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And this much, we believe, should be demanded of each catechumen before he is admitted to the rite of confirmation.
The missionary found no one who did not give a high encomium to the young catechumen.
Onesimus had not been baptised with them, though he had learnt something of Christianity as a young catechumen.
DARKNESS AND DAWNFREDERIC W. FARRAR
In the opinion of prominent theologians, a mere catechumen can, under certain circumstances, be a member of the Church.
The grey-haired patriarch laid his hand upon the new catechumen's head, and the dying God looked in benediction upon them all.
The father questioned his young catechumen, and found her in a state of the most perfect ignorance.

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