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1 Abbr,II | Adult Catechesis in the Christian Community, Libreria Editrice 2 Abbr,II | Christianae Adultorum, Rite of Christian Initiationis of Adults ( 3 Pref, 0, 0, 0,1 | catechetical instruction of the Christian people"(1) be drawn up. 4 Pref, 0, 0, 0,3 | particular Churches. The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, published 5 Intro, 0, 0, 2,16 | crucified and rose".(13) The Christian knows that every human event— 6 Intro, 0, 0, 2,16 | cannot be authentically Christian. Hence the importance of 7 Intro, 0, 0, 3,17 | Church (17) desires to stir Christian hearts "to the cause of 8 Intro, 0, 0, 4,18 | the constant object of Christian concern and commitment. 9 Intro, 0, 1, 1,24 | given rise to a type of Christian who is conscious of his 10 Intro, 0, 1, 1,26 | concrete situations of the Christian faith call urgently on the 11 Intro, 0, 1, 1,26 | Churches of long-standing Christian tradition where secularism 12 Intro, 0, 1, 2,27 | to the urgent quest for Christian unity.~ 13 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30 | apprenticeship in the entire Christian life of which catechists 14 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30 | formation of the laity for Christian witness, for inter religious 15 Intro, 0, 1, 6,33 | true and proper school of Christian pedagogy;~– It needs to 16 I, I, 0, 11,41 | ministry, and to present the Christian faith as the following of 17 I, I, 0, 14,47 | process of evangelization: Christian witness, dialogue and presence 18 I, I, 0, 14,47 | the catechumenate and Christian Initiation (14), the formation 19 I, I, 0, 14,47 | 14), the formation of the Christian communities through and 20 I, I, 0, 14,48 | initiates into the faith and the Christian life, by means of "catechesis" (118) 21 I, I, 0, 14,48 | and the "sacraments of Christian initiation", (119) those 22 I, I, 0, 14,48 | incorporating both into the Christian community; (120)~– constantly 23 I, I, 0, 14,49 | activity directed toward the Christian faithful of mature faith 24 I, I, 0, 14,49 | faith in the bosom of the Christian community. (125) These moments, 25 I, I, 0, 15,50 | that they may grow in their Christian life. (128)~The ministry 26 I, I, 0, 15,50(132) | reality intrinsic to the Christian message as though to imply 27 I, I, 0, 16,51 | awakening of the children of Christian families, is also an eminent 28 I, I, 0, 16,51 | character of initiation. Christian education in families and 29 I, I, 0, 16,51 | the basic elements of the Christian faith, but who need constantly 30 I, I, 0, 17,53 | work of evangelization. The Christian faith is, above all, conversion 31 I, I, 0, 17,55 | itself at all levels of the Christian's existence: in his interior 32 I, I, 0, 18,56 | the basis for the whole Christian life of the Lord's disciple. (166)~ 33 I, I, 0, 18,56 | and apprenticeship in the Christian life, thereby promoting 34 I, I, 0, 18,57 | conversion and providing Christian life with a basic structure; 35 I, I, 0, 19,58 | not known, or which lack Christian communities sufficiently 36 I, I, 0, 19,58 | socio-cultural context, "there are Christian communities with adequate 37 I, I, 0, 19,58 | fervent in their faith and in Christian living. They bear witness 38 I, I, 0, 19,58 | and families of profound Christian outlook. In such contexts 39 I, I, 0, 19,58 | processes of well articulated Christian initiation which permit 40 I, I, 0, 19,58 | need of different types of Christian formation.~c) In many countries 41 I, I, 0, 19,58 | countries of established Christian tradition and sometimes 42 I, I, 0, 19,58 | religious context in which Christian points of reference are 43 I, I, 0, 20,59 | present in a dynamic way Christian missionary communities sustained 44 I,II, 0, 20,60 | catechesis and the sacraments of Christian initiation. Then is perceived 45 I,II, 0, 20,60 | together with education in the Christian home, are basic to the formation 46 I,II, 0, 21,61 | incorporates him into the Christian community. The relationship 47 I,II, 0, 21,61 | proclamation, which every Christian is called to perform, is 48 I,II, 1 | Catechesis at the service of christian initiation~ 49 I,II, 1, 1,63 | apprenticeship in the whole Christian life", (192) are initiated 50 I,II, 1, 1,63 | hearers into the fullness of Christian life". (193)~ 51 I,II, 1, 1,64 | continually nourishes the Christian community. This is not, 52 I,II, 1, 1,64 | as it is for the whole Christian community. Without it, missionary 53 I,II, 1, 2 | Catechesis, at the service of Christian initiation~ 54 I,II, 1, 2,65 | receiving the sacraments of Christian initiation (Baptism, Confirmation 55 I,II, 1, 2,65 | through the sacraments of Christian initiation and having died, 56 I,II, 1, 2,66 | a fundamental element of Christian initiation and is closely 57 I,II, 1, 3,67 | evangelization, in the service of Christian initiation. (202) It is:~– 58 I,II, 1, 3,67 | apprenticeship of the entire Christian life, it is a "complete 59 I,II, 1, 3,67 | life, it is a "complete Christian initiation", (204) which 60 I,II, 1, 3,67(203) | an organic and systematic Christian education because for diverse 61 I,II, 1, 3,67 | constitutes the nucleus of Christian experience, the most fundamental 62 I,II, 1, 3,67 | spiritual edifice of the Christian, nurtures the roots of his 63 I,II, 1, 3,67 | the ordinary life of the Christian community.~ 64 I,II, 1, 3,68 | it is formation for the Christian life it comprises but surpasses 65 I,II, 1, 3,68 | what is "common" for the Christian, without entering into disputed 66 I,II, 2, 1 | education in faith within the Christian community~ 67 I,II, 2, 1,69 | catechesis lays the basis for the Christian life of the followers of 68 I,II, 2, 1,69 | it is necessary to have a Christian community which welcomes 69 I,II, 2, 1,69 | no community of faith and Christian life welcomes the catechumen 70 I,II, 2, 1,70 | 70. In the Christian community the disciples 71 I,II, 2, 1,70 | not only to the individual Christian, to accompany them in their 72 I,II, 2, 1,70 | holiness, but also to the Christian community as such so that 73 I,II, 2, 2,71 | study of Scripture.~– A Christian reading of events, which 74 I,II, 2, 2,71 | missionary vocation of the Christian community. In this respect 75 I,II, 2, 2,71 | systematic deepening of the Christian message by means of theological 76 I,II, 2, 2,71 | understanding of it and to equip the Christian for giving the reason for 77 I,II, 2, 2,72 | catechetical endeavour of the Christian community, so that the particular 78 I,II, 3, 1,73 | disciplines. It must present the Christian message and the Christian 79 I,II, 3, 1,73 | Christian message and the Christian event with the same seriousness 80 I,II, 3, 1,73 | the presentation of the Christian message influences the way 81 I,II, 3, 2,74 | sincere respect for the Christian religion, religious instruction 82 I,II, 3, 2,75 | to understand better the Christian message, by relating it 83 I,II, 3, 2,75 | mature.~Education in the Christian family, catechesis and religious 84 I,II, 3, 2,76 | 76. Christian education in the family, 85 I,II, 3, 2,76 | interrelated with the service of Christian education of children, adolescents, 86 I,II, 3, 2,76 | the existence or not of Christian initiation of children in 87 I,III, 0, 5,82 | the triune God to whom the Christian entrusts his life. Initiatory 88 I,III, 0, 5,82 | modes of expressing the Christian faith. He who is converted 89 I,III, 0, 5,82 | faith in the one God, the Christian rejects all service of any 90 I,III, 0, 5,83 | that of the Church, the Christian is incorporated into her 91 I,III, 0, 5,83 | provoke persecution. In Christian history the martyrs are 92 I,III, 0, 6,84 | for catechesis is integral Christian formation, "open to all 93 I,III, 0, 6,84 | all the other factors of Christian life". (250) In virtue of 94 I,III, 0, 6,84 | however, is lived out by the Christian community and proclaimed 95 I,III, 0, 7,85 | ardently desires that all the Christian faithful be brought to that 96 I,III, 0, 7,85 | which is the model of all Christian prayer. The "handing on 97 I,III, 0, 7,85 | assimilation of the entire Christian life reaches its summit. 98 I,III, 0, 8,86 | Catechesis prepares the Christian to live in community and 99 I,III, 0, 8,86 | pastors "to form genuine Christian communities" (264) and for 100 I,III, 0, 8,86 | Education for Community Life~a) Christian community life is not realized 101 I,III, 0, 8,86 | toward members of other Christian churches and ecclesial communities. 102 I,III, 0, 8,86 | faithful, in the sacraments of Christian initiation and in the secular 103 I,III, 0, 9,87 | also the maturation of the Christian life requires that it be 104 I,III, 0, 9,87 | one of these elements, the Christian faith does not attain full 105 I,III, 0, 9,87 | message and experience of the Christian life. (275) Liturgical formation, 106 I,III, 0, 9,87 | example, must explain what the Christian liturgy is, and what the 107 I,III, 0, 9,87 | transmits the content of Christian morality, but also cultivates 108 I,III, 0, 9,87 | evangelical attitudes and Christian values.~– The different 109 I,III, 0, 10,89(287) | the grace of Baptism; the Christian faithful (RCIA 39), those 110 I,III, 0, 10,89(287) | and active members of the Christian community.~ 111 I,III, 0, 11,90(289) | which catechumens and the Christian faithful have union with 112 I,III, 0, 11,90(290) | RCIA 295. The same Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, chap. 113 I,III, 0, 11,91 | Eucharist. The pastoral care of Christian initiation is vital for 114 I,III, 0, 11,91 | responsibility of the entire Christian community. Indeed "this 115 I,III, 0, 11,91 | community. Indeed "this Christian initiation which takes place 116 I,III, 0, 11,91 | be the care of the entire Christian community, especially the 117 I,III, 0, 11,91(292) | this maternal action of the Christian community when he says: 118 I,III, 0, 11,91(292) | still imperfect (in the Christian life), it is for the more 119 I,III, 0, 11,91 | Vigil, focal point of the Christian liturgy, and its spirituality 120 I,III, 0, 11,91 | constant references to the Christian community.~Post-baptismal 121 I,III, 0, 11,91 | preparatory school for the Christian life", (295) and to allow 122 II, 0, 0, 12,92 | 92. The Christian faith, through which a person 123 II, I, 0, 14,95 | two-thousand-year history, especially in Christian witness and particularly 124 II, I, 0, 16,98 | catechetical message helps the Christian to locate himself in history 125 II, I, 0, 16,98 | was proposed to the first Christian communities, and which also 126 II, I, 0, 17,99 | is the central mystery of Christian faith and life". (320)~ 127 II, I, 0, 17,100 | close relationship, the Christian message can certainly lose 128 II, I, 0, 17,100 | social implications of the Christian concept of God are immense. 129 II, I, 0, 19,104 | education, shall present Christian social morality as a demand 130 II, I, 0, 19,104 | it; this is the source of Christian praxis, which is the fulfilment 131 II, I, 0, 20,105 | transmitting the Gospel, as the Christian community has received it, 132 II, I, 0, 21,107 | in transmitting today the Christian message, begins with the 133 II, I, 0, 21,108 | historical character of the Christian message requires that catechesis 134 II, I, 0, 21,108 | Creed and the content of Christian morality by means of doctrinal 135 II, I, 0, 22,109 | adaptation designed to make the Christian message more attractive 136 II, I, 0, 22,109 | inculturation, however, the Christian community must discern, 137 II, I, 0, 22,109 | expression of the community's Christian experience". (377)~ 138 II, I, 0, 22,110 | catechized live;~– presenting the Christian message in such a way as 139 II, I, 0, 23,112 | the entire treasure of the Christian message". (382) This is 140 II, I, 0, 23,112 | integral structure of the Christian message, and proceeds to 141 II, I, 0, 23,112 | increasingly proposes the Christian message more amply and with 142 II, I, 0, 23,113 | and the integrity of the Christian message, the criterion to 143 II, I, 0, 24,115 | aspects and dimensions of the Christian message participate in this 144 II, I, 0, 24,115 | always desired to present the Christian mystery in a vital synthesis. 145 II, I, 0, 24,115 | constitute the magna carta of the Christian life proclaimed by Jesus 146 II, I, 0, 24,115(396) | the perfect charter of the Christian life and contains all the 147 II, I, 0, 25,116 | Catechesis, in presenting the Christian message, not only shows 148 II, I, 0, 25,116 | relationship between the Christian message and human experience 149 II, I, 0, 25,117 | christological in presenting the Christian message and should therefore " 150 II, I, 0, 25,117 | originating in Jewish and Christian culture. (409)~ 151 II,II, 0, 27,120 | outstanding elements of the Christian message". (417) Such is 152 II,II, 0, 27,120 | far as the content of the Christian message is concerned, simply 153 II,II, 1, 2,122 | fundamental dimensions of the Christian life: the profession of 154 II,II, 1, 2,122 | from a single source, the Christian mystery. This is:~– the 155 II,II, 1, 2,122 | It is a call to integral Christian education. The structure 156 II,II, 1, 2,122 | the profound unity of the Christian life. It maintains an explicit 157 II,II, 1, 2,122 | irreplaceable condition for Christian living, just as participation 158 II,II, 1, 4,124 | fundamental and common to the Christian life without "presenting 159 II,II, 1, 5,125 | the precious deposit of Christian doctrine so as to render 160 II,II, 1, 7,129 | progressive conception of Christian formation, arranged in stages: (441) 161 II,II, 1, 7,130 | catechesis and of continuing Christian development, various schemes 162 II,II, 2, 1,131 | capable of educating the Christian generations of the future 163 II,II, 2, 2,132 | fundamental truths of the Christian mystery are presented in 164 II,II, 2, 2,132 | documents of Revelation and Christian Tradition", (454) made available 165 II,II, 2, 2,132(455) | active involvement of the Christian community, etc.~ 166 II,II, 2, 3,133 | and of thought which are Christian",(459) proper to a particular 167 II,II, 2, 3,133 | person", (460) presents the Christian message in a meaningful 168 II,II, 2, 3,133 | action to highlight the Christian presence in these critical 169 II,II, 2, 4,134 | the presentation of the Christian message.~ 170 II,II, 2, 4,135 | catechism which adapts the Christian message to different ages, 171 II,II, 2, 4,135 | doctrinal substance of the Christian message:"The individual 172 III, I, 0, 10,141 | profound reasons for which the Christian community is in herself 173 III, I, 0, 10,141 | catechisms, itineraries of the Christian life; a precious patrimony 174 III, I, 0, 11 | the Holy Spirit in every Christian~ 175 III, I, 0, 13,144 | and the content of the Christian message (fides quae);~– 176 III, I, 0, 16,147 | understood always in a Christian sense.~ 177 III,II, 0, 20,152 | the intelligibility of the Christian message. This corresponds 178 III,II, 0, 21,154 | should be faithful to the Christian message. To be numbered 179 III,II, 0, 21,154 | commonly known prayers of Christian tradition: (Apostles' Creed, 180 III,II, 0, 21,154 | order to become a source of Christian life on the personal level 181 III,II, 0, 22,156 | Only his own human and Christian qualities guarantee a good 182 III,II, 0, 22,156 | welcoming and deepening the Christian message. He does not forget 183 III,II, 0, 23,157 | in the ordinary state of Christian life, individually or in 184 III,II, 0, 23,157 | personal conversion, and to a Christian praxis in their lives. The 185 III,II, 0, 24,158 | effective to the extent that the Christian community becomes a point 186 III,II, 0, 25,159 | sharing as well as a sense of Christian co-responsibility. The catechist 187 III,II, 0, 25,159 | its didactic aspect, the Christian group is called to be an 188 III,II, 0, 26,161 | media simply to spread the Christian message and the Church's 189 IV, 0, 0, 28,165 | meet them and to adapt the Christian message and the pedagogy 190 IV, I, 0, 30,168 | catechesis is the whole Christian community and every person 191 IV,II, 0, 33,171 | an essential task of the Christian community. On the one hand, 192 IV,II, 0, 33,171 | by ever new responses of Christian vocation.~Catechesis, therefore, 193 IV,II, 1, 0,171(50) | catechesis of adults in the Christian community, 1990.~ 194 IV,II, 1, 1,172 | fulfilment the journey begun at Christian initiation, or who have 195 IV,II, 1, 1,172 | those adults who come from Christian confessions which are not 196 IV,II, 1, 2,173 | that it may acquire that Christian wisdom which gives sense, 197 IV,II, 1, 2,173 | typical characteristics of Christian adults. It must translate 198 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | systematically propose the Christian faith in its entirety and 199 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | light of faith: thus the Christian community is assisted in 200 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | effectively the pastoral aim of Christian thought and culture: this 201 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | mission and to be able to give Christian witness in society:~The 202 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | nature and grace, both in the Christian community and by living 203 IV,II, 1, 4,176 | catechesis:~– catechesis for the Christian initiation or catechumenate 204 IV,II, 1, 4,176 | emphasized;~– catechesis for the Christian use of leisure time, especially 205 IV,II, 2, 1,177 | always be made available to Christian children. Those who have 206 IV,II, 2, 2,178 | as well as of human and Christian education in the family, 207 IV,II, 2, 2,178 | normally the time in which Christian initiation, inaugurated 208 IV,II, 2, 3,180 | the responsibility of the Christian community to address this 209 IV,II, 3, 1,181 | concludes the process of Christian initiation but from that 210 IV,II, 3, 3,184 | others have not completed Christian initiation, others are in 211 IV,II, 3, 3,185 | school years, catechesis for Christian initiation, catechesis on 212 IV,II, 3, 3,185 | vocational discernment, Christian involvement in society and 213 IV,II, 4, 2,187 | a faith weakened by poor Christian practice. In this case, 214 IV,II, 4, 2,187 | and an enrichment of the Christian community, when the old 215 IV,III, 0, 4,189 | 189. Every Christian community considers those 216 IV,III, 0, 5,190 | forms of catechesis. The Christian community fraternally supports 217 IV,III, 0, 6,191 | the common journey of the Christian community. Clearly, all 218 IV,IV, 0, 8,194 | truth and the value of the Christian message in the face of theoretical 219 IV,IV, 0, 9,195 | Catholic life, there exists in Christian communities, particular 220 IV,IV, 0, 10,196(97) | Council for the Promotion of Christian Unity, Directory for the 221 IV,IV, 0, 10,197 | 197. Every Christian community, by the mere fact 222 IV,IV, 0, 10,198 | the context of different Christian confessions, the Bishops 223 IV,IV, 0, 10,198 | an ecumenical value when Christian doctrine is genuinely presented. 224 IV,IV, 0, 11,199(102) | Aetate, Segretariat for Christian Unity, Commission for religious 225 IV,IV, 0, 12,200 | exchange, solid, fervent, Christian communities and well prepared, 226 IV,IV, 0, 12,200 | which are contrary to the Christian message, but also educates 227 IV,IV, 0, 13,200(107) | Report of the Secretariat for Christian Unity, the Secretariat for 228 IV,IV, 0, 13,201 | available data, movements of Christian origin can be identified, 229 IV,IV, 0, 13,201 | alien to the content of the Christian faith. It is therefore necessary 230 IV, V, 0, 17,205 | belief and life, between the Christian message and the cultural 231 IV, V, 0, 19,207 | inculturation be neglected in the Christian initiation of children precisely 232 IV, V, 0, 23,212 | inculturation in countries of recent Christian origin, where the primary 233 IV, V, 0, 23,212 | inculturation in countries of long Christian tradition which have need 234 IV, V, 0, 24,213 | referred to by all areas of the Christian life. Precisely because 235 V, I, 0, 28,219 | with the Bishop. The entire Christian community should feel responsible 236 V, I, 0, 28,219 | consecrated persons and the Christian faithful). (142) Through 237 V, I, 0, 29 | The Christian community and responsibility 238 V, I, 0, 29,220 | responsibility of the entire Christian community. Christian initiation, 239 V, I, 0, 29,220 | entire Christian community. Christian initiation, indeed, "should 240 V, I, 0, 29,220 | life of the community. The Christian community follows the development 241 V, I, 0, 29,220 | catechetical process, it is the Christian community that welcomes 242 V, I, 0, 29,221 | 221. The Christian community not only gives 243 V, I, 0, 29,221 | maturity.~Yet, while the entire Christian community is responsible 244 V, I, 0, 29,221 | community is responsible for Christian catechesis and all of it 245 V, I, 0, 29,221(146) | belongs to absolutely every Christian, the laity can be called 246 V, I, 0, 30,223 | importance of catechesis for the Christian life of the diocese;~– that 247 V, I, 0, 31 | pastors and educators of the Christian community~ 248 V, I, 0, 31,224 | service which forms the Christian community and co-ordinates 249 V, I, 0, 31,224 | properly formed and reach true Christian maturity. (160) Conscious, 250 V, I, 0, 31,225 | responsibility for catechesis in the Christian community, a task which 251 V, I, 0, 32,226 | 226. The witness of Christian life given by parents in 252 V, I, 0, 32,226 | such a way that this first Christian experience frequently leaves 253 V, I, 0, 32,226 | explain in the home the Christian or religious content of 254 V, I, 0, 32,226 | children later receive in the Christian community and help them 255 V, I, 0, 32,227 | and the ministry of the Christian education of their children", (170) 256 V, I, 0, 32,227 | faith and the school of Christian life. As the children grow, 257 V, I, 0, 32,227 | for this reason that the Christian community must give very 258 V, I, 0, 32,227 | directed toward parents, the Christian community must help them 259 V, I, 0, 33,228 | constitutes a gift to the whole Christian community. In diocesan catechetical 260 V, I, 0, 33,228 | values must be lived by every Christian, those in consecrated life " 261 V, I, 0, 33,228(178) | diverse states of life of the Christian"; cf. CCC 932.~ 262 V, I, 0, 33,229 | for the purpose of giving Christian education to children and 263 V, I, 0, 34,230 | catechesis can find in them a Christian model for their future as 264 V, I, 0, 35,232 | some Churches of ancient Christian tradition but where there 265 V, I, 0, 35,232 | In countries of Christian tradition which require 266 V,II, 0, 36,233 | encourage in parishes and Christian communities vocations for 267 V,II, 0, 36,233 | priests of the respective Christian communities.~– to co-ordinate 268 V,II, 0, 36,233 | other pastoral workers in Christian communities, so that the 269 V,II, 0, 39,237 | deep faith, (208) a clear Christian and ecclesial identity; (209) 270 V,II, 0, 39,237 | teaching but also an integral Christian formation, by developing " 271 V,II, 0, 40,238 | catechist, to his human and Christian dimension. Formation, above 272 V,II, 0, 41 | The human, Christian and apostolic maturity of 273 V,II, 0, 42,240 | organic awareness of the Christian message, structured around 274 V,II, 0, 42,240 | the great nuclei of the Christian message: the Creed, the 275 V,II, 0, 42,241 | various elements of the Christian faith should be presented 276 V,II, 0, 42,241 | the various aspects of the Christian message with the concrete 277 V,II, 0, 44,243(226) | recent discoveries with Christian morality and thought so 278 V,II, 0, 44,243(226) | everything with an authentically Christian sense of values".~ 279 V,II, 0, 46 | of catechists within the Christian community~ 280 V,II, 0, 46,246 | catechists, those of their own Christian community are all important. 281 V,II, 0, 46,247 | 247. A Christian community can develop various 282 V,II, 0, 46,247 | usual means by which the Christian community educates in the 283 V,II, 0, 48,249 | formation are promoted: the Christian message; knowledge of man 284 V,III, 0, 50 | The Christian community is a home for 285 V,III, 0, 50,253 | 253. The Christian community is the historical 286 V,III, 0, 50,253 | Churches which make up the Christian community. It is realized 287 V,III, 0, 50,253 | rich variety of immediate Christian communities in which Christians 288 V,III, 0, 50,253 | parish; Catholic schools; Christian associations and movements; 289 V,III, 0, 50,254 | 254. The Christian community is the origin, 290 V,III, 0, 50,254 | Gospel always begins with the Christian community and invites man 291 V,III, 0, 50,254 | themselves with a new life. The Christian community accompanies catechumens 292 V,III, 0, 51,255 | concretely the sense in which the Christian family community is a locus 293 V,III, 0, 51,255 | that is, in every Christian family the different aspects 294 V,III, 0, 51,255 | On this human base, Christian initiation is more profound: 295 V,III, 0, 51,255 | conscience; formation in the Christian sense of human love, understood 296 V,III, 0, 51,255 | Creator. It is, indeed, a Christian education more witnessed 297 V,III, 0, 51,255 | decisive in creating a true Christian climate.~ 298 V,III, 0, 52,256 | receive the Sacraments of Christian initiation. (251) In the 299 V,III, 0, 52,256(251)| baptismal catechumenate and the Christian community.~ 300 V,III, 0, 52,256 | closely linked with the Christian community. (253) From the 301 V,III, 0, 52,256 | Christ". (254) Thus the Christian community assists "candidates 302 V,III, 0, 52,256 | continual presence of the Christian community is expressed in 303 V,III, 0, 52,256 | described in the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. (256)~ 304 V,III, 0, 53,257 | important locus in which the Christian community is formed and 305 V,III, 0, 53,257 | point of reference for the Christian people, even for the non-practising". (260) 306 V,III, 0, 53,258 | elements from the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults with 307 V,III, 0, 54,259 | important locus for human and Christian formation. The declaration 308 V,III, 0, 55,261 | charity and relief work, or a Christian presence in temporal matters". (274) 309 V,III, 0, 55,261 | fundamental aspects of the Christian life: "In fact they have 310 V,III, 0, 55,261 | is not an alternative for Christian formation. Rather it is 311 V,III, 0, 55,262 | include "a serious study of Christian doctrine", (279) and it 312 V,III, 0, 55,262 | all the... factors of the Christian life". (280)~b) This is 313 V,III, 0, 55,262(279)| prayer groups, groups for Christian reflection... he asks that 314 V,III, 0, 55,262(279)| also be a serious study of Christian doctrine. Catechesis should 315 V,III, 0, 56,263 | bonds, to celebrate the Christian mysteries in their lives 316 V,III, 0, 56,263 | addition to these specifically Christian concerns other important 317 V,III, 0, 56,264 | to ensure a basis for the Christian life of the faithful, without 318 V,III, 0, 56,264 | faithful, without which basic Christian communities lack stability;~– 319 V,IV, 1, 4,271 | religious education of the Christian faithful of all ages and 320 V,IV, 2, 2,274 | especially in relation to Christian initiation, should offer 321 V,IV, 2, 2,274 | single, coherent, process of Christian initiation for children, 322 V,IV, 2, 2,274 | in order to complete the Christian initiation begun at Baptism.~ 323 V,IV, 2, 4,278 | project at the service of the Christian education of youth. All 324 V,IV, 2, 4,278 | separately, can ensure a complete Christian education. Since it is always 325 V,IV, 2, 4,278 | to provide a programme of Christian initiation which takes into 326 V,IV, 3, 1,279 | co-ordination of catechesis with Christian education in the family, 327 V,IV, 3, 1,279 | prepared to constitute a Christian presence in society.~ 328 V,IV, 4, 1,283(321) | are aids offered to the Christian community that is engaged 329 V,IV, 4, 1,283(321) | live communication of the Christian message; nevertheless, the 330 V,IV, 4, 1,283(321) | exposition of the witnesses of Christian tradition and of principles


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