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Religion 11 Mid-Term Review

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ex opere operato
a sacrament happens by the Holy Spirit, NOT the priest, makes it so
covenant
a binding agreement between 2 people that involves giving part of one's self to the other
anamnesis
active remembering
epiclesis
means to make; we call DOWN the Holy Spirit to transform earthly things
sanctifying grace
special kind of grace that saves us from the control of original sin and over comes concupiscence
original sin
state(condition) of human brokenness into which humans are born inclination to sin
lex operandi, lex credenti
what we pray is what we believe & what we believe is what we pray
grace
the active living presence of the Holy Spirit in us
concupiscence
inclination to sin
original sin
human nature is weakened in its powers; subject to ignorance, suffering, and the domination of death; and inclined to sin
catechumen
a person who has never received baptism
candidate
person who was already baptized
exorcism
freed from the effects of sin and from the influence of the devil
RCIA
Rite of Christian Initiation if Adults
mystagogia
fifty day period which lasts from Easter Sunday until Pentecost Sunday - neophytes grow in the faith
passover
frees the chosen people from slavery of sin and saves them by the blood of the Lamb
sacramental seal
Holy Spirit marks us with the seal of the Lord; an indelible spiritual mark
subjective
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objective
there are absolutes about what is right or wrong
venial sin
lesser sin
mortal sin
grave, serious sin
transubstantiation
bread and wine really becomes the body and blood of Jesus; to move across substances
synaxis
"together at the center"; another name for Eucharist
Eucharistic Intercommunion
not allowed because they don't recognize the Pope
Incarnation
to become flesh
viaticum
Eucharist given at the time of Annointing of the Sick
chrism
holy oil
magisterium
teaching body of authority of the Catholic Church
synoptic
"to see the same as" 3 Evangelists; synoptic gospels
sacrament
efficacious signs of grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church, by which divine life is dispensed to us.
Eucharist
the source and summit of the Christian life...with which all other sacraments and Church mysteries are bound up and toward which all are oriented
Eucharist
the source and summit of the Christian life
Rule for reception of communion
"Easter duty" ; no mortal sin; Mass on Sunday and Holy Days; fast 1 hour
Eligibility for godparent or sponsor
practicing Catholic, 16, received the Sacraments of Initiation
Frequency of Annointing of Sick
Whenever a person is seriously ill or is in need of healing