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501 V,II, 0, 47,248 | 248. Attendance at a school for catechists (237) 502 IV | and gave it back to the attendant, and sat down; and the eyes 503 II,II, 0, 27,120 | and of Catholic doctrine, attested to or illuminated by Sacred 504 II, I, 0, 22,109 | the Christian message more attractive or superficially decorative. 505 III, I, 0, 8,139 | from the bonds of evil and attracts him to himself by bonds 506 II,II, 1, 7,129 | importance which the fathers attribute to the baptismal catechumenate 507 I, I, 0, 15,50(126) | meaning that tradition has attributed to it (cf. John Paul II, 508 IV,IV, 0, 9,195 | appreciate the ineffable attributes of God: his fatherly compassion, 509 IV, V, 0, 21,209 | critical maturity among audiences, stimulating them to a deep, 510 III,II, 0, 26,160 | tape recordings, video and audio cassettes, Compact Discs, 511 V, I, 0, 30,223 | vigilant with regard to the authencity of the faith as well as 512 II,II, 1, 4,124 | Church's Magisterium, which authoritatively gathers in a precise form, 513 I,II, 3, 2,74 | schools where the civil authorities or other circumstances impose 514 Conclu, 0, 4, 2,291 | Directory for Catechesis and authorized its publication.~+Darío 515 Intro, 0, 0, 5,21 | growing desire to esteem anew autochthonous cultures. The question posed 516 Intro, 0, 0, 6,22 | consists in an excessively autonomous view of man and of the world " 517 III,II, 0, 26,160 | before God if she did not avail of those powerful instruments 518 Pref, 0, 0, 0,1 | this conciliar mandate, availed itself of a special commission 519 III,II, 0, 18,149 | fidelity to man" leads to an avoidance of any opposition or artificial 520 II, I, 0, 21,107 | wonderful deeds of God and the awaiting (expectatio) of Christ's 521 V, I, 0, 34,231 | of catechist. The Church awakens and discerns this divine 522 I,III, 0, 7,85 | confidence, supplication and awe for his glory. All of these 523 IV, V, 0, 21,209 | realizing the importance of balancing the language of image and 524 III | of compassion, with the bands of love, and I became to 525 V, I, 0, 34,231(184) | cf. Rituale Romanum, Ordo Baptisimi Parvulorum, n. 62, Editio 526 I,III, 0, 5,82 | Trinitarian. The Church baptizes "in the name of the Father 527 I | disciples of all nations; baptizing them in the name of the 528 Abbr, I | Jeremiah~Lam: Lamentations~Bar: Baruch~Ezek: Ezekiel~Dan: 529 V | Blessed are you, Simon Bar-Jonah! For flesh and blood has 530 IV, 0, 0, 27,164 | both to Greeks, and to Barbarians, both to the wise and the 531 I,II, 2, 1,69 | runs the risk of becoming barren if no community of faith 532 I, I, 0, 20,59 | is unthinkable to create barriers between them or to put them 533 Abbr, I | Jeremiah~Lam: Lamentations~Bar: Baruch~Ezek: Ezekiel~Dan: Daniel~ 534 II, I, 0, 21,107(358) | The Fathers basing the content of catechesis 535 II, I, 0, 18,101(329) | all things in wonderful beauty and order. Help us now to 536 I,III, 0, 3,79 | a mother for mankind who begets children conceived by the 537 Conclu, 0, 4, 2,290 | the Father and of the Son, begging him to give fruitfulness 538 III,II, 0, 20,152 | person becomes capable of behaving in a responsible and active 539 II, 0, 0, 12,92 | case the faith consists in believing the word of God and committing 540 V, I, 0, 29,221(146) | Besides this apostolate, which belongs to absolutely every Christian, 541 IV,III, 0, 4,189 | as persons particularly beloved of the Lord. A growth in 542 Intro, 0, 0, 4,18 | She notes with joy that "a beneficial trend is advancing and permeating 543 IV,IV, 0, 9,195 | compassion, his providence, his benevolence and loving presence. It 544 III | yoke on their jaws, and I bent down to them and fed them" ( 545 IV,II, 3, 3,185 | patience and wisdom and without betrayal".(84)~ 546 IV,II, 3, 1,181 | that any commitment to the betterment of society finds its hopes 547 IV,II, 1, 4,176 | to interior enrichment or bewilderment and in which the need of 548 V,III, 0, 53,257 | the parish especially in big cities "shaken by the phenomenon 549 II, I | you rise. And you shall bind them as a sign upon your 550 I, 0, 1, 8,35 | its ecclesial nature, its binding objective of communion with 551 V, I, 0, 29,220 | a duty that involves and binds it directly. (144) Again, 552 Intro | along the path, and the birds came and devoured it. Other 553 Conclu, 0, 4, 2,289 | produces of itself, first the blade, then the ear, then the 554 I, I | Christ with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places... 555 IV | recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those 556 III,II, 0, 21,154 | Hail Mary...).(14)~"The blossoms—if we may call them that— 557 II, I, 0, 19,103 | compel them to live on the border line of existence: hunger, 558 IV,II, 3, 2,182 | world of disenchantment, of boredom, of angst and of marginalization. 559 I, I, 0, 14,49 | faithful of mature faith in the bosom of the Christian community. (125) 560 IV, I, 0, 31,169 | talent of the catechist must bow to it.~ 561 II, I, 0, 24,115(393) | contains a great number of branches in a tiny grain, so too 562 Intro, 0, 0, 6,23 | of God meant an interior breakdown of the aspirations of the 563 II, I, 0, 14,96 | down in writing under the breath of the Holy Spirit", (305) 564 IV, V, 0, 17,205 | unified by the faith. It bridges the gap between belief and 565 II, I, 0, 20,105 | Church who have taught it brilliantly; that of the missionaries 566 Pref, 0, 0, 0,13 | Hoyos~Archbishop Emeritus of Bucamaramga~Pro-Prefect~+ Crescenzio 567 Conclu, 0, 4, 2,291 | Hoyos~Archbishop Emeritus of Bucaramanga~Pro-Prefect~+ Crescenzio 568 V,II, 0, 41,239 | preacher of the Gospel, every builder up of the Church should 569 II, I, 0, 23,112 | and without imposing heavy burdens which it does not impose, 570 Intro, 0, 0, 2,16 | and the dynamism which bursts forth from the Resurrection 571 I, I, 0, 18,56(161) | Cf. Eusebius of Caesrea, "Praeparatio evangelica", 572 IV, V, 0, 22,211 | like communications; civil campaigns for peace, development and 573 Abbr,II | 1953 ff.)~CIC: Codex Iuris Canonici (25 January 1983)~ChL: John 574 I,III, 0, 11,90(289) | distinction. For its part the CIC, canons 204-206, notes the different 575 IV,II, 2, 2,179 | affective and behavioural capacities. Often specific religious 576 IV | proclaim release to the captives and recovering of sight 577 II,II, 1, 2,122(429) | H.E. Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, Il Catechismo 578 Intro, 0, 0, 1,15 | is quickly choked by the cares and troubles that weigh 579 IV,II, 4, 1,186 | the content of faith the caring presence of the catechist 580 I, I, 0, 11,40(89) | Word" ("The Ascent of Mount Carmel" 2,22; cf. The Liturgy of 581 IV, V, 0, 17,205 | evaluation phase, particularly in cases of initial attempts or experimentation, 582 III,II, 0, 26,160 | recordings, video and audio cassettes, Compact Discs, as well 583 V | preach and have authority to cast out demons" (Mk 3:13-15).~" 584 V,III, 0, 50,254(246) | of catechesis (de locis catecheseos).~ 585 I,II, 1, 1,64(194) | St Cyril of Jerusalem, Catecheses illuminandorum, I, 11; PG. 586 II,II, 1, 2,122(429) | title Kleine Hinfürung zum Catechismus der Katolischen Kirche, 587 I,II, 1, 3,67(205) | CT 20; St Augustine, De catechizandis rudibus, I, chap. 4, n. 588 IV,IV, 0, 13,201 | tendencies, are difficult to categorize in a comprehensive and precise 589 Intro, 0, 1, 1,25 | relativism?" (42) A prime category requiring examination is 590 II, I, 0, 26,118 | Directories and catechisms which cater for different ages and cultural 591 Intro, 0, 0, 1,15 | rich harvest. Jesus also cautions, however, that the word 592 IV, V, 0, 21,210 | be effective, must never cease to be true". (123)~The Catechism 593 Pref, 0, 0, 0,3 | throughout these years, has never ceased to exercise its pastoral 594 II, I, 0, 13,94 | men". (301) And so without ceasing to be the word of God, it 595 Abbr,II | verbo Dei mysteria Christi celebrans pro salute mundi (7 December 596 V,IV, 1, 1,266 | catechesis): these are the "basic cells" (292) of catechetical activity;~ 597 Intro, 0, 1, 6,33 | of life in Christ as the center of the life of faith;~– 598 Abbr,II | Paul II, Encyclical Letter Centesimus Annus (1 May 1991): AAS 599 I,II, 1, 3,67 | experience, the most fundamental certainties of the faith and the most 600 IV, V, 0, 25,214 | See: this allows for the certification of experiences, criteria, 601 II, I, 0, 17,100(321) | DCG (1971) 41; cfr. Eph 2:18.~ 602 III,II, 0, 23,157 | dialogue, by exchanging challenging points of view.~ 603 III,II, 0, 22,155(17) | 1971), 71; cf. Part V, Chaps. 1 and 2.~ 604 IV,II, 1, 2,173 | addressed to individuals who are charged to fulfill social responsibilities 605 II, I, 0, 24,115(396) | the Mount as "the perfect charter of the Christian life and 606 III, I, 0, 11,142 | the the man whom thou dost chasten, O Lord, and whom thou dost 607 V,III, 0, 55,261(274) | speaking, to environments of chatechizing.~ 608 I,II | not hide them from their chidren, but tell to the coming 609 II, I, 0, 24,115 | disciples, makes clear the childlike trust and the deepest desires 610 I,II, 3, 2,75 | opportunity to examine their own choice more deeply.~In the case 611 III, I, 0, 13,144 | inspire its methodological choices are:~– to promote a progressive 612 V,II, 0, 44,243(225) | difficult problems in regard to choosing from among them and in regard 613 II,II, 2, 5,136 | catechisms. This symphony, this "chorus of voices of the universal 614 II, I, 0, 22,108(366) | Cf. Part IV, chp 5.~ 615 Abbr,II | Vatican City 1985~SCh: Sources Chrétiennes, Collectio, Paris 1946 ff.~ 616 Abbr,II | Ecclesia sub verbo Dei mysteria Christi celebrans pro salute mundi ( 617 I,III, 0, 4,80(236) | said in II part, chapter 1 "Christiaity of the evagelical mission".~ 618 Abbr,II | RCIA: Ordo Initiationis Christianae Adultorum, Rite of Christian 619 I, I, 0, 16,51 | who live on the margins of Christianlife, those who follow other 620 Abbr,II | October 1992)~CCL: Corpus Christianorum, Latin series (Turnholt 621 Abbr,II | Post-synodal Apostolic Exhortation, Christifedeles Laici (30 December 1988): 622 Pref, 0, 0, 0,6 | Consortio (22 November 1981) and Christifideles Laici (30 December 1987). 623 II, I, 0, 17,100 | presentation must always be christocentric-trinitarian: "Through Christ to the 624 I, I, 0, 11,41(92) | CT 5. The Theme of Christocentrism, is explained in "The object 625 Abbr,II | of Bishops in the Church Christus Dominus (28 October 1965)~ 626 II, I, 0, 19,103 | line of existence: hunger, chronic epidemics, illiteracy, poverty, 627 IV,III, 0, 5,190 | travelling people, the chronically ill, drug addicts, prisoners. 628 IV, V, 0, 15,203 | cultural and historical circumstaces of those being instructed, 629 I,II, 1, 3,68 | cannot be reduced to the circumstantial or the occasional. (207) 630 IV,IV, 0, 13,201(108) | movements: pastoral challenge, cit., n. 5. 4.~ 631 I,II, 2, 2,71(214) | especially in IV, see 2 and 3, Città del Vaticano 1993.~ 632 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | discerning true values in our civilization, as well as its dangers, 633 V, I, 0, 28,219(142) | as well as note 50 for a clarification of the term "ministry of 634 II, I, 0, 22,109(369) | or sociological sense is clarified in GS 53. Cf. also ChL 44a.~ 635 I, I, 0, 14,47 | conciliar decree Ad Gentes clarifies well the dynamic of the 636 V,IV, 4, 0,281 | simplicity, conciseness and clarity.~ 637 V,III, 0, 50,254(246) | CT 67a. This is a classic expression in catechesis. 638 V, I, 0, 32,226 | perceive and joyously live the closeness of God and of Jesus made 639 I, I, 0, 10,38 | so as to draw even closer to man. God, in fact, operates 640 V, I, 0, 31,225 | catechists become active co-operators in a common diocesan programme.~ 641 V, I, 0, 31,224 | Christian community and co-ordinates and strengthens other charisms 642 V,IV, 2, 3,276 | problem inevitably arises of co-ordinating catechetical activity with 643 IV, I, 0, 29,167 | active subject, conscious and co-responsible, and not merely a silent 644 Abbr,II | Turnholt 1953 ff.)~CIC: Codex Iuris Canonici (25 January 645 I, I, 0, 19,58(173) | 33b. It is important to be cognisant of the parameters (fines) 646 I,II, 3, 2,75 | Religious instruction should be cognizant of that fact if it is to 647 Abbr,II | Spes (7 December 1965)~LC: Cogregation for the Doctrine of the 648 Intro, 0, 1, 2,28 | decisively toward solid ecclesial cohesion. To this end it is urgent 649 Pref, 0, 0, 0,5 | This Exhortation forms a cohesive unity with Evangelii Nuntiandi 650 Abbr,II | AAS 81 (1989) pp. 393-521~COINCATI: International Council for 651 I,II, 1, 1,64 | misfortune could cause the collapse of the entire building. (195)~ 652 Pref, 0, 0, 0,7 | the Holy See now seeks to collate this heritage and to organize 653 Abbr,II | SCh: Sources Chrétiennes, Collectio, Paris 1946 ff.~SRS: John 654 II,II, 1, 4,124 | Catechism of the Catholic Church collects all that is fundamental 655 II,II, 2, 5,136 | diocese and together as a college, in communion with the Successor 656 V,IV, 1, 4,270 | Successor of Peter—in this collegial mandate of Jesus regarding 657 II,II, 2, 5,136 | the reality of episcopal collegiality. The Bishops, each in his 658 Abbr, I | Ephesians~Phil: Philippians~Col: Colossians~1 Thess: 1 Thessalonians~ 659 V,IV, 1, 2,268 | a number of Dioceses to combine their actions, bringing 660 V,II, 0, 48,250 | formation for pastoral workers. Commencing with a general basic formation ( 661 V, I, 0, 32,226 | all the more when parents comment on the more methodical catechesis 662 I,III, 0, 4,80 | him, the requirements and comments contained in his Gospel 663 IV, V, 0, 13,201(110) | AAS 87 (1995), pp. 288-319 Commissio Theologica on the Faith 664 I, I, 0, 17,54 | By faith man freely commits his entire self completely 665 II, 0, 0, 12,92 | believing the word of God and committing oneself to it (fides qua);~– 666 III,II, 0, 21,154 | liturgy, as well as the commonly known prayers of Christian 667 III,II, 0, 26,160 | video and audio cassettes, Compact Discs, as well as the entire 668 I, I, 0, 15,50(126) | is distinguished from and compared with the various munera 669 II, I, 0, 22,109 | by two basic principles: "compatibility with the Gospel and communion 670 II, I, 0, 19,103 | those circumstances which compel them to live on the border 671 I,III, 0, 7,85 | of the Creed, which is a compendium of Scripture and of the 672 V,IV, 1, 1,266 | 266. The principal competencies of the diocesan office are 673 IV, V, 0, 24,213 | necessary. This should stimulate competition between centres of research, 674 II,II, 0, 26,119 | through the catechisms compiled in numerous local Churches 675 II, 0, 0, 12,93 | assist particular Churches in compiling catechisms based on the 676 Intro, 0, 0, 5,20 | experimental method must be complemented by some other method of 677 I,II, 3, 1,73 | activates, develops and completes the educational activity 678 II, I, 0, 19,104 | man in all his aspects and components, extending to his relation 679 Pref, 0, 0, 0,11 | Directory is to assist in the composition of catechetical directories 680 I,III, 0, 11,91 | particular characteristics: comprehensiveness and integrity of formation; 681 V,IV, 3, 1,279 | which a particular people conceives of and communicates with 682 I,III, 0, 3,79(235) | Having been made fruitful by conceiving her children thanks to the 683 I, I, 0, 19,58 | where missionary activity is concentrated preferably toward young 684 I, 0, 1, 8,35 | is to be conceived. The concepts word of God, Gospel, Kingdom 685 V,IV, 4, 0,281 | action, then simplicity, conciseness and clarity.~ 686 II, I, 0, 20,106(354) | maintaining the fraternal concord of God's family".~ 687 I,III, 0, 6,84(246) | objectives in which the end is concretized.~ 688 IV, I, 0, 31,169 | God" (1 Cor 3,9) not to be condemned but to be cultivated in 689 II, I, 0, 26,118 | presenting the message is conditioned by circumstances, and by 690 III, I, 0, 12,143 | process of dialogue;~– it conducts a pedagogy of signs, where 691 I,II, 2, 2,71(218) | veritatis, n. 6b l.c. 1552. Confer also what is indicated in 692 I,II, 3, 2,74 | cannot be neglected. The confessional character of religious instruction 693 II,II, 2, 4,135 | of various structures and configurations; as has been said, the Catechism 694 V,II, 0, 39,237 | criteria which inspire and configure with varying emphases relevant 695 II, I, 0, 19,104 | of liberation "cannot be confined to any restricted sphere 696 IV,II, 4, 1,186 | acceptance and of love which best confirm the validity of the word. 697 III,II, 0, 17,148 | its service. This is amply confirmed in the Church's history. 698 IV, V, 0, 23,212 | situations which are open to conflict and tension deriving from 699 Intro, 0, 0, 1,15 | the soil, the tensions, conflicts and difficulties of the 700 III, I, 0, 13,144 | interests. (499) It does not confuse the salvific action of God, 701 V,II, 0, 49,251 | activities to which religious congregations are dedicated, may be prepared. 702 V,IV, 1, 3,269 | national relevance, national congresses, relations with the mass 703 I, I, 0, 15,50(132) | imply that diversity of form connotes different messages. These 704 I,II, 1, 3,67(203) | principal characteristic connoting it.~ 705 II, I, 0, 18,102 | grants divine sonship, and in conquering death, promises eternal 706 II, I, 0, 18,102 | with its power to form consciences, is a central element in 707 Abbr,II | Instruction Libertatis Conscientia (22 March 1986): AAS 79 ( 708 Intro, 0, 0, 5,20 | ways of thinking",(28) with consequent human and religious repercussions. 709 V,II, 0, 44,243 | mutually enrich each other. Consequetly it is necessary to avoid 710 II, I, 0, 20,105 | better; that of pastors who conserve it with zeal and love and 711 I, I, 0, 12,43 | transmission. The Gospel is conserved whole and entire in the 712 III, I, 0, 13,144 | inspired by ideological considerations or purely human interests. (499) 713 II, I, 0, 18,102 | of the Kingdom until he consigns it, upon completion, to 714 I,II, 3, 1,73(222) | instruction in schools does not consist solely in rendering possible 715 IV, V, 0, 16,204 | defines a dynamic process consisting of various interactive elements: 716 IV,IV, 0, 9,195 | need of purification and consolidation. A catechesis, therefore, 717 Intro, 0, 1, 3,29 | true conversion; (54)~– consonant with what has been said, 718 II, I, 0, 17,99(319) | Fifth Ecumenical Council (Constantinople 533): cf. Constantinopolitanum 719 II, I, 0, 17,99(319) | Constantinople 533): cf. Constantinopolitanum II, Session VIII, can. 4, 720 IV,II, 1, 2,173 | content, and determine certain constants of presentation. It must 721 Intro, 0, 1, 2,27 | widely acknowledged. The four constitutions (Sacrosanctum Concilium, 722 V,III, 0, 56,263 | communion and a means for the construction of a more profound communion". (285) 723 V,II, 0, 41,239 | promote dialogue, to have a constructive spirit, and to engage in 724 IV,II, 3, 2,182 | under-development, the pressures of consumer society—all contribute to 725 II, I, 0, 22,109(374) | them (sanare, elevare et consummare)".~ 726 I, I, 0, 14,47 | The Church, while ever containing in herself the fullness 727 II, I, 0, 13,94 | the word continually. She contemplates the word with a profound 728 V,III, 0, 52,256 | of mystagogy". (255) This continual presence of the Christian 729 III, I, 0, 9,140 | mission in a manner which continued "the pedagogy of God", with 730 I,II, 1, 1,64 | missionary activity lacks continuity and is sterile, while pastoral 731 IV,II, 3, 2,183 | faith notes above all the contrasts in the condition of youth 732 Pref, 0, 0, 0,3 | proved fruitful and have contributed much to catechetical praxis 733 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30 | differing as to damage that convergence necessary for the unity 734 II, I, 0, 16,98 | which all salvation history converges. He, who came "in the fullness 735 II, I, 0, 26,118 | man and come to God, and conversely. The selection of a particular 736 III, I, 0, 13,144 | of faith through which it conveys faith which is known, celebrated, 737 V,IV, 3, 1,280 | perspectives, "should also convince those who work in the ministry 738 III, I, 0, 11,142 | other than those who are convinced and faithful disciples of 739 III, 0, 2, 6,137 | permanent inspiration and the convincing model for all communication 740 I, I, 0, 16,52 | on both the functions of convocation and of integral initiation.~ 741 Pref, 0, 0, 0,4 | of the Synod of Bishops, convoked by Pope Paul VI in October 742 V,IV, 1, 4,271 | on religious education, coordinates their activities and, where 743 Pref, 0, 0, 0,9 | of better orienting and coordinating the pastoral activity of 744 V, I, 0, 28,219 | he or she always acts in coordination with them.~d) In order that 745 III | healed them. I lead them with cords of compassion, with the 746 V | Church of God which is at Corinth" (1 Cor 1:2); "The Churches 747 I, I, 0, 12,43 | proclaiming the Gospel in every corner of the world.(95)~ 748 IV, V, 0, 17,205 | and erroneous and must be corrected. In positive terms, a catechesis 749 IV, 0, 0, 27,163 | He heals and forgives, corrects and encourages, with words 750 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | the entire content of the corresponding chapter of the previous 751 II, I, 0, 23,112 | rendered meaningless or is corrupted... (386)~ 752 Abbr,II | John Paul II, Apostolic Costitution Pastor Bonus (28 June 1988) 753 III,II, 0, 26,160 | to defray the rather high costs of acquiring and running 754 II,II, 1, 7,129(442) | from Egypt. When you are counted among the multitude of the 755 V,IV, 3, 1,279 | and evident ambiguities or counter values.~– "socio-cultural 756 V,II, 0, 41,239 | witness of life. Every theme covered by formation should feed, 757 Intro, 0, 1, 1,25(46) | EN 48; cr. CT 54; ChL 34b; 1985 Synod, 758 I, I, 0, 9,36 | 36. "God who creates and conserves all things 759 II,II, 1, 2,122 | between "lex orandi", "lex credendi" and "lex vivendi". "The 760 I,III, 0, 5,83 | the Church. 'Credo' and 'Credimus' necessarily imply each 761 IV,II, 3, 1,181 | the spiritual and cultural crisis gripping the world (75) 762 V,II, 0, 45,245 | know how to evaluate it critically. (230) It must be capable 763 III, 0, 2, 6,137 | he had proclaimed to the crowds. (479) He introduced them 764 III,II, 0, 22,156 | catechist with the subject is of crucial importance.~ 765 Intro, 0, 0, 2,16 | of sin by Christ, who was crucified and rose".(13) The Christian 766 Abbr,II | Editrice Vaticana, 1990~CSEL: Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum 767 I, I, 0, 12,42 | The Revelation of God, culminating in Jesus Christ, is destined 768 I,III, 0, 9,87 | Christian morality, but also cultivates active evangelical attitudes 769 IV,IV, 0, 13,201 | sometimes called sects or cults but, because of the abundance 770 I,III, 0, 3,79 | purity as apposite food, culturally enriched and a response 771 IV,IV, 0, 9,196(96) | Apostolic Exhortation Marialis cultus (2 February 1974), nn. 24, 772 Abbr,II | Message to the People of God, Cum iam ad exitum on catechesis 773 Intro, 0, 0, 3,17 | that shines and salt that cures.~ 774 V,IV, 1, 4,270(301) | the reform of the Roman Curia which had been requested 775 V,II, 0, 49,251 | as a university so far as curriculum, length of course and requisites 776 IV | to the synagogue, as his custom was, on the sabbath day. 777 II, I, 0, 17,100(327) | The term comes from St Cyprian "De orat. dom.", 23; PL, 778 Abbr, I | Bar: Baruch~Ezek: Ezekiel~Dan: Daniel~Hos: Hosea~Joel: 779 IV,IV, 0, 13,201 | necessary to overcome the danger of ignorance and prejudice, 780 Abbr, I | Baruch~Ezek: Ezekiel~Dan: Daniel~Hos: Hosea~Joel: Joel~Amos: 781 III,II, 0, 21,155 | which fully respects the datum of faith and shows an understanding 782 III, I, 0, 14,144(503) | Cf. MPD 7; CT 55; DCD (1971) 4.~ 783 IV,II, 0, 33,171 | open to the challenge of dechristianization and must above all be reinforced 784 I, I, 0, 16,51 | who are moved by grace to decide to follow Jesus are "introduced 785 I,II, 0, 21,61 | whosoever converts, whosoever decides. Both activities are essential 786 Intro, 0, 1, 2,28 | must tend all the more decisively toward solid ecclesial cohesion. 787 Abbr,II | Symbolorum Definitionum et Declarationum de Rebus Fidei et Morum, 788 II, I, 0, 18,102 | for catechesis.~– Jesus declares that the Kingdom of God 789 Abbr,II | Catechetical Directory, Ad normam decreti (11 April 1971): AAS 64 ( 790 II, I, 0, 26,118 | however, it is not possible to deduce the order that should be 791 I, I, 0, 14,48 | the Gospel, by word and deed throughout the whole world.~ 792 IV,IV, 0, 10,198 | confessions, the Bishops may deem opportune or necessary specific 793 I,II, 2, 2,71 | sacraments by promoting a deeper understanding and experience 794 IV, V, 0, 15,203 | instructed, and to avoid defacing or falsifying the contents.~ 795 Pref, 0, 0, 0,9 | principally for the reason that defects and errors in catechetical 796 IV,IV, 0, 13,201 | experience of prayer, to defend them from error, to educate 797 I, I, 0, 20,59 | activity are not clearly definable, and it is unthinkable to 798 Abbr,II | Enchiridion Symbolorum Definitionum et Declarationum de Rebus 799 Pref, 0, 0, 0,1 | Catechetical Directory was definitively approved by Pope Paul VI 800 III,II, 0, 26,160 | between the Churches, so as to defray the rather high costs of 801 V,II, 0, 45,244(227) | effective, with varying degrees of success".~ 802 I, I, 0, 12,45 | attaining to contemplate and to delight in the God of love, who 803 V, I, 0, 27,216(129) | group of particular Churches delineated in terms of Region or Nation 804 V,IV, 1, 4,271 | attention to the suitable delivery of catechetical instruction;~– 805 IV,IV, 0, 11,199 | Indeed "when she delves into her own mystery, the 806 V | have authority to cast out demons" (Mk 3:13-15).~"Blessed 807 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | and ecclesial action, by demonstrating mutual distinctions and 808 III,II, 0, 17,148 | and richness" as well as a demonstration of respect for those to 809 IV, V, 0, 22,211 | especially those cultural areas denominated 'modern areopagi' like communications; 810 I, I, 0, 16,51(135) | Second Vatican Council. It denotes a second grade of catechesis 811 IV, V, 0, 19,207 | knowledge of the historical density of Christianity.~A privileged 812 Abbr,II | 18 November 1965)~DS: H. Denzinger-A Schönmetzer, Enchiridion 813 V,IV, 3, 1,279 | must have as its point of departure an analysis of the situation. " 814 Abbr,II | Catechists in the territories depedent on the Congregation for 815 Intro, 0, 0, 0,14 | presented here is obviously dependant on contingent historical 816 Conclu, 0, 4, 2,288 | Corinthians, confirms this total dependence on the intervention of God 817 I, I, 0, 16,52 | mission. The same homily, depending on circumstances, can take 818 II,II, 1, 2,122(429) | Hinfürung zum Catechismus der Katolischen Kirche, München 819 Pref, 0, 0, 0,2 | and ecclesial questions derived from outside the field of 820 III,II, 0, 19,151 | is called "kerygmatic" (descending), which begins with the 821 II,II, 1, 6,127 | In this sense, to describe Tradition and Scripture 822 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | particular significance is the description of the roles proper to the 823 II,II, 1, 7,130 | tradition the following aspects deserve attention:~– The cognitive 824 IV,III, 0, 4,189 | their service all the more deserving.~ 825 II,II, 1, 4,124 | our times. However, "by design this Catechism does not 826 I,III, 0, 10,89(287) | which the Church uses to designate those who are in the various 827 III, I, 0, 16,147 | presents its service as a designated educative journey in that, 828 Intro, 0, 1, 1,26 | baptized Christians who, desiring to promote dialogue with 829 IV,IV, 0, 9,195 | the Cross in daily life, detachment, openness to other men and 830 V, I, 0, 34,230(182) | LG 31. ChL 15 contains a detailed analysis of the ?secular 831 IV,II, 0, 33,171 | example, and leaves further details to be worked out by the 832 I,II, 2, 2,71 | interpret these realities, determining their conformity with or 833 I,III, 0, 9,87 | separated from the rest to the detriment of the others". (278)~ 834 Abbr, I | Leviticus~Num: Numbers~Deut: Deuteronomy~Josh: Joshua~ 835 Abbr, I | Leviticus~Num: Numbers~Deut: Deuteronomy~Josh: Joshua~Judg: Judges~ 836 I, I, 0, 14,47(113) | situations" (initia), "gradual developments" (gradus) and situations 837 II,II, 1, 7,130 | schemes and styles may be devised, in accordance with the 838 II, I, 0, 13,94 | faith, "listens to [it] devotedly, guards it with dedication 839 II,II, 2, 3,133(462) | and orientation of popular devotions (cf. EN 48; CT 54 and CCC 840 Intro | and the birds came and devoured it. Other seed fell on rocky 841 Abbr,II | AAS 64 (1972). pp. 97-176~DH: Second Vatican Council, 842 Intro, 0, 1, 5,32 | on reality are always a diagnosis of the need for mission.~ 843 I,III, 0, 9,87 | the whole of existence and dialogues with culture. In the liturgy, 844 Intro, 0, 0, 5,20 | rationalism which does not dichotomize man but which integrates 845 II, I, 0, 20,106(355) | Gregory the Great and the Didaché.~ 846 I, I, 0, 20,59 | socio-religious situations obviously differ from each other and it is 847 IV,II, 3, 2,182 | from the Church, or a least diffidence in her regard, lurks in 848 V,III, 0, 56,263 | have experienced a great diffusion in recent decades. (282) 849 Abbr,II | Declaration on Religious Liberty, Dignitatis Humanae (7 December 1965)~ 850 II, I, 0, 23,112 | the contrary, "must take diligent care faithfully to present 851 II, I | and you shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall 852 II, I, 0, 23,111 | mutilated, falsified or diminished form but whole and entire, 853 IV,III, 0, 4,189 | as well as other forms of disabilityespecially children—as persons 854 Intro, 0, 1, 2,28 | weakened and "a certain disaffection towards the Church is frequently 855 V,II, 0, 39,237 | its values, challenges and disappointments. To accomplish this task, 856 I, I, 0, 12,43 | and writings, faithfully discharged this task.(94)~This Apostolic 857 I,II, 1, 1,64 | 64. In discharging in different ways the initiatory 858 II,II, 2, 4,135(465) | catechisms even to the extent of discouraging these latter. However, they 859 II, I, 0, 20,105 | The catechumen who has discovered the Gospel and desires to 860 V,II, 0, 44,243(226) | understanding of the most recent discoveries with Christian morality 861 I,II, 3, 2,75 | instruction the possibility of discovering what exactly faith in Jesus 862 IV,II, 3, 2,182 | infrequently a world of disenchantment, of boredom, of angst and 863 I,III, 0, 8,86 | Indeed, "dialogue does not dispencse form evangelization".(274)~ 864 II, I, 0, 20,106 | Christ form a community dispersed throughout the whole world, 865 III, I, 0, 12,143 | the pedagogy of God, as displayed in Christ and in the Church. 866 Intro, 0, 1, 3,29 | Churches already have at their disposal suitable and opportune pastoral 867 IV,II, 3, 3,185 | bringing to maturity those dispositions favourable to the strictly 868 I,II, 1, 3,68 | Christian, without entering into disputed questions nor transforming 869 V,II, 0, 46,247 | times of the year; (235) dissertations on more pressing and necessary 870 II, I, 0, 18,102 | reveals that God is not a distant inaccessible Being, "a remote 871 II,II, 1, 3,123 | the Catholic Church can be distilled into the following remark 872 IV,II, 1, 3,175 | by demonstrating mutual distinctions and implications and thus 873 Intro, 0, 0, 5,21 | not respect the cultural distinctiveness of the peoples whom they 874 II, I, 0, 23,111 | avoiding any partial or distorted presentation: "In order 875 I, I, 0, 13,46 | impoverishing it or even of distorting it. Evangelization, on the 876 V,IV, 1, 3,269 | Dioceses and regions by distributing information and catechetical 877 V,II, 0, 36,233 | organize a more balanced distribution of catechists, among the 878 Intro, 0, 0, 5,21 | groups and nations) from disturbing the life of communities, 879 I,II, 2, 2,71 | their conformity with or divergence from the lines of the Gospel 880 V,II, 0, 39,237 | of overcoming "unilateral divergent tendencies" (212) and who 881 I, I, 0, 12,45 | sacraments, communicates his Diving gifts.~To God who reveals 882 Abbr,II | Humanae (7 December 1965)~DM: John Paul II, Encyclical 883 II, I, 0, 20,105 | that of the Fathers and doctors of the Church who have taught 884 III,II, 0, 18,149 | approaching the Bible,( 5) of "documentary pedagogy", especially of 885 III,II, 0, 21,154 | and texts of the Bible, of dogma, of the liturgy, as well 886 II, I, 0, 17,100(327) | from St Cyprian "De orat. dom.", 23; PL, 4:553; LG 4b.~ 887 IV,III, 0, 7,192 | marginalization. Stress can dominate the rhythm of life. Mobility 888 II, I, 0, 18,101 | liberation from sin and from the domination of the evil one, a liberation 889 II, I, 0, 24,115(396) | to guide it" (De Sermone Domini in Monte I, 1; PL 34, 1229- 890 Abbr,II | Bishops in the Church Christus Dominus (28 October 1965)~CCC: Catechism 891 I, I, 0, 16,51(138) | vocation of the theologian", Donum veritatis (24 May 1990), 892 II, I | shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your 893 II, I, 0, 18,102 | and, like leaven in the dough, what she desires is that 894 IV,II, 3, 2,182 | other hand, many of them are driven by a strong impetus to find 895 IV,III, 0, 5,190 | people, the chronically ill, drug addicts, prisoners. The 896 Abbr,II | Verbum (18 November 1965)~DS: H. Denzinger-A Schönmetzer, 897 Intro, 0, 1, 3,30 | into a 'content-method' dualism, with resultant reductionism 898 IV,IV, 0, 8,193 | also evident as well as dubious adherence to the faith. 899 II,II, 1, 6,127 | accordance to the Spirit who dwells in the Church". (436) "In 900 II, I | the Word became flesh and dwelt among us" (Jn 1:14).~ 901 IV,II, 2, 3,180 | because they are victims of dysfunctional social conditions or other 902 II, I, 0, 17,99(319) | II, Session VIII, can. 4, Dz 424. It is also used in 903 IV,II, 2, 1,177 | traditionally divided into early infancy or pre-school age 904 III | became to them as one who eases the yoke on their jaws, 905 Abbr, I | Ps: Psalms~Prov: Proverbs~Eccles: Ecclesiastes~Song: Song 906 V,IV, 1, 4,270(301) | Apostolic Constitution Regimmini Ecclesiae of Paul VI, 18 August 1967: 907 Abbr, I | Psalms~Prov: Proverbs~Eccles: Ecclesiastes~Song: Song of Solomon~Wis: 908 Abbr,II | CSEL: Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum (Wn 1866 ff.)~ 909 Abbr, I | Wis: Wisdom~Sir: Sirach (Ecclesiasticus)~Is: Isaiah~Jer: Jeremiah~ 910 IV,IV, 0, 9,196 | Trinitarian, Christological and ecclesiological aspects of mariology. In 911 I, I, 0, 19,58(173) | communications, science and ecology. In virtue of this a particular 912 II,II, 2, 3,133 | profound structural elements (economics, politics, family) are a 913 IV, V, 0, 20,208 | planted. In the process of eculturating the Gospel, catechesis should 914 IV,IV, 0, 9,196 | of biblical, liturgical, ecumenial and anthroplogical orientation.(96)~ 915 I,II, 1, 3,67 | foundation of the spiritual edifice of the Christian, nurtures 916 I, I, 0, 15,50(126) | Osservatore Romano, English Edition, 11 May 1994.~ 917 I,II, 0, 21,62 | new evangelization" it is effected by means of a "kerygmatic 918 Conclu, 0, 4, 2,286 | directives every possible effort has been made to ensure 919 II,II, 1, 7,129(442) | you begin your exodus from Egypt. When you are counted among 920 I,III, 0, 10,89(287) | decided to follow Jesus; elect (RCIA 24), those called 921 II, I, 0, 22,109(374) | and elevates them (sanare, elevare et consummare)".~ 922 III,II, 0, 26,162 | of individuals, and the elevation of the authentic culture 923 V,IV, 4, 2,285 | required for catechisms emanating from Episcopal Conferences— 924 V, I, 0, 30,223 | for catechesis, a passion embodied in a pertinent and effective 925 V,III, 0, 56,263 | other important human values emerge: friendship, personal recognition, 926 V,IV, 3, 1,279 | lived, inquiring into its emerging values and evident ambiguities 927 IV,II, 1, 4,176 | work, military service, emigration etc.: these are changes 928 IV,IV, 0, 9,196 | of Marian devotion can be emphasised, doctrinal elements gleaned 929 II,II, 2, 3,133 | Second Vatican Council also emphatically affirms the need for adapting 930 IV, 0, 0, 28,165 | moves catechesis to employ many different approaches 931 III,II, 0, 23,157 | learning while doing", by employing research 'and dialogue, 932 V,II, 0, 42,241 | s dynamism, but also in enabling them to ?give a reason for 933 III, I, 0, 13,144(500) | Cf. Paul VI, Lett. enc. Ecclesiam Suam, l.c. 609- 934 Abbr,II | Denzinger-A Schönmetzer, Enchiridion Symbolorum Definitionum 935 II, I, 0, 24,115(393) | too the summary of faith encompassed in a few words the whole 936 IV, V, 0, 22,211 | they live, especially in encountering those nuclei in which the 937 I,III, 0, 3,78(233) | traditio) and the personal and enculturated response (redditio). Cf. 938 IV,II, 4, 1,186 | and possibly even as an encumbrance. In the light of faith, 939 Intro, 0, 0, 5,21 | overthrowing traditional wisdom and endangering the character proper to 940 Pref, 0, 0, 0,4 | considered as one of the enduring concerns of the Church's 941 II, I, 0, 23,113 | facile accommodations which enfeeble the Gospel and secularize 942 I, I, 0, 15,50(126) | 4, L'Osservatore Romano, English Edition, 11 May 1994.~ 943 II, I, 0, 18,101 | incorporates that gladness enjoyed by every man who knows God 944 IV,II, 1, 2,173 | therefore, must be continually enlightened, developed and protected, 945 | enough 946 Intro, 0, 1, 1,24 | is therefore necessary to enquire into the current situation 947 I,III, 0, 5,82 | thus liberated from the enslavement of any idol. It is the proclamation 948 III,II, 0, 22,156 | grace and liberty. Thus, he ensures that his activities always 949 I,III, 0, 5,82 | the commitments which it entails. It is important that catechesis 950 IV,II, 3, 2,183 | richness" and calls them to an enterprise of personal and community 951 Intro, 0, 1, 3,29 | who devote themselves with enthusiasm to catechesis, one of the 952 Pref, 0, 0, 0,8 | sciences;~– Part Four(7) is entitled Those to be catechized; 953 Pref, 0, 0, 0,4 | December 1975. This document enunciates, amongst other things, a 954 Pref, 0, 0, 0,7 | catechesis in evangelization as envisaged by Evangelii Nuntiandi;~– 955 Abbr, I | Corinthians~Gal: Galatians~Eph: Ephesians~Phil: Philippians~Col: Colossians~ 956 V | 22); "The seven Churches: Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, 957 III | Yet it was I who taught Ephraim to walk, I took them up 958 II, I, 0, 19,103 | existence: hunger, chronic epidemics, illiteracy, poverty, injustice 959 II, I, 0, 24,115(397) | s Prayer. (St Augustine, Epistolas, 130, 12; PL, 33, 502); 960 V, I, 0, 27,216(129) | refers to dioceses and there equiparates (CIC Canon 368). The term 961 I,III, 0, 7,85 | only the life of faith but equips it to explain itself to 962 Intro, 0, 1, 6,33 | catechesis in the patristic era, it needs to form the personality 963 V,II, 0, 42,240 | programme;~– the three great eras in the history of Salvation: 964 Intro, 0, 0, 5,21 | are thus being gradually eroded.~– Similarly acknowledged 965 IV, V, 0, 17,205 | will prove dangerous and erroneous and must be corrected. In 966 II,II, 2, 4,135(465) | the Catholic Church can be erroneously understood to be substitutes 967 IV, V, 0, 18,206 | exclusively the result of erudite research". (117) The thrust 968 IV,III, 0, 7,192 | are many temptations to escapism and irresponsibility. Oppressive 969 IV,IV, 0, 13,201 | appear to be connected with esoteric traditions. Their doctrines 970 I, I, 0, 14,47 | This is the dynamic for establishing and building up the Church.~ 971 Intro, 0, 0, 5,21 | there is a growing desire to esteem anew autochthonous cultures. 972 Abbr, I | Tobit~Jud: Judith~Estherd: Esther~Job: Job~Ps: Psalms~Prov: 973 Abbr, I | Nehemiah~Tob: Tobit~Jud: Judith~Estherd: Esther~Job: Job~Ps: Psalms~ 974 IV, V, 0, 15,203 | content of the faith and esure that the doctrinal formulations 975 II, I, 0, 18,102 | achieves its consummation in eternity". (334)~– Jesus, in announcing 976 II, I, 0, 22,109(369) | either in a general or an ethnological or sociological sense is 977 II, I, 0, 19,104 | would lose its raison d'être "if it were divorced from 978 I, I, 0, 18,56(161) | Cf. Eusebius of Caesrea, "Praeparatio 979 I,III, 0, 4,80(236) | chapter 1 "Christiaity of the evagelical mission".~ 980 I, I, 0, 19,58 | evangelizers of those who have been evagelized. Also in these situations 981 IV, 0, 0, 27,164 | paying her obligation of evagelizing "both to Greeks, and to 982 III,II, 0, 20,152 | be continuously and duly evaluated.~a) It arouses in man, interests, 983 III,II, 0, 25,159 | participates in such groups and who evaluates and notes their dynamics 984 V,II, 0, 44,243(226) | way they will succeed in evaluating and interpreting everything 985 I,III, 0, 11,91(292) | Gregory the Great Homilia in Evangelia, I, III, 2; PL 76,1086 D).~ 986 I, I, 0, 18,56(161) | of Caesrea, "Praeparatio evangelica", I, 1; SCh 206, 6; LG 16; 987 Conclu, 0, 4, 2,289 | with love. St Mark, the Evangelist, is alone in recounting 988 Abbr,II | Paul II, Ecyclical Letter, Evangelium Vitae (25 March 1995): AAS 989 I, I, 0, 19,58 | mature faith which makes evangelizers of those who have been evagelized. 990 I,II, 2, 1,69 | gives to the initiated is eventually transformed into their being 991 V,II, 0, 42,241 | situation today points to an ever-increasing urgency for doctrinal formation 992 Intro, 0, 1, 2,27 | Baptism, and is rediscovering evermore the universal call to holiness 993 IV,IV, 0, 8,194 | Gospel and to live it out in every-day life. It enables them to 994 III,II, 0, 26,160 | a particular service and everybody will have his own specific 995 I, I, 0, 9,36 | offers to men a constant evidence of himself in created things".(72) 996 II,II, 2, 4,135 | formulation and content, (467) evidently a catechism must be faithful 997 IV, V, 0, 21,210 | it must be used so as to evince a "vast range of services... 998 I,II, 3, 2,75 | possibility of discovering what exactly faith in Jesus Christ is, 999 V,IV, 3, 1,279 | be a clear awareness, in "examining pastoral action", of the 1000 V,IV, 4, 2,284 | to catechesis, catechisms excel all others. (327) Their 1001 V, I, 0, 30,222 | of preaching the Gospel excels". (147) In carrying out


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