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Wounds to Unity
(Scavenger Hunt Cards)
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What is the source of apostasy, schism, and heresy?
As with the Fall of Adam and Eve, the consequence of sin is separation from both God and each other. It follows, therefore, apostasy, heresy, and schism, which serve only to divide the faithful, are the result of sin, which is diametrically opposed to the unity God intended for his Church.
The Catholic Church recognizes that the Orthodox Churches and Protestant communities possess elements of what two things?
Sanctification and Truth
What are some specific examples of elements that the Catholic Church, Orthodox Churches, and Protestant communities have in common?
The Sacred Scriptures, some or all of the Seven Sacraments, the theological virtues of faith, hope, and charity, and the gifts of the Holy Spirit
Can a non-Christian be considered a heretic or schismatic or be in a state of apostasy?
No, because these are states that only a baptized member of the Church can possess.
What is the most tragic wound to unity and why?
Schism because it endures over centuries and separates whole nations of peoples.
Why is it important that the Orthodox Churches, and Protestant communities contain elements of sanctification and truth?
The fact that some of these elements are present to some degree within other communities is evidence of those communities' origins (i.e., they separated from the Catholic Church) and they may provide an avenue for their eventual return to Catholic unity.
Later generations who are born into the state of schism.
Those who knowingly separate themselves from the Church—those who make the initial break from communion.
The first major schism in the Church
This occurred with the Eastern Orthodox churches and it took place in the eleventh century.
The second major schism in the Church
This occurred when various denominations were founded during the Protestant Reformation in the sixteenth century.
This wound to unity is the post‑baptismal refusal of unity with the Pope or the refusal of communion with the members of the Church.
This wound to unity is the total rejection of the Christian Faith by someone already baptized.
This wound to unity is the deliberate and persistent post‑baptismal denial of a truth of the Faith taught by the Church.
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