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Unit 5 Review: Redemption Through the Paschal Mystery
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The entry of Christ's humanity into divine glory forty days after his Resurrection
Agony in the Garden
The mental, moral, and physical pain that Christ suffered in Gethsemane, where he prayed after the Last Supper but before his arrest
Descent of the Holy Spirit/Pentecost
The Third Person of the Blessed Trinity's coming upon the Apostles, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and other disciples ten days after the Ascension
Stations of the Cross
The pious practice of meditating on Christ's Passion, Death, and Resurrection, especially during the Season of Lent
Penance and Reconciliation
The Sacrament by which Christ forgives sins committed after Baptism; the power to do this was handed on to his Apostles, who have handed it on to their successors down to the present day
The Sacrament by which the mission entrusted by Christ to his Apostles continues to be exercised in the Church through the laying on of hands
The Resurrection is the bodily rising of Christ from the dead on the _________________________ after his Death and burial.
Christ's work of redemption accomplished principally by his Passion, Death, Resurrection, and Ascension and celebrated and made present in the Church's liturgy
The Cenacle where Christ and the Apostles celebrated the Last Supper and where the Apostles, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and other disciples received the Holy Spirit on Pentecost
A form of execution in which the prisoner is nailed or otherwise af xed to a cross and left to die, usually of asphyxiation
An efficacious sign of grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to his Church, by which divine life is dispensed through the work of the Holy Spirit
The Blessed Virgin Mary
Who was assumed, body and soul, into heaven at the end of his or her earthly life?
It was God's plan that Christ should suffer and die.
Personal encounter with Christ
St. Thomas was not the only "doubter" since each of the Apostles' belief in the Resurrection developed only after a ____________________________.
Innocent and harmless
Pontius Pilate did not understand Christ but believed him to be _________________________.
Christ's Resurrection was similar to Lazarus's restoration to life.
Be with us always until the end of time
Christ said that he had to return to the Father, but he also promised to ___________________.
A Jewish crowd demanded the release of an insurgent accused of rebellion and murder, rather than Christ. What was the name of the insurgent?
Christ's humanity entered heaven, and His messianic kingdom was inaugurated with this event.
Christ's consoling words to the criminal known as the
__________________________ reveal that the gates of heaven were on the verge of being opened at his Crucifixion.
We can share in the life and love of God, and we can celebrate and participate in our own redemption by participating in and receiving these.
Only after His Ascension, did the Body of Christ show forth its full and unveiled glory as it had at the ____________________________.
The Roman governor Pontius Pilate order the ____________________ of Christ in a failed attempt to placate the crowd that was calling for Christ's execution.
Did some of Christ's disciples expect him to rise from the dead because he had plainly predicted it in their hearing?
lives of the saints
The ___________________________ are some of the greatest confirmations of the victory of the Resurrection.
not to blame
Although some Jewish authorities sought the death of Christ, all of his Jewish contemporaries were ___________________________.
Although his Crucifixion appeared to be a defeat, the Passion, Death, Resurrection, and Ascension of Christ made possible our__________________________.
Adding dramatically to his suffering as he prayed in the Garden of _____________________________ was Christ's knowledge that his deeds of loving service and self-sacrifice would prove futile for so many who would insist on refusing his friendship and mercy.
Although some of the Jewish authorities were among the antagonists in the trial of Christ, the members of the __________________________ were a divided body, including at least two who were followers of Christ secretly.
The act of "self-emptying"—in Greek, ______________________________—was taught by St. Paul to describe Christ's life of sacri cial love, the essence of his entire existence.
With the words, "It is ____________________________," Christ died, his mission of redemption having been completed.
Christ remained silent before ______________________________, the Roman tetrarch of Galilee, who sent him back to Pontius Pilate dressed mockingly in regal garments.
During the Agony in the Garden, Christ asked his Father to remove "this ______________________________ " of suffering, but only if it was his will.
According to the Catechism, no. 598, "In her Magisterial teaching of the faith and in the witness of her saints, the Church has never forgotten that '______________________________ were the authors and the ministers of all the sufferings that the divine Redeemer endured.'"
According to a quote in the Catechism, no. 598, "Those who plunge themselves into disorders and crimes ______________________________ the Son of God anew in their hearts (for he is in them) and hold him up to contempt" (Roman Catechism I, 5, 11; cf. Heb 12:3).
Respond in faith
There has never been, and never will be, a single human person who is outside the reach of the Redemption. We have only to __________________________ in order to reap the superabundant grace and receive the new and eternal life that is offered to us.
"He was wounded for our transgressions, / he was bruised for our iniquities"; Isaiah describes Christ's Passion amid a prophecy about the ____________________________.
Raised [Resurrected from the dead]
According to St. Paul, If Christ has not been ____________________, then we are misrepresenting God, still lost in our sins, the most pitiable of all men, and our preaching and our faith is in vain.
The chief priests were so threatened by Christ's popularity that an argument that one man (Christ) should die in order to preserve the Jewish nation was made by ____________________________, the high priest.
God can bring great good out of evil and tragedy
The redemption is the greatest example of the truth that ____________________________________.
Without the ____________________________ there would have been no redemption, we would have no resurrection of our own to anticipate, and all people would have remained in bondage to sin.
Mystery of Faith
As we proclaim in the ___________________________ at Mass, Christ's Death and Resurrection have set us free.
St. Mary Magdalene
Who was one of the first people to see the risen Christ but did not recognize him initially.
According to the Catechism, no. 654, "The ___________________________________ has two aspects: by his death, Christ liberates us from sin; by his Resurrection, he opens for us the way to a new life."
We participate in Jesus' Paschal Mystery by uniting this to Jesus'.
The Divine Nature
The Word became flesh in order to enable us to partake in this.
Royal high priest
As the mediator of the sixth covenant, what is Jesus' role?
God fulfills all of His previous promises
What is the blessing of the sixth covenant?
The ___________________ of the sixth covenant are to believe in Jesus Christ, to be Baptized, to receive the Eucharist, and to live by all Jesus taught.
The form of the sixth covenant is the Church, but what is the sign by which the covenant is to be celebrated and remembered?
Jesus truly experienced the condition of _________________ between the time He expired on the cross and the time He was raised from the dead.
Free the just who had gone before him
Jesus did not descend into hell to deliver the damned, nor to destroy the hell of
damnation, but to ______________________________. Jesus' descent into hell brings the Gospel message of salvation to complete fulfillment.
The Paschal mystery ______________________ all of the reasons for the Incarnation.
The Holy Mass is the _________________________ of the Paschal mystery—the one and only sacrifice of Christ on Calvary, which occurred over two thousand years ago, is made present to us.
In this sacrament, we die with Christ and are raised with Him to new life in the Holy Spirit.
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