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  1. Mike Yaconelli
  2. Prophet
  3. mystical body
  4. Postmodernism Worldview
  5. Priest
  1. a warned us that real Christianity ruins lives
  2. b someone who is unsure if there is actually ultimate truth; benchmark is denial of absolute truth; skepticism; religious ritual is foolish
  3. c those with whom we are united with Christ in baptism
  4. d role from baptism to listen and speak God's Word; develop habit of reading/praying the Scriptures; set good example
  5. e role from baptism to be joined with Christ in offering worship to God; live life of holiness; oportunity to offer ourselves to God; habit of daily prayer; ponifex "one who builds bridge"

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. gather (sing, priest welcomes, opening prayer Gloria) and proclaim (OT, psalm, 2nd reading, Gospel, homily, Nincene creed, prayer of faithful)
  2. the Church's official public worship of God through whih Christ our High Priest continues the work of our redemption by means of the Church's celebration of the Pachal Mystery; "the people's work"
  3. worked on a farm in France; drafted to army but ran away; ordained at 29, and sent to tiny parish in Ars; holiness attracted tourists to confession; health was bad stuck in booth 10-15 hours a day
  4. leads to attraction, secual intimacy, children, and long last bond
  5. break (gifts brought forward, about to be blessed/changed by power of HS) and send (sent out as missionaries)

5 True/False questions

  1. Classical Worldviewthose with whom we are united with Christ in baptism

          

  2. social nature of sinsin we commit has an impact on the whole community

          

  3. Paschal Mysterymystery/events involved in our redemption; Jesus' suffering, death, Resurrection, and Ascension

          

  4. Confirmationsincere change of mind; turns one from sin/toward God

          

  5. Healing SacramentsAnointing of the sick, Penance/Reconciliation