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Religion

Lent Bingo Words

TermDefinition
40 Days how long Lent lasts
Abstain what we are doing when we do not eat meat on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday and all the Fridays during Lent
Alleluia response that is not used during Lent; "buried"
Almsgiving the practice of giving of money or our time or talents to those in need
Ash Wednesday the first day of Lent
Ashes what is placed on our forehead in the sign of the cross on the first day of Lent to remind us to do penance
Chrism Mass Mass during Holy Week when the oils are blessed
Easter Sunday the day we remember Christ's resurrection
Easter Vigil Mass when we await the resurrection. The Service on Holy Saturday that includes the Service of Light, the Liturgy of the Word, Christian Initiation, and the Eucharist
Fast what we are doing on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday when we eat only one full meal and avoid eating between meals
Good Friday the day of the Triduum when we remember Jesus' suffering and death; veneration of the cross
Holy Thursday Mass commemorating the institution of the Eucharist and reminder of Jesus' example to us to be of service to others
Holy Saturday when we celebrate the Easter Vigil, mass awaiting the resurrection
Holy Water this is blessed at the Easter Vigil, reminder of our baptism
Holy Week the 7 days before Easter Sunday including Triduum
Laetare Sunday means Rejoice; 4th Sunday of Lent; rejoicing in the halfway point of Lent; Laetare from prayer "Rejoice with Jerusalem"
Mardi Gras the French word for Fat Tuesday referring to the celebrations before Lent begins
New fire is blessed at the Easter vigil and used to light the paschal candle, Jesus as light of the world
Palm Sunday the beginning of Holy Week. we remember Jesus' entry into Jerusalem. We hear the reading of the passion
Paschal Candle this is blessed and marked in a special way during the Easter Vigil. It symbolizes Christ as the light of the world
Purple the liturgical color that symbolizes sorrow and repentance during Lent
Reconciliation forgiveness of sin
Resurrection the event that is the core of all Christian/Catholic beliefs; it is remembered Easter Sunday and every Sunday
Silence how we leave Mass on Holy Thursday and enter and leave on Good Friday
Stations of the Cross the devotion/prayer when we remember Jesus' journey to his death on Calvary
Sundays our weekly celebration of the resurrection. Not counted in the 40 days of Lent
The Passion Jesus' suffering and death
Triduum the three days that are the high point of our liturgical year when we remember the institution of the Eucharist, paschal mystery, and resurrection
Turn away from sin and be faithful to the Gospel the words used when the ashes are placed on our forehead
Washing of Feet a symbol of the service/servants we are called to be for others by Jesus' example
Created by: bflynn