Religion Exam Qtr. 4
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Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist
What are the Sacraments of Initiation?
Penance and Anointing of the Sick
What are the Sacraments of Healing?
Matrimony and Holy Orders
What are the Sacraments of Service?
Examination of Conscience, Sorrow for Sin, Intention not to Sin Again, Accusation of Sin to a Priest, Reception of Absolution and Penance
What are the 5 things for a Good Confession?
Chosen freely, Knowing it is wrong, Seriously wrong
What are the 3 things that make a sin serious?
It gives us a special unrepeatable mark called the Baptismal Seal. God washes away Original Sin from our souls, and we become children of the Father
What are the effects of Baptism?
The washing away of Original Sin, and becoming Children of the Father
What is the purpose of Baptism?
Gives us a special seal, or mark, that shows we are Christians. It deepens the life of Sanctifying Grace and increases it within us
What are the effects of Confirmation?
It increases the power that was first given to us at Baptism
What is the purpose of Confirmation?
Increases the life of grace within us and takes away our venial sin. Also, he makes us one with him
What are the effects of the Eucharist?
To receive Jesus Christ, and to have our venial sin taken away
What is the purpose of the Eucharist?
Takes away sin, some temporal punishment is removed, an it offers us the graces we need in order to do better in the future
What are the effects of Penance?
We are strengthened spiritually to accept God's plan for our life and venial sins are forgiven,
What are the effects of Anointing of the Sick?
God increases the spirit in these men, giving them the special powers of the priesthood.
What are the effects of Holy Orders?
Mutual love, Support, and Procreation
What is the purpose of Matrimony?
Bond that is perpetual and exclusive, spouses are strengthened and consecrated for their duties, and dignity of their state
What are the effects of Matrimony?
We are actually receiving Jesus Christ, himself and becoming one with him
Why is the Eucharist the greatest sacrament?
Gives us the grace to live a holy life
Gives us the grace to be strong in faith and loyal to Jesus as we journey to Heaven
Gives us the grace to love Jesus with all our hearts and to love our neighbor as ourself
Gives us the grace to overcome our sinful desires and actions
Gives us the grace to accept our sickness and to die a good death
Water, Blood, and Desire
What are the 3 kinds of Baptism?
Be free from Mortal sin, Fast for 1 hour, know whom you are receiving
What are the 3 things necessary to receive the Eucharist worthily?
So that we may be freed from original sin and overcome its bad effects
Why did Jesus bring us the Good News?
By learning what the Church teaches and listening to those whom God has placed over us to guide us
How can we form good consciences?
Growth in knowing what is good from what is evil
What is an important part of the sacrament of Penance?
Accepting Baptism, receive the sacraments, obey Christ's teachings, and grow in prayer
How can we be freed from original sin and overcome it bad effects?
Anger, Avarice, Pride, Sloth, Envy, Lust, Gluttony
What are the 7 Deadly Sins?
Change of Heart
The firm decision to love God and our Neighbors as more than ourselves
Supernatural and Preternatural Gifts
Adam and Eve lost what 2 gifts for us?
Staying away from certain people, places, or things
Avoid occasion of sin is...?
World (Person, Place, Thing), Flesh (Inner), Devil (Flesh is also 7 Capital Sins)
What are the 3 types of temptation?
Word, Thought, Deed, or Omission
How do we sin?
Don't seek the truth or purposefully malform our conscience
We are guilty if we...?
Knowing what leads us into it
What is the first step in overcoming sin?
To decide not to sin again and to avoid that which may lead us to sin
What is the Purpose of Amendment?
An offense done to God by disobeying his law
What is sin?
Contrition is sorrow and hatred for our sins and the resolution not to sin again
What is contrition?
Pardoning of the penitent's sins by Jesus Christ, and the Priest saying he absolves you from sin
What is Absolution?
The Last Supper
When did Jesus institute the Sacrament of Holy Orders?
The act of re-establishing friendship between two or more persons
A sacred sign that prepares us to receive grace, especially through the Sacraments
The Eucharistic devotion of Roman rite Catholics
A title for the Holy Spirit. Another definition is counselor
The order of authority in the Church
Sacrifice of the Mass
The greatest worship which the Church gives to God
Enticement to sin
Mystery of Faith
The Holy Eucharist which is the sacrifice of Jesus
Examination of Conscience
This helps us to discover our sins and work on a change of heart
The truth that the Holy Trinity lives in our souls by Sanctifying Grace
Both husband and wife love each other more than anyone else
This expresses our belief that Jesus is really and truly present with us in the Holy Eucharist
The Sacred vessel that the Host is kept in
The act of pouring oil on someone or something in a religious ceremony
This mark shows that we have been united to Jesus by Baptism and have become his adopted children
What is the sign of Baptism?
Solemn promise to God
The Laying on of hands and anointing with the Sacred Chrism
What is the sign of Confirmation?
Bread and wine together, and then the words of Consecration
What is the sign of the Holy Eucharist?
The people, places, or things that lead us to sin
What is occasion of sin?
God having love and tenderness toward weak mankind
The practice of self-denial. Usually this is little acts of kindness
Telling of sins to the Priest
What is the sign of Penance?
Anointing with the Blessed Oil of the Sick, and a prayer
What is the sign of Anointing of the Sick?
Spiritual riches that shorten or take away the time we must spend in Purgatory making up for our sins
Priesthood of the Faithful
The common priesthood
Ministerial Priesthood, which men receive through Holy Orders
The laying on of hands and the special ordination prayer
What is the sign of Holy Orders?
The bride and Groom join hands and say the Wedding Vows
What is the Sign of Matrimony?
Reverence or devotion to God or the Saints
Union and Procreation
What are the blessing of Marriage?
Bride and Groom
Who is the minister of Matrimony?
By giving graces through it and making it a model for His love for the Church
How did Jesus make Marriage a sacrament?
In (Marriage) Mass, what is usually included?
Married, Single, Religious Life (Work comes under all of these)
What are the 3 ways of life?
The first Confirmation/ Birthday of Church