5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Common Priesthood of the Faithful
- preternatural gifts
- a a form of execution in which the prisoner is nailed or otherwise affixed to a cross and left to die of asphyxation
- b the first man and our first father. together with eve, he committed the first sin(original sin). this hebrew name refers to the particular individual or to mankind in general
- c the gifts bestowed on our first parents, which include exemption from concupuscence, sickness, death, and ignorance. these gifts are distinct from the supernatural gifts by which our first parents were adopted as children of God and became partakers if divine nature.
- d The participation in the priesthood of Christ shared by all the faithful through Baptism
- e The Blessed Virgin Mary visited her kinswoman St. Elizabeth. He greeting, "Blessed are you among women and blessed is the fruit of your womb!"from part of the Hail Mary.
5 Multiple choice questions
- adam and eve's abuse of their human freedom by disobeying God's command. as a consequence, they lost the grace of original holiness and justice and became. subject to death; sin became universally present in the world. every human person except Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary has been born with the stain of Original Sin. the sin separates mankind from God, darkens the intellect, weakens the will, and introduced into human nature an inclination toward sin
- The seven gifts of the Holy Spirit are wisdom, understanding, counsels, fortitude, knowledge, piety, and fear of the Lord
- incapable of error. the bible and the church are this because of a special protection by God the Holy Spirit
- Distinct from the common priesthood of the faithful, the ministerial priesthood consists of those men who have relieved the Sacrament of Holy Orders in order to minister to the needs of the faithful
- the jews; the people chosen by God to be his people and inherit the promises of Abraham. they are named after the tribe of judah, one of the sons of israel
5 True/False questions
bible → a representation such as a statue or picture. each human person is made in the image of God; that is, human beings are like God insofar as having intelligence, free will, and the capacity to love
decalogue → The free and undeserved gift of God to respond to one's vocation to become his adopted son or daughter
Sarah → the great prophet who guided the reforms of Hezekiah. His prophecies often refer to the coming of the Messiah
inerrant → a solemn agreement between people or between God and man involving mutual commitments and guarantees.
original holiness → the state of harmony that existed between our first parents and God before the fall by which they participated in divine life