Religion

Religion

Mrs. Evko's 3rd period religion class chapter 4 the church vocab (only some)

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Dogma

The apostles and their successors, the college of bishops, to whom Christ gave the authority to teach sanctify, and rule the Church in his name.
The revelaed teachings of Christ proclaimed by the fullest extent of the exercise of the authority of the Church's Magisterium
The name given the assembly of the people God has called together from the ends of the earth

Unity of the Church

The gift of the Holy Spirit to the Church whereby it is undidided in itself and yet distant from other things
an attribute of God and the Church describing complete separation from the sphere of the profane
journey to a sacred place undertaken as an act of religious devotion

holiness

the forgiveness of sins and restoration of friendship with God
an attribute of God and the Church describing complete separation from the sphere of the profane
one sent by God to form the people of the Old Covenant in the hope of salvation

Pilgrimage

the name given to the assembly of the people God has called together from ends of the earth
journey to a sacred place undertaken as an act of religious devotion
The gift of the Holy Spirit to the Church whereby it is undividided in itself and yet distant from other things

Pope

successor of St. Peter; Bishop of Rome; Supreme Pontiff of the Catholic Church
The revelaed teachings of Christ proclaimed by the fullest extent of the exercise of the authority of the Church's Magisterium
The apostles and their successors, the college of bishops, to whom Christ gave the authority to teach, sanctify, and rule the Church in his name

Salvation

an attribute of God and the Church describing complete separation from the sphere of the profane
journey to a sacred place undertaken as an act of religious devotion
The forgiveness of sins and restoration of friendship with God

Hierarchy

successor of St. Peter; Bishop of Rome; Supreme Pontiff of the Catholic Church
One sent by God to form the people of the Old Covenant in the hope of salvation
The apostles and their successors, the college of bishops, to whom Christ gave the authority to teach, sanctify, and rule the Church in his name

Church

The forgiveness of sins and restoration of friendship with God
The gift of the Holy Spirit to the Church whereby it is undidided in itself and yet distant from other things
The name given to the assembly of the people God has called together from the ends of the earth