catechization


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It seems reasonable that this phrase should embrace not only the process of catechization, not only religious education or theological education, but education and formation as a whole.
The second-year program offers more specialized courses in religious education and other disciplines that are indispensable to future teachers of Christian catechization in Sunday schools and secondary schools and institutes.
Against the regularity of annual confession, catechization, and education, individual Christians in Cuenca increasingly pursued their private devotional lives and participated in more approved collective activities, both of which reflected a renewed, modern Catholicism in the sixteenth century.
In this respect, Porta's emphasis on consolation reflects the success of catechization efforts, since ability to apply doctrine to circumstances implies some familiarity with doctrine to begin with.
What form should the catechization of children take?
The catechization of adults is an especially important necessity.