Religion: Q4 Exam
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Sign of soothing strengthening, and healing:
Anointing with oil
Holy Communion given to a person who is dying:
A prayer or an act that makes up for damage sin has caused:
Recalled by sprinkling with holy water:
Sign of invoking the Holy Spirit and the union of the Church with the person:
The laying on of hands
true sorrow for sin:
Pardon for sins:
A sacrament that strengthens and sometimes heals the sick:
Anointing of the Sick
A sacrament in which a God forgive sins committed after Baptism:
A sacrament that reconciles a sinner with the community:
Jesus' healing ministry continues today in the Church.
Forgiveness of sins in part of the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick.
Those who are sick can unite their suffering with Christ's and offer it for other members of the community.
Conversion of heart is shown in acts of penance.
In the Anointing of the Sick, the priest anoint the person's forehead and hands with oil of the Sick.
If we are truly sorry for our sins, we intends not to commit them again.
In the parable of the Lost Son the older son was also in need of forgiveness.
No one saw Jesus rose from the dead, but his tomb was empty.
When Jesus appeared after the Resurrection, people recognized him immediately.
Because Jesus rose from the dead, we believe that we will rise also.
After the Resurrection, Jesus was himself, but he was glorified.
Jesus acts in the sacraments directly, increasing his life in us.
Humanity will not be with God until the Parousia.
Sacramentals prepare us for the sacraments.
Although Jesus' visible presence disappeared at the Ascension, he remained with his disciples invisibility.
The early Christians knew that Jesus wouldn't return for thousands of years.
The Resurrection is a matter of faith.
The Ascension is:
Glorification of Jesus
Through Baptism, we share in Jesus' Resurrection and have:
The hope of eternal life
The Ascension is expressed in the:
When we say, "Jesus is Lord," we mean:
We believe he reigns over heaven and earth
The risen Lord appeared to:
those who believed
The Gospel accounts of the Resurrection:
They all agree there was an empty tomb but believers saw Jesus
The greatest event in human history is:
Before he ascended, Jesus foretold that his followers would:
Three ways we meet the risen Lord are:
the sacraments in the Eucharist, the Scripture, and the faith in the Community
In the Eucharist, we experience:
An encounter with the risen Lord
The special grace of God dwelling in us:
The virtue that empowers us to respect the rights of other and to give them their due:
Giving because of the belief that God can't or won't help us:
The virtue that empowers us to control the desire for pleasure:
An attitude or way of living that enables you to do good:
The moral virtue that empowers us to decide what is good:
The virtue by which we accept as true all that God has revealed and teaches through the Church:
The moral virtues that empowers us to love God and to give God first place in our lives:
The moral virtue that give us courage to do what is right:
The desire to do what is right comes from the:
At Baptism, God comes to dwell in us.
Jesus told Nicodemus that we need rebirth by water and the spirit to enter the Kingdom.
Prudence is the virtue that directs us to decide what is good.
Urges to do what is right are graces from the Holy Spirit.
the most important virtue is charity. (Love)