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TCOS Unit 7.1 vocabulary

Assumption of Mary The dogma that states Mary was taken directly to Heaven after her death. Mary already shares in the resurrection of the body which is promised to all the faithful.
Doctor of the Church Title officially conferred upon a saint by the pope or by a general council declaring that person to have been particularly holy, wise & learned and therefore, a source of sound theological teaching.
Eshatology The study of the last things: Second Coming of Christ, the Resurrection of the dead, the Kingdom God, judgment, Heaven Hell and Purgatory.
Father of the Church A title for writers of the early Church who had a major impact on the development of Christian theology and doctrine.
Immaculate Conception The dogma which states that Mary was free from the stain of Original Sin from the beginning of her existence.
Redemption Christ's saving work which freed humanity from the power of sin and death and restored them to unity with God.
Saint One who has been transformed by God. In its most basic sense, it refers to all Christians.
Second Coming Jesus' return in glory at the end of time when the Kingdom of God will be fully realized.
Value Something believed to be particularly important.
Virtue A habitual disposition to do good; attitudes and habits which lead a person to do what God desires.
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