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Arts and Humanities
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Respect is given only to people who achieve in life
The divine image is present in every man
Man finds his perfection "in seeking and loving what is true and good."
Man is endowed with freedom, an "outstanding manifestation of the divine image"
It refers to a safe from violation or profanation, something which is considered sacred
It is the recognition that human beings possess a special value intrinsic to their humanity and as such are worthy of respect
This gift makes human person capable of directing himself toward his true good and finds his perfection "in seeking and loving what is true and good."
A supreme quality that is only due to God, the Creator
Pride or avarice
Through this gift, human being is capable of understanding the order of things established by the Creator.
Called to share in God's own life and eternal happiness.
It is considered as the inner voice of God in man's heart.
A person is someone who has Conscience and knows right and wrong but chooses the appropriate way rather than the wrong path.
A person also has conscience which is the knowing of right and wrong but instead of choosing the right path they choose the wrong path
It is the knowledge of moral principles, system of morals, and qualities of human conducts.
It is an act that is excusable, pardonable yet can lead us to a graver sin
It destroys our overall love relationship with God
It is an act that is contrary to God's will
Sin, Vices, and Lust (all of the choice)
"Sense of sin" is our awareness that we sin
Sin brings death in our lives as it weakens our will and clouds our intellect.
Our being accustomed to justify our acts of sin leads us to loss of our sense of sin
Christian moral life is simply the call to become __________ person.
good, authentic, and loving
In what way is the human person God's image?
1. human person is God's image because of his gift of freedom
2. human person is God's image because he is created in that special way by God with dignity
3. human person is God's image because of his rational soul who is directed to do what is good and avoid what is evil
The dignity of a person is anchored to his/her material possession
Cheating during election
Watching pornographic films
Failed to attend spiritual activities
Using indecent language
Drinking liquor excessively
What the free will chooses to do - in thought, word, and deed - or chooses not to do
He is the norm of morality because he is the perfect model of being good
Such things as the person involved, the time, the place, and the occasion which are distinct from the object
This involves freedom from everything that opposes our true self -becoming with others and in community, especially sin.
It is one's values, choices, and actions
The early Christian persecution was a remarkable event in the history to the lives of the followers of the followers of Christ. Many have died for their faith. Tettulian, a notable theologian said, "The blood of the martyrs is the seed of Christianity". What is the significance of these words to all the Christians?
1. The word of God reached the whole world
2. Christians grew massively just a tree planted on a fertile soil.
3. Christianity stand still up until today
Martha, a senior High school student has been suffering from fever for two days now. She asked her mother to get a minister to administer the sacrament of anointing of the sick. Can Martha receive the sacrament?
Yes, Martha can receive the sacrament because she is sick.
What is the matter for the sacrament of matrimony?
Mutual and free consent of man and woman
How was the early Christian Church similar to Judaism?
As in Christianity, Judaism affirms that the Jewish God of the Old Testament and Jesus of the New Testament to be part of the Christianity
Jesus is the primordial sacrament of the ff reasons, except:
He explicitly gives full instructions to the apostles in the administration of the sacraments
Two Greek words for the word CHURCH
1. Kuriakos - the Lord's house; the building in which Christians meet for worship
2. Ekklesia - to summon/ convoked assembly
What is the difference between disciple and apostle?
DISCIPLE (latin: discipulus) - a follower or a dreamer
APOSTLE (greek: apostolos) - one who is sent off
an act of praise and thanksgiving carried out by the Church in which Christ offers
An ancient city on the eastern side of Orontes river, near the modern city of Antakya, Turkey. This is also the place where the first Disciples were called Christians
Edict of Milan
a declaration issued in 313 AD by Emperor Constantine which made all religions legal within the Roman Empire
The greek word EKKLESIA translate the Hebrew word QAHAL which means
Assembly of God's people
His rules for monastic life became standard for monasticism for centuries in the Catholic church
He declared Christianity as the state religion of Rome
An efficacious sign of grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the church by which divine life is dispensed to us through the work of the holy Spirit
Jesus' action of washing the feet of His disciples' best demonstrates the Christian belief of
The eight commandment states that "You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor". For Christians this commandment requires that people should?
Respect others and live by the truth
YOLO - You only live once so let's live to the full. However, for Jenny, though life is short, by living it to the full she should always have a careful examination of her choices that will lead her to the right path. Jenny is gifted with?
The secrecy priest are bound to keep regarding any sins confessed to them
To Christians who are dying, or in a real danger of death due to sickness or old age, the Eucharist as a viaticum is given. Viaticum means?
food for the journey
a prayer, either formal or informal, penitents pray at the Sacrament of Penance to express sorrow for their sins
Act of Contrition
The most significant event in the life of the church where apostles found new hope
Resurrection of Christ
Catholic Christians can only receive baptism once because this sacrament seals him with an indelible spiritual mark of His belonging to Christ. Indelible spiritual mark means
1. Our perpetual belonging to Christ
2. It can never be erased, even the greatest sins
3. We are saved once and for all
The cross is a powerful symbol used by all Christians as it shows, what?
Christ is the light of the world
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