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Arts and Humanities
Jesus is always the answer!
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What is a sacrament?
An outward sign instututed by Christ to give grace
What is grace?
God's life in us
What are characteristics of grace?
Characteristics of grace are Gift given by god, active power of love, aids and comforts , overcomes sin, helps us partake in divine life.
Producing a desired affect
What is the mission of the church and its sacraments?
To bring us closer to Christ and to help get eternal life with him in his kingdom.
Two types sin
Mortal and venial sin
Word spoken in the sacrament
Form of Baptism
Matter of Baptism
Minister of Baptism
Priest is the ordinary
Anybody is extraordinary
Form of Confirmation
"Be sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit"
Matter of Confirmation
Minister of Confirmation
Object that represents the sacramenr
Person that administers the sacrament
Wanting to receive the sacrament and being in a state of grace and without mortal sin
Baptism of water
Baptism of desire
Wanting to baptism even if it is not availiable( Moses and the prophets)
Baptism of Blood
Someone who dies for the sake of the faith is baptized by their death.
What does Ex opere operato
As long as you have the correct disposition, you will receive the sacrament
Baptism of Jesus
John baptized Jesus in the river Jordan
Effects of Baptism
Entry into the mystical body, adopted child of God,removal of Original Sin, Infused with virtues, temple of the Holy Spirit, Entry into Heaven after a life lived in Christ
Effects of Confirmation
Baptismal grace is perfected, an indelible mark is imprinted on the soul, person is rooted more deeply as a child of God, gifts of the Holy Spirit are increased, Special graces are given to a person to defend the faith
Sponsers and Godparents
Guide them to act as a witness to christ, older than 16, confirmed Catholic, being in good standing with da church
Necessity of Baptism
To enter into the mystical body of CHrist
Makes sacrifices, offer prayers, called to see christ on earth
Proclaims the Word of God in word and deed
Dignity as a child, care for the earth
Characteristics of Actual Grace
Actual: every time God helps us makes a good rescission
When we choose God we use it
Characteristics of Sanctifying Grace(habitual)
Sanctifying; Received from the sacraments. Without it we would not have a connection to God.
Foreshadowing of the sacraments in the old testament
Genesis(creation of the world) , Noah( the great flood) Moses(crossing the Red Sea) Israelites (crossing the Jordan into the promised land
What does Confirmation complete
Baptismal Grace given to us at Baptism
Why does every sacrament have a physical aspect
Because we are humans and learn through physical things
Mission of the Church and how it is continued
To continue Christ's mission on earth and they continue it through the sacraments
"I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit."
Requirements to receive Confirmation
Proper disposition , receive Baptism, state of grace
To receive Baptism
Go through education before or after
Significance of laying on of hands
The apostles did it and their cool so we do it
Baptism for Salvation
God doesn't base his decision completely on if we received baptism or not
How does water reveal the truths about Baptism
life, fruitfulness of the earth, necessary for humans, purification
God's gift of friendship and life that enables us to share his life and love
Experiencing the mind of God
Comprehend divine ministries
Any good in the world comes from God
Courage to defend and live the demands of Christian life
Being instructed by the Holy Spirit as to what actions are morally right.
Understanding that we are sons and daughters of God
Fear of the Lord
Love of God and fear of displeasing him
Foundational sacraments of the Christian life
Baptism and Confirmation and Eucharist
The lasting effect of a sacrament which leaves a mark on ones soul
Being made right with God
To plunge, immerse, or dip
A method of baptizing whereby the whole person is submerged in water.
Gift given to us by God
Oath soldiers took that pledged allegiance to the army and stuffffffs
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