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Arts and Humanities
Theology IV Midterm
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The doctrine that recognizes two natures (one human and one divine) in the one divine Person of Jesus
The mystery of God taking human flesh
Three important virtues bestowed on us at Baptism that closely connect us with God--faith, hope and love
Jesus is called an "efficacious sign" which means that
He not only pointed to God's love, he brought it to his people
The church is called a mystery because
It cannot be fully understood or explained
The "marks" or telltale characteristics of the church are
One, holy, catholic, and apostolic
By the communion of saints, the church means
All those redeemed in Christ in heaven, in purgatory, and those living on earth
According to the second Vatican a Council, the sacraments transform us into Church. An example would be the way we receive special strength to spread and witness to Christ and the faith through the sacrament of
A special gift given to the members of the Church to build up and strengthen it
Jesus is called an ___ sign of God's love and providence because he not only points to God's love; he brings it to us
Because he is the first and ultimate sign of God's presence and love, Jesus is described as the __ sacrament
A powerful prayers to prepare for Baptism that asks God's help to overcome the power of Satan and evil
A newly baptized member of the Church
A perfumed oil blessed by the bishop and used in some sacramental liturgies
One of the rights that come with membership in he Catholic Church
The right to hear the Word of God and have it explained
The cardinal or "hinge" virtues that Baptism help us to acquire are
Prejudice, justice, fortitude, and temporance
The traditional gifts of the Holy Spirit are
Faith, hope, charity, wisdom, understanding, counsel and fortitude
If people have a life according to God's will but are not baptized before they die, the Church teaches that they are saved through
The Baptism of Desire
During the actual Baptismal Rite, as water is poured, or as the person descends into the baptismal pool, the celebrant says the persons name and says
"I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit."
Thomas Merton, a great Catholic spiritual writer and a convert to Catholicism became a __ priest and a proponent of inter-religious dialogue
In the Easter Vigil the Church includes __ readings to show how God prepared people for Jesus and his saving ministry
A nine day prayer for a certain intention
The feast that celebrates the dramatic coming of the pHoly Spirit to the first disciple of Jesus
A gesture that is a main rite in the Sacrament of Confirmation
Laying on of hands
The chair of the bishop in his cathedral from which he presides in liturgy
During the Confirmation Rite, the laying on of hands done by the Apostles is represented now by
The extension of the bishop's hand
Which grace is not associated with the reception of Confirmation
The forgiveness of personal sins
The traditional order of the reception of the Sacrament of Initiation is
Baptism, Confirmation then Eucharist
During the Confirmation Rite, the bishop traces a small on each candidate's
According to__, the names of the confirmed, their sponsers, and parents are noted in the Confirmation register of every diocese
Saint Thomas Aquinas
In the __ , the priest or pastor is the typical minister of Confirmation since it is conferred at the same time as Baptism
Confirmation is often called the "Sacrament of Christian __."
What is the most important and special sacrament?
What does the term Eucharist mean?
"To give thanks"
What term means "I confess"?
What is the greatest prayer of praise and thanksgiving to God?
What term means "I agree" or "so be it"?
During which part of the Mass are the faithful sent out to "Love and serve the Lord"?
What part of us does the Eucharist nurture?
Serious violation of God's law of love that results in loss of God's life in the sinners soul
People who admit their sins and express their sorrows for them
Penalty imposed by the Catholic Church for a serious sin that states that a person is not longer "in communion" with the Church
Personal sins, sons for which only an individual is responsible, could include
Spreading false rumors about a specific person, indulging in excessive consumerism, and committing murder
The word "reconciliation" comes from a Greek word that means
"To rejoin or put back together"
An inclination to sin that effects all human beings because of the inherited effects of Original Sin is called
The prayer by the priest that pardons a repentant sinner in the Sacrament of Penance
The secrecy that the priests are bound to keep regarding any sins revealed to the in the Sacrament of Reconciliation is called
A false teaching that denies a central truth of the Catholic faith is called
Sins that weaken and wound our relationship with God but do not destroy divine life without us are called
Who is the minister of the sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick?
What color vestment does the priest wear when participating the in Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick?
Who laid hands on those who were sick to heal them in early Christian history?
The ___ is and efficacious sign of healing and strength that is part of the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick
Oil of the Sick
A term that means "last anointing"
The raising of Jairus's daughter was an example of a ___ miracle
The Sacrament of ___ is encouraged to be celebrated before the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick
What means "food for the journey"?
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