Holy: Jesus Christ in the Sacraments
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In the Sacrament of the ___________, bread and wine become the body and blood of Christ.
The Eucharist is the central ___________ of the Church, the source and summit of Christian life.
A ___________ is a sacred sign and cause of grace instituted by Christ and is entrusted to the Church.
The ___________ Sacraments are the main liturgical actions of the Church.
___________ is made known to us through the Sacraments working to transform us into holy people.
The Virgin Mary
John the Baptist
When the ___________ is proclaimed at Mass, the Holy Spirit speaks to us through the Holy Scriptures.
Prayer of the Faithful
The Mass is celebrated in different languages and ___________ the whole Church both on Earth and in Heaven.
___________ is our first step on our Christian journey to holiness.
Anointing of the Sick
The source and summit of the Christian life is the _______.
A(n) ___________ is a New Testament letter that was written by Paul or another Apostle.
In Mass, the priest consecrates the bread and wine during the _________.
___________ said that what matters in life are not great deeds but great love.
Cleopas and his friend were on the road to ___________ when they met the Risen Jesus.
Cleopas and his friend recognized Jesus when he __________.
instructed them in the Scriptures
told them his name
broke the bread
met them on the road
The ___________ of the Church unites us more closely with Jesus and the Church, the Body of Christ.
___________ is the central sacrament of the Church and the heart of Catholic worship.
The Sacraments of ___________ place an indelible, or permanent, spiritual mark on the soul; therefore, they may be received only once.
Baptism and Penance
Baptism and Confirmation
Penance and Confirmation
Anointing of the Sick and Matrimony
Members of the Church all come together as one family, the one ___________ of God.
The New Testament Epistles tell us about the lives and times of the early Church, and help us understand ___________ and how to live his message.
Many new communities of new believers lived within the ___________ Empire, where they suffered and were rejected for their faith.
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