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Adoration
Doctor of the Church
Doctrine
Holy trinity
Idolatry
Pastoral care
Pope felagius
Pope Gregory the great
Real presence
Sabbath
Sacred art

Section 1 The Church Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Also known as a “particular” or “local” Church, the regional community of believ-ers, who commonly gather in parishes, under the leadership of a bishop. At times, a diocese is determined not on the basis of geography but on the basis of language or rite Diocese
The Church’s official, public, communal prayer. It is God’s work, in which the People of God par-ticipate. The Church’s most important liturgy is the Eucharist, or the Mass Liturgy
To represent or pre-figure a person before his or her life or an event before it occurs Foreshadow
In general, the line of authority in the Church; more narrowly the Pope and the bishops, as succes-sors of the Apostles, in their authoritative roles as leaders of the Church hierarchy
Refers to receiving the Body and Blood of Christ. In general, your companionship and union with Jesus and other baptized Christians in the Church. This union has its origin and high point in the celebration of the Eucharist. In this sense the deepest vocation of the Church is Communion Communion
The fiftieth day fol-lowing Easter, which commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit on the early Apostles and disciples. Pentecost
To give life to animate
To make holy; sancti-fication is the process of becoming closer to God and growing in holiness, taking on the righteousness of Jesus Christ with the gift of sanctifying grace sanctify
A prayer form in which one asks God for help and forgiveness Petition
A prayer on behalf of another person or group. intercession
A special gift or grace of the Holy Spirit given to an individual Chris-tian or community, commonly for the benefit and building up of the entire Church charism
The word refers to a person gifted with the charism or graces of the Holy Spirit such as healing, prophecy, and speaking in tongues. Because self-deception is always possible, the charisms claimed by such a per-son must be verified by the Church charismatic
The Church’s living teaching office, which consists of all bishops, in communion with the Pope, the Bishop of Rome. Magisterium
The gift given by the Holy Spirit to the Pope and the bishops in union with him to teach on matters of faith and morals without erro infallibility
Of or relating to the Trinity or the doctrine of the Trinity Trinitarian
The proclamation of the Good News of Jesus Christ through words and witness evangelization
A non-Jewish person. In the Scriptures the Gentiles were the uncircumcised, those who did not honor the God of the Torah. In the New Testament, Saint Paul and other evangelists reached out to the Gentiles, baptizing them into the family of God Gentile
Of or relating to Greek history, culture, or art after Alexander the Great Hellenistic
Speaking, acting, or thinking about God, Jesus Christ, the Virgin Mary, or the saints in a way that is irreverent, mocking, or offensive blasphemy
A person who suffers death because of his or her beliefs. The Church has canon-ized many martyrs as saints. martyr

Bible word search

Type
Word Search
Description

Real presence
Sacrifice
Eucharist
Passover
Gifts of the holy spirit
Confirmation
Sacred chrism
Catechumenate
Saints
Eternal life
Prophet
Salvation
Incarnation
Baptism
Holiness
Common vocation
Christian initation
Sanctifying grace
Sacrament
Spiritual works of mercy
Corpal works of mercy
Last judgement
Paschal mystery
Liturgy
Evangelization
Church
Apostles
Kingdom of god
Jesus mission
Blessed trinity

The Reformation Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

period of time where art and literature became more popular Renissance
began reformation and made the ninety- five theses Martin Luther
a movement which caused thousands of Roman Catholics to become Protestants Reformation
people who protested against certain church practices Protestants
to reduce or eliminate the punishment for sin indulgence
church officials clergy
officialy kicked out of the church excommunicated
goes against church teachings heretic
summarized the religious teachings of Martin Luther Augsbergconfession
Holy Roman Emporer, he declared war on Lutheran Kings CharlesV
Charles let each prince decide if he wanted Lutheran Princes peaceofaugsberg
made reforms in Switzerland. ended Catholic Mass, Confessions, and Indulgences UlrichZwingli
Disagreed with Luther's contention that an individual could work toward salvation through faith in God. JohnCalvin
Broke away from Catholic Church because he wanted a divorce and couldn't get one HenryVIII
respect for an individuals right to worship in his own way religioustoleration
period of reform that strengthened the Catholic Church counterreformation
an attitude that encouraged hard work and careful managment of money and materials, contributed to the growth of buisness and industry in Europe. protestantethic
a feeling of pride in ones country Nationalism
kidnapped the pope after the pope ordered the clergy not to pay taxes PhilipIV
69 years were popes remained under the control of French Kings BabylonianCaptivity

Medieval vocab crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Germanic people from Gaul (modern day France and Switzerland) The Franks
religious communities built by the church for women (nuns) Convents
religious communities built by the church for men (monks) Monasteries
Empire begun by Charlemagne Holy Roman Empire
social structure in medieval Europe including lords, knights, vassals, serfs and sometimes a king. Feudalism
(in feudalism) the lord’s estate Manor
complex set of ideals or code by which medieval knights followed. Chivalry
worldly (involved in politics and other social matters) Secular
church tax Tithe
the office of the Pope The Papacy
Different ranks of Church leaders including priests, bishops, cardinals, and the Pope. Clergy
a ceremony in which kings and nobles appointed church officials Lay Investiture
everyday language used by different regions Vernacular
selling of church positions Simony
Church law Canon Law
important religious ceremonies Sacraments
anyone who does not conform to an established attitude, doctrine, or principle Heretic
A holy war launched by Pope Urban II to reclaim the Holy Land for Christians Crusade
group of advisors who acted like a court for the pope Papal Curia
Unified body of law in England formed by England’s royal judges Common Law
Legislative group in England originally comprised of two burgesses (citizens of wealth and property) from every borough and two knights from every county Parliament
Document drawn up by English nobles and approved by King John which guaranteed certain political rights for the people Magna Carta
Meeting of the three estates in France: 1st was the Church leaders, 2nd was the great lords, and the 3rd was the commoners Estates-General
people who are sent out to teach their religion Missionaries
an agreement between the pope and the ruler of a country Concordat
To exclude a person from church membership Excommunicated
a noble who served a lord of higher rank Vassal
land granted a vassal by his lord Fief
vassals or warriors in armor who on horseback Knights
peasants who could not the manor, own property, or marry without the lord’s approval Serfs
the practice of planting crops at different times and leaving some fields unplanted Crop rotation
groups of businesses made up of tanners, carpenters, bakers and craftspeople Guilds
religious beliefs that conflict with the Church teachings Heresy

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

Articles 8 & 9 of the Nicene Creed Quiz Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

"catholic" can mean 'in totality,' 'in keeping with the whole,' or ___________ universal
Christ commissioned His ____ to go forth and make disciples of all nations, and to teach all that He had commanded. apostles
Title of the Holy Spirit that is usually used as a title for Jesus Lord
The Holy Spirit used this symbol when He descended upon Jesus at His baptism. dove
The Church is ___ because it was founded by Christ on the apostles, and according to His divine will, has always been governed by their lawful successors. apostolic
The Church is one in ____ because all the members accept and proclaim the same beliefs. faith
The Holy Spirit is the Third Person of the ____. Trinity
The deposit of faith in the Catholic Church consists of Sacred Scripture and Sacred ____. Tradition
The 1st heresy of the Catholic Church. It claimed secret teachings were revealed to only a select few. Gnosticism
___ are the successors of the Apostles today in the Church. Bishops
What is the 'true Church of Christ' founded by Jesus. Catholic
No other Church has the ____ marks of the 'true Church of Christ.' four
Only the Catholic Church possesses the mark of one because of its ____ in faith, sacraments and a visible head (the pope). unity
____ is the inspired word of God which reveals to members of the Church what Jesus taught His apostles. Scriputre
The Catholic Church is ____ because of her intimate connection to God, showing that she has been set apart. holy
Nicaea I was the first ____ council of the Church, and gave us the Nicene Creed ecumenical
___ is the founder of the Catholic Church Jesus
Moral teachings, evangelical counsels and ___ are the 3 ways the Church supports holiness. sacraments
____ is the perpetual and visible source and foundation of the unity of bishops and the multitude of the faithful. Pope
The Catholic Church is ___ because all its members profess the same faith, have the same sacrifice and sacraments, and are united under the Pope. one
Pope ____ is the current Holy Father - the head of the Catholic Church Francis
Bishop Daniel ____ is the current Bishop of the Diocese of Peoria Jenky
The Gifts of the Holy Spirit include: Understanding, Wisdom, Counsel, Fortitude, Piety, Fear of the Lord and ____. knowledge
Macedonian Heresy denied the divinity of the ____ ____ (2 words, no space) HolySpirit
The Scriptures cannot be directly applied to our language, culture and age without ____ interpretation

Medieval Times Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A journey to a sacred shrin. Pilgrimage
A man belonging to a religious order, living in a monastery Monk
agricultural workers that belong to the manor serfs
self-sufficient farming estates Manors
dutifulness in religion piety
the area of Palestine held spiritually important to Christians, Muslims, and Jews Holy Land
head of the Roman Catholic Church Pope
series of four holy wars to drive the Muslims out of Palestine  Crusades
a trial held by the Catholic Church to get rid of heretics Inquisition
belief that contradicted the teachings of the Church Heresy
one of the church's ceremonies in which you obtain grace from God Sacrament
the outbreak of the Bubonic Plague that spread across Asia, North Africa, and Europe in the mid 14th century Black Death
French peasant girl whose vision and work for French fortunes led to victory Joan of Arc
a grant of land in return for a pledge to provide military service Fief

The Middle Ages Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

spiritual
calm
vocal
town
court
1450
450
clergy
priest
otherworldly
sacred
secular
religious music
nun
convent
gregorian chant
one thousand years
pope gregory
roman catholic church
hildegard of bengin
the middle ages

Reformation and the Renaissance word search

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Word Search
Description

ABOLISHED
ACT OF SUPREMACY
ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY
BIBLE
CATHOLICISM
CHURCH
CORRUPT
COUNTER
GERMANY
HENRY THE EIGHTH
HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR
JAMES THE FIRST
LATIN
MARTIN LUTHER
MONASTERIES
MONASTIC
POPE CLEMENT
PRIESTS
PROTESTANTS
REBELLION
REFORMATION
RELIGION
RELIGIOUS STATUES
RENAISSANCE
RENAISSANCE MEN
ROME
SUPREME HEAD OF THE CHURCH
THOMAS CRANMER

The Role of the Church in Medieval Europe Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Crusades
Salvation
Obedience
Western Europe
Christians
Holy City
Muslims
Jerusalem
Seven Sacraments
Barefoot
Forgiveness
Influence
European Monarchs
Pope Gregory
Diocese
Bishops
Archbishops
Pope
Roman Catholic Church
Jesus