Study sets, textbooks, questions
Upgrade to remove ads
religion 3 semester 2
Terms in this set (66)
Union of one's heart and mind with all people which leads to the just distribution of material goods
A call from God to all members of the Church to embrace a life of holiness
Making amends for something one did wrong that caused harm to another person or led to loss.
the interior voice of a person; a God-given sense of the law of God; a judgment of reason that recognizes moral reality
Unnecessarily revealing something about another person that is true but is harmful to the person's reputation; also called gossip
Ruining the reputation of another by lying or spreading rumors; also called slander
Excessive flattery, praise, or admiration for another person
Telling a lie in a public hearing or court of law where someone's reputation or freedom or the common good is at stake
Assuming the worst about something a person says or does without knowing all the facts
Deliberate refusal to obey an immoral demand from civil authority;
Honor your parents; essential attitudes to honoring parents - respect, gratitude, obedience, and assistance; Biblical commandment applies to other family members and civil and school authorities
You shall not bear false witness; all forms of lying are referred to in this commandment
The Christian family as a community of grace and prayer; the first place where people come to know God's love as families reflect the life of the Holy Trinity
The communal life of families and society should mirror the life giving love found in this Christian teaching.
Act in such a way that those actions should be a universal law
Social conditions that allow for all citizens of the earth to meet basic needs; states exist to defend and promote this social justice by promoting values of patience, sacrifice, and solidarity
Primary means by which we strengthen a relationship with God that must be constant in life; we experience all forms of this in the liturgy of the Church
To acknowledge God as Creator, Savior, never-ending Love, gift giver of everything needed for salvation
The belief in and worship of only one God
The worship of other beings, creatures, or material goods in a way fitting for God alone.
View that it is impossible to know whether God exists
The denial of the existence of God
Speaking, acting, or thinking about God in a way that is irreverent and mocking; sin against the second Commandment.
An abuse of a person, place, or thing dedicated to God and the worship of him.
The sin of lying while under oath to tell the truth
Practice of assigning magical powers to certain practices or objects, such as charms or omens
An action that shows deep reverence for something sacred.
Refers to a personal conversion, literally meaning is "turn around"
Seeking powers or knowledge through supernatural means apart from God; astrology, palm reading are examples
The weekly day of rest to remember God's covenant and celebrate God's saving love for us through acts of prayer, fellowship, and relaxation. Christians refer to it as the Lord's Day.
The personal name of God given to Moses at the burning bush in the Exodus
Speaking disrespectfully about something that is sacred.
I am the Lord, your God, you shall not have strange gods before me. - Exodus 20:2-6
You shall not take the name of the Lord, your God, in vain. - Exodus 20:7
Remember to keep holy the Sabbath. - Exodus 20:8
Any act, thought or deed that hurts or breaks our relationship with God, ourselves and others; in Old Testament expressed as breaking God's covenant; missing the mark; rebelling against God
Intended outcome or goal of the person's moral action, word, or thought; one of the elements that determine the morality of any human act
The specific conditions or facts affecting a moral decision which impact the morality of an action, word, or thought; one of the elements that determine the morality of any human act
The specific action, word, or thought that a person chooses; one of the elements that determine the morality of any human act
Not considered a sin that we actually commit, but rather the fallen state of human nature that is foundational to actual sins.
A system that harms relationships in which all society shares responsibility; the collective effect of many personal sins over time which corrupts society
Social conditions that allow for all citizens of the earth to meet basic needs and achieve fulfillment
This guides decisions based upon judgments of reason that recognize moral reality; a well-formed conscience is informed by sources outside of oneself
Sin of omission
A failure to do something required by God's moral law
A serious offense against God done with full knowledge of the evil of the act that destroys the virtue of charity within
A less serious offense against the will of God that diminishes one's personal character and weakens the relationship with God
Prudence, Justice, Fortitude, Temperance
Inclination toward choosing the moral good and avoiding evil; the opposite of impulsive
Maintains sound moral judgment and behavior in the face of difficulties and challenges
Concerned with the rights and duties within relationships
Moderation of appetites and passions to achieve balance in the use of created goods
Faith, Hope, & Love
Belief in the existence of God - both a gift and a response
Trust in the promises of God; conviction that God's grace is at work in the world
Human longing for God and a selfless commitment to supporting the dignity of all people
God's gift of loving and active presence in the universe
Leads to and reinforces other sins and vices, traditionally called the "deadly sins"
Believing you are better than others
Resentment of the good fortune of others
Anger that desires revenge
Excess eating or drinking
Undisciplined desire for self-enjoyment
Habitual spiritual laziness
A habitual and firm disposition towards choosing morally good action and attitudes
A habitual and firm disposition towards choosing morally bad actions and attitudes; venial sins closely associated.
Sets with similar terms
Morality Articles 18-20
Catholic Morality Study Guide
Semester 2- Religion 3
Religion Unit 3 Test
Other sets by this creator
smchs gov final review guide
Chapter 5: Species Interactions, Ecological succes…
Financial Algebra Semester 1 Hirsman
English Pt. 2
Other Quizlet sets
Exam 4 Review
Edited SI A&P II: Exam 3- Metabolism
History Final pt 2