1. of or relating to or involving catechesis
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How To Use catechetical In A Sentence

  • Perhaps Wood insists on finding such an explicit blueprint for Christian life in Tolkien's book because his primary intention is catechetical, but I suspect such an approach is counterproductive even in this sphere.
  • Deaconesses ministered primarily to women, and their role was catechetical and philanthropic.
  • The meeting of the two was not marked by the effusion vocal, gymnastical, osculatory and catechetical that distinguishes the greetings of their unprofessional sisters in society. The Voice of the City: Further Stories of the Four Million
  • On such a basis, moral education is inevitably reduced to some kind of catechetical instruction, or lessons about morals. Democracy and Education : an Introduction to the Philosophy of Education
  • The script which relates to the patron of the church, Mary, the Mother of God, Mother of the Church is also a wonderful tradition in the spirit of our tradition, and is also catechetical. Renovations: St. Mary Church, Marietta, Ohio
  • Without adequate catechetical formation of the people, the liturgy proclaims signs of faith which they are not able fully to claim and integrate into their daily lives.
  • They rightly insist that the university is not a catechetical school and they are not propagandists.
  • The "catechetical" schools, also under the bishop's supervision, prepared young clerics for the priesthood. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy
  • It does say that he was upset with the poor catechetical materials used in parishes in Australia and that his provincial reprimanded him for preaching on hell.
  • Deacons following their gifts are involved in liturgical, catechetical, pastoral, and administrative duties.
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