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Religion 7: Sacrament of Confirmation (Chapter 19)
Terms in this set (16)
What is the Sacrament of Confirmation?
Confirmation is the sacrament by which the baptized are more perfectly bound to the Church and are enriched with a special strength of the Holy Spirit.
Matter of Confirmation
Anointing with Sacred Chrism
Form of Confirmation
"Be sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit."
Minister of Confirmation
The bishop, although a priest may be delegated to administer it
Symbolic actions are used in Confirmation
Anointing with oil, laying on of hands
Called to give good example and spiritual assistance to the person who has been confirmed
Duties of the person confirmed
Witnessing to and defending the faith, living his or her baptismal promises fully
A title of the Holy Spirit, which means advocate, counselor, or helper and guide
The day when the Holy Spirit was poured out upon the apostles, enabling them to proclaim the resurrection of Jesus without fear
Wind (symbol of the Holy Spirit)
An invisible force, but one that is powerfully and really able to move things; we see it through its effects
Fire (symbol of the Holy Spirit)
Can be used to purify; shows us how the Holy Spirit cleanses our hearts from sin
To stand up for or defend
Everlasting mark on one's soul; received in the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Orders.
The materials used in the sacrament; the "stuff" on which or through which the sacrament works
The words spoken in a sacrament and sacramental actions
The third person of the Blessed Trinity
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