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UNIT THREE Sacraments of Initiation
I. All Sacraments
What are sacraments? 1. Sacrament- a sign given to us by Jesus to share God’s life with us. I. All Sacraments A.
What they do 1. Sanctifying grace- the gift of sharing in God’s life that we receive in the Sacraments I. All Sacraments B.
What they do 2. All Sacraments strengthen us and make us more holy I. All Sacraments B.
Sacraments of Initiation 1. Baptism- frees us from sin and welcomes us in to the church. I. All Sacraments C.
Sacraments of Initiation 2. Confirmation- we receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. I. All Sacraments C.
Sacraments of Initiation 3. Eucharist- we receive the Body and Blood of Christ. I. All Sacraments C.
Sacraments of Healing 1. Reconciliation- our sins are forgiven and our relationship with God grows stronger. I. All Sacraments D.
Sacraments of Healing 2. Anointing of the Sick- we receive God’s grace when we are ill or suffering. I. All Sacraments D.
Sacraments of Service 1. Matrimony- a man and a woman become husband and wife. I. All Sacraments E.
Sacraments of Service 2. Holy Orders- men are ordained to serve as bishops, priests, and deacons. I. All Sacraments E.
II. Christian Initiation
Joining the Church 1. Christian Initiation- the process of becoming a member of the Church. II. Christian Initiation A.
Joining the Church 2. Catechumenate- Time when people prepare to join the Church. II. Christian Initiation A.
Joining the Church 3. R.C.I.A- Classes taken by adults who are joining the Church. II. Christian Initiation A.
How to join 1. Babies can join by getting baptized. III. Baptism B.
How to join 2. Adults who have not been baptized take R.C.I.A. classes, then receive all 3 Sacraments of Initiation. III. Baptism B.
How to join 2. Adults who are baptized in another Christian go through R.C.I.A., but are not baptized. Take Confirmation and receive their 1 st Communion. III. Baptism B.
Words to know 1. Original sin- our desire to be selfish and sinful that we were born with. III. Baptism A.
Words to know 2. Chrism- Perfumed holy oil that is blessed by the bishop. III. Baptism A.
Words to know 3. Salvation- forgiveness of our sins and restoring our friendship with God. III. Baptism A.
Words to know 4. Eternal life- living in happiness with God forever in heaven. III. Baptism A.
Who receives it 1. Anyone who has not been baptized yet. III. Baptism B.
Who baptizes others 1. Anyone who is baptized can baptize someone else Unless it’s an emergency, please let your priest or deacon do this III. Baptism C.
What it does 1. Gives us salvation from original sin and forgives all of our sins. III. Baptism D.
What it does 2. Brings us new life in Christ. III. Baptism D.
What it does 3.Welcomes us into the Church. We join all others who have been baptized. III. Baptism D.
What it does 4. Helps us to serve like Jesus as a priest, prophet, and king. Helps you be like a “little Jesus” III. Baptism D.
What it does 5. Makes it possible for us to have eternal life. III. Baptism D.
Symbolic actions 1. The person is presented and blessed with the sign of the cross. Dedicates them to God. III. Baptism E.
Symbolic actions 2. The person professes their faith in God. Profess your faith- Say what they believe Also say they reject the devil. Babies have this said for them. III. Baptism E.
Symbolic actions 3. Water is poured over them 3 times. Words of Baptism: I baptize you in the name of the father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. III. Baptism E.
Symbolic actions 4. Anointed with chrism. III. Baptism E.
Symbolic actions 5. Receive a white garment and a candle. Shows our new life as a Christian. III. Baptism E.
Other types of baptism 1. Baptism of blood- people who were martyred, but not baptized in life. III. Baptism F.
Other types of baptism 2. Baptism of intention- for people who died before they could be baptized. III. Baptism F.
Other types of baptism 3. Baptism of desire- for people who lived holy lives but were not baptized. III. Baptism F.
Words to know 1. Holy Spirit- 3 rd person of the Blessed Trinity. Holy Spirit = God IV. Confirmation A.
Words to know 2. Gifts of the Holy Spirit- 7 special gifts God gives us to live a holy life IV. Confirmation A.
Words to know 3. Age of reason- when you are old enough to understand what you are doing. IV. Confirmation A.
Gifts of the Holy Spirit 1. Wisdom IV. Confirmation B.
Gifts of the Holy Spirit 2. Understanding IV. Confirmation B.
Gifts of the Holy Spirit 3. Right Judgment IV. Confirmation B.
Gifts of the Holy Spirit 4. Courage IV. Confirmation B.
Gifts of the Holy Spirit 5. Knowledge IV. Confirmation B.
Gifts of the Holy Spirit 6. Reverence IV. Confirmation B.
Gifts of the Holy Spirit 7. Wonder and Awe IV. Confirmation B.
Who receives it 1. Baptized Catholics who are at the age of reason. In Baltimore, most Confirmations are in 8 th -10 th grade or higher. IV. Confirmation C.
Who Confirms others 1. Bishops give people Confirmation. A priest can give Confirmation if the Bishop gives him permission. III. Baptism D.
What it does 1. Seals us with the gifts of the Holy Spirit. IV. Confirmation E.
What it does 2. Completes the graces you received in baptism. We become a bigger part of the Church. IV. Confirmation E.
What it does 3. Makes you spiritually STRONGER! Marks your soul, and is good for the rest of your life. IV. Confirmation E.
Symbolic actions 1. Profess your faith. Like baptism, but this time you make the promises. IV. Confirmation F.
Symbolic actions 2. Bishop lays his hands on you and prays that you receive the Holy Spirit. Same blessing passed down from Jesus. IV. Confirmation F.
Symbolic actions 3. Anointing with Chrism Words: “Be sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit” IV. Confirmation F.
Other Facts 1. Used to be the same Sacrament as Baptism. Many ways they are similar. IV. Confirmation G.
Other Facts 2. Like Baptism, you only receive this once. IV. Confirmation G.
Other Facts 3. Choose a sponsor to prepare and present you. Many people choose their godparents. IV. Confirmation G.
Other Facts 4. In some Churches, you choose a confirmation name. Like a 2 nd middle name. IV. Confirmation G.
Words to know 1. Passover- Jewish feast celebrating when God saved them from Egypt. Jesus celebrated this at the Last Supper. V. Eucharist A.
Words to know 2. Sacrifice- a gift offered to God by a priest. Jewish people did this in Jesus’ time. Jesus became our sacrifice. V. Eucharist A.
Words to know 3. Real Presence- How Jesus is fully present in the Eucharist. V. Eucharist A.
Words to know 4. State of grace- to be free from mortal sin. If you commit a big sin, go to Reconciliation first. V. Eucharist A.
The Real Presence 1. The bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Jesus Keeps the look and taste of bread and wine. V. Eucharist B.
The Real Presence 2. This is the MOST IMPORTANT Sacrament! AKA: Source and Summit AKA: The Big Cheese! V. Eucharist B.
The Real Presence 3. Eucharistic Adoration- worshiping Jesus in the Eucharist. V. Eucharist B.
Who receives it 1. Baptized Catholics who are in a state of Grace. You don’t want to receive if you are not Catholic (or Orthodox). V. Eucharist C.
Who Gives Eucharist. 1. Bishops and priests preside over the Mass and consecrate the Eucharist. Everyone else participates. III. Baptism D.
What it does 1. We directly receive Jesus. V. Eucharist E.
What it does 2. Nourishes our bodies, minds, and souls. V. Eucharist E.
What it does 3. We are joined together with all of the Church Become the Body of Christ V. Eucharist E.
Symbolic actions 1. Introductory Rites- Welcomes us in and unites us as a community. V. Eucharist F.
Symbolic actions 2. Liturgy of the Word- we listen and respond to the Bible. V. Eucharist F.
Symbolic actions 3. Liturgy of the Eucharist- we transform and receive the Eucharist. V. Eucharist F.
Symbolic actions 4. Concluding Rites- Blesses us and sends us out to serve God. V. Eucharist F.
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