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Theology Exam 2
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(____________________) is the ______________ Constitution on the Church, issued by the First Vatican Council, July 18, 1870. The
Eternal Pastor, dogmatic
The document defines four dogmas of the Catholic faith: the _________________ conferred on Peter, the perpetuity of the Petrine Primacy in the Roman ______________,
apostolic primacy, pontiffs
the meaning and power of the ___________ primacy, and Papal infallibility - infallible teaching authority (__________________) of the Pope.
Venerable Pierre Toussaint was a Catholic black slave born in _____________ in 1766.
His parents raised him as a Catholic and his master, Jean Berard, taught him to __________ and ___________. In 1787 his master moved to ___________________
read and write, New York City
to escape the social unrest among the Haitian slaves after the _____________________________.
He thought that Pierre should have a profession in New York so he apprenticed him to a __________________________.
Pierre became a very successful hairdresser for the beau monde (high society) of New York and made a good living from it, although he remained a _________________.
He frequently quoted the ___________________ from the Sermon on the Mount and the _______________________ by Thomas a Kempis
Beatitudes, Imitation of Christ
Kempis in the spiritual guidance that he gave to his _________________ and he encouraged them to pray and patiently _____________________.
clients, trust in God
In turn, they also supported Pierre in his _________________________.
For 60 years, he attended ______________________ at six in the morning at the same church where Mother ________________________ later worshipped
daily Mass, Mother Elizabeth Seton
Later he co-operated with her new order, the _____________________, and established one of the first ________________________ in New York.
Sisters of Charity, orphanages
FATHER AUGUSTUS TOLTON AND SAINT _________________ CHURCH, CHICAGO:
Father Tolton was born in Rawls County, Missouri., and soon after his entry into the ______________ was summoned to ___________, where his ______________ education was completed.
ministry, Rome, clerical
. In him the Catholic Church saw a valuable ally. Archbishop Feehan induced Father Tolton to come to this city and begin the work of _______________________.
building a church
There are in this city about _______________ families of ___________________ people who profess the __________________
140, colored, Catholic faith
Of this number fifty families live on the _______________ convenient to the new church. Those colored people who have come here from the extreme _____________ are mostly Catholics
South Side, South
. Particularly is this true of those who were born on the ______________________ of the South.
"___________________ is the number of his people that Father Tolton estimates to be in this city and of his religious belief, and he predicts that the ______________________ will rapidly increase
There were vespers at the church yesterday afternoon and there will be regular ________________________ hereafter."
For much of the 19th century, the American _________ played to the stereotype of the ______________________ by frequently reporting, with heavy dollops of humor, pathos, and _______________________, the alcohol-fueled __________________ of one Irishman after another
press, drunken Irishman, condescension, debaucheries
On Aug. 30, 1876, The Daily Leader, an Illinois newspaper extremely sympathetic to the _____________________ detailed the misadventures of a "drunken and disorderly __________________," who threatened a _________________ with a knife before being brought to his knees by the officer's "_________________."
temperance cause, son of Erin, policeman, billy
Sent to the "calaboose" (___________________), he was fined $7, though if unable to pay would "languisheth on the stone pile.
The drunken Irishman was an ___________________. But what of the Irish ________________?
After all, in the 19th century ____________________ joined, in large numbers, __________________ organizations,
Irish-Americans, Catholic temperance
, and in doing so announced to the wider world that even the "_________________" could become loyal foot soldiers in the "____________________" opposed to the sale and consumption of ______________.
Wild Irish, Cold Water Army, alcohol
They (The Knights of Labor) not only profess no _____________________________ or the Church, but their ______________________ are quite to the contrary
hostility against religion, declarations
The ____________________ commands that condemnation shall not be passed on any association without the previous hearing of its _______________ or _____________________.
Third Plenary Council, officers or representatives
Now, their ________________, when sending me a copy of their __________________, declared that he is a devoted _____________________;
president, constitution, Catholic
that he practices his religion faithfully and receives the ___________ regularly; that he belongs to no ________________ society or other association _________________ by the Church
sacraments, Masonic Society, condemned
that he knows nothing in the organization of the Knights of Labor contrary to the ______________ of the Church; that, with filial submission, he begs the ________________ of the Church to examine their constitution and laws
and to point out anything they may find _________________, promising to see to its __________________.
Assuredly, there is in all this no hostility to the _______________ of the Church, but, on the contrary, a disposition in every way praiseworthy
The _____________________ Plan or Faribault-Stillwater Plan was an arrangement contrived first in 1873 in _______________________, New York
, to satisfy both (1) the desire of American Catholics to educate their children in a ___________________ and (2) their preference to have schooling paid for with _________________.
Catholic environment, public funds
From the 1840s, the _________________ rented almost all rooms and buildings used as schools in an effort to keep costs lows
. Over the decades, the school board rented several _________________ on weekdays and sundry other kinds of buildings, including theaters that stood vacant during the day and disused factories.
. In 1873, Father Patrick F. ________________, pastor of St. _______________ Parish and its ________________ school, approached the Poughkeepsie school board with "an offer it could not refus
McSweeney, Peter's, parochial
," the use of two newly renovated parochial school buildings for the rent of __________________.
$1 per year
The school board would pay for all school operating _______________ and ______________.
expenses and repairs
______________. The parish retained ________________ of the buildings and use of them outside school hours.
The school board would hire ______________ belonging to the Sisters of Charity, who taught wearing their ________________.
The ______________ became public servants and taught both _______________ and ______________ subjects
nuns, secular and religious
For his part, Father McSweeny agreed, "No ______________________ to be held, nor ___________________ given during the school hours
religious exercises, religion instruction
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