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cat·e·che·sis

 (kăt′ĭ-kē′sĭs)
n. pl. cat·e·che·ses (-sēz)
Oral instruction given to catechumens.

[Late Latin catēchēsis, from Greek katēkhēsis, oral instruction, from katēkhein, to teach by word of mouth; see catechize.]

cat′e·chet′i·cal (-kĕt′ĭ-kəl) adj.

catechetical

(ˌkætɪˈkɛtɪkəl) or

catechetic

adj
(Education) of or relating to teaching by question and answer
ˌcateˈchetically adv

cat•e•chet•i•cal

(ˌkæt ɪˈkɛt ɪ kəl)

also cat`e•chet′ic,



adj.
pertaining to teaching by question and answer.
[1610–20; < Medieval Latin catēchētic(us)]
cat`e•chet′i•cal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.catechetical - of or relating to or involving catechesis
theology, divinity - the rational and systematic study of religion and its influences and of the nature of religious truth
Translations
katechetický
kateketisk
katekizáló
katehisma-katkisma-
katechetický
sorulu-cevaplı

catechism

(ˈkӕtikizəm) noun
1. a book (especially religious) of instructions by means of question and answer.
2. a series of searching questions on any subject.
catechetical (-ketikl) adjective
catechetical class.
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A catechist must have a minimum C- in KCSE, a Diploma in Catechetical studies from a recognised catechetical college/ institute and should not be beyond 35 years.
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Sadlier is a publisher of print and digital educational materials for PreK-12 public and private schools and catechetical materials for Catholic schools, parishes and families.
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The volume concludes with another genuinely important essay by Salvador Ryan, which relates five surviving Irish catechetical tracts to contemporary preoccupations and developments within continental catechesis.
The document is catechetical in nature, emphasizing that the catechetical process cannot be evaluated since it involves a personal spiritual journey, yet at the same time insisting that religion be as academically serious and rigorous as other disciplines, which by definition include sophisticated evaluation procedures.
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