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Service, spirituality, community, compassion, Marian identity, and empowerment.
What are the six core values?
a relationship with God
Faith to the Church is also...
In what year was Marian opened?
It is in human nature to make bad moral choices that keep us from the good that God wants for us.
One of the lessons of the second story of creation in the Bible(Adam and Eve) is...
Things that God wants us to know for the sake of our salvation
Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition
What are the two forms of divine revelation?
we can know some things about it, but we will never completely understand it
In religious terms, a "mystery" is best described as...
Humans were created by God, on purpose, in God's own image
The first story of creation in the Bible was intended to teach us that...
In what year did the Order of the Servants of Mary begin with the seven men who lived outside of Florence, Italy?
Having a connection to or aspiring to be like Mary
The core value of Marian Identity means...
The Servites came to America in the late 1800s to serve in schools. Where did they come from?
What is the "dome" that God creates in order to separate the waters giving humans space to live?
The fullness of God's revelation
Divine Biblical Inspiration
The belief that God have the human authors of the Bible the ideas to write about, but then allowed them to express in their own ways
The French young woman who started the school for girls in Cuves, France.
The core value that is of primary importance to the servants of Mary
Sr. Marian (Marcella)Sitzman
Marian's first principal.
The Bible is true and without errors when it comes to faith truths
The general process of coming to know who or what God is.
Getting an idea from outside of ones self and being motivated to act upon that idea
God making himself known to us for the sake of our salvation
The beliefs that Jesus taught the apostles, who then passed them onto us through the teachings of the Catholic Church
The coming to know something about God through nature and the human person
The teaching that God, by nature, is beyond this world and beyond the comprehension of human beings
The Catholic way of reading and interpreting the Bible where we have to take into consideration the context of the passage
The Vatican II document that spells out what the Catholic Church believes about the Bible and how we should interpret the Bible
Ignoring the author's intention and interpreting the Bible in a literal way
Taking a passage out of context to prove that you are right and the other person is wrong
These people engage in biblical criticism and then write books about it to help us better understand the Bible
The Old Testament was originally written in this language
The New Testament was written in this language
Critical analysis of scripture
The general in depth study of the Bible using a variety of methods
The practice of taking a single passage in the Bible and examining it critically to find the faith truths contained in it
The teaching function of the Catholic Church that is made up of the Pope and Bishops.
How many books are in the Bible?
Freedom of slavery in egypt
Moses leads the Israelites out of Egypt- Passover: the 10th plague that convinces the pharaoh to let them free
God gives the Israelites the 10 commandments- keeping the law would bring good things to them
King David united tribes into one Israelite kingdom- high point of Jewish wealth and power in ancient times
Israelite kingdom is taken over by the Babylonians - Solomon's temple in Jerusalem is destroyed
First person god makes a covenant with- God gave him and his descendants the land of Canaan and promised to look after them- known as father of many faiths
Leads the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt- receives the Sinai covenant on behalf of the Israelites
Spiritual leader of the Israelites before the Kingdom years- anointed the first two Israelite kings
Israelites' greatest King- prophesied that the messiah would be a descendant of David
Focuses on God developing a relationship with the Israelites and the law to live by
Tells the history of the Jewish people up to Jesus' time
Delivered messages from God, warning them to keep the law and giving them hope
Expressed God's covenant love in a way that expressed the emotions and the beliefs of people in a poetic way
Jesus' life, death, and resurrection
We believe that we are saved by this- it is how God fulfilled the promise
Paul has an experience of the risen Christ and becomes a leader of the early church
Paul and other church leaders travel around the Roman Empire and spread christianity
God becomes human in jesus
First leader of the church(Pope) because of his rock like faith
A leader in early church- wrote many letters in the Bible
Jesus' mother- holds a special place in catholicism
4 books that tell about Jesus' actions and teachings
Act of the Apostles
Tells the history of the early Christian Church
Letters from early Church leaders to early churches explaining Christian beliefs
Revelation(NT book section)
Gives the Christian Church hope that God will triumph over evil