Definition of Catechetical

1. Adjective. Of or relating to or involving catechesis.

Exact synonyms: Catechetic
Category relationships: Divinity, Theology
Partainyms: Catechesis, Catechesis
Derivative terms: Catechesis, Catechesis



Definition of Catechetical

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to catechesis. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Catechetical

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Catechetical

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catechetical (current term)
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Literary usage of Catechetical

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1. A Source Book for Ancient Church History: From the Apostolic Age to the by Joseph Cullen Ayer (1913)
"39); and the Alexandrian, in the catechetical School of which Clement and ... The catechetical School of Alexandria was the most celebrated of all the ..."

2. A Student's History of Education by Frank Pierrepont Graves (1915)
"school at ° catechetical and Episcopal or Cathedral Schools.— In this way, during the second and third centuries, all the Christians at Alexandria, ..."

3. History of Education by Levi Seeley (1914)
"ORIGEN (186-253) Origen was a pupil of Clement in the catechetical school ... He began to teach in the catechetical school when only eighteen years of age, ..."

4. A History of Education by Thomas Davidson (1900)
"THE CHRISTIAN "catechetical SCHOOL" OF ALEXANDRIA Of incalculable importance was the catechetical School of Alex* andria, in the transformation of the pagan ..."

5. A Text-Book in the History of Education by Paul Monroe (1905)
"catechetical Schools. — From their method, and from their use of the catechism as the basis of their instruction in subject-matter, ..."

6. On the Action of Examinations Considered as a Means of Selection by Henry Latham (1877)
"Only the first plan can be adopted in what I have called the ex cathedra discourse, in contrast to the catechetical lecture in which the pupils are ..."

7. A History of Education Before the Middle Ages by Frank Pierrepont Graves (1909)
"The catechetical, Episcopal, and Cathedral Schools. — As the Christians came to absorb the Greek philosophy and culture, higher training became a necessity. ..."

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