Prayer Vocabulary Test and Mysteries of the Rosary

Introduction to Catholicism chapter 2-Prayer vocab and The Mysteries of the Rosary

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Adoration

Greek word meaning "change of heart," "repentance," "penance." It is considered essential to the pursuit of Christian perfection.
The acknowledgement of God as God, Creator, and Savior, the Lord and Master of everything that exists. The first commandment obliges us to adore God.
Form of prayer that is a "conversation" with God, or the angels and saints. that is formed with words of some set formulas(s)

Contemplation

A form of prayer in which mind and heart focus on God's greatness and goodness in affective, loving adoration; to look on Jesus and the mysteries of his life with faith and love.
Form of prayer asking God to aid ourselves or others.
Sorrow of the soul and hatred for the sin commited, together with a resolution not to sin again; necessary for the reception of the Sacrament of Penance

Contrition

Sorrow of the soul and hatred for the sin commited, together with a resolution not to sin again; necessary for the reception of the Sacrement of Penance
The elevationof the mind and heart to God in praise of his glory; a petition made to God for some desired good, Thanksgiving for a good recieved, or in intercession for others before God. Through prayer the Christian experiences a communion with God.
A form of prayer in which mind and heart focus on God's greatness and goodness in affective, loving adoration; to look on Jesus and the mysteries of his life with faith and love.

Dryness (in prayer)

Difficulty in contemplative prayer when the heart is seperated from God, with no taste for thoughts, memories, and feelings, even spiritual ones.
Form of prayer praising God for the good he has given us.
Form of prayer that is a "conversation" with God, or the angels and saints, thats formed with words of some set formula(s)

Lord's Prayer

Form of prayer thats a "conversation" with God, or the angels and saints. that is formed with words of some set formula(s)
An exercise and a form of prayer in which we try to understand God's revelation of the truths of faith and the purpose of the Christian life, and how it should be lived, in order to adhere and respond to what the Lord is asking.
The title early Christians gave to the prayer which Jesus entrusted to his disciples and to the Church. This fundamental Christian prayer is also called the Our Father which are its first words.

Meditation

An exercise and a form of prayer in which we try to understand God's revelation of the truths of faith and the purpose of the Christian life, and how it should be lived, in order to adhere and respond to what the Lord is asking.
Greek word meaning "change of heart," "repentance." "penance." Its considered essential to the pursuit of Christian perfection
The title early Christians gave to the prayer which Jesus entrusted to his disciples and to the Church. This fundamental Christian prayer is also called the Our Father which are its first words.

Metanoia

Difficulty in contemplative prayer when the heart is seperated from God, with no taste for thoughts, memories, and feelings, even spiritual ones.
Greek word meaning "change of heart," "repentance." "penance." Its considered essential to the pursuit of Christian perfection
The acknowledgement of God as God, Creator, and Savior, the Lord and Master of everything that exists. The first commandment obliges us to adore God.

Petition

A form of prayer in which mind and heart focus on God's greatness and goodness in affective, loving adoration; to look on Jesus and the mysteries of his life with faith and love.
Form of prayer asking God to aid ourselves or others.
The elevationof the mind and heart to God in praise of his glory; a petition made to God for some desired good, Thanksgiving for a good recieved, or in intercession for others before God. Through prayer the Christian experiences a communion with God.

Prayer

A form of prayer in which mind and heart focus on God's greatness and goodness in affective, loving adoration; to look on Jesus and the mysteries of his life with faith and love
Form of prayer asking God to aid ourselves or others.
The elevationof the mind and heart to God in praise of his glory; a petition made to God for some desired good, Thanksgiving for a good recieved, or in intercession for others before God. Through prayer the Christian experiences a communion with God.

Thanksgiving

Form of prayer thats a "conversation" with God, or the angels and saints. that is formed with words of some set formula(s)
Form of prayer praising God for the good he has given us
Sorrow of the soul and hatred for the sin commited, together with a resolution not to sin again; necessary for the reception of the Sacrement of Penance

Vocal Prayer

The acknowledgement of God as God, Creator, and Savior, the Lord and Master of everything that exists. The first commandment obliges us to adore God.
Form of prayer thats a "conversation" with God, or the angels and saints. that is formed with words of some set formula(s)
Difficulty in contemplative prayer when the heart is seperated from God, with no taste for thoughts, memories, and feelings, even spiritual ones.

The Joyful Mysteries

Select the five correct answers
The Annunciation
The Agony in the Garden
The Ascension
The Assumption
The Visitation
The Nativity
The Presentation
The Proclamation of the Kingdon of God, with his call to conversion
The Finding of Jesus in the Temple

The Sorrowful Mysteries

Select the five correct answers
The Scourging at the Pillar
The Agony in the Garden
The Annunciation
The Ascension
The Assumption
The Carrying of the Cross
The Coronation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
The Crowning with Thorns
The Crucifixion

The Luminous Mysteries

Select the five correct answers
The Baptism of Christ in the Jordan
The Institution of the Eucharist
The Finding of Jesus in the Temple
The Manifestation of Christ at the wedding of Cana
The Ascension
The Proclamation of the Kingdom of God, with his call to conversion
The Presentation
The Transfiguration
The Descent of the Holy Spirit

The Glorioud Mysteries

Select the five correct answers
The Resurrection
The Agony in the Gardens
The Annunciation
The Ascension
The Assumption
The Descent of the Holy Spirit
The Carrying of the Cross
The Coronation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
The Crowning with Thorns