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Baptism makes us member of the entire communion of saints through every time and place.
True
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Christian Baptism is a sacrament of the new covenant.
True
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An ancient definition for theology is "faith seeking control"
False
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The Paschal Mystery is not directly related to the sacrament of Baptism.
False
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Each generation of believers continues to ponder the mystery of sin and the wonderous reality of God's forgiveness.
True
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Stewardship requires that we cloesly guard our time, talent, and treasure.
False
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Godparents should be people who can give the person being baptized many material gifts.
False
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St. Augustine's intellectual brilliance enabled him to be a faithful disciple since his youth.
False
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The ritual bath described in the ministry of John the Baptist was the same as the sacrament of Baptism
False
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St. Paul and the gospels speak of Baptism as being born again, a rebirth.
True
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Jesus entrusted the Apostles to continue his ministry of healing and forgiveness after he was gone.
True
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Jesus told His disciples that they needed to pray constantly
True
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The Latin root word for priest means one "who builds a bridge"
True
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The essential Rite of Baptism is the water ritual accompanied by the Trinitarian formula "I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit."
True
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Tradition refers to the living and authentic transmission of the teachings of Jesus in the Church.
True
The body of of official Church documents written By Church leaders in response to various social, political, and economic issues.
Catholic Social Teachings
Term used to describe the share that all the faithful have in the one priesthood of Jesus Christ by virtue of being made members of the body of Christ through their Baptism.
Common Priesthood of the Faithful
Latin Expression meaning "law of belief" that refers to the content of authenitic Catholic faith
lex credendi
God's gracious action that frees humans from sin and bestows his righteousness through their belief in Jesus
Justification
"law of prayer"
lex orandi
The period when St. Augustine taught about sin, forgiveness and Baptism
Patristic Era
The period of time between the Rite of Acceptance into the Order of the Catechumens and the Rite of Election, when those seeking Baptism are instructed in the faith and grow in readiness for Baptism. Also refers to the entire process of formation in preparation for Baptism.
Catechumenate
All faithful members on earth, in heaven and purgatory
Communion of Saints
An indelible spiritual sign imprinted on the soul in the non-repeatable Sacraments.
Grace
The living, teaching office of the Church that gives authentic interpretation of the word of God, whether in the Sacred Scripture or Sacred Tradition.
magisterium
When the Newly Baptized recieve post-baptismal instruction more fully integrated into the Christian community
mystagogy
A person validly baptized in another Christian faith who is prepared to be prepared into full communion in the Catholic Church
Candidate
Refers to martyrs, many of whom were catechumens, who died for their faith and their belief in Jesus Christ.
Baptism of Blood
God's divine life within us which heals the wounds of sins and bestows on us a share in God's divine life of the Trinity.
sanctifying grace
Those who died before recieving Baptism, but who had wanted Baptism, had done good actions and were sorry for the sins
Baptism of Desire
State of being that we inherit by virtue of our being members of the human race, rather than guilt we are responsible for because of deliberate choice
original sin
The essential elements for Baptism
water and invocation of the Trinity.