Excerpt from Church Teaching for the Children of the Church
It contains simple questions which are within the comprehension of the youngest, and then are enlarged and amplified with the assistance of Scripture texts, so as to be sufficiently advanced for almost any child who attends school.
The Rector or Superintendent in catechising his children addresses himself therefore to the entire school, and not to a few who may chance to be in the same book. This advantage will enable him to inter est the whole school at once, which he cannot do ac cording to the accustomed use.
This, together with the fact that the truth which is taught is in absolute conformity with the teaching of the Church, in the order of the ecclesiastical year, will.
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