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living the christian life

 

The life lived by religios orders who work in society as well as praying

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active life

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The life of prayer and meditation lived by some religious orders

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Contemplative life

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a religious order who live together as a group, e.g. the Benedictines

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Religious community

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a call from god to lead the Christian life

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Vocation

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living as a monk or a nun in a religious community

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The monastic life

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the laws god gave to Moses in the Old Testament

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The Law of Moses

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Jesus’ description of Christian living

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The Sermon on the Mount

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voluntary giving to those in need

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Charity

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making a show of your religion, e.g., by praying in the street

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Displaying religion

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a person who acts in a way that contradicts what they say.

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Hypocrite

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worship and celebration

 

 

the oil used in baptism confirmation and in holy orders

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Chrism

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an outward sign through which visible grace is given to a person by Jesus

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Sacrament

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a person who acts in a way that contradicts what they say.

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Absolution

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sorrow for sin committed and decided not to sin again.

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Contrition

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an action showing contrition

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Penance

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the re-enactment of the last supper during which bread and wine are transubstiated into the body and blood of Jesus.

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Liturgy of the Eucharist

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the confession and absoluttion at the beginning of the mass .

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Penitntial rite

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receiving the body and blood of Jesus

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Rite of communion

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the belief that the bread and wine are changed into the body and blood of Jesus.

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Transubstantiantion

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the belief that the Eucharist is simply a remembrance of the last supper .

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Commemoration

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the belief that the Church can only be understood in the light of apostles

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Apostolic

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priets specially chosen by the Pope who are responsible from all the churches in a diocese.

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Bishops

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universal or worldwide.

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Catholic

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the Pope and the bishops inerpreting the Bible and tradition for roman catholics today

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Magisterium

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of, or meaning to, God, sacred.

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Holy

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churches that are in communion with the church of england

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Anglican Churches

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Protestant christian separated from the Church of england

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Nonconformist Churches

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all the people of the church who are not chosen to be bishops, priests or decons

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Laity

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making someone a priest, bishop or deacon by the sacrament of holy orders.

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Ordination

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the office of the Pope

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Papacy

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living without engaging in any sexual activity

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Celibacy

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national churches which are in union with the patriarch of Constantinople (eg the russian Orthodox Church)

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Orthodox Churches

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