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gifts of the holy spirit
wisdom, council, piety, knowledge, understanding, fortitude, fear of the lord
core, belief
dogma
study of god
theology
advice on living out a moral life
law
living a moral means ______
makink good decisions that foloows the gifts
a science of what people should do and what reasons they choose
morality
3 parts of morality
human experience
divine revelation
human reason
ways to respond to god
intelligence & freedom
help w/ magisterium
holy spirit
infallibility
support the church
help of Jesus
who we really are and who we're becoming thru chrose and actions
character
heart of moral life; a good habit that helps us and empowers us to become what god wants us to be
virtue
helps us to learn from god that we should believe
theological virtue
the 3 virtues
faith
hope
charity
desire of heaven
hope
believe in god
faith
greatest virtue; to love and be loved
charity
source of hood habits, natural prudence
cardinal virtues
practical reason; fairness towards others
justice
gives strength
fortitude
self-control; moderation
temperance
to be moral is the ____
human fulfilling thing to do
what really does exist
objective reality
what is perceived to be
subjectiuve reality
the month of the rosary
october
the joyful mysteries
the annunciation
the visitation
the birth of jesus
the presentation of jesus
the finding of jesus in the temple
the mysteries of light
the baptism of jesus
the wedding at cana
the call to conversion
the transfiguration
the 1st eucharist
the sorrowful mysteries
the agony in the garden
the scourging at the pillar
crowning of thorns
the carryinf of the cross
the crucifixion
the glorious mysteries
the resurrection
the ascension
the descent of the holy spirit
the assumption
the coronation
peopl are the principle subject of every society. all people have the right to ___
participate in the society
a communtiry of a higher order showed not to interfere in the eternel life of a community of a lower order, depriving the latter of its functions, but rahter should supprt it in case of need, and help to coordinate its activity of the rest of society always with a view to the common good
priciple of subsidiarity
a good choice
moral
a choice that is wrong
immoral
it does not matter
amoral
sum total of social conditions that allow people as groups to reach thier fulfillment more fully
common good
common good requires
respect
to promote social well being
christian virtue of social charity
solidarity
S_T_O_P
s - search out the facts
t - think about consequences
o - others, consider them
p - pray for guidance
rules to apply when considering consequences
1 - act in ways of good morality
2 - respect others
8 components of self-esteem
not every1 has to like you
its ok to make mistakes
ppl are ok and so r u
u dont h ave to be incontrol
be responsible
try your hardest
you are capable to change
be flexible
christian beliefs in creation
god made us out of love
he put us in charge of creation
made uf fot love , to love
perfect love
trinity
expresses humanity
knowledge
makes choices
soul
the quality of being worthy of respect
human dignity
mean never hurting another
respect
we are affected by what tohers do
spiritual nature
actions -
form us into who we become
affects the world
2 rules of morlity
acts must promote truw good of humans
make sure actions conform to the norms
murder, pre-meditated, willful, and knowing
1st degreee
intent to kill, w/o premeditaionq
2nd degree
unlawful killing
manslaughter
belief in 1 god
monotheism
the law must be
resonable
for common good
made by authoirty
made known
blessed are the porrin spirit
thiers is the kingdom of heaven
bessed are they who mourn
they shall be comforted
blessed are the meek
they will inherit the land
blased are they who hunger for righteousness
they will be satisfied
blessed are the merciful
mercy shalle be theirs
blessed are the clean of heart
they shall see god
bleseed are the peacemakers
for they will b called the children of god
plessed are they who are persecuted for righteousness
theirs is the kingdom of god
needs for food, water, air, and rest
pysiological
stability ad protection needs
security
need for giving and receivein afection
belonging
need for self-respect
esteem
self-fulfillment need
meaning
1. acceptable by norms, obedience, unfiar, punishmnent
reward/punishment
individualism and exchange, effect own needds
pleasing others
conventional; general, good motives
pleasing others
maintaining order
its your duty
soncial contract, rights to be protected
what society stands for
respect universal principles, golden rule
prinicple of the thing
participation in divine law, light of understanding to what human reson can discover
natural law
natural law involves
preserving life
developing as individualites
sharinf life w/ others
New Law -
1
2
do unto others as you would have others do you
love others as i have loved u
includes freedom from factors outside ourselves that destroy the power to choose
external freedom
interior factors that limit choice
internal freedom
guidelines
magisterium
history and teaching
tradition
word
scripture
to capture what is unversally tru
classical method
examingin the experience of pthers
personal method
chruch teachers
theologians
the 10 commandment
10
the awareness of a moral respect to 1s conduct with wanting right over wrong
conscience
empowers us to do good with ease
virute
bad habit
vice
virtue of integrity
honesty
7 deadly sins
lust
gluttony
sloth
greed
anger
envy
pride
having ful consent, grave matter, knowing
moratl
white lie
venial