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Arts and Humanities
Marriage and Holy Orders Chapter One
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What is the one area where perfection is really the only acceptable goal and result?
Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you
Jesus preached that love for neighbor was not enough. What did he challenge his disciples to do?
True/False? "Being holy" can be described as living a Christ-like life of perfection
The other word for holiness is --------------
Seeking a closer, more intimate union with Christ
What does being "perfect" in the Christian sense mean?
Sharing God's cross, Grace of the Sacraments, and service to our neighbor's and enemies
How can we accomplish perfection?
True/False? Not everything God asks of us does he make possible
True/False? Adam and Eve were created in a state of original holiness and justice in which they were meant to share in the life of God
All of God's gifts according to his will
What did God want su to use as a means for reaching eternal destiny?
Loving God and one another
What does the precious gift of freedom make us capable of?
Alienated them from God, each other, themselves, and all of God's creation
What effect did Adam and Eve's disobedience have?
Disobeyed, Will, Humanity
Original Sin is the first sin of Adam and Eve, in which they --------- the Commandment of God, choosing to follow their own ---- rather than God's. The effects of Original Sin are shared among -------- ever since
In a Christian Sense, sharing or partaking in the nature of God
True/False? In Baptism, Original Sin and all its effects are erased
In --------, God unites man and woman so that they have can celebrate their love and share the gift of life
In God's plan, man and woman are intended to be -------- of God's resources on the earth
Adam and Eve possessed an inner harmony and shared a beautiful harmony with one another, with creation and with God
What is meant by saying the state of original holiness and justice was one of intimacy?
Soul, Image, Human parents, Immortal
The second creation story tells us that human beings are created with a body and a soul:
The ---- is the innermost part of man that makes us spiritual people in the ----- of God. The spiritual soul is not produced by our ----- -------. It (the soul) is created immediately by God and is --------
True/False? The body does not share in the dignity and image of God
Appreciating out lives of being male or female and living our lives as such
What does being sexual man?
Better to align ourselves toward a good and productive marriage and life
Why is every person called to acknowledge his or her sexual identity?
Virtue, Sexuality, Spirit
Chastity: The ------ by which a person integrates his or her --------- into his or her whole self, body and ------, according to the vocation or state in life
Regulates our attraction to pleasure and helps us use God's good in a balanced way
Chastity comes under the virtue of temperance. What is temperance?
True/False? Chastity helps us control our sexual desires and use them appropriately according to our state in life
Letting ourselves be ruled by our passions and being unhappy
If chastity helps us master our passions and find peace, what is the alternative?
Routine and acceptable
How is sex outside of marriage treated today?
God intends sex and all actions lead in up to it to be shared exclusive by a man and woman in the union of marriage
What is the basic principle for sexual morality?
True/False? There is a way to be holy apart from Jesus Christ
The word disciple means "--------"
Through prayer, participation in the Sacraments, and practicing the Christian virtues
As Disciples of Christ, our goal is to follow and learn from Jesus. How is this relationship deepened?
The infinite incomprehensibility of God
What does the term mystery refer to?
True/False? God is unknowable
Gradually through history
How is God's mystery revealed?
In order to us "capable of responding and knowing Him and loving Him far beyond our natural capacity
Why does God reveal himself and the mystery of his will over time?
True/False? God's Revelation continues today
The Apostolic Tradition and Sacred Scripture
What are two distinct modes of Revelation the Church had been entrusted with?
Teaching Office of the Church and authentically interpret Tradition and Sacred Scripture
What is the Magisterium? What is its task?
Divinity, Whole, Distinct, Related
The dogmas of the Trinity:
The Trinity is one. The three Persons do not share their -------- among themselves, but each one of them is God ----- and entire. The three Persons are -------- from one another. The divine Persons are ------- to one another
True/False? The three Persons of the Trinity have one nature or substance
The love we have ourselves, for others, and for God
What does the relationship of community among the three Persons of the Holy Trinity help to model?
The ultimate goal of our lives is entry into the ------- ----- of the Blessed Trinity
In the heart of every human being wells up an irrepressible desire to be united with God
What did Cardinal Bernardin observe about human beings?
By sending us His Son, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit
How has God fully revealed himself and his divine plan?
True/False? Even with natural reason man can know God with certainty based on His works
Creation, Physical, Human person, Fullest, Presence
What are ways we can approach God, know God?
Through examining the gift of --------, using two points of departure: the -------- world and the ----- ------. Christ is God himself in human flesh. Exploring his life and words in detail is the ------- way to uncover God's --------
God and all that he's said and revealed to us
What does the virtue of faith enable us to believe in?
God totally, both our intellect and our wills
What does the gift of faith enable us to commit ourselves to?
Greatness, Thankful, Unity, Dignity, Created things, Trusts, Hardship
What are the implications for a person with faith listed in the Catechism?
A faithful person comes to know God's --------- and majesty. A faithful person is -------- to God. A faithful person knows the ----- of the human community and the ------- of every individual. A faithful person makes good use of ------- ------. A faithful person ------ God in every circumstance, including -------- and adversity
True/False? It is not possible to share the life of God
Love of neighbor is inseparable from love for God
What is the way we should go about loving God and growing in his holiness?
No name-calling, slandering or gossiping, live in harmony with others. No lashing our in anyway. We are to settle our differences with others
What are specific ways to avoid anger and work toward Reconciliation with our neighbor as a way to show love?
True/False? From the time of Original Sin, God, in his providence, ordained a plan of salvation through Christ and the Church as the way to restore holiness and bring us salvation
Christ loves the Church. He gave up his ---- for the Church, and he has remained ------- in the Church in all the days since
Loyalty, Sacrament, Efficacious, God
The Church is thr sign of Christ's ------- to us. Like Christ, the Church is a ---------, a sign of our inner union with God. The Church is an ----------- symbol. She not only points to a reality, but she also causes it. We come to know --- through the Church
True/False? The Sacraments are not necessary for slavation
Paschel, Salvation, Sacraments, Eucharist
The ------- Mystery is the way our --------- is made known through the Life, Death, Resurrection, and Ascension of Jesus Christ. It is made present in the ----------, especially the ---------
To sanctify men, build up the Body of Christ, and give worship to God
According to the Second Vatican Council document 'The Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy', what is the purpose if the Sacraments?
Our common vocation to holiness and in the mission sharing the Gospel of others
What do the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist) ground us in?
The Beatitudes, how we should love God and love our neighbor in a Christ-like way
What is the formula Jesus gave us for happiness? What do they clearly explain?
Our happiness and commitment
What do the Beatitudes teach us to be dependent on God alone for?
True/False? Our common Christian vocation, begun at Baptism, is the love of God
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