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Copy of Copy of Roman Catholicism

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Kate Ryan

on 25 February 2013

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Roman Catholicism History Traced back to the Roman Bishop Leo I 440-461 Christianity had no denominations Christianity
heresy Catholicism simply means 'universal' or 'world-wide' so living during the Middle Ages as a religious person classified you a Roman Catholic Beliefs and Doctrine Roman Catholicism Protestantism Intercession of priests and saints
7 Sacraments
Accountable for actions
rewarded with heaven or hell
Pope governs church
Immaculate conception
Ever-virgin saints
Relics and images Intercession of Christ
2 Sacraments
Saved by grace through Christ
Christ is head
Mary was sinful
Christ had real brothers
Made holy by the Holy Spirit
Lord's Supper By: Heidi & Kristen Similarities Bible is the Word of God
Divinity of Christ
a catechism
baptism at birth
original sin
all sin baptism
holy orders
anointing of the sick Customs
& Practices Names Pope
Laity  Interpret and teach Scripture
 Called different things
• ‘Vicar of Christ’ = Latin ‘substitute’
• “Servant of the servants of God”
 In 1095, pope began First Crusade (these were continued)
 Current pope is Pope Benedict XVI Ordained bishops
Elect the new pope
193 worldwide (2011) Serve over several dioceses (districts) Pope Cardinal Archbishop  Ordained ministers
 Teach doctrine
 Represent the church
 Precide over one diocese, many parishes (local churches) Bishop  Serve one parish
 Help with people’s confessions (intercede to the saints) Priest  Aids the priest for mass Deacon  Any person not in clergy (includes people in religious institutes, such as nuns/ monks) Laity Mass/ Holy Communion
Priestly Dress
Confession/ Reconciliation
Rosary Beads
Image of Christ 3rd of 3 sacraments of initiation
Helps us grow in Christ's likeness
Source of grace
Sanctifies us
Must be done yearly There are lots! Different kinds of illnesses (40)
Traditional prayers (24)
For assistance (37)
To Mary (16)
Special occasions (18) Mass
white robe/ large garment
coloured shoulder piece Office
Black robe/ shirt
white collar
black trousers Other
"Regular", everyday clothing  “The priest wears clothes of different colors to highlight different liturgical seasons the church runs in a year. White vestments are used at Easter, Christmas and the holidays of the saints who were martyred. Also make their appearance for the holidays and other feasts and special occasions such as weddings, funerals (black can also be used), and confirmations. Red is used only on Good Friday and other events to commemorate the death of Christ (which means the blood shed by Christ for mankind) and the feast days of martyrs (as a sign of the blood by men and women saints by their faith). The priest carries purple during Lent (6 weeks before Easter) and Advent (4 weeks before Christmas). Green garments are used to the season of Ordinary Time, which occurs outside the times mentioned.”  “Sacred tradition and sacred scripture make up a single sacred deposit of the Word of God…” par. 97.
 “Both Scripture and Tradition must be accepted and honoured with equal sentiments of devotion and reverence.” Par. 82. Recommendation proposed at Synod of Bishops in 1985
Established 1992
Used by the bishops to teach
Revised Sacrament of Penance
Healing between God and the person
Greet priest with the sign of the Cross
Say how long it has bee since last Confession
Confess to priest with contrition
Listen to priest's advice and accept penance
Pray for forgiveness
Priest concludes telling you that your sins are forgiven
Fulfill penance as soon as possible  Pray to the rosary to remember events of salvation
 twenty mysteries are reflected upon, divided into the five JOYFUL MYSTERIES, the five LUMINOUS MYSTERIES, the five SORROWFUL MYSTERIES, and the five GLORIOUS MYSTERIES.
Make the Sign of the Cross and say the "Apostles' Creed."
Say the "Our Father." and three "Hail Marys."
Say the "Glory be to the Father."
Announce the First Mystery; then say the "Our Father."
Say ten "Hail Marys," while meditating on the Mystery.
Say the "Glory be to the Father."
Announce the Second Mystery; then say the "Our Father." Repeat 6 and 7 and continue with Third, Fourth and Fifth Mysteries in the same manner.
Hail holy queen
Suggested by Pope John Paul II, the Joyful mysteries are said Monday and Saturday, the Luminous on Thursday, the Sorrowful Tuesday and Friday, and the Glorious on Wednesday and Sunday (with this exception: Sundays of Christmas season - The Joyful; Sundays of Lent - Sorrowful)  Stain glass, paintings, sculpture, music
 Portray the church’s teachings
life and times of Christ
Events of O.T.
 Brings converts
“only the highest truth and goodness could inspire such beauty” Image established 6th century of Eastern Christianity
Long, brown hair
Symbol on shirt
Founder of the RCC
Greater than Mary Impact  Influenced medieval Europe (tithes)
 Church owned so much land and had political entity
Threat of excommunication (HUGE deal)
 Cathedrals dominated European landscapes
 Church held daily life routines and thought
Intellectual impact because Church officials had high education THE END unless there are questions...
...? Obeyed to avoid the torment of the afterlife in hell Pro-life is very loud. Weak in motivating people to come to the faith
No Bible study groups Isaiah 42: 8 0:00-0:50
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