A special gift of the Holy spirit that helps us build up the Church
"symbol of life"
"God is with us"
a symbol of the transforming energy of the HS
God's gift of friendship and life
Laying on the hands
a symbol of healing
A truth that is knowable but inexhaustible
advocate, defender, consoler
breath, life, wind air
the study of God
an appearance of God
Tongues of Fire
a symbol that the HS makes it possible for su to proclaim Christ Jesus
a symbol of both death and lfie
Scripture, Sacred Tradition, Prayer
3 ways the Holy Spirit is actively working in the Church/ world today
Body of Christ
The Church is the __________
Wisdom, Knowledge, Fortitude
3 gifts of the Holy Spirit
Discernment, Miracle Worker, Faith, Wisdom
4 charisms of the Holy Spirit (gifts that serve the church)
joy, gentleness, goodness, kindess
4 fruits of the Holy spirit
When was Vatican II?
Pope John XXII
Who called Vatican II?
"To renew the Pentecost"
The father was created and has no origin, the holy spirit proceeds from the father and the son and is the perfect expression of the father and son's divine love. they are co-equal
When did God the Father create the Holy spirit?
HS came down; Mary, apostles, women were praying for answers about JC; HS came down in the form of fire to give the apostles courage; the apostles proclaimed the news
What happened on the Pentecost?
the holy spirit
involves taking a deeper maeaning of faith and the mysteries of God's creation
respect we show to the Lord through praise and worship
fear of the lord
realizing the reality of sin in our lives and anything that might alienate us from God and others
the denial of faith
"one sent" to be Christ's ambassador
the official body of rules that provide good order for the Church
"belonging to the lord"
a movement that emphasizes what different groups have in common; not just their differences
"Those called out"
to bring the good news of JC to others
a false teaching that denies an essential truth of the church
something we acknowledge as true and existing but that we will never fully understand
a baptized Christian who believes in Christ but does not accept all the teachings of the Church
an outward sign of an invisible grace
a major break or split
to go to heaven and be with God
Our final goal in life
clergy, consecrated religious, laity
3 categories of membership in the Church
popes, bishops, deacons who have received Holy Orders
lead the church and earth and mediate b/w God and people
people who take evangelical vows and devote their lives of God and servce
baptized Christiaqns who are called ot do service and spread the word of God
one, holy, catholic, apostalic
4 marks of the Church
soruce of unity in the Church
the holy spirit living in the church
meaning "universal", describes the Christian community as one
the church continues in the faith of the apostles that christ sent forth to proclaim the gospel
"teaching without error"
if the pope approaches a situation, we believe God is going to inspire him on issues with faith and morals
we believe God is giving the pope "mental backup"
the "Prime Sacrament of God's Love"
God sent Christ outward to the world w/ an invisible identity representing the grace of God's love b/c he is god
why is Jesus the prime sacrament of God's love
yes if they live on good morals and values
Can a non-christian be saved?
largest protestant domination in America
prepared the Church for Jesus, guided Him to establishing it, carries it's presence remains in the body
message, community, service, worship
4 tasks/challenges of Church's mission as People of God
to spread to good deeds and news of Christ and God
to be one and active in the community and be loyal
serving others in need in order to make our live sbetter and make up for sin
humble admission to teaching others of God's greatness
major break b/w East & West Churches
Greek word for "People"
Greek word for "mystery"
St. Teresa of Avila
"Christ has no body on earth but yours"
a study of andteachings about the "last things"
the individuals judgment after death, when Christ will rule on one's eternal destiny
a serious violation of God's law of love that results in the loss of god's life
jesus christ's judgment of the living and the dead onthe last day when he comes to God's kingdom fully
genuine sorrow for sins
an offense against God through a violation of truth, reason, and conscience
eternal separation from God that results from a person dying after freely and deliberately choosing to act against God's will
a holy image
catholic devotion to saints involves this, mot worship
the most popular devotion to mary
bad habits or dispositions that turn us from the good and incline us to commit evil
communion of saints
the unity in Christ of all those he has redeemed
the church dogma that teaches that the Blessed Mother was taken directly to heaven when her earthly life was over
seeing God "face to face" in heave, the source of our eternal happiness
the state of purification that takes place after death for thos ewho need to be made clean and holy before meeting the all-holy God in heaven
sins that are the root of other sins and vices
the primary sacrament of forgiveness
a perfect life of supreme happiness with God and the communion of saints for all eternity
a prayer that pardons a repentant sinner
an official declaration that what appeared to be a Christian marriage never existed in the first place
"To plunge or immerse into water"
a successor to the apostles who govern the local church
thos receiving the sacraments of initiation who have already been baptized
official body of rules that provides for god order in the catholic church
an unbaptized person preparing to receive the Sacraments of Initiation
the state of being unmarried
perfumed oil used for anointing in several of the sacraments
inclination to sin
telling our sins to the priest
those to be confirmed
genuine sorrow for one's sins
third degree in the hierarchy of Holy Orders
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 JC
the strictly necessary portion of a sacrament
element needed for a valid marriage
God the Father
a season of intensified prayer, fasting, and almsgiving in preparatino of christ's resurrection and our redemption
public work of people
those newly received into the Church
differs w/ Catholicism b/c they claim the jurisdiction of the pope does not extend over the whole Church
the suffering, death, and resurrection of Jesus
that God lovingly forgives us, bringing peace of conscience and spiritual comfort
a visible sign of invisible grace
"to make holy"
the grace, or gift of God's friendship
that at the consecration the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ
pg 157 "in union with" they're in union with the pope/church but with cultural differences
Holy Communion received by a dying person
symbolizese the light of Christ
priest, bishop, deacon
ordinary ministers of baptism
extraordinary ministers of baptism
bishop, priest, deacon
ordinary ministers of eucharist
trained Eucharistic ministers or lay people
extraordinary ministers of Eucharist
ordinary minister of confirmation
extraordinary minister of confirmation
bride and bridegroom
ordinary ministers of matrimony
no one, because the bride and bridegroom are the ones making the vows to each other in intimate promise
extraordinary ministers of matriomny
ordinary minister of anointing of the sick
no one, because only they can help the sick connect with God and only priets can use oil
extraordinary minister of anointing of the sick
ordinary minister of holy orders
no one, because there has always been a line of bishops anointing dating back to peter
extraordinary ministers of holy orders
ordinary ministers of penance
no one, b/c the priests and bishops have taken special vows
extraordinary ministers of penance