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The incarnaton means that jesus Christ the son of God became ----- to acomplish our salvation
Jesus' conception in marys womb began the --- existence of the son of God. His ----- existence is eternal- that is, without a beginning or an end
Jesus Christ the, the eternal son of God and the second divine person of the trinity, was always ---- before, during, and after his life on earth
Marys willingness to say yes to Gods gracious plan made our --- possible
Because Mary was to fulfill the absolutely unique role of carrying the eternal son of God into the world, God allowed her to be conceived without ---- this is known as the --- and it celebrates the day on which Mary was ---- in the womb of her mother, Saint Ann
Mary remained a ---- throughout her life, as a sign of her total dedication to serving God as the handmaid of the lord
When Mary died God did not allow her body to --- God brought her whole being body and soul into heaven. This event is celebrated as the solemnity of the --
Because the Old Testament figure of --- is female, the Catholic Church has often read the most beautiful texts on ----- in relation to Mary
The word is with God the father in --- for all eternity, along with the hoy spirit
Throughout the history of the ancient Israelites, God prepared humanity For the ultimate self-revelation, the ---- of the word- coming of his son and for the development of the church
Jesus ---- and did not replace, Gods law, given to the ancient Israelites. ----- means that Jesus perfected the law, revealed its ultimate meaning, and redeemed any sins people had committed against it
The --- brought humanity and God closer together than we would ever otherwise be able to be
The incarnation fulfills 2 unique roles. First, Jesus ---- God the father to us. Because he is the divine son of the father, Jesus is truly the human face of God among us. Second, Jesus is the one and only ---- between humanity and God
Human and divine
During our time on earth, we are profoundly united with God through our ----, through our sharing in the --- feast and through our participation in the other --- of the church
During our life after death, we will experience the ----- enjoying Gods presence and glory forever
Jesus' fully human life with all its joys and struggles ----- every part of our own lives
In his relationships with Martha, Mary, and Lazarus, Jesus experienced one of life's greatest joys: ----
Even as he lived on ----, Jesus remained at all times the son of God, the second divine person of the trinity
The ----- of Jesus is an important sign of his connection the descendants of Abraham, the people of the covenant. Jesus' circumcision also demonstrates his ---- to the law and his lifelong --- to live as an observant, faithful Jew.
Jesus was very familiar with the ---- of his people, for he had immersed himself in these ancient texts in his prayer and study. He frequently demonstrated his ---- of the Hebrew Scriptures
For example, when Jesus was talking with a group of ---- and --- , he emerged to the Hebrew stories of Jonah the prophet and Solomon the king
Although the Romans were officially ---- of the many different people they ruled, they also did not hesitate to put down ---- often with violence and cruelty
Official Roman religion, which Roman citizens were expected to practice, was based on the ---- as god
Jesus did not ---- in his faithfulness to his mission to begin the reign of God. This brought him into constant --- with both political and religious leaders
Christ was at all times one divine person with 2 natures. Christians call this the ----
In the early church, various ---- beliefs about Jesus were in popular circulation. These heresies included ----, which said that Jesus was a kind of in between creature, and nestorianism which said that in Jesus existed 2 separate persons
Because Jesus' divine and human natures cannot be separated, it was not only the --- Jesus who endured pain and agony for our redemption, it was also ---
The whole of Jesus' earthly life, including his emotions, friendships, values, and priorities, reveals--- to us in a unique and powerful way
Because of the hypo static Union, we can----God not only through Jesus' humanity but also through our own humanity. The hypostatic Union makes our joys and pains, our triumphs and struggles ----- God, for us and for all those with whom we share our lives
Practically speaking, believing in Jesus as our -----means that all the honor, glory, and reverence we offer to God the father are due to Jesus as well.
To buy back.
Jesus bought us back from sin and death
In the Roman world, a ransom was the price paid to buy the ---- of a Slave. The person who paid the ransom was known as a ------
Full of man
Promise of a redeemer
Offended by sin
Offended God Jesus is God and man
Jesus' death redeemed us from sin and death because of the -----
Because Jesus, as the second person of blessed trinity, fully ---- our human nature, he was able to ---- that nature through his suffering and death on the cross
In the Old Testament ---- celebrated Gods gift of the Torah, or the ----, to the people of Israel
Now in the New Testament, ----- takes on a new meaning: God gives the ---- to his apostles, the community soon to be known as the church.
The church was ---- to the world on the day of Pentecost, becoming Christ's ---- in the world
For us today, ---- lives and acts in and with his --- in ways that address our age
Jewish law was revealed
50 days after Passover
Christians were revealed
With the HS 50 days after Easter
Gradually the HS revealed to the early community of believers that the ----- is the true body of Christ whose mission is to continue Jesus' ---- in the world
After Jesus had inaugurated the church and all his work on earth was completed, the HS was sent to pour forth gifts upon the church so that she can continue Jesus' mission of announcing the ----- and making -----
The church is the means by which God accomplishes his goals for us, for it is the ----- of our souls that is the ultimate end and the ultimate goal of his great plan
The church is one: Christ's mission is to unite all people in himself; united with ------ through the church, we are also United with another
4 marks of the church
The church is holy: Despite the grave ---- of certain individuals in the church, the presence of Christ makes it possible for the church to continue to bring sanctifying ---- to the world
The church is Catholic:the church is ----- in 2 ways. First, Christ's ----- in the church makes her Catholic. Second, the church has a universal mission to the whole human race. The ----- of Jesus Christ for ---, not just a select few
The church is apostolic: with the help of the Holy Spirit, the church endeavors faithfully to and down the teaching of the ------ in every age and circumstance
When we participate in the sacraments, the Holy Spirit makes ---- present to us, and we enter into a closer ---- with Christ and one another
All 7 sacraments allow us to ---- Jesus' ongoing presence with his body, the church, which is both a ------ entity and a ----- entity
Through the sacraments, we experience the ------ presence of God in very ----, tangible ways
The sacraments, as symbols and rituals, actually put us in ----- with Gods power. The sacraments ---- us to bring the healing power of Jesus' ministry into our everyday lives and to --- in faith, through any struggle we may face.
Though Catholic sacramental celebrations are always led by a minister of the church in all sacraments, it is really ---- who sanctifies them
Jesus is uniquely present whenever we ----- the Eucharist, and the
-------, or mass, is the central liturgy of the church
Christ is present in the ---- of people when they pray ad sing at a Eucharistic liturgy
Christ works through the ---- to bring the saving power of his sacrificial death and resurrection into our lives
The church document sacred liturgy states that Christ is present in his ---- since it is he himself who speaks when the holy ---- are read during the mass in the liturgy of the word
Jesus is present in a ----, --- and ----- way in his body and blood once the bread and wine have been consecrated. The Catholic doctrine of the -------- means that the consecrated elements of the Eucharist still tastes and looks likes bread and wine, but they are truly body and blood of Jesus.
Jesus earned the title of ----, because he frequently taught the crowds of people who followed him from place to place.
Today church leaders are able to speak with ----, just as Jesus did, because the church is Christ's body.
The ---- of the magisterium, the official teaching voice of the Catholic Church that is made up of the pope and the bishops, includes all church doctrine-including ---- doctrine without which the truths necessary for salvation could not be preserved.
Our baptism makes us ---- of Christ's own body. As a result we share in Christ's mission as priest, prophet and King.
As the ----- of baptized people who bear the name of Christ, we participate in the ongoing------ of Christ to the world through the particular ----- to which God has called us
A ----- unique role is the one he plays in sacramental ministry, especially presiding at Eucharistic liturgies and celebrations of the sacrament of reconciliation
Laypeople who are called to ----- serve God through a loving self sacrificial relationship with their spouse and, if God wills that they become parents through raising, children. Other laypeople are called to a dedicated --- life which allows them the ---- to help their parents, siblings, and other family members and to engage in works of charity and justice.
The ----- is a permanent state of life that is marked by 3 lifelong commitments that are also called ----- commitment to poverty, commitment to chastity and commitment to obedience. Through the faithful ------- of those who live out the consecrated life, Christ, the compassion of God poured out for the life of the world, continues his work of -----
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