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Arts and Humanities
Liturgy & Sacraments: Marriage and Holy Orders
Terms in this set (30)
A lifelong covenant; a union in God, lived in Grace
Called to be servant leaders within the Church
Christ's mission was entrusted to his Apostles
Modeled on Christ being the "Bridegroom" for the Church
T/F: In the sacrament of Holy Orders, Holy Chrism is used to anoint priests hands
T/F: Priests prostate themselves at their ordination because Jesus taught this to his disciples at the Last Supper
T/F: God's grace within the Sacrament of Marriage is never lost or dissolvable
T/F: The two main ministers in the Sacrament of Matrimony are the priest and the deacon
T/F: Priests and deacons are all given the Book of Gospels, a Mitre, and a Crosier as a gift after they have been ordained
T/F: The Bishop of the diocese appoints different priests to the Parish as "co-worker," and allows them to teach, preach, an serve the community
T/F: Deacons can administer the Sacraments of Baptism and Eucharist
T/F: All Cardinals are Bishops, but not all Bishops are Cardinals
Which leader of the Church can assist and administer all 7 Sacraments?
What is the visible sign of the sacrament of Matrimony?
a. The Readings
b. The witnesses
c. The priest
d. The Rings
Which one of these commitments do men in Seminary NOT make?
a. commitment to serve the Pope, and the Bishops
b. Commitment to celibacy
c. Commitment to be a teacher to fellow Seminarians
d. Commitment to serve within the Church
After a priest is ordained, what gift is given?
a. Book of Gospels
b. A Mitre (hat)
c. Crosier (staff)
d. Paten and Chalice
What pillar of Matrimony recognizes that this is lifelong, exclusive, and monogamous union because it is a "marriage in the Lord?"
b. free consent
Based on a contract or written agreement between two people freely binding their lives together as one social entity is called?
a. civil commitment
b. civil service
c. civil ministry
d. civil marriage
A __________ administers almost all of the sacraments, while being committed to serving a congregation. He serves in the name of Christ within a specific community.
An __________ declares that a marriage thought to be valid according to Church law actually fell short of at least one of the essential elements required for a binding union.
Today the Pope and Bishops wear a __________. It goes back to the OT, when Jewish priests were required to over their heads in the presence of God a a sign of humility.
The ___________ are the successors to the apostles who have the authority to teach doctrine, and unify the diocese with the Universal Church.
The ceremony of conferring the Sacrament of Holy Orders onto the baptized men, is called an ____________.
The ________________ is the successor to Peter, and visible head of the Church. He has full, supreme power over decisions about the faith and morals of the Church.
A _______________ deacon promises a lifelong commitment to serve and assist within the Church community
_________________ is the extensive education and formation before being ordained.
A _______________ deacon intends to be ordained into the priesthood in the future
What are the TWO essential aspects of Marriage that in the eyes of the Church cannot be separated, or you can't have one wihotut the other?
1. intimate union
What does Free Consent mean in regards to Marriage?
Both people are choosing to be married. It's not forced and they're in their right mind, not drunk.
What does Vocation mean? And why are the sacraments of Marriage and Holy Orders considered the Vocation Sacraments?
Vocation means calling from God as to what you're supposed to do with your life. Marriage and Holy orders are vocational sacraments because they are two vocations you can be called to.
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