Definition of mystagogy in English:

mystagogy

noun

  • See mystagogue

    • ‘These characteristics must be recognized as such in an iconic mystagogy.’
    • ‘It is also here that he is most Catholic, by centering his proposal in sacramental theology and a robust mystagogy.’
    • ‘They cannot be rightly understood except by persons who undergo a kind of mystagogy, enabling them to glimpse the transcendent through concepts derived from finite things.’
    • ‘It offers an evocative mystagogy that seeks nothing less than to lead the attentive reader deeper into the mystery of God.’
    • ‘But there are problems with Ambrose's mystagogy.’

Pronunciation

mystagogy

/ˈmɪstəɡɒdʒi/