Christian Anthropology

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16 Terms
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Anthropology

the study of man

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Free Will

the power of making free choices

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Dignity

the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect. Every human person has worth and value because each person is made in God's image

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Inherent

inborn or inherited, something that does not need to be earned or acquired

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Invoilable

no one has the right to violate

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Inalienable

it cannot be taken away

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Common Good

sum total of social conditions that allow people, either as groups or individuals, to reach their fulfillment more fully and more easily

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Subsidiarity

the principle of Catholic Social Teaching that holds a higher unit of society should not do what a lower unit can do as well (or better).

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Solidarity

we are one human family

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Disciple

not merely an imitator of Christ, but a person who participates in his very life and mission.

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Vocation

an expression of faith that God is present and active in our world and that we are called in some way to participate in God’s saving work.

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sin

an offense against God

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Mortal Sin

a personal sin of grave matter, with sufficient reflection, and full consent of the will

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Venial Sin

a personal sin that moves us away from God, but does not fully break our relationship with God

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Original Sin

the consequence of the sin of our first parents; the hereditary stain with which human beings are born because of our origins or descent from Adam and Eve

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Paschal Mystery

God's love and salvation revealed through the life, passion, death, resurrection, and glorification (ascension) of Jesus Christ.

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