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  • verb Present participle of catechize.

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Examples

  • It has been an amazing thing to me, occasionally to meet with men who blamed this "catechizing" for giving them a distaste to religion; every one in all our circle thinks and feels exactly the opposite.

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  • A few days after her arrival, a week or more, she underwent one evening a kind of catechizing from her aunt, as to her former manner of life; where she had been, and with whom, since her mother left her; what she had been doing; whether she had been to school, and how her time was spent at home,

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  • It is therefore the privileged place for catechizing the people of God.

    The Sacred Liturgy: The First School of the Faith

  • "It [the sacred liturgy] is therefore the privileged place for catechizing the people of God."

    The Sacred Liturgy: The First School of the Faith

  • The posters are a direct challenge to the Bishops and the laywomen who have for years rammed the Novus Ordo and its de-catechizing down the throats of humble, obedient Catholics.

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  • Is it the case that most permanent deacons only serve in that capacity on weekends, catechizing and serving at liturgy?

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  • Printers, paper-dealers, and designers were catechizing

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  • During this ride with the youth, whom he already regarded as his nephew, he found endless opportunities of catechizing him on all the trifles of which a perfect knowledge constituted, according to his private code, an accomplished gentleman.

    The Ball at Sceaux

  • He was mortified, but pitched sleepless through his private catechizing, intimidated by the ancient mysteries, a thirteen-year-old would never say that, resolved to experience conversion like St. Augustine.

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  • During this ride with the youth, whom he already regarded as his nephew, he found endless opportunities of catechizing him on all the trifles of which a perfect knowledge constituted, according to his private code, an accomplished gentleman.

    The Ball at Sceaux

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