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relationship with God is lost
relationship with God is weakened
temperance, justice, prudence, fortitude
faith, hope, and love (charity)
This is left after receiving the sacraments
It was a ceremonial action in which the sprinkling of the blood of a sacrificed animal or water was performed to purify a person or thing ritual uncleanliness or to deliver God's people from evil
Adam and Eve's abuse of their human freedom
the desire to continue to sin
A thought, word, deed, or omission contrary to God's eternal law. An act that presumes: knowledge of wrongdoing, awareness of malice in one's content, and consent of the will.
given to us through the sacraments, also called sanctifying grace, and gives us the permanent disposition to do God's will, Temples of the Holy Spirit, and Adopted children of God through Jesus Christ
first to bring the good news in Genesis
Greek word meaning to plunge, submerge, or dip
It is an ancient Christian catechism written by an unknown author
St. John the Baptist
was a member of a group called the Essenes, practices daily washings, symbolizing purification of sin, and he performed Jesus' Baptism
the "material or physical" sign that conducts God's grace to the recipient
the words said by the minister of the sacrament
Who can minister the sacrament of Baptism?
a method of Baptism where a whole person is submerged in water.
Baptism by pouring water over the head
Home, with love and respect, setting good examples, teaching good morals, and praying together
An event or person in scripture that points forward to a later event or person
Their role is to help the baptized child lead a Christian life
the plan or calling that God has for each individual in this life and hereafter
Ex Opere Operato
the very act of receiving the particular sacrament, the soul of the recipient is marked for all eternity, an indelible mark on your soul forever
Baptism and Confirmation were instituted here; this is a Jewish festival held 50 days after Passover
spreading the faith
what the Chrism is made of for Confirmation
Oil of Catechumen
oil used in Confirmation made from the Olive plant
What day is the oil blessed by the Bishop?
gift of the Holy Spirit that helps a Christian know what to do and what not to do in a moral decision; opposite is rashness
St. Ambrose of Milan
Confirmation was first used by _______.
a requirement for receiving Confirmation
Latin for wisdom, derived from the verb to taste
matter for Confirmation
what Confirmation is called in the East Rite
age of reason, adolescent
First Communion is received at this age ____, Confirmation is received as an _____
dual or double sacraments
Baptism and Confirmation are _______
form of Confirmation
"(name), be sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit"
matter of Confirmation
minister of Confirmation
Bishop or appointed priest
Christ and Messiah mean the _____.
seventy translators who translated the OT from Hebrew to Greek, they added the seventh Gift of the Holy Spirit, Piety
Gifts of the Holy Spirit
○ Fear of the Lord
Where the gifts of the Holy Spirit are found in the Bible?
Who were the first to confirm?
Kings, Priest, Prophets
The anointed were chosen to be:____, _____, _____
an agreement between God and his people
the last sacrament of Initiation; you receive the person who give you grace
also called the Last Supper, Passion of the Christ, or Eucharist; fulfillment of OT worship
The Mass is a sacrificial meal in which we partake of the victim we have offered, transforming us into the Body of Christ
holds the Eucharist for veneration
Angel of death passed over and those who spread the blood of an unblemished male lamb were saved
holds the blessed sacrament after it has been blessed
the transformation of the bread and wine into the body and blood of Christ
confessor(priest) needs to know the true condition to prescribe the proper remedy.
A radical reorientation of one's whole life away from sin and evil and toward God
A penitential practice, consisting in abstaining from the certain kinds of food
Mortification by deprivation of food or drink, ancient religious practice
sorrow of the soul and detestation of the sin committed together with the resolution not to sin again as a result of fear of God's punishment rather than out of love of God
Sorrow of the soul and detestation of the sin committed together with the resolution not to sin again as a result of love for God above all else
An indulgence that removes part of the temporal punishment due to sin
An indulgence that removes all of the temporal punishment due to sin
A state of final purification of the soul after death but before entrance into Heaven
a habitual and firm disposition to do good
standards of conduct that are universal rather than conditioned by culture or personal preference
power of directing one's own actions and will
view that there is no absolute or universal moral or truth, resulting in a morality determined by cultural or personal preference
guiding principle of the humankind in the process of thinking
participation of man in the plan of God
the power rooted in will, to act or not to act
a moral code that prescribes what ought to be done
ethical norms revealed by God imposing obligations on a person's conscience
the theological virtue by which a Christian loves God above all things for himself and loves his neighbor for the love of God
How many gifts of the Holy Spirit are found in the book of Isaiah?
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