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Definition:
The Catholic Church is _________ because it is founded on and faithful to the teachings of Jesus Christ and the apostles.
Apostolic
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The teaching authority of the pope in communion with the bishops is called the _____________ of the Church.
Magisterium
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________ means "reflecting the unity of the Blessed Trinity." The Church is _________ because it reflects the unity of the Trinity by being the People of God, the Body of Christ, and the Temple of the Holy Spirit.
Trinitarian
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In the sacrament of the Eucharist, bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ. The _________ is the central sacrament of the Church. It is the heart of Catholic worship.
Eucharist
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The __________ of the Church is the way in which the Church celebrates the liturgy and the seven sacraments. Through the Church's sacramental life, we are united with Christ.
Sacramental Life
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A __________ is a sacred sign and cause of grace instituted by Christ in the Church to continue the saving action of God through the Holy Spirit.
Sacrament
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The _____________ or law of Moses, sets forth rules and practices that the Jewish people have followed since the time of Moses, for whom the Law is named.
Mosaic Law
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__________ were the appointed religious leaders, or elders, of the early Christian communities. In the Church today, the term _________ means "priest."
Presbyters
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The word ___________ means "universal."
Catholic
_____ means "acting as one." The members of the Body of Christ, the Church, are _______. We pray for Christian _______.
Unity
The _______ is the living Body of Christ, the People of God. The Catholic Church is one, holy, catholic, and apostolic. The word _______ means "convocation," or gathering as one.
Church
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Jesus' early followers believed that people who were not ________ could not take part in God's ________.
Jews; salvation
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A prayer of beliefs that the Church has said from earliest times is the ________ Creed.
Apostles'
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The early Christians devoted themselves to communal life, the teaching of the apostles, the breaking of bread, and __________.
Prayer
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The ________ guided Peter to reach out to the _________.
Holy Spirit; Gentiles
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There is an unbroken line of __________ from _________ to the present pope.
Succession; Peter
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The ________, or teaching authority of the Church, is made up of the pope in communion with the bishops.
Magisterium
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The Church is _______ because it is founded on and faithful to the teachings of Jesus Christ and the apostles.
Apostolic
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The Church is _________ because it reflects the unity of the Trinity by being the People of God, the Body of Christ, and the Temple of the Holy Spirit.
Trinitarian
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When the Magisterium officially proclaims a teaching on morality or faith, such a teaching is ___________.
Infallible