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Confirmation-
one of 3 sacraments of initiation
sacramental character-
a permanent and indelible spiritual mark on a person’s soul
confirmand-
a candidate for confirmation
chrism-
perfumed oil, consecrated by the bishop used in baptism, confirmation, and holy orders
Paschal lamb- .
a name for Jesus whose death and resurrection redeemed humanity
Reparation-
making amends for something one did wrong that caused harm to another person or led to loss
Assembly-
it is a community of believers gathered for worship as the Body of Christ:
Consecration-
making a person or thing holy
Transubstantiation-
this is the name given to the action of changing bread and wine into the blood and body of Jesus
Liturgy of the word-
the 1st major part of Mass, it comprises 3 scriptural readings, a responsorial psalm, a homily, the Nicene Creed, and petitions
Liturgy of the Eucharist-
the 2nd major part of Mass it comprises the preparation of gifts, Eucharistic prayer, and the rite of Holy Communion
Eucharistic prayer-
the part of Mass that includes the consecration of bread and wine:
Holy communion-
another name for the Eucharist
Sacraments of healing-
the 2 sacraments that are concerned with the healing of the body, mind, and spirit
Absolutism-
an essential part of the sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation in which priests pardons sins of the person confessing, in the name of God and church
Act of contrition-
a prayer of sorrow for one’s sins
Contrition-
hatred for our sin and our commitment to not to sin again
Repentance-
an attitude of sorrow for sin committed and a resolution not to sin again
Penance-
an attitude of heart in which one experiences regret for past sin and commits to change
Oil of the sick-
the oil used in the sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick
Vigil for the deceased-
another name doe a wake service