Flashcards in Test Deck (45):
St. Jerome's Latin translation of the Bible
heresy of "secret knowledge"
Mother of Constantine, "pilgrimages", relic of the true cross
sacraments of initiation
baptism, communion, confirmation
The greatest bridge builder
Edict of Milan
Granted religious freedom
One of the most destructive nomadic tribes- adopted Ariansim
Holy See--term used for papacy
Heresy denying Jesus is truly God
Summary of essential Christian beliefs
A meeting which all bishops of the world and the pope attend to address concerns of the Church
COUNCIL OF NICEA
325 - MEETING OF BISHOPS - THAT CONDEMNED ARIANISM AND FORMULATED THE NICENE CREED.
LITERALLY 'BEHIND WALLS'-WOMEN AND MEN RELIGIOUS WHO LIVE WITHIN A MONASTERY
monks who went to the desert in Africa to sacrifice and pray
Tribe originating in China--one of the last Barbarian groups to invade Western Europe
cult that viewed reality as a constant struggle between spirit (good) and matter (evil)
Germanic tribe who settled primarily in Spain; the first such group to lay seige to Rome.
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults
Bishop of Milan, convert, guided Monica, baptized Augustine
unfolding the mystery -period after a catechumen was baptized
to plunge or immerse
passage that Augustine was told to take up and read
Book written by Augustine --not his autobiography
City of God
Augustine framed the idea of _________that is still used today
Ignatius of Antioch
used the word "catholic" for the first time in 101 A.D.
Apostates or those under pressure of death denied Christ by worshipping false gods
249 A.D. Ordered savage persecution of Christians
Sponsors, mentors, catechists
helped the catechumens toward the goal of Christian living and baptism
IN HOC SIGNO VINCA
"In this sign you will conquer"
he interference of civil authorities in church affairs
Orthodox Church -Byzantine
Catholic Church in EAST
Edict of Milan
Council of Nicea
"Begotten NOT MADE ONE IN BEING WITH THE FATHER"
Key phrase ---repudiation of Arianism---Consubstantial
Martyrdom of Stephen
Council of Jerusalem/"Christians"
Martyrdom of peter and Paul during Nero's persecution
Fathers of the Church
A designation for Church leaders during the early centuries of Christianity whose teachings collectively helped to formulate Christian doctrine and practice.
Saint Anthony of Egypt
Founder of Monasticism--biography written by St. Athanasius-first Desert Father @250-355