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Faith Exam

Why did the sister moved to reading? The sisters came to Cincinnati in 1841, where they opened a school on 6th street where they first opened, in 1859 they outgrew the school and bought in Reading and then built a school there
Who is Sr. Dorothy Sr. Dorothy was a missionary working in Brazil, who fought for the rights of the poor, and against illegal loggers
Explain Julie’s vision about starting the Sisters of Notre Dame She saw a group of sisters wearing habits she has never seen before, praying at the foot of a cross
Explain why Julie was a threat to people and how she escaped these threats. She was a religious leader, she escaped in a cart full of hay
How was St. Julie paralyzed and cured? She was in the shop with her father when someone through a rock at their window, and they also heard gun shots. This put her into shock, and she became very ill. In attempts to cure her they drained all the “Bad Blood” leaving her paralyzed. She was cured
Felicity St. Julie’s niece who accompanied her when she was escaping
Francoise St. Julie’s best friend who helped her start the SNDdeN
Archbishop Purcell Invited SNDdeN to Cincinnati to start schools
Identify the two main missions of the Sisters of Notre Dame. 1. Serve the Poor 2. Educate the Poor
Name the government / peasant conflict that existed during Julie’s lifetime. French Revolution
What was St. Julie’s famous saying? “Ah! How good is the good God”
Where was St. Julie born and where did she do the majority of her work? She was born in Cuvily France. She worked in the fields
Virtue behavior showing high moral standards
Cardinal Virtues Four pivotal human virtues: prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance.
Theological Virtues Faith, hope, and charity they are bestowed to us at baptism
Revelation the way God communicates to us
Religion A system of beliefs shared by a group with objects for devotion, rituals for worship and a code of ethics
Ecumenical Council a meeting of all the bishops headed by the pope
Faith a strong belief of god and doctrines of the religion
Magisterium Teaching authority of the Church
Catechism Of the Church A book containing a summary of Catholic teaching
Agnostic one who believes that nothing can be known about God; a skeptic;
Atheist A person who believes there is no god
Deist the belief that God created us but takes no further interest afterwards
Theist a person who believes in the existence of divine reality
Monotheism Belief in one God
Polytheism Belief in many gods
Covenant an agreement between God and his people in which God makes certain promises and requires certain behavior from them in return
Divine Revelation Gods Free gift of self communication
Dogma a teaching of the church that Catholics are expected to believe
Scared Scripture library of divinely inspired writing
Sacred Tradition the handing on of the churches gospel message by the apostles
Trinity There is one God with three parts, this is the central dogma
Apostles each of the twelve chief disciples of Jesus Christ
Inerrant incapable of being wrong.
Abba "Daddy" and is what jesus wants us to call God
Original Sin Adam and Eve's abuse of their human freedom by disobeying God's command
Concupiscence desire to sin because of original sin
Incarnation when God become human
Gospel a term meaning good news referring Jesus preachings and teaching
Annunciation the announcement to the Virgin Mary by the angel Gabriel of the incarnation of Christ
Messiah anointed one
Parousia The Second Coming of Christ
Paraclete A name for the holy spirit meaning advocate
Grace Gods gift of friendship and life that enables us to share his life of love
Justification the spirits grace that cleanses us of all of all our sins through faith in Jesus Christ and baptism
Evangelization to preach the gospel
Laity baptized Catholics who have not received holy orders nor belong to a church - approved religious state
Hierarchy the leadership of the church made up of ordained ministers
Priestly offering yourself with Christ in his sacrifice to the father
Pope leader of the church
One the profession of one faith which goes back to the time of the Apostles
Catholic Christ's presence gives her the fulness of the means of salvation
Holy chirist is the model for her holiness
Apostolic She is the Church founded on the apostles
Intercession Catholics pray to saints to petition God the father tp be go between on our behalf
Eschatology a study of the last things
Heaven the name for our union with God and the communion of saints
Hell to die in mortal sin without repenting and accepting God's merciful love remaining separated from him forever by one's own free choice
Purgatory the name for the state of being of the final purification of those who die in God's grace and friendship
Saints Anyone who is in heaven
Particular Judgement Jesus will rule on one's eternal destiny to be spent in heaven
Last Judgement Jesus's judgement of the living and the dead on the last day of human history
Conscience a persons ability to determine the moral quality of a concrete act
Means Actions Taken
Ends Consequences
Sources of Morality Virtues& Vice
Moral Object act or actions under considerations end means does not justify the intentions or motives
Intentions desire goal, end or result- your motives
Circumstance Outside factors that influence the desire or the outcome
Cardinal Virtues "Hinge" Virtues from which all other victims come
Christian Mortality Choosing right and wrong
How do we develop our conscience? -Think to Discover God’s Goodness and Truth -Listen to Jesus Christ -Obey teachings of magisterium - Use Gifts and graces of the Holy Spirit
Three building blocks of Catholic morality Moral Object Intentions Circumstances
Prudence knowing how to act
Justice Respecting others, being fair
Temperance Practicing control and discipline
Fortitude Spiritual strength to do the right when afraid
What does it mean to say humans are made in God’s image? We have dignity We can think We have freedom We are responsible We are wounded by sin We are children of God We are friends of the Lord
What is the role of the Magisterium in helping people make moral decisions? To help Form your conscience
How is the Church a Sacrament The church is the inner union of men with God.
Marks of the Church One, Holy Catholic Apostolic Church
Sacraments of Initiation Baptism, Confirmation, First Communion
Sacraments of Vocation Matrimony and Holy Orders
Sacraments of Penance Anointing of the Sick, Reconciliation
What does papal infallibility mean? A gift of the spirit; the Pope & bishops are preserved from error when proclaiming a doctrine to Christian faith or morals
When is the pope infallible When proclaiming a doctrine related to Christian faith or morals
What do Catholics believe happens at death? After death? Our souls leave our bodies, and we either go straight to heaven or purgatory
Created by: vmfrance18
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