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matlak religion unit 4
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Sacrifice of Mass, not a mere recollection of a past event but a mystical participation in the same event; a "re-presentation" in which the event is "made present" again
the public and authoritative act of the church to protest or liberate a person, place or object from the power of the devil in the name of Christ
Lamb of God
the title by which St. John the Baptist identified Christ, whose type in the Old testament is the victim sacrificed for the passover meal during the exodus
Fictitious narratives or allegories used often by christ to illustrate and explain moral or spiritual principles
the breadline food that God provides the Israelites during their forty years in the wilderness, which served as a sign of God's Providence and loving presence among his people
Greek for "self-emptying"; a reference to the Son of God "emptying himself" in order to take on human nature to redeem the world.
This saint wrote a treatise on the Gospel of St. John that includes an examination of Christ's significance as "the light of the world"
During the Exodus each hebrew family sacrificed a spotless lamb to keep the Angel of Death from their homes; that event lends its name typologically to this, in which Christ sacrificed himself to redeem all people from sin and death
The upper room in which the Last Supper and the Descent of the Holy Spirit occurred
bread of life
In establishing the Eucharist Christ fulfilled what he said in this discourse, in which he offered eternal life to those who eat his flesh.
A devotion in which the faithful recite prescribed prayers while meditating on specific mysteries in the life of Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary
the principal celebration of the Church in which the mystery of salvation through participation in the sacrificial Death and glorious Resurrection of Christ is renewed and accomplished
Christ established the Church to teach the Gospel, to make disciples of every nation, and to impart the grace of the redemption through these people who answer the call to conversion and repentance
Pope St. John Paul II called Christ's miracle here his "self-manifestation"
the transfiguration provided unmistakable proof of this aspect of Christ's nature
the event at which Christ instituted the Sacraments of the Eucharist and Holy Orders
The order established by God in Jesus Christ to succeed and perfect the Old Covenant
From the greek for "thanksgiving"; the principal Sacraments of the Church
Christ pointed to these as causes for belief, even for those who doubted his preachings
These mysteries of the Rosary focus on key events in Christ's public life
one of the three apostles who beheld the Transfiguration; later, he wrote of the complementarity of faith and works
what do the luminous mysteries of the rosary meditate?
meditations on the public life of christ and the unfolding of his role in redemption
what are the five luminous masters of the rosary?
baptism of Jesus, the wedding at cana, the proclamation of the kingdom, the transfiguration and the institution of the Eucharist
what is the fruit of: the baptism of Jesus?
openness to the holy spirit
what is the fruit of: the wedding at cana?
to Jesus through Mary
what is the fruit of: the proclamation of the kingdom?
repentance and trust in God
what is the fruit of: the transfiguration?
desire for holiness
what is the fruit of: the institution of the Eucharist?
life of adoration
what does the Baptism of Christ indicate?
the acceptance of His mission as the Messiah to save us from sins
what does the baptism of Christ anticipate ?
His death and resurrection
what do the 40 days that Christ spent praying and fasting symbolize?
a time of preparation for an important event
what do the 40 days that Christ spent praying and fasting a prototype for?
what does the wedding feast at cana prefigure?
the heavenly banquet
what was Christ's first public miracle and why did he perform it?
turning water into wine at the wedding of cana; He did it because it was at his mother's request
what gospel links wedding at cana and mary's presence at the foot of the cross?
the kingdom of god has come in the______________ and grows mysteriously in the _______________ of those incorporated into him
person of Christ; hearts
what do christ miracles reveal about his mission and kingdom?
they show his divinity; it shows that he himself is the Son of God and was sent to establish his kingdom on Earth; they show that God reigns over all and we all are invited
what did christ often point to as proof of His divinity? Why?
miracles because they were physical manifestations of God's presence among the people; and only God can cure people and perform miracles
why is the story of the healing of the paralytic important?
because only God can forgive sins
what is the culmination of Christ's redemptive mission?
His death and resurrection (paschal mystery)
the four main reasons for why the transfiguration represented an unfolding of God's plan of redemption:
1) it reveals Christ's divine nature
2) presents Christ as the fulfillment of the law and the prophets
3)prepares apostles for Christ's passion and death
4)gave us a foretaste in Christ's glory an the glory in heaven
who the three apostles present at the Transfiguration?
peter, james and john
who were the two figures who appeared with Christ at the Transfiguration and what did they each represent?
in what sense is the redemption already accomplished but still continuing?
redemption already accomplished by Christ's sacrifice but is still continuing through the Church as it applies to us as individuals.
what is the greatest evil and why?
spiritual suffering because that bondage of sin prevents our human freedom and draws us to destruction
what does Christ's ability to forgive sins and exorcise demons indicate?
it shows he is the son of God and has power over the devil and the devil's works
_____________ is the essence of our proper response to Christ in the announcement of his kingdom
what is Bread of Life Discourse and how is it connected to the Last Supper?
the Bread of Life Discourse foreshadows what is going to happen at the Last Supper
when did Christ give bishops and priests the authority to act in 'persona Christi capitis' and what does this mean?
at the Last Supper when he institutes the Eucharist and the Holy Orders of priesthood; it means 'in the person of Christ the head'
at mass, are we faithfully, literally or metaphorically present at christ passion, death, resurrection and ascension? How?
literally; its a mystical participation in Christ's paschal mystery and is a representation (it's being made present again)
what is Christ's new commandment of love?
love one another as He has loved us
when did he give an example of the new commandment of love for the apostles to follow and what did it reveal?
washing of the feet; reveals that in order to love in this way, it is required to have humility and a humble service towards others
what are the three main reasons that Christ established the church
1) to teach the Gosples
2)to make disciples of all nations
3)impart the grace of redemption through the sacraments
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