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Semester 2 Religion 2 Final
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the ministry of the church which is upheld by the tradition led by the apostles
the authority of the pope is seen as joined with all bishops as those called to authority in the church
change of heart, rise to a new life
a time for people to pray, reflect and think, discuss with others, to discern whether or not you choose a life of holiness
intimate relationship with Jesus, being a believer is not just an abstract mental exercise
eastern orthodox churches
present day church established by Jesus Christ and his Apostles
becoming one faith, the movement to restore unity among all Christians
the proclamation of the Good News of Jesus Christ through words and witness
the adaptation of the way Church teachings are presented to non-Christian cultures, and to the influence of those cultures on the evolution of these teachings; taking beliefs and phrasing them it in ways people can understand it
the sacrament by which members of the church are ordained for permanent ministry in the church as a pope, bishops, priests or deacons
the church leaders gathered to discuss to controversy of admitting Gentiles into the Churh
who was apart of the Jerusalem council?
bishops, elders and apostles
who led the Jerusalem council?
Peter and Paul
those who are not apart of the liturgy
what are the duties of the laity?
they primarily reside in work, family and political/social involvement
a religious ceremony or act of the Christian church that is regarded as an outward and visible sign of spiritual grace
the dogmatic constitution of the church, identified the church as a "sign and instrument" of God's communion with the whole human race
what is the lumen gentium literally known as?
the light of people
gaudium et spes
pastoral constitution on the church in the modern world
what is Gaudium Et Spes literally known as?
the joy and hopes
dying for your faith or belief
outline of our belief
the Popes ability to speak from infallibility while using dogma from speaking from the chair
50 days after Passover, the Holy Spirit was fully revealed
to induce someone to convert one's faith
a form of consecrated life in which one outwardly professes that they live a life of poverty, chastity, and obedience in a stable state of life recognized by the church; priests and nuns
signs of the times
the church responding to the times of the world and relating them to scriptures
the process of becoming closer to God and growing in holiness, taking on the righteousness of Jesus Christ
ways that are passed down to the Church
the specific and individual response that we all have to our universal call to holiness. (we are called to be holy, but how we live that out depends on us)
works of mercy
charitable actions by which we come to the aid of our neighbor attending to both spiritual and bodily necessities.
changing of the church
direct ascendants of the apostles, chief pastor of a local church known as the "overseer" or the manager
ordained for ministry and service, not full time church ministers, work in the real world, can marry, have children and have a family
apostle, persecuted Christian, name was changed from Saul to Paul, started church communities, and wrote epistles, the Pauline Letters, used familiar imagery so people could understand
first bishop of Rome, leader of the Twelve, God gave him the keys to the kingdom of heaven and gave him the power of authority in the church
what does St. Peter's name mean?
bishop of Rome, Jesus gave Peter the keys to the kingdom
Presbyter, elder and leader of a local parish, brings holiness to the world
filled with the Holy Spirit to do great wonders and signs, his message is met with great resistance, eventually leading to his martyrdom, known as protomartyr
how does the holy spirit function in the church?
it guides and sanctifies the Church, the gifts of the holy spirit guide us to spread the mission of the Gospel
what is the relationship between the catholic church and other non catholic christian churches?
what are the similarities of the Early Church and the Modern Church in terms of the effects of the Holy Spirit?
Apostles received the holy spirit to spread the message is how the holy spirit empowers us to do the same
"to call out"
united in charity
although Church members sin, the Church as the Body of Christ is sinless, "to be of God"
the church possesses the fullness of Christ and has received from him the fullness of the means of salvation, the church has been sent on a mission by Christ to all people in the world to gather all into the people of God
to be sent out
the organized structure that includes doctrinal teachings
what are examples of institution?
Popes, bishops priests
the call to members for renewal and reformation
what are example of herald?
bible studies, evangelization, missions and media
the symbol of grace for the community
what are examples sacrament?
liturgy, light and salt for the world, communal prayer and source of grace
the fellowship that unites believers
what are examples of mystical communion?
prayer groups and relationships
the call to stewardship and social responsibility
what are examples of servant?
community service, charities, religious education classes, service organizations and hospitals
people of God
called out of the world to be God's children, freed from slavery to sin, partakers of the divine nature, sharers in Christ's threefold role as priest, prophet and king, echoes Israel
bride of Christ
the great union between man and a woman is a type of image between Christ and his Church
temple of God
What the soul is to the human body, the Holy Spirit is to the Body of Christ, which is Church , the spirit animates all church's liturgical, missionary, and apostolic works
what is an example of people of God?
every person on Earth
what is an example of bride of Christ?
marriage of a man and a woman
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