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RELST II TCOS 2.1

TermDefinition
Magisterium The bishops acting in union with the pope; teaching authority of the Church.
Kingdom of God Reign or rule, begun with the coming of Christ.
R.C.I.A. The process through which non-Catholic adults learn about and join with the full communion with the Catholic Church by receiving the Sacraments of Initiation.
Mystagogia Unfolding of the mystery. Period following the Baptism of adults.
Salvation History The story of God's action in human history.
Covenant The partnership between God and humanity which God established out of love.
Pentecost aka the birthday of the Church; day on which the Holy Spirit descended on the Apostles & empowered them to preach Gospel
Salvation True, complete and permanent unity with God and with one another; it's the goal of all creation.
Apostle One who is sent.
Permanent constitution Those elements in the Church's structure which were established by Jesus.
bishop literally "overseer;" the successor to the apostles.
pope the bishop of Rome; successor of Peter.
permanent ethic Those moral teaching which are essential corollaries of the Church's understanding.
hierarchy The structural order of leaders within the Church; commonly used to refer to all ordained ministers in the Church.
permanent dogma Those absolute truths which were revealed by Christ and are so essential that their essence can never be changed.
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