There is a cultural narrative that is catechizing our kids. The classical definition of catechesis is “to instruct orally.” Traditionally, catechesis in the Christian faith took place in the home and the church, with adults asking students a series of questions about the faith, to which they would memorize and recite answers. Regularity and repetition were employed to make the instruction effective. Today, as teens engage with media about 9 hours a day, they are being catechized through regularity and repetition into a series of cultural beliefs that result in behaviors. . . now and for the rest of their lives.

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Source: CPYU[/column]

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