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Ch. 17-20 Blue Question and Gifts of the Holy Spirit.
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What is Baptism?
Baptism is the Sacrament that makes us Christians, that is, followers of Jesus Christ, sons of god, and members of the Church.
What is the substance, or matter, that must be used in Baptism?
Water must be used in Baptism
What is the form of Baptism?
The form of Baptism is the following words: " I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. "
Who is the minister of Baptism?
the ordinary minister of Baptism is one who has received Holy Orders but, in case of necessity, anyone can baptize provided he has the intention of doing what the Church does.
How is Baptism given?
Baptism is given by immersing a person in water or pouring water on his head three times while saying "I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.
What effects does Baptism produce?
Baptism makes the baptized person a child of God and a member of the Church by removing Original Sin and any personal sin, bestowing the life of grace, marking the baptized person as belonging to Christ, and enabling him to receive the other Sacraments.
Why can Baptism be received only once?
Baptism can be received only once because it impresses a permanent spiritual mark, or character, on the soul, which distinguishes a person as Christ's own forever.
If Baptism is necessary for all men, is no one saved without Baptism?
Without Baptism no one can be saved. However, when it is impossible to receive the Sacrament of Baptism, the Baptism of blood, which is martyrdom for Jesus Christ of Baptism of desire, the desire for Baptism, brings about the benefits of the Sacrament of Baptism.
What are the duties of one who is baptized?
One who is baptized has the duties of following the teachings of Jesus Christ as found in his Church, including believing the Faith of the Church, receiving Sacraments, and obeying the Church's pastors.
What does one renounce when receiving Baptism?
When receiving Baptism, one renounces Satan and sin.
How do infants renounce the devil in their Baptism?
Infants renounce the devil in their Baptism by means of their parents and godparents.
Who are godparents in Baptism?
The godparents become spiritual parents who assume responsibility for the Christian education of their godchild if the parents should fail in the matter; hence the godparents should be good Christians.
What does sacred chrism signify?
Sacred chrism signifies the gift of the Holy Spirit and the baptized person's incorporation into Christ who is anointed priest, prophet, and King
What does the white garment signify?
The white garment signifies that we put on a new identity in Christ, one that is pure and radiant in hes grace.
What does the baptismal candle signify?
The baptismal candle signifies our receiving Christ who is the Light of the Would into our lives and his grace into our souls.
what is an exorcism?
AN exorcism is the casting out by the Church in the mane of Jesus of any evil spirit or evil oppression from the soul.
What is the Sacrament of Confirmation?
The Sacrament of Confirmation makes us more perfect Christians and soldiers of Christ by means of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit and the strengthening of his girts which we first receive at Baptism.
What is the matter of Confirmation?
The matter of Confimation is the laying on of hand and anoitning with sacred chrism.
What is the form of Confirmation?
The form of Confirmation is the following words: "Be sealed with the Gift of the Holy Spirit."
Who is the minister of Confirmation?
The ordinary minister of Confirmation is a bishop, although a priest may receive the special faculty to administer the Sacrament of Confirmation.
How does the bishop administer Confirmation?
The bishop administers Confirmation to the one being confirmed by anointing him with chrism on the forehead, which is done by the laying on of the hand and through the words: "Be sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit."
Who does Confirmation make us more perfect Christians?
Confirmation makes us more perfect Christian and witnesses of Jesus Christ by giving us an abundance of the holy Spirit, his great and his gifts, which confirm and strengthen us in faith and in the other virtues.
What does the anointing of the forehead in the form of a cross signify?
The anointing on the forehead in the form of a cross signifies that the confirmed person, as a brave witness of Jesus Christ, should not be ashamed of the Cross nor fear enemies of the Faith.
Who are the sponsers in Confirmation?
The sponsors should be good Christians in order to give good example and spiritual assistance to those who are confirmed.
What are the duties of one who is confirmed?
One who is confirmed has the duties of witnessing to and defending the Faith, and confirming to live his baptismal promises.
What are the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit?
The seven girts of the Holy Spirit are wisdom, understanding, counsel, fortitude, knowledge, piety, and fear of the Lord,
What are the twelve fruits of the Holy Spirit?
The twelve fruits of the Holy Spirit are charity, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, generosity, gentleness, faithfulness, modesty, self-control, and chastity.
Helps us to see that the world is only a temporary place for us, that heaven is out true home. It helps us to set our hearts on heaven and to order our lives according to God's will. It helps us to see things as God sees them.
Gives us an insight into the mysteries of faith and helps us to explain the Faith to others.
helps us to see everything in life in relation to God and eternity, to know him, the world he created, and his plan for men.
Helps us to make correct decisions about God's will for our lives.
Gives us the strength to be faithful to Christ even when it is difficult to do so.
Inspires us to worship God and to love him as our Father and to love our neighbor as ourselves.
Fear of the Lord
Shows us the evil of sin and helps us to desire to live in God's grace. It is also called "Wonder and awe" in God's presence becuase it reminds us that he is great and all powerful.
What is the matter of Confimation?
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