Definition of Mystagogic. Meaning of Mystagogic. Synonyms of Mystagogic

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Definition of Mystagogic

Mystagogic
Mystagogic Mys`ta*gog"ic, Mystagogical Mys`ta*gog"ic*al, a. Of or pertaining to interpretation of mysteries or to mystagogue; of the nature of mystagogy.

Meaning of Mystagogic from wikipedia

- Orations or Catechetical Homilies, while the final five are often called the Mystagogic Catecheses (μυσταγωγικαί), because they deal with the mysteries (μυστήρια)...
- influenced by the traditions of the rite of the Church of Jerusalem, as the Mystagogic Catecheses of Cyril of Jerusalem imply. It became widespread in Church...
- Sometimes these mystagogical instructions were not given until after the catechumen had been baptized. The most famous of these mystagogical works are the...
- the United States: "Not for nothing did classic rock crown the Doors' mystagogic middlebrow escapism and Led Zep's chest-thumping megalomaniac grandeur...
- lectures on the Christian sacraments : the Procatechesis and the five mystagogical Catecheses. F. L. Cross. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir's Seminary Press...
- sacraments generally in both the East and the West, as shown from the "Mystagogical Homilies" of St. Cyril of Jerusalem and the work, On the Mysteries by...
- pigeonholes like 'country-rock' while avoiding both the banal and the mystagogical, and I like quatrains like: 'And if California slides into the ocean/Like...
- early state can be seen in the testimonies of Eusebius of Caesarea, the Mystagogical Catecheses of Cyril of Jerusalem, and, above all, the Ritual used in...
- the first five centuries of the Christian church, and especially the mystagogical literature of the fourth century; the Roman Catholic Rite of Christian...
- This double role appears as early as Cyril of Jerusalem's 4th-century Mystagogic Catacheses; as Edward Yarnold notes, "Cyril attributes both negative and...