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Rosary
The most popular devotion to Mary
Thanksgiving
The Greek word for Eucharist
Gospel
The most important reading during the mass
Evangelization
To bring the good news of Jesus Christ to others
Sacraments
An outward (visible) sign of an invisible grace
Communion of saints
The unity in Christ of all those he has redeemed
HPV
Human Papillomavirus. The most common STD today. 28 - 46% infected. Causes genital warts. HPV infected tissue has a much higher risk of becoming cancerous.
Transubstantiation
The term used to describe what happens at the consecration of the bread and wine at Mass when their entire substance is turned into the entire substnace of the Body and Blood of Christ, even though the appearance of bread
Contririon
True sorrow for sins
Moral sin
A serious violation of God's law of love that results in the loss of God's life
Capital sin
Sins that are the root of other sins and vices
Heaven
A perfect life of supreme happiness with God and the communion of saints for all eternity
Icons
Religious images or paintings that are traditional among many Eastern Christians
Neophyte
Those newly recieved into the Church through the sacraments of initiation at the Easter vigil
Eschatology
a study of and teaching about the "last things"
Catholic
"universal"
Bishop
The ordinary minister of Confirmation
Anointed
Crist means "anointed one"
Sacrifice
Means "to make holy"
Liturgy
Word meaning "public work" or "people's work"
triduum
Three-day long liturgy that is the Church's most somnolent celebration fo the Paschal mystery. Begins with the mass of the Lord's Supper on Holy Thursday, continues through the Good Friday service, and ends on Holy Saturday with the conclution of Easter vigil. --Holy Thurday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday
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