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La pedagogía de Dios, 1a Parte

Authored by Dr. Petroc Willey in Issue #30.2 of The Sower
En el núcleo mismo del documento más reciente sobre la catequesis de la Iglesia Universal, el Directorio General para la catequesis (DGC), publicado en 1997, está el concepto de ‘la pedagogía de Dios’. ¿Qué significa esta frase, y porqué tiene tanta importancia?[i] Veremos que da la clave para comprender la naturaleza y el carácter específicos de la catequesis de acuerdo a lamente y al corazón de la Iglesia, y especialmente para conectar el contenido de lo que se enseña al cómo se enseña, y para unir el trabajo del catequista a la obra de la Santísima Trinidad en la catequesis. La ‘pedagogía de Dios’ no es tanto una teoría de la educación o siquiera un conjunto de principios para guiarnos. Más bien, esta sección central del Directorio nos recuerda enfocar la acción y la obra de Dios quien es el Pedagogo, formando y transformando a quienes enseñamos, atrayéndolos hacia Sí por medio de une especie única de disciplina educativa. Este artículo expone la enseñanza del DGC (137-147) sobre esta área para resaltar los rasgos principales de la pedagogía de Dios. Dios es el Pedagogo, y catequizamos atentos a sus designios.

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