catechumen

[n] - a new convert being taught the principles of Christianity by a catechist
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Catechumen

Cat'e·chu`men noun [ Latin catechunenus, Greek ... instructed, from .... See Catechise .] (Eccl.) One who is receiving rudimentary instruction in the doctrines of Christianity; a neophyte; in the primitive church, one officially recognized as a Christian, and admitt...
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catechumen

noun a new convert being taught the principles of Christianity by a catechist
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Catechumen

• (L. catechunenus, Gr. / instructed, from /. See) 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.
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catechumen

a person who receives instruction in the Christian religion in order to be baptized. According to the New Testament, the apostles instructed ...
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Catechumen

In ecclesiology, a catechumen (n; via Latin catechumenus from Greek κατηχούμενος katēkhoumenos, `one being instructed`, from κατά kata, `down` and ἦχος ēkhos, `sound`) is one receiving instruction from a catechist in the principles of the Christian religion with a view to baptism. The title and practice is most often u...
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catechumen

one undergoing instruction prior to conversion to Christianity
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Catechumen

One who is preparing for full initiation into the Catholic Church by engaging in formal study, reflection and prayer.
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