catechumen

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A convert to Christianity under instruction before baptism; a young Christian preparing for confirmation

Here in this room an old man had killed and boiled a catechumen, had committed sodomy with a rat, had discussed a rodent nunhood with V., a future saint – depending which story you listened to.

{n} a person instructed
A person in the catechumenate who has never been baptized
One under instruction in the rudiments of Christian doctrine, usually a new convert
One who is receiving rudimentary instruction in the doctrines of Christianity; a neophyte; in the primitive church, one officially recognized as a Christian, and admitted to instruction preliminary to admission to full membership in the church
(Gr "those who learn the faith") A convert to Christianity in the early church, who received instructions in Christianity, but was not yet baptized Catechumens were permitted to attend the first part of the Eucharist (Liturgy of the Catechumens), but were dismissed before the Consecration of the Gifts
{i} person who is studying the main principles of Christianity
a new convert being taught the principles of Christianity by a catechist
One who is not baptized and is preparing for full initiation at the Easter Vigil through baptism, confirmation and eucharist
(kata KYOO men): An adult who is in the process of preparing for the reception of the Mysteries of Initiation In the early *Church, the process for such preparation usually took two years, and culminated in key times of the Liturgical Year For the largest part of the Church this was the Easter Vigil Liturgy, which followed Great Lent, a time of purification In some Syriac Churches this time of reception was the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord (6 January) Today, the Latin Church has revived the process; it is know as the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R C I A )
One who is not baptized and is preparing for full initiation at the Easter Vigil through baptism, confirmation, and Eucharist
One who is in the process of entering the Catholic Faith, but has not been validly baptized a Christian
Catechumen is an ancient term, not often used today, for a person who is taking instruction in Christianity, but is not yet baptized In the ancient Church, catechumens were dismissed from the service between the Service of the Word and the Eucharist (In the Western Church, announcements are made at this point )
[church] A person in training; usually children and recent converts
A catechumen
catechumenist
catechumen

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    [ "ka-t&-'kyü-m&n ] (noun.) 15th century. From Old French catéchumène or ecclesiastical Latin catechumenus, from Ancient Greek κατηχούμενος (katēkhoumenos, “being instructed”), present participle passive of κατηχέω (katēkheō, “sound through, instruct orally, catechise”), from κατά (kata, “down”) + ἠχή (ēkhē, “sound”).

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