Forgiveness and Reconciliation
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The ___________ is a Sacrament of Healing in which the penitent is forgiven the sins they commit after Baptism by a priest and are reconciled with God and the Church.
Sacrament of Matrimony
Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation
Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick
Through the Sacrament of ___________, Christ reunites the faithful with God and the Church.
Penance and Reconciliation
In the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation Catholics ask ___________ for sin and are reconciled with God and the Church.
Penance and Reconciliation is one of the two Sacraments __________.
at the Service of Communion
of Christian Initiation
In the early Church, celebrating the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation was seen as a “second ___________."
At one time, ___________ were seen as punishments for committing sins.
Protestant Reformers did not accept that ___________ and absolution from a priest were necessary for forgiveness of sins.
The Catholic Church teaches that reconciliation with God and the Church requires confession of serious, or mortal, sins to a priest, who is the visible sign of __________.
___________ is NOT included in a penitential celebration.
Confession and absolution
Examination of conscience
Act of Contrition
A period of silence for reflecting on past behavior and how to better live up to the Christian calling is __________.
a Scripture reading
an examination of conscience
an act of contrition
An opening song for a penitential celebration might mention ___________.
Sorrow for sin that exists because a person loves God is called “___________."
________________ founded the Society of Jesus.
Thomas a Kempis
Ignatius of Loyola
___________ was a bishop who defended the rights of native-born people in the New World.
Bishop Bartolome de las Casas
___________’s friends lowered him through the roof so that he could meet Jesus, who healed him of sin and illness.
A paralyzed man
___________ traveled to India and baptized thousands of people.
Francis of Assisi
Ignatius of Loyola
___________ taught that Catholics should receive Holy Communion and the Sacrament of Reconciliation more frequently.
Pope Pius X
Pope Paul I
Pope John Paul II
Pope John XXIII
The prayer that Jesus taught his disciples, the ___________, was called “the most perfect of prayers” by Saint Thomas Aquinas.
___________, one of the most beloved saints of Ireland, founded an art school that became famous for the beautiful manuscripts produced there.
During the ___________, or Catholic Reformation, the Council of Trent in 1551 taught that the ordinary way to obtain forgiveness for mortal sin is to confess and receive absolution from a priest within the Sacrament of Penance.
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