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Catechetical Methodology: Scriptural Catechesis
The presentation of doctrine must be biblical and liturgical. In the fourth article in this series we wrote about how to ensure that the presentation of doctrine be liturgical. This fifth article forms a diptych with the fourth (a second half hinged to the first), that is, the presentation of doctrine must also be scriptural. Scripture and Tradition - of which liturgy forms a major part - are the two panels of the diptych that are distinct but should not be separated.