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Magisterium
the office that interprets the teachings in the bible for Catholics today
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Ex - Cathedra
the idea that the popes words are infallible to the office and catholics
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Infallible
without error ; can't be wrong
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What are the 4 types of magesterium?
Ordinary, Extraordinary, Concillar and Pontifical
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Catechism
single authorative containing doctrines that concerns the Catholic church's faith and morals
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Ecumenism
idea that there should be one unified church
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Non-theist
someone who is uncommitted towards a beleif of god
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"who am i to judge?"
Pope Francis
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2nd Vatican Council is ?
an assembly of bishops, called by the Pope to discus matters of faith and church discipline
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Sacrosanctum Concillium
increases participation from laity as local languages are incorporated
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Lumen Gentium
salvation for all, collegiality of bishops
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collegiality
group, unison or together
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Dei Verbum
tradition and bible are equal in importance
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Gsudium et Spes
Ecumenism and includes ideas of science and technology
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Why is mary concidered a model?
Faith, trust, discipleship, charity
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how did jesus show moral decisions?
being servant like, forgiving attributes and fighting for social justice
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4 marks of the church
one, holy catholic, apostlic
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clergy
deacons, priests and bishops
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the idea that the popes words are infallible to the office and catholics

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Ex - Cathedra

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without error ; can't be wrong

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Ordinary, Extraordinary, Concillar and Pontifical

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single authorative containing doctrines that concerns the Catholic church's faith and morals

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