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Theology semester 2 Exam
Unit 7 missing
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A severe penalty that results from grave sin against the Church Law.
A major break caused by the refusal to submit to communion with the Pope and Church members
A state of final cleansing before entering Heaven
The 2 Theological principles that were at the heart of the Protestant Reformation
Sola Scriptura and Sola Gratia are two theological principles that were at the heart of the Protestant Reformation. Sola Scriptura means "Scripture alone", and Sola gratia means that the grace of God will bring us to salvation
The ecumenical movement was a movement made by popes and bishops throughout the years that promoted unity and understanding of all Christian denominations. Also, Ecumenism is an effort of Christians of all denominations and cultures to be in more union with each other and understand each other better through various activities.
The two goals are
Promote unity of all Christian denominations
Work on service and leadership activities with different denominations
ecumenical movement and goals?
Together, Sacred Scripture and _ are a single deposit of the Word of God
One of the most pressing issues the Church must work to transform in the world is what Pope John Paul 2 called the
Culture of Death
Separation of state and CHurch means no national
We honor or _ saints and ask for their prayers
Baptism is another Christian denomination is recognized as _ by the C. Church
The Church is united by bonds of faith, worship, and Apostolic Succession
A heresy occurs when a person on purpose rejects a dogma of Church
The ancient Roman Empire was divided in half, into north and south
The Current Schism between S. Orthodox and the C. Church is often dated to 1054
ML, a German Monk. was the most prominent of the Protestant Reformation
Christ uses other Christian denominations as a means of salvation
The E. Orthodox Churches, though not in full communion with the CHurch, are espicially close to the C. CHurch as they are w/ A. Succession
The E. movement is an effort by Christians from different churches and communities to be more open to one another and to work to restore unity among all Christians
When we recite the Lord's Prayer at Mass, we profess our belief in the COmmunion of Saints
Liturguial Celebration is individual rather than communial
The Church has a missionary mandate to help all people to share in the communion of the Holy Trinity. _ is the main way we accomplish this mission
Everyone in the Church has a responsibility to share the _ of Jesus Christ
_ are enstructed with both the pastoral care of a specific community and the evangelization of those who do not yet know Christ
_ involves a respectful encounter between the Christian faith and a particular culture
Like any organization, the Church needs a clear and well-defined _
The ordained ministers of the Church, through the grace of __, use Christ's authority to govern, teach, and sanctify the Church
Ordained ministers of the Church make Christ present to us through the _
The Church comprises two distinct but interconnected groups: The _ and the laity
The _ is composed of the ordained ministers of the Church: bishops (including Pope) Priests,Deacons,
Saint Paul exhorts us to pray w/out
Ordained minsters of the Church include bishops, priests, and
St. Stephen was one of the original 7 _ selected by the Apostles
In Greek, Presbtyr means
Describe how the laity share the prophetic, priestly, and kingly ministry of Christ?
Prophetic ministry of the Church:
1. being like a prophet, meaning sharing the good news with the community, and recoznizing the sacraments.
2. helping society and church members believe in Christ
3. Paritcipate in religious and spiritual activities
4. Be a good example and act like a disciple of Christ
Priestly ministry of the Church:
1. helping society and church members believe in Christ
2. Participate in religious and spiritual activities
3. help the less fortunate
4. Live life like a priest, helping others being more religious and spiritual
Kingly Ministry of Church
1.Proclaim the Good News to others like a Priest and prophet does
2.Be the best religious and holy person you can be
3. Set good examples for others
4. Even though the laity is not the King, the laity can promote a holy way of living, and participate in all religious activities and ceremonies.
4. Called to follow God by serving others
Responsibilities of a Priest
anointing/ visit the sick
overseeing parish staff, religious ceremonies, and activities in the community
baptizing people into the Church
conducting the seven sacraments of the Church
lead Mass and service every Sunday
give spiritual guidance and advise to memebers and nonmenbers of the church
be a good role model for the people of the Church
Explain what a Deacon is and describe three of his primary areas of service
A deacon is an Ordained minister of the Church who serves charity through social services
Helpes with some of the sacraments
participates in the Liturgy and Eucharist
Is next to a Priest in rank of holiness
Helps with religious activities and ceremonies
In short, a Deacon is like a priest, but is more involved in the sacraments and in the Liturgy
Which of the following was part of God's plan for all eternity?
The Greek word ekklesia is translated as __________________.
Jews became part of the People of God through _________________.
Followers of Christ became members of the People of God through_______.
Jesus ___________ our suffering and has the power to bring new life out of it.
__________________ is the bridegroom who loves the Church, his bride.
The Holy Spirit is the soul of the __________________ Body of Christ.
Prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance are the __________________.
Saint Paul said that the __________________ of Christ impels us to share the truth of the Gospel.
The ultimate purpose of the Apostles' mission was to invite people to share in the __________________ between the Father and the Son in the Holy Spirit.
This word comes from the Greek word meaning "learner."
Both Saint Paul and __________________ were martyred in Rome.
As Catholics we are called to ________________.
In the Old Testament and in Jewish history, God was present and dwelt here.
The action that changes bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ
The name given to the teachings of Pope John Paul II on the human body and sexuality
Theology of the Body
The word Jesus used in describing the Holy Spirit to his Apostles
The Proclamation of the Good News of Jesus Christ through word and witness.
This is the Church's official, public, communal
prayer. It is God's work, in which the People of
Also known as a "particular" or "local" Church, this is the regional community of believers, who commonly gather in parishes, under the leadership of a bishop.
What are the meanings of the word "Church" in Christian usage?
The Word Church had three meanings: the entire community of God's people throughout the world, the local community or diocese, and the community assembled for liturgy, especially the Mass
Explain how Paul's preaching to the jews differed from his preaching to the Gentiles.
When preaching to a Jewish audience, Paul focused on the Old Testament, showing his fellow Jews how the Scriptures prophesied the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.
When he spoke in Athens to the Greeks, he noticed that they had an altar to an 'Unknown God". This God, Paul said, was the one true God who created all things. He also quoted from the Greek poets.
T/F The New Testament is perfectly clear: there is only one Church, one Body of Christ, and it is characterized by oneness or unity.
T/F Unity is the same as uniformity
T/F The Nicene Creed has authority because it comes from the Church's first two ecumenical councils, Constantinople and Nicaea.
T/F The Creed summarized truths about the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, as well as belief in the Church and other essential beliefs.
T/F The 12 Sacraments create bonds of unity within the Church, especially the Eucharist.
T/F Saint Paul emphasized that all his strength and authority was due to his education and upbringing.
T/F Jesus is the fullness of Divine Revelation
T/F Like the United States System of checks and balances, the College of Bishops can veto the Pope.
T/F Apostolic Succession is a source of unity in the Church
T/F All Christians are not called to follow the Evangelical Counsels, only men and women who profess vows in religious life.
One of two creeds of faith that has a special place in the Church's life.
Baptism, the Eucharist, and Confirmation are _____.
Sacraments of initiation
One who has received the fullness of the Sacrament of Holy Orders and is a successor to the Apostles.
Three faiths trace their faith back to Abraham: Christianity, Judaism, and _____.
The Church is _____ because she was founded on the Apostles.
Transmitted through the Scriptures and Tradition
Relating to Bishops
Of or relating to the Church
All members of the Church with the exception of those who are ordained.
God promised Moses that the would father a great nation, Israel
God gave the Israelites the 10 commandments on noun sinai
jesus' listeners learned about the kingdom not only from his words but also from his actions
saint paul was the first pope, given the role by jesus
the choice of the 12 apostles reflects the 12 tribes of israel, god's chosen people
jesus called the most talented and powerful people to follow him
the holy spirit animates, ______, and builds the church
special gifts of the holy spirit are called
we celebrate pentecost 50 days after
through moses, god made the ____ with the israelites
___ is the perfect fulfillment of the sinai covenant and the mosaic law
what do we call the line of authority in the church?
How do the events at Pentecost contrast with the tower of babel?
At the Tower of Babel, the Holy Spirit came down upon them in a different way. At Pentecost the Holy Spirit came down and aided them by giving them different languages and understand different languages. At the Tower of Babel, each person was confused by the different languages. The different languages was used to confuse them not to aid them. They were punished because people were trying to be like God.
Where did the church come from and who founded it?
Jesus assigned the Apostles to be the leaders of the community and assigned Peter to be the leader of the Church. Peter became the first Pope for the Church. Jesus sent out the Apostles to spread the news while Peter was the leader. The bishops are descendants of the Apostles and the Popes are descendants of Peter.
What is not a symbol of baptism
At the Transfiguration Christ appeared with Moses and
Why are we called to follow Jesus' example of obedience to the Father's will
He wants what is best for us
The Sermon on the Mount is
a mini Gospel and a summary of the key teachings of Jesus
Because Jesus was obedient to God the Father and suffer and died for all people, we call him
Christ, the messiah, and The New Adam
Chaplains work with other medical professionals to care for the whole person, both body and soul
Jesus' physical headings and his exorcism are seen as two different things
Illness and disability were most often associated with impurity and sin in the culture of Jesus
Baptism is a sacrament of Initiation
There were two economic classes in Jesus' time: the elites and the non-elites
Jesus was born into an elite family
The fifth Luminous Mystery is the Transfiguration
Pope John the XXIII issued the apostolic letter to include the Luminous Mysteries
The account of Jesus' baptism is told in all four Gospels
Jesus' public ministry began after his baptism and temptation in the desert
The first Luminous mystery
Baptism in the Jordan
the summit of the Church's life
the first celebration of the Eucharist
Is present in Jesus Christ
Kingdom of God
Assured Peter, James, and John that Jesus was the Messiah
The virtue by which people are able to integrate their sexuality into the total person
The act of freeing someone from demonic possession
To introduce, establish, or inaugurate
To focus strictly on what the law requires without considering the truth the law is intended to promote
the night the Lord passed over the houses of the Israelites marked by the blood of the lamb
The recognition of our deep need for God and the commitment to put God above everything in life, particularly above material wealth
poverty of heart
Something is to pay the price for its freedom
The interior voice of a person, a God-given sense of the law of God
Specially prepared priests to whom the spiritual care of a special group of people, such as hospital patients, military personnel, or migrants, is entrusted
also called the Mass or Lord's Super
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