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Arts and Humanities
Unit 3 : Sacraments - 6th Grade
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the forgiveness we receive from God
through the priest in the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation. ___________ places us in a state of grace
and prepares us to receive other sacraments.
the table in the church on which the priest celebrates Mass, where the sacrifice of Christ on the Cross is made present in the Sacrament of the Eucharist. The ______ represents two aspects of the mystery of the Eucharist. It is the place where Jesus Christ offers himself for our sins and where he gives us himself in the Eucharist as food for eternal life.
Anointing of the Sick
one of the seven sacraments. In this sacrament a seriously ill person is anointed with holy oil and receives the strength, peace, and courage to overcome the difficulties associated with illness. Through this sacrament, Jesus brings the sick person spiritual healing and forgiveness of sins. If it is God's will, healing of the body is given as well.
the first of the seven sacraments. ___________
frees us from Original Sin and is necessary for Salvation. Baptism gives us new life in Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit. The celebration of Baptism consists of immersing a person in water while declaring that the person is baptized in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
the water vessel where the Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated. The ________________ may be located in a separate baptistry, near the entrance of the church, or in the midst of the community.
the Eucharist that has been consecrated by the priest at Mass. It is kept in the tabernacle to adore and to be taken to those who are sick.
a perfumed oil, consecrated by a bishop, that
is used in the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Orders. Anointing with __________ signifies the call of the baptized to the threefold ministry of priest, prophet, and king.
the sacrament that completes the grace we receive in Baptism. It seals, or confirms, this grace through the seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit that we receive as part of __________. This sacrament also makes us better able to participate in worship and the apostolic life of the Church.
the sorrow we feel when we know that we have sinned, followed by the decision not to sin again. ___________ is the most important act of the penitent preparing to celebrate the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation.
the sacrament in which we give thanks to
God for the Body and Blood of Christ. The ________ nourishes our life of faith. We receive the Body and Blood of Christ in the consecrated Bread and Wine.
the gift of God, given to us without our meriting it. __________ is the Holy Spirit alive in us, helping us live our Christian vocation. __________ helps us live as God wants us to live.
the third Person of the Trinity, who is sent to us as our helper and, through Baptism and Confirmation, fills us with God's life. Together with the Father and the Son, the ____________ brings the divine plan of Salvation to completion.
a solemn agreement between a woman and a man to be partners for life, for their own good and for bringing up children. Marriage is a sacrament when the agreement is properly made between baptized Christians.
the turning away from sin with a desire to change our life and live more closely the way God wants us to live. We express our ____________ externally by praying, fasting, and helping those who are poor. ___________ is also the name of the action that the priest asks us to take or the prayers that he asks us to pray after he absolves us in the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation.
Penance and Reconciliation, Sacrament of
the sacrament in which we celebrate God's forgiveness of sin and our reconciliation with God and the Church. This sacrament includes sorrow for the sins we have committed, confession of sins, absolution by the priest, and doing the penance that shows our willingness to amend our ways.
holy, visible signs that signify a divine reality. Through the ____________, Christ acts in us to save us. Grace received through the Holy Spirit enables us to carry out our mission as disciples.
Sacraments at the Service of Communion
the Sacraments of Holy Orders and Matrimony. These two sacraments contribute to the personal Salvation of individuals by giving them a special way to serve others.
Sacraments of Healing
the Sacraments of Penance and Reconciliation and Anointing of the Sick, by which the Church continues Jesus' healing ministry of body and soul.
Sacraments of Initiation
the sacraments that are the foundation of our Christian life. We are born anew in Baptism, strengthened by Confirmation, and receive in the Eucharist the food of eternal life. By means of these sacraments, we receive an increasing measure of the divine life and advance toward the perfection of charity.
the container in which the Blessed Sacrament is kept so that Holy Communion can be taken to those who are sick and dying. It is also the name of the tent sanctuary in which the Israelites kept the Ark of the Covenant from the time of the Exodus to the construction of Solomon's Temple.
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