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Religion Vocabulary

Chapter 11 & 12 Vocabulary

Sabbath The day of rest set apart to honor God in a special way
Synagogue The gathering place where Jewish People pray and learn about God
Holy day of Obligation A day that is seer apart to celebrate a special event in the life of Jesus, Mary, or the saints
Corporal Works of Mercy Things that we do to care for the physical needs of others
Spiritual Works of Mercy Things that we do to care for the minds, hearts, and souls of others
Mass The celebration of the Eucharist
Assembly The community of people gathered to worship in the name of Jesus Christ
Liturgy of the Word The part of the Mass when we listen and respond to God's word
Homily A talk given by the priest or deacon that helps us to understand the readings and to grow as faithful followers of Jesus
Liturgy of the Eucharist The part of the Mass in which the Death and Resurrection of Christ are made present again; our gifts of bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ, which we receive in Holy Communion
Eucharistic Prayer The Church's greatest prayer of praise and thanksgiving to God
Consecration The part of the Eucharistic Prayer when, by the power of the Holy Spirit and the through the words and actions of the priest, the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ.
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