Catechumĕni


Catechumĕni

Catechumĕni, so v.w. Katechumenen.


Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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  • MYSTERIUM — Graeca vox, paganis olim frequens, nec Scripturis Patribusque ignota. Origo nominis Hebraica, satar enim eccultare est: Mistar, aut Mister est res obscondita, secretum. Graeci Grammatici etymon varie explicant, Μυεῖν est arcanam doctrinam tradere …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • COMPETENTES — in prisca Ecclesia dicti sunt Catechumenorum ii, qui iam eruditi ac instructi in capitibus Christianae Religionis, ad Baptismum admitti postulabant: quod una et simul Baptismum peterent idque temporis, quô is conferri solebat, Sabbathum nempe,… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • DESIDERATA — I. DESIDERATA in Gloss. Lat. Gr. λειτουργία, τελετὴ, Scalig. et Casaub. est, initiatio in Christianismo, i. e. Baptismo; imprimis vero S. Eucharistia, teletarum teleta, sacramentorum sacramentum: de quo peculiariter usurpari verbum desiderare,… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Insufflation — (Latin insufflatio blowing on or into ) is the practice of inhaling substances into a body cavity. Insufflation has limited medical use, but is a common route of administration with many respiratory drugs used to treat conditions in the lungs… …   Wikipedia

  • Eulogia — The term eulogia, Greek for a blessing , has been applied in ecclesiastical usage to the object blessed. HistoryIt was occasionally used in early times to signify the Holy Eucharist, and in this sense is especially frequent in the writings of St …   Wikipedia

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  • Messe [1] — Messe (v. lat. Missa), 1) sonst der gesammte öffentliche Gottesdienst der Christen, welcher unter Anleitung eines Liturgen, meist des Bischofs selbst, u. unter Beistand mehrer Altardiener (der Ältesten u. Diakonen) in Gegenwart der versammelten… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Catechumen — • In the early Church, was the name applied to one who had not yet been initiated into the sacred mysteries, but was undergoing a course of preparation for that purpose Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Catechumen     Catechumen …   Catholic encyclopedia