the prayer that petitions God to send the Holy Spirit to transform the bread and wine offered at the Eucharistic liturgy into the body and blood of Jesus Christ.
means "public work" or "people's work"
refers to the Church's prayerful participation and celebration of God's work-our redemption and salvation
the grace, or gift of God's friendship, that heals fallen human nature and gives us a share in the divine life of the Blessed Trinity
A lasting effect of Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Orders that seals and configures the recipent to Christ in a special way
special symbols of God's love and important signs of grace and divine friendship
to communicate God's life to us
Why did Jesus give the sacraments to his Church?
an unbaptized person who is preparing to receive all of the sacraments of Christian initiation
a season of intensified prayer, fasting, and almsgiving in preparation of Christ's resurrection and our redemption at Easter
those newly received into the Church through the sacraments of initiation at the Easter vigil
"period of preparation"
the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
The distinct steps of four periods and three stages of initiating adults are found where?
Greek word for "to plunge" or "to immerse" into water
What is the origin of the word baptism?
that portion of the liturgical celebration of a sacrament that is strictly necessary in order for the sacrament to be valid
blessed by the bishop, this perfumed oil is used for anointing in the sacraments of the baptism, confirmation, and holy orders
represents cleansing, symbolizes death to an old life of sin and rebirth
represents healing and protection
"putting on Christ" and a symbol of purity, happiness, and a new identity of a union with the Lord
reminds us how Christ is the light of the world and that his followers should be Christ's light to others
sacrament that completes the sacramental grace of Baptism
"age of discretion"
When someone should receive the sacrament of Confirmatino
laying on the hands
the origin of Confirmation
the ordinary minister of Confirmation
"anointed" of Christ
the only Chrism the priest confirms with that has been blessed by a bishop
those to be confirmed
completes a person's Christian initiation
Greek word for "thanksgiving"
breaking of the bread
a symbol for sacrificing and sharing
emphasizes how we celebrate the Eucharist in the midst of the assembled Church
The Most Blessed Sacrament
words that means "to make holy"
the term used to describe what happens at the consecration of the bread and wine at MAss when their entire substance is turned into the entire substance of the Body and Blood of Christ.
Entrance and Greeting
a congregation standing and singing an appropriate song
to worship with a pure heart, we acknowledge our sinfulness adn ask for God's forgiveness
a prayer of praise and thanksgiving to the triune God is shared
the priest offers a prayer of supplication which recalls the mystery of salvation proper to the day or feast
the prayer is the heart of the eucharistic liturgy
introductory prayer that reminds us of our duty to thank the Father through Jesus Christ in the Holy Spirit
derived from Latin from the sending form in the dismissal rite
prepares for Christ's coming. it begins at the end of november and lasts for four sundays
the four-week season in the liturgical year that prepares for the coming of our Savior on Christmas
the three-day long liturgy that is the Church's most solemn celebration of the Paschal mystery
includes the Lord's prayer, the prayer for deliverance, peace, breaking of bread, etc.
sacred signs that resemble sacraments
religious images or paintings that are traditional among Eastern Christians
anointing of the sick
a sacrament of healing, administered by a priest to a baptized person, in which the Lord extends his loving, healing touch through the Church to those who are seriously ill or dying
a successor to the apostles who governs the local Church in a given diocese and governs in a worldwide Church in union with the pope and the college of bishops
the sacrament of holy orders
calls men to minister to us in Jesus' place
the sacrament of matrimony
helps married couples be Christ to each other and their families
sacrament of matrimony
a sacrament at the service of communion in which christ binds a man and woman into a permanent covenant of love and life adn bestows his graces on them to help them live as a community and as a loving family
sacrament of penance
a sacrament of healing through which Christ extends his forgiveness to sinners about reconciliation with God and the Church
the prayer by which a pirest, by the power given to the Church by Christ JEsus pardons a repentant sinner in the sacrament of Penance
heartfelt sorrow and aversion for sins commited along with the intention of sinning no more
holy communion received by dying persons to help them pass over to God in the afterlife
the last anointing before death
priests and bishops
the only people that can administer the sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick
the third degree in the hierarchy of Holy Orders (deacons)
ordained ministers who assist bishops and priests in the celebration of liturgy, distribute communion, etc.
priests or members of the order of the priesthood who are coworkers with the bishop and servants to God's people
the state of being unmarried that priests and other religious choose in order to dedicate their lives totally to Jesus Christ and God's people
Marriage should be a permanent, exclusive relationship
Jesus's views on marriage
the man and woman must commit to a lifelong covenant of love, be capable of sex, and be open to a family
What must a couple do to have TRUE CONSENT in marriage?
the bride and bridgroom
the ministers in the sacrament of matrimony
the family that lives out faith by a daily basis
an official church declaration that what appeared to be a christian marriage never existed in the first place
things necessary for being christian are: prayer, fasting, alms giving
conversation with god
giving up things
helping the poor with money, serviam, etc.
prayer, fasting, and alms giving
the three sine quanons