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Man’s propensity or tendency to sin due to Original Sin. Concupiscence
_____________ is the term for the preternatural relationship between Adam and Eve and God before the ‘Fall’. Original Holiness
The narrative of God’s plan to save mankind from sin which stretches from Creation to the Second Coming of Christ, is called _________________. Salvation History
Which Person of the Blessed Trinity carried out the work of creation? All three Persons of the Blessed Trinity carried it out
God promised Abraham... he will be blessed by God he will be the father of a great nation he and his people would triumph over their enemies by his descendants all the nations will be blessed
In what two basic senses does the Catholic Church interpret passages of Sacred Scripture? literal and spiritual
What is the reason for the division of languages according to the book of Genesis? It was a temporary and partial measure to curb human pride and sin.
The protoevangelium refers to... God's promises a redeemer in Genesis 3:15
The great privilege afforded by God to the Blessed Virgin Mary, in consequence of her role as the Mother of Jesus Christ, that she be preserved from all stain of Original Sin, is called her... the immaculate conception
Which of these means that Jesus was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit in the womb of Mary without the seed of man? virgin birth
The conception of Jesus Christ in the womb of the Blessed Virgin Mary is called... incarnation
what does it mean when the angel called Mary "full of grace"? She is free of the stain of original sin She is singularly chosen by God from the moment of her conception The Dogma of the Immaculate Conception She is privileged in a special and unique way thru being the Mother of Jesus Christ
What is the point of St. Luke's genealogy and to whom he traces Jesus' lineage? Jesus is the New Adam come to redeem all descendants of Adam
___________ is defined as "the detachment from the material possessions of the world" Christian Poverty
Christ’s saving all people from slavery to sin and death by means of his Paschal Mystery is called the . . . redemption
The prophet who recognized Jesus as the Messiah during his Presentation in the Temple is called . . . St. Simeon
Christ’s hidden life was characterized by . . . his obedience to the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Joseph.
Latin for let it be done—Mary’s yes to God by which she conceived Jesus by the power of the Holy Spirit—is called her . . . fiat
The entrance of God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit into the soul of a baptized Christian, which divine presence remains in the soul so long as a person perseveres in the state of grace, is called . . . the indwelling of the Blessed Trinity.
The Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ—by which he accomplished the Redemption of all people—is called the . . . Paschal Mystery
The prophetess who recognized Jesus as the Messiah during his Presentation in the Temple is . . . St. Anna
A special kind of love in which a person identifies with the sufferings of another with a desire to relieve his or her pain is called… Compassion
Another name for Mary's Song (which praises God for having selected the Blessed Virgin Mary to be the Mother of God and for his divine mercy) is ___________________. The magnificat
The gift of man’s having been restored to harmony with God, which is made possible through the Sacrifice of Jesus Christ, is called . . . Justification
The very divine life of God made available to human beings through Christ’s redemptive Sacrifice is called . . . Sanctifying grace
______________ is a form of prayer that engages thought, imagination emotion and desire, relating what we read in the Scriptures to our lives Meditation
___________ is a form of prayer that is a silent, loving “looking” or gazing at AND listening to God. Contemplation
Specific interventions by God that help us whether at the beginning of conversion or in the work of sanctification are called… Actual Grace
Satan repeatedly tried to tempt Christ to... forgo his Passion and Death
Roman governor of Judea who sentenced christ to death Pontius Pilate
What did the Baptism of Christ mean? It was an indication of the acceptance of His mission
The Wedding at Cana is important because it... was Christ’s first public miracle. prefigured Christ’s Passion and Death on the Cross. indicated the importance of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the life of Christ.
What was Jesus' driving attitude in facing down the numerous temptations to avoid the suffering of the cross? obedience to the will of the Father
Image Isaiah conveyed in his writings regarding the coming of the Redeemer. Suffering Servant
In what two ways does the Devil seem to tempt people? through distortion of the truth and fear
First Mass; celebrated by Christ on Holy Thursday Last Supper
Christ’s glorious, bodily return to heavenly glory forty days after his Resurrection Acension
Good News of Christ’s Incarnation and Redemption Gospel
Christ’s suffering culminating in his Death the passion
According to St. Paul, how many people saw the risen Christ? about 500 people
______ was forced by Roman soldiers to help Jesus carry the cross. Simon the Cyrene
All of the following are marks of the Church except... one eternal catholic apostolic holy eternal
Latin for from the chair; refers to the pope’s capacity to make infallible declarations regarding Faith and morals Ex Cathedra
God’s eternal dwelling place where the saints enjoy the Beatific Vision Heaven
The Church is called as the... People of God Sacrament of Salvation Mystical Body of Christ
St. Paul’s famous image of the church as intimately joined to Christ, her head.... Mystical Body of Christ
The Church is catholic, meaning she is... Universal
Christ entrusted the_______________ to his Apostles, which has been transmitted to all generations through the Church. Deposit of Faith
Greek word for presence or arrival; refers to the Second coming of Christ Parousia
Term refers to those souls chosen by god from eternity to enjoy union with him elect
Efficacious sign of grace given by Christ to his church by which God’s divine life is dispensed to the faithful Sacrament
Quality of the church by which she will persist until the end of the time indefectibility
Judgment made by Christ of every individual soul at the time of his or her death Particular Judgment
Term meaning ‘the Assembled People of God’. church
_____ means ‘outside the Church there is no salvation’ …all salvation comes from Christ through his Church. Extra Ecclesiam nulla salus
Image of the Church wherein people journey toward perfection and fulfillment in Christ. Pilgrim Church
The work accomplished by Christ for all people by means of his Passion, Death, and Resurrection is called... Objective redemption
Each person's response to the universal call to holiness should include... conversion of the heart growth in charity being a Christian witness to others
Salvation made possible by one's proper disposition and correspondence to the grace won by Christ through his Passion, Death, and Resurrection Subjective Redemption
The universal call to follow Christ begins with a call to... repentance
Perfection of charity possessed by God defines? Holiness
Charitable actions intended to help another’s physical and material well-being Corporal works of mercy
Efficacious signs of grace given by christ to the church Sacraments
Inner judgment about a particular action or thought as it does or does not correspond to the moral law defines? Conscience
Latin for , "Out of the work done"; how grace is dispensed through the sacraments? Ex opere operato
Charitable actions intended to aid the well-being of another’s soul Spiritual works of mercy
Faith, hope, and charity are? Theological Virtues
Scholastic term to describe bread and wine becoming the Body and Blood of Christ in the Sacrament of the Eucharist Transubstantiation
Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Christ existing under the species of bread and wine refers to? Real Presence
A holy member of the church on earth, in Purgatory, or in heaven; a person declared by the church to be in heaven Saint
Sacraments of holy orders and Matrimony Sacraments at the Service of communion
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