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Jesus’ ___________ is the suffering, Crucifixion, and death he endured for our sins.
The ___________ is Jesus’ victory over death by his rising to a new and glorified life three days after his death.
___________ is the eternal life with God that all Jesus’ faithful followers will share for all eternity.
The ___________ is the unity on Christ of all redeemed, those on earth and those who have died.
Communion of Saints
Stations of the Cross
Out of ___________ for us, the Son of God suffered and died for our sins.
Through his Death and Resurrection, Jesus won ___________ for us.
The ___________ Jesus won for us through his Death is a gift that is freely given.
When the Son of Man comes in his glory, all nations will stand before him. He will say, “Whatever you did for the ___________ among you, you did for me."
God ___________ that we live forever with him in perfect happiness.
Being eternally separated from God, whose life and happiness we long for and were created for, is called _________.
When Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead, many of the Jews began to ___________ in Jesus.
be suspicious of
The word ___________ means “O Lord, grant Salvation” in Hebrew.
With the ___________ of his life, Jesus conquered sin and death.
We can meditate on the Passion by praying the ___________ of the Cross.
After Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead, some Jews, afraid, told the ___________ what Jesus had done.
After the Last Supper, ___________ betrayed Jesus to the Romans.
Chief priests condemned Jesus for being known as “the ___________ of the Jews."
Jesus Christ, the Son of God, was human in all ways but _________.
At the end of time we must appear before Christ, our ___________, and give an account of how well we followed him.
During the Judgment of the ___________, Jesus will separate people into those who go to Heaven and those who go to Hell.
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