it comes from latin word "ecclesia" and from greek word "ek-ki lein" which "call out of." in greek language, kyriake is its equivalent, meaning "what belongs to the Lord."
catechism of the catholic church
the central decree of Vatican II on the understanding of the Church; it means Joy and Hope.
Gaudium et Spes
name dereived from Petros or Kepha, both of which mean rock.
State the Four(4) process of how disciples are made.
I DO, YOU WATCH WE DO TOGETHER YOU DO, I WATCH YOU DISCIPLE OTHERS
STATE THE VERSE "28:16-20" or what is the great commission of Jesus.
All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
state the twelve(12) apostles of Jesus
Peter John James the great Jude Thaddeus Bartholomew Mathew Simon Thomas Andrew Philip Judas Iscariot James the less
Who is the leader that Jesus assigned to carry on his mission?
what is the great commission?
Make disciples, baptizing them in the name of the father, and of the son, and of the holy spirit. teaching them with the things that i have commanded you.
the one who write the acts of apostles.
Jesus entrusted him personally to feed his lamb, take care of his lamb.
why did Jesus referred us as sheep.
because of the characteristics of the sheep. the sheep are near sighted. the sheep may not see well but they ca n recognize the voice of their shepherded. they need guidance just as we need guidance.
why did Jesus asked Peter three(3) times.
what is the significance of the apostles being twelve(12)?
the 12 represents perfection. the the authority and power of God.
THE THREE QUESTIONS OF THE LORD TO PETER.
do you love me?
yes Lord I love you (mouth)
Do you love me?
Yes, I love you (head)
Peter do you love me?
Know everything Lord that I love you. (Heart)
What is the nature and role of Mary's Queenship?
In consenting to become the Mother of the Saviour-King, she has thereby accepted to share in the work of man's salvation as God has willed it, and in the eternal reign of Him who was to save the world.
the reception of the Virgin Mary bodily into heaven. This was formally declared a doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church in 1950.
They are Catholics in name but does not practice what Jesus' has taught and shown.
preached in Rome, where he was crucified upsidedown in 64 A.D. (also known as Simon Peter, the first pope)
preached in Spain, and was beheaded in Jerusalem in 44 A.D.
St. James the Great
preached in Asia Minor, and died a natural death in Ephesus in 100 A.D.
preached in Russia, and was crucified upon an Xshaped cross in Greece in 70 A.D.
preached in Ethiopia, and was skinned alive and then beheaded in the Caspian Sea in 70 A.D.
preached to the Hebrews, and was axed to death in 100 A.D
preached in India, and was killed by a spear in Madras in 72 A.D.
preached in Egypt, where he was stoned and clubbed to death in 63. A. D
St. James the Less
preached in Edessa, and was crucified in Syria in 64 A.D.
St. Jude Thaddeus-
He supposedly preached the Gospel in Egypt and then joined the apostle St. Judas (Thaddaeus) in Persia, where, according to the apocryphal Acts of Simon and Judas, he was martyred by being cut in half with a saw, one of his chief iconographic symbols (another being a book).
St. Simon the Zealot
preached in Ethiopia, and was stoned and beheaded in Georgia in 80 A.D (replacement of Jude Iscariot)
the leader of the catholic church.
leading bishops and member of the college of the cardinals.
they oversee large areas of churches called archdiocese.
is a baptized man who has received the sacrament of holy orders.
are ministers who hold the full sacrament of holy orders.