Flashcards in Kingdom Of God Deck (37):
What is a pilgrim?
A person who makes a journey,
especially a long one, made to some
sacred place as an act of religious
What is a pilgrimage?
A journey, especially a long one,
made to some sacred place as an act
of religious devotion
What is lent?
The period preceding Easter, which is devoted to fasting, abstinence, and penitence in commemoration of Christ's fasting
Importance of rome?
Rome is an important place of
pilgrimage , particularly for Roman
Catholics . ... Pilgrims visit the
Vatican to hear the Pope speak
publicly on Wednesdays in Saint
Peter's Square, or attend mass led by
the Pope during the year
Importance of lourdes?
The pilgrimage site of Lourdes is
near the Pyrenees mountains in
France. ... They come to Lourdes to
see the site of a famous vision
experienced by a young girl called
Bernadette and to be healed by its
supposedly miraculous waters
What is walshingham?
Walsingham is important for Christian pilgrims
because an important vision about Mary, the
mother of Jesus Christ, took place here. Many
Christians believe that Richeldis de Faverches, a Saxon noblewoman, lived here and had a vision in the year 1061. ... This is why Walsingham is often called the Nazareth of England
What is jerusalem?
Jerusalem is an important place of
pilgrimage for Christians, just as it is
for Jews and Muslims. ... Christian
pilgrims visit Jerusalem, therefore,
to remember key events in Jesus'
ﬁnal week, known as Holy Week
What is the kingdom of god?
The Kingdom of God is one of the key elements
of the teachings of Jesus in the New Testament. Drawing on Old Testament teachings, the Christian characterization of the relationship between God and humanity inherently involves the notion of the Kingship of God
What is the lords prayer?
the prayer taught by Christ to his disciples, beginning ‘Our Father’.
What is justice?
the quality of being just; righteousness,
equitableness, or moral rightness
What is peace?
freedom from war and violence, especially when people live and work together happily
What is reconciliation?
a situation in which two people or groups of people become friendly again after a conﬂict or
What is the hierarchy of the church?
Hierarchy of the Catholic Church. In
canonical and general usage, it refers
to those who exercise authority within
a Christian church
Who is the pope?
Head pf the catholic church and bishop of the rome
Who are the cardinals?
The duties of the cardinals include
attending the meetings of the College
and making themselves available
individually or in groups to the Pope
Who are the bishops?
He is responsible for teaching,
governing, and sanctifying the faithful
of his diocese, sharing these duties
with the priests and deacons
Who are deacons?
They serve as pastors and teachers
and also provide general oversight on
ﬁnancial, organizational, and spiritual
Who are the lay people?
lay person is a person who is not
trained, qualiﬁed, or experienced in a
particular subject or activity
What is the second vatican council?
he Second Ecumenical Council of the Vatican, commonly known as the Second Vatican Council or Vatican II, addressed relations between the Catholic Church and the modern
What is dei verbum
Dei verbum, the Second Vatican Council's Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation
What is lumen gentium?
This dogmatic constitution was promulgated by
Pope Paul VI
What is sacrosanctum concillium?
Sacrosanctum Concilium, the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, is one of the constitutions of the Second Vatican Council
What is gaudium et spes?
Gaudium et spes, the Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World, was one of the four constitutions resulting from the Second
What is the immaculate conception?
he doctrine that God preserved the Virgin Mary from the taint of original sin from the moment
she was conceived
something that you accept as true without question or proof
What is the magnificat?
The Magniﬁcat is a canticle, also known as the Song of Mary, the Canticle of Mary
What is the apolisitic succession?
the uninterrupted transmission of spiritual authority from the Apostles through successive
popes and bishops
What are the four marks of the church?
The Four Marks of the Church, also known as the Attributes of the Church, is a term describing four distinctive adjectives—"one, holy, catholic
What is the magisterium?
the teaching authority of the Roman Catholic Church, especially as exercised by bishops or
What is the pontifical church?
Pontiﬁcal High Mass, also called
Solemn Pontiﬁcal Mass, is a Solemn
or High Mass celebrated by a bishop
using certain prescribed ceremonies.
What is the conciliar church?
Conciliarism was a reform movement
in the 14th-, 15th- and 16th-century
Catholic Church which held that
supreme authority in the Church
resided with an Ecumenical council
What is catholic social teaching?
Catholic social teaching is the Catholic
doctrines on matters of human dignity and common good in society
What is the st Vincent de paul society ?
The Society of St Vincent de
Paul (SVP or SVdP or SSVP) is an
organization in the Catholic
Church, founded in 1833 for the
sanctiﬁcation of its members by
personal service of the poor.
What is vocation?
a strong feeling of suitability for a particular career or occupation
What is the vocation- priesthood?
Vocation to marriage. Traditionally
the term vocation was used in the
Catholic Church only to refer to
priestly or religious vocations, the
vocation to live a life directly
consecrated to God
What is the vocation- to family life
God's call for u to serve your spouse and the rest of your family so that you grow holy together.