Catechetically


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Cat`e`chet´ic`al`ly


adv.1.In a catechetical manner; by question and answer.
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A copy of Cardinal Arinze's letter directing that the translation of "pro multis" be changed to "for many" instead of the literally incorrect (but catechetically explicable) "for all" can be found at http://www.
So, when introducing a catechetical method or tool, it is essential frequently to ask the question: "Is this a theologically valid and catechetically effective way of teaching the faith?
11) John Cunningham has written convincingly, though somewhat catechetically, of the effect that the Easter baptismal ritual, retained after the Reformation in the Anglican Church, must have had upon Shakespeare's imagery and theme in King Lear.