a name for Jesus that means "God is with us." This is the name given to Jesus as foretold in the Old Testament
the Nativity of Jesus is the story of our Savior's birth in Bethlehem. Two different accounts of the Nativity are given in the New Testament, one in the Gospel of Matthew, the other in the Gospel of Luke
the feast that celebrates the mystery of Christ's manifestation as the Savior of the world.
a follower of Jesus. The word means "learner."
Kingdom of God
proclaimed by Jesus and began in his Life, Death, and Resurrection. It refers to the process of the Father's reconciling and renewing all things through his Son, to the fact of his will being done on earth as it is in Heaven. The process has begun with Jesus and will be perfectly completed at the end of time
the mystery from Christ's life in which God's glory shone through and transformed Jesus' physical appearance while he was in the company of the Old Testament prophets Moses and Elijah. Peter, James, and John witnessed this event
Christ's work of redemption, accomplished principally by his Passion, Death, Resurrection and glorious Ascension. This mystery is commemorated and made present through the sacraments, especially the Eucharist.