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theology catholic morality chapter 3
freedom
determinism
external freedom
internal freedom
the power rooted un reason and will to perform deliberate act…
the philosophy that holds that every event, action, and decis…
includes freedom from factors outside ourselves that threaten…
includes freedom from interior factors that limit choice
freedom
the power rooted un reason and will to perform deliberate act…
determinism
the philosophy that holds that every event, action, and decis…
Theology 3 (catholic morality part 2)
The first commandment
What does the first commandment's ackn…
5 sins against faith (1st commandment)
Apostasy
"I am The Lord your God, you shall not have other gods beside…
Faith, hope, and love
Voluntary doubt ... Involuntary doubt ... Heresy ... Apostasy ... Schism
The total repudiation of the Christian faith
The first commandment
"I am The Lord your God, you shall not have other gods beside…
What does the first commandment's ackn…
Faith, hope, and love
Theology 3: Catholic Morality Chapter 2
What is Prudence?
What is Discernment?
What is Moral Object?
What are Means?
The virtue that leads us to live good mroal lives; decide wha…
Process of decision making in which you think about the conse…
The decisive element in the morality of an action
The method or course of action to reach a goal
What is Prudence?
The virtue that leads us to live good mroal lives; decide wha…
What is Discernment?
Process of decision making in which you think about the conse…
55 terms
Theology Catholic Morality Test
The word means calling
Our participation in the life of God
Grace is a ____________ gift from God
Respect owed to all people because the…
Vocation
Grace
Free
Dignity
The word means calling
Vocation
Our participation in the life of God
Grace
11 terms
Theology 9 Catholic Morality
Image and likeness of God
Human dignity
Subsidiarity
Solidarity
We have inherent dignity and value... We have free will... We are r…
All people have dignity
A larger social unit should not take over the functions of a…
Sharing of material and spiritual goods among members of the…
Image and likeness of God
We have inherent dignity and value... We have free will... We are r…
Human dignity
All people have dignity
51 terms
Theology (Catholic Morality)
objective truth
subjective truth
relativism
universalism
neither true nor false
based on opinion, preference, and mood
belief that there are no universal truths
belief that all people go to heaven
objective truth
neither true nor false
subjective truth
based on opinion, preference, and mood
Theology: Catholic Morality terms
nihilism
dignity
inherent
free will
a philosophy that denies there's any meaning in existence or…
the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect; every human…
inborn or inherited, something that does not need to be earne…
"the power rooted in reason and will that enables a person, t…
nihilism
a philosophy that denies there's any meaning in existence or…
dignity
the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect; every human…
Theology IV Catholic Morality
False
True
False
False
Humans are only one creature among many and should not feel t…
Humans are someones, not somethings.
Creation is more evil than good; therefore, humans are fundam…
Humans have to earn respect and dignity.
False
Humans are only one creature among many and should not feel t…
True
Humans are someones, not somethings.
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Catholic Morality Chapter 3
freedom
determinism
Do Christians accept determenistic vie…
What is a prrof of our essential freed…
the power rooted in reason and will to perform deliberate act…
the philosophy that h9olds that every event, action, and deci…
Christians reject such views because of the fact that pure co…
A proof of your essential freedom is your pride, embarrassmen…
freedom
the power rooted in reason and will to perform deliberate act…
determinism
the philosophy that h9olds that every event, action, and deci…
48 terms
Catholic Morality Test 3
Adulation
Almsgiving
Boasting
Calumny
excessive flattery, praise, or admiration for another person
freely giving money or material goods to a person who is need…
bragging, often involves a misuse of truth.
ruining the reputation of another person by lying or spreadin…
Adulation
excessive flattery, praise, or admiration for another person
Almsgiving
freely giving money or material goods to a person who is need…
22 terms
Catholic Morality Chapter 3
freedom
determinism
imputable
natural law
the power, rooted in reason and will... to perform deliberate…
the philosophy that holds that every event, action, and decis…
ascribed, attributed, or definitely linked to a specific acco…
the reasoned participation of humans in God's eternal law tha…
freedom
the power, rooted in reason and will... to perform deliberate…
determinism
the philosophy that holds that every event, action, and decis…
26 terms
Catholic Moral Theology Vocab Terms
abortion
absolution
acedia
actual graces
The deliberate termination of a pregnancy by killing the unbo…
An essential part of the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliat…
Not caring, apathy, boredom.
God's interventions and support for us in the everyday moment…
abortion
The deliberate termination of a pregnancy by killing the unbo…
absolution
An essential part of the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliat…
catholic theology quiz 4-morality
unitive
procreative
sacramentum in fieri
invitro fertilization (IVF)
One of the "goods"/"ends" of marriage according to Catholic t…
one of the "goods"/"ends" of marriage according to Catholic t…
budding sacrament," this expression helps us account for the…
taking eggs from the woman and sperm from the man, and mixing…
unitive
One of the "goods"/"ends" of marriage according to Catholic t…
procreative
one of the "goods"/"ends" of marriage according to Catholic t…
26 terms
Catholic Morality; Ch. 3
morality
saints and sinners
sinners
Pope Francis
We much first examine some perspectives on exactly what the C…
The Church as an assembly for both __________: it is importan…
Jesus: "I did not come to call the righteous but ________"
While the Church must teach God's moral truths, She must also…
morality
We much first examine some perspectives on exactly what the C…
saints and sinners
The Church as an assembly for both __________: it is importan…
Catholic Morality Unit 3
atheism
blasphemy
covenant
divination
One who denies the existence of God; the denial of the existe…
Speaking, acting, or thinking about God, Jesus Christ, the Vi…
A solemn agreement between human beings or between God and a…
The practice of seeking powers or knowledge through supernatu…
atheism
One who denies the existence of God; the denial of the existe…
blasphemy
Speaking, acting, or thinking about God, Jesus Christ, the Vi…
Catholic Morality Unit 3
Perjury
Conscience
Johannine
Mammon
the sin of lying while under an oath to tell the truth
the "interior voice" of a person, a God-given sense of the la…
the Gospel of John and the three Letters of John
an Aramaic word meaning wealth or property
Perjury
the sin of lying while under an oath to tell the truth
Conscience
the "interior voice" of a person, a God-given sense of the la…
Catholic Morality Chapter 3
freedom
determinism
imputable
law
the power, rooted in reason and will... to perform deliberate…
the philosophy that holds that every event, action, and decis…
ascribed, attributed, or definitely linked to a specific acco…
an ordinance of reason for the common good, promulgated by th…
freedom
the power, rooted in reason and will... to perform deliberate…
determinism
the philosophy that holds that every event, action, and decis…
Unit 3 Catholic Morality
Perjury
Conscience
Johannine
Mammon
The sin of lying while under an oath to tell the truth.
A God-given sense of the Law of God.
Relating to the Apostle St. John the Evangelist, or to the Go…
An Aramaic word meaning wealth or property.
Perjury
The sin of lying while under an oath to tell the truth.
Conscience
A God-given sense of the Law of God.
29 terms
Catholic Morality Unit 3
Perjury
Conscience
Johannine
Mammon
The sin of lying while under an oath to tell the truth. It is…
The "interior voice" of a person, a God-given sense of the la…
The Gospel of John and the three Letters of John.
An Aramaic word meaning wealth or property.
Perjury
The sin of lying while under an oath to tell the truth. It is…
Conscience
The "interior voice" of a person, a God-given sense of the la…
Catholic morality ch 3
Freedom
Determinism
External freedom
Internet freedom
Makes us responsible go our choices and actions;
Philosophy that holds that every event action and decision re…
Includes freedom from factors outside ourselves that threaten…
Freedom from interior fruits that limit choice
Freedom
Makes us responsible go our choices and actions;
Determinism
Philosophy that holds that every event action and decision re…
30 terms
Catholic Morality Unit 3
Perjury
Conscience
Johannine
Mammon
the sin of lying under an oath to tell the truth... himself to…
little voice inside head about making moral decisions
Gospel of John and three letters of John
aramaic word meaning wealth or property
Perjury
the sin of lying under an oath to tell the truth... himself to…
Conscience
little voice inside head about making moral decisions
45 terms
Catholic Morality chapter 3
Freedom
Determinism
External Freedom
Internal Freedom
Being responsible for our actions and choices
Humans do not have the right to make their own choices
Factors outside ourselves that threaten to stop our choice ma…
Factors from inside ourselves that limit our freedom. Fear an…
Freedom
Being responsible for our actions and choices
Determinism
Humans do not have the right to make their own choices
Ch. 3 Catholic Morality
Freedom
Determinism
Imputable
Law
makes us responsible snd accountable for what we do whether i…
Humans don't have the power to choose their actions and decis…
An action that someone can be clearly accountable for
A standard in outside of ourselves where we cab decide what w…
Freedom
makes us responsible snd accountable for what we do whether i…
Determinism
Humans don't have the power to choose their actions and decis…
Catholic Morality Chapter 3
Sin
How many kinds of sin?
What makes a sin mortal
Temptation
Sin is defined byt St. Augustine as any thought, word, or dee…
Three; original, mortal, and venial.
A) Must be a very bad, grave matter. ... B) Must be done with fu…
This incitement to choose some personal satisfaction in place…
Sin
Sin is defined byt St. Augustine as any thought, word, or dee…
How many kinds of sin?
Three; original, mortal, and venial.
8 terms
Ch 1 theology vocab (foundations in Catholic Morality)
Nihilism
Dignity
Inherent
Free will
A philosophy that denies there's any meaning in existence or…
The quality of being worthy of esteem or respect. Every human…
Inborn or inherited, something that does not need to be earne…
The power, rooted in reason and will, to preform deliberate a…
Nihilism
A philosophy that denies there's any meaning in existence or…
Dignity
The quality of being worthy of esteem or respect. Every human…
theology: Catholic Morality FINAL EXAM: vocabulary
morality
gifts of the holy spirit
fruits of the holy spirit
magisterium
knowledge based on human experience, reason, and God's revela…
God given abilities that help us live a christian life ... -wisd…
-charity, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, generosit…
the official teaching authority of the church
morality
knowledge based on human experience, reason, and God's revela…
gifts of the holy spirit
God given abilities that help us live a christian life ... -wisd…
23 terms
Catholic Theology pt 3
Theology
Jewish understanding of history
Two things that often get confused wit…
3 methodical, foundational, fundamenta…
Theology: (theos = God) + (logos = study of, science, of, tru…
TELEOLOGICAL - study of ends and purposes... - History: There's…
1. Religion (Latin: religare, "to bind", akin to a law)... - a s…
1. Roman Catholic Theology Strives to be CATHOLIC (= universa…
Theology
Theology: (theos = God) + (logos = study of, science, of, tru…
Jewish understanding of history
TELEOLOGICAL - study of ends and purposes... - History: There's…
34 terms
Catholic Theology Quiz #3
What are the 4 definitions of mystery?
Why can't we fully come to know someone?
What is defined as faith?
What do the Roman Catholics believe th…
1) Mystery is any truth made known only through divine revela…
bc each and everyone of us is a mystery, and we can come to k…
-latin: fides... * confidence, belief, trust
1) knowledge... 2) assent... 3) confidence
What are the 4 definitions of mystery?
1) Mystery is any truth made known only through divine revela…
Why can't we fully come to know someone?
bc each and everyone of us is a mystery, and we can come to k…
16 terms
Catholic Morality Cycle 3 Vocab
Sanctity
Character
Virtue
Cardinal Virtues
Growth in holiness
The moral or ethical quality of a person. Holiness or sanctit…
A habitual and firm disposition to do the good.
Also called the moral or human virtues (prudence, justice, fo…
Sanctity
Growth in holiness
Character
The moral or ethical quality of a person. Holiness or sanctit…
29 terms
Catholic Morality Unit 3 Test (Vocab)
Adulation
Almsgiving
Boasting
Calumny
Excessive flattery, praise, or admiration for another person.
Freely giving money or material goods to a person who is need…
To talk with excessive pride and self-satisfaction about one'…
Ruining the reputation of another person by lying or spreadin…
Adulation
Excessive flattery, praise, or admiration for another person.
Almsgiving
Freely giving money or material goods to a person who is need…
Catholic Morality vocabulary; Ch. 3
freedom
determinism
imputable
law
"The power, rooted in reason and will, . . . to perform delib…
The philosophy that holds that every event, action, and decis…
Ascribed, attributed, or definitely linked to a specific acco…
"An ordinance of reason for the common good, promulgated by t…
freedom
"The power, rooted in reason and will, . . . to perform delib…
determinism
The philosophy that holds that every event, action, and decis…
Unit 3 Review (Catholic Morality)
Perjury
Conscience
Johannine
Mammon
the sin of lying while under an oath to tell the truth
the "interior voice" of a person, a God-given sense of the la…
the Gospel of John and the Letters of John
an Aramaic word meaning wealth or property
Perjury
the sin of lying while under an oath to tell the truth
Conscience
the "interior voice" of a person, a God-given sense of the la…
40 terms
Catholic Moral Theology Vocab 201-250
Portiuncula
Infant of Prague (1628)
presumption
preternatural gifts
birthplace of the Franciscans
wooden statue of the child Jesus, given to the Carmelites, de…
opposite of despair, God will take care of everything
integrity, immortality, infused knowledge
Portiuncula
birthplace of the Franciscans
Infant of Prague (1628)
wooden statue of the child Jesus, given to the Carmelites, de…
Foundations of Catholic Morality Test #3
Prudence
Stop Model
Discernment
Moral Object
The moral virtue that inclines us to lead good, ethical, and…
Search out the facts... Think about alternatives and consequence…
A decision-making process that attends to the implications an…
The moral content of an action that suggests whether the acti…
Prudence
The moral virtue that inclines us to lead good, ethical, and…
Stop Model
Search out the facts... Think about alternatives and consequence…
22 terms
Vocab Unit 3 (Catholic Morality)
Atheist; Atheism
Blasphemy
Covenant
Divination
One who denies existence of God; belief
Any act that is mocking, irrelevant, or offensive to God
Agreement between humans and God in which mutual committments…
The practice of seeking supernatural powers apart from God
Atheist; Atheism
One who denies existence of God; belief
Blasphemy
Any act that is mocking, irrelevant, or offensive to God
22 terms
Catholic Morality Terms Unit 3
atheist; atheism
blasphemy
covenant
divination
One who denies the existence of God; the denial of the existe…
Speaking, acting, or thinking about God, Jesus Christ, the Vi…
A solemn agreement between human beings or between God and a…
The practice of seeking powers or knowledge through supernatu…
atheist; atheism
One who denies the existence of God; the denial of the existe…
blasphemy
Speaking, acting, or thinking about God, Jesus Christ, the Vi…
Catholic Morality Unit 3 Vocabulary
atheist
blasphemy
covenant
divination
One who denies the existence of God; the denial of the existe…
Speaking, acting, or thinking about God, Jesus Christ, the Vi…
A solemn agreement between human beings or between God and a…
The practice of seeking powers or knowledge through supernatu…
atheist
One who denies the existence of God; the denial of the existe…
blasphemy
Speaking, acting, or thinking about God, Jesus Christ, the Vi…
15 terms
Catholic theology 3
Evangelists
Gospel
Kerygma
Didache
Authors of the 4 gospels if the new tetament
"Good News", story of the coming of the Savior and inaugurati…
Firm of preaching use in the early church the presumed an aud…
Word that mean teaching; described oral teaching to those who…
Evangelists
Authors of the 4 gospels if the new tetament
Gospel
"Good News", story of the coming of the Savior and inaugurati…
38 terms
Catholic Moral Theology Vocab 251-300
stigmata
stipend (Mass)
strike
subsidiarity
wounds of Christ
offer the priest money to say a Mass for a family member
legitimate but as a last resort
Pope Pius XI 1931 "A larger institution should not interfere…
stigmata
wounds of Christ
stipend (Mass)
offer the priest money to say a Mass for a family member
Chapter 3 Catholic morality vocab
Freedom
Determinism
Imputable
Law
The power to choose what to do but hopefully following the ei…
Everything that happens comes from our free will
Connected to a certain person or entity
Reason for the good made by a leader
Freedom
The power to choose what to do but hopefully following the ei…
Determinism
Everything that happens comes from our free will
Vocabulary Unit 3 Catholic Morality
Atheist
Blasphemy
Covenant
Divination
One who denies the existence of God
Speaking, acting, or thinking about God, Jesus Christ, the Vi…
A solemn agreement between human beings between God and a hum…
The practice of seeking powers or knowledge through supernatu…
Atheist
One who denies the existence of God
Blasphemy
Speaking, acting, or thinking about God, Jesus Christ, the Vi…
Catholic morality unit 3 vocab
atheist
Blasphemy
covenant
Divination
one who denies the existence of God
Speaking acting or thinking about God, Jesus Christ, the Virg…
a solemn agreement between human beings or between God and a…
the practice of seeking powers or knowledge through supernatu…
atheist
one who denies the existence of God
Blasphemy
Speaking acting or thinking about God, Jesus Christ, the Virg…
Catholic Morality Unit 3 Vocab
catechist
vocation
civil authorities
solidarity
a person called by God to the ministry of the education and f…
a call from God to all members of the Church to embrace a lif…
leaders of public groups that are not religious institutions,…
union of one's heart and mind with all people to achieve the…
catechist
a person called by God to the ministry of the education and f…
vocation
a call from God to all members of the Church to embrace a lif…
101 terms
Theology 3 Morality Final
abortion
adulation
adultery
almsgiving
the deliberate termination of a pregnancy by killing the unbo…
excessive flattery, praise or admiration for another person (…
sexual activity between two persons, at least one of whom is…
freely giving money or material goods to a person who is need…
abortion
the deliberate termination of a pregnancy by killing the unbo…
adulation
excessive flattery, praise or admiration for another person (…
vocab unit 3 - Catholic Morality - La
atheist; atheism
blasphemy
covenant
divination
One who denies the existence of God; the denial of the existe…
Speaking, acting, or thinking about God, Jesus Christ, the Vi…
A solemn agreement between human beings or between God and a…
The practice of seeking powers or knowledge through supernatu…
atheist; atheism
One who denies the existence of God; the denial of the existe…
blasphemy
Speaking, acting, or thinking about God, Jesus Christ, the Vi…
35 terms
Catholic Morality - Bell - Unit 3
egypt
east
client states
tribute
who were the top group of people up until 1250 BCE
where did egypt rule near
egypt created these out of scattered city states throughout c…
client states had to pay what to a greater power
egypt
who were the top group of people up until 1250 BCE
east
where did egypt rule near
46 terms
Catholic Morality Unit 3 Review
adulation
almsgiving
boasting
calumny
excessive flattery, praise, or admiration for another person
freely giving money or material goods to someone who is needy…
exaggerating accomplishments in order to make oneself seem pr…
ruining the reputation of another person by lying or spreadin…
adulation
excessive flattery, praise, or admiration for another person
almsgiving
freely giving money or material goods to someone who is needy…
26 terms
Catholic Moral Theology Vocab Terms 1
abortion
absolution
acedia
actual graces
The deliberate termination of a pregnancy by killing the unbo…
An essential part of the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliat…
Not caring, apathy, boredom.
God's interventions and support for us in the everyday moment…
abortion
The deliberate termination of a pregnancy by killing the unbo…
absolution
An essential part of the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliat…
Unit 3 Vocab: Catholic Morality
Perjury... Sin against what commandment?
Conscience
Johannine writings
Mammon
The sin of lying while under an oath to tell the truth.... Sin a…
The "interior voice" of a person, a God-given sense of the la…
The Gospel of John and the three Letters of John
An Aramaic word meaning wealth and property
Perjury... Sin against what commandment?
The sin of lying while under an oath to tell the truth.... Sin a…
Conscience
The "interior voice" of a person, a God-given sense of the la…
35 terms
catholic morality unit 3 test
corporal works of mercy
greed
social doctrine
plagiarism
charitable actions that respond to people's physical needs
the desire to accumulate earthly goods beyond what we need
the body of teaching by the Church on economic and social mat…
copying someone else's words or ideas without permission or g…
corporal works of mercy
charitable actions that respond to people's physical needs
greed
the desire to accumulate earthly goods beyond what we need
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