Please help support the mission of New Advent and get the full contents of this website as an instant download. In the fourteenth chapter of the second book of his Retractations , Augustine makes the following statement: There is also a book of ours on the subject of the Catechising of the Uninstructed , [or, for Instructing the Unlearned, De Catechizandis Rudibus ], that being, indeed, the express title by which it is designated. In this book, where I have said, 'Neither did the angel , who, in company with other spirits who were his satellites, forsook in pride the obedience of God , and became the devil , do any hurt to God , but to himself; for God knows how to dispose of souls that leave Him:' it would be more appropriate to say, 'spirits that leave Him,' inasmuch as the question dealt with angels. This book commences in these terms: 'You have requested me, brother Deogratias.

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Skip to content Skip to search. Augustine ; translated and annotated by Joseph P. Published Westminster, MD. Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 1 of 4. Uniform Title De catechizandis rudibus. English Also Titled De catechizandis rudibus. Physical Description p. Series Ancient Christian writers ; no. Catechetics -- Early works to Catechetics -- Early church, ca. Catechetics Notes Translation of: De catechizandis rudibus.

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On the Catechising of the Uninstructed

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Catechizandis Rudibus

He did so at the request of Deogratias, a deacon at Carthage, who asked help from Augustine, who was a very talented instructor in the Faith. Deogratias would have known Augustine personally. People ever afterwards have been pleased that Deogratias asked, and that Augustine responded by writing a treatise of fifty-five chapters - what today would more likely be described as extended paragraphs. The written response by Augustine to Deogratias is described by Frans Van der Meer in his biography, Augustine the Bishop , as "the best thought of a great spirit in its simplest form.



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