← Religion 2 part 2 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- sexual addiction
- language of love
- ordinatio sacerdotalis
- church discipline
- a the condition of being free
- b An apostolic letter written by John Paul II in 1994 regarding the reservation of the priesthood to men alone.
- c generally speaking, the words that speak truth and compassion. Specifically regarding the body, the truth and totality of self communicated through the body in sexual intercourse.
- d A practice or norm created by the Church that is firm and should be followed, but could be changed by the Church in the future. Examples are abstaining from meat on Fridays during Lent, needing to be sixteen years old to be a confirmation sponsor, and priestly celibacy. This is different than Church doctrine (teaching) which is unchanging.
- e a compulsive and frequent habit of seeking sexual pleasures
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- doctrine that society should be governed by certain ethical principals that are part of nature and as such can be understood by reason
- The scriptural imagery using the earthly understanding of marriage to convey the power and fidelity of God's love for humans and Christ's love for the Church
- Women celibates who generally live in convents and dedicate themselves to active ministry wherever there is a need.
- the particular occupation for which you are trained
- a disposition to kindness and compassion
5 True/False Questions
ethos of seeing → the responsibility that every artist has to represent persons with dignity, especially through the depiction of the human body in artistic form.
tabernacle → (Judaism) a portable sanctuary in which the Jews carried the Ark of the Covenant on their exodus
objective truth → Reality as it is, apart from what we think or feel about it.
free will → sexual intercourse between individuals who are not married to one another
faithful love → love that is committed. That commitment guides all other actions. You keep your promises once you have made them, no matter how your feelings may change.