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Unit 5 Reading Guide
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Faith is the ______ that God gives to every person to enable us to accept God's revealed truth and to be in union with him in our mind and heart.
____ is the surrendering of our whole selves-- mind, heart, and spirit-- to God's saving love. On the other hand, ____ is the practice of prayer, worship, and service, combined with the shared beliefs that result from surrendering ourselves to God's love.
The religious practices through which we express our faith include not only ____ and adoration of God, but also ____ and ____ offered on behalf of our neighbor.
Worship, Service, Sacrifice.
We act on our own gift of ____ when we willingly accept God's invitation to believe in Revelation, even when truths of Revelation do not make perfect sense to us.
When we are ____ to God in matters of faith, we listen carefully to his Word and then freely surrender our whole self-- intellect, personal will, heart, and mind-- to it because only God offers eternal truth, for he is Divine Truth.
It is possible to ____ the gift of faith if we do not attend to it, nourish it, and help it to grow.
When our own ____ is weak or struggling, the generations of faithful men and women who have gone before us can offer us ____ and encouragement. These models of faith include people from both Testaments of the ____, as well as the ____ and martyrs.
Faith, help, Bible, Saints.
"The ____ most perfectly embodies the obedience of faith"
____ shows us that even when our faith seriously falters, God's gracious mercy heals us, enabling us to trust in Revelation once again.
God initiates a relationship with us through ____; we respond through ____.
As ____ we accept with grateful hearts the gift of ____ that, through the power of the Holy Spirit, makes us adopted children of God and the Father and, therefore, brothers and sisters of Jesus and of one another.
To ____ means to proclaim our faith in Jesus Christ and the Good News of his life, Death, and Resurrection through words and deeds.
A ____ is a good habit, a continual and firm disposition to do good.
____ enables us to believe what God has revealed, and allows us to respond to Revelation by uniting ourselves to Christ as living members of his Body, the Church.
____ invites us to trust in the love of God the Father, the promises of Christ, and the grace of the Holy Spirit, especially when we feel discourages, abandoned, or disheartened.
____ asks that we follow the Greatest Commandment, loving God above all else and loving our neighbors as ourselves, out of our love for God.
Prayer is fundamentally a ____-- a personal, vital, and intimate ____ with the living God.
An ____ is a short prayer that one memorizes and simply repeats throughout the day, perhaps even while doing other things.
When we share in God's love and promise of salvation, we see that all of our needs can be addressed with prayers of ____. When we ask God for good things on behalf of other people, we are engaging in ____ prayer-- interceding with God for the needs of others.
When we engage regularly in the practice of the examen or a similar form of daily prayer, we will ____ spiritually and begin to see more with eyes of ____.
In this prayer, Jesus neatly summarizes the key elements of the ____ message: praise of God the Father's holy name, desire for the Kingdom, prayer that our needs will be met, and a plea for forgiveness.
In teaching us to pray in the words of the Lord's Prayer, Jesus invites us to share in a ____ relationship of intimacy and ____ as adopted sons and daughters through Baptism.
Praying the Lord's Prayer reminds us that as God's own adopted ____, we must ____ and ____ in a way that is worthy of this dignity.
Children, Speak, Act.
Jesus consciously made time for ____, often by getting up very early and finding a place where he could be alone.
In the Parable of the Pharisee and Tax Collector, Jesus teaches us how to approach ____ in prayer.
The reality is that all human beings ____. We all need the infinite ____ of God to flood our hearts and heal our souls.
Sacred Scripture on the Need for Prayer
As God's beloved ____, we know we can confidently approach God with our needs, desires, and concerns through prayer. But sometimes we find that prayer is ____.
Like the man who boldly knocks on a friend's door at midnight, asking for food, we can be ____ with God and share our needs, concerns, and problems with him anytime.
Even when our prayers seem to go ____, we will come to believe that God never fails to ____ us in out time of need, offering us gentle mercy and abundant compassion.
Participation in the ____ life of the Church is an essential aspect of the prayer life of a Catholic.
Saint Thomas Aquinas called the ____ the "Sacrament of sacraments." It unites us more fully with ____.
When we ____ our sins to a priest, we admit that we have harmed other people and damaged our bond with the Body of Christ, the Church. And when we receive the words of _____ from the priest, we are forgiven, healed, and welcomed back to our rightful place in loving relationship with God.
A prayer to Mary is really a prayer asking that she ____ that same prayer to God on our behalf.
Although Catholics worship God alone, we ____ Mary and the saints. To ____ means to show honor, respect, and devotion.
When we pray in her words (the Magnificat), we not only ____ Mary, we also stand in ____ with all those suffering people today who live in the hope that God will, one day, do "great things" for them.
As Jesus' own mother, Mary was among the first people to ____ in him and to follow him as a disciple.
We must remember that ____ was not a passive pawn in the hands of God. She was not a puppet whose every word and action God controlled; rather, it was Mary's ____ that led her to be the active, free choice to cooperate with God's plan for our salvation.
When the angel Gabriel appeared to Mary in the ____, she questioned him, seeking to understand how it could be possible for a virgin to have a child.
When we ____ in Jesus and in the saving power of his Death and Resurrection, we are strengthened to follow the example of his words and deeds.
In order to experience the ____ and forgiveness of God, we must first freely admit our own ____.
The Catechism uses the image of a ____ treating a patient to describe the way grace can heal our sin, once we have ____ it.
When we are truly in ____ with Jesus, we are attuned to his presence in the "least ones" and moved to serve them in his name.
The Church teachings that guide our efforts to create a more just and peaceful world are called ____.
Catholic School Teaching.
Seven key ____ have emerged as crucial elements of Catholic social teaching: life and dignity of the human person; call to family, community, and participation; rights and responsibilities; option for those who are poor and vulnerable; the dignity of work and the rights of workers; solidarity; care for God's creation.
As baptized Christians we have been given the ____ of sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ with all those we met.
Proclaiming the beauty and truth of Christ through our words and actions is called ____.
The ____ of our own faithful lives and the proclamation of the Good News that may not have any immediate effect on another person. However, we ____ that God is always at work.
Even in our earthly lives, we experience a degree of ____ with God through our participation in the ____ and through our efforts to follow a path of ____ by engaging in discipleship and prayer.
Union, Sacraments, Holiness.
____ in Jesus is our path to eternal life, assuring us that we will one day enjoy the company of the Blessed Trinity and all the angels and saints.
The ____ is the encounter with and sight of God in the glory of Heaven after we die.
There is a ____ reality of the Church that is clear to all, but there is also an ____, spiritual reality that is known only through the eyes of faith. This ____ reality is often described as the Mystical Body of Christ and as the ____ of Saints.
Visible, Invisible, Invisible, Communion.
The visible ____ of the Church includes hierarchical leaders, ordained ministers, members of religious orders, and the laity.
Although we often think of saints as only those people who have been officially ____, or recognized, as such by the Church, a saint is really anyone who is trying to live a holy and Christian life, through the grace of Christ.
Our bodily ____ has been a central truth of Christian faith from the beginning, being consistently proclaimed in every book of the New Testament and even in some books of the Old Testament.
Because Christians enter into the Death of Christ in ____, our physical death allows us to share in his glory of his Resurrection.
We need to remember our ____, the fact that we will not live on this earth forever. It helps us to know that mortal time is ____ and that we do not have forever to fulfill our earthly lives.
After death, all people will face divine judgement ____, in the Last Judgement and in each person's Particular Judgement.
Those who die in God's grace and friendship are perfectly ____ go immediately to Heaven.
By rejecting God's ____, we can condemn ourselves to separation from God for all eternity (in Hell).
____ is for souls ultimately destined for Heaven but who are not yet pure enough to enter it.
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