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Basics Catholicism
Adamic
Israel
Moses
Joshua
The covenant made between God and Man before the fall of Orig…
Fill in the scripture from Genesis- "Then the man said, 'You…
Who experienced the Theophany of the burning bush?
Who led the conquest of Canaan after Moses died into the prom…
Adamic
The covenant made between God and Man before the fall of Orig…
Israel
Fill in the scripture from Genesis- "Then the man said, 'You…
Catholicism Basic
To be monotheistic you believe in
Why did Jesus become man?
Who is Jesus Christ?
What things did Jesus Christ do for ou…
One God is the creator of all things
To redeem us from sin
conceived by the holy spirt and the son of the virgin Mary
-Died on the cross for us... -Rose from the dead... -Ascended to he…
To be monotheistic you believe in
One God is the creator of all things
Why did Jesus become man?
To redeem us from sin
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Basic Catholicism: Stations of The Cross
First Station
Second Station
Third Station
Fourth Station
Jesus is condemned to death
Jesus carries His cross
Jesus falls the first time
Jesus meets his mother
First Station
Jesus is condemned to death
Second Station
Jesus carries His cross
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Basic Catholicism-Catholic Facts
Order of the Liturgucal Season
What other days are given prominence t…
What does ADVENT mean?
Why is it appropriate that Advent be t…
1) Advent ... 2) Christmas... 3) OT ... 4) Lent... 5) Easter... 6) OT
Marian Feast Days, Saints Feast Days
waiting
Because we are waiting on the birth of Christ
Order of the Liturgucal Season
1) Advent ... 2) Christmas... 3) OT ... 4) Lent... 5) Easter... 6) OT
What other days are given prominence t…
Marian Feast Days, Saints Feast Days
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Basic Catholicism: Stations of The Cross
First Station
Second Station
Third Station
Fourth Station
Jesus is condemned to death
Jesus carries His cross
Jesus falls the first time
Jesus meets his mother
First Station
Jesus is condemned to death
Second Station
Jesus carries His cross
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Basic Catholicism-Catholic Facts2
What does ADVENT mean?
How long is Christmas Day celebrated
Besides remembering Christ's birth, wh…
T or F? The Sunday liturgy is usually…
waiting
8 days
our salvation
True
What does ADVENT mean?
waiting
How long is Christmas Day celebrated
8 days
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Basic terms of medieval Catholicism
Penance
Pope
Aristotle
Saint
An act performed to amend for sin, to temper bodily desires,…
Head of Catholic Church, understood as the direct successor o…
ancient Greek philospher whose philosophy was used to Aquinas…
A deceased individual recongnized by the Cathold Church as un…
Penance
An act performed to amend for sin, to temper bodily desires,…
Pope
Head of Catholic Church, understood as the direct successor o…
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Basic Catholicism Final Exam
Divine Revelation
Sacred Scripture
Sacred Tradition
Magesterium
way God communicates knowledge of himself to human kind
doesn't change at all... - Eucharist ... - priest only men
does change ... -Eucharist ... - Words of Mass
the official teaching authority of the church
Divine Revelation
way God communicates knowledge of himself to human kind
Sacred Scripture
doesn't change at all... - Eucharist ... - priest only men
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Test 2 Basics of Catholicism
Two forms of prayer
offering praise to God as a community…
having a personal one on one conversat…
Forms of prayer
Informal and formal
formal prayer
informal prayer
Blessing, prayer, adoration, thanksgiving, contrition, petiti…
Two forms of prayer
Informal and formal
offering praise to God as a community…
formal prayer
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Basic Tenets of Catholicism
followers of Jesus
hierarchical structure with Bishop of…
white
180, like prince, wears red
original Christian church founded by
Christian church evolves into
Pope wears
Cardinals
followers of Jesus
original Christian church founded by
hierarchical structure with Bishop of…
Christian church evolves into
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Basic Catholicism-Catholic Facts
This is the order of the Liturgical Se…
These days are given prominence throug…
This is what ADVENT means.
Why is it appropriate that Advent be t…
What is:... 1) Advent ... 2) Christmas... 3) OT ... 4) Lent... 5) Easter... 6)…
What are Marian Feast Days, Saints Feast Days?
What is waiting?
What is Because we are waiting on the birth of Christ?
This is the order of the Liturgical Se…
What is:... 1) Advent ... 2) Christmas... 3) OT ... 4) Lent... 5) Easter... 6)…
These days are given prominence throug…
What are Marian Feast Days, Saints Feast Days?
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Basic Tenets of Catholicism
What does catholic mean?
Who founded the original church?
Who is ahead of the church?
What is its structure like?
Universal
The followers of jesus
The bishop of rome
Hierarchical structure
What does catholic mean?
Universal
Who founded the original church?
The followers of jesus
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Basics of Catholicism Final
sign
symbol
sacrament
efficacious
anything that points to something else
a special sign that conveys a deeper meaning
efficacious symbol/sign
successful in producing a desired result
sign
anything that points to something else
symbol
a special sign that conveys a deeper meaning
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basics of catholicism study guide
salvation
immaculate conception
1st century AD
St. Thomas Aquinas most famous work
(Christianity) the act of delivering from sin or saving from…
Mary was conceived without original sin
when was the catholic church founded
Summa Theologica
salvation
(Christianity) the act of delivering from sin or saving from…
immaculate conception
Mary was conceived without original sin
125 terms
basics of catholicism study guide
salvation
immaculate conception
1st century AD
St. Thomas Aquinas most famous work
(Christianity) the act of delivering from sin or saving from…
Mary was conceived without original sin
when was the catholic church founded
Summa Theologica
salvation
(Christianity) the act of delivering from sin or saving from…
immaculate conception
Mary was conceived without original sin
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Basics of Catholicism CP - Gilbert
Salvation
Mary was preserved from all stain of O…
1st Century AD
Suma Theologica
God's forgiveness of sins accomplished through the mercy of J…
how does the Catholic Church define "Immaculate Conception"?
Catholic Church founded
St. Thomas Aquinas' most famous work
Salvation
God's forgiveness of sins accomplished through the mercy of J…
Mary was preserved from all stain of O…
how does the Catholic Church define "Immaculate Conception"?
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basics catholicism test!
theological virtues
faith
hope
love
the cornerstone of the christian faith;the name for the God -…
the belief in the existence of God. for christians, the gift…
the theological virtue by which we trust the promises of God
the human longing for God and a selfless commitment to suppor…
theological virtues
the cornerstone of the christian faith;the name for the God -…
faith
the belief in the existence of God. for christians, the gift…
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Basics of Catholicism Quiz #1
The desire for God is written in the _…
CCC
Creation
Reason and Conscience
Human Heart
Catechism of the Catholic Church
Gods eternal power and divinity, has become visible, recogniz…
Ability to choose right from wrong
The desire for God is written in the _…
Human Heart
CCC
Catechism of the Catholic Church
Basics of Catholicism- Intro To Prayer
personal prayer
grace
sin
Archetypal Journey
finding moments of grace and sin in our lives
God's underserved gift of his love poured out to each of us.
ANY deliberate offense in thought, word, or deed against the…
the universal story that applies to everyone. (Jesus' life st…
personal prayer
finding moments of grace and sin in our lives
grace
God's underserved gift of his love poured out to each of us.
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UNIT 7: prayer basic catholicism
prayer
talking prayers
model(s) of prayer
How to get started in prayer
conversation with God
blessing, thanksgiving, adoration, petition, and praise
Christ and Mary
place, time, relaxation, attitude, and habit
prayer
conversation with God
talking prayers
blessing, thanksgiving, adoration, petition, and praise
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Basic Catholicism:Glossary of Selected Terms
Abba
Abortion
Absolution
Actual grace
An Aramaic term of endearment meaning "Daddy."Jesus used this…
The direct and deliberate ending of a pregnancy by killing th…
The prayer by which a priest,by the power given to the Church…
God's special help to turn us from sin or to help us act more…
Abba
An Aramaic term of endearment meaning "Daddy."Jesus used this…
Abortion
The direct and deliberate ending of a pregnancy by killing th…
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Basics of Catholicism Study Guide 2015
Martyr
Saint
Grace
Councils
someone who dies for their faith or what they believe in
a "holy one" of god who lives in union with God through the g…
god's loving presence in the world
when the bishops get together
Martyr
someone who dies for their faith or what they believe in
Saint
a "holy one" of god who lives in union with God through the g…
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Basics of Catholicism CP Gilbert Exam
Salvation
Mary was preserved from all stain of O…
1st Century AD
Suma Theologica
God's forgiveness of sins accomplished through the mercy of J…
how does the Catholic Church define "Immaculate Conception"?
Catholic Church founded
St. Thomas Aquinas' most famous work
Salvation
God's forgiveness of sins accomplished through the mercy of J…
Mary was preserved from all stain of O…
how does the Catholic Church define "Immaculate Conception"?
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Basics of Catholicism Study Guide 2015
What is a Martyr?
What is a Saint?
What is Grace?
What are the Councils?
a person who dies for their faith
...
...
...
What is a Martyr?
a person who dies for their faith
What is a Saint?
...
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basics of catholicism MIDTERM study guide
salvation
immaculate conception
1st century AD
St. Thomas Aquinas most famous work
(Christianity) the act of delivering from sin or saving from…
Mary was conceived without original sin
when was the catholic church founded
Summa Theologica
salvation
(Christianity) the act of delivering from sin or saving from…
immaculate conception
Mary was conceived without original sin
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the forms of prayer basics of catholicism quiz
formal prayer
informal prayer
blessing,praise,adoration
thanksgiving
offering praise to God as a community of believers
having a personal one on one conversation with God
the prayer worshiping God for his greatness
the prayer of the gratitude for all his gifts
formal prayer
offering praise to God as a community of believers
informal prayer
having a personal one on one conversation with God
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HofC Basic Terms of Medieval Catholicism
Penance
Pope
Aristotle
Saint
An act (like fasting and flagellating) performed to amend for…
Head of Catholic Church, understood as the direct successor o…
Ancient Greek philosopher whose philosophy was used by Aquina…
A deceased individual recognized by the Catholic Church as un…
Penance
An act (like fasting and flagellating) performed to amend for…
Pope
Head of Catholic Church, understood as the direct successor o…
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Basics of Catholicism: Study Guide Units 1-5
Divine Revelation
Sacred Scripture
Sacred Tradition
Magisterium
free gift of God's self-communication by which he makes known…
inerrant, inspired by the holy spirt, and infallible
the magisterium
living, teaching office of the church
Divine Revelation
free gift of God's self-communication by which he makes known…
Sacred Scripture
inerrant, inspired by the holy spirt, and infallible
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[HISP] Basic Tenets of Catholicism pt. 2
What does the "holy trinity" consist of?
Jesus is the son of whom? Who is he al…
Who was Jesus crucified by?
Why did Jesus allow himself to be cruc…
The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit
God
The Romans
To pay for our sins
What does the "holy trinity" consist of?
The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit
Jesus is the son of whom? Who is he al…
God
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[HISP] Basic Tenets of Catholicism pt. 1
Who was the original Christian Church…
What does the Church eventually evolve…
What is the order of the hierarchy?
What did the Pope represent?
The followers of Jesus
A hierarchical structure
Pope, Cardinals, Bishops, Clergy, and Laity
God on Earth
Who was the original Christian Church…
The followers of Jesus
What does the Church eventually evolve…
A hierarchical structure
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Finals - Basics of Catholicism Zach's Copy
What does Salvation mean?
What is the "Immaculate Conception?"
When was the Catholic Church founded?
What was Saint Thomas Aquinas' most fa…
Deliverance from Sin
The Holy Spirit coming down to Mary and putting Jesus inside…
Pentecost
The Intellectual Proofs for God's Existence
What does Salvation mean?
Deliverance from Sin
What is the "Immaculate Conception?"
The Holy Spirit coming down to Mary and putting Jesus inside…
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Basic Catholicism-Ch1.2-Catholic Beliefs-the Apostle's Creed
I believe in God, the Father Almighty,…
And in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our…
Who was conceived by the power of the…
He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was…
This affirms that God exists, that he's a Triune God (one God…
his attests that Jesus is the Son of God and that he's most c…
This affirms the human nature of Christ, meaning he had a rea…
The human nature of Christ could feel pain and actually die,…
I believe in God, the Father Almighty,…
This affirms that God exists, that he's a Triune God (one God…
And in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our…
his attests that Jesus is the Son of God and that he's most c…
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Basics of Catholicism: Study Guide for Unit 1 Test Chapters
Archetypal Journey
Liminal Experience
Prayer
Humility
The universal story that applies to everyone
Passing through one threshold of life into another
Our acceptance to communicate with God in a lifelong conversa…
the virtue by which one understands that one is totally depen…
Archetypal Journey
The universal story that applies to everyone
Liminal Experience
Passing through one threshold of life into another
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Catholicism: The basic terms (still editing)(rel. 1 fundamentals)
catholic
human person
corporeal being
rational being
"Universal"
rational being comprised of body and soul, who is designed fo…
a creatur with a physical body
can think and reason analyze thinking
catholic
"Universal"
human person
rational being comprised of body and soul, who is designed fo…
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personal prayer basics of catholicism quiz 9.29.15
devotion
forty hours devotion
monstrance
tabernacle
when people of a particular culture seek to express their faith
a 3 day period of worship of the pressed sacrament approximat…
the special vessel designed to hold a host and make it visibl…
the receptacle in a church in which the consecrated of the Eu…
devotion
when people of a particular culture seek to express their faith
forty hours devotion
a 3 day period of worship of the pressed sacrament approximat…
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Foundations of Catholicism {Week 9}
Anamnesis
Anaphora
Baptism
Confirmation
(Gr. "remembrance"). The bringing to mind of God's saving int…
(Gr. "offering"). The Eucharistic prayer or canon of the Mass…
(Gr. washing or dipping). The basic sacrament of rebirth that…
The western name for one of the seven sacraments, the second…
Anamnesis
(Gr. "remembrance"). The bringing to mind of God's saving int…
Anaphora
(Gr. "offering"). The Eucharistic prayer or canon of the Mass…
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Catholicism
Catholicism is the _____ version of Ch…
Roots of Catholicism are traced back t…
What are the 4 Marks of Catholicism?
What does Jesus institute at the Passo…
oldest
The Last Supper/Holy Thursday
1) One (church is technically one church)... 2) Holy ... 3) Catholi…
Communion
Catholicism is the _____ version of Ch…
oldest
Roots of Catholicism are traced back t…
The Last Supper/Holy Thursday
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Foundations of Catholicism Midterm Review
What is the basic question confronting…
What is a Liberal Education and why is…
What are the three great transcendenta…
Identify that great sea of being separ…
It is the matter of human identity, of knowing who we are, wh…
It is those things we are not at liberty to omit because at t…
Truth, Goodness, Beauty.... They have got everything to do with…
The infinite qualitative difference (and distance) between hu…
What is the basic question confronting…
It is the matter of human identity, of knowing who we are, wh…
What is a Liberal Education and why is…
It is those things we are not at liberty to omit because at t…
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Catholicism
catholicism
transubstantiation
"real presence"
pentacost
"universal"
when jesus took the bread and the wine and offers his body an…
he is there somehow, not a symbol
when the church was born, 50 days after easter
catholicism
"universal"
transubstantiation
when jesus took the bread and the wine and offers his body an…
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Catholicism and Judaism
Immigrant Faiths
Catholic Basics
Migration of Catholics
Vatican II and its impact
Catholicism and Judaism both:... had to adapt to American, large…
Sees itself as continuation of Christian communities founded…
Migration to America:... Mid-1800s: millions of Irish Catholic i…
-Sweeping changes impacted American Catholicism... Changes to ma…
Immigrant Faiths
Catholicism and Judaism both:... had to adapt to American, large…
Catholic Basics
Sees itself as continuation of Christian communities founded…
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Catholicism
Pope Leo I
• Pope Innocent III
• Pope Leo X (1513-22)
• Pope Paul III (1534-49)
insisted on the primacy of Rome in terms of its bishop's supr…
o Underwrote some of the later crusades, including that in wh…
o Preached an indulgence for the rebuilding of St. Peter's ba…
o Takes Protestant Reformation seriously and tries to make in…
Pope Leo I
insisted on the primacy of Rome in terms of its bishop's supr…
• Pope Innocent III
o Underwrote some of the later crusades, including that in wh…
Catholicism
Church
Catholicism
catholicity
ecumenism
A. What is? The church is a collection of all believers world…
A. What is? Catholicism is the universal church of God; it is…
A. What is? One of the four qualitative characteristics of Ch…
A. What is? it is a movement to help unite separated Christia…
Church
A. What is? The church is a collection of all believers world…
Catholicism
A. What is? Catholicism is the universal church of God; it is…
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African Catholicism
How the Gospel interacts with culture…
How the Church encounters the Gospel a…
How "Missionary dialogue axis" helps t…
"You may and you must have an African…
There is a conversion, and transformation and bad spirits are…
they understand each other
finding christ in the situation will help create dialogue. Th…
You must construct local theology so that the church can be a…
How the Gospel interacts with culture…
There is a conversion, and transformation and bad spirits are…
How the Church encounters the Gospel a…
they understand each other
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Catholicism quiz 12/1/16
infallibility
intrinsic
investiture
invincible ignorance
freedom from error in teaching on matters of faith and morals
that which is essential or belong to the nature of a thing
practice in early middle ages of an emperor investing ab abbo…
lack of knowledge for which a person is not morally responsible
infallibility
freedom from error in teaching on matters of faith and morals
intrinsic
that which is essential or belong to the nature of a thing
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Catholicism
Who had the temple built?
Where is the temple?
What's the main thing that happens at…
What's the name of the innermost room…
Soloman
Jerusalem
Sacrifice
The holy of holies
Who had the temple built?
Soloman
Where is the temple?
Jerusalem
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Catholicism Final
Christology
Justification by faith
Salvation
Mediation
a. The theological study of Jesus Christ, including the under…
a. The doctrine concerning the event where God, acting throug…
a. To be saved is to be "healed" and "made whole," to enjoy a…
a. The idea that we cannot know or experience God in a direct…
Christology
a. The theological study of Jesus Christ, including the under…
Justification by faith
a. The doctrine concerning the event where God, acting throug…
Catholicism Test
Jesus
Jesus
Peter
Paul
Who do Catholics believe is their savior?
Whose life and teachings do Catholics follow?
Who is regarded as the first pope?
Whose writings make up most of the New Testament and set the…
Jesus
Who do Catholics believe is their savior?
Jesus
Whose life and teachings do Catholics follow?
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Catholicism Final
Christology
Justification by faith
Salvation
Mediation
a. The theological study of Jesus Christ, including the under…
a. The doctrine concerning the event where God, acting throug…
a. To be saved is to be "healed" and "made whole," to enjoy a…
a. The idea that we cannot know or experience God in a direct…
Christology
a. The theological study of Jesus Christ, including the under…
Justification by faith
a. The doctrine concerning the event where God, acting throug…
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Catholicism Final
Not a corporal work of mercy
Not a motivation for practicing corpor…
Reason to modify cardinal virtues
Not a cardinal virtue
give good council
avoid being a sinner
Need a way of understanding the human person as relational an…
love
Not a corporal work of mercy
give good council
Not a motivation for practicing corpor…
avoid being a sinner
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Foundations of Catholicism Midterm Review
What is the basic question confronting…
What is a Liberal Education and why is…
What are the three great transcendenta…
Identify that great sea of being separ…
It is the matter of human identity, of knowing who we are, wh…
It is those things we are not at liberty to omit because at t…
Truth, Goodness, Beauty.... They have got everything to do with…
The infinite qualitative difference (and distance) between hu…
What is the basic question confronting…
It is the matter of human identity, of knowing who we are, wh…
What is a Liberal Education and why is…
It is those things we are not at liberty to omit because at t…
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