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Sacraments Chapters 1-3 Study Guide
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Greek word for mystery
Sacraments of Christian Initiation
Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist
Sacraments of Healing
Penance, Anointing of Sick
Sacraments at the Service of Communion
Holy Orders, Matrimony
instituted by Christ, efficacious signs of grace, entrusted to the Church, dispensed to us by the Holy Spirit
gratia, free and undeserved gift
God's interventions in our lives
Gifts received with each Sacrament
Ex opere operato
from the power of the work itself
Ex opere operantis
from the power of the person taking part in the work
to save or make safe
Sacrament of salvation, means our goal of salvation and God's plan "sacrament of the Trinity's communion with men"
The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.
The grace of our Lord was poured out on me abundantly, along with the faith and love that are in Christ Jesus.
St. Therese of Lisieux
Known as "The Little Flower"
Water, Bread & Wine, Oil
Pouring or immersing into water, Breaking and sharing bread, Sharing the cup, Anointing, Laying on of hands, Blessing/Signing
Essential Words, Word of God, Prayers, Liturgical Texts, Lyrics of hymns
A public work or a service in the name of or on behalf of the people
Ritual or rite
The combining of objects, words and actions that are employed to celebrate the rite of a sacrament
Blessing & Adoration
We acknowledge God to be the source of everything in our lives and that we are children of God. As God blesses us, we respond to God in blessing and adoration.
We acknowledge our relationship with God. We ask for forgiveness and for the graces to make our pilgrimage successfully to the Kingdom of God.
We acknowledge our relationship with all other people. We pray for others as Jesus did, including those who do us harm.
We acknowledge that all life is a gift. We give thanks to God "for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus."
We acknowledge God alone to be God alone to be God, from whom all things exist and for whom we exist. We honor God because HE IS.
Our words translate and externalize our innermost thoughts and feelings. We join with others in prayer. The Lord's Prayer, or Our Father, is the first among those prayers.
The Prayer of Meditation
We petition God to speak to our mind and heart. Meditation prompts us toward the conversation of our heart, and strengthens our will to follow Christ.
The Prayer of Contemplation
We bring ourselves to God, open our awareness to the promptings of the Holy Spirit and simply be in God's presence as God wants us to be.
The Liturgical Year
Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter
Letter to Hebrews Images & Symbols
High Priest and Mediator because in him divinity and humanity were perfectly united in one person.
The 1st Account of Creation
The wind represents the Spirit of God
Noah & the Great Flood
The waters of baptism conquer the death-bearing power of sin, Ark stood for the Church
The water is portrayed as the new life God promised
Preparing themselves, bringing them up in the practice of faith
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