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Word Search
Description

New Testament
John
Luke
Mark
Matthew
confession
penance
Contrition
rosary
Christmas
Easter
Advent
Lent
praise
petition
intercesion
blessing
charity
hope
faith
virtue
Consecration
conscience
mortal sin
venal sin
sanctifying grace
Immaculate Conception
holy day of obligation
Annunciation
Assumption

Parts of the Mass Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

examine our conscience for our sins penitential rite
the moment the bread and wine are turned into the body and blood of Christ consecration
celebratory song giving praise to God gloria
a time of the churches calendar when the Gloria is not sung advent
read by the priest and is usually from the book of Matthew, Mark ,Luke or John gospel
the part of the mass that is read from the old testament first reading
the part of the mass that is read from the new testament second reading
the priest talks to us about the readings and the gospel Homily
the priest offers us the body and blood of Christ communion
celebration of the Eucharist mass
talking and listening to God prayer
the place where the blessed sacraments are kept on the alter tabernacle
another name for the blessed sacrament eucharist
given to us by Jesus "Our Father who art in heaven.." lords prayer
3 persons in one God blessed trinity

Penance and Reconciliation Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Rules God gave us to help us know what we should do TenCommandments
God's gift to us that allows us to make choices FreeWill
A thought, word or act that we choose to do even though we know it's wrong Sin
Sins that hurt our friendship with God Venial
Sins that break our friendship with God Mortal
God's love and forgiveness Mercy
Sacrament in which we receive and celebrate God's forgiveness PenanceandReconciliation
God's gift that helps us to know right from wrong Conscience
Being sorry for our sins and promising not to sin again Contrition
Telling our sins to the priest Confession
A prayer or Kind act that we do to make up for our sins Penance
God's Forgiveness of our sins by the priest Absolution

Religion Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Beginning of the Liturgical Year Advent
Ash Wednesday starts this season Lent
Green is for Ordinary time
The birthday of the Church Pentecost
A four week waiting period Advent
Easter Sunday to Pentecost Sunday Easter Season
Purple is for Lent
Forty days after Easter Ascension
Consecrating a person to serve God Holy Orders
Anointing with chrism and receiving the gifts of the Holy Spirit Initiation
a sacrament of healing Penance
Ancient prayer gesture Laying on of hands
Clothed in Christ Baptism
Receive only once Holy Orders
Sacraments are a share in God's _________ grace
God's mercy in Penance Absolution
Serious offense Mortal sin
Cycle of feasts and seasons Liturgical year
Paschal Candle - used at funerals and ______________ Baptisms
Liturgy of the ____________ is when we listen to God's word Word
Liturgy of the _______________ is when we receive the body and blood of Christ Eucharist
Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament Real Presence
Ministers of Matrimony Bride and groom
Forgave her murderer St. Goretti
Hours hearing confession St. Vianney
Worked with the lepers (Man) St. Damian
Died in Auschwitz St. Kolbe
Religious sister St. Cope
Cure of Ars St. Vianney
Missionary (Man) St. Damian

Sacraments & the Church Year Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The number of Sacraments Seven
The season when we prepare for the birth of Jesus Advent
The season we celebrate Jesus coming into the world Christmas
The season when we get ready for Easter Lent
The feast that celebrates Jesus' Resurrection Easter
Holy Thursday, Good Friday & Easter Holy Triduum
The remaining part of the church year Ordinary Time
The 3 sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, & the Eucharist Christian Initiation
The first Sacrament that we receive Baptism
We are strengthened in Christ through the Holy Spirit Confirmation
Sharing the Body & Blood of Christ Eucharist
The Sacrament of marriage Matrimony
A man is ordained a Bishop, Priest, or Deacon Holy Orders
When we confess our sins and receive God's forgiveness Penance
A sick person is anointed with oil Anointing of the Sick
He was the one who Baptized Jesus John the Baptist

SEVEN SACRAMENTS Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Mass
Apostles
Bishop
Eucharist
I Do
Bread and Wine
Holy Orders
Holy Oil
Annointing of the Sick
Baptism
Confirmation
Act of Contrition
Healing
Absolution
Matrimony
Holy Spirit
Laying of Hands
Sins are Forgiven
Penance
Body and Blood of Jesus
Last Supper
Reconciliation
Bishop Priest Deacon
Members of the Church
Water
Grace
Confession

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Ash Wednesday Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Ash Wednesday is not a holy day of ___________________________. Obligation
The priest marks each worshipper on the forehead and says, "Remember you are ____________ and unto ____________ you shall return." Dust
The ashes used in this ceremony are made by burning the remains of the palms blessed on this day of the previous year. Palm Sunday
The ashes also symbolize death and so remind us of our ___________________. Mortality
Ash Wednesday occurs this many days before Easter, not including Sundays. Forty
Ash Wednesday is the first day of this Liturgical Season. Lent
Ashes are a symbol of penance made sacramental by the blessing of the Church, and they help us to develop a spirit of humility and ______________________. Sacrifice
Lent is a season of _____________, reflection, and fasting, which prepares us for Christ's Resurrection on Easter Sunday, and through which we attain redemption. Penance
This is required on Ash Wednesday. Abstinence
This is also required on Ash Wednesday. Fasting
The signing is done with ashes because ashes are a biblical symbol of _______________ and penance. Mourning
The priest, dipping his thumb into blessed ashes, marks the forehead with this. Sign of the Cross

The Seven Sacraments Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Baptism cleanses from ______ ____ originalsin
______ and Eve were the first husband husband and wife Adam
Priesthood Holyorders
Sanctifying ______ Grace
Last Supper HolyEucharist
Pouring of water Baptism
Confession of sins Reconciliation
Holy Orders and _______ are examples of sacraments of service Matrimony
Signifies the gift of the Holy Spirit Confirmation
Anointing of the Sick is a sacrament of ______. Healing

RECONCILIATION Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

SINS
SIGNOFTHECROSS
SACRAMENT
RECONCILIATION
PRIEST
PRAYER
PENANCE
GODSLOVE
HEALING
GRACE
GOINPEACE
FOREGIVENESS
EXAMINE
CONSCIENCE
CELEBRATION
ACTOFCONTRITION
ABSOLUTION

Prep Red Words Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Mercy
Free Will
Great Commandment
Ten Commandments
Bible
Gospels
New Testament
Old Testament
Lent
Advent
Ordinary Time
Confirmation
Holy Spirit
Baptism
Original Sin
faith
Catholics
Sacraments
Pentacost
Our Father
Apostles
Church
Resurrection
Disciples
Blessed Trinity
Holy family

Chapter 14 Vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A prayer expressing real sorrow for one's sins (part of the Sacrament of Penance Act of Contrition
The Sacrament that confers a special grace on Christians who are in danger of death from illness or old age Anointing of the Sick
Sorrow, but not contrition for sin attrition
The love, kindness, mercy, or forbearance shown to a neighbor who is suffering in some way Compassion
The inner voice of a human being in whose heart is inscribed the law of God Conscience
a radical reorientation of the whole life away from sin and evil and towards God Conversion
prayerful self-reflection on our words, deeds, and omissions in the light of the Gospel to determine our sinfulness Examination of Conscience
sorrow of the soul and detestation for sin together with the resolution not to sin again out of fear of God's punishment instead of out of love for Him Imperfect Contrition
The reduction or elimination before God of the temporal punishment due to sin indulgence
a serious offense against God that destroys a person's relationship with Him Mortal Sin
the Sacrament of Reconciliation by which we are reconciled with God and His Church Penance
Sorrow of the soul and detestation for sin with the resolution not to sin again out of love for God Perfect Contrition
true sorrow for one's sins and the firm resolution to avoid all sin in the future repentance
pertaining to the salvation of souls salvific
an act whereby the sinner makes reparation to God for sin satisfaction
sin by means of performing an evil act such as theft or lying sin of commission
sin by means of failing to perform an act required by moral law sin of omission
the penalty for sins forgiven by God, which is required to heal the rift with Him temporal punishment
an offense against the law and love of God that doesn't deprive the soul of sanctifying grace venial sin
Sacrament of Eucharist received by a dying person Viaticum