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benny midterm vocab
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destroys our relationship with God
damages our relationship with God
charity, hope, faith
remains after Confirmation, Holy Orders, and First Communion.
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 deliver God's people from evil.
an ancient Christian catechism written by an unknown author. It contains the early practice of baptism by affusion.
the first sin ever that left a mark on our soul that we must remove through Baptism.
the desire to sin after Baptism (most common one is Lust)
is the grace that you can ask for at any time
sanctifying grace: comes to you through the sacraments, permanent
first to bring good news, which can be found in Genesis
to plunge, immerse, or dip
St. John the Baptist
"material or physical sign" that conducts God's grace to the recipient//refers to the words said by the minister of the sacrament//person who administers the sacrament
Matter/Form/Minister for Baptism
immersing or pouring water over the head//"(Name), I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit."// Deacon, Priest, Bishop, or Anyone in an emergency
a method of baptizing whereby the whole person is submerged in water.
the practice of baptizing by means of pouring water over the head of the baptized.
An ancient expression for the Christian family. The family manifests and lives out the communal and familial nature of the Church as the family of God.
an event or person in Scripture that points forward to a later event or person
the sponsor of one who is baptized.
Who can be re-baptized?
Baptism can only be received once. Persons wishing to become Catholic cannot be re-baptized. If they have received a valid Baptism in another Christian denomination.
Baptism of Blood
Dying for ones faith without being baptized beforehand
Baptism of Desire
In the case of catechumens who die before they can be baptized, their desire to receive Baptism along with their repentance for sins assures them salvation.
the particular plan or calling that God has for each individual in this life and hereafter.
Ex Opere Operato
by the very act of receiving a particular sacrament, the soul of the recipient is marked for all eternity.
Baptism and confirmation were instituted on...
spreading the faith. Attracting people to Christ through word and deed
What day is the oil blessed by the bishop?
At the Chrism Mass on Holy Thursday
Being instructed by the Holy Spirit as to what actions to take so they are morally right
St. Ambrose of Milan
The word confirmation was first used by her.
to be in the right state of mind, in a right place with God
Latin for wisdom, derived from the verb to taste.
mixture of oil and balsam
For Catholics in the Eastern Rite, Confirmation is called this...
Requirements for Confirmation
age of reason, must be baptized, intent, properly disposed.
Dual or Double Sacraments
Baptism and confirmation are two sacraments that are so interconnected that they are sometimes referred to as a....
Matter/Form/Minister for Confirmation
Sacred Chrism: olive oil mixed with balsam.//"Name, be sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit."//Bishop
a solemn promise or contract regarding future action binding on the participants and fortified by an oath, expressed either in words or in symbolic action
Greek for "thanksgiving"
Eucharist of the Lord's supper
"ite, missa est."
from the latin for "mutual participation" or "oneness together": in the sense of Holy Communion, the reception of the Body adn Blood of Christ in teh Eucharist
vessel of precious metal used for exposing the Blessed Sacrament for adoration
ornamented receptacle in the church in which consecrated Eucharist is reserved for Communion
change of the entire substance of the Eucharistic bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Christ
seventy translators who translated the Old Testament from Hebrew to Greek
Gifts of the Holy Spirit
Wisdom, Understanding, Counsel, Fortitude, Knowledge, Piety, Fear of the Lord
They added the seventh gift--piety--later. Isaiah's text does not have the seventh one.
Who were the first to confirm?
in the Acts of the Apostles when St. Peter and John were to lay hands on the followers of Christ in Samaria who had been baptized.
Kings, Priests, Prophets
Once you become confirmed you are going to carry out the same duties as these.
An essential element of the Sacrament of Reconciliation, which consists in telling one's sins to the priestly minister.
A radical reorientation of one's whole life away from sin and evil and toward God. This is a central element of Christ's preaching, of the Church's ministry of evangelization, and of the Sacrament of Penance.
A penitential practice, consisting in abstaining from the use of certain kinds of food. Also refraining from sexual activity
Mortification by deprivation of food or drink. This is an ancient religious practice that denies the desires of the flesh in order to strengthen the spirit.
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
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 punsihment 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; this is for those who died in God's friendship but were only imperfectly purified.
standards of conduct that are universal, not conditioned by culture
gift from God of directing one's own action without constraint
view that there is no absolute truth or universal moral law and truth
intellectual power or faculty which is ordinarily employed by man; guiding principle of human mind
participation of man in the plan of God in relation to human life and action
power rooted in reason and will to act or not to act
moral code that prescribes what ought to be done
ethical norms, authored and revealed by God and safeguarded by Church
habitual and firm disposition to do good
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