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8th Religion - ACRE

ACRE Important Terms

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two basic principles of Catholic social teaching common good and dignity of the human person
Father in Faith Abraham
God changed Abram's name to what Abraham
the formal forgiveness of a sin by a priest during Reconcilation Absolution
ACTS Adoration, Contrition, Thanksgiving, Supplication
the announcement by the angel Gabriel that Mary was to become the mother of Jesus by the power of the Holy Spirit Annunciation
twelve original followers of Jesus Apostles
when the Virgin Mary appears to people on Earth Apparition
when Jesus ascended back into Heaven Ascension
when Mary was taken (body & soul) into Heaven when her earthly life was over Assumption
a collection of many books written under God's inspiration and human hands Bible
the misclaiming to be God blasphemy
3 persons in 1 God Holy Trinity
the process in which adults become members of the Catholic faith catechumante
what does Catholic mean universal
the union of believers, living and dead, who form one body in Christ communion of saints
our ability to judge right and wrong conscience
solemn promise between God and His people covenant
a summary of the principle beliefs of the Church creed
followers of Jesus disciples
a truth taught by the Church as revealed by God dogma
the unity and working toward unity of all Christian faiths under God ecumenism
Council/gathering of the entire Church, through the bishops, gathers together to address one or more vital issues to the life of the Church at a given time ecumenical council
most recent ecumenical council Vatican II
someone who shares the Good News of Jesus evangelist
Gospel writers Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John
A gift by which we believe in God and all He has revealed faith
writers of Christian ancient times who have a great understanding of doctrine and holiness of life early Church fathers
liturgical color for Ordinary Time green
liturgical color for Advent/Lent purple
liturgical color for martyrs red
liturgical color for Mary blue
liturgical color for Christmas/Easter white
“Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. Love your neighbor as yourself.” Greatest commandment
The chain of command in Church leadership hierarchy
The “energy” part of the Holy Trinity. He gives us the gifts to act out what God is calling us to do Holy Spirit
people are made in the image and likeness of God human dignity
teaching of Mary being conceived without sin through the Gift of the Holy Spirit and being chosen to become the Mother of God Immaculate Conception
The mystery in which the Son of God became Man Incarnation
Jesus was 100% human and 100% divine - yes or no yes
The teachings of the Pope and bishops on the matters of our faith are without error infallability
Central theme of Jesus’ teachings throughout His 3 years of ministry Kingdom of God
The official teaching authority of the Church Magisterium
Someone who has died as a witness of Christ martyr
The celebration of the Eucharist. This is the Catholic community’s most important act of worship. Mass
That God is always present omnipresence
Patroness of the Americas Our Lady of Guadauple
The Israeli feast that celebrates their passage from slavery in Egypt to freedom Passover
When Christians celebrate the Holy Spirit coming to the Apostles Birthday of the Church Pentecost
first pope Peter
A statement made by divine inspiration prophecy
Symbol of God’s covenant to never again devastate the earth by water (with Noah) rainbow
When the Jesus took Peter, James, and John up the mountain and it was revealed to them that Jesus was both human and divine Transfiguration
The true presence of Christ in the Eucharist – body, blood, soul, and divinity – in the form of bread and wine transubstantiation
theological vitures faith, hope, charity
cardinal virtues justice, prudence, temperance, fortitude
Sacraments of Initation baptism, Eucharist, confirmation
how many sacraments are there 7
how many commandments are there 10
how many beatitudes are there 8
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