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Religion finals

St.gerard religion
STUDY
PLAY
cardinal virtues
prudence, justice, temperance, fortitude
theological virtues
faith, hope, love
solemnity of Mary Mother of God
January 1st
Ascension
Easter season
Assumption of Mary
August 15th
All Saints Day
November 1st
Immaculate Conception
December 8th
Christmas
December 25th
C
check out the influences
H
Have the Facts
O
Others canhelp;seek advise
I
In prayer ask God for help
C
Choose
E
Evaluate your choice
wisdom
1st Gift of the Holy Spirit
understanding
2nd Gift of the Holy Spirit
right judgement
3rd Gift of the Holy Spirit
courage
4th Gift of the Holy Spirit
knowledge
5th Gift of the Holy Spirit
reverence
6th Gift of the Holy Spirit
wonder and awe
7th Gift of the Holy Spirit
1st Law of the Church
Celebrate Christ's resurrection every Sunday
2nd Law of the Church
Lead a sacramental life
3rd Law of the Church
Study Catholic teaching throughout your life
4th Law of the Church
Observe the marriage laws of the church and give religious training to your children
5th Law of the Church
strengthen and support the church
6th Law of the Church
do penance
7th Law of the Church
join in missionary work of the church
justice
make sure that we respect the dignity of all human beings and honor their rights.
1st Corporal Works of Mercy
Feed the hungry
2nd Corporal Works of Mercy
Give drink to the thirsty
3rd Corporal Works of Mercy
Clothe the naked
4th Corporal Works of Mercy
Help those imprisoned
5th Corporal Works of Mercy
Shelter the homeless
6th Corporal Works of Mercy
Care for the sick
7th Corporal Works of Mercy
Bury the dead
1st Spiritual Work of Mercy
Share our knowledge with others
2nd Spiritual Work of Mercy
Give advice to those who need it
3rd Spiritual Work of Mercy
Comfort those who suffer
4th Spiritual Work of Mercy
Be patient with others
5th Spiritual Work of Mercy
forgive those who hurt us
6th Spiritual Work of Mercy
Give correction to those who need it
7th Spiritual Work of Mercy
Pray for the living and the dead
gossip
when someone talks about someone else
calumny
spreading lies about other people causing others to judge them falsely
detraction
people speak of someone's faults and failings to others
rash judgement
to assume something about that person without evidence
boasting
to brag about oneself
self-deception
lying to oneself about one's ability or behavior
martyrs
people who witness the truth about the gospel by giving up their lives
abortion
when you kill your baby before it is born
euthanasia
the act of intentionally bringing about the death of someone who is gravely ill
ordinary means
to preserve human life
extraordinary means
not to be used to preserve life of someone who cannot survive
restitution
the return or repayment of something stolen from another
adultery
two people of whom at least one person is marriedto someone else having sexual relations
Premarital sex
having sex before marriage
Artificial birth control
man made devices that prevents the conception and birth of a child
Lust
An excessive and often uncontrollable sexual desire that occurs in people who have not developed their sexuality in a healthy and responsible way
Pornography
the portrayal in words,movies,or pictures of sex or sexual activity in an obscene and degrading manner
Modesty
the virtue by which we express respect for ourselves and others by the way we dress,speak,and act
Chastity
the virtue that calls us to use our sexuality in a reasonable and faithful manner
Masterbation
the act of deliberately stimulating one's sexual organs by oneself
Promiscuity
the act of having sex with a number of partners without regard to a faithful commitment
Prostitution
the buying and selling of sex usually between strangers
Homosexuality
the condition in which a person is sexuality attracted to someone of the same sex
lying
speaking or acting untruthfully in a way that deceives someone who has the right to know the truth
hypocricy
the act of putting a falce appeareance
seal of confession
solemn obligation of a priest never to tell what has been told to him in the sacrement of Reconciliation
Reparation
the act of trying to repair or make up for the damage done by a lie
Virtue
a word that means power
Mercy
showing love and compassion to those who are suffering
Subjective
the act of being poor judges when it comes to things that mean a great deal