Definition of Catechist. Meaning of Catechist. Synonyms of Catechist

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Definition of Catechist

Catechist
Catechist Cat"e*chist (k[a^]t"[-e]*k[i^]st), n. [L. catechista, fr. Gr.] One who instructs by question and answer, especially in religions matters.

Meaning of Catechist from wikipedia

- hearers into the fullness of Christian life. In the Catholic Church, catechist is a term used of anyone engaged in religious formation and education...
- The role of a Catholic catechist is to catechise (teach) the Faith of the Catholic Church by both word and example. To catechize means to teach: more...
- Papua New Guinea Roman Catholic. He served as a well-noted and beloved catechist in his village and was entrusted with the local parish during World War...
- Martin Wu Xuesheng, lay catechist, John Zhang Tianshen, lay catechist, John Chen Xianheng, lay catechist, Lucy Yi Zhenmei, lay catechist. In June 1840, Qing...
- Saint Peter's Catechist School but officially known as St Peter's Rural Training School) was founded as a school to train boys as catechists to ****ist Mill...
- Richard Miles was a Motswana (Tswana) catechist and preacher "to the native tribes beyond the border" in South Africa. Nothing definite is known of Richard...
- Adrien Atiman (c. 1866—1956) was a Roman Catholic catechist and medical doctor. Atiman was born in Tindirma, French Sudan, on the Niger River. He belonged...
- Pedro Calonsor, was a Catholic Filipino migrant, sacristan and missionary catechist who, along with the Spanish Jesuit missionary Diego Luis de San Vitores...
- Lodewijk Makeblijde (1565–1630) was a Flemish Jesuit and a Renaissance poet and hymn writer. Makeblijde was born to a patrician family in Poperinge, County...
- The Martyrs of ****an (日本の殉教者, Nihon no junkyōsha) were Christians who were ****cuted for their faith in ****an, mostly during the 17th century. Christian...
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