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Sacrament of the sick
Gives strengths to the person and also forgives their sins
Can happen more than once in a persons life.
When a person who is very ill is anointed with oil.
The persons' relationship with God is restored.
Can happen on a regular basis
When a person confesses their sins to a priest and these are forgiven.
He is given certain power, such as being able to consecrate at Mass, preach, and pass on from God the forgiveness of sins.
The person commits himself to God and the Church.
When a person becomes a priest, bishop or deacon.
For each position, this can only happen once in a persons life.
Happens through laying of the hands and the anointing of hands with chrism: a symbolic gesture that passes on the power of the Holy Spirit.
The couple accept that through their love for each other, the love of God is active in their lives
Usually only happens once in a persons life
When a man and woman give their consent to be married.
This helps them to keep growing in Gods love
The person receives the life of Christ
Can happen on a regular basis, every mass.
When a person receives the consecrated Bread and wine, the body and blood of Christ.
The person becomes a child of God
When someone becomes a member of the church
Only happens once in a persons life
Water is poured over the head, symbolising washing away of sins
Power of Holy Spirit renewed in their life
Persons faith deepened and strengthened
A person choosing to confirm they are a member of the Church
Only happens once in a persons life
Forehead anointed with holy oil
Parable of the sheep and the goat
Jesus teaches that caring for people is important. By showing love and kindness to others. Christians will be judged favourably by God and rewarded with eternal life in Heaven.
This story is where Jesus tells his followers that in serving and caring for other people, they are serving God. Showing Christians how they should respond to those in need.
St Irenaeus meeting point between God and human. 2 teachings page 38.
Because Jesus is the Son of God, he displays qualities of God.
This means Christians can develop a better understanding of God's nature through examining the life and actions of Jesus.
But Christians can get to know what God is like through Jesus.
God is invisible: he is beyond human sight and understanding.
Symbols- page 33.
Alpha and Omega
Used to symbolise God and Jesus are involved in everything from begging to end
Alpha is the first letter of Greek alphabet, Omega is last letter.
Many Christians wear than rather than the cross as an expression of their faith.
Reminder that Jesus was sent by God to save humanity though his death.
Reminder of the death of Jesus
At the time when Christians could be persecuted for their faith, they could use this symbol to show they were Christian.
This was used as a declaration of the faith in early Christianity as it showed they believed Jesus was the Son of God and the saviour
The letters represent a series of Greek words that make up the saying "Jesus Christ, Son of God, Saviour.
Jesus was the word of God.
"And the word became flesh and lived among us, and we have his glory, the glory as of a father's only son, full of grace and truth".
This confirms that Jesus is the word/son of God. The word has always been there but it took on human nature to live on earth as Jesus.
The word came to earth to guide people closer to God, and teach them how to share in his love.
Message to Mary and joseph from Gabriel.
Luke 1:26-38 Matthew 1:18-24
Luke's and Matthew's account
They agree on.
Mary was a virgin
The angel Gabriel announces Jesus' birth.
God worked through human beings to bring about his plan for humanity
Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit
Jesus was the son of God
Imago Dei and Abortion
Imago Dei and the protection of the unborn
This is why the catholic church is against abortion.
The fact that human life begins at conception, this protection should extend to unborn babies.
This means that all human life is holy and should be protected.
The Catholic church teaches that humans are made in the image of God.
Imago Dei is Latin for "image of God"
When does life begin?
When pregnant Mary visits her cousin Elizabeth who is also pregnant. with John The Baptist. Elizabeth is filled with the hoy spirit. Her unborn baby also reacts to the presence of Jesus.
supports the catholic belief that human life begins at the moment of conception. .
Image of God
The art of being made flesh.
Sanctity of life
All life is holy as it is created and loved by God: human life should not be misused or abused.
The sacred heart
One of Jesus' hands pointing to his heart, to draw attention to it.
A crown of thorns surrounding the heart to represent the crown that was placed on his head. When he was mocked by the soldiers.
A sacred heart statue is a statue of Jesus that represents his total self-giving love for all.
Holes in his hands from when Jesus was nailed to the cross.
An expression of peace and love
A hole of piercing through the heart to represent one of the soldiers piercing Jesus' side with a spear to check he was dead.
Flames coming from the heart, which represents the burning love that Jesus has for all.
Christ the Redeemer
High up- looked up to
No ones' excluded from Gods love.
Outstretched arms- reminder of cross, and that Gods arms are also open for us. He is caring.
Shows Jesus' love taken in all people
Symbol of Jesus' love and obedience to God
"You shall not make yourself an idol"
Shouldn't worship anything but God
Statues/images can be misleading
No one knows what he looks like, so religious art could potentially be false images of God
Gives Christians something to focus on while praying
God took human form
Constant reminder of God
Jesus, fully human, fully God
He answers yes when being asked if he "is the messiah? The son of the blessed one.
Came back to life
Knows what is going to happen
He describes himself as the son of man.
He felt emotions
He was born and died
He made mistakes
He felt pain