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4th Grade Religion

Religion Study Guide

St. Katherine Drexel Was born to a wealthy family and began the Sister of the Blessed Sacrament.
St. John Neumann Was the Bishop of Philadelphia in 1852.
St. Catherine of Sienna Was known as a Doctor of the Church.
St. Joseph Was the foster father of Jesus.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seaton Founded a congregation of women teachers.
St. Martin de Porres Helped the poor.
Thea Bowman A great lecturer who promoted awareness of the cultures.
Prudence, Cardinal Virtue
Justice Cardinal Virtue
Temperance and Fortitude Cardinal Virtue
Faith Theological Virtues
Hope Theological Virtues
Love Theological Virtues
Spiritual Work of Mercy Comfort those who suffer
Spiritual Work of Mercy Teach the ignorant
Spiritual Work of Mercy be patient with others
Corporal Work of Mercy Welcome the Stranger
Corporal Work of Mercy Visit those in prison
Beatitudes the heart of Jesus' teachings on how to live our lives,
Blessed are the poor in spirit for theirs is the kingdom of heaven
Blessed are the pure of heart for they shall see God
Blessed are the peacemakers they shall be called children of God
Blessed are meek for they shall inherit the earth
Blessed are those that mourn they shall be comforted
2nd Commandment Do not take the Lord's name in vein.
3rd Commandemnt Keep Holy the Lord's Day
7th Commandement You shall not kill
8th Commandment You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor
Lent Prepares us for Easter
Advent is the beginning of the Liturgical Year
Triduum We celebrate the life death and resurrection
Ordinary Time liturgical color is green
Ten Commandments Given to Moses on Mount Sinai
Conscience helps us to love and do good and avoid evil
Covenant an agreement between God and His people
Grace the gift of the Holy Spirit to help us love and serve God
The first three commandments help us to love and serve God
Our Father is the prayer Jesus taught
Feast Days celebrate liturgies of major importance
Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation sacraments of initiation
Sacramentals blessings and consecration of people and things
Pentecost celebrated 50 days after Easter
Solemnity of the Annunciation March 25
Advent begins the Liturgical Year
Visitation when Mary visited Elizabeth after Gabriel announced that her cousin was also with child
Ascension Thursday forty days after Easter
Ash Wednesday First Day of Lent
Immaculate Conception December 8th
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