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7th grade religion final
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the season of the church year during which we prepare for Christmas.
the announcement to Mary that she was chosen by God to be the mother of Jesus, the savior promised by God through the people of the Old Covenant.
Anointing of the sick
sacrament of healing that strengthens our faith and trust in god when we are seriously ill or dying.
the "twelve" the leaders Jesus chose and sent forth to continue the work he began. After Jesus ascension ,the church named two more apostles.
Ascension of Jesus
the return of the risen Christ to his father.
Assumption of Mary
Mary was taken up to, body and soul , to heaven.
sacrament of initiation in which we become members of the church and adopted children of God, original sin and our personal sins are forgiven, and we receive the gift of the holy spirit.
the gospel values taught by Jesus, naming the true happiness that God blesses those people with who live as children of God .
the inspire written word of God.
successors of the apostle; the leader of a particular or local Church, usually a diocese or archdiocese.
Cannon of Sacred Scripture
the list of books declared by the church to be the inspired written word of God.
the season of the Church's year that celebrates the Son of God becoming one of us, the birthday of Jesus.
The people of God :the Body of Christs the community of the people who believe in Jesus Christ.
telling our sins to the priest in the sacrament of Penance
sacrament of initiation in which we celebrate the special gift of the Holy Spirit; the sacrament that completes our Baptism
the gift of God that is part of every person and helps us know what is right or wrong.
Corporal Works of Mercy
seven ways named by the Church that helps us live the Great Commandment by helping others care for their physical needs.
brief summaries of what the Church believes. The two main creeds of the church are the Apostles Creed and the Nicene Creed.
of the Church's year that celebrates Jesus' resurrection.
the three great holy days of Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil.
sacrament of initiation in which we share in the Paschal mystery of Christ's and receive the Body and Blood of Christ's who is truly and really present under the appearances of bread and wine.
theological virtue; God's invitation to believe and trust in him and our response to that invitation.
gift of God given to every person that enables us to choose or not to choose to love God.
the day on which we remember Jesus sacrificing his life for us on the cross.
the first four books of the New Testament. They tell us Jesus is and what he did for us.
the commandment to love God, others, and ourselves revealed to the people of the Old Covenant and renewed by Jesus Christ.
eternal life with God the Father God the S0n God the Holy Spirit Mary and the other saints.
eternal life separated from God forever.
sacrament at the service of communion that incorporates a man into the order of bishops priest or deacon.
theological virtues; the power to trust in God and in his promises above everyone and everything else.
Immaculate Conception of Mary
Mary the mother of Jesus, was free from all sin original and the personal, from the very first moment of her existence in her mother's womb.
word meaning 'take on flesh' the term the Church uses to name our beliefs that the Son of God 'took on flesh ', or became man. Jesus Christ is true God and true man.
the season of the Church's year that helps us prepare for Easter.
the cycle of seasons and feasts that make up the Church's year of worship, celebrating and remembering God's great plan of saving love for us.
the responsibility and authority of the pope together with the bishops to teach us the true meaning of what God has revealed and made known to us.
Marks of the Church
one , holy, catholic,and apostolic; the four si
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