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sacraments test 2
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Initiation, confirmation and eurcharist
Is baptism a sacrament of initiation, healing or service? what other two sacraments are closely related to baptism and belong in that same category?
How many times can a person be baptized during life?
The holy spirit hovers over the possibility of every human life, and brings wonderful gifts to fruition in it. in baptism a human being becomes a new creation in the father, the son, and the holy spirit
Water of Life, Creation
water can be deadly and human life is most commonly lsot through flooding. human life can be overtaken by sin. god wants to save a remnant of his people and his creation so that eventually all could be saved.
the great flood
they were led from slavery to freedom, from certain death to new life, by passing though the waters of the red sea. the waters of the baptism are the waters that part for us, so that we can be freed from sin and continue our journey to the promised land of eternal life. its our safe passage through the waters of death is an image of the greedom that is ours through baptism.
from death to life, the exodus
when the water is blessed for baptism, these four great events of salvation history creation, noahs ark, the crossing of the red sea, and the crossing of the jordan river are commemorated. they prefigure the mystery of the sacrament of baptism. because thse events are part of the churchs memory and understandin of salvation, they illuminate our own understandin gof what the sacrament of baptism does for us.
the waters of the jordan
floruous freedom fo the children of god, no one can enter the kindom of god without being born of water and spirit. after his ressurrection, jesus entrusted the mission of baptiszing all to his apostles
fulfulled in jesus christ
1. dying to sin and our old way of life;rising to an elevated life with crhist
2. we are forgiven for all our sins thorugh the gift of santifying grace
3. we recieve a new indelible character on our soul; concentrated to chirst forever
4. becoming adopted sons/daughters of god; heirs to eternal life with christ
5. we become members of the church; united with other ono our journey to churst
6. we are strengthesed to live as his disciples by participating in the trifold ministry of priest (worhsip), prophet (learn and proclaim), and king (servant leaders)
waht are the six effects of baptism?
personal sin - sins we choose to commit through an act of our own free will
original sin - brokeness which we inherit as part of our huan nature that damaged our origins; harmony and holiness experienced with god
- original sin is the denial of our need for god and our substitution of ourselces as god. however an inckination and weekness towards sin (concupiscence) still remains
- sanctifying grace
what types of sins are forgiven in baptism? what type of grace forgives those sins?
prophet: learn and proclaim
king: servant leaders
identify the responsibility we have for each oht the three roles of priest, proshet, and king
pouring of water three times and the words i baptize you in the name of the father, son and the holy spirit
what are the two key actions of the priest during the essental rite segment of baptism?
Only in an emergency, any person (even non-baptized) can baptize another
Have the deep intent to baptize them as a follower of Christ and the Church
Pour water on the person and recite the Initiation prayer
what three components are required if a person baptizes someon ein an emergency?
A martyr who suffers death in, with, and for Christ, but was never baptized
When might a person be considered to be Baptized by Blood?
A person who has truly sought God and responded to Him through conscience, but by no fault of their own, do not know of the Gospel or a person who prepared for Baptism, but was unable to complete it
In which two situations might Baptism by Desire apply to individuals?
They go straight to Heaven
What does the church teach about infants who may die before being Baptized?
The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults
What do each of the letters in the acronym RCIA mean?
an unbaptized person who is preparing for full initiation into the Catholic Church by engaging in formal study, reflection, and prayer
Catechesis is the process by which Christians of all ages are taught the essentials of Christian doctrine and are formed as disciples of Christ. Catechists are the ministers of catechesis
the name for the priesthood shared by all who are baptized. The baptized share in the one priesthood of Jesus Christ by participating in his mission as priest, prophet, and king
Common Priesthood of the Faithful:
suffering, illness and death, as well as certain inherit weaknesses of character and inclination to sin that happen even after baptism and the Sacraments
: Baptism is an invisible mark on the soul. We are chosen and sealed for Christ, and consecrated for Christian worship. This invisible mark can never disappear and Baptism can never be repeadted
sins we choose to commit through an act of our own free will
The sin of the first human beings, who disobeyed God's command by choosing to follow their own will and thus lost their original holiness and became subject to death. It's the fallen state of human nature that affects every person born into the world
Original Sin (the nature of the sin itself, not that is just what Adam/Eve did):
perfumed olive oil consecrated by the bishop that is used for anointing in the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Orders
a habitual grace that heals our wounded soul and remains within us (until moral sin) making us beloved children of God
God's desires union with all persons and for those infants who die without baptism, we trust in the love and mercy of our just God
Universal Salvific Will:
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