A collection of books that relate God's revelation to the human race & also the inspired word of God's men. The bible compromises the Old & New Testaments
The Old Testament.
The inspired word of the apostles given to the human race to become inspired by God. Comprised of no Testaments.
The teaching authority of the Catholic Church
The oral, unwritten message that Jesus gave the Apostles
The Father, The Son, & The Holy Ghost
The Father, The Son, & The Holy Spirit
Heaven, Hell, & Purgatory
Those that carry out God's will on Earth
Those who have repented their sins & entered into the eternal happiness of Heaven
Those who remained faithful to God & entered into the eternal happiness of Heaven
Those who turned against God & were cast into Hell
Fallen angels or devils
Those who have repented their sins
Temptation is the suggestion to sin. Sin is knowingly breaking the will of God.
There is no difference.
Temptation is to willingly break Gods will. Sin is the inclination to commit evil.
Jesus being a divine person
The son of God becomes man
God is man
God & St. Mary Magdelene
God & the Blessed Virgin Mary
The Blessed Virgin Mary & Saint Joseph
Fear of the Lord
Is a guarantee of falsehood which excludes error given to by Christ to his church
Is a guarantee of truth which excludes error given to by christ to his church.
When once fails to voice their thoughts over religious matters to the priest.
Is the penalty when the church cuts one off from sacrament and union from the church.
Not going for communion during a regular mass.
Heracy is the denial of one or more truth of the catholic faith, apostasy is the rejection of Christianity.
The guy in the robe.
A mediator between god and man. he can offer mass forgive sins and perform the other sacraments of the church.
A Woman religious living by a approved rule of life.
A female priest.
Consecrated lays are men and women bound to Christ and remain unmarried for his sake.
Having received holy orders they take the place of Christ.
A Deacon of the church.
The place of temporary punishment.
Do not praise false Idols.
Love your god
Love your neighbor as yourself
Tho shall not have strange Gods before me
Tho shall not take the lords name in vain
Keep holy the lord's day
Tho shall honor the figures of the church
Honor your father and Mother
Tho shall not kill
Tho shall not induce harm to one's self.
Tho shall not commit adultery
Tho shall not take thy blessings for granted.
Tho shall not steal
Tho shall not bear false witness against your neighbor
Tho shall not covet your neighbor's wife
Tho shall not covet thy neighbor's goods.
A holy object that bears significance to the church
Pieces of the original cross
The body or part of the body of a saint
To take responsibility for their children's sins
To teach the catholic faith
To teach good morals
To punish them for their sins.
To protect them from spiritual harm
To assist at mass on all Sundays and holy days of obligation.
To Honor thy father and thy mother
To fast and abstain on the days appointed
To confess our sins at least once a year.
To receive holy communion during Easter time.
To contribute to the support of the Church.
To pay back whatever is stolen or damaged.
To observe the laws of the church concerning marriage.
Singing along to hymns
Anointing of the sick.
Signing of the cross
Kneeling before the altar
The assumption of Mary
All Saints day.
Confessed within the last hour.
To have abstained for 24 hours prior
Free from mortal sin
To have a right intention
Purity of mind and body
To fast for 1 hour prior to receiving.
The thing the store the cookies in.
A form of penance
Sacred vessel in which the host is held for the sake of exposition and adoration of Jesus in the blessed sacrament.
The priest is bound by the law to reveal sins that are harmful to others
The priest is bound never to reveal any sin that has been confessed to him
The priest is bound to never reveal any sin unless a mortal sin
The Assumption of Mary (August 15)
The Maternity of Mary (August 15)
The Assumption of Mary (November 1)
The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary (December 25)
All Saints' Day (November 1)
Christmas Day (December 25)
The Maternity of Mary (January 1)
The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary (December 8)