Religion Ch. 33-36

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SECTION 1: VOCAB

22 questions

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Liturgy of the Word

part of mass where the readings are read

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Ambo

podium where the Gospel is proclaimed

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Lectionary

the book where the readings are held

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Logos

greek word meaning God's "word" or "thought''

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The Lord's Prayer

the prayer taught by Jesus to his disciples

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Eucharistic Prayer

the Church's great prayer of thanksgiving

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Epiclesis

means "to call upon" or "invocation"; the priest asks the Father to send the Holy Spirit

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Liturgy of the Eucharist

part of mass that follows the Liturgy of the Word and when we recieve communion

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orans

the hand position or motion the priest, deacon, or assembly does

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sign of peace

part of mass where the assembly greets one another with either a kiss, handshake, or hug

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transubstantiation

process where the bread and wine are turned into the body and blood of Christ

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litany

a form of prayer that is often sung

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Baptism

-the 1st of the 7 sacraments of the church -when people become united to Christ and the Church

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Catechumenate

the process through which unbaptized adults and children who have reached the age of reason are initiated to the church

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Sacred Chrism

-Perfumed olive oil that has been consecrated -Used for anointing in the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Orders

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Age of Reason

-the age when a young person is old enough to understand the difference between right or wrong regarded at the age of 7

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Venial Sin

-an action or offense against God's will that WEAKENS our relationship with God and others (and the charity in our souls) Not so serious that it doesn't completely separate us from God

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Mortal Sin

-an action or offense so seriously against God's will that it DESTROYS our relationship with God and SEPARATES us from Him and others called "MORTAL" sin because it leads to eternal death

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Contrition

sorrow for one's sins....aka being sorry for our sins

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Absolution

-when the priest frees a person from guilt -takes place during the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation

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Penance

-when sinners are reconciled with God and the Church ***references to the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation

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Laying on of Hands

-a gesture used in the liturgy that signifies that the priest is calling upon the Holy Spirit

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SECTION 2: IDENTIFYING MATTER AND FORM OF THE SACRAMENTS

5 questions

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Baptism

-MATTER: water -FORM: the words spoken during the sacrament: "I baptize you in the name of the father, son, and holy spirit"

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Confirmation

-MATTER: sacred chrism, laying on of hands -FORM: the words spoken during the sacrament: "...be sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit."

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Reconciliation

-MATTER: your sins -FORM: absolution

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Anointing of the Sick

-MATTER: oil of the Infirmed, laying of hands -FORM: the priest's prayer over the infirmed

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The Eucharist

-MATTER: bread and wine -FORM: Words spoken.... "This is my body" and "This is my blood"

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SECTION 3: PARTS OF MASS

5 questions

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4 parts of mass

  1. Introductory rites

  2. liturgy of the word

  3. liturgy of the eucharist

  4. concluding rites

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Introductory rites (2)

  1. Penitential Act

  2. Gloria

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Liturgy of the Word (5)

  1. Old Testament reading

  2. New Testament Reading

  3. Gospel reading

  4. Homily

  5. Recitation of the Creed

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Liturgy of the Eucharist (4)

  1. Preface dialogue

  2. Holy, Holy, Holy

  3. Epiclesis

  4. communion

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Concluding Rites (1)

  1. Dismissal

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SECTION 4: THE 7 SACRAMENTS

4 questions

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What are the 7 sacraments

Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Reconciliation, Anointing of the Sick, Matrimony (marriage), Holy Orders

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Sacraments of Initiation

Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist

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Sacraments of Healing

Reconciliation, Anointing of the Sick

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Sacraments of Service

Holy Orders, Matrimony (marriage)

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SECTION 5: OTHER THINGS TO KNOW (Potential Bonuses)

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Fill in the blank: Baptism is the __________ of your humanity with God's divinity

union

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What weakens that union from Baptism? What restores it?

-DESTROYS: sin -RESTORES: reconciliation

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What are the 3 stages of sin

  1. grave object

  2. full knowledge

  3. Willfully commit sin

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Perfect Contrition

you go to confession because you love God

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Imperfect Contrition

you go to confession because you are afraid of hell

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Other parts of mass

doxology, institution prayer, sanctus, presentation of the gifts

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Ministerial Priesthood

a means by which Jesus Christ builds up and guides the Church (received in Holy Orders by bishops and priests)

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Common Priesthood of the Faithful

the name for the priesthood shared by anyone who is baptized. The baptized share in the priesthood of Jesus Christ by participating in his mission.

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Goods/ends of marriage

  1. procreation

  2. mutual help

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Why are the sacraments important

the sacraments help make people holy and build up the body of Christ. They are a way to relate with God and help strengthen and express our faith.

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The age of reason is also known as...

the age of discretion

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Kingdom of God

a perfect world made by Jesus which unites our humanity with God's divinity

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Who is the perfect manifestation of the Kingdom of God

Jesus

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What type of mark is made in the soul at Baptism and Confirmation

an indelible mark

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what greek word refers to the process of becoming like God

theosis

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what latin word is used adopted by Christianity that means sacrement

sacramentum

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What is the meaning of sacramentum to romans

it represents the relationship of a roman soldier and its commander

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