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In a lengthy paper distributed to teachers at a catechetical conference on October 12, 1953, Bennett commented that "many teachers are not satisfied with their results of teaching Christian Doctrine.
Overall, then, the religious education curriculum is fundamentally catechetical in nature and remains essentially traditional in its teaching methodology.
The second historical period begins in 1905 with a call for catechetical renewal that was to influence local approaches to religious education in the school and parish settings for children not in Catholic schools.
In fact, he became the first missionary ever to use the Bhil dialect in the liturgy and his catechetical ministry.
Angela later focused her talents on catechetical and parish work in North Adams and in Worcester where she was a director and coordinator of religious education at Immaculate Conception and St.
The preaching has to go beyond a catechetical exercise to bringing about an awakening of their current reality and the envisioning of new reality.
They would descend upon a locality after much publicity and stay for week or so, preaching daily sermons mostly on basic Christian or catechetical topics, with an emphasis on approaching the sacraments of penance (confession) and holy communion.
According to Wallace, the most significant battleground of this transformation of patriarchy was the witch hunt, but the parish confessional, consistorial courts, and catechetical instruction instilled distinctly gendered models of proper Christian behaviour for men and women, providing a religious thread to a broader social and political tightening of male authority.
Of, as I would describe it, there are three elements to all missionary work: an active or ethical element, a sacramental or liturgical element (though the two are not always the same), and a catechetical element.
Not to be confused with apologetics, catechetical instruction, or devotional Bible reading, theology so construed deserves a place in the university curriculum, Hittinger argues.
the encounter of a resistent son and an unfailingly patient father gives A Brefe Dialoge a dramatic texture that catechisms conventionally lack, and where catechetical answers conventionally ring with the glib confidence of a youngster who has done his memory work, Roye's carry a certain weight of experience and wisdom.