Theology 11 Semester 1 Study Guide NDCL
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as we pray
so we believe
so we live
foundation of prayer, all of our prayers and their answers are God's gifts
source of all prayer, trust and obedience, shown by sacrifice
something in Christ
something in Heaven
Faith, Hope, Love, and Humanity
four prerequisites of prayer
prayer of praise, humility=amazement, praise=our response to faith, adoration stems from faith, faith is pure praise
blessing list should include... life (time, family, friends, mental/spiritual gifts), our existence, salvation, and God's grace
an expression of our relationship with God, sinner who have turned away
asking on behalf of another
sign of our humility, we need Him
Adoration, Thanksgiving, Repentance, Intercession, and Petition
Purposes of Prayer (ATRIP)
Old Testament Images
God foreshadows the Church by drawing his people to himself through the prophets and covenants
When Jesus died on the Cross. Pentecost.
Birth of Church? Revealed to us?
the descent of the Holy Spirit on the disciples of Jesus after his Ascension
first pope, rock of the Church
preacher, first martyr
replaced Judas, apostle
guiding voice for many
persecuted Christians before his conversion, wrote letters
angel told him to spread the word, converted Ethiopian Eunuch, was swept away by the Holy Spirit
converted and baptized with Phillip's help
friend of God
saw a vision of angels, told to meet with Peter
The Council of Jerusalem
a meeting described in Acts of the Apostles
journeys that fulfilled someone's vocation or calling of the Church to spread the faith
stay in communication with people and places Paul visited
Purpose of Pauline Letters?
Mission, Tradition, Authority, Good Held in Common, Share in the Paschal Mystery, and Expectation of the Second Coming
Themes of Pauline Letters?
People of God
Vine and Branches
we must love Christ and others, Jesus sustains us so that we may bear great fruit
us, the people, God is our Shepherd
Christ and the Church are united as one
Salt and light
we should spread the good news, flavor and love of Christ be it ourselves
we come together as "living stones" to make the Church
we are God's children (brothers and sisters) and are united as a family in Christ
One, Holy, Catholic, Apostolic
Marks of the Church?
United, The Great Schism, Protestant Reformation, Ecumenism
How is the Church one?
The Great Schism
divided Christianity into two: Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox over pope
period in Europe where many people broke away from the Church
movement to restore unity among all Christians
called by saints to love and serve others, Mary and saints are models of holiness
How is the Church Holy?
Universal mission: we are called to be missionaries and be like apostles, diverse rights form cultural practices
How is the Church Catholic?
Apostolic succesion, authority, infallibility, indefectiblity, pope, bishop, priest, deacon
How is Church Apostolic?
helps the Church to continue, means that we are called to continue the Church
pope's teachings are without error because they are guided by the Holy Spirit
church will never die until the second coming of Christ because it is guided by the Holy Spirit