Means the participation of the people of god in the

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Unformatted text preview: s, sanctifying us (making us holy) and giving glory to our Heavenly Father. The work of the people is joined with Christ through our response of thanksgiving, praise, worship, adoration, sacrifice, intercession and giving glory to our Heavenly Father in the liturgy. (CCC 1069-10790) 14. The Church Year begins at Advent. The liturgical year celebrates the life of Christ, and also honors Our Lord and the Blessed Virgin Mary with special feasts, as well as commemorating the martyrs and the saints. There are holy days of obligation, solemnities, feast days and memorials. Different colors are used for the liturgical celebrations and seasons throughout the year. (CCC 1168-1172) Advent: purple, rose Christmas: white Epiphany: white Ordinary Time: green Lent: purple, rose Holy Week: purple and red Easter: white, gold Pentecost: red Martyrs: red Mary: white August 6th, 2009 Transfiguration of our Lord Diocese of La Crosse Page 13 of 38 Grade 8 Sacraments of Initiation – New life in Christ In the Eighth Grade, students should be led to deeper understanding of the following Truths of Faith unless where noted to be introduced, which will be bolded. Recognize Baptism, Confirmation and Holy Eucharist as Sacraments through which we are initiated into the Church. These are the Sacraments of Initiation. Through these we are all enabled to be holy (to be saints) and to carry out the mission of evangelizing the world so that others may be holy. (CCC 1533) A. Through the Sacrament of Baptism, we are freed from sin and reborn as a child of God, a member of the Church, the family of God and sharers in Her mission. (CCC 1213-1284, 1655) John 3:1-5 Jesus speaks of the necessity for Baptism. Luke 4:21-22 Baptism of Jesus Gen. 1:1; Gen. 6:5- 9:17; Ex. 14:5-31, 17:1-7; Josh. 3:14:17 Old Testament Water Stories Mt 18:18-19, Mt 28:16-20 Commission of the Apostles Acts 8:26-38 Court Official John. 4:8-15 Promise of Living Water 1. Through Baptism we receive: a. Cleansing from original sin and forgiveness of all personal sin committed. b. Sanctifying grace, a share in the life of the Blessed Trinity, which makes us children of God, members of the Body of Christ, and temples of the Holy Spirit and co-heirs of the Kingdom. c. An indelible mark on our souls meaning that it can never be repeated or removed and the Gifts necessary to live as children of God. (CCC 12651266; three Theological Virtues - CCC 1813, seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit CCC 1831; effects: CCC 1262-1274, 1279-80) 2. Through Baptism, we receive the three Theological Virtues of faith, hope and charity. These virtues come from God and lead us back to Him. The theological virtues are the foundation of the Christian moral life. We also receive the seven supernatural Gifts of the Holy Spirit, which are wisdom, understanding, right counsel, fortitude, knowledge, piety, and fear of the Lord. These supernatural gifts are given for personal growth in holiness and to sustain the moral life. (CCC 1265-1266, 1812-1813, 1830...
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2013 for the course RELIGION Religion taught by Professor Hansel during the Fall '13 term at Pacelli High School, Stevens Point.

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