Religion Final Exam Study Guide
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a life of happiness with God forever
the true presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist
Jesus' return in all his glory to his Father in heaven
the suffering, death, Resurrection, and Ascension
an effective sign given to us by Jesus Christ through which we share in God's life
the grace that we receive in the sacraments
the official public prayer of the Church
to make holy
a process of formation for the Sacraments of Christian Initiation that includes prayer and liturgy, religious instruction based on Scripture and Tradition, and service to others
adults and older children of age who have entered the catechumenate and are participating in the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
the bishop, the priest, or deacon who celebrates a sacrament for and with the community
perfumed oil blessed by a bishop
a local area of the Church led by a bishop
those preparing for a sacrament
a Catholic who is at least 16 years of age, has received the Sacraments of Initiation, is an example of Christian living, is respected by the candidate, and is involved in the candidate's preparation for Confirmation and will help him/her to grow in faith
a word that means 'of or relating to the Passover"
the celebration of the Eucharist
turning back to God with all one's hart
less serious sin that weakens our friendship with God bout does not turn us completely away from him
very serious sin that turns us completely away from God because it is a choice we freely make to do something that we know is seriously wrong
our ability to know the difference between good and evil, right and wrong
a gift from God that enables us to love him and to love our neighbor
a man ordained to share in Christ's mission by assisting bishops and priests in the service of the Church
a man who is ordained to preach the Gospel and serve the faithful, especially by celebrating the Eucharist and other sacraments
a man who has received the fullness of the Sacrament of Holy Orders and continues the Apostles' mission of leadership and service
a call to a way of life
our call from God to holiness and to evangelization
poverty, chastity, and obidience
the name that we give to the body of laws that govern the Church
deliberate and free promises made to God
the state of those who have chosen to remain single, promising to devote themselves to the work of God and the Church for the sake of the Kingdom
suffer and die
What did Jesus know his mission of salvation wold require him to do?
Which apostle said to Jesus, 'You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God?"
through his life, death, and rising from the dead, Jesus would save all people from sin and the power that sin has over humanity, and save them fullness of life with God
What was the promise that Jesus fulfilled?
Judaism, Christianity, Islam
What three major religions celebrate Jerusalem as their spiritual home?
When were the Apostles empowered with the Holy Spirit?
In the early Church, what was the Eucharist known as?
to live as Jesus did, serving others, and inviting them to hear the good news of slavation
What does the Eucharist, the presence of Christ, help us to do?
to carry on the work of salvation and liberation that he had begun
After the resurrection of Jesus, what were the Apostles commissioned to do?
Explain what is meant by the Paschal Mystery.
God's outreach to us-God reaching out, inviting us to share in his life and love, and helping us to see in all things
What does God's gift of faith help us recognize?
Over time what did the Church recognize as powerful sign of the risen Christ made present in the community through the power of the Holy Spirit?
God present in our lives
What are the sacraments a sign of?
A. to sanctify us,or make us holy
B. to build up the Church as the Body of Christ
C. to offer worship to God
List the three fold purpose of the sacraments.
a commitment to live according to the grace of each sacrament
What is one of the dispositions that is required of Catholics?
What do we celebrate during the season of Easter?
we are freed from sin both original and personal
What happens in the sacrament of Baptism?
we become part of the body of Christ and are united with all those who have been baptized in Christ
Through Baptism we become part of the family of God, joined to Jesus, and filled with the holy Spirit. What else do we become part of?
new life in Christ and the universal call to holiness and purity, white symbolizes the purity of Christ
What does the white garment in Baptism symbolize?
a sign of light and goodness of Christ and the light of faith shinning in the newly baptized
What does the white candle in Baptism symbolize?
Jesus told the apostles he would not leave them alone. He promised to send who to guide and help them?
How many days after Easter is Pentecost?
It was a powerful sign of God's blessing, and by it authority and grace were given in God's name.
The newly baptized received the strengthening power of the Holy Spirit when the Apostles placed their hands on them. What is the importance of laying on of hands?
confirmation-"confirmes baptism and strengthens baptismal grace".
What does the sacraments of confirmation do for us?
A. Introductory Rites
B. Liturgy of the word
C. Liturgy of the Eucharist
List the four main parts of the Mass.
by the power of the Holy Spirit and the words and actions of the priest.
How does the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ?
Baptism, Confirmation, and Euchrist
What 3 sacraments make up the Sacraments of Initiation?
The Blood of Jesus Christ
What was the new convenant between God and his people sealed with?
Contrition, confession, penance, absolution
What is the procedure for receiving the sacrament of Penance?
The prayer of Faith, The Laying on of Hands, The Anointing with Oil.
What are the 3 main parts of the anointing of the sick?
"food for the journey" Eucharist in the last hours of life
What is Viaticum?
Sacraments of Penance, Anointing of the Sick and the Eucharist
What are the "Last Saccarments?"
suffering and death are temporary experiences on the path toward eternal happiness with God.
What does Jesus help us to recognize through the Anointing of the Sick?
penance and anointing of the sick
What are the sacraments of healing?
the sacrament of matriomny
In the sacrament of matrimony what do the bride and groom confer on each other?
Christ's love for the church
What is the marriage covenant modeled after?
sacraments of service to the community
Through Holy Orders, how does a deacon share in Christ's mission?
to preach the gospel and serve the faithful especially the celebration of the Eucharist
What is the role of a priest?
fullness of the sacrament of Holy Orders and the apostles mission of leadership and service.
What does the bishop receive and continue?
sacraments of service to the community
Matrimony and Holy Orders are called what?
priests, bishops, and decons
What is the ordained ministry?
A. religious priests are members of a particular order such as Fancciscan or Dominican
B. diocesan priest are ordained by the bishop of a diocese and serve that diocese
What are the 2 different types of priests?
All Catholics begin their lives as what?
You have learned all 7 sacraments. Choose 2 and explain how they are alike (2 examples) and how they are different (2 examples)
Reflecting on the sacraments you have already received; which do you feel has made the greatest difference in your life. Explain.
Who is the Bishop of Lafayette?
The name of our current Pope is.