← Penance and the Eucharist Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All Why do we feel a special peace after going to confession? Because of the certainty that our sins are forgiven and that we are right with God. What is virtue of penance? Virtue by which we are moved to detest sins from a motive made known by faith and with purpose of obeying God. Sacrament of Penance Sacrament by which sins committed after baptism are forgiven through the absolution of a priest. When did CHrist institute the sacrament of penance? After he resurrected. Why is penance a very logical sacrament for Jesus to Create? Because he knew we would forget our baptism promises and commit grave sin after baptism. How does the priest recieve the power to forgive sins? It is passed on thru Holy Orders. What is jurisdiction? Permission by the bishop to hear confession. WHere is a priest allowed to hear confessions? In his own diocese or in another diocese if he has permission. Why do we say confession is like court? We accuse ourself of sins and priest finds us guilty and forgives us. What two things does confession do for a person who has commited a mortal sin? Forgives, and Reunites us to God by way of sanctifying grace being restored. What does confession do for a person who does not have a mortal sin on his soul? Washes away eternal punishment. What does penance wash away after confessing a mortal punishment? Washes away eternal punishment. What is temporal punishment? The debt we owe to God after they are forgiven in reparation for sins. In what way is sorrow connected with forgiveness of temporal punishment? To be truly sorry means you have to be willing to make up for what you did. Meritorious Work every good work that we perform in the state of grace and with love for God. Why is meritorious work impt? Gets us more grace. What is the impact of mortal sin on our meritorious work? Puts accumulated grace back into our soul. 5 results of sacrament of reconciliation: 1. Increase of sanctifying grace 2. forgiveness of sins 3. restoration of merit work 4. grace for temptation 5. eternal _____________? Why is it a good idea to go to confession to the same priest? Because he can give us spiritual direction. Synonym for Charity Love Who is the only person we can compare ourselves to? Jesus because he is the pattern for our life. Synonym for Contrition sorrow What is definition of contrition given by the Council of Trent? Sorrow of heart and hatred for sin with resolve to sin no more. Perfect contrition Sorrow for sins because we have hurt God. Imperfect Contrition Fear of not going to Heaven. Perfect contrition forgives mortal sin instantly, as long as we have something else in mind, what is it? To make sure you go to confession before receiving communion. Why is baptism the most necessary sacrament? Because it makes us children of God and we can't get to Heaven without it. What makes the Eucharist different from all other sacraments? You receive the most grace from God and when you receive sacrament you receive Christ directly which means you receive grace directly and all the other sacraments are instruments of getting grace. When does the sacrament of the Eucharist happen in Mass? At the consecration. What term do we use to describe the miracle of changing the bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ? Transubstantiation What is the difference between the Eucharist and communion? Eucharist is a sacrament and receiving Eucharist is called communion. What two miracles did Jesus do the evening before He promised the Eucharist? 1. Miracle of loaves and fishes 2. Walking on water intended to increase apostles' faith What is the point of miracles? To strengthen our faith and help us prepare for future struggles. Where did Jesus make the promise to feed us on his body and blood? Synagogue at Caparnaum . Jesus led the disciples who did not like the idea of his body and blood as food leave. Why does this support the fact that Jesus mean this literally and not as a symbol? Because if he had meant it as a symbol he would have called them back to re-explain what he meant. How long before his death did Jesus make this promise? 1 year When did Jesus institute the Sacrament of the Eucharist? Last Supper When Protestan theologians refer to the passage in which Jesus says, "This is my Body" and "This is my Blood", how do they interpret it? They think of it as a symbol, and that it is problematic because they do not know how to explain it. Why would Jesus avoid figurative language in the setting of the Last Supper? To avoid confusion of his meaning. What reaction of the Apostles also proves that Jesus meant what He said? They took what he said literally, and relayed the same information to early Christians. Jesus explains many things to the Apostles when they misunderstand Him. How does this relate to the Eucharist and the Real Presence? The belief of the Real presence has been passed down and if it had been something different, Jesus would have gone to great lengths to correct them.