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3rd gr Religion

Sadlier We Believe Ch 15-27

QuestionAnswer
sacrament special sign given to us by Jesus through which we share in God's life and love
grace our share in God's life and love
Sacraments of Christian Initiation the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist
original sin the first sin committed by the first human being
passover the Jewish feast celebrating the freedom from slavery in Egypt
Eucharist the sacrament of Jesus' Body and Blood
Mass celebration of the Eucharist
sacrifice a gift offered to God by a priest in the name of all the people
assembly people gathered to worship in the name of Jesus Christ
introductory rites the first part of the Mass in which we become one as we prepare to listen to God's word and to celebrate the Eucharist
Liturgy of the Word the part of the Mass when we listen and respond to God's word
Liturgy of the Eucharist the part of the Mass when the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ, which we receive in Holy Communion
Concluding Rite the last part of the Mass that reminds us to continue praising and serving God each day
sin a thought, word or action that is against God's law
conscience God's gift that helps us know right from wrong
oil of the sick holy oil that has been blessed by a Bishop for use in the Anointing of the Sick
eternal life living with God forever in the happiness of heaven
funeral mass a special Mass at which we thank God for the life of a person who has died.
covenant an agreement between God and his people
ecumenism work toward Christian unity
Rite a special way that Catholics celebrate,live, and pray to God
saints followers of Christ who lived lives of holiness on earth and now share in eternal life with God in heaven
communion of saints the union of the baptized members of the church on earth with those who are in heaven and in purgatory
Immaculate Conception the belief that Mary was free from original sin from the very first moment of her life
Assumption the belief that, when Mary's work on earth was done, God brought her body and soul to live forever with the risen Christ
parable a short story that uses things from everyday life
miracles amazing events that are beyond human power
Created by: Religion3 on 2010-05-12



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