Prayer for Understanding
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___________ refers to an official teaching or a body of official teachings of the Church.
The refusal of submission to the Pope or of communion with the members of the Church subject to him is called a __________.
An ___________ is a holy image of Jesus, the Virgin Mary, or the saints, often made out of gold leaf and other special materials.
We pray to the ___________ to unite all Christians.
The spirituality of the Western Church is __________.
The spirituality of the Eastern Church is __________.
Vatican Council II encouraged the Church to establish ___________ among all Christians.
the same prayers
One major reason for the division between the Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church is the __________.
The other major reason for division is the __________.
___________ means going beyond the physical world.
___________ is the Mass celebrated by Eastern Christians.
___________ is the hymn sung before Scripture readings in the Eastern Church.
"Three TImes Holy"
Solomon, the son of King David, was given the gift of ___________ from God.
__________ built the first Temple in Jerusalem and an important part in Israel’s development as a nation.
___________ was identified as the “beloved physician” in Saint Paul’s letter to the Colossians and blessed a portrait of the Virgin Mary.
Saint Luke the Evangelist
Saint Matthew the Evangelist
In Eastern churches ___________ are an important part of worship and Liturgy.
In the Western Church sacred art is “___________,” or “natural."
In A.D. 88, relations between the East and West were ___________ when Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, though the empire already had an emperor in Constantinople.
The Church is the ___________ of the Holy Spirit.
___________ was a strong advocate for developing communication among people of all faiths and political systems.
Pope John Paul II
Pope John XXIII
Pope Paul VI
Pope Gregory the Great
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