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Trinity

God can be understood in 3 ways. God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit.

Creed

A statement of belief.

Sin and forgiveness quotes

-Parable of the lost son (God always forgives us.)


-"Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us" (Lord's Prayer- We must forgive others to be forgiven)


-"Turn the Other cheek"


-"Seventy times seven times" (Always forgive)

Judgement

-Parable of the Sheep and the Goats


-Our actions define where we go in the afterlife.


-"He who is without sin, cast the first stone" (Don't judge others)

Sermon on the mount


Beatitudes

How to be happy and get into heaven

SOTM


Murder

Don't even be angry, anger doesn't resolve the situation.

SOTM


Adultery

Don't even look at another person lustfully.

SOTM


Divorce

Divorce is not acceptable unless they have been unfaithful.

SOTM


Oaths

Be truthful

SOTM


Revenge

"Turn the other cheek"

SOTM


Enemies

Respect everyone. "Love your neighbour"

SOTM


Charity

Donate in secret

SOTM


Prayer

-Our father prayer


-Pray in private, not for attention.

SOTM


Judging Others

We are not perfect, so we don't have the right to point fingers.

The two greatest commandments

-"love your God with all your heart"


-"Love your neighbour"

Advent

-Preparation for Christmas


-Prophecies read, like from John the Baptist.


-Purple to symbolise sorrow for sin.


-4 Sundays before Christmas

Christmas

-Jesus' birth


-White worn to symbolise new start


-Presents to symbolise 3 kings


-Christmas trees are "ever green"


-Angel or star in the tree


-Candles, Jesus is the light of the world.

Epiphany

-Arrival of three kings arrival


-Wise men came from other religions, shows Jesus is for everyone.


-Celebrated by orthodox

Lent

-40 days before Easter.


-Fasting in the build up to Jesus' suffering.


-Charity work


-Palm Sunday is when Jesus came into Jerusalem


-Ash Wednesday reminds us that we are sinners and in need of god's forgiveness.

Holy Thursday

-Last Supper(Mark)


-Initiated the Eucharist


-Washing of disciples feet, shows Jesus is one of the people.

Good Friday

-Jesus' crucifixion


-Mournful and sorrowful


-Fasting


-Mark 14-15

Easter Sunday

-Jesus' Resurrection


-Pascal Vigil Service


-Candles symbolise new life and Christ's victory over sin and death.


-Gospels tell the story


-Eggs symbolise new life

Pentecost

-Fifty days after Easter


-Holy Spirit


-Birth of the Church


-Gifts of the HS given in confirmation

Sunday's

-Mass


-Communion


-"Keep the sabbath day holy"

Why do people go on pilgrimage?

-Say sorry


-Show devotion


-Receive healing


-Pray

Why Lourdes?

-St Bernadette saw Mary


-Holy water with healing powers


-Respect our Lady

What happens at Lourdes?

Attend mass, candle procession, bathe in water, help disabled, pray.

Places of pilgrimage

-Lourdes


-The holy land


-Coventry

History of Catholocism

-Started by Jesus who came to fulfil Judaism


-Crucified and rose again


-Word spread by disciples under the influence of the Holy Spirit


-Persecuted by Romans. Emperor Constantine was converted.

The Great Schism

-1054AD


-East became Orthodox


-West became Catholic under the Pope

Protestant

Martin Luther disagreed with the church. He said it was corrupt, the selling of indulgences and false relics was wrong. You only need faith and a bible to worship. Henry the 8th brought it to the UK

Counter Reformation

Jesuits by Ignatious Loyola.

Ecumenism

Tries to bring the Christian denominations back together. The world council of churches was set up in 1948.

Vatican II

-Catholicism became more ecumenical


-Mass said in the vernacular


-Bible translated


-Church more concerned with world issues

Charismatic Movement

Emphasis on the gifts of the Holy Spirit and spreading the word of God.

Evangelical Movement

Emphasis on conversion


"I am the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to God except through me" - John

Taize

Ecumenical centre in France

Altar

Holy table for communion

Pulpit

Platform for sermon

Font

Holds water for baptism

Nave

Pews

Lectern

Stand for the bible. Gospel read from.

Tabernacle

Where the blessed sacrament is kept

Private Worship

Reading the bible, meditation, rosary, icons, contemplation.

Public Worship

Assemblies, Mass, Liturgies

Mass

-Penitential Rite


-Liturgy of the Word


-Eucharistic Prayer


-Communion


-Final Blessing

Eucharist

-"Do this in memory of me"


-Body and blood of christ

Benediction

A host is placed on a monstrance on the alter. The congregation show their respect through kneeling and praying. Incense is used as a symbol of prayer.

Role of the priest

-Leads church service


-Performs baptism, marriage, funerals


-Guides congregation


-Goes to schools


-Charity work

Domestic Church

Faith and religious practice at home

Laity

People of the church who haven't been ordained

Contemplative orders

Lead a life of prayer and work in private. e.g the Poor Claires

Apostolic Order

Lead public lives of where they work and teach. e.g the Sisters of Calcutta and Mother Theresa

Vows taken by those in religious orders

-Poverty (No materials)


-Chastity (No sex)


-Obedience (Obey God)

Seven Sacraments

Baptism, reconciliation, Communion, Confirmation, Marriage, Ordination, Holy Orders

Symbols in Baptism

-Water (Cleansed of sin)


-Oil (Strength, healing, being chosen)


-Light (Jesus is the light of the world)


-White (Purity)

Adult Baptism

Involves the RCIA. Involves total immersion which shows a fresh start.


Also done mainly by Baptists.

Reconciliation/Confession

-Examination


-Confession


-Absolution (Forgiven)


-Penance (Prayer or Charity)

Confirmation

Confirmation Classes, Saints name, renewal of Baptismal promises, laying of hands, gifts of the Holy Spirit, Oil of Chrism (shows they have been marked out to do God's work and healing)

Marriage Ceremony

-Greeting


-Gospel and homily (1 Corinthians 13 "Love is...)


-Ceremony


-Vows


-Consent and blessing


-Rings


-Blessing


-Signing the register

Marriage symbols

-Ring (Circular, eternal love)


-White (Purity)

Funerals

-Requiem (Mass)


-Eulogy (Speech about the person)

Quotes on funerals

Psalm 23 "The lord is my shepherd"


John "There are many rooms in my father's house"


Matthew "Blessed are those who mourn"

Ordination

Prostration


Laying on of hands


Oil of Chrism


Mass

Anointing of the sick

Offers spiritual help to those who are unwell. A person can receive the sacrament more than once. Involves Holy Communion.

Charity Quotes

Luke "The man with 2 tunics should share with the man who has none"


James "Faith not accompanied by action is dead"

Uses of the Bible

-Mass


-Advice/Guidance


-In groups


-For reflection


-For study

Old Testament Books

Law


History


Poetry and Wisdom


Prophets

New Testament Books

History/Gospels


Letters


Prophecy

Apocrypha

"Hidden books." e.g 1Macabees, 2Macabees