Sacraments Final: Junior year (Theo Midterm) (copy)

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the official, public, communal prayer of the Church

Liturgy

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Sacred signs instituted by the Church that prepare us for Sacraments and bring us closer to God

sacramentals

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effective, having the power to cause a desired effect

Efficacious

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prayers in which one asks God for forgiveness of sins

contrition

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prayer form in which one asks God for help for one's own needs

Petition

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silent, wordless prayer in which one is fully focused on the presence of God, "resting in God" and listening in loving adoration of God

Contemplation

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Prayer on behalf of another person or group

intercession

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A prayer that expresses gratitude for the gifts God has given us

thanksgiving

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spoken aloud or silently, using words that are either memorized or spontaneous

Vocal Prayer

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prayer which engages the mind, imagination, and emotions to focus on a particular truth, biblical theme, or other spiritual matter

Meditation

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? grace, received at Baptism, heals our human nature wounded by sin and restores us to friendship with God by giving us a share in the divine life of the Trinity

Sanctifying

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? grace is God's intervention and support for us in everyday life, helping us to grow in holiness

Actual

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the free and undeserved gift of God's loving and active presence in our lives, allowing us to be in relationship with God

Grace

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A prayer or hymn in praise of the Trinity

doxology

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also known as the Divine Office, the official, public, daily prayer of the Catholic Church, including prayers, Scripture readings, and reflections at regular hours throughout the day

Liturgy of the Hours

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religious reverence or private devotion of the people which, although it is not essential and not part of the liturgy, helps many people in the spiritual life

Popular piety

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From a Latin word meaning "a buying back",refers to deliverance, rescue from the forces of sin, and being brought back into right relationship with God

Redemption

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an efficacious and visible sign of God's grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church, by which divine life is dispensed to us

Sacrament

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the work of salvation accomplished by Jesus Christ mainly through his life, Passion, death, Resurrection, and Ascension

Paschal Mystery

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the central mystery of the Christian faith that God exists as a communion of three distinct and interrelated Divine Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

Trinity

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essential truths handed on to us through the centuries from the time of Christ

Tradition

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the mystery of God becoming human in Jesus Christ

Incarnation

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comes from Greek word meaning "to throw together", an object or action that points to another reality and leads us to look beyond our senses

Symbol

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the Church's annual cycle of religious feasts and seasons that forms the context for the Church's worship

Liturgical year

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an established pattern of repeated words and actions with symbolic meaning

ritual

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three days of the liturgical year between Lent and Easter, beginning with the Mass of the Lord's Supper on Holy Thursday

Triduum

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The sacraments of service are

Holy Orders and Matrimony

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What are the sacraments of initiation in the Catholic Church?

Eucharist, Baptism, and Confirmation

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The sacraments of healing are

Anointing of the Sick and Reconciliation

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What is true about the Deposit of Faith?

It is the treasure of the Church handed on from the time of the Apostles, it makes clear the truths of faith, and it consists of Scripture and Tradition

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What are the liturgical books used in the Catholic Church?

The Roman Missal, The Lectionary, and The Book of the Gospels

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What are qualities or characteristics of signs, symbols, and rituals?

They are dynamic and polyvalent, they invite us into a deeper mystery, and they are part of all human life

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What is true about the Magisterium?

It is the Church's living teaching office, it interprets the Deposit of Faith, and it consists of all the bishops in communion with the Pope

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One who is seeking entry in the Catholic Church and is already baptized in another Christian denomination

candidate

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the process of introducing people to the mystery of Christ by teaching the essentials of Christian doctrine and forming them as disciples of Christ

Catechesis

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an unbaptized person who is preparing for full initiation into the Catholic Church by engaging in formal study, reflection, and prayer

catechumen

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The proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through word and witness

evangelization

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period of postbaptismal catechesis following the reception of the Sacraments of Christian Initiation that aims to more fully initiate people into the mystery of Christ

mystagogy

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the process by which unbaptized persons or those baptized in other Christian denominations are prepared to become full members of the Catholic Church

RCIA

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The Rite of ? takes place on the first Sunday of Lent, by which the Church elects or accepts the catechumens for the Sacraments of Christian Initiation at the Easter Vigil

Election

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a period of spiritual and catechetical formation in which people are gradually introduced to Catholic faith through catechesis, spiritual development, liturgy, and apostolic witness

catechumenate

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The period of pre-catechumenate and evangelization in which people hear the Gospel and discern a call by asking questions

inquiry

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rites that take place on the third, fourth, and fifth Sundays of Lent to support and strengthen the elect through prayers of intercession and exorcism

scrutinies

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perfumed consecrated oil that is used for anointing in the three sacraments that bestow a sacramental character and commission us

Chrism

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the uninterrupted passing on of apostolic preaching and authority from the Apostles directly to all bishops

Apostolic Succession

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a strong desire to do something that we know is wrong; it is a weakness or inclination toward sin

Concupiscence

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from the Greek word for beginner, refers to a newly baptized person

neophyte

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a permanent and indelible "mark" on the soul conferred in three non-repeatable sacraments that consecrate us and seal us for Christ

Sacramental character

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process by which one discovers God's will

Discernment

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in the sacrament of Baptism is a symbol of purity and dignity

white garment

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in the sacrament of Baptism is a symbol of belonging, identity, and the importance of the individual

name

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in the sacrament of Baptism is a symbol of the presence of God

lighted candle

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used during the Easter Season and at baptisms, confirmations, and funerals, reminds us of the death and resurrection of Christ and our participation in his victory through the sacraments

Paschal Candle

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used only at baptisms and is a sign of conversion

Oil of catechumens

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at Baptism they represent the whole Church and have an important role of passing on the faith

godparents/sponsors

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a mediator who brings Christ to others and other to Christ

priest

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Participating in the ? ministry of Jesus means hearing and proclaiming the Word of God

prophetic

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a servant leader

king

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What are the effects or theological understandings of baptism?

Dying and rising with Christ, freedom from sin, being empowered for discipleship, and becoming a child of God and a member of the Church

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What are the essential elements of the sacrament of Baptism?

Pouring or immersing in water, Trinitarian formula, and the name of the person

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What are the elements of every one of the seven ritual sacraments?

laying on or extending hands and Scripture

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from the Greek word for remembering, refers to the Memorial Acclamation or Mystery of Faith, when we recall and make present the Paschal Mystery

Anamnesis

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Calling the Eucharistic liturgy ? emphasizes the fact that we are sent out on a mission to live what we have celebrated

Mass

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The Early Church in referring to the Eucharistic celebration often uses this Greek word because it is a love feast

Agape

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literally means "good word", is a name for the Mass in the Early Church which emphasizes the memorial aspect of the celebration

Eulogy

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from the Greek word for thanksgiving, is the central Christian liturgical celebration, established by Jesus at the Last Supper

Eucharist

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offered at mass in a "cup of blessing" is a sharing of joyful anticipation of the coming of the Messiah

wine

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the belief that Christ is truly present in the Eucharist, body and blood, soul and divinity

Real Presence

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from the Greek word "invocation", is a prayer with extended hands calling on the Holy Spirit to sanctify the gifts that may become the Body and Blood of Christ

Epiclesis

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The Catholic understanding of real presence is that the bread and wine actually change into the Body and Blood of Christ, through

Transubstantiation

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offered at Mass is a symbol of God's faithfulness and love in Jewish and Christian tradition

bread

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a common Lutheran understanding of real presence: Christ is present "in" the bread and wine

Impanation

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Promoting unity among all Christians

Ecumenism

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The source and summit of Christian life

Eucharist

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refers to the "here and now"

Immanent

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That which surpasses or goes beyond what is here and now

Transcendent

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refers to what an object really is, regardless of what it appears to be

substance

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refers to the outward appearance: what something looks like, tastes like, smells like, and feels like

accidents

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During Eucharistic adoration, the consecrated host is placed in a sacred vessel called ?, which is set on the altar where all can see it

monstrance

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A ? is set aside for the reservation of the Eucharist and contains consecrated hosts that can be taken to the sick or dying

tabernacle

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kept burning near the tabernacle to signify the presence of Christ in the Blessed Sacrament

sanctuary lamp

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The high point of the Liturgy of the Word

Gospel

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also called the creed, reminds us of the truths of our faith and prepares us for the celebration of the Eucharist

Profession of Faith

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a prayer of thanksgiving and consecration in which we offer the bread and wine to be transformed into the Body and Blood of Christ

Eucharistic Prayer

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also called the Universal Prayer, we pray for worldwide, national, and local needs

Prayer of the Faithful

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includes the Lord's Prayer, the sign of peace, the fraction, and the sharing of Holy Communion

Communion Rite

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the priest pronounces the words of Jesus at the Last Supper, recalling Jesus' institution of the Eucharist. By this consecration, the bread and wine are changed into the Body and Blood of Christ

Institution Narrative

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Which elements are always included in Eucharistic celebration?

Proclamation of the Word of God, Thanksgiving to God the Father, Consecration of bread and wine, and participation in the liturgical meal by sharing Holy Communion

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What are the requirements for the reception of Eucharist in a Catholic church?

Baptism, being a practicing Catholic, and not being in a state of mortal sin

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The two main parts of the mass are the Liturgy of the ? and the Liturgy of the ?

Word and Eucharist

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The ? of confession refers to the fact that priests are bound under the pain of mortal sin and excommunication to keep secret whatever is told in the Sacrament of Reconciliation

seal

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?, meaning pardon and forgiveness, refers to a prayer and statement made when the priest, in the name of God and the Church, pardons the sins of the person confessing

Absolution

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The Greek word metanoia means ?, a complete change of heart, turning away from sin and toward God

conversion

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the state of eternal separation from God, reserved for those who freely and consciously choose to reject God to the very end of their lives

Hell

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Prayerful reflection on and assessment of one's words, attitudes, and actions in preparation for reception of the Sacrament of Reconciliation

examination of conscience

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a state of eternal life and union with God in which one experiences full happiness and the satisfaction of the deepest human longings

Heaven

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means "last anointing", a former name for the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick which at the time was only given in danger of death

Extreme Unction

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One who is seeking reconciliation in the Church

penitent

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Deadly sin, so contrary to the will of God that it results in a complete separation from God and his grace

mortal

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When the number of penitents is too great for individual confession and absolution within a reasonable amount of time, the bishop may allow priests to give

General Absolution

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