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8th Grade Religion Test

Parts of the Mass
1. Introductory Rite
2. Liturgy of the Word
3. Liturgy of the Eucharist
Introductory Rite
We prepare to celebrate the Eucharist
Liturgy of the Word
We hear the story of Gods plan for salavation. We hear the Word of God.
Liturgy of the Eucharist
We celebrate the meal that Jesus insulted at the Last Supper and remember the sacrifice he made for us. We are united with Jesus and his sacrifice.
Sacrament of Initiation
Sacraments of Healing
Anointing of the Sick
Sacraments of Service
Holy Orders
Takes away original sin and makes us members of the church
Nourishes our life of faith. We receive the Body and Blood of Christ under the appearance of bread and wine
Seals our life of faith in Jesus. Like baptism it is only received once. It's sign is laying on the hands on a person's head and anointing with oil by Bishop
(Penance/Confession) we receive Gods forgiveness
Anointing of the Sick
Unites a sick persons suffering with those n Jesus
A baptized couple is united with each other as a sign of unity between Jesus and his church
Holy Orders
Men are ordained priests to be leaders of the community or deacons to be reminders of our baptismal call to serve others
Gifts of the Holy Spirit
1-Wisdom. 5-Courage
2-Understanding. 6-Reverence
3-Right Judgement. 7- Wonder and Awe
Fruits of the Holy Spirit
Love. Peace
Faithfulness. Patience
Joy. Self-Control
Chastity. Modesty
Kindness. Gentleness
Generosity. Goodness
Theological Virtues
The ability to believe in God and give your life to him
The desire for all of the good things God has planned for you
Leads you to love God above all things and your nieghbor as yourself, it is the way you thnk about God and act towards him
Ten Commandments
Rules God gave to Moses
Commandment 1
I am the Lord your God: you shall not have strange gods before me
Commandment 2
You shall not take the name of the Lord your god in vain
Commandment 3
Remember to keep holy the Lords Day (church every Sunday)
Commandment 4
Honor your father and mother
Commandment 5
You shall not kill
Commandment 6
You shall not commit adultery
Commandment 7
You shall not steal
Commandment 8
You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor
Commandment 9
You shall not covet your nieghbors wife
Commandment 10
You shall not covet your nieghbors goods
The Ordinary Minister of Confirmation
Who is the Holy Spirit
Is our advocate, 3rd person of the Holy Trinity, the Giver of Life
perfumed oil,consecrated by a bishop, that is used in the sacraments (Baptism, Confirmation, Holy Orders) Anointing the chrism signifies the call of the baptized to the threefold ministry of priest, prophet, and king
Statement or prayer listing religious beliefs. The Apostles Creed and the Nicene Creed are prayers that list Catholic religious beliefs
One who makes an appeal on behalf of another. Who exhorts, comforts, helps (Johns Gospel) explains how spirit continues Jesus's work after death
50th da after Easter. Holy Spirit came upon Jesus's followers to fill his promise. Birthday of church
Communion of Saints
Church inEarth who united with all who have died (Heaven/Hell). Most esteemed members of C.O.S. is Mary (Mother of Church/God)
Holy days of Obligation
1/1-Solemnity of Mary- We honor Mary
40th Day after Easter- Ascension- Jesus ascended into Heaven
11/1- All St.Day - We honor all saints in heaven
12/8- Immaculate Conception- Mary was free from sin (1st moment)
12/25- Christmas- We celebrate birth of Jesus
Works of Mercy
Corporal Works of Mercy
Spiritual Works of Mercy
Corporal Works of Mercy
Kind acts by which we help our nieghbors
"Feed the Hungry
Clothe the naked
Bury the dead
Give aims to the poor
Shelter the homeless
Visited the sick and imprisoned"
Spiritual Works of Mercy
Are acts of compassion that aim at people's emotional and spiritual needs.
Bear wrongs patiently"
Teachings of Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount. Jesus teaches is if we live according to the Beatitudes, we live a happy Christian life
Blessed are the poor in spirit, theirs is the kingdom of heaven
They rely on God for everything, they are not attached to money or possession. They share
Blessed are they who mourn, for they will be comforted
They mourn over sin and evil. They join the sorrow of anyone who is suffering
Blessed are the meek, for they swill inheiritance the land
They are gentle people who will treat others kindly. They are selfless and serve others.
Blessed are they who hunger add thirst for righteousness, for they wil be satisfied
They fight against sin evil and the fight to do good
Blessed are the merciful for they who shown mercy
They reach out to the suffering with compassion. They forgive others
Blessed are clean of heart for they will see god
They do gods will in everything. They are holy and chaste
Blessed are the peacemakers, for the will be called children of god
They are at peace with themselves, with others, and with God. The prevent arguments and settle disputes. They work for justice, which brings about peace
Blessed are they who are persecuted for the sake of right ones, for theirs is in the kingdom of heaven
They take a stand for truth and justice even when they are attached by others