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Chapter 7: Religion Test
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These weaken our relationship with God but do not destroy divine life in our souls.
A goal for our lives; this is a gift that we desire for eternal life.
A study of the "last things."
This is a time when we hear the Kingdom of God proclaimed.
Liturgy of the Word
A determination will be made at this time whether we go to Heaven immediately, need purification in Purgatory, or suffer the punishments of Hell.
The Second Coming of Christ when the Lord will judge the living and the dead.
Its principal punishment is separation from our loving God.
Catholic belief in this is based on Biblical passages that encourage us to pray for the dead.
It includes three groups: the pilgrim Church, the Church suffering, and the Church triumphant.
Communion of Saints
To name, define and give one example of the fruits of the Holy Spirit
One of the fruits of the Holy Spirit is charity. This is the act of giving and serving someone who needs help. You can give money to a charity for people in need.
Define conversion and name one example of conversion from the movie God's Not Dead.
Conversion is when someone comes from a different religion or none at all and converts to believing God. An example is Professor Raddison, before he died he believes rather than not believing at all.
Name and explain the three parts of the communion of saints.
1)the pilgrim Church (those who are living today on earth; also known as the Church militant.
2)the Church suffering (those undergoing purification in Purgatory)
3) the Church triumphant (the blessed in heaven)
Our final communion with the Blessed Trinity, Mary, the angles, and all the saints.
The masterpiece of God's creation is what?
-Human being (made in the image and likeness of God. Human beings are capable of thinking, of making choices, of loving)
Even though God didn't have to create us, why did he?
To share the divine life and love that flows from within the Blessed Trinity. Everything God made has ESSENTIAL GOODNESS.
What does the Sacrament of Baptism celebrate and symbolize?
-celebrates the marvels of God
-symbolizes our re-creation and re-birth into the Church.
________________ proclaims God's presence and activity in the world and brings true life, companionship, and a share in God's own life to the Church.
The Incarnation of the Son of God is an essential truth of our faith: _______________________
Jesus Christ is God-made- man, Emmanuel, "God is with us"
What did God accomplish by becoming the flesh in the Person of Jesus Christ.
-the work of our salvation
The ________ help us celebrate the wonder of the Incarnation.
The Lord continues to come to us in special moments of our lives like........
God comes to us at birth (Baptism), in illness and death (Anointing of the Sick).
In the Seven Sacraments, ordinary objects and actions -bread and wine, water and oil, human touch- become instruments of what?
What is another wonder or truth that flows from God?
The Gospel of the Good News
The structure around which the Good News was preached is ................ ushering in the kingdom of God.
What does Jesus reveal in his teachings and parables?
He reveals the true nature of God (a loving Abba, a gentle father who cares deeply for his children and will do anything to nourish, teach, welcome, and save them.)
Jesus' __________________ began the process of healing the world through peace, justice, and love.
Public life (Through him, the Father is drawing all men, woman, and children to him. Salvation is taking place right now through Jesus)
___________ means a change of mind, a turning from our sin so one can be open to Jesus and his message.
___________________ to God's Kingdom requires faith, that is, a hole-hearted acceptance of and commitment to Jesus, his message, and his example.
Jesus calls his people to __________, that is, turning our hearts and minds away from sin.
Conversion (This means we must give up whatever is keeping us from God- fighting and complaining, senseless competition where we try to best others and their needs, and so forth.
Service, peace, harmony, and loving God above everything and our neighbor as ourselves- these are the necessary ___________ for God's Kingdom to reign in our hearts.
Christ's work of Redemption, whereby "dying he restored our death, and rising he restored our life," is accomplished principally by the _______________, his Passion, Death, Resurrection, and Ascension into Heaven.
The Paschal Mystery is celebrated and made present in the liturgy of the Church, and its saving effects are communicated in the sacraments, especially the ______________.
What does the Eucharist do?
It helps us participate in the Paschal Mystery by giving us the Lord himself in Holy Communion. Q
The Holy Spirit guides us to.......
-live the Beatitudes and the Christian and human virtues
-recognize sin in our lives and turn from it
-put into practice Christ's command to love both God and neighbor as part of the Church community which is the Body of Christ
God's love comes to us through the Holy Spirit who is poured into our ___________.
The mission of Christ and the Holy Spirit is brought to ______________ in the Church.
The _______________ are perfections that the Holy Spirit forms in us as the first _____ of eternal glory. The tradition of the Church lists twelve of them.
Fruits of the Holy Spirit; fruit
The what is present in all the sacraments.
The Holy Spirit
One day all of us will face death defined as the _________ of the eternal soul from the body.
God did not originally intend for us to die. What is death we pay a price for?
Jesus Christ has rescued us from our natural fate; __________________
He has conquered death
In faith we imitate Jesus and say "______________"
"Father, into your hands I commend my spirit."
God rested human beings with bodies of flesh. The term ________ refers to humans in our state of weakness and morality.
God's Son took on a human body in order to redeem it. Furthermore, the "____________" completes the creation and Redemption of the human body.
"Resurrection of the flesh"
It means that not only will our _______________ live on after death, but our mortal will also come to life.
These interlocking truths of the resurrection of our bodies and the gift of everlasting life are fundamental Christian beliefs, based on our faith in the _____________________.
Lord's own resurrection
We beleive immediately after death, God will judge us in a particular judgement that refers our lives to Christ. We will receive entrance into _______- immediately or through a purification- or immediate damnation.
At __________, our souls will separate from our human bodies, which we do know corrupt
At the _____________________- by the power of the most Blessed Trinity will raise our bodies in a way that goes beyond our imagination and understanding.
Our ______________ will be made incorrupt, and they will rejoin our souls. God will raise all people, good and evil, from the dead on the last day.
In a _____________________, he will make our bodies incorruptible when they reunite with our souls.
Miracle of God's love
We will never feel pain, and our bodies will shine brightly, reflecting the glory of the Beatific Vision, that is ____________________ in heaven.
"Seeing God face to face"
We also believe that God will transform all _______ creation in Christ, creating a suitable environment where our resurrected, glorified bodies will thrive for eternity.
Christians believe that the resurrection of both the just and unjust will come immediately before the _________ or __________________.
Last or general Judgement
On the at least day of human history, the ________________ will come again.
Risen Glorified Lord
The _______________ in the presence of all the angels, will separate the sheep (good people) from the goats(evil people).
Son of Man
Since we do not know the exact hour of Christ's return and our final judgement,___________
We should alway be ready
The Holy Spirit gives Catholics the power and the mission of cooperating with Christs work of freeing people from the ____________ of sin.
The ____ and ______ that God has in store for us is indeed something for which to hope and pray.
Joy and happiness
If we die in God's friendship and grace, and are perfectly purified, we will receive the reward of a life of perfect ___________ in heaven.
Although we will have perfect communion with him, we will both retain and find our true individual identities as his brother or sister. We will continue to fulfill God's will in Heaven and will _______________________ forever.
Reign with Christ Jesus
If we do not have a well-planned, positive goal in life, wrong turns can lead us to a place we do not want to be. There is no goal more worthwhile than ____________.
Getting to Heaven
__________ is the name the Church gives to the final purification or cleansing to achieve the holiness necessary to enter to enter Heaven.
The __________, "purification: makes sense To embrace an all-loving God we must be free of any _____________ in our own capacity to love.
Only a pure person can enter Heaven to embrace the all-holy God. Not everyone who dies has ____________ himself or herself of her venial sin or any punishment due sins that are present at death.
Purgatory involves "_________" to our sins and selfishness, a process that is both joyful and painful.
Hell is defined as an eternal separation from God brought by deliberate (....) sin.
Its principal punishment is separation from our loving God who created us with the intention that we would find and seek, love, joy, and happiness- our ___________ that only God can satisfy.
God dies not predestine anyone for Hell. God made us to ___________.
Those who freely choose to commit mortal sin by refusing to love God, and die without repenting of their lack of love, their own free choices will forever _________________ from God.
The _____________ of Hell is related to our belief that God is a loving God who made us truly free. God respects our freedom, even if, out of pride, we choose to reject his love, grace, and mercy.
God doesn't send anyone to Hell; ___________ mortal sin does.
The existence of Hell should ......
Not frighten us
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