Faith Expressed and Lived
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___________ is the gift of God’s invitation to believe in him and our grace-filled response to that invitation.
___________ is a way of living the Gospel in which monks and nuns live in community and devote themselves to prayer, work, and learning.
Faith is a gift from _________.
the Holy Spirit
A monastery is ______________.
a punishment for sin
a person who is considered a saint
a lifelong residence for monks or nuns
a gathering of all the bishops
Faith means ________________.
the assurance of things hoped for
the convictions of things not seen
believing in God
all of the above
Lectio divina, or divine reading, combines reading with _________.
prayer and penance
prayer, meditation, and contemplation
faith and good works
poverty and obedience
___________ likely would help a person feel closer to God.
A starlit night and a church
A shopping mall and a post office
A football game and fast food restaurant
A classroom and a health club
As in Benedict’s time, most Christians today __________.
withdraw from the world
attend Mass every day
live in a society in which not everyone follows Jesus
belong to religious orders
___________ is related to Saint Benedict and started a monastery for nuns.
In the second half of the nineteenth century, ___________ revived the Gregorian chant as a musical for use at mass.
the U.S. bishops' conference
___________ was once considered slow, but later wrote essays about philosophy and religion.
Gregorian chant is named after _____________.
Pope Gregory the Great
Pope John Paul II
__________ wrote a rule for monastic life that many monks and nuns still practice today.
___________ brought monasticism to the Church in the West.
___________ secretly joined the Dominican Order, is known as a brilliant thinker, and wrote Summa Theologica.
Saint Teresa of Avila
Saint Thomas Aquinas
Saint Benedict believed the monastery should be “a ___________ for God’s service."
___________ became centers of education, gave shelter to travelers, an helped stabilize the economy.
___________ requires that we believe that all Salvation is found in Jesus Christ, whose Sacrifice won for us eternal life with God.
At ___________ God will reunite the souls of his faithful people with their bodies, transformed and glorified for God’s everlasting Kingdom of happiness and peace.
the end of time
Thomas Aquinas’ ___________ is a new philosophy which proves reason and faith could complement each other.
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