 0,9 | the effective promotion of catechesis is something which pertains 33 Pref, 0, 0, 0,10 | Revelation, the nature of catechesis, the criteria governing 34 Pref, 0, 0, 0,10 | to the manner of adapting catechesis to diverse age groups and 35 Pref, 0, 0, 0,11 | have responsibility for catechesis. Clearly it will be of use 36 Pref, 0, 0, 0,12 | with the organization of catechesis at different levels. Due 37 Pref, 0, 0, 0,12 | insufficient in areas where catechesis and catechetical resources 38 Pref, 0, 0, 0,12 | excessive in areas where catechesis has not yet undergone such 39 Pref, 0, 0, 0,13 | respond to the needs of catechesis and the norms and directives 40 Intro, 0, 0, 2,16 | Hence the importance of a catechesis capable of initiating catechumens 41 Intro, 0, 0, 3,17 | misery".(16)~By means of catechesis, in which due emphasis is 42 Intro, 0, 0, 4,18(20) | principal "human rights". Catechesis should pay attention to 43 Intro, 0, 0, 4,19 | to the human family".(26) Catechesis must prepare them for this 44 Intro, 0, 0, 6,23 | develop a profoundly religious catechesis, nourished on the Gospel, 45 Intro, 0, 1, 1,24 | very welcome fruit.(41) The catechesis of children, of young people 46 Intro, 0, 1, 1,24 | In such Christians this catechesis has encouraged:~– a new 47 Intro, 0, 1, 1,26 | missionary proclamation and catechesis, especially of the young 48 Intro, 0, 1, 2,28 | activity of the Church, catechesis included, must tend all 49 Intro, 0, 1, 3 | The situation of catechesis: its vitality and difficulties~ 50 Intro, 0, 1, 3,29 | 29. The vitality of catechesis in recent years has been 51 Intro, 0, 1, 3,29 | themselves with enthusiasm to catechesis, one of the most important 52 Intro, 0, 1, 3,29 | character of contemporary catechesis and its ability to secure 53 Intro, 0, 1, 3,29 | an acute awareness that catechesis must have a catechumenal 54 Intro, 0, 1, 3,29 | expanding role of adult catechesis (55) the catechetical programmes 55 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30 | concerns the conception of catechesis as a school of faith, an 56 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30 | fundamental direction of catechesis, catechetical activity is 57 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30 | influential as an inspiration for catechesis: in much catechesis, indeed, 58 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30 | for catechesis: in much catechesis, indeed, reference to Sacred 59 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30 | The ecclesial nature of catechesis, in this case, appears less 60 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30 | Concerning the object of catechesis, which always seeks to promote 61 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30 | regard to the content of catechesis: there are certain doctrinal 62 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30 | unity of the faith; (59)~– "Catechesis is intrinsically bound to 63 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30 | the fundamental tasks of catechesis. Neverthless while there 64 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30 | inadequate. Frequently, ordinary catechesis gives only marginal and 65 Intro, 0, 1, 6 | Some challenges for catechesis~ 66 Intro, 0, 1, 6,33 | vitality and to be efficacious, catechesis today needs to undertake 67 Intro, 0, 1, 6,33 | Based on the example of catechesis in the patristic era, it 68 I | PART ONE~CATECHESIS~IN THE CHURCH'S~MISSION 69 I | MISSION OF EVANGELIZATION~Catechesis in the Church's mission 70 I, 0, 1, 8,35 | the proper character of catechesis. Its first chapter, with 71 I, 0, 1, 8,35 | fundamental to the meaning of catechesis. Together with these, the 72 I, 0, 1, 8,35 | indispensable point of reference for catechesis. The same dynamic is presented 73 I, 0, 1, 8,35 | second chapter situates catechesis within the context of evangelization 74 I, 0, 1, 8,35 | the proper character of catechesis.~The third chapter presents 75 I, 0, 1, 8,35 | more direct analysis of catechesis in itself: its ecclesial 76 I, 0, 1, 8,35 | it is inspired.~The term catechesis has undergone a semantic 77 I, 0, 1, 8,35 | Directory the concept of catechesis takes its inspiration from 78 I, 0, 1, 8,35 | Redemptoris Missio.~The concept of catechesis which one has, profoundly 79 I, I, 0, 10,39 | sacrament, teaching and task. Catechesis, for its part, transmits 80 I, I, 0, 10,39 | light for the human person, catechesis not only recalls the marvels 81 I, I, 0, 11,41 | and man. It is the task of catechesis to show who Jesus Christ 82 I, I, 0, 11,41 | Christocentricity" (92) of catechesis: the mystery of Christ, 83 I, I, 0, 11,41(92) | explained in "The object of catechesis: communion with Jesus Christ" ( 84 I, I, 0, 14,48 | Christian life, by means of "catechesis" (118) and the "sacraments 85 I, I, 0, 14,48 | homilies and other forms of catechesis), the sacraments and the 86 I, I, 0, 16,51 | function fundamentally by catechesis, in close relation with 87 I, I, 0, 16,51 | Important forms include: the catechesis of non-baptized adults in 88 I, I, 0, 16,51 | in the catechumenate, the catechesis of baptized adults who wish 89 I, I, 0, 16,51 | complete their initiation; the catechesis of children and of the young, 90 I, I, 0, 16,51 | is also called "permanent catechesis". (135)~It is intended for 91 I, I, 0, 16,51(135) | the faith" or "continuing catechesis". They may not however, 92 I, I, 0, 16,51(135) | and specific character of catechesis understood as basic initiation. 93 I, I, 0, 16,51(135) | denotes a second grade of catechesis which is subject to initiatory 94 I, I, 0, 16,51(135) | is subject to initiatory catechesis. It does not denote the 95 I, I, 0, 16,52 | pre and post baptismal catechesis, the liturgical forms and 96 I, I, 0, 16,52 | more than one function. Catechesis, for example, together with 97 I, I, 0, 18,56 | and to identify with him. Catechesis initiates them in knowledge 98 I, I, 0, 18,57 | characterized by the call to faith; catechesis by giving a foundation to 99 I, I, 0, 19,58 | conversion. In this context catechesis is usually developed within 100 I, I, 0, 19,58 | contexts it is vital that catechesis for children, adolescents 101 I, I, 0, 19,58 | primary proclamation and basic catechesis are priorities.~ 102 I, I, 0, 20,59 | The model for all catechesis is the baptismal catechumenate 103 I, I, 0, 20,59 | inspire the other forms of catechesis in both their objectives 104 I, I, 0, 20,59 | and in their dynamism.~– "Catechesis for adults, since it deals 105 I, I, 0, 20,59 | considered the chief form of catechesis. All the other forms, which 106 I, I, 0, 20,59 | This implies that the catechesis of other age groups should 107 I, I, 0, 20,59 | of dioceses.~In this way catechesis, situated in the context 108 I, I, 0, 20,59 | identity. The ministry of catechesis appears, then, as a fundamental 109 I,II | CHAPTER II~Catechesis~in the process of evangelization~" 110 I,II, 0, 20,60 | chapter the relationship of catechesis with the other elements 111 I,II, 0, 20,60 | firstly, the relationship of catechesis with the primary proclamation, 112 I,II, 0, 20,60 | close connection between catechesis and the sacraments of Christian 113 I,II, 0, 20,60 | the fundamental role of catechesis in the ordinary life of 114 I,II, 0, 20,60 | the relationship between catechesis and the teaching of religion 115 I,II, 0, 21 | or first proclamation and catechesis~ 116 I,II, 0, 21,61 | and to call to conversion. Catechesis, "distinct from the primary 117 I,II, 0, 21,61 | going-out, a haste, a message. Catechesis, however, starts with the 118 I,II, 0, 21,62 | who present themselves for catechesis truly require genuine conversion. 119 I,II, 0, 21,62 | by means of a "kerygmatic catechesis", sometimes called "pre-catechesis", (187) 120 I,II, 0, 21,62 | whoever believes", can catechesis, strictly speaking, fulfil 121 I,II, 0, 21,62(187) | those to whom kerygmatic catechesis or pre-catechesis is addressed 122 I,II, 0, 21,62 | faith. (188)~The fact that catechesis, at least initially, assumes 123 I,II, 1 | Catechesis at the service of christian 124 I,II, 1, 1 | Catechesis, an essential "moment" in 125 I,II, 1, 1,63 | Catechesi Tradendae places catechesis firmly within the Church' 126 I,II, 1, 1,63 | but different "moments". "Catechesis", it adds, "is one of these 127 I,II, 1, 1,63 | which "prepare" (190) for catechesis and activities which "derive" 128 I,II, 1, 1,63 | it (191) The "moment" of catechesis is that which corresponds 129 I,II, 1, 1,64 | the ministry of the word, catechesis lays the foundation for 130 I,II, 1, 1,64 | that foundation.~Initiatory catechesis is thus the necessary link 131 I,II, 1, 1,64 | plan depend essentially on catechesis". (196) In this sense catechesis 132 I,II, 1, 1,64 | catechesis". (196) In this sense catechesis must always be considered 133 I,II, 1, 2 | Catechesis, at the service of Christian 134 I,II, 1, 2,65 | in the faith by means of catechesis, by receiving the sacraments 135 I,II, 1, 2,66 | 66. Catechesis, is thus, a fundamental 136 I,II, 1, 2,66 | The link uniting catechesis and Baptism is true profession 137 I,II, 1, 2,66 | sacrament and the goal of catechesis. The aim of catechetical 138 I,II, 1, 2,66(199) | in the mission ad gentes catechesis precedes Baptism. In the 139 I,II, 1, 2,66(199) | precedes Baptism. In the catechesis of the baptized, formation 140 I,II, 1, 2,66(199) | this case a function of catechesis is to help to discover and 141 I,II, 1, 2,66(199) | calls it post-baptismal catechesis.~ 142 I,II, 1, 2,66 | profess it. Hence, "authentic catechesis is always an orderly and 143 I,II, 1, 3 | characteristics of initiatory catechesis ~ 144 I,II, 1, 3,67 | 67. Catechesis acquires certain characteristics 145 I,II, 1, 3,67 | comprehensive and structured" (203) catechesis, since catechesis is principally 146 I,II, 1, 3,67 | catechesis, since catechesis is principally distinguished 147 I,II, 1, 3,67(203) | considering the organic nature of catechesis as the principal characteristic 148 I,II, 1, 3,68 | In summary, initiatory catechesis, being comprehensive and 149 I,II, 1, 3,68 | to inspire other forms of catechesis.~ 150 I,II, 2 | Catechesis at the service of ongoing 151 I,II, 2, 1,69 | continuing conversion. Initiatory catechesis lays the basis for the Christian 152 I,II, 2, 1,69 | what is provided by basic catechesis. In order to encourage this 153 I,II, 2, 1,69 | forms them in the faith: "Catechesis runs the risk of becoming 154 I,II, 2, 1,69 | at a certain stage of his catechesis". (210) The accompaniment 155 I,II, 2, 1,70 | of faith put forward by catechesis and brings it to its natural 156 I,II, 2, 2 | Various forms of continuing catechesis~ 157 I,II, 2, 2,71 | word uses many forms of catechesis. Among these the following 158 I,II, 2, 2,71 | teaching". (215)~– Liturgical catechesis, prepares for the sacraments 159 I,II, 2, 2,71 | regarded as an "eminent kind of catechesis". (216)~– Occasional catechesis 160 I,II, 2, 2,71 | catechesis". (216)~– Occasional catechesis which seeks to interpret 161 I,II, 2, 2,71 | instruction "perfective catechesis".~ 162 I,II, 2, 2,71(218) | the correlation between catechesis and theology.~ 163 I,II, 2, 2,72 | important that initiatory catechesis for adults, whether baptized 164 I,II, 2, 2,72 | baptized or not, initiatory catechesis for children and young people 165 I,II, 2, 2,72 | young people and continuing catechesis are closely linked with 166 I,II, 2, 2,72 | important also that the catechesis of children and young people, 167 I,II, 2, 2,72 | young people, permanent catechesis and the catechesis of adults 168 I,II, 2, 2,72 | permanent catechesis and the catechesis of adults should not be 169 I,II, 3 | Catechesis and religious instruction 170 I,II, 3, 1,73 | its relationship with the catechesis of children and of young 171 I,II, 3, 1,73 | instruction in schools and catechesis is one of distinction and 172 I,II, 3, 1,73 | religious instruction and catechesis". (220)~What confers on 173 I,II, 3, 2,74 | schools and family or parish catechesis.~It is not possible to reduce 174 I,II, 3, 2,74 | the ministry of the word (catechesis, homilies, liturgical celebration, 175 I,II, 3, 2,75 | decision of faith, which catechesis, in its turn, will nurture 176 I,II, 3, 2,75 | in the Christian family, catechesis and religious instruction 177 I,II, 3, 2,76 | education in the family, catechesis and religious instruction 178 I,III | object~and the duties of catechesis~"And every tongue confess 179 I,III, 0, 2,77 | Having outlined the place of catechesis in the Church's mission 180 I,III, 0, 2,77 | word, this chapter examines catechesis particularly in relation 181 I,III, 0, 2,77 | the ecclesial nature of catechesis, that is to say, the agent 182 I,III, 0, 2,77 | is to say, the agent of catechesis, the Church animated by 183 I,III, 0, 2,77 | the fundamental object of catechesis;~– the tasks whereby this 184 I,III, 0, 2,77 | the proper character of catechesis—already described in the 185 I,III, 0, 3 | Catechesis: activity of an ecclesial 186 I,III, 0, 3,78 | 78. Catechesis is an essentially ecclesial 187 I,III, 0, 3,78 | The true subject of catechesis is the Church which, continuing 188 I,III, 0, 3,78 | and she transmits it in catechesis to all those who have decided 189 I,III, 0, 3,78(233) | for Aan adequate use in catechesis of this most expressive 190 I,III, 0, 3,79 | mother and teacher. Through catechesis she feeds her children with 191 I,III, 0, 4 | The object of catechesis: communion with Jesus Christ~ 192 I,III, 0, 4,80 | The definitive aim of catechesis is to put people not only 193 I,III, 0, 4,80(236) | this christological end of catechesis see Part I, chap. I and 194 I,III, 0, 4,80 | proclamation of the Gospel, catechesis seeks to solidify and mature 195 I,III, 0, 4,80 | sustains this work of catechesis with the help of its grace.~ 196 I,III, 0, 5 | The object of catechesis is expressed in profession 197 I,III, 0, 5,82 | 82. Catechesis is that particular form 198 I,III, 0, 5,82 | fruitful confession of faith: "Catechesis has its origin in the confession 199 I,III, 0, 5,82 | entrusts his life. Initiatory catechesis—both before and after the 200 I,III, 0, 5,82 | undertaking. Continuing catechesis helps to mature this profession 201 I,III, 0, 5,82 | entails. It is important that catechesis should unite well the confession 202 I,III, 0, 5,82 | process which, aided by catechesis, necessarily leads to explicit 203 I,III, 0, 6 | The tasks of catechesis accomplish its objective~ 204 I,III, 0, 6,84 | 84. The object of catechesis is realized by diverse, 205 I,III, 0, 6,84 | To carry them out, catechesis is certainly inspired by 206 I,III, 0, 6,84(246) | and the means (munera) of catechesis. These are the specific 207 I,III, 0, 6,84 | 10,1) (249)~The duties of catechesis correspond to education 208 I,III, 0, 6,84 | dimensions of faith, for catechesis is integral Christian formation, " 209 I,III, 0, 6,84 | translated into prayer. Catechesis must cultivate each of these 210 I,III, 0, 6,84 | must also be encouraged by catechesis. The Second Vatican Council 211 I,III, 0, 7 | Fundamental tasks of catechesis: helping to know, to celebrate 212 I,III, 0, 7,85 | The fundamental tasks of catechesis are:~– Promoting knowledge 213 I,III, 0, 7,85 | the other all the more. Catechesis, must, therefore, lead to " 214 I,III, 0, 7,85 | knowledge of the faith, catechesis nourishes not only the life 215 I,III, 0, 7,85 | priesthood. For this reason, catechesis, along with promoting a 216 I,III, 0, 7,85 | walking in his footsteps. Catechesis must, therefore, transmit 217 I,III, 0, 7,85(259) | the characteristics which catechesis must assume in moral formation.~ 218 I,III, 0, 7,85 | which is prepared for by catechesis, must always demonstrate 219 I,III, 0, 7,85 | therefore a true act of catechesis. When catechesis is permeated 220 I,III, 0, 7,85 | act of catechesis. When catechesis is permeated by a climate 221 I,III, 0, 8 | Other fundamental tasks of catechesis: initiation and education 222 I,III, 0, 8,86 | 86. Catechesis prepares the Christian to 223 I,III, 0, 8,86 | attitudes which it is for catechesis to inculcate: the spirit 224 I,III, 0, 8,86 | developing this community sense, catechesis takes special note of the 225 I,III, 0, 8,86 | ecclesial communities. Thus catechesis in pursuing this objective 226 I,III, 0, 8,86 | the Holy Spirit". (267) Catechesis will possess an ecumenical 227 I,III, 0, 8,86 | Missionary initiation~a) Catechesis is also open to the missionary 228 I,III, 0, 8,86 | are precisely those which catechesis must nourish: to seek out 229 I,III, 0, 8,86 | for this missionary sense, catechesis is also necessary for interreligious 230 I,III, 0, 8,86 | of other religions. (272) Catechesis shows that the link between 231 I,III, 0, 8,86 | sown in these religions". Catechesis too helps to reconcile and, 232 I,III, 0, 8,86(273) | refers to those to whom catechesis is addressed and returns 233 I,III, 0, 8,86(273) | and returns to the topic Catechesis in the context of other 234 I,III, 0, 9,87 | 87. The tasks of catechesis, consequently, constitute 235 I,III, 0, 9,87 | missionary spirit. When catechesis omits one of these elements, 236 I,III, 0, 9,87 | its own way, the object of catechesis. Moral formation, for example, 237 I,III, 0, 9,87 | great catechetical themecatechesis of God the Father, for example— 238 I,III, 0, 9,87 | To fulfil its tasks, catechesis avails of two principal 239 I,III, 0, 9,87 | it is very important that catechesis retain the richness of these 240 I,III, 0, 10,88 | a process of maturation. Catechesis, which is at the service 241 I,III, 0, 10,88 | gradual activity. "Good catechesis is always done in steps". (279) 242 I,III, 0, 10,88 | the context of integral catechesis beginning with "the handing 243 I,III, 0, 10,89 | inspire the gradual nature of catechesis. (287) In the patristic 244 I,III, 0, 10,89 | realized through biblical catechesis, based on recounting the 245 I,III, 0, 10,89 | for Baptism by doctrinal catechesis, explaining the Creed and 246 I,III, 0, 10,89 | a period of mystagogical catechesis which help the newly baptized 247 I,III, 0, 10,89 | catechumenate and initiatory catechesis itself. This latter, in 248 I,III, 0, 11 | catechumenate: inspiration for catechesis in the Church~ 249 I,III, 0, 11,90 | must inspire contemporary catechesis and its significance.~By 250 I,III, 0, 11,90 | between the pre-baptismal catechesis and the post-baptismal catechesis, 251 I,III, 0, 11,90 | catechesis and the post-baptismal catechesis, which is respectively imparted 252 I,III, 0, 11,90(290) | adults who need initiatory catechesis. CT 44 specifies the diverse 253 I,III, 0, 11,90(290) | circumstances in which this catechesis may be deemed necessary.~ 254 I,III, 0, 11,91 | inspiration for post-baptismal catechesis.~– the baptismal catechumenate 255 I,III, 0, 11,91 | factors which constitute it: catechesis and the sacraments of Baptism, 256 I,III, 0, 11,91 | spirituality of Baptism inspire all catechesis.~– The baptismal catechumenate 257 I,III, 0, 11,91 | faith offers post-baptismal catechesis dynamic and particular characteristics: 258 I,III, 0, 11,91 | community.~Post-baptismal catechesis, without slavishly imitating 259 I,III, 0, 11,91(295) | and the same time includes catechesis, liturgical participation 260 II, 0, 0, 12,93 | norms and criteria which catechesis must follow so as to find, 261 II, 0, 0, 12,93 | point of reference for all catechesis. It also presents some observations 262 II, I | presenting~the Gospel message in catechesis~"Hear, O Israel: The Lord 263 II, I, 0, 13 | The word of God: source of catechesis~ 264 II, I, 0, 13,94 | 94. The source from which catechesis draws its message is the 265 II, I, 0, 13,94 | message is the word of God:~"Catechesis will always draw its content 266 II, I, 0, 14 | sources" of the message of catechesis (303)~ 267 II, I, 0, 14,94(303) | The term 'the source of catechesis' is used to underline the 268 II, I, 0, 14,94(303) | speaks of 'the source' of catechesis. Nonetheless following general 269 II, I, 0, 14,94(303) | concrete loci from which catechesis draws its message; cf. DCG ( 270 II, I, 0, 14,96 | principle or subsidiary, of catechesis but must not be understood 271 II, I, 0, 14,96 | the principle sources of catechesis. Each of the subsidiary 272 II, I, 0, 14,96 | the subsidiary sources of catechesis has its own proper language 273 II, I, 0, 14,96 | documents of the faith". Catechesis is a living tradition of 274 II, I, 0, 14,96 | it is expressed, provide catechesis with those criteria for 275 II, I, 0, 15,97 | presenting the Gospel message in catechesis are closely inter-connected 276 II, I, 0, 15,97 | historic nature because catechesis—as with all evangelization— 277 II, I, 0, 15,97 | developed in relation to catechesis.~ 278 II, I, 0, 16,98 | he is the Word of God. Catechesis is therefore completely 279 II, I, 0, 16,98 | the message transmitted by catechesis is, above all, its "christocentricity". (310) 280 II, I, 0, 16,98 | firstly, that "at the heart of catechesis we find, in essence, a person, 281 II, I, 0, 16,98 | the fundamental task of catechesis is to present Christ and 282 II, I, 0, 16,98 | history", (312) presented by catechesis. He is indeed the final 283 II, I, 0, 16,98 | all that is transmitted by catechesis is "the teaching of Jesus 284 II, I, 0, 16,98 | Christocentricity obliges catechesis to transmit what Jesus teaches 285 II, I, 0, 16,98 | and his saving actions. In catechesis, "the four Gospels occupy 286 II, I, 0, 17,99 | The christocentricity of catechesis, in order of its internal 287 II, I, 0, 17,100 | the Gospel message leads catechesis to attend amongst others, 288 II, I, 0, 17,100 | The internal structure of catechesis: every mode of presentation 289 II, I, 0, 17,100 | Holy Spirit". (321) "If catechesis lacks these three elements 290 II, I, 0, 17,100 | and of the Holy Spirit, catechesis shows the most intimate 291 II, I, 0, 18,101 | trustingly to him". (330) Catechesis transmits this message of 292 II, I, 0, 18,102 | Gospel kerygma of Jesus, catechesis underlines the following 293 II, I, 0, 18,102 | manner, is fundamental to catechesis.~– Jesus shows, at the same 294 II, I, 0, 18,102 | judged—is fundamental for catechesis.~– Jesus declares that the 295 II, I, 0, 19,104 | Christians for this task, catechesis is attentive, amongst other 296 II, I, 0, 19,104 | Absolute which is God"; (347)~– catechesis, in the ambit of moral education, 297 II, I, 0, 19,104(347) | obligatory point of reference for catechesis.~ 298 II, I, 0, 19,104 | task of initiating mission, catechesis shall arouse in catechumens 299 II, I, 0, 19,104 | catechumens and those receiving catechesis "a preferential option for 300 II, I, 0, 19,104(351) | fundamental importance to catechesis: Education in Justice (III, 301 II, I, 0, 20,105 | The ecclesial nature of catechesis confers on the transmitted 302 II, I, 0, 20,105 | inherent ecclesial character. Catechesis originates in the Church' 303 II, I, 0, 20,105 | the hearts of believers. Catechesis is nothing other than the 304 II, I, 0, 20,105 | in many ways.~Hence, when catechesis transmits the mystery of 305 II, I, 0, 20,105 | truth, there is present in catechesis the faith of all those who 306 II, I, 0, 20,106 | whole world, and even though catechesis transmits the faith in many 307 II, I, 0, 20,106 | Father of us all" (Eph 4,5). Catechesis, in the Church, therefore, 308 II, I, 0, 21,107 | Lord's coming. In Patristic catechesis, the narration (narratio) 309 II, I, 0, 21,107(358) | Fathers basing the content of catechesis on the narration of the 310 II, I, 0, 21,108 | Christian message requires that catechesis attend to the following 311 II, I, 0, 21,108 | history by means of Biblical catechesis so as to make known the " 312 II, I, 0, 21,108(359) | fundamental reference for biblical catechesis. Cf. CCC 1081 and 1093.~ 313 II, I, 0, 21,108 | fundamental part of the content of catechesis;~– in explaining the Creed 314 II, I, 0, 21,108 | morality by means of doctrinal catechesis, the Gospel message should 315 II, I, 0, 21,108 | today' is essential to such catechesis, and thus helps catechumens 316 II, I, 0, 21,108(363) | nature of this "mystagogical catechesis" since it proceeds "from 317 II, I, 0, 21,108 | contained in them"; (364) catechesis helps to make the passage 318 II, I, 0, 21,108 | God's presence and plan: catechesis, thus, shall exhibit that 319 II, I, 0, 22,110 | different concrete tasks for catechesis. Amongst these mention must 320 II, I, 0, 23,111 | inculturating the faith, catechesis must transmit the Gospel 321 II, I, 0, 23,111 | fundamental principle of catechesis, therefore, is that of safeguarding 322 II, I, 0, 23,112 | deposit of faith. (381) Catechesis, on the contrary, "must 323 II, I, 0, 23,112 | adaptation. Consequently catechesis starts out with a simple 324 II, I, 0, 23,112 | the proper character of catechesis. (383) These two levels 325 II, I, 0, 25,116 | truly becomes clear". (398)~Catechesis, in presenting the Christian 326 II, I, 0, 25,116 | springs from the very end of catechesis, which seeks to put the 327 II, I, 0, 25,116 | he lives it in us". (402) Catechesis operates through this identity 328 II, I, 0, 25,117 | 117. For this reason, catechesis is eminently christological 329 II, I, 0, 25,117 | heart; (406)~– in biblical catechesis, it shall help to interpret 330 II, I, 0, 25,117 | in explaining the Creed, catechesis shall show how the great 331 II, I, 0, 25,117 | the human being;~– moral catechesis, in presenting what makes 332 II, I, 0, 25,117 | man; (408)~– liturgical catechesis shall make constant reference 333 II, I, 0, 26,118 | exposition of the content of catechesis, must be applied in the 334 II, I, 0, 26,118 | in the various forms of catechesis, that is to say, in biblical 335 II, I, 0, 26,118 | biblical and liturgical catechesis, in doctrinal summaries, 336 II, I, 0, 26,118 | the present situation of catechesis reasons of method or pedagogy 337 II, I, 0, 26,118 | riches of the content of catechesis should be organized in one 338 II, I, 0, 26,118 | community or of those to whom catechesis is specifically addressed. 339 II,II, 0, 26,119 | reflects on the content of catechesis as presented by the Church 340 II,II, 0, 26,119 | as a reference point for catechesis throughout the Church. It 341 II,II, 0, 26,119 | its role in the overall catechesis of the Church. It will, 342 II,II, 0, 27 | the General Directory for Catechesis~ 343 II,II, 0, 27,120 | The General Directory for Catechesis provides "the basic principles 344 II,II, 0, 27,120 | Catechetical Directory for Catechesis under the title: "The more 345 II,II, 1, 1,121 | obligatory point of reference for catechesis and for the other forms 346 II,II, 1, 2,122 | the four basic tasks of catechesis, (428) and for the drawing 347 II,II, 1, 2,122 | The best structure for catechesis must be one which is suitable 348 II,II, 1, 4,124 | indispensable basic reference for catechesis.~– In virtue of being a 349 II,II, 1, 5,125 | is not the only source of catechesis, since as an act of the 350 II,II, 1, 5,126 | of vital importance for catechesis:~– the relationship between 351 II,II, 1, 5,126 | reference for the content of catechesis;~– the relationship between 352 II,II, 1, 6 | the Catholic Church, and Catechesis~ 353 II,II, 1, 6,127 | position. In concrete terms, catechesis should be "an authentic 354 II,II, 1, 6,127 | Scripture as sources for catechesis means that catechesis must 355 II,II, 1, 6,127 | for catechesis means that catechesis must imbibe and permeate 356 II,II, 1, 6,127 | them. It also means that catechesis will be as rich and as effective 357 II,II, 1, 6,128 | specific authority, to nourish catechesis in the Church of today.~– 358 II,II, 1, 6,128 | in the Church of today.~– Catechesis transmits the content of 359 II,II, 1, 6,128 | biblical as well as doctrinal catechesis so that they become true 360 II,II, 1, 6,128 | ordinary development of catechesis it is important that catechumens 361 II,II, 1, 6,128 | and the local catechism. Catechesis, by definition, is nothing 362 II,II, 1, 7,129 | organization of the content of catechesis in accordance with the stages 363 II,II, 1, 7,129 | that process; in patristic catechesis a primary role is devoted 364 II,II, 1, 7,129 | initiation, mystagogical catechesis helped interiorize them 365 II,II, 1, 7,130 | for its part, brings to catechesis "the great tradition of 366 II,II, 1, 7,130 | comes together in the actual catechesis of the Church, enriching 367 II,II, 1, 7,130 | her in her own concept of catechesis and of its contents. These 368 II,II, 1, 7,130 | These traditions bring to catechesis the seven basic elements 369 II,II, 1, 7,130 | stones, both of initiatory catechesis and of continuing Christian 370 II,II, 1, 7,130 | situations of those to whom catechesis is addressed.~ 371 II,II, 2, 1,131 | invaluable instruments for catechesis which are "called to bring 372 II,II, 2, 2,132 | as a reference point for catechesis.~– The local catechism is 373 II,II, 2, 2,132 | reference point to inform catechesis. The Sacred Scriptures and 374 II,II, 2, 2,132 | texts for the process of catechesis and must always be to hand. 375 II,II, 2, 2,132(455) | In catechesis apart from catechetical 376 II,II, 2, 4 | Churches in the elaboration of catechesis~ 377 II,II, 2, 4,135(465) | catechized which is required of catechesis" (4).~ 378 II,II, 2, 5,136 | greatest responsibility for catechesis in the Church. (475)~The 379 II,II, 2, 5,136 | be a renewing leaven of catechesis in the Church. Contemplating 380 III, 0, 2, 7,138 | action of the grace of God. Catechesis is thus an exercise in " 381 III, 0, 2, 7,138 | explored in the history of catechesis. These are concerned with 382 III, I, 0, 8,139 | words of instruction and catechesis which are transmitted from 383 III, I, 0, 10,141 | community is in herself living catechesis. Thus she proclaims, celebrates, 384 III, I, 0, 10,141 | indispensable and primary locus of catechesis.~Throughout the centuries 385 III, I, 0, 10,141 | form part of the history of catechesis and, by right, enter into 386 III, I, 0, 11,142 | education" received by means of catechesis and by means of knowledge 387 III, I, 0, 12 | Divine pedagogy and catechesis~ 388 III, I, 0, 12,143 | 143. Catechesis, as communication of divine 389 III, I, 0, 12,143 | encounter with God. In this way, catechesis:~– is a pedagogy which serves 390 III, I, 0, 12,143 | made man, who determines catechesis as "a pedagogy of the incarnation", 391 III, I, 0, 12,143 | Holy Spirit. (497)~Thus catechesis takes the form of a process 392 III, I, 0, 13,144 | 144. Catechesis, which is therefore active 393 III, I, 0, 13,144 | its inspiration and norm. "Catechesis becomes an untiring echo" 394 III, I, 0, 13,144 | which the Lord calls him.~Catechesis therefore carries out a 395 III, I, 0, 14,145 | life", and therefore for catechesis: "the law of fidelity to 396 III, I, 0, 14,145 | attitude". (504)~Genuine catechesis therefore is that catechesis 397 III, I, 0, 14,145 | catechesis therefore is that catechesis which helps to perceive 398 III, I, 0, 15,146 | This implies for catechesis the never-ending task of 399 III, I, 0, 15,146 | instructions adequate for catechesis are those which permit the 400 III, I, 0, 16,147 | by the pedagogy of faith, catechesis presents its service as 401 III,II, 0, 17 | Diversity of methods in catechesis ~(1)~ 402 III,II, 0, 17,148 | respect for those to whom catechesis is addressed. Such variety 403 III,II, 0, 17,148 | communication, as applied to catechesis, while also taking account 404 III,II, 0, 17,148 | acquisitions of contemporary catechesis.~ 405 III,II, 0, 18 | content-method relationship in catechesis ~(3)~ 406 III,II, 0, 18,149 | knows that the content of catechesis cannot be indifferently 407 III,II, 0, 18,149 | of the faithful to whom catechesis is addressed.~Because of 408 III,II, 0, 18,149 | tradition and in present day catechesis, mention must be made of 409 III,II, 0, 18,149 | especially of the Creed, since catechesis is a transmission of the 410 III,II, 0, 19,150 | communication of the faith in catechesis is an event of grace, realized 411 III,II, 0, 19,150 | regard to the history of catechesis, there is common reference 412 III,II, 0, 20 | Human experience in catechesis ~(9)~ 413 III,II, 0, 20,152 | has different functions in catechesis. For this reason, it must 414 III,II, 0, 20,152 | existence. It is a task of catechesis to make people more aware 415 III,II, 0, 21 | Memorization in catechesis~ (11)~ 416 III,II, 0, 21,154 | desert places of a memoryless catechesis. What is essential is that 417 III,II, 0, 21,155 | handing on of the faith in catechesis (traditio) corresponds to 418 III,II, 0, 23,157 | protection of creation. In catechesis, therefore, subjects take 419 III,II, 0, 23,157 | adults, can contribute to catechesis, by pointing out the most 420 III,II, 0, 24 | Community, person and catechesis~ (19)~ 421 III,II, 0, 24,158 | source, locus and means of catechesis. Concretely, the community 422 III,II, 0, 25,159 | people. The same is true of catechesis, both for children where 423 III,II, 0, 26,160 | essential for evangelization and catechesis.(25) In fact, "the Church 424 III,II, 0, 26,160 | In every well planned catechesis, such aids cannot be absent. 425 IV, 0, 0, 27,164 | experience in proclamation or catechesis. In this way the characteristics 426 IV, 0, 0, 27,164 | the universal openness of catechesis and its visible incarnation 427 IV, 0, 0, 28,165 | situations of people (36) moves catechesis to employ many different 428 IV, 0, 0, 28,165 | different needs.(37) The catechesis of initial faith is for 429 IV, 0, 0, 28,165 | the baptized gives rise to catechesis designed to deepen faith 430 IV, 0, 0, 28,165 | those to be catechized, catechesis is developed according to 431 IV, 0, 0, 28,165 | socio-cultural contexts, again, catechesis is developed within these 432 IV, 0, 0, 28,166 | deal with every type of catechesis, this Part will restrict 433 IV, 0, 0, 28,166 | consideration of those aspects of catechesis which are of importance 434 IV, 0, 0, 28,166 | adaptation (chapter 1);~– catechesis based on age (chapter 2);~– 435 IV, 0, 0, 28,166 | based on age (chapter 2);~– catechesis for those who live in special 436 IV, 0, 0, 28,166 | circumstances (chapter 3);~– catechesis in various contexts (chapters 437 IV, I, 0, 29 | believer to receive a valid catechesis (38)~ 438 IV, I, 0, 29,167 | therefore a right to adequate catechesis. It is thus a primary responsibility 439 IV, I, 0, 30,168 | overlooked that the recipient of catechesis is the whole Christian community 440 IV, I, 0, 30,168 | life of the Church that catechesis draws its legitimacy and 441 IV, I, 0, 30,168 | plan depend essentially on catechesis".(43)~The adaptation of 442 IV, I, 0, 31 | requires that the content of catechesis be a healthy and adequate 443 IV, I, 0, 32,170 | Church. For this reason catechesis does not stop with a consideration 444 IV,II | CHAPTER II~Catechesis according to age~ 445 IV,II, 0, 33,171 | 171. Catechesis based on different age groups 446 IV,II, 0, 33,171 | responses of Christian vocation.~Catechesis, therefore, is given by 447 IV,II, 0, 33,171 | that successive phases of catechesis harmoniously complete catechesis 448 IV,II, 0, 33,171 | catechesis harmoniously complete catechesis received in childhood. Hence 449 IV,II, 0, 33,171 | make reference to adult catechesis and, in that light, orientate 450 IV,II, 0, 33,171 | in that light, orientate catechesis for other times of life.~ 451 IV,II, 1 | The catechesis of adults ~(50)~ 452 IV,II, 1, 0,171(50) | CT 43-44; COINCAT, The catechesis of adults in the Christian 453 IV,II, 1, 1 | Adults to whom catechesis is directed~ (51)~ 454 IV,II, 1, 2 | criteria proper to adult catechesis~ (55)~ 455 IV,II, 1, 2,173 | 173. Adult catechesis concerns persons who have 456 IV,II, 1, 2,173 | and spiritual life. Adult catechesis requires the accurate identification 457 IV,II, 1, 2,173 | are responsible for the catechesis of adults in the community— 458 IV,II, 1, 2,174 | authentic and effective adult catechesis, mention must be made of 459 IV,II, 1, 3 | particular tasks of adult catechesis~ (61)~ 460 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | needs of our time, adult catechesis must systematically propose 461 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | fundamental service to adult catechesis is given by the Catechism 462 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | particular, the tasks of adult catechesis are:~– to promote formation 463 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | an integral part of adult catechesis;~– to develop the rational 464 IV,II, 1, 4 | Particular forms of adult catechesis ~(62)~ 465 IV,II, 1, 4,176 | require special forms of catechesis:~– catechesis for the Christian 466 IV,II, 1, 4,176 | special forms of catechesis:~– catechesis for the Christian initiation 467 IV,II, 1, 4,176 | traditional forms of catechesis of the people of God, duly 468 IV,II, 1, 4,176 | missions;~– the on-going catechesis of those who have a task 469 IV,II, 1, 4,176 | in the lay apostolate;~– catechesis for use in particularly 470 IV,II, 1, 4,176 | should be emphasized;~– catechesis for the Christian use of 471 IV,II, 1, 4,176 | during holidays and travel;~– catechesis for special events in the 472 IV,II, 1, 4,176 | many other forms of special catechesis, complement, but do not 473 IV,II, 2 | The catechesis of infants and young children~ (63)~ 474 IV,II, 2, 1,177 | growth. This is also true in catechesis which must always be made 475 IV,II, 2, 2 | Characteristics of catechesis for infants and children~ (67)~ 476 IV,II, 2, 2,178 | 178. The catechesis of children is necessarily 477 IV,II, 2, 2,178 | nothing replaces family catechesis, especially for its positive 478 IV,II, 2, 2,179 | All this requires that catechesis and catechists constantly 479 IV,II, 2, 2,179 | excellent occasion for adult catechesis.(71)~ 480 IV,II, 2, 3,180 | education and by providing catechesis which is proportionate to 481 IV,II, 3 | Catechesis of young people ~(73)~ 482 IV,II, 3, 1,181 | suggests that it is useful in catechesis to distinguish between pre-adolescence, 483 IV,II, 3, 1,181 | proper to adults. Youth catechesis must be profoundly revised 484 IV,II, 3, 2,182 | family and weaknesses in the catechesis which they have received. 485 IV,II, 3, 2,183 | 183. Some consequences for catechesis arise from this. The service 486 IV,II, 3, 2,183 | environments. The heart of catechesis is the explicit proposal 487 IV,II, 3, 2,183 | considered only objects of catechesis, but also active subjects 488 IV,II, 3, 3 | Characteristics of catechesis for young people ~(81)~ 489 IV,II, 3, 3,184 | that the most successful catechesis is that which is given in 490 IV,II, 3, 3,184 | affecting their lives. Hence, catechesis should be integrated with 491 IV,II, 3, 3,184 | approaches for effective catechesis.~ 492 IV,II, 3, 3,185 | the diverse forms of youth catechesis, provision should be made, 493 IV,II, 3, 3,185 | catechumenate during school years, catechesis for Christian initiation, 494 IV,II, 3, 3,185 | for Christian initiation, catechesis on specific themes, as well 495 IV,II, 3, 3,185 | meetings. ~Generally youth catechesis should be proposed in new 496 IV,II, 3, 3,185 | young people and the Church (catechesis, catechists). A necessary " 497 IV,II, 3, 3,185 | necessary "adaptation of catechesis to young people" is urged, 498 IV,II, 4 | Catechesis for the aged ~(85)~ 499 IV,II, 4, 1,186 | adequate catechetical care. In catechesis, they have the same rights 500 IV,II, 4, 1,186 | the word. In any event, catechesis addressed to the aged will


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