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word Jesus used to teach people to call God "Father"
Abba
act of worshipping or honoring God as divine
adoration
act of giving time, money, or goods to people in need
almsgiving
moment when Jesus, in his resurrected body, returned to his Father in heaven
Ascension
gift of sharing in God's divine life which frees us from sin
baptismal grace
promises made at Baptism to reject sin and to live as children of God
Baptismal vows
Jesus' teachings about how to live and to find real happiness in God's kingdom
Beatitudes
act of showingn contempt for God or sacred things through one's words or actions
blasphemy
person who pursues and prepares for a certain role; specifically, a person who is preparing to receive the sacrament of Confirmation
candidate
universal
catholic
letters written to the universal church
Catholic epistles
a talent of gift from the Holy Spirit that an individual ueses to serve the Church, live a Christian life, and work for the good of all people
charism
a virtue that helps us express our sexuality in a mature and unselfish manner
chastity
the perfumed oil that has been blessed by a bishop and is used for anointing in the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Orders
chrism
entrusted wtih the power to fulfill a particular task
commissioned
union of all those, both living and dead, who believe in Christ
Communion of Saints
sacrament of initiation in which we receive the special strength of the Holy Spirit and become full members of the Church
Confirmation
to make sacred
consecrate
prayer without the need for images, words, or thoughts; resting in God's presence
contemplation
have an excessive desire for what rightfully belongs to someone else
covet
region or district whose parishes a bishop serves and oversees
diocese
a follower of Christ who carries on Christ's mission by showing others the love of God
disciple
holiest celebration of the liturgical year; begins on Holy Thursday and ends with the evening prayer on Easter Sunday
Triduum
letter written to a Christian community by Saint Paul or another disciple in the early Church
epistles
person who proclaims God to the world by word of mouth, by writings, or as a living example
evangelist
Latin phrase meaning "from nothing"; used to describe how God created the universe
ex nihilo
manner of honoring the Blessed Sacrament by placing it in view of worshipers for adoration
exposition
another name for the sacrament of Anointing of the Sick
Extreme Unction
a moral virtue; the courage to do what is right
fortitude
seven special gifts or blessings that enable us to become more Christlike
Gifts of the Holy Spirit