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5th Gr Religion EXAM

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catechumenate a period of formation Christian initiation
Sacred Chrism perfumed oil blessed by the bishop
**gifts of the Holy Spirit wisdom, understanding, counsel, fortitude, knowledge, piety, and fear of the Lord
Introductory Rites the part of the mass that unites us as a community
Liturgy of the Eucharist the part of mass in which Christ's death and resurrection are made present
Consecration the part of mass when the bread and wine become the body and blood of Christ
Concluding Rites the last part of mass in which we are sent forth to be Christ's servants
conscience our ability to know the difference between right and wrong
Act of Contrition a prayer that allows us to show sorrow
**Matrimony the sacrament in which a man and a woman become husband and wife
**marriage covenant the life long commitment between a man and woman to live as faithful partners
**Holy Orders the sacrament in which ordained men are ordained to serve the church
**bishops the successors of the Apostles who are ordained to continue the Apostles work
**priests ordained ministers who serve the Christian faithful by leading, teaching, and most especially celebrating the Eucharist and other sacraments
**deacons baptized men who are not priests but are ordained to the work of service for the Church
**What are the seven sacraments Baptism, Penance, Eucharist, Confirmation, Matrimony, Holy Orders and Anointing of the Sick
**mission purpose, Jesus' mission is to share the life of God with all people and to save them from sin
Blessed Trinity The three persons in one God - God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit
Kingdom of God heaven, the power of God's love active in our lives and in the world
Apostles 12 men chosen by Jesus to share in his mission in a special way
Church all those who believe in Jesus Christ, have been baptized in him and follow his teachings
Nazareth where Jesus grew up, a town in Galilee
Pentecost means the "fifth day." The day the Holy Spirit descended upon the apostles. When the Holy Spirit came to strengthen the apostles
Evangelization proclaiming the Good News of Christ by what we say or do
Last Judgement Jesus Christ coming at the end of time to judge all people
Paschal Mystery Christ's suffering, Death, resurrection from the dead and Ascension into Heaven
Liturgy the official public prayer of the church
Sacrament an effective sign given to us by Jesus through which we share in God's life
Initiation to become part of, as initiated into the Church
Holiness sharing in God's goodness and responding to his love by the way we live, our holiness comes through grace
Holy Orders the sacrament in which baptized men are ordained to serve the Church as deacons, priests and bishops
Sanctifying Grace the gift of sharing in God's life that we receive in the sacraments
Common Vocation the call to holiness and evangelization that all Christians share
Real Presence Jesus really and truly present in the Eucharist
Last Supper At the last summer, Jesus gave us the fit of himself and instituted the Eucharist. A meal , a sacrifice and a memorial
Grace God's special blessing, gift from God that allows us to turn to Him and follow Him
Human Dignity All people are created in God's image and share the same human dignity
Celebrant a person who performs a rite - like mass or eucharist or one of the sacraments
repentance John the baptist talked to the people about this, to seek God's forgiveness
forgiveness Jesus invites all people to seek God's forgiveness
Eucharist the sacrament of the body and blood of Christ
Reconciliation sacrament in which members of the church are reconciled with God and the Church
Confirmation We are sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit and are strengthened to live as Christ's followers
Baptism the sacrament in which we are united and become part of the Body of Christ and the people of God
Laying on of the Hands takes place in different sacraments like Confirmation and Holy Orders to show unity
Holy Communion another word for Eucharist
fruits of the Holy Spirit love, peace, joy patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness and self control
penitent a person seeking forgiveness
confess to tell your sins to a priest
Three sacraments of Initiation baptism, eucharist and confirmation
The importance of Water in Baptism a symbol of Grace , and it represents the great flood that ended sin and shows the power of water. Water also shows freedom of sin through the waters of the Red Sea helping the Israelites out of slavery. Water is life saving
What is original sin and how does it affect us? Given to us by Adam and Eve, everyone is born with it, baptism takes it away, it causes us to be tempted to sin for the rest of our lives
Importance of preparing for confirmation during preparation, candidates grow closer to Christ and learn about the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Candidates pray and reflect on the life of Jesus and the mission of the church.
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