A Time For Reform
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___________ is a state of final purification from sin after death.
The ___________ was the early sixteenth-century religious movement begun in Europe by Martin Luther that set out to reform some of the doctrines and practices of the Catholic Church.
The Catholic Church is continually guided and renewed by the ___________.
___________ is a name for the Church that expresses Jesus’ love for his Church.
Groom of Christ
Bride of Christ
People of God
Body of Christ
___________ are Christians who broke away from the Catholic Church and follow Luther, Calvin, or other Reformers.
Only in the Catholic Church is found the fullness of __________.
Luther accepted only ___________ Sacraments and not seven Sacraments celebrated by the Catholic Church.
Due to a shortage of priests after the ___________, or Black Death, new candidates for the priesthood were ordained quickly, without a great deal of education, which resulted in many priests being poorly prepared to teach.
Churches that have separated from the Catholic Church share elements of ___________ and truth.
We pray that all Christians will be ___________ as Christ prayed to his father.
Jesus told his followers that their ___________ would be strengthened by their actions.
Jesus compared those who put his words into practice to a wise person who builds a house on a firm ___________ of rock.
Saint John of the Cross wrote beautiful ___________ praising God.
Saint Thomas More refused to take an oath stating that the king of England had authority over the ___________ in England.
Jesus gave his followers the ___________: “Love one another. As I have loved you, so you should also love one another."
___________ joined the Carmelite Order, whose members showed their love for God by living a simple life of poverty.
Saint John of the Cross
Saint Teresa of Avila
Saint Theresa of the Child Jesus
Saint Joan of Arc
Martin Luther taught that “___________ alone” was the only authority in Christianity.
The ___________ is the sign and instrument of God’s Salvation, communion with God, and the unity of all humanity.
People who, through no fault of their own, do not know Jesus, can be saved through the ___________ of God.
Saint Teresa convinced ___________ to apply her reforms to the men’s monasteries.
John of the Cross
Francis of Assisi
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