Blest are We - Grade 8 - Ch 1 - 4
Blest are We - The Story of our Church
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The Scripture story about the Risen Jesus' appearance to two of his disciples on the road to Emmaus is found in which gospel's scripture?
On the third day after Jesus had been put to death on a cross, who traveled from Jerusalem to Emmaus?
Cleopas and his companion
The Gospel story describes that it was in what that Cleopas and his companion understood that they had been talking with Jesus all along.
the Breaking of the Bread
In this sacrament, bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ.
This is the central Sacrament of the Catholic Church, the source and summit of the Christian life.
The Sacrament of the Eucharist
Through our faith and __________ in Christ, we share in the love that God the Father has for us.
Members of the Church all come together as one family, the one _________________.
People of God
When the Gospel is proclaimed at Mass, Jesus Christ speaks to us through the ____________________.
A ____________ is a sacred sign and cause of grace instituted by Christ, entrusted to the Church, makes us sharers in Divine life, and continues God's saving action among us.
The New Testament _________, or letters, that are read from the Scriptures during the Easter Season tell us even more about the lives and times of the early Church.
_______ is the English word for the Hebrew word Qadosh, which means "separated from all that is not sacred; set apart for God."
For what reasons did Saint Therese of Lisieux enter the convent?
1. to save souls
2. to pray for priests
Therese of Lisieux promised to do what when she died at the age of twenty-four?
"spend her heaven doing good on earth"
We meet the Risen Jesus in the _____________.
breaking of the bread
Jesus Christ becomes present to us during the _____________ during Mass.
The bread and wine become what during the Consecration?
The Body and Blood of Jesus Christ
The Holy Spirit's presence enables us to experience what?
The love of Jesus Christ
What enables us to love others?
The love of Jesus Christ
What enables us to grow in grace and in our faith?
Receiving the Eucharist
What enables us to overcome temptation and sin and gives us the strength to resist?
Receiving the Eucharist
____________ is being close to Christ and living your life with the teachings of Jesus always in our mind.
Name is Saul. He persecuted Christians before his conversion. He then became a disciple and he devoted his life to spreading the gospel. He also encouraged Gentiles to follow law of love
People who were punished or killed for proclaiming the faith in Christ
Reminded the apostles that they believed that they were saved through grace of Jesus, same way as the Gentiles
Also known as law of Moses. Set forth rules and practices for Jewish people that are based on 1st 5 books of the bible
Were the appointed religious leaders or elders of the early church. In church's today it means priest
Paul and Barnabas
They Described the signs and wonders God worked among the Gentiles through them
Council of Jerusalem
Paul and Barnabas presented their case to the apostles and presbyters
Stated that all Gentiles did not have to follow the mosaic law. Council of Jerusalem agreed
Means universal. The capital 'C' describes the church founded by Jesus on the apostles
Grace of the Holy Spirit
Comes to us in the sacraments. We are strengthened to love God and others as Jesus taught and showed us to do
Pope Pius IX
Was pope from 1846 to 1878 and he published the syllabus of errors, which commended what he identified to be errors of the modern world. Convened Vatican Council 1
Was Pope from 1958 to1963. He convened Vatican council 2. His purpose was to update the church and to find ways to deal with issues of the modern world
Encourage greater contact with other religions. It also allowed the language of the people, the vernacular, to be used in the liturgy. It also encourage lay people to take a greater part in the churches mission and supported economic and political freedom for all people
People of God and body of Christ
We continue the work Jesus gave the apostles
This religious group was teaching that Gentiles would not be saved if they did not follow the mosaic law
Began to focus less on who they were before they came to know Jesus. They concentrated on who they had become since their conversion
Paul wrote to the church in this because he had heard about many disagreements among the members
Marks of the church
One,holy, Catholic, and apostolic are the four attributes and essential characteristics of the church and her mission
Who gives each member of the church gifts
Members of the church
Who had disagreements
He legalized Christianity in 313. He is a roman emperor and he saw Christianity as a unique way to unify the Roman Empire. Christianity was outlawed in the empire.
Is the living body of Christ, the people of God. It is one, holy, Catholic, and apostolic. It also means convocation or gathering
Where apostles met at the Jewish harvest, they gathered for prayer with Mary and the other women disciples and chose Judas's successor
Tongues of fire
This appeared over the apostles at pentacost. This sign was that they were filled with the Holy Spirit
Is one of the oldest Christian symbols
Through the church
How does God fulfill his plan of salvation?
The mother of emperor Constantine, she did not become a Christian until she was 63. She teaches us to trust in God and reamain faithful to our calling
His first letter to Corinthians reminds us that we are all members of one body of Christ, the church
He was a Roman Emperor from A.D. 379 to A.D. 395, established Christianity as the official religion of the Roman Empire, leading to its spread around the world
Calls Christians to live in union with one another, pray and work for unity, and follow Jesus
May your name be kept holy
Hallowed by thy name
Follow what you want us to do
Thy will be done
Provide for us what we need
Give us this day our daily bread
Remember how we pardon other, and treat us in the same way
Forgive our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us
Help us to avoid what might lead us to sin
Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil
guided Peter to reach out to the Gentiles.
The Apostles' Creed
a prayer of beliefs that the Church has said from earliest times of the Church.
Jesus' early followers were mostly of this faith.
A term that means "non-Jews".
The teaching authority of the Church, is made up of the bishops in communion with the Pope, the bishop of Rome.
An unbroken chain of power and authority connecting the pope and bishops to St. Peter and the Twelve Apostles of Jesus.
reflecting the unity of the Blessed Trinity-Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
invited Peter to come to his house and teach him and his family and servants about Jesus.
teaches the same message carried by Peter.
received the keys of the Kingdom from Jesus.
prayed for Peter's faith to be strong.
Free from error, absolutely dependable
Jesus founded the Church on the Apostles and the Church is faithful to the teachings Jesus passed on through the Apostles.
A non-Jewish person.
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