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1 II, I, 0, 19,104 | 104. To prepare Christians for 2 II, I, 0, 20,106 | 106. This faith, transmitted 3 IV,IV, 0, 10,196(97) | Ecumenism, 61 AAS 85 (1993) pp. 1063-1064; TMA 34; (cf. Ut Unum 4 IV,IV, 0, 10,196(97) | 61 AAS 85 (1993) pp. 1063-1064; TMA 34; (cf. Ut Unum sint ( 5 II, I, 0, 21,107(356) | CCC 1076.~ 6 II,II, 1, 3,123(430) | Cf. CCC 189-190; 1077-1109; 1693-1695; 2564; etc.~ 7 II, I, 0, 21,108(359) | biblical catechesis. Cf. CCC 1081 and 1093.~ 8 I,III, 0, 11,91(292) | Evangelia, I, III, 2; PL 76,1086 D).~ 9 V,II, 0, 37,234(202) | DCG (1971) 108a.~ 10 II, I, 0, 21,108(362) | cf. CCC 129-130 and 1093-1094.~ 11 V,II, 0, 49,251(240) | DCG (1971) 109a.~ 12 V,II, 0, 48,250(239) | Cf. DCG (1971) 109b.~ 13 I,III, 0, 3,78(230) | Cf. LG 64; DV 10a.~ 14 IV,IV, 0, 10,197(100) | Ecumenism, n. 190; l.c., p. 1107.~ 15 II,II, 1, 3,123(430) | Cf. CCC 189-190; 1077-1109; 1693-1695; 2564; etc.~ 16 II, I, 0, 21,108(362) | 1095. Cf. CCC 1075; CCC 1116; cf. CCC 129-130 and 1093- 17 I,II, 1, 2,65(197) | CCC 1122.~ 18 V,II, 0, 47,248(238) | catechist' is used in DCG (1971) 112c.~ 19 Abbr,II | 1993): AAS 85 (1993). pp. 1133-1228.~ 20 II, I, 0, 24,115 | 115. All aspects and dimensions 21 II, I, 0, 25,117(409) | Cf. CCC 1145-1152 concerning the importance 22 I, I, 0, 16,51(137) | Cf. SC 35; CCC 1154.~ 23 Abbr,II | 1980): AAS 72 (1980) pp. 1177-1232~DV: Second Vatican 24 II, I, 0, 24,115(394) | CCC 1211.~ 25 Abbr,II | AAS 85 (1993). pp. 1133-1228.~ 26 Abbr,II | AAS 72 (1980) pp. 1177-1232~DV: Second Vatican Council, 27 I, I, 0, 14,48(119) | CCC 1212; cf. CCC 1229-1233.~ 28 IV,IV, 0, 12,199(106) | 84 (1992), pp. 414-446; 1263.~ 29 Abbr,II | 1979): AAS 71 (1979), pp. 1277-1340.~DCG (1971): Sacred 30 V, I, 0, 33,229(181) | Cf. 1 Cor 12:4; cf. LG 12b.~ 31 V,III, 0, 54,260(272) | AG 12c.~ 32 II,II, 2, 1,131 | 131. The Catechism of the Catholic 33 II,II, 2, 2,132 | 132. Three principal traits 34 Abbr,II | AAS 71 (1979), pp. 1277-1340.~DCG (1971): Sacred Congregation 35 II,II, 2, 4,135 | 135. In elaborating local catechisms 36 III, 0, 2, 6,137 | 137. Jesus gave careful attention 37 III, 0, 2, 7,138 | 138. In the school of Jesus 38 I, I, 0, 17,53(141) | Cf. AG 13a.~ 39 III, I, 0, 9,140 | 140. When the fullness of time 40 III, I, 0, 12,143 | 143. Catechesis, as communication 41 I, I, 0, 17,55(148) | Cf. EN 10; AG 13b; CCC 1430-1431.~ 42 I, I, 0, 17,55(148) | EN 10; AG 13b; CCC 1430-1431.~ 43 III, I, 0, 14,145 | 145. Jesus Christ is the living 44 III, I, 0, 15,146 | 146. God, wishing to speak to 45 III, I, 0, 16,147 | 147. Being inspired by the pedagogy 46 III,II, 0, 17,148 | 148. The Church, in transmitting 47 I,III, 0, 4,80(236) | CT 5; cf. CCC 426; AG 14a. In relation to this christological 48 V, I, 0, 30,223(157) | CD 14b; CIC 780.~ 49 I, I, 0, 14,47 | sacraments and their ministers (1518). (113) This is the dynamic 50 III,II, 0, 21,154 | 154. Catechetics forms part 51 V, I, 0, 31,224(162) | of Jesus Christ", cf. CCC 1546-1547.~ 52 V, I, 0, 31,224(162) | Jesus Christ", cf. CCC 1546-1547.~ 53 III,II, 0, 21,155 | 155. Again, more importantly, 54 III,II, 0, 22,156 | 156. No methodology, no matter 55 III,II, 0, 23,157 | 157. The active participation 56 III,II, 0, 24,158 | 158. Catechetical pedagogy will 57 Intro, 0, 0, 4,18(21) | Cf. SRS 15a.~ 58 III,II, 0, 26,160 | 160. "The first areopagus of 59 III, I, 0, 7,138(486) | 53, 122, 684, 708, 1145, 1609, 1950, 1964.~ 60 III,II, 0, 26,161 | 161. Good use of the media requires 61 III,II, 0, 26,162 | 162. Those who work in the mass 62 IV, 0, 0, 27,163 | 163. At the beginning of his 63 IV, 0, 0, 27,164 | 164. Throughout her two-thousand-year 64 IV, 0, 0, 28,165 | 165. Attention to the diverse 65 II,II, 2, 3,133(462) | cf. EN 48; CT 54 and CCC 1674-1676). Equally they should 66 II,II, 2, 3,133(462) | EN 48; CT 54 and CCC 1674-1676). Equally they should be 67 IV, I, 0, 30,168 | 168. In giving attention to 68 II,II, 1, 3,123(430) | CCC 189-190; 1077-1109; 1693-1695; 2564; etc.~ 69 II,II, 1, 3,123(430) | 189-190; 1077-1109; 1693-1695; 2564; etc.~ 70 II,II, 1, 3,123(431) | 27-49; 355-379; 456-478; 1699-1756; etc.~ 71 IV, I, 0, 32,170 | 170. Adaptation is realized 72 II, I, 0, 17,100(326) | Cf. CCC 1878; CCC 1702. SRS uses the term model 73 IV,II, 0, 33,171 | 171. Catechesis based on different 74 IV,II, 1, 2,173 | 173. Adult catechesis concerns 75 IV,II, 1, 2,174 | 174. Among the criteria which 76 II,II, 1, 3,123(431) | 355-379; 456-478; 1699-1756; etc.~ 77 IV,II, 2, 2,178 | 178. The catechesis of children 78 IV,II, 2, 2,179 | 179. Beginning school means, 79 V,IV, 2, 1,273(306) | CD 17a: "...the various forms of 80 V,II, 0, 47,248(237) | catechists in the missions: AG 17c; RM 73; CIC 785 and GCM, 81 IV,II, 3, 1,181 | 181. In general it is observed 82 IV,II, 3, 2,182 | 182. The Church, while regarding 83 IV,II, 3, 3,184 | 184. Given the extent of this 84 Abbr,II | Jacques P. Migne, Paris 1844 ff.~PO: Second Vatican Council, 85 Abbr,II | Jacques P. Migne, Paris 1857 ff.~PL: Patrologiae Cursus 86 IV,II, 4, 1,186 | 186. In many countries, the 87 Abbr,II | Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum (Wn 1866 ff.)~CT: John Paul II, Apostolic 88 II, I, 0, 17,100(326) | Cf. CCC 1878; CCC 1702. SRS uses the 89 IV,IV, 0, 8,193 | 193. Many communities and individuals 90 IV,IV, 0, 8,194 | 194. In these circumstances, 91 Abbr,II | Lumen Gentium (21 November 1944)~MM: John XXIII, Encyclical 92 Abbr,II | Chrétiennes, Collectio, Paris 1946 ff.~SRS: John Paul II, Ecyclical 93 IV,IV, 0, 9,195 | 195. As a vital dimension in 94 III, I, 0, 7,138(486) | 122, 684, 708, 1145, 1609, 1950, 1964.~ 95 Abbr,II | Latin series (Turnholt 1953 ff.)~CIC: Codex Iuris Canonici ( 96 V, I, 0, 34,231(184) | Typis Polyglottis Vaticanis 1969; RCIA 224.~ 97 Abbr,II | Morum, Editio XXXV, Rome 1973~EA: John Paul II, Post-synodal 98 Abbr,II | December 1975): AAS 58 (1976) pp. 5-76~EV: John Paul 99 Pref, 0, 0, 0,5 | catechetical heritage in 1978, Pope John Paul II set out 100 IV,IV, 0, 10,198 | 198. In the context of different 101 Abbr,II | Iuris Canonici (25 January 1983)~ChL: John Paul II, Post-synodal 102 Abbr,II | December 1988): AAS 81 (1989) pp. 393-521~COINCATI: International 103 IV,IV, 0, 11,199 | 199. Special attention needs 104 Abbr,II | September 1995): AAS 88 (1996) pp. 5-82~EN: Paul VI, Apostolic 105 Intro, 0, 1, 3,29(54) | Cf. CT 19b.~ 106 Intro, 0, 1, 1,25(42) | TMA 36b; GS 19c.~ 107 I, I, 0, 16,51(136) | DCG (1971) 19d.~ 108 II,II, 1, 1,121(422) | FD 1f; cf. FD 4c.~ 109 IV,IV, 0, 12,200 | 200. For the most part, Christians 110 IV,IV, 0, 13,201 | 201. In a climate of cultural 111 IV, V, 0, 14,202 | 202. "We can say of catechesis, 112 IV, V, 0, 15,203 | 203. These duties form an organic 113 IV, V, 0, 17,205 | 205. In the evaluation phase, 114 I, I, 0, 11,41(90) | Cf. CT 5; CCC 520 and 2053.~ 115 IV, V, 0, 19,207 | 207. Among the forms most apt 116 IV, V, 0, 20,208 | 208. Inculturation of the faith, 117 IV, V, 0, 21,209 | 209. Intrinsically connected 118 I, I, 0, 18,56(156) | CT 20a: "It is in fact a matter 119 IV, V, 0, 21,210 | 210. The catechism and, above 120 I,III, 0, 5,82(243) | Cf. CCC 2113.~ 121 IV, V, 0, 23,212 | 212. The process of inculturation 122 IV, V, 0, 24,213 | 213. Inculturation is a task 123 IV, V, 0, 25,214 | 214. The importance of the matter, 124 V, 0, 0, 26,215 | 215. From what has been said 125 II, I, 0, 17,99(320) | CCC 234; cf. CCC 2157.~ 126 V, 0, 0, 26,216 | 216. The first chapter reflects 127 V, I, 0, 27,217 | 217. The proclamation, transmission 128 V, I, 0, 27,218 | 218. The proclamation of the 129 V, I, 0, 28,219 | 219. In all the ministries and 130 V, I, 0, 29,220 | 220. Catechesis is a responsibility 131 V, I, 0, 29,221 | 221. The Christian community 132 V, I, 0, 30,222 | 222. The Second Vatican Council 133 V, I, 0, 30,223 | 223. This concern for catechetical 134 V, I, 0, 31,225 | 225. The catechetical tasks 135 V, I, 0, 32,227 | 227. Parents receive in the 136 V, I, 0, 33,229 | 229. "Many religious institutes 137 II, I, 0, 25,116(401) | GS 22b.~ 138 II, I, 0, 25,116(400) | CT 22c; cf. EN 29.~ 139 V,II, 0, 40,238(213) | CT 22d.~ 140 V, I, 0, 34,230 | 230. The catechetical activity 141 V, I, 0, 34,231 | 231. The vocation of the laity 142 V, I, 0, 35,232 | 232. The figure of the catechist 143 V,II, 0, 36,233 | 233. To ensure the working of 144 V,II, 0, 38,235 | 235. Formation seeks to enable 145 V,II, 0, 39,237 | 237. An adequate conception 146 V,II, 0, 40,238 | 238. The formation of catechists 147 II,II, 2, 5,136(473) | LG 23a.~ 148 V, I, 0, 27,217(135) | LG 23b refers to St Hilary of Poitiers 149 V,II, 0, 42,240 | 240. Besides being a witness, 150 V,II, 0, 42,241 | 241. This biblico-theological 151 V,II, 0, 43,242 | 242. The catechist also acquires 152 V,II, 0, 44,243 | 243. These are:~a) Respect for 153 V,II, 0, 45,244 | 244. Together with those dimensions 154 II, I, 0, 19,104(349) | 42; CA 57; LC 68. Cf. CCC 2443-2449.~ 155 Intro, 0, 0, 3,17(19) | ChL 42; TMA 51; CCC 2444-2448.~ 156 II, I, 0, 19,104(349) | 57; LC 68. Cf. CCC 2443-2449.~ 157 V,II, 0, 45,245 | 245. More concretely: it must 158 V,II, 0, 46,246 | 246. Among the ways of forming 159 V,II, 0, 46,247 | 247. A Christian community can 160 V,II, 0, 47,248 | 248. Attendance at a school 161 I,III, 0, 8,86(269) | Cf. CT 24b and DCG (1971) 28.~ 162 III, I, 0, 12,143(497) | Cf. RM 15; CCC 24b-25; DCG (1971) 10.~ 163 I, I, 0, 13,46(110) | EN 24d.~ 164 V,II, 0, 48,250 | 250. So as to prepare those 165 V,II, 0, 49,251 | 251. A higher level of catechetical 166 V,II, 0, 49,252 | 252. At this level of formation 167 V,III, 0, 50,253 | 253. The Christian community 168 V,III, 0, 50,254 | 254. The Christian community 169 V,III, 0, 51,255 | 255. Parents are the primary 170 V,III, 0, 52,256 | 256. The baptismal catechumenate 171 II,II, 1, 3,123(430) | 190; 1077-1109; 1693-1695; 2564; etc.~ 172 I,III, 0, 7,85(254) | DV 25a.~ 173 I,III, 0, 7,85(257) | DCG (1971) 25b.~ 174 V,III, 0, 54,260 | 260. When most students attending 175 V,III, 0, 55,262 | 262. When catechesis is given 176 V,III, 0, 56,263 | 263. Basic ecclesial communities 177 V,III, 0, 56,264 | 264. In basic ecclesial communities 178 V,IV, 1, 1,265 | 265. The organization of catechetical 179 V,IV, 1, 1,266 | 266. The principal competencies 180 V,IV, 1, 1,267 | 267. To accomplish these responsibilities, 181 V,IV, 1, 2,268 | 268. This co-operation is extremely 182 V,IV, 1, 3,269 | 269. "The Episcopal Conference 183 V, I, 0, 27,217(130) | As mentioned in LG 26a the term Churches in the 184 Intro, 0, 0, 4,18(23) | ChL 5; cf. SRS 26b; VS 31c.~ 185 V,IV, 1, 4,271 | 271. The Congregation for the 186 V,IV, 2, 1,272 | 272. The co-ordination of catechesis 187 V,IV, 2, 2,274 | 274. The diocesan catechetical 188 V,IV, 2, 2,275 | 275. These different programmes 189 V,IV, 2, 3,276 | 276. If catechesis is defined 190 V,IV, 2, 3,277 | 277. The current situation of 191 V,IV, 2, 4,278 | 278. Pastoral care offered by 192 V,IV, 3, 1,279 | 279. The particular Church, 193 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30(56) | Cf. CT 27b.~ 194 V,IV, 3, 1,280 | 280. The analysis of the situation, 195 V,IV, 4, 0,281 | 281. Following close study of 196 V,IV, 4, 1,283 | 283. Along with those instruments 197 II, I, 0, 17,100(326) | referring to this question. CCC 2845 calls the communion of the 198 V,IV, 4, 2,285 | 285. The "prior approbation 199 Conclu, 0, 4, 2,286 | 286. In formulating the present 200 Conclu, 0, 4, 2,287 | 287. This new Directory is offered 201 Conclu, 0, 4, 2,289 | 289. May patience and trust 202 Conclu, 0, 4, 2,290 | 290. The Church, which has the 203 Conclu, 0, 4, 2,291 | 291. Today as ever, all labourers 204 I,III, 0, 11,90(290) | RCIA 295. The same Rite of Christian 205 Abbr,II | AAS 59 (1967), pp. 257-299.~RH: John Paul II, Encyclical 206 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30(58) | Cf. CT 29b.~ 207 I,III, 0, 7,85(261) | Cf. CT 29f.~ 208 II,II, 0, 26,119(414) | Cf. FD 2d.~ 209 II,II, 1, 2,122(426) | FD 2e.~ 210 IV, V, 0, 13,201(110) | AAS 87 (1995), pp. 288-319 Commissio Theologica on 211 Intro, 0, 0, 4,18(23) | ChL 5; cf. SRS 26b; VS 31c.~ 212 Abbr,II | AAS 71 (1979), pp. 257-324~RCIA: Ordo Initiationis 213 I, I, 0, 19,58(174) | RM 33c.~ 214 Abbr,II | AAS 83 (1991), pp. 249-340~SC: Second Vatican Council, 215 I, I, 0, 20,59(178) | RM 34c. The text also speaks of 216 I,II, 1, 1,64(194) | illuminandorum, I, 11; PG. 33, 351-352.~ 217 I,II, 1, 1,64(194) | illuminandorum, I, 11; PG. 33, 351-352.~ 218 II,II, 1, 3,123(431) | Cf. CCC 27-49; 355-379; 456-478; 1699-1756; 219 V, I, 0, 27,216(129) | there equiparates (CIC Canon 368). The term local Church 220 Intro, 0, 1, 2,28(53) | 1993), p. 838; cf. TMA 36e.~ 221 II,II, 1, 3,123(431) | Cf. CCC 27-49; 355-379; 456-478; 1699-1756; etc.~ 222 V,III, 0, 51,255(249) | Cf. GS 52; FC 37a.~ 223 I, I, 0, 10,38(82) | haereses" III, 20, 2. SCh 211, 389-393. DV 15; CT 58; ChL 61; 224 II, I, 0, 23,112(383) | DCG (1971) 38b.~ 225 I,III, 0, 8,86(267) | UR 3b.~ 226 II,II, 1, 2,122(425) | FD 3d.~ 227 Intro, 0, 1, 5,32(63) | FC 4b; cf. ChL 3e.~ 228 I, I, 0, 18,56(169) | Mt 5:48; cf. LG 11, 40b, 42e.~ 229 IV,IV, 0, 12,199(106) | 1991): AAS 84 (1992), pp. 414-446; 1263.~ 230 I,III, 0, 8,86(273) | 14-54; AAS 84 (1992), pp. 419-432. CCC 839-845; Part IV, 231 II, I, 0, 16,98(312) | DCG (1971) 41a; cf. DCG (1971) 39, 40, 232 II, I, 0, 17,99(319) | Session VIII, can. 4, Dz 424. It is also used in CCC 233 I, I, 0, 18,56(169) | Mt 5:48; cf. LG 11, 40b, 42e.~ 234 I,III, 0, 8,86(273) | AAS 84 (1992), pp. 419-432. CCC 839-845; Part IV, chap. 235 IV,IV, 0, 12,199(106) | AAS 84 (1992), pp. 414-446; 1263.~ 236 III,II, 0, 26,159(23) | 1992): AAS 84 (1992) pp. 447-468; EA 71; 122-124.~ 237 I, I, 0, 12,44(97) | LG 448; AG 1; GS 45; cf. CCC 774- 238 II, I, 0, 22,109(369) | clarified in GS 53. Cf. also ChL 44a.~ 239 II, I, 0, 17,100(325) | CCC 450.~ 240 II,II, 1, 3,123(431) | Cf. CCC 27-49; 355-379; 456-478; 1699-1756; etc.~ 241 V, I, 0, 35,232(198) | CT 45a.~ 242 II, I, 0, 14,96(304) | Cf. DCG (1971) 45b.~ 243 Abbr,II | AAS 53 (1961) pp. 401-464~MPD: Synod of Bishops, Message 244 I, I, 0, 18,56(157) | Cf. RM 46b.~ 245 Intro, 0, 0, 6,22(38) | CA 29 and 46c.~ 246 I, I, 0, 17,55(152) | Cf. RM 46d.~ 247 II,II, 1, 3,123(431) | CCC 27-49; 355-379; 456-478; 1699-1756; etc.~ 248 V,IV, 4, 1,283(324) | CT 49b.~ 249 II, I, 0, 24,115(397) | Epistolas, 130, 12; PL, 33, 502); cf. CCC 2761.~ 250 Abbr,II | 1987) AAS 80 (1988), pp. 513-586~TMA: John Paul II, Apostolic 251 II, I, 0, 25,116(402) | CCC 521; cf. CCC 519-521.~ 252 V,III, 0, 56,263(284) | RM 51a; cf. EN 58f; LC 69.~ 253 V,III, 0, 56,263(285) | RM 51c.~ 254 I, I, 0, 11,41(90) | Cf. CT 5; CCC 520 and 2053.~ 255 Abbr,II | AAS 87 (1995) pp. 401-522~FC: John Paul II, Post-synodal 256 II, I, 0, 22,109(371) | Cf. RM 52b which speaks of the "long 257 II, I, 0, 17,99(319) | Council (Constantinople 533): cf. Constantinopolitanum 258 II, I, 0, 23,112(385) | and "traslatio"; cf. RM 53b.~ 259 II, I, 0, 23,112(386) | EN 63c; cf. CT 53c and CT 31.~ 260 II, I, 0, 22,109(376) | RM 54a.~ 261 II, I, 0, 17,100(327) | De orat. dom.", 23; PL, 4:553; LG 4b.~ 262 Abbr,II | 1986): AAS 79 (1987) pp. 554-599~LE: John Paul II, Encyclical 263 I,III, 0, 8,86(274) | RM 55a.~ 264 I,III, 0, 8,86(273) | Cf. RM 55b; Congregation for the Evangelization 265 II,II, 2, 3,133(460) | Cf. CT 55c; MPD 7; DCG (1971) 34.~ 266 I, 0, 1, 7,34(66) | parallels. RM 12-20; CCC 541-560.~ 267 Intro, 0, 0, 5,21(30) | GS 56c.~ 268 Abbr,II | 1981), AAS 73 (1981), pp. 577-647~LG: Second Vatican Council, 269 IV,II, 3, 2,183(78) | 1985): AAS 77 (1985), pp. 579-628.~ 270 Intro, 0, 0, 4,19(25) | Cf. SRS 15e; CCC 2444; CA 57b.~ 271 Abbr,II | AAS 80 (1988), pp. 513-586~TMA: John Paul II, Apostolic 272 V,III, 0, 56,263(283) | EN 58c.~ 273 V,III, 0, 56,263(284) | RM 51a; cf. EN 58f; LC 69.~ 274 Abbr,II | AAS 79 (1987) pp. 554-599~LE: John Paul II, Encyclical 275 I, I, 0, 20,59(178) | mission ad extra. In RM 59c, in the same way, it is 276 Intro, 0, 0, 4,19(24) | Cf. ChL 5a. The Extraordinary Synod 277 I, I, 0, 17,53(142) | Cf. CT 5b.~ 278 V,II, 0, 38,235(204) | Cf. CT 5c. This text defines the christocentric 279 III, I, 0, 13,144(500) | enc. Ecclesiam Suam, l.c. 609-659.~ 280 V,II, 0, 42,241(219) | ChL 60c.~ 281 IV,II, 3, 2,183(78) | AAS 77 (1985), pp. 579-628.~ 282 I,II, 3, 1,73(220) | Giovanni Paolo II, IV 1 pp. 629-630, CD 13c CIC 761.~ 283 I, I, 0, 16,51(139) | DCG (1971) 17; cf. GS 62g.~ 284 I,II, 3, 1,73(220) | Giovanni Paolo II, IV 1 pp. 629-630, CD 13c CIC 761.~ 285 III, I, 0, 12,143(495) | 1964), III: AAS 56 (1964), 637-659.~ 286 V, I, 0, 27,217(135) | Moralia: IV, 7, 12 (PL 75, 643 C).~ 287 Abbr,II | AAS 73 (1981), pp. 577-647~LG: Second Vatican Council, 288 V, I, 0, 35,232(193) | CT 66a.~ 289 V, I, 0, 31,224(158) | March 1992), n. 12 l.c. 675-677.~ 290 V, I, 0, 31,224(158) | March 1992), n. 12 l.c. 675-677.~ 291 V,III, 0, 50,254(246) | CT 67a. This is a classic expression 292 V,III, 0, 55,262(281) | Cf. CT 67b-c.~ 293 V,III, 0, 53,257(257) | Cf. CT 67c.~ 294 V, I, 0, 30,222(147) | LG 25; cf. CD 12a; EN 68c.~ 295 I,III, 0, 8,86(264) | PO 6d.~ 296 I, I, 0, 14,49(125) | Cf. AG 6f; RM 33 and 48.~ 297 III, I, 0, 7,138(486) | ChL 61; CCC 53, 122, 684, 708, 1145, 1609, 1950, 1964.~ 298 V,II, 0, 49,252(241) | CT 71a.~ 299 V, I, 0, 32,227(172) | CT 68; cf. EN 71b.~ 300 I, I, 0, 16,51(135) | 71: AAS 84 (1992), pp. 729 ff; 778 ff; 782-783.~ 301 I, I, 0, 15,50(126) | ordained ministers (cf. CIC 756-757);~– members of institutes 302 I, I, 0, 15,50(126) | consecration to God (cf. CIC 758);~– the lay faithful in 303 Conclu, 0, 4, 2,288(332)| Cf. EN 75a.~ 304 Conclu, 0, 4, 2,288(333)| Cf. EN 75d.~ 305 I,II, 3, 1,73(220) | pp. 629-630, CD 13c CIC 761.~ 306 V, I, 0, 30,223(157) | CD 14b; CIC 780.~ 307 I,II, 3, 2,74(224) | John Paul II, XIV1, pp. 780s.~ 308 I, I, 0, 16,51(135) | 1992), pp. 729 ff; 778 ff; 782-783.~ 309 I, I, 0, 16,51(135) | pp. 729 ff; 778 ff; 782-783.~ 310 V,II, 0, 47,248(237) | missions: AG 17c; RM 73; CIC 785 and GCM, 30. For the Church 311 Abbr,II | 1991): AAS 83 (1991) pp. 793-867~CD: Second Vatican Council, 312 I, I, 0, 12,43(94) | Cf. DV 7a.~ 313 I,III, 0, 4,80(239) | LG 7b.~ 314 II,II, 2, 3,133(462) | dialogue (cf. CT 32-34; CCC 817-822) and with inter-religious 315 I,III, 0, 8,86(268) | CT 32; cf. CCC 821; CT 34.~ 316 II,II, 2, 3,133(462) | dialogue (cf. CT 32-34; CCC 817-822) and with inter-religious 317 V, I, 0, 30,223(155) | Cf. CT 63c; CIC 823 § 1.~ 318 II,II, 2, 1,130(444) | official catechisms (CIC 827) and other catechetical 319 II, I, 0, 19,104(351) | De Iustitia in mundo III, 835-937.~ 320 Abbr,II | 1988) AAS 80 (1988), pp. 841-930~PG: Patrologiae Cursus 321 V, I, 0, 27,217(133) | Noito, 7 (AAS 85 -1993), 842.~ 322 I, I, 0, 17,53(140) | 16 and AG 7; cf. CCC 846-848.~ 323 Intro, 0, 0, 6,23(39) | 38: AAS 78 (1986), pp. 851-852, also establishes this 324 Intro, 0, 0, 6,23(39) | AAS 78 (1986), pp. 851-852, also establishes this connection: " 325 Abbr,II | AAS 83 (1991) pp. 793-867~CD: Second Vatican Council, 326 V,IV, 1, 4,270(301) | 1967: AAS 59 (1967) pp. 885-928.~ 327 I,III, 0, 8,86(270) | LG 31b and ChL 15; CCC 898-900.~ 328 II, I, 0, 25,117(406) | Cf. AG 8a.~ 329 I, I, 0, 18,56(168) | Cf. MPD 8b; CCC 187-189.~ 330 I,III, 0, 11,90 | 90. Given that the missio ad 331 I,III, 0, 8,86(270) | 31b and ChL 15; CCC 898-900.~ 332 V, I, 0, 33,228(176) | CCC 915; cf. LG 44.~ 333 Abbr,II | 1995): AAS 87 (1995) pp. 921-982.~VS: John Paul II, Encyclical 334 V,IV, 1, 4,270(301) | 1967: AAS 59 (1967) pp. 885-928.~ 335 Abbr,II | AAS 80 (1988), pp. 841-930~PG: Patrologiae Cursus completus, 336 Intro, 0, 0, 3,17(18) | justice": AAS 43 (1971), pp. 935-937; and LC 77.~ 337 V,III, 0, 53,258(265) | Cf. DCG (1971) 96c.~ 338 Abbr,II | AAS 87 (1995) pp. 921-982.~VS: John Paul II, Encyclical 339 II, I, 0, 17,99 | 99. The Word of God, incarnate 340 II,II, 1, 6,127(436) | MPD 9c. Cf. Pontifical Biblical 341 I,III, 0, 3,78(233) | redditio). Cf. CT 28 for Aan adequate use in catechesis 342 V, I, 0, 35,232(191) | CT 45; cf. RM 37, ab, par. 2.~ 343 V, I, 0, 33,229 | people, especially the most abandoned". (179) That same charism 344 IV,II, 3, 1,181 | from that moment virtually abandons completely the practice 345 II, I, 0, 20,106 | by space or time: "From Abel the just to the last of 346 Conclu, 0, 4, 2,289 | May patience and trust abide in the spirituality of the 347 V,II, 0, 44,243(226) | moral behaviour may keep abreast of their acquaintance with 348 Intro, 0, 0, 5,20 | specific soils and that it must absorb all the elements that enable 349 V,III, 0, 53,258(266) | parallel movement which absorbs the best members of parishes: " 350 V, I, 0, 31,225(165) | merely in a general and abstract way but by an application 351 Intro, 0, 1, 6,33 | evangelization of the Church with an accent on missionary character;~– 352 V,III, 0, 54,260 | education—when possibleaccentuates its cultural character. 353 I, I, 0, 15,50(132) | messages. These are, rather, accentuations or tones more or less explicitated 354 IV | oppressed, to proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord'. And he 355 III, I, 0, 12,143 | continually therein; (495)~– it accepts the principle of the progressiveness 356 V,II, 0, 49,251 | religious and laity might have access is of vital importance for 357 IV, V, 0, 19,207 | the Gospel message and its accessibility to so great a part of the 358 I,II, 3, 1,73 | knowledge. It should not be an accessory alongside of these disciplines, 359 V,II, 0, 39,237 | formation programmes must accommodate these points.~– In formation, 360 II, I, 0, 23,113 | inflexibility or into facile accommodations which enfeeble the Gospel 361 V, I, 0, 35,232 | proclamation to them and of accompanying them on the journey of faith.~– 362 I, I, 0, 9,36 | nature.(73) In this way God accomplishes his plan of love.~"It pleased 363 II, I, 0, 24,115(393) | of faith was not made to accord with human opinions but 364 I,II, 3, 2,74 | developed as a result of accords between individual states 365 IV,II, 1, 2,173 | catechesis requires the accurate identification of the typical 366 Intro, 0, 0, 5,20 | everything. Scientists themselves acknowledge that the rigour of experimental 367 Intro, 0, 0, 6,22 | The contemporary world acknowledges in a more comprehensive 368 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8(7) | same divine pedagogy, this Acondescenion of God in the history of 369 III,II, 0, 17,148 | the numerous and notable acquisitions of contemporary catechesis.~ 370 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | to discover, evaluate and activate what he has received by 371 I,II, 3, 1,73 | instruction in schools underpins, activates, develops and completes 372 V,III, 0, 53,258 | the parish may succeed in activating effectively the mission 373 V,II, 0, 42,240(218) | Where necessary may this be actualized".~ 374 II,II, 2, 1,131 | local catechisms, the Church actualizes the "divine pedagogy" (450) 375 Abbr,II | of the Laity, Apostolicam Actuositatem (18 November, 1965)~AG: 376 Intro, 0, 0, 4,18 | the soil of the world, is acutely conscious of everything 377 II,II, 2, 4,135 | between a catechism which adapts the Christian message to 378 IV,III, 0, 5,190 | the chronically ill, drug addicts, prisoners. The solemn word 379 I,II, 1, 1,63 | moments". "Catechesis", it adds, "is one of these moments 380 V,IV, 4, 2,284 | criteria must be carefully adhered to.~a) perfect harmony with 381 I, I, 0, 12,45 | obedience of faith by which man adhers to the "Gospel of the grace 382 I,III, 0, 9,87 | experience and not remain a mere adjunct to the human person. Knowledge 383 I, I, 0, 16,51 | instruction received during the administration of the sacraments. On the 384 V,III, 0, 54,259 | teachers, management, administrative and auxiliary staff, parents— 385 V,II, 0, 49,251 | course and requisites for admission are concerned". (240) In 386 V, I, 0, 34,231(186) | suitable, are capable of being admitted by the sacred pastors to 387 III, I, 0, 8,139 | to generation. (489) He admonishes with reward and punishment, 388 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | well as its dangers, and in adopting appropriate attitudes;~– 389 I,II, 1, 2,65 | they receive the Spirit of adoption as children and celebrate 390 III, I, 0, 11,142 | salvation, by learning to adore God the Father, and "by 391 Abbr,II | Initiationis Christianae Adultorum, Rite of Christian Initiationis 392 II, I, 0, 14,95 | which helps believers to advance in their vital understanding 393 V,II, 0, 45,244(227) | nowadays making immense advances, pedagogy is certainly one 394 Intro, 0, 0, 4,18 | that "a beneficial trend is advancing and permeating peoples of 395 III,II, 0, 22,156 | help to create the most advantageous conditions for seeking out, 396 Abbr,II | Exhortation, Tertio Millennio Adveniente (10 November 1994): AAS 397 I, I, 0, 11,40(89) | Monday of the Second week of Advent).~ 398 I, I, 0, 10,38(82) | St Irenaeus of Lyons, "Adversus haereses" III, 20, 2. SCh 399 V,IV, 4, 1,283(322) | psychological and pedagogical advice; suggestions about methods".~ 400 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | formation;~– The Conclusion advocates an intensification of catechetical 401 IV,II, 3, 3,184 | it addresses the problems affecting their lives. Hence, catechesis 402 V,III, 0, 52,256 | surrounds catechumens "with her affection, her care, as though they 403 V,III, 0, 55,262 | diverse.~c) It is necessary to affirm that movements and associations, 404 I,III, 0, 11,91(295) | article begins with the affirmation: "The catechumenate for 405 IV, V, 0, 15,203 | the Gospel itself, while affirming, on the one hand, that this 406 V,II, 0, 42,240 | biblico-theological formation should afford the catechist an organic 407 Pref, 0, 0, 0,7 | Catechism together with the aforementioned interventions of the Magisterium 408 IV, V, 0, 20,208 | catechesis should not be afraid to use traditional formulae 409 IV,II, 3, 1,181 | defining them a negated age-group. Very often at this time 410 V,IV, 1, 4,270(300) | seminary of Our Lady of Los Ageles 16-IX-1987: Insegnamenti 411 Intro, 0, 0, 1,15 | Christ. Two thousand years ago he proclaimed the Gospel 412 I,III, 0, 8,86 | common prayer ("if two of you agree on earth to ask about anything..." 413 II,II, 2, 1,131 | work to be accomplished, in agreement with the Apostolic See, 414 V,II, 0, 42,241 | their spiritual journey agrees with the faith". (221)~ 415 I,III, 0, 6,84 | mission ("He sent them on ahead of him two by two..." Lk 416 I,III, 0, 5,82 | begins a process which, aided by catechesis, necessarily 417 II,II, 1, 1,121 | purpose: "This catechism aims at presenting an organic 418 IV,II, 3, 2,182 | and of marginalization. Alienation from the Church, or a least 419 V,II, 0, 46,247 | of catechists by keeping alive in them an awareness of 420 III, I, 0, 12,143 | the faith "given as Christ allotted it" (Eph 4,7) and according 421 I,II, 0, 21,62 | and therefore by making allowance for the interior disposition 422 V,III, 0, 53,258 | Adults with the purpose of allowing a person to grasp and live 423 II, I, 0, 18,101(329) | expressed in the Easter Vigil: "Almighty and eternal God you created 424 I,II, 2, 1,70(213) | Missae, n. 24 Editio Typica Altera, Libreria Editrice Vaticana 425 V,III, 0, 55,261 | Such catechesis is not an alternative for Christian formation. 426 V,III, 0, 55,262 | catechesis is concerned, are not alternatives to the parish since this 427 IV,IV, 0, 8,193 | risks being extinguished altogether, unless it is constantly 428 V,IV, 3, 1,279 | emerging values and evident ambiguities or counter values.~– "socio-cultural 429 II, I, 0, 19,104 | catechesis, in the ambit of moral education, shall 430 V,IV, 3, 1,280 | concerned, human situations are ambivalent. Therefore, workers in the 431 V,IV, 1, 4,270(300) | of the United States of America, during the meeting in the 432 Intro, 0, 1, 1,25 | whose religious formation amounts solely to that which they 433 II,II, 0, 26,119 | considered useful to provide more ample explicitations of the faith 434 V, 0, 0, 26,216 | charisms.~The second chapter analyses catechists' formation, a 435 V, I, 0, 35,232 | Every local Church, by analysing her own cultural and religious 436 I,III, 0, 5,82 | power, pleasure, race, ancestors, state, wealth...", (243) 437 V, I, 0, 35,232 | In some Churches of ancient Christian tradition but 438 I, I, 0, 13,46 | intrinsic bipolarity: witness andproclamation, (107) word and sacrament, (108) 439 IV,II, 3, 2,182 | disenchantment, of boredom, of angst and of marginalization. 440 V,II, 0, 45,245 | It must be capable of animating a group by applying with 441 V,II, 0, 36,233 | adolescents.~– to foster animators of catechetical activity 442 I, I, 0, 16,52 | the Word are: the first annoucement or missionary preaching, 443 I, I, 0, 12,45 | through evangelization; she announces the Good News of the salvific 444 II, I, 0, 18,102 | eternity". (334)~– Jesus, in announcing the Kingdom, proclaims the 445 Abbr,II | Encyclical Letter Centesimus Annus (1 May 1991): AAS 83 (1991) 446 V, I, 0, 31,224 | sacrament priests, by the anointing of the Holy Spirit, are 447 IV,IV, 0, 13,201 | pressing questions can find answers. "The Church has an immense 448 IV,IV, 0, 9,196 | liturgical, ecumenial and anthroplogical orientation.(96)~ 449 IV,II, 0, 33,171 | factors involved, whether anthropological-evolutionary or theological-pastoral, 450 IV,IV, 0, 11,199 | to overcome every form of anti-semitism. (105)~ 451 | anywhere 452 Abbr, I | Jude: Jude~Rev: Revelation (Apocalypse)~ 453 II, I, 0, 22,110 | post-Christian: effective apologetics to assist the faith-culture 454 Abbr,II | Apostolate of the Laity, Apostolicam Actuositatem (18 November, 455 Pref, 0, 0, 0,9 | principles, rather than immediate applications or practical directives. 456 V | they came to him. And he appointed twelve, to be with him, 457 I,III, 0, 3,79 | authenticity and purity as apposite food, culturally enriched 458 IV, 0, 0, 28,166 | inculturation will also be approached in general terms, especially 459 I,III, 0, 9,87 | interiorized in prayer and appropriated in witness. One task echoes 460 V,III, 0, 52,256 | expressed in different ways and appropriately described in the Rite of 461 I, I, 0, 17,53 | community of disciples and appropriates the faith of the Church. (144)~ 462 I, I, 0, 14,48 | the whole temporal order, appropriating and renewing all cultures; (114)~– 463 Pref, 0, 0, 0,7 | Nuntiandi;~– on the other the appropriation of the content of the faith 464 V,IV, 4, 0,282 | process of elaboration and approval as catechisms. That is, 465 II,II, 0, 27,120 | instruments of orientation by approving them and confirming them. 466 IV, V, 0, 19,207 | 207. Among the forms most apt to inculturate the faith, 467 V,II, 0, 38,235 | catechetical formation lies in an aptitude and ability to communicate 468 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | as well as subjective and arbitrary interpretations;~– to encourage 469 I,III, 0, 7,85 | the Eucharist. The Church ardently desires that all the Christian 470 IV, V, 0, 22,211 | areas denominated 'modern areopagi' like communications; civil 471 III,II, 0, 26,160 | 160. "The first areopagus of the modern age is the 472 III | walk, I took them up in my arms; but they did not know that 473 Intro, 0, 1, 3,29 | in reality as a means of arousing true conversion; (54)~– 474 V,IV, 2, 2,275 | A young person who has arrived at adulthood with a well 475 I,III, 0, 11,91(295) | DCG (1971) 130. This article begins with the affirmation: " 476 II, I, 0, 25,116 | isolated from life or artificially juxtaposed to it. It is 477 IV,II, 3, 2,183 | protagonists of evangelization and artisans of social renewal.(80)~ 478 IV,III, 0, 6,191 | for professionals, for artists, for scientists and for 479 III,II, 0, 19,151 | is called "existential" (ascending), which moves from human 480 I, I, 0, 11,40(89) | in this one Word" ("The Ascent of Mount Carmel" 2,22; cf. 481 V | Cor 1:2); "The Churches of Asia" (1 Cor 16:19); "The Churches 482 III | about him with the twelve asked him concerning the parables. 483 V,II, 0, 38,236 | into communion with that aspiration of the Church which, like 484 Intro, 0, 0, 5,21 | traditional cultures are being assailed by powerful external forces 485 Pref, 0, 0, 0,6 | the other hand the General Assemblies of the Synod of Bishops, 486 I, I, 0, 17,54 | who reveals, and willingly assenting to the Revelation given 487 I, I, 0, 19,58(173) | parameters (fines) that RM assigns to the "mission ad gentes". 488 III,II, 0, 20,152 | medium for exploring and assimilating the truths which constitute 489 V,III, 0, 54,260 | and their families become associated with Catholic schools because 490 V,III, 0, 55,262 | a particular movement or association enriches the Church and 491 II, I, 0, 22,109(373) | foster and to take (fovet et assumit)".~ 492 Pref, 0, 0, 0,13 | August 1997~Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary~+ 493 IV,III, 0, 4,189 | Jesus and His Spirit give assurance that every person, however 494 I,III, 0, 8,86 | search of the one that went astray..." Mt 18,12); fraternal 495 Intro, 0, 0, 6,22 | bond of man to God".(32)~Atheism, understood as a negation 496 II,II, 1, 7,130 | this is not only living attachment to God but also assent of 497 I,III, 0, 9,87 | Christian faith does not attain full development.~– Each 498 Intro, 0, 0, 5,20 | human being is ever to be attained. Linguistic theory, for 499 I, I, 0, 12,45 | Spirit, man succeeds in attaining to contemplate and to delight 500 IV, V, 0, 25,214 | great obstacle of every attempt at inculturation: this permits


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