Script Q3 Test 1
Terms in this set (50)
a personal, solemn promise that involves mutual commitments
an official, authoritative teaching of the Church based on the Revelation of God
the truth that God, although one, is three Divine Persons: the Father, the Son, and the
belief that God is three Persons
the formal statement or profession of faith commonly recited during the
'having become flesh'; Jesus, the Son of God and 2nd Person of the Trinity, is both
fully God and fully human
having to do with the relationship of a child to his or her parent
the state of eternal happiness with God in heaven
the judgment of the human race by Jesus Christ at his second coming, as noted
in the Nicene Creed; it is also called Final Judgment
from the Greek translation of 'Messiah', meaning 'anointed'
from the Hebrew word for 'anointed one'
the heresy that professes the belief that Jesus was created just as we were, and he
did not exist before he was conceived in Mary's womb
The heresy that professes the belief that statements apply to only the human
Jesus or to the divine Jesus
the heresy that professes the belief that Jesus' humanity was a sort of disguise - he
looked like a human and acted like a human, but inside he was really just God
the heresy that professes the belief that Jesus' divinity fully absorbed his
humanity, so that, in the end, he was only divine and not human
important holy days in the Catholic liturgical calendar, such as Christmas, Easter,
Pentecost, and All Saints Day
a Greek title for Mary meaning "God bearer"
the gift from God that allows us to choose between good and evil
the movement to restore unity among all Christians, a unity that is a gift of Christ
and to which the Church is called by the Holy Spirit
literally, "the study of God"
a Greek word for advocate, a description of the Holy Spirit
The word ___ means ___
the anointed one who saves
The name 'Jesus Christ' translates to ___
Trinity Sunday, officially known as the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity, is celebrated the
Sunday after ___
The Nicene Creed was created to defend against all ___ within the Church.
Jesus was alive
No part of the New Testament was written while ___
God the Father is neither male nor female; God is ___
Jesus Christ is both truly and fully God as well as ___
The name Jesus was given to him by the Angel ___ when he appeared to Mary.
A ___ is a summary statement of the beliefs of an individual or a community.
The formal name of the Nicene Creed is the ___
One, holy, Catholic, apostolic
The four marks of the church:
When a Pope speaks infallibly, he is speaking ___ meaning 'from the chair'.
St. Ignatius of Loyola founded the ___ (Society of Jesus) in the 16th Century.
Pope Francis is the first ___ Pope
Jesus himself tells us in Mark's Gospel that there is only one God by quoting the Jewish prayer
called the ___
Judaism and Islam
Christians share the belief in monotheism with ___
Only Christians are ___
The mystery of the ___ - the mystery of one God in three Persons - is a unique defining
trait of the Christian faith.
Beginning or end
All three Persons of the Trinity are eternal, existing without ___
Although the Church did not full articulate the doctrine of the Trinity until the councils of the 4th
and 5th centuries, the presence of the Trinity is clear in ___
Sign of the Cross
___ is a prayerful gesture which reminds the faithful of the cross of salvation
while invoking the Holy Trinity.
In the Gospels, Jesus calls God ___ which in native Aramaic language means 'Father'.
wisdom, understanding, counsel,
fortitude, knowledge, piety, and fear of the Lord
The Gifts of the Holy Spirit that we received on Pentecost are:
The ___is the product of two Ecumenical Councils: The Council of Nicaea (AD 325) and
Constantinople (AD 381).
The Nicene Creed is said at Sunday mass, ___, Baptism, and other liturgical celebrations.
A Pope is ___ when he proclaims by a definitive act a doctrine pertaining to faith and
First Vatican Council
Papal Infallibility was formally declared at the ___ in AD 1870.
faith seeking understanding
St. Anselm's definition of Theology is ___
Assumption and the Immaculate Conception of Mary
The only Infallible statements made by the Church via ex cathedra were the declaration of the ___