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Religion study set finals
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Change whereby, according the the teachings of the Catholic Church, the bread and the wine used in the sacrament of the Eucharistic become, not merely but as a sign or a figure, but also in actual reality the body and blood of Christ
The unique change of the substance of the bread and wine into the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Christ during the Eucharist.
Communion of Saints
those united with Christ, both living and dead, on the Earth, in Purgatory, and in Heaven; also refers to the holy things, such as Sacraments (especially the Eucharist), that unite the Church and the community of holy people
The unity in Christ of all the redeemed, those on earth and those who have died, especially the unity of faith and charity through the Eucharist.
Conversation with God; talking and listening to God; raising our minds and hearts to God, who is Father, Son, Holy Spirit
The holy book of Christians.
Also called Sacred Scripture or the Scriptures; the Bible is a collection of books accepted by the Church as the inspired, authentic account of God's revelation about himself and his plan of salvation for the human race
being saved from sin; in Christianity, to be specifically saved by Jesus, the source of salvation
deliverance from sin and its consequences, believed by Christians to be brought about by faith in Christ.
The formal statement or profession of faith commonly recited during the Eucharist.
(Christianity) a formal creed summarizing Christian beliefs
The truth that God, although one, is three Divine Persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
A practical judgment of reason that helps a person decide the goodness or sinfulness of an action or attitude.
Our ability to know the difference between good and evil, right and wrong
An act against the will of God
Any deliberate offense, in thought, word, or deed, against the will of God
God becoming flesh
From the Latin, meaning "to become flesh," referring to the mystery of Jesus Christ, the divine Son of God, becoming man. In the Incarnation, Jesus Christ became truly man while remaining truly God.
The work of salvation accomplished by Jesus Christ mainly through his life, Passion, death, Resurrection, and Ascension
The entry of Jesus into Heaven forty days after his Resurrection.
the return of the Risen Jesus in his glorified body to his Father in Heaven
A Jewish festival, fifty days after Passover, Celebrating the giving of the Law to Moses at Sinai. On the fiftieth day after the Resurrection, the Holy Spirit was manifested, given, and communicated to the Apostles, fulfilling the mission of Christ. This is the "birthday" of the Church.
Firm belief without logical proof
Both a gift of God and a human act by which the believer gives personal adherence to God who invites his response, and freely assents to the whole truth that God has revealed; a theological virtue given by God.
A person who is killed because of their religious or other beliefs
A witness to the truth of the faith, in which the martyr endures even death to be faithful to Christ. Those who die for the faith before having received Baptism are said to have received a baptism of blood, by which their sins are forgiven and they share in the joys of heaven.
A Passover meal which literally became the last meal taken by Christ with his apostles, the night before his Passion. Through this meal, Christ instituted the Holy Eucharist and the priesthood.
A solemn agreement between human beings or between God and a human being in which mutual commitments are made.
(Bible) an agreement between God and his people in which God makes certain promises and requires certain behavior from them in return
Sacred rituals of the Roman Catholic Church
Sacred rituals performed by the Catholic church. There are seven: baptism, confirmation, marriage, communion, penance, holy order (that is, becoming a priest), and extreme unction (words spoken at the death bed).
God's communication of himself, by which he makes known the mystery of his divine plan.
God's self-disclosure to us
Preaches the gospels, writes the gospels
the people who wrote the Gospels; ex. Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John
A rule from God; a statement of what to do and it must be obeyed
given to us by Jesus love god with all you and soul and mind, love your neighbor as yourself
(adj.) of or pertaining to the Catholic church; a member of the Catholic church; (adj.) of a broad, liberal or comprehensive scope
Other symbols and rituals established by the church that help us receive Gods grace
An object, prayer, or a blessing given by the church to help us grow in our spiritual life
Advocate, Paraclete, Spirit of Truth
God's Spirit, whom Jesus sends to help people. The Holy Spirit is God in invisible form.
Catholic worship service
Celebration of the Eucharist
The time when we remember the life, teachings, and miracles of Jesus
its days are numbered with ordinal numbers that is the first Sunday in ordinary time, second Sunday in ordinary time and so forth. There are two blocks of ordinary time in the liturgical calender: the first one is between the Christmas season and lent t, and the second one, which is longer is between pentacost and advent. a time of hope and its liturgical color is green
A simple story used to illustrate a moral or spiritual lesson
God's gift of friendship and life that enables us to share his life and love
God's total, unconditional, and unmerited love for people, which has the power to transform and save those who accept that love.
To teach and spread the gosple
Promotes truth entrusted to the church
an account of the life and teachings of Jesus; four of them are included in the New Testament of the Christian Bible
The "Good News," the story of the coming of the Savior, Jesus Christ, and the inauguration of God's Kingdom.
deep regret for doing something wrong
sorrow and repentance
forgiveness; pardon; release
acknowledging and telling one's sins to a priest
Teaching authority of the church
the teaching authority of the Roman Catholic Church, especially as exercised by bishops or the pope
When a pope or bishop preaches about faith and morals they are not wrong and ensures that the Church will never cease to be the body of Christ on earth
The tendency of all human beings toward sin, as a result of Original Sin.
The consecrated species of bread from Mass that is reserved in the tabernacle in the Church. It is the real presence of Jesus
The public worship and communal worship of the church
The Church's official, public, communal prayer. It is God's work, in which the People of God participate. The Church's most important liturgy is the Eucharist, or the Mass.
A statement of belief
A formal statement of religious belief or confession of faith.
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