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Incarnation

God taking on the human form as Jesus

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Annunciation

When the Angel Gabriel asked Mary to accept the role of the mother of the Son of God

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Birth of Jesus

Jesus was born in Bethlehem

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The Word was God

The second person of the Trinity, God the son, who became flesh in Jesus

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The word became flesh

God sent his only son to earth to save our sins

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Son of Man

Jesus is fully human as he shows human qualities in jew testament

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Son of God

Jesus shows the divine qualities which proves he's fully God

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Ichthus

A symbol of a fish, based on a Greek acronym that translates as 'Jesus Christ, Son of God, Saviour'

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Alpha + Omega

A symbol made from the first and last letters of the Greek Alphabet, which are used to show that God and Jesus are eternal - the beginning and end of all things

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Chi Rho

A symbol to represent Jesus, made up of the first two letters lf his name in Greek

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Sacred Heart

A representation of Jesus that focuses on his burning love for everybody

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Crucifix

A representation of Jesus on the cross on which he died

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Jesus in art

To show his human and divine qualities

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Sermon on the Mount

Jesus' teachings found in Matthew 5-7, which give Christians a set of rules and values to apply in their lives

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The Beatitudes

Keep faith in God and his teachings as he will reward you in heaven

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Parable of the Sheep and the Goats

Sheep were kind and gave people what they need and cared for them but goats didn't. We should be sheep

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Son of Man

God is fully man

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Son of God

Jesus is fully God

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St Irenaus about Jesus

He revealed God to man and presented man to God. Jesus is the word

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Dei Verbum 4 on Jesus

The word made flesh and was sent as a man to men

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Verbum Domini 12 on Jesus

The son himself is the Word; the eternal word became small - small enough to fit into a manger

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Grace

God's free gift of his unconditional love to the believer

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Sacraments

Rituals and rites through which the believer receives a special gift of grace; for Catholics, Anglicans, and many Protestants, sacraments are outward signs of 'inward peace'

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Baptism

Cleanse of original sin and to be welcomed into the family of God

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Confirmation

Responsible for faith journey. Receive the gifts of Holy Spirits

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Eucharist

Union with Jesus spiritually and physically

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Reconciliation

Absolution of sin. Reunite with God

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Marriage

Each partner accepting the other person as husband/wife for life

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Ordination

The ability to administer all the sacraments

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Sacraments of the sick

Cleansed of sins. Spiritual and/or physical healing

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Imago Dei

Means image of God - in image of God we all have dignity and worth which can never be taken away, meaning no human life should ever be killed or harmed deliberately

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Abortion

Belief in incarnation means catholics are against it

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Quote of Son of God

'Are you the Messiah, the Son of the Blessed one?' Jesus said 'I am' - Mark 14:61-62

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Sermon on the Mount - Teaching about the Law

"...whoever practises and teaches all of the commandments, even the least important, will be great in the kingdom of God"

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Sermon on the Mount - Teaching about adultery

"Anyone who looks at a women lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart"

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Sermon the Mount - Teaching about divorce

"Anyone who divorces his wife and remarries has committed adultery"

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Sermon on the Mount - Judging others

"Do not judge or you too will be judged"

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Sermon on the Mount - The Beautitudes

"Blessed are the peacemakers, they will be called children of God"

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Sermon on the Mount - Ask, Seek, and Knock

"Ask and you shall receive, Seek and you shall find, Knock and the door will be opened for you"