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sacramnets of initiation, baptism
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sb whos unbaptized, learning abt catholic faith in preparation for initiation into the church.
introduction or welcoming of a new member into a group.
any sin that we, ourselves commit.
change in use, caused by sacrament of baptism, that makes us more like christ in a permanent, indelible way.
bc of the character, one can
receive the other sacraments.
baptismal character does what
consecrates us for the christian worship, especially the mass.
full member of the church who presents a person for baptism, and who, after baptism, helps the person to live the catholic faith.
unable to be eliminates, remaining forever.
gods intervention and help to conform our lives to his own.
state of friendship w god shared by adam and eve before they sinned.
before sin, the mastery or governance that adam and eve experienced over themselves; freedom from death.
a mixture of olive oil and baslsam which is consecrated by the bishop on holy thursday for use in the sacraments throughout the year.
one who performs any of the sacred rites or ceremonies of the church.
when baptism must be given (on acc of danger of death) and a priest cant be had.
use of reason
sense to know right from wrong.
smtn that one's bound to do, duty.
ordered or commanded.
what is baptism
a sacrament that cleanses us from o.s. makes us christians, children of god, and heirs of heaven.
under what condition is actual sin and its punishments washed away in baptism
actual sin can be washed away (and punishments eternal), but u must be sry for ur sins.
why or why not is baptism necessary for salvation
w/o it we can't enter into the kingdom of heaven. god afford every opportunity to receive it.
who're the ordinary ministers of baptism
bishops, priest, decons.
what if no priest is present to baptize sb and they're dying
anyone who has the use of reason may baptize.
what's meant by "ordinary" minister of baptism
one who usually administers the sacraments and who always has the right to do so.
in the state of necessity, can a non baptized person or sb who doesn't believe in baptism baptize; explain
they can validly baptize, under 3 conditions. have use of reason. know how to give baptism. intentions to do what the church intends in giving the sacrament.
why does god provide so many opportunities to receive baptism
baptism's necessary for salvation and it brings us closer to him, god.
can one receive the other sacraments w/o first receiving baptism
no, baptism makes us members of the church and w/o being members we can't receive the sacraments.
when was baptism instituted
most likely when jesus was baptized by john the baptist; also when he commanded his disiples to go out and baptize all nations.
what's the outwards sign of baptism
pouring of water in the words, "i baptize u in the name of the father, and of the son, and of the holy spirit." w/o this, it isn't a baptism.
can a shorter version of the trinity be used in baptism
no shortcuts. it isn't valid w/o full words of the trinity; it must be spoken how quoted.
what if water isn't present or possible to attain
oh well. u can't use any other liquid
what are the three types of baptism
baptism of water, pouring water on head(normally).
baptism by desire, ardent wish to recive baptism and to do all god ordained for our salvation.
baptism by blood, shedding of ones own blood for faith of christ. (martyrdom)
are the other two kinds of baptism sufficient to produce the effects of baptism that water does
baptism by desire and blood are sufficient to practice effects of baptism by water is unavalible.
does baptism wash away the consequences of original sin
consequences of o.s. remain. 1, remind us of misery that follows sin. 2, to afford us an opportunity of increasing our herit by bearing these hardships patciently.
what do we promise in baptism
we promise to renounce the devil and all his works/promises.
what's the purpose of godparents in baptism
they are given so that they may promise in the name of the child, what the child it'd promise if they were at age of reason.
can the godparent of a catholic baptism be non catholic
must be catholic.
can a child be baptized w/o the will of the parents
can't baptize a child against parents will.
what must be received from the parents if a child is to be baptized
must give consent and parents must promise to raise the kid catholic.
what are 4 dispositions for an adult receiving baptism
1, person must be willing to receive it
2, must have faith in christ
3, truly sorroful for sins
4, solemnly renounce the devil
what happens to the ceremony if one's baptized privately
the solemn ceremony of baptism should take place in church, when possible. b/c the ceremony's commanded by the church.
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