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the mystery of God in three persons Father, Son, Holy Spirit
Trinity
the mystery of God becoming human
Incarnation
the Son of God as a human being the Savior
Jesus
when we remember the Paschal Mystery of Jesus
Eucharist
Jesus who saved us from sin and death
Savior
the suffering death ressurection and assension of Jesus
Paschal Mystery
Gog given gifts of intelect and free will
divine powers
Father how Jesus addressed God
Abba
Jesus is the which means messiah the great leader sent by God
Christ
means God Saves
Jesus
believing and trusting when one doesn't understand
Faith
the revelation od God through beliefs handed down by the church from the time of the apostles in teachings litergy, writings, and the lives of Christians
Tradition
sacred writing containing God's revelation
scripture
means good news
Gospel
proclaims of good news
envangelists
evangelists
matthew, mark, luke, john
action of God that moves people to communicate with God
inspiration
hears God's word and proclaims it
prophet
represent people in offering sacrifice to God
priest
has the greatest power and authority
king
another name for messiah
Christ
venial sin
not serious
mortal sin
very serious
the first sin of the human race, temptation things that entire us to do what is wrong or evil
original sin
stories about Jesus's conception and early life
infancy narratives
Jesus's conception in Mary by the power of the Holy Spirit
annunciation
the recognition of his presence by Elizebeth+John
the visitation
Jesus's birth
The Nativity
Mary was never in a state of sin
Immaculate Conception
Mary conceived Jesus solely through the Holy Spirit
Virgin Birth
Mary went to heaven body+soul
Assumption
capital city of Judea, the holy land and where the Temple was
Jerusalem
the law first 5 books of the bible
Torah
devout largely middle class Jewish who loved the Torah
Pharisees
political leaders mostly priests who did not believe in ressurection
Sadducees
Sanhedrin-71 Jewish men in Judea who acted as a supreme council
Scribes
freedom fighters who sometimes used violence to overthrow Rome's control
Zealots
men who usuakky lived in the desert communities in order to live a pure life
Esseries
follower of jesus who is dedicated to him
diciple
someone whose life gives testimony to his or her beliefs
witness
Peter, Andrew, James the Greator, Phillip, Barth
diciples
Mary went to heaven body+soul
Assumption