Type
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Description

Fr Jeremy
communion
infallibility
church
original sin
salvation history
trinity
grace
ecumenical movement
conscience
transubstantiation
revelation
Paschal mystery
Magisterium
sacrament

Paschal Mystery Chapter 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Thinking that God and nature are one and the same thing. Pantheism
A self-communication realized by His actions and words over time, most fully by sending His Divine Son, Jesus. Divine Revelation
The study or explanation of a book or passage. Exegesis
Jesus' suffering, dying, rising and ascension to heaven. Paschal Mystery
The belief in many gods. Pantheism
The official teaching office of the Roman Catholic Church. Magisterium
Symbolic stories that express a spiritual truth or a basic belief about God. Myth
Literally means "ransom". Redemption
The heritage of faith contained in Sacred Scripture and Tradition, handed to the Church from the time of the apostles. Deposit of Faith
The story of God's saving action on our behalf. Salvation History
The written record of God's revelation. Sacred Scripture
A Greek word that refers to the first five books of he bible. Pentateuch
Stories that tell the origins of the earth and humans and cultures. Primeval History
Hebrew name for first five books, meaning "law". Torah
The investigation of truth and reason. Philosophy

Chapter 4 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

an official teaching of the Church based upon the Revelation of Christ doctrine
infallible, irreformable truths which we believe have been specifically revealed by God dogma
said that Christians should reject everything that wasn't explicitly Christian, wrote Prescription Against Heretics Tertullian
bishop of Lyons who said that humans are created in God's image and that God values our physical AND spiritual selves Irenaeus
name for those books which have been accepted by the Church as normative for faith canon
the central Christian mystery that one God is in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit Trinity
truth based on observation and measurements scientific truth
truth based on Revelation religious truth
tried to purge Christianity of everything Jewish and pro-materialistic, believed that Jesus was sent to free humans of their physical selves Marcion
Christians who worked to defend the Church and make it look acceptable to outsiders; known as "Defenders of the Faith" apologists
conscious, deliberate denial of one or more truths about the faith by a member of the Church heresy
false belief that claimed that although Jesus had a human body, he had no human soul Apollinarianism
gathering of all the Catholic bishops of the world ecumenical council
the teaching authority of the Church made up of the bishops and the Pope Magisterium
attribute of the pope and bishops which ensures that they are free from error when speaking about faith/morals infallibility
Jesus is both fully human and fully _____ divine
the process by which Jesus took on flesh and entered human history Incarnation
creed of the Church that is considered to be a summary of the apostles' faith Apostles' Creed
title for Jesus that refers to his relationship with the other Persons of the Trinity Son of God
all of the ways the faith has been passed on (creeds, doctrines, decisions of the magisterium, etc.) Tradition

Faith And revelation Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Believe in no god Atheism
Study of God and religion Theology
Belief in many gods Polytheism
Truth we must belief as Catholics Dogma
Gods divine life in our souls Grace
Belief in the one true god Monotheism
What can be known by studying creation Natural revelation
Gods communication of himself Revelation
Human intellectual power Reason
Early Christian writers Father of faith
First ecumenical council Jerusalem
Good habit Virtue
Bible Word of God
Agreement between God and humans Convent
Gathering the bishop with pope Ecumenical council
Third person of the blessed trinity Holy Spirit
Sin of our first parents Original sin

Christian Vocations Unit 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The age at which a person can be moraly responsible. This is generally regarded to be the age of seven. Age of Reason
The three Sacraments--Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist--through which we enter into full membership in the Church. Sacraments of Initiation
The teachings of Jesus during the Sermon on the Mount in which he describes the actions and attitudes that should cahracterize Chrisitnas and by which one can discover genuine meaning and happiness. Beatitudes
Comes from a Greek word meaning "a learner." A disciple of Jesus is one who has made the decision to learn from Him. disciple
The gifts proper to each of the Seven Sacraments. sacramental graces
The grace that 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 grace
Unconditional love. A Greek word used in Scripture and by the early Christians to discribe a self-giving love that puts aside one's own immediate self-interest for the interest of another. agape
God's interventions and support for us in the everyday moments of our lives. Actual graces are important for conversion and for continuing growth in holiness. actual graces
A special gift or grace of the Holy Spirit given to an individual Christian or community, commonly for the benefit and building up of the entire Church. charism
Perfumed olive oil that has been consecrated. It is used for anointing in the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Orders. Sacred Chrism
The grace that 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. It is a supernatural gift of God that works to make us holy. sanctifying grace
The work of salvation accomplished by Jesus Christ mainly through his Passion, death, Resurrection, and Ascension. Paschal Mystery
The term -------------has three inseparable meanings: People of God, diocese, assembly of believers--one, holy, Catholic, apostolic Church

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

Theology Chapter 5 Crossword

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Crossword
Description

A ______ is a sign and instrument of God's presence in the world. Sacrament
The free and undeserved help that God gives us to respond to the call to become children of God. Grace
Public worship of the church. Liturgy
The ______ is the focal point of Jesus' continuing presence on earth. Church
How many sacraments are there? seven
Also called " The teaching of the twelve apostles." Didache
The period of preparation for Baptism. Catechumenate
The release of repentant sinners from their sin. Absolution
word for how the bread and wine became the body and blood of Jesus Christ Transubstantiation
each sacrament has a _______ effect. lasting
The _________ is the source and summit of christian life. Eucharist
A ____ is a person who is ordained not into priesthood, but into the ministry Deacon
In 1994, a plane carrying the president of what nation was shot down? Rwanda
which sacraments have a lasting effect? All of them
Sacraments cause what they signify, which means they reveal _______ about God and make what they have revealed reality. something
The church is the first sacrament of _____? Christ
Jesus is a _____. Sacrament
Jesus' baptism is the ________ of all christian baptisms. prototype
The first Christians came form what tradition? Jewish
________ gave strength to the grace of baptism. Confirmation
"The second Baptism" is the nickname for what sacrament of initiation? Penance
The church acts on how many levels? Three
When the sacraments are celebrated, time and space are ________? Transcended
Christ death, resurrection and Ascension is called what? Paschal Mystery
The sacraments give _____ to the Church. Definition

RECONCILIATION Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

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

Kingdom of God Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Church
Holiness
Common vocation
Christian initiation
Sanctifying grave
Sacrament
Blessed trinity
Jesus mission
Kingdom of god
Paschal mystery
Last judgment
Corporal works of mercy
Spiritual works of mercy
Liturgy
Evangelization

Chapter 7 handout Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a study of and teaching about the "last things" eschatology
our final communion with the Blessed Trinity, Mary, the angels, and all the saints angels
the unity of Jesus Christ with a;; those he has redeemed Communion of Saints
the ___________ makes God's work present help us celebrate the gift of Redemption sacraments
the masterpiece of God's creation is ____________ __________ human beings
Jesus calls us to forgive others including our _____________ enemies
the ____________ of hope helps us look forward to the glorious day of Christ's Second Coming virtue
We also believe that God with______________________all material creation in Christ Transform
We will receive the reward of____________ _____________in heaven Eternal life
The second coming of Christ when the lord will judge the living and the dead Parousia
_________is defined as a eternal separation from God Hell
It is through the events of the ________________ _______________ that our redemption is ultimately won Paschal mystery
We believe in the "___________ of the flesh," that is, that our souls will be reunited with the body after the final judgement Resurrection
___________________is the name for the place that those who died in God's grace and friendship but needs purification or cleansing go before entering Heaven Purgatory
A serious violation of God's law of love that results in the loss of God's life Mortal sin
_________________________________are the blessed in Heaven Church triumphant
Seeing God "face to face" in heaven;it is a source of our eternal happiness and final union with the Triune God for all eternity Beatific Vision
One day, all of us will face death, defined as the __________________of the eternal soul from the body Separation
The seven sacraments helps us celebrate the ________________________ Incarnation
The ______________ of this love is membership in the church in which we live as brother and sister under a loving God whom Jesus said we could address as "our Father." Fruit

Apostles Creed and the Sacraments Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and earth God
the continuation of Christ's priesthood Holy Orders
the Blessed Virgin Mother who conceived Jesus Mary
the teaching authority of the Church that interprets Scripture and Tradition Magisterium
the sacrament of salvation Baptism
the body of the Catholic faith, its theologies and doctrines, its liturgical, ethical, spiritual, and behavioural characteristics, as well as a religious people as a whole Catholicism
sign of grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church Sacrament
a lifelong commitment between a man and woman Marriage
conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried Jesus
the list of inspired books Canon
when a Catholic begins a mature Christian life Confirmation
an object, gesture, word, or event which indicates the prescence of something else Sign
the living transmission of the message of the Gospel in the Church Tradition
also known as confession; when a Catholic confesses their sins to a priest and receives forgiveness Reconciliation
an agreement that establishes a sacred family bond between people Covenant
the carpenter, as well as Mary's husband Joseph
bread and wine that is perceived as the body and blood of Christ Eucharist
the man who lead the crucifixion of Jesus Pontius Pilate
God's gift to us of His prescence, help, and salvation Grace
the anointing of the ill Anointing of the Sick