Visible sign of an invisible reality
(an experienced revelation of the holiness)
Sacraments of Initiation
Baptism, Eucharist, Confirmation
Prudence, Justice, Fortitude, Temperance
Common, non-ordained members of the Church (not part of the hierarchy)
Sacraments at the Service of Communion
Marriage, Holy Orders
Helps us see from God's perspective (Gift of the Spirit)
Sacraments of Healing
Anointing of the Sick, Reconciliation
You can be baptized more than once.
The Early Church initiated people AFTER they came to faith in Christ.
Baptism of Desire
Term for one who receives the graces of baptism without a formal baptism. (Done in case of emergency)
Part of the welcome ritual, signifies unity of the community.
Honorary title for a priest.
Term for being fully plunged in water during baptism.
Title for Holy Spirit, shows how He works on our behalf.
Bishop who overlooks multiple dioceses.
Branch of the Church that kept baptism and confirmation together. (Ancient tradition)
Term for those receiving Confirmation
Those called out (another name for the Church)
Type of council that brings the bishops together to address theological issues.
Mark on a person's soul that marks them permanently to the Church.
Sacraments bring about the desired spiritual effect.
Love, Faith, Hope
The Church's ordained members are part of this.
Belief that the Pope is never wrong about moral and faith.
Mark of the Church - Church should be UNITED.
Marks of the Church
One, Holy, Catholic, Apostolic
Humanity's inclination to sin.
Circumcision, Sacrifice, Baptism
Share and Reflect
Part of the welcome ritual of the Church to remind of heritage.
Descended upon the apostles at Pentecost
Symbol of Holy Spirit representing transformation and energy
Official rules and laws of the Church
Laying on of hands
Efficacious symbol in Confirmation symbolizing the passing on of the Holy Spirit.
Fruits of the Spirit
Perfections that the Holy Spirit forms in us as we live and grow in faith (love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control, modesty, chastity, long-suffering)
Penetrating intuition or insight into ourselves and others to help us work for peace.
Physical elements of the Sacraments
Everyone shares Christ's work of sanctification by virtue of baptism.
Sacrament strengthening and perfecting the graces of Baptism (Sacraments of Initiation)
Ministry of Christ (Church) which focuses on preaching the gospels.
Pope St. Gregory
Man who attempted to order the Gifts of the Spirit.
A priest's work in shepherding the laity towards God.
Visible sign of the Old Covenant
Teaching authority of the Church
Period of preparation before confirmation
Holiest of oils (used to anoint the sick and in baptism)
The key symbol that shows a person is truly joining the community
Non-efficacious symbol to symbolize purity
Council of Trent
Council which defined the 7 Sacraments and explained Confirmation.
Gift of the Spirit
Permanent disposition (habit, inclination) to attain sanctification (holiness).
Habitual and firm disposition (inclination) to do good
Branch of Catholicism that separates confirmation and baptism with the bishop.
The actions of the Sacraments
The Early Church's catechumenate emphasized this.
Extraordinary minister of baptism
Matter of baptism
"I baptize you in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit."
Helps the Catechumen/confirmandi (journeys in faith with confirmandi)
Non-efficacious symbol of baptism that points us to the light of Christ.
Hebrew term for the Holy Spirit
Name for the Holy Spirit meaning "He who is called to one's side"
Questions asked before anointing pointing towards the creed.
All the bishops are called to worked together.