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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 WAY OF SALVATION IN THE LUTHERAN CHURCHG. H. GERBERDING
The missionary found no one who did not give a high encomium to the young catechumen.
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF KATERI TEKAKWITHAELLEN H. WALWORTH
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 CATHOLIC WORLD; VOLUME I, ISSUES 1-6E. RAMEUR
The grey-haired patriarch laid his hand upon the new catechumen's head, and the dying God looked in benediction upon them all.
A CHRISTIAN BUT A ROMANMR JKAI
The father questioned his young catechumen, and found her in a state of the most perfect ignorance.
CATHOLIC WORLD, VOL. XIII, APRIL TO SEPTEMBER, 1871VARIOUS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO CATECHUMEN

  • adherent
  • attendant
  • beginner
  • bookworm
  • brain
  • catechumen
  • disciple
  • first-year student
  • follower
  • graduate student
  • junior
  • learner
  • neophyte
  • novice
  • satellite
  • scholar
  • schoolboy/girl
  • senior
  • sophomore
  • student
  • tenderfoot
  • undergraduate
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