The domes on eastern churches, are built to represent____________.
giving out the bread and the wine
As Christianity spread throughout the world, it adapted to the local culture. However, which part of the mass never changed all over the world for 2,000 years?
God's plan for our salvation through the Passion, death, Resurrection, and Ascension of Jesus Christ
forgive from their sins
A person receiving the Eucharist must do so in the state of grace. If they are not in this state, what must they do first BEFORE going to Communion.
What did the stain glass in early churches represent? ss
Early church services occurred......where?
Why do we celebrate mass on Sunday?
Gothic cathedrals, with their high arches and spires, symbolized God as light and celebrated _________. A. man's desire to go to heaven B. man's belief in the Trinity C. God's order and perfection D. God's love of art
How do infants in Eastern Rite Catholic churches receive First Eucharist? A. by hearing the words of consecration B. by having a drop of consecrated wine C. by eating the consecrated bread dipped in consecrated wine D. by eating the consecrated bread
When a person receives the Eucharist, he or she is more fully united to Christ and is _______ and protected from grave sin. A. happy forever B. one with the apostles C. hungry no more D. forgiven venial sin
Walls in Eastern churches were decorated with ______. A. flowers and wreaths B. statues and banners C. paintings and sculptures D. icons and mosaics
• The two theological issues that led to the division were the papacy and the ________________________.
• The Western Church enjoys music such as the Gregorian chant, which is sung in ______________.
• During the Fourth __________ western Christians attacked Constantinople.
• All early churched shared the same faith, traditions, liturgy, and ________.
• Eastern Catholics see God as transcendent, or beyond the _______ world.
• In 1054, a papal ambassador excommunicated the patriarch of ______________.
• For Western Churches, images of God and the _______ are important.
• The Western Church emphasized the divinity of ______________.
• Islamic influence led to the use of fewer images of _____ in Eastern Churches.
• The Eastern Church believed that all _______ succeed Peter and thus no one of them can rule over the entire church.
• The Romanesque churches evolved into__________ Churches.
• Instead of basilicas, now, it changed into __________ churches.
• All the chairs face the _______.
• A __________, of the martyr was buried beneath the altar.
• The first church buildings were _________. WESTERN
• The Eastern churches usually have a dome that symbolizes _______.
• The Eastern Church-Emperor Constantine moved his capital from _______ to Constantinople.
• Saint Therese of Lisieux was called __________ of the Church my Pope John Paul II and she made "the little way"
• The emperor __________ established Christianity as the official religion of the Roman Empire.
• The word "Church" means ____________.
• Emperor _____________ legalized Christianity.
• Paul was concerned because many ___________ were disagreeing with one another and forgetting the community's mission.
• Pope John XXIII assembled _____________.
• Pope Pius IX assembled __________________,.
• The Jewish group, ___________, strictly followed the Mosaic Law.
John Paul II
• Pope ____________ was the 263rd successor of Peter.
• Jesus' early followers were ______________.
The Western Church and the Eastern Church became physically separated due to __________. A. Germanic invasions and Islamic conquests B. agreements made between leaders C. floods in southern Italy and Greece D. a great land shift
God the father did not create everything
The Patriarchs of the Eastern Church protested using the word filioque in the Creed because they said it suggest that _____.
What was the Byzantine Empire's capital and the center of the Eastern Church?
temple of the Holy Spirit
The church is a ________, who is the source of all unity and diversity in the Church.
In order to unite God's law with civil authority, Pope Leo III _______. A. excommunicated Arius B. became the king of Europe C. crowned Charlemagne emperor D. moved the papacy to Constantinople
what is the Eastern Church? immanent or transcendent
the United Nations
Where did Pope Paul VI visit to call all countries to work toward unity?
the divinity of Jesus
The Western Church added the Latin word filioque to the Creed to emphasize ____________.
______________ wrote a Eucharistic prayer in his Church Order.
Emphasis was placed on the _______ at the Western Church Masses.
The eucharistic liturgy of the Eastern Church appealed ti a person's ________.