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1
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A bishop of the highest rank

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Archbishop

2
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Large diocese which has an elevated status over the other dioceses in the area

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Archdiocese

3
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Consecrated successor to the apostles

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Bishop

4
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The definitive list of the books of the Bible

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Canon

5
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A bishop or archbishop that has been selected by the pope to join the college of cardinals

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Cardinal

6
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The official church of the local bishop

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Cathedral

7
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A name given to the Assembly of God

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Church

8
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The faithful of the church that receives the sacrament of holy orders

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Clergy

9
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The principle that all of the bishops in the Church with the pope at their head form a single group; this is the succession of the apostles

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Collegiality

10
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A new relationship between man and God which has been established by Christ

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Communion

11
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The unity in Christ of all the redeemed

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Communion of Saints

12
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A gathering of the world’s cardinals in St. Peter’s basilica with the purpose of electing a new pope

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Conclave

13
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Permanent state of life recognized by the church

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Consecrated Life

14
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Council of the Church held AD 49 or 50 to decide how the Gentiles would convert to the Church

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Council of Jerusalem

15
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A man who is ordained to assist the mission of the Church

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Deacon

16
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The definitive revelation of the church given to the apostles and through them to the entire Churches

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Deposit of Faith

17
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The office of the deacon in the Catholic Church

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Diaconate

18
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A meeting of the bishop and representatives of the clergy, religious, and laity

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Diocesan Council

19
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The territory and the churches under a bishop’s authority

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Diocese

20
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Often called the Eastern Rites of the Catholic Church

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Eastern Catholic Churches

21
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A meeting of the Church leaders

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Ecumenical Council

22
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action or sign that confers the grace it signifies

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Efficacious

23
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The office of bishop in the Catholic Church

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Episcopacy

24
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The assembly of the world’s bishops

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Episcopal college

25
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The mission given to the apostles by the Church

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Evangelization

26
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A definitive teaching by the Pope when he speaks as pastor of the Universal Church “from the chair”

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Ex Cathedra

27
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the teaching office of all the bishops gathered with the Pope

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Extraordinary Magestirium

28
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The order of teaching authority in the Church

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Hierarchy

29
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The sacrament by which men are ordained to the episcopacy, priesthood, or diaconate

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Holy Orders

30
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Immunity of error and any possibility of error

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Infallibility

31
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Literally “in the Person of Christ”

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In Persona Christ

32
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The name given to the ordinary and universal teaching authority of the Pope and the bishops

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Magisterium

33
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Symbol or formula of the Catholic Faith that was developed at the ecumenical councils of Nicea 1 and Constantinople 1

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Nicene Creed

34
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Obligation of the faithful to accept and believe in the authorities and infallible teaching of the Magisterium

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Obedience of Faith

35
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Teaching office of bishops in their own dioceses

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Ordinary Magisterium

36
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Office of the Pope in the Catholic Church

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Papacy

37
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Defined as a territorial district within a diocese

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Parish

38
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Council involving all the bishops of a particular nation

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Plenary Council

39
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Successor of St. Peter

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Pope

40
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Office of the Priest in the Catholic Church, the priesthood

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Presbyterate

41
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One of the tribe of Levi

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Priest

42
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The highest rank, the Acts of the Apostles

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Primacy

43
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A state of final purification after death and before entering into heaven

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Purgatory

44
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The obligation of the faithful to accept teachings of the magisterium

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Religious Assent

45
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Refers to the Catholic Church because she’s a sign and instrument of the communion of God and Men

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Sacrament of Salvation

46
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The bible

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Sacred Scripture

47
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The church’s teachings that have been passed down

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Sacred Tradition

48
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The most recent of the Ecumenical councils of the Catholic Church

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Second Vatican Council

49
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Those that are properly baptized and known by the name Christian

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Separated Brethen

50
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The total repudiation of the Christian Faith

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Apostasy

51
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“One sent forth” refers to the Twelve chosen by Jesus

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Apostles

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The fourth mark of the Church that indicates she was founded by Christ and given to the apostles

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Apostolic

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Held that Christ had only a divine mind and will and was therefore not fully man

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Apollinarism

54
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Jesus Christ was neither God nor equal to the father, sent by the father and did the will of the father

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Arianism

55
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The official internal law of the Catholic Church

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Canon Law

56
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Church established by Christ on the foundation of the Apostles the pilgrim Church on Earth, means “universal”

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Catholic Church

57
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Refers to the 21 councils of the world’s bishops

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Ecumenical

58
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The efforts to reunite all Christians on earth and to cooperate among Christian Faith traditions

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Ecumenism

59
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An ancient heresy that taught that Jesus was the Redeemer, but he was neither God nor true man

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Gnosticism

60
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Denial by a baptized person of some truth that must be believed with divine faith

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Heresy

61
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Diocese of the Pope, Bishop of Rome

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Holy See

62
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Will never change in its essential aspects

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Immutable

63
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Having no flaw or defect

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Indefectible

64
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The remission before God of the temporal punishment due to sin whose guilt has already been forgiven

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Indulgence

65
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In the New Testament, a reference to Jesus Christ

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Logos

66
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The four attributions of the church mentioned in the Nicene Creed

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Marks of the Church

67
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A heresy arising in the fifth century that claimed there is only one nature in the person of Christ, his human nature having been incorporated into his divine nature

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Monophysitism

68
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A pagan school of thought based upon the ideas of the Greek philosopher that held the existence of a Supreme Being “the One” who creates through an emanation of lesser beings, one of which is the logos

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Neo-Platonism

69
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Taught Christ was the unity of a divine and a human person

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Nestorianism

70
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Broke from communion with the Catholic Church, they retain many elements of the Catholic Church

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Eastern Orthodoxy

71
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Will exist until the end of time

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Perennial

72
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Denominations that broke from the Catholic Church during the sixteenth century reformation

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Protestantism

73
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The breaking away of Martin Luther and other reforms in the sixteenth century

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Reformation

74
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A breach of the unity of the visible Catholic Church

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Schism

75
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An individual who is part of an organized group that breaks away from the unity of the Catholic Church

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Schismatic

76
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Persons who were born into schismatic communities, they remain unaware of the truth of the Catholic faith

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Separated Brethen

77
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The virtues of faith, hope, and love (charity)

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Theological Virtues

78
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Greek for “Bearer of God”

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The ottos

79
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Uniqueness because it is the only church founded by Christ

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Unicity

80
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Catholic bishop’s teaching authority can be traced in a direct line back to the apostles themselves

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Apostolic Succession