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Religion 5-2

Key words/vocab

conscience our ability to know the difference between good and evil, right and wrong
sin athought, word, deed or omission against God's law
Passover the feast on whickh Jewish people remenber the miraculous way that God saved them from death and slavery in ancient Egypt
Eucharist the sacrament of the body and blood of christ, Jesus is truly present under the apperancees of bread and wine
prophet someone who speaks on behalf of God, dfend the truth, and works for justice
Eternal Life living in happiness with God forever
Saints followers of Christ who lived lives of holiness on earth and now share in eternal life with God in Heaven
Baptism the sacrement in which we are freed from sin, become children of God, and are welcomed into the church
common vocation the call to holiness and evangelization that all Christiands share
Chistian initiation the process of becoming a member of the church through the sacrements of Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist
holiness sharing in God's goodness and rsponding to his love by the way we live; our holiness comes through grace
Jesus' mission to share the life of God with all people and to save them from sin
Kingdom of God the power of God's love active in our lives in the world
evangelization Poclaiming the Good News of Christ by what we say and do
liturgy the official public prayer of the church
Paschal Mystery christs suffering, keath, resurrection from the dead and ascension into heaven
Last Judgement Jesus christ is coming at the end of time to judge all people
Corporal Works of Mercy acts of love that help us care for the physical and material needs of others
Blesed Trinity the Three Persons in One God: God the Fater, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit
Church all those who beliece in Jesus Christ, have been baptized in him, and follow his teachings
Apostles men chosen by Jesus to share in his mission in a special way
Spiritual Works of Mercy ats of love that help us care for the needs of people's hearts, minds, and souls
sacrament an effective sign given to us by Jesus through wich we sare in God's life
sanctifying grace the gift of sharing in God's life that we receive in the sacaments
incarnation the truth that the Son of God became man
salvation the forgiveness of sins and the estoring of fiendship with God
Introductory rites the part of the mass that unites us as a community;it prepares us to hear God's Word and to celebrate the Eucharist
liturgy of the Word the part of the Mass in which we listen and respond to God's Word; we profess our faith and pray for all people in need
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 recceive in Holy Communion
Consecration the part of the Eucharistic Prayer when, by the power of the Holy Spirit and through the words and actions of the priest, the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ
Concluding Rites the last part of the Mass in which we are blessed and sent forth to be Christ's servants in the world and to love others as he has loved us
Liturgy of the Hours a public prayer of the Church made up of psalms, readngs from Scripture and Church teachings, prayers and hymns and celebrated at various times during the day
holy day of obligation a day we are obliged to participate in the Mass to celebrate a special event in the life of Jesus, Mary, or the saints
sacramentals blessings, actions, and objects that help us respond to Hod's grace received in the sacraments
conversion a turning to God with all one's heart
Anointing of the Sick the sacrment by which God's grace and comfort are given to those who are seriously ill or suffering because of their old age
Annunciation the name given to the angel's visit to Mary at which the announcement was made that she would be the Mother of the Son of God
Immaculate Conception the belief that Mary was free from Original Sin from the moment she was conceived
Assumption the belief that when Mary's work on earth was done, God bought her body and soul to live forever with the risen Christ
virtue agood habit that helps us to act according to God'd love for us
Faith the virtue that enables us to believe in God and all that the Chuch teaches us; it helps us to believe all that God has told us about himself and all that he has done
hope the virtue that enables us to trust in God's promise to share his life with us forever; it makes us confident in God's love and care for us
love the greatest of all virtues that enables us to love God and to love our neighbor
priesthood of the faithful Christ's priestly mission in which all those who are baptized share
religious women and men who belong to communities of service to God and the Church
Matrimony the sacrament in which a man and woman become husband and wife and promise to be faithful to each other for the est of their lives
marriage covenant the life-long commitment between a man and woman to live as faithful and loving partners
Holy Orders the sacrament in which baptized men are ordained to serve the Church as deacons, priests, and bishops
stewards of creation those who take care of everything that God has given them
ecumenism the work to promote unity amoung all Christians
Real Presence Jesus really and truly present in the Eucharist
sacrifice a gift offered to God by a priest in the name of all the people
Sacred Chrism perfumed oil blessed by the bishop
sacramentals blessings, actions, and objects that help us respond to God's grace received in the sacraments
laypeople all the baptized members of the Church who share in the mission to bring the Good News of Christ to the world
fidelity faithfulness to a person and to duties, obligations, and promises; in marriage, the loyalty and the willingness to be true to each other always
gifts of the Ho;y Spirit wisdom, understandin, counsel, fortitude, knowledge, piety, and fear of the lord
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