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RCIA

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What is God’s will for the destiny of every human being? He desires to have an intimate and loving relationship with everyone as shown by the Revelation. (Revelation is the act by which God speaks to and forms a covenant with his people
How are we saved? We are saved through the death and resurrection of Christ
What do we mean by “The Paschal Mystery?” Christ’s death and resurrection as one inseparable event. Similar historical event also happened in Exodus in Jerusalem
What do we mean by “the four last things”? Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell
List the seven sacraments Marriage Reconciliation Baptism Confirmation Eucharist Anointing of the Sick Holy Orders
List the Holy Days of Obligation and explain what each pertains to. Sundays Ascension, 40 days after Christ rose from the dead All Saints Day Immaculate Conception of Mary Christmas
List the Ten Commandments Worship no idols Do not take the name of the Lord in vain Keep holy the Lords Day Honor your father and mother Do not kill Do not commit adultery Do not steal Do not bear false witness against your neighbor Do not covet your neighbors wife or thin
List the Precepts of the Catholic Church Attend mass on Sundays & Holy Days of Obligation. Confess your sins at least 1x year Recv the Sacrament of the at least during the Easter season. Observe the prescribed days of fasting & abstinence Provide for the Church
Original Sin according to a theological doctrine, humanity's state of sin resulting from the Fall of Man
actual sin Roman Catholic theology an actual sin is specifically any willful thought, desire, word, action or omission forbidden by the law of God.
mortal sin wrongful act that condemns a person to Hell after death. considered "mortal" because they constitute a rupture in a person's link to God's saving grace: the person's soul becomes "dead", not merely weakened
venial sin a lesser sin that does not result in a complete separation from God and eternal damnation in Hell. A venial sin involves a "partial loss of grace" from God.
What are the effects of Baptism • All sins are forgiven • New Life as adopted children of God • Become members of the Church • Bonded to other Christians • Seals a person’s soul identifying one as belonging to Christ
What are the effects of Confirmation Increase & deepening of baptismal Grace Roots us more deeply in divine family Unites us more firmly with Christ Increases the gifts of the Holy Spirit Renders our bond w/the Church more perfect Gives us strength of the Holy Spirit to spread & defend
. What is necessary for the valid reception of the sacrament of marriage by a Catholic? CCC 1625
What is necessary for the licit reception of the sacrament of Holy Communion? How does one receive Holy Communion? Be free of grave sin, we must be open to being changed into the likeness of Christ,
How does one “go to confession” (celebrate the sacrament of reconciliation) and what is necessary for the valid reception of this sacrament? 1. He must be contrite—or, in other words, sorry for his sins. 2. He must confess those sins fully, in kind and in number. 3. He must be willing to do penance and make amends for his sins.
What do we mean when we say that Christ is truly present in the Eucharist? The substance of the bread and the wine is changed into the substance of the body and blood of Christ.
What does the “communion of saints” mean? includes the faithful on earth, the souls in Purgatory, & the blessed in heaven. In this Communion, God & his saints are attentive to our prayers for one another here & for the souls of the faithful departed. Also refers to “holy things” above all the E
What is prayer? What are some of the various kinds of prayer? The dialogue between a human and God. Adoration, petition, intercession, thanksgiving and praise: vocal, meditative, contemplative
What is the fundamental principle of social justice? A belief in an inherent dignity of the human person starting from conception through to natural death
Describe the liturgical year. The liturgical year, also known as the church year, consists of the cycle of liturgical seasons in Christian churches which determines when feast days, including celebrations of saints, are to be observed, and which portions of Scripture are to be read
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