from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of catechising.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. etc. See catechization, etc.
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Make diligent use of those great auxiliaries to home-education, which the church has instituted, such as Sabbath schools, bible classes and catechisation.
And it is largely because this has not been demanded as the only true and satisfactory result of catechisation, that this important branch of the Church's activity has so largely fallen into disrepute.
We have spoken of the importance of catechisation.
We believe that the trouble in this matter lies largely in the fact that catechisation has become unpopular in our fast age.
Some of them have even joined in the cry of the fanatic, and called all catechisation in the
Strange as it may seem, this mistake is most commonly made by those very pastors who profess to be the warmest friends of and the most zealous insisters on the catechisation of every lamb in the flock.
It was shown that with elapsing of time and numerous spouts of literature, there has been no attempt at provide a true catechisation of the catchall, "globalisation".
In an attempt to move the church on from homosexuality, the Primates will focus instead on how well their provinces are fulfilling the Communion's official "five marks of mission": evangelisation, catechisation, service, social and environmental action.