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Roman Catholicism GCSE: Sacraments of Initiation

Sacraments of Initiation chapter - AQA Roman Catholicism GCSE
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Sacraments of
Initiation Quiz Roman Catholicism Symbolism Responsibility vs. Choice Welcome - Symbolizes entering the church
Readings - Focus on the importance of baptism
Prayer - Casts out the power of evil and replaces it with the power of God
Anointment - With the oil of strength
Parents and Godparents Reject Satan & renew their faith
Water is poured over child's head - 'I Baptize you in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit'
Anointment with Chrism
Presentation of White Garment and Candle
Prayer over child's ears and mouth
Final 'Our Father' and Blessings Baptism Infant Baptism vs. Believer's (adult) Baptism Rites of Baptism Fruits of the Holy Spirit Gifts of the Holy Spirit Patience Peace Joy Love Wisdom Fear of the Lord Understanding Kindness Self-Control Gentleness Faithfulness Counsel Piety Knowledge Fortitude 7 Gifts They overlap and reinforce each other 8 Fruit They help people to live full christian lives Fruits & Gifts
of the Holy Spirit Being met at the door of the Church Shows the person is being welcomed into the Church community.
White garment, this shows the purity of the soul now that sin has been removed, and a challenge to keep the soul pure for eternal life.
Baptismal water is a sign of life and of death and symbolizes the cleansing of sins. The sacrament through which people become members of the Church. Baptism uses water as a symbol of the washing away of sin. It is a rite of initiation. Sacrament A rite or rituals through which the believer receives a special gift of grace
Roman Catholics believe that sacraments are ‘outward signs of “inward grace”’. Initiation Formal entry or progression into a religion Sacrament
of Initiation A Holy rite or ritual which formalizes or deepens your entry into the Catholic faith Baptism Confirmation Eucharist Meaning & Purpose One of the few symbols of unity amongst the christian denominations, the only sacrament accepted by all christian groups.
Marks the rejection of sin and all that separates us from God. In particular original sin is removed from the person being baptized, allowing a strong relationship with God.
The believer becomes a child of God and a member of the Body of Christ, the Church.
Further sacraments can not be received without first being baptized.
The Person receives the gifts and fruit of the holy spirit Chosen by many Baptist and Pentecostal churches.
Seen as an outward sign of an inner conversion - Only possible after a process of thought and prayer
Involves total immersion - Reflects Jesus Believers' Baptism Rite of Baptism Sermon - Explains the importance of baptism
Candidates are asked if they have repented from sin and have faith in Christ
Testimony - Often Scripture or 'how I met God'
Immersion in the water, when the Baptism takes place
Candidate leaves pool having risen to new life in Christ There's a whole separate topic on this which goes into great depth all the details of the Eucharist First Holy Communion Confirmation Roman Catholic Orthodox Practices vary between dioceses, some such as Salford do it as young as 7, while others do it as late as 16.
Arguments for younger and older ages for Confirmation reflect those for Baptism The sacrament marking the completion of a Christian's entry into the Church
Finds it's routes in Pentecost when the disciples first received the Holy Spirit
The Candidate receives the power of the Holy Spirit
The Bishop leads the service Baptism, First Holy Communion and Confirmation all happen in the same ceremony, making the baby a full member of the church.
Again, some would strongly disagree with this for reasons mentioned earlier. Check of Understanding Ceremony Confirmation: Ceremony and Symbols Candidates are presented to the Bishop
Candidates renew Baptismal Promises
Candidates kneel and the Bishop prays over them
One at a time candidates approach the Bishop with sponsors, who place hands on their shoulder
Bishop places hand on Candidate's head and makes the sign of the cross with Chrism
Candidate and the Bishop exchange the sign of peace. Symbolism Red Vestments - The flame of the holy spirit
Laying of Hands - Passing on the power of the Spirit
Chrism - The Person has been set aside and chosen by God
Sign of Peace - Unity with the christian community Which of these is a Catholic sacrament of initiation? A - The Search for the Holy Grail
B - Ordination
C - Confirmation Questions A - The Cleansing of Sins
B - The Holy Spirit
C - Holiness What does the washing with water symbolize in Baptism Which of these is a Gift of the Holy Spirit A - Awesomeness
B - Patience
C - Wisdom Which of these is a Fruit of the Holy Spirit A - Self Control
B - Counsel
C - Knowledge What is the second oil used by the priest in Baptism? A - Chrism
B - Catechumens
C - The Oil of Strength Which of these is a sacrament of initiation? A - The Search for the Holy Grail
B - Ordination
C - Confirmation Answers A - The Cleansing of Sins
B - The Holy Spirit
C - Holiness What does the washing with water symbolize in Baptism Which of these is a Gift of the Holy Spirit A - Awesomeness
B - Patience
C - Wisdom Which of these is a Fruit of the Holy Spirit A - Self Control
B - Counsel
C - Knowledge What is the second oil used by the priest in Baptism? A - Chrism
B - Catechumens
C - The Oil of Strength
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