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Unit 4 (Ch 4) Test Review (Distance Learning)
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What is the Greek word for church that means "what belongs to the Lord"?
Communion in the teachings of the Church, the sacraments, and the hierarchical order.
Deposit of Faith
All of the truths of the Faith that are found in both Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition.
Obligation of the faithful to accept the teachings of the Magisterium even when the teaching is not solemnly and infallibly defined.
From the Greek for helper, such a man is ordained to assist his bishop by serving the temporal and spiritual needs of the faithful.
Latin for from the chair, this refers to a binding teaching by the pope as pastor of the universal Church.
In Persona Christi
By virtue of the Sacrament of Holy Orders, the ordained priest participates in the priesthood of Christ and acts in the place of Christ, particularly in the Mass and in conferring the Sacraments.
Charism of the pope and the Magisterium that guarantees freedom from error in teachings on Faith and morals.
College of Bishops
The bishops of the Church with the pope as their head.
Communion with the Trinity and the saints on earth, in Purgatory, and in Heaven.
From the Greek for elder, such a man is ordained to assist his bishop by ministering to the faithful and celebrating many of the sacraments, including the Eucharist.
The Precepts of the Church
1. You shall attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation and rest from servile labor.
2. You shall confess your sins at least once a year.
3. You shall receive the Sacrament of the Eucharist at least during the Easter season.
4. You shall observe the days of fasting and abstinence established by the Church.
5. You shall help to provide for the needs of the Church.
Sacrament of Communion
The Church is the ___________________ because she is God's instrument to bring men into communion with God and with each other through the grace of the sacraments.
Sacrament of Salvation
The Church is the _____________________ because she is a sign and an instrument of all of the graces necessary for salvation, of communion with God, and of unity among all men.
Who can convene an Ecumenical Council?
Where was the First Ecumenical Council held?
The Vatican (Vatican City)
The last Ecumenical Council took place from 1962 to 1965. Where was it held?
Urbi et Orbi
What is the pope's first papal blessing called?
A man who is in the final stage of his formation before being ordained to the priesthood.
A man, married or single, who is ordained to serve as a deacon for life.
imparts the ministerial authority of Christ
What does the Sacrament of Holy Orders do?
When Christ called the Twelve Apostles
When was the hierarchy of the Church established?
The Church sees the goodness and truth found in other religions as a preparation for what?
Bishops, Priests, & Deacons
Who composes the visible hierarchy in the Church?
An efficacious sign of grace instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church.
The dignity among the faithful with each member contributing to the Church's mission.
What is a prime example of equality within the Catholic Church?
Some members, because of the graces available through their ordained roles, possess greater authority than others.
How can there be inequality within the Catholic Church?
A _____________ occurs when the cardinals gather together to elect a new pope. It takes place in the Sistine Chapel about 15-20 days after a pope dies or resigns.
A cardinal is a papal advisor and elector, however once a cardinal reaches the age of _____, he is no longer eligible to elect the pope.
How many votes is needed for the election of a pope?
This color of smoke during a papal election indicates that a new pope has been elected.
This color of smoke during a papal election indicates that a new pope has NOT been elected.
Successors of the Apostles who exercise the fullness of the priesthood of Christ. Their three main responsibilities are to teach, govern, and sanctify the faithful of their diocese.
The Church is not a democracy because in a democracy, political power derives from the consent of the people, whereas the power of the Church comes from ________________, not from the baptized members.
The Church's hierarchy is different from any other because the role of the upper levels of the organization is to ____________ those in the lower levels, the faithful of the Church.
Obedience of Faith
Christian faithful must hold fast to the infallible teachings of the Magisterium
The source of communion amongst the members of the Church as it unites each of us to Christ Himself.
Known as "the door" to the Church; it incorporates the faithful into the Body of Christ.
The sacraments are a means of ________________, as they bring about the grace that Christ won for us through His Paschal Mystery.
The living, teaching office of the Church, which is composed of the pope and the bishops united to him; it is infallible in matters of Faith and Morals.
Although the Eastern Orthodox Churches are not in full communion with the Pope and the Catholic Church, they do maintain ____________________________, and they validly celebrate all of the seven sacraments.
1st Stage In Formation of the Gospels
The life and teaching of Jesus: Jesus, the Son of God, lived and taught men until His Ascension.
2nd Stage In Formation of the Gospels
The oral tradition: the Apostles proclaimed orally what Jesus did and taught, now possessing a fuller understanding.
3rd Stage In Formation of the Gospels
The written Gospels: the sacred authors selected certain of the many elements that had been handed on, either orally or already in written form.
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