Definitions

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  • n. The science or practice of instructing by questions and answers.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The science or practice of instructing by questions and answers.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The art or practice of teaching by means of question and answer. See catechetic.

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Examples

  • Young children are capable of learning and believing in that which may even be considered the most difficult doctrines of the Catholic faith to teach to adults; for example, the doctrines of the Blessed Trinity and the Real Presence (both of which are necessary in liturgical catechetics).

    The Prime Years for Catechesis are in Childhood

  • Have you been pursuing the promotion of liturgical catechetics, explaining the nature of the Mass as worship of God through the Sacrifice of the Son?

    Priestly Input: Reform of the Reform Updates?

  • This format has been used for a long time in China to systematically present Catholic catechetics.

    ACN News - Bishop in China praises latest papal document

  • The other Catholics who were spared modernist catechetics were those in the poorer African and Asian countries who could not afford to travel to the Study Weeks set up to teach priests and catechists the new religion.

    " Why the Crisis in the Church? "

  • Perhaps Catholics who have no proper regard for the havoc caused by modernist catechetics don't realise how evil it is.

    " Why the Crisis in the Church? "

  • In spite of all the evidence, it will take a real effort for some of us to admit that modern catechetics is the principal cause of our tragic decline.

    " Why the Crisis in the Church? "

  • Anyway we have poor people in the countries which are victims of modernist catechetics who do not want to be Catholics let alone priests.

    " Why the Crisis in the Church? "

  • These are all countries which were spared the new catechetics though of course they had to accept the Novus Ordo rite.

    " Why the Crisis in the Church? "

  • It would be hard to over-estimate the damage modernist catechetics has done to the Church, but too many Catholics under-estimate it all the time allowing it to go merrily on.

    " Why the Crisis in the Church? "

  • Indeed, these countries are so well off for priests they are able to send priests as missionaries to help us and other countries decimated by modernist catechetics.

    " Why the Crisis in the Church? "

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