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Arts and Humanities
Chapter 5 Sacraments Study Guide
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-to give thanks
-source and summit of the Christian life
-part of 3 sacraments of Initiation
Why is the bread and wine used for the Eucharist?
-The manna in the desert commemorated the Israelites' liberation from Egypt (Exodus 16)
-Jesus' conversion of water to wine at the Cana wedding announced his mission (Jn.2:1-11)
when did Jesus initiate the Eucharist?
the Last Supper
when were all of the Old Testament sacrifices fulfilled and perfected?
during the sacrifice of Jesus on the Cross
In the Body and Blood of Christ...
"the whole Christ is truly, really and substantially contained."
change of substance
requirements for formal reception
-we must examine our conscience and be in a state of grace
-must fast for one hour prior to receiving (except water)
Latin word for mass
"to send forth"
the priest sends us or commissions us to go out to the world in the name of Jesus and do what?
spread the Gospel into our lives
The Eucharist helps us do what?
form and build the Church
we are drawn to participate in the...
we are filled with what?
We are given the strength to...
We can help strengthen the unity of all Christians through what?
mystery of baptism
purifies our original sin and all sin in the moment of baptism
visible sign of invisible reality of baptism
water being poured=washing of sins away
efficacious sign of baptism
-no longer have original sin
-we are part of the Body of Christ
minister for baptism
in an emergency any baptized person
form of baptism
"I baptize you in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
matter of baptism
frequency of baptism
one in your life
mystery of confession
cleansing of sins through with absolution of the priest
visible sign of invisible reality of confession
extending hand, "Your sins are forgiven" and sins are forgiven
efficacious sign of confession
cleansed of sins- grace to sin no more
minister for confession
form of confession
words of absolution
matter of confession
sincere contrition, confession, and penance
frequency of confession
as often as necessary-minimum once a year
mystery of confirmation
transforms us internally into Soldiers of Christ
visible sign of invisible reality of confirmation
Laying on of hands and anointing with chrism seals us with the gifts of the Spirit
efficacious sign of confirmation
Bound to the Church in Christ more perfectly
minster of confirmation
form of confirmation
be sealed with the gifts of the Holy Spirit
matter of confirmation
laying of hands
frequency of confirmation
once in your life
mystery of eucharist
the real presence of christ; body and blood truly present in the bread and wine
visible sign of invisible reality of eucharist
bread and wine-body and blood of christ
efficacious sign of eucharist
taken up into unity with Christ, Cleanses venial sin and prevents future and mortal sin
minister for eucharist
form of eucharist
words of consecration
matter of eucharist
win and unleavened bread
frequency of eucharist
twice a day
mystery of marriage
binding of souls together in the covenant
visible sign of invisible reality of marriage
hows us the Trinity's love/Christ for the Church
efficacious sign of marriage
unity of spouses and procreation of children
minister for marriage
form of marriage
matter of marriage
consent of the couple
frequency of marriage
once until one dies
mystery of anointing of the sick
how sacrament fills you with strength in moment of suffering
visible sign of invisible reality of anointing of the sick
anointing with oil is healing your soul and preparing you for your journey to heaven
efficacious sign of anointing of the sick
filled with love, strength, hope and peace
minister of anointing of the sick
form of anointing of the sick
through this holy anointing may the Lord in his love help you with the grace of the Holy Spirit
matter of anointing of the sick
as often as necessary when you are sick
the church's official form of worshipping the Father
the doctrine tat Jesus Christ is truly present in his Body and Blood under the form of bread and wine in the Eucharist
-the opportunity to worship God at school
-to celebrate the Eucharist with the school community
-to find opportunities to spend time with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament
what sets catholic schools apart from their counterparts?
-Breaking of Bread
-Holy and Divine Liturgy
what are other name for the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist?
it concludes with a "sending forth" of the faithful so that they may fulfill God's will in their daily lives
Why is the Eucharist commonly known as mass?
"Master to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life. We have come to believe and we are convinced that you are the Holy One of God."
what was peter's response to Jesus when asked if the Apostles were planning to leave also?
shared peace offerings
part of the food was given to God while the people ate the other part
the offering was completely destroyed as an act of thanks to God for all his blessings
the burnt offering and pouring of sacrificial blood of animals sealed the solemn agreement
priests offered these sacrifices to God, asking for forgiveness of sins the people committed
-Readings from the Apostles
-Homily that explained the readings from catechumens in the group
-Dismissal of catechumens
-Offering of gifts of bread and wine
-Thanksgiving prayer over these gifts
-Breaking of Bread
-Reception of the Body and Blood of Christ by all present
according to the apostolic tradition, what was the basic pattern of the celebration of the Eucharist?
The whole substance of the bread is changed into the substance of the body of Christ our Lord, and the whole substance of the wine is changed into the substance of his blood
What did the Council of Trent teach regarding the consecration of bread and wine?
that is the way it was first shared at the Last Supper
Why is reception of Communion under both species considered more complete?
augments our union with Christ
what is the principle effect of the Sacrament of the Eucharist?
What are the Three OT Divisions?
Explain the reasonable string of inferences that follow from a chance approach to origins and those which follow a cause approach to origin
Where did Hosea live and prophesy?
What are the seven plagues of Naomi
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