Mass in the Cathedral
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___________ describes the sacred mystery in which bread and wine are changed at Mass in the Body and Blood of Christ.
At ___________ we offer thanksgiving to God the Father.
___________ recalls Christ’s Sacrifice and makes him truly present for us.
The Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation
The requirement to observe one holy day each week comes from the _______________.
Sermon on the Mount
For Catholics, Sunday is a holy day set aside for _________.
observing a day of rest
sharing in the Body and Blood of Jesus
honoring God as the source of Creation
all of the above
Someone who seeks to know God directly through spiritual insight is called a(n) _________.
One of the most well-known medieval mystics was _________.
Blessed Julian of Norwich
Mother Teresa of Calcutta
An anchoress lived a solitary life __________.
in a convent
in a room built onto the side of a church
in the Vatican
and ate only bread and water
___________ is the liturgical celebration during which the Sacrament of the Eucharist is celebrated.
Liturgy of the Hours
___________ is the day Christians set aside to worship God each week.
The Lord's Day
Transubstantiation is the sacred mystery in which bread and wine are changed into the Body and Blood of __________.
the Holy Trinity
___________ is the gathering that established seventy canons, or rules, for the Church.
The Third Lateran Council
The Fourth Lateran Council
The Council of Jerusalem
A golden container for the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament is the ___________.
In the Bible, ___________ have spiritual significance; God made the Covenant with the Israelites and Abraham almost sacrificed his son on one.
___________’s book Sixteen Revelations of Divine Love is believed to be the first book written by a woman in the English language.
Saint Joan of Arc
Blessed Julian of Norwich
Saint Helene of the Cross
___________ cathedrals expressed the faith and spirituality of medieval Christians through their beauty and design, and symbolized upward striving toward God.
Saint Benedict taught that the faithful received God’s ___________ not simply by looking at the Host but by actually receiving the Sacrament of the Eucharist.
Through Moses, God entered into the ___________ with the Hebrews and gave them his law in the Ten Commandments.
binding legal contract
___________ is the foremost Holy Day of Obligation in the Church.
All Saints' Day
At the Fourth Lateran Council priests were commanded not to reveal any sin a person disclosed in _________.
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