A celebration of the manifestation of God in human form; the manifestation of Jesus to the Gentiles or non-Jews.
Kingdom of God/Heaven
God's rule on earth, which was to bring the forgiveness of sins, the healing of the sick, and the establishment of a time of peace and joyful living for all.
The announcement by the angel Gabriel to the Virgen Mary that God wanted her to be the mother of the Savior, Jesus Christ.
The dredemptive Passion, Death, and Ressurection of Jesus Christ through which Jesus not only liberated us from sin, but also gave us new life through his Ressurection.
The rising of Jesus from the dead on the third day after his Death on the Cross- the core of our faith.
A truth about God and his saving plan that is beyond human understanding.
A figure of speech or statement that seems contradictory but actually contains a hidden truth.
A statement that hsows disrespect for God's name or sacred truths; a statement of gross irreverence.
Presentation in the Temple
A ritual observesd in the law of Moses that marked the end of forty days or purification for the mother after childbirth and completed the "redemption" of a firstborn son.
A first-century heresy that taught that Jesus only seemed to be human.
The teaching that God became flesh through the birth of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, and the child of the Virgin Mary.
The birth in Bethlehem of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, and of the Virgin Mary.
The glorious transformation of Jesus that manifested his divine identity for Peter, James, and John.
A word that means "Yahweh is Salvation," or "Savior."
The birth of Jesus Christ.
The inspired word of God; the written record of God's revelation known as the Bible to Christians.
Moral excellence and righteousness; a habitual preference for good.
Central truth of revelation that Catholics are obliged to believe.
Unveiling by which we come to know the mystery of God's plan.
Set of beliefs, values, and practices that binds believers in a relationship with God and a community of believers.
Trait of God that refers to his intimate union with and presence to creation and people/ "Jesus here on earth."
What type of Miracle is Matthew 9:18, 23-26?
R, Raising of the Dead
What type of Miracle is Mark 1:23-26?
What type of Miracle is Matthew 21:18-19?
What type of Miracle is Matthew 8:14-15?
H, Physical Healing
What type of Miracle is John 21:3-6?
Means Supremely Holy- Surpassing everything and everyone.
Means personal- Alive and the source of all life. God loves and cares beyond limit.
Defined as: all powerful; can do everything.
At the first ecumenical council in Nicaea he strongly defended the doctrine of the Trinity.
This important event, or theophany, confirmed for us the importance of the person Jesus.
An official gathering of the bishops of the world under the direction of the Pope.
A statement of belief- from the Latin credo, which means "I believe."
Came from the Council of Nicaea and outlines the essential beliefs of Christianity.
God's watchful guidance over us and all of creation.
Belief in one powerful and loving God.
Lourdes is a village in France where Mary appeared to _____ 18 times in 1858.
According to the Church, Mary remained a _____ throughout her life.
_____ is the quality of one being in the relationship between all three Persons.
A _____ is a special gift of the Holy Spirit, given to individuals for the building up of the _____.
Sign of the Cross
The _____ is a profession of faith in the Trinity made with words and gestures.
_____ is the study of the existence or attributes of God.
Mary appeared to Lucia, Jacinta, and Francisco at _____.
Catholic teaching by the Magisterium and Pope to be totally free of error is called _____.
God's revelation as a Trinity of Persons took place _____.
Mary is the first and greatest Christian _____.
Mary's initial yes to God came at the _____.
The feast of the _____ celebrates Mary's being taken, body and soul, into heaven.
Immaculate Conception, Sin
The feast of the _____ celebrates Mary's being preserved from _____.
Our Lady of Guadelope, Juan Diego
_____ appeared in 1531 to _____ asking him to build a church in Mexico.
_____ means "Mother of God" or "God Bearer."
December 8, August 15
The Church's 2 infallible statements are celebrated on _____ and _____.
Presentation of Mary
Anna and Joachim offered Mary to God in the Temple when she was 3 and this important event is where we get our name _____.
Mary learned she was to conceive a child by the Angel Gabriel is called _____.
The quality of esteem dand respect is known as _____.
_____ is a word that describes our responsibility to be stewards or caretakers of the world and its resources.
_____ is the Christian virtue of social charity and friendship.
The word "Baptism" comes from a word meaning to _____.
Because we are endowed with _____ and intelligence, we have the capacity to respond to God and others.
Working for the _____ helps to eradicate sinful inequalities taht plague the world today.
Jesus is the norm for waht it means to be fully _____.
_____ is the Greek word for repentance or a turning away from sin.
Original Holiness and Justice
The state in which Adam and Eve were born.
Turning from sin and avoiding sin.
A name St. Paul used to describe Jesus.
The fallen state of human nature into which all generations of people are born.
Birth into a new life in Christ.
A habitual, spiritual gift that makes us perfectly holy, and Christ-like.
An offense against God through a violation of truth, reason, and conscience.
The weakness or inclination in human beings to sin.
The Passion, Death, Resurrection, and Glorification of Jesus Christ.
Blessed are the _____, for they will be called children of God.
They Who Mourn
Blessed are _____, for they will be comforted.
The Pure of Heart/The Clean of Heart
Blessed are _____, for they will see God.
They Who are Persecuted
Blessed are _____, for the sake of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
Blessed are _____, for they will be shown mercy.
They Who Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness
Blessed are _____, for they will be satisfied.
Blessed are _____, for they will inherit the land.
Poor in Spirit
Blessed are _____, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
Explain how Jesus' presence defined the Trinity and include the "relationship" in your response.
Jesus' presence defined the Trinity. His presence defined the Trinitiy because through his relationship with us we see God the Son. So, by knowing God the Son, we begin to get to know God the Father. Later, we learn about the Holy Spirit as she is slowly revealed. So through our relationship with God we begin to understand that there are three persons in one God. Although, it is still a mystery.
A title the Magi gave to Jesus and one for which he was condemned.
A heresy denying Christ's divinity.
A heresy that taught Christ exists as 2 persons- the man Jesus and the divine Son of God.
One who protects from present or future danger.
One who offers sacrifice; a mediator between God and Humankind.
The teaching authority of the Church.
A heresy that declared that Jesus only seemed to be human.
A title that means "anointed one."
An obstinate denial of truth to be believed.
Teacherl; one respected and admired.
A title of Mary that means "God-bearer."
A title of identifying Jesus with Yahweh God.
Something that points beyond itself to something else.
One who represents or speaks for God.
Defended orthodoxy against Gnostic beliefs.
Term for Jesus used by his followers.
Expected Jesus to be a military leader.
Language of many of the symbols for Jesus.
"God with us."
Expected Jesus to be a Spiritual Leader.
means "God Saves."
Greek word for Christ meaning "Messiah."
Study of nature, person and works of Jesus.
Reign of Jesus
Rule of gentleness, compassion, and love.
Pope Leo the Great
Fought the heresy Monophysitism.