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Catholic Vocab #1

Vocabulary for first 3 lessons of Baltimore Catechism #3

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man a creature composed of body and soul, and made to the image and likeness of God
creature anything created, whether it has life or not; body or no body. Every being, person, or thing except God Himself may be called a creature
understanding "gift of reason," by which man is distinguished from all other animals, and by which he is enabled to think and thus acquire knowledge and regulate his actions
revelation the truths God teaches us and also the manner by which He teaches them
Free Will that gift of God by which we are enabled to choose between one thing and another; and to do good or evil in spite of reward or punishment
instinct a gift by which all animals are impelled to follow the laws and habits that God has given to their nature
worship give divine honor by acts such as the offering of prayer or sacrifice
Church, through which God speaks to us "teaching Church"; that is, the Pope, Bishops, and priests, whose duty it is to instruct us in the truths and practices of our religion
end of man the purpose for which he was created: namely, to know, love, and serve God
world the universe; that is, the whole creation; all that we now see or may hereafter see
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