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Arts and Humanities
Ch. 5 Religion Test for Mr. Gatti
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In Jesus everything you need to know about _______and sanctification is available.
is a wordless prayer whereby a person's mind and heart rest in God's goodness and majesty.
The Church's foundation is on the ________.
is a form of mental prayer in which a person thinks deeply and continuously.
is the supernatural communication that God gives certain people
means memory or remembrance
things that are seen
things that are heard
God's __________ especially of Jesus Christ, is the subject of the Church's sacred memory.
It is the Catholic nature of the Church that helps her to remember and preserve all she has been taught all the way back to the Apostles and to Jesus himself.
False, it is the Apostolic Nature
To be a member of the Catholic Church is to acknowledge the authority of sacred communal memory that gives you a part in her identity.
Amnesia is the same thing as anamnesis.
False, They are the complete opposite
Jesus Christ is the completion of God's Revelation
The bishops as the Church's Magisterium, are successors of the Apostles who were commissioned by Christ himself to keep alive the Church's sacred memories.
Catholics are required by the Church to believe private revelations.
False, Catholics are NOT required
Jesus Christ is the Word of God.
What does the word "apostolic" literally mean?
having been sent
The Gospel was originally started through ______ __________ of the Apostles and the writings of the Apostles and others associated with them.
is the understanding that every individual statement of belief must be viewed in the context of the entire body of faith.
Analogy of Faith
is the official list of inspired books of the Bible. Catholics accept forty-six Old Testament books and twenty-seven New Testament books.
canon of scripture
is the source of all saving truth, which is made up of the Old and New Testaments, is the inspired by the Holy Spirit and must be interepted
What is NOT a proper way to examine Sacred Scripture?
Take each word literally and apply it to direct issues today
What is an example of Sacred Tradition
creeds, types of prayer, and liturgies
The term Magisterium comes from the Latin Word "teacher" and it applies to both Sacred Scripture and scripture
False, Sacred Tradition and tradition
In order to understand Scripture, the Church considers how the Scripture was intended for its original audience.
The literal sense of Scripture refers not to the words themselves, but rather what is signified by the words.
False, The spiritual sense
The Holy Spirit was involved in the formation of the canon of Sacred Scripture
The second precept is to _________ your sins at least once a year
The fifth precept is that you shall help provide for the _______ of the Church
Mary appeared to ______ ______________ and told her that she, Mary, is the Immaculate Conception
Dogma is infallible because it is without _________.
is an official Church teaching pronounced by the Magisterium.
is an honest assessment of how well we lived God's covenant of love.
examination of conscience
The third precept of the Church is that you shall receive the ___________ at least once a year during the Easter season.
The fourth precept is that you shall observe the days of fasting and ___________ established by the Church.
The Code of Canon Law can be revised.
The pope and bishops teach infallibly whenever they speak.
There is not dogma in the Nicene Creed.
False, there is dogma
If a doctrine is infallible, it can also be called a dogma.
The precept of the Church concerning Mass attendance only teaches that Catholics must attend Mass on Sundays.
One's acceptance of the tenets of the Apostles' Creed and other Church dogma is essential to have a complete faith and the deepest possible relationship with God.
All of Church teaching has the status of dogma.
Authoritative doctrines are taught authoritatively and infallibly with the assistance of the Holy Spirit.
Catholics are obliged to believe and uphold Church dogma; to do otherwise is to commit heresy.
A bishop shares in the ______________ teaching office.
The three main tasks of the _________ are teaching, sanctifying, and governing.
is an open letter by the bishops to the priests and people of his diocese.
Through the bishop's primary responsibility is to those most in need, he often serves as a __________ and can also teach during a during a homily.
The bishop regularly visits parishes for special occasions as well as to minister the Sacrament of ________________.
How does the bishop teach in his diocese?
Aids in the formation of his priests, is present to the people through pastoral visits, and he monitors the catechesis in the diocese.
What is NOT a way the Church is apostolic?
The Church is holy.
Catechesis is a process of education in faith.
Guided by the Holy Spirit, the college of bishops, in union with the pope, exercises the gift of imperfection when teaching about or protecting Christ's Revelation on matters of Faith or morals.
The bishops has the responsibility to teach just Catholics in his diocese.
False, All people
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