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  • n. Plural form of catechumenate.


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  • Tertiary monks besides novices, in five monasteries; also three convents of native Tertiary Carmelite nuns educating girls, two orphanages under Tertiary Sisters of St. Francis, four catechumenates, two seminaries, with 96 students.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon

  • Seminary, Kandy, Ceylon; 6 convents, 116 native Carmelite Tertiary nuns and 28 postulants; 2 catechumenates; 1 orphanage with 25 orphans; 7 boarding-schools with 267 pupils, 201 primary and secondary school with 12,386 pupils; 412 converts in 1911; 39

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 16 [Supplement]

  • Brahmin converts, opened in 1893, has (1912) 45 residents; catechumenates for men and women in three places, besides associations of voluntary catechists who give their leisure time to teaching on Sundays and feasts; St. Joseph's College Press, which publishes the "Tamil Messenger of the S. Heart", the "Morning Star", devotional books, etc.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner

  • St. Vincent de Paul Society at Nagpur; catechumenates at

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman


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