let the israelites go from egypt, recieved the commandments from god
1-3: god and 4-10: society
said their was going to be a virgin with a child
the incarnate word
jesus is god but a human to
symbol: shamrock, 3 persons in one god, eater is the most important feast because he made his promise come true, that he will rose from the dead
What is Mortal sin?
It is when a person is aware of the sin they are committing by continues to sin. Very serious
What is Venial sin?
It is when a person commits a sin unknowingly until after the fact. Not very serious
When is the Ascension?
It is 40 days after Easter
What is Pentecost? When is it?
It is the birthday of the church and it is 50 days after Easter.
Sacraments of Service
Holy orders and Matrimony
Sacraments of Healing
Anointing of the sick and Reconciliation
Sacraments of Initiation
Baptism, Conformation, and Eucharist
one of the first men known to believe in one God was
belief in one God is known as
the wife of abraham who gave birth to a son when she was very old was named
issac was the son of
she gave birth to twins
they are called by God to spread God's word but sometimes people don't want to listen to them
he was the father of twelve sons
after this man became an important man in Egypt, his entire family moved to Egypt
this great leader led the jews out of Egypt and through the desert toward the Promised Land; was the son of the hebrew slaves
the covenant which God renewed with the jews on Mount Sinai was symbolized in
the ancient jewish name for God is
the Promised Land in which jews settled is now called
the greatest hero of the jews who also became a great king
they are sometimes called the Sinai Covenant
the 10 commandments
the greatest king established the capital of his country in this city
known for his wealth and his wisdom, this king built a great and beautiful temple
the old testament can also properly be called
our female ancestors in faith are called matriarchs
our male ancestors in faith are called patriarchs
the miraculous journey from Egypt to the Promised Land was called the edxodus
joseph forgave his brothers who sold him into slavery
the jewish feast of Lights is called hanukah
the women and men who reminded the jews of God's love and pointed out injustices were called prophets
the sabbath, a day of rest and worship, became very important to the jews during their time in babylon
when the jews reached the Promised Land, they had to fight to gain control of it
it isn't really necessary to learn jewish history since none of us are jewish
the first four of the 10 Commandments tell us how we should relate to God
to "covet" means to dream about something
the jewish feast of Passover was celebrated in ancient times but not in modern times
symbol of the faith being passed on
special or symbolic action
sign of God's love
symbol of strength
symbol of life, especially God's life in us
symbol of new life
with this, the child is anointed as kings are anointed to show our relationship to christ
the first sacrament we receive
action which claims us for christ
tracing the sign of the cross on child's forehead
holy day celebrated by jesus
this means the bread and wine are really changed into christs body and blood
visible signs of the eucharist
bread and wine
eucharist belongs to this group of sacraments
time at mass when the bread and wine are changed
person who can change bread and wine to christ's body and blood
tell our sins
sacrament of healing
a break in our relationship with god and others
anointing of the sick
sacrament of healing
sacrament of initiation
an act to "make up" for something wrong
we confess to this person taking the place of jesus
you should not want another's wife or husband
what is the basic story of the resurrection found in all four gospels?
that the women return to th tomb on sunday to find that jesus' body is not there. they are afraid but then they are told by someone that there is nothing to fear, that jesus has been raised from the dead.then they go off to tell the others.
what is the doctrine of the Incarnation?
the doctrine of the incarnation was the understanding of the chrisitians knowingt hat jesus is christ, the anointed one, the messiah, and the son of god
define worldview and explain how you arrive at a worldview.
worldview is the outlook we have on the world and the way it influences us.
how is judaism related to chrisitanity?
by christianity emerging out of judaism because that is the religion of the jews and jesus was a jew. so if we learn about jesus we are learning about the jews to.
what is the law of moses and how does it relate to the covenant god made with the jewish people?
the law of moses is the description of israelites responsibilities. this relates to the covenant god made with the jews by it telling the israelites and the jews what god expected them to do when he is not present but still watching.
what was jesus' mission and how does the church carry it on?
jesus' mission was to proclaim the kingdom of god-to preach it as a reality that was coming and to live the kingdom in present. the church carrys it on by saying the lord's prayer
define spirituality and prayer. how do they relate to one another?
spirituality means becoming a fully alive, whole human being as we grow in our relationship with god; prayer means the awareness of god and the resopnse of our heart to god in all areas of life; they relate to one another by god being their when we grow up in the relationship we have with him. he helps us through the good times and bad
if the church loses it, the church will fall apart; christamas and easter
if the church loses it. the church will not be affected; sign of the cross and blessing one self with holy water
what was the purpose of jesus going to the desert and how long was he there? describe the temptations of the desert.
the purpose of going to the desert was he needed a extended time of prayer, fasting, and solitude on the desert wilderness. he was there for 40 days. jesus was tempted by the devil three times to give uo his complete dependence on god and accept the easy and attractive forms of power offered by the devil
define symbol and ritual.
symbol is an object that represents something else; ritual is an action that has a symbolic meaning
the three monotheistic religions are
islam, judaism, and chrisitanity
when many of the judahites were forced to march out six hundred miles to their place of exile in babylon
assumption of mary
when she rose up into heaven by god
assumption of jesus
when he rose up into heaven and meets with his father
# of books in the hebrew scriptures
# of books in the christian testament
official church teachings
doctrines being taught under the authority of the church
12 months of seasons and feasts that recall different aspects of jesus' life
2 major seasons of the liturgical season
easter season and christmas season
the heart of the liturgical year
2 essential parts of the eucharist
liturgy of the word and liturgy of the eucharist