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Scripture Book 2 Chapter 5

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theology
the study of the existence or the attributes of God;
Immanent Trinity
A focus on the inner life o God as a Trinity of three divine Persons without consideration of God's relationship to human beings or his creation work
Salvific Trinity
The active and inseparable work of the Triune God-Father, Son, and Holy Spirit-in Salvation History.
St. Augustine
hometown is hippo
St. Monica
St. Augustine's mother
St. Augustine
famous book of confessions
Adeodatus
St. Augustine's son
consubstantial
the quality "of one being" in the relationship between all the divine Persons of the Trinity
consubstantial
the son and the holy spirit have the exact same nature as the Father
substance
mans nature or essence
substance
what makes something what it is
Person
refers to the distinctions among the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
Relation
designates that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are distinct because of their relationships
1. there is only one God
2. There are three distinct Persons in one GOd
3. The Divine Persons have distinct relationships with one another
three truths about God's own inner life
Shield of the Trinity
symbolizes equality among the Persons in the form of an equilateral triangle
Shamrock
St. Patrick's analogy of the Trinity
St. John Damascene
person who used the tree and the sun as analogies for the trinity
abba
daddy
Emmanuel
God with us
divine missions of the Blessed Trinity
the distinctive works of God's saving intervention in the world
creation
mission designated to the father
salvation
mission designated to the son
sanctification
mission designated to the holy spirit
saint
a holy one of God who lives in union with God through the grace of Jesus Christ and the Power of the Holy Spirit and whom God rewards with eternal life in heaven
Annunciation
the announcement by the angel gabriel to the virgin mary that God wanted her to become the mother of his son, the savior Jesus Christ
Assumption
the dogmatic teaching of the Catholic Church that when the earthly life of Mary was completed, she was taken body and soul into the presence of God
Assumption
mary was granted this grace because she is the sinless Mother of God
Immaculate Conception
the dogmatic teaching of the catholic church that Mary was conceived in the womb of her mother without the stain of Original Sin that all other human beings inherit
Immaculate Conception
this teaching was declared infallible by Pope Pius IX in 1854
Theotokos
a Greek ter, for Mary meaning "god bearer" or "birth mother of God" that was first used at the Council of Ephesus in AD 431
infallible teaching
catholic teaching, proposed by the Magisterium in union with the pope that is declared to be totally free of error.
infallibility
a gift of the Holy Spirit whereby the Pope and the bishops are preserved from error when proclaiming a doctrine related to Christian faith or morals
Paraclete
another name for the Holy SPirit that means advocate, defender, or consoler
grace
God's gift of friendship and life that enables us to share his life and love
justification
the forgiving of our sins in order to welcome us into a right relationship with God through our faith in Jesus Christ
gifts of the Holy Spirit
seven spiritual things from the holy spirit given to the church and her members especially at baptism and COnfirmation.
gifts of the holy spirit
wisdom, understanding, counsel, piety, fear of the Lord, fortitude, and knowledge
Wisdom
enables us to look at reality from God's point of view
understanding
helps us to reflect on the deeper meaning of our faith
knowledge
shows us how GOd is working in our lives and in the world
counsel
right judgement
counsel
helps us form our consciences in the light of Church teaching
fortitude
courage
fortitude
the strength to follow one's own convictions
piety
reverence
piety
moves us to respect the lord and enables us to respect the dignity and worth of others.
fear of the lord
wonder and awe
fear of the lord
shows concern about the reality of sin in one's life
charism
a spiritual gift given by God to individuals to help build up and strengthen the Church
St. paul's charisms
wisdom knowledge, faith, healing, miracle- working, prophecy, discernment, speaking in tongues, and interpreting tongues
fruits of the holy spirit
spiritual perfections that result from the holy spirit living in us.
fruit of the Holy spirit
charity, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, generosity, gentleness, faithfulness, modesty, self-control, and chasity
Fire
major symbol of the Holy spirit
Fire
holy spirit/ god appeared to moses in the form of a burning bush
Fire
israelites were led out of the desert in pillars of _______
Fire
the Holy Spirit enLIGHTens the world
tongues
associated with the Holy Spirit's coming at Pentecost
tongues
jesus spoke the truth by the power of the holy spirit
Anointing with oil
the sacraments of baptism confirmation, and anointing of the sick all used this to signify the holy spirit and is an indelible seal or character to this anointing by the Holy Spirit
water
symbol of both life and death
water
symbolizes baptism that brings the death of sin and the rebirth of eternal life and initiate us into Christ's body
Laying of hands
Jesus did this when he healed through the power of the holy spirit
dove
a symbol for life
dove
often used as a purification offering for the poor