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The term Catechism derives from the Greek word Katecheo (κατηχέω) which means to teach orally. In the early Church, Christian doctrines and precepts were instructed to the newly converted persons and it was considered a catechesis.

The commission for Catechism in the Archeparchy includes a priest as its chairman and erudite and committed religious and lay leaders as its members. Sensing the importance of the commission and the geographical distance of the parishes, a regional arrangement is provided in Malabar with a regional director and commission members.

Catechism Commission equip catechism teachers with seminar and training programme according to the need of the time and conduct courses and exams. The objective of this Micro Website is to put together catechetical news, resources, articles, and other materials that would help individuals and teachers to promote and teach Catechism.

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Pope: We must listen to Indigenous Peoples to address climate crisis

Pope Francis calls for the protection of indigenous peoples rights and highlights the crucial role of their fight against climate change.

Domus Catechesis Day 1: Kottayam Archdiocese

Welcome to Kottayam Archdiocese’s First day of Domus Catechesis

Domus Catechesis 2020 in the Archdiocese of Kottayam

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Holy Week Penitential Service in the Corona Season

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Holy Week Ceremonies and their Texts

വലിയ ആഴ്ചയിലെ തിരുക്കർമങ്ങളുടെ പ്രാർത്ഥനകളും ക്രമവും

Golden Jubilee Celebrations
Micro Website Launching Ceremony