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Sacraments of the Catholic Church

  1. 1. SStt.. JJoosseepphh’’ss CCaatthheeddrraall CCoonnffiirrmmaattiioonn PPrreeppaarraattiioonn LLeessssoonn 22 -- SSaaccrraammeennttss
  2. 2. LLeessssoonn 22 -- SSaaccrraammeennttss PPoooorrnniimmaa DD’’SSoouuzzaa EEmmaaiill:: ppoorrdd__3333@@yyaahhoooo..ccoomm TTwwiitttteerr && PPiinntteerreesstt:: @@ppoorrdd__3333
  3. 3. ““CCoommee HHoollyy SSppiirriitt”” ~~ PPrraayyeerr Come Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful and kindle in them the fire of your love. Send forth your Spirit and they shall be created. And You shall renew the face of the earth. O, God, who by the light of the Holy Spirit, did instruct the hearts of the faithful, grant that by the same Holy Spirit we may be truly wise and ever enjoy His consolations, through Christ Our Lord, Amen. Goal : To receive a special outpouring of the Holy Spirit
  4. 4. Reflect on what you see... *New ideas Jot it down ! *Ah-ha's! *How To Make A Difference Discussion Guide  Everyone’s voice is heard  All thoughts, opinions, feelings – valued and respected  There are NO wrong answers  This is a discussion – SAY WHAT YOU THINK!  Show your evidence – WHY do you think?  GO DEEPER!  Everyone’s voice is heard  All thoughts, opinions, feelings – valued and respected  There are NO wrong answers  This is a discussion – SAY WHAT YOU THINK!  Show your evidence – WHY do you think?  GO DEEPER!
  5. 5. LLeessssoonn 22 –– LLeeaarrnniinngg OObbjjeeccttiivveess  Sacraments as channels of divine grace  To understand different aspects of church  Foundation set by Christ  Guidance of the Holy Spirit  Apostolic Succession  Teaching authority  To understand sacrament is an outward sign instituted by Christ to give grace.
  6. 6. LLeessssoonn 11 -- GGrraaccee –– RReevviieeww  God created us out of love We were created for happiness, which we find in a relationship with God  Our sin has tarnished this relationship  God wants us to be able to restore this unity and receive His grace When we are living in God’s grace we are responding to the universal call to Holiness and being who were created to be (CCC 1996-97)
  7. 7. HHooww ddoo wwee rreecceeiivvee tthhiiss GGrraaccee?? Jesus died for us to restore our broken relationship with God. It is through Jesus we receive Grace We receive Jesus through the Church (Sacraments).
  8. 8. Instruction
  9. 9. TThhee CChhuurrcchh Before Jesus ascended, he prepared his Apostles, so that they would be able to lead His Church and continue His mission
  10. 10. TThhee HHoollyy SSppiirriitt Jesus promised the Apostles that he would send an Advocate, a Counselor ~(Jn 14:16,18,26) The Holy Spirit guides the Body of Christ Christ breathes the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles (Jn 20:22) You should receive power when the Holy Spirit come upon you (Acts 1:8) The Holy Spirit descends upon the Apostles at Pentecost (Acts 2)
  11. 11. PPeenntteeccoosstt  The Apostles, disciples and Mary gathered in the Upper Room  Holy Spirit descends in tongues of fire ~ Acts 2:1-4  Pentecost is often called the birthday of the Church b/c it marks the beginning of the Church’s public ministry in the world.  3,000 baptized and become Christian on the first day
  12. 12. AAppoossttoolliicc SSuucccceessssiioonn aanndd tthhee MMaaggiisstteerriiuumm  The church is the “pillar and bulwark of truth” (1Tim 3:15) which Christ sent his Holy Spirit to guide. Magisterium - the teaching body of the Church that upholds the Truth of Christ The Magisterium consists of all the Bishops in union with the Pope, who is the successor of Peter
  13. 13. Apostolic Succession
  14. 14. TTwweellvvee AAppoossttlleess  Christ appointed twelve Apostles to be with him and sent them out to preach. (Mk 3:14-15)  Jesus equipped the twelve to be the foundation of his Church.  The Apostles would lead the Church until the end of time by appointing successors to fulfill their responsibilities  Those successors are called Bishops
  15. 15. AAppoossttoolliicc SSuucccceessssiioonn Watch the video of Apostolic Succession from 7:14
  16. 16. PPeetteerr aanndd tthhee AAppoossttlleess  Peter is given primacy among the Apostles  Given the Keys of the Kingdom (Mt.16:18)  Leads the replacing of Judas (Acts 1)  Leads the Council of Jerusalem (Acts 15)  The Apostles passed on their office through the laying on of hands ( Apostolic Succession)  In Acts 1, The Apostles meet with Peter as their leader and decide on Mathias to take Judas’ place – “another shall take his place”  In 2nd century St. Irenaus copies down the line of the bishop of Rome  We can trace the lineage of our bishops back to the Apostles  Christ commissions them to go to the ends of the earth spreading the Gospel (Mt.28:19, Act 1:8)
  17. 17. TThhee CCoouunncciill ooff JJeerruussaalleemm  Many Jewish Christians wanted Gentile converts to become Jews by circumcision when becoming Christian.  St. Paul, St.Peter, the Apostles, and priests met in Jerusalem to decide the matter.  Decided that to be a Christian a person needed faith in Jesus and baptism; they did not have to adhere to Jewish traditions  Watch the video on the Council of Jerusalem http://catholicconfirmation.wikispaces.com/Chapter5
  18. 18. SStt.. PPeetteerr St. Peter~(Mt 16:18-19)  Peter receives a new name that means Rock, meaning he is the foundation of the Church.  Peter is given keys indicating that he is the leader (Prime Minister) of the Church.  Jesus is still the King but Peter, and his successor, ~ day-to-day authority of the Church.  Peter is given authority to make decision in the Church with the power of binding and loosing.
  19. 19. GGiiffttss ooff tthhee HHoollyy SSppiirriitt  The Gifts of the Spirit ushers in a new era in the age of the Church  During this, Christ manifests, makes present, and communicates his work of salvation through the liturgy of his church  Christ acts through the Sacraments  This is the dispensation of the fruits of Christ’s Paschal Mystery (CCC 1076)
  20. 20. TThhee SSaaccrraammeennttss  Definition – Visible sign instituted by Christ that confers God’s invisible grace  Sacraments are a visible sign of God’s grace which Christ entrusted to the Church (CCC 1131)  A way in which divine life is dispensed to us  Given by Christ to the Apostles not human invention  “The purpose of the sacraments is to sanctify men, to build up the Body of Christ and, finally to give worship to God” (CCC 1123) View the video – Sacraments of the Catholic Church
  21. 21. SSeevveenn SSaaccrraammeennttss Sacraments of Initiation Sacraments of Sacraments of Initiation Sacraments of Service Service BBaappttiissmm Sacraments of Healing Sacraments of Healing EEuucchhaarriisstt CCoonnffiirrmmaattiioonn PPeennaannccee Anointing of the Sick HHoollyy OOrrddeerrss MMaattrriimmoonnyy A Sacrament is an efficacious sign of grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church, divine life is dispensed to us. They are visible signs that gives God’s invisible grace View the video on the Seven Sacraments ~ http://catholicconfirmation.wikispaces.com/Chapter7
  22. 22. TThhee SSaaccrraammeennttss  The whole liturgical life of the Church revolves around the Eucharistic sacrifice and the sacraments (CCC 1113)  Because of Sin we need the Sacraments  Examples of how these sacraments help us  Baptism  In Baptism we are cleansed of sin and participate in the life of Christ  As an “adopted son” we can call God “Father,” in union with the only Son  Co-heirs with Christ with Father’s inheritance  Receives the life of the Spirit who breathes charity into him and who forms the Church (CCC 1997)
  23. 23. CCoonnffeessssiioonn  In Confession we experience spiritual healing, purifying our souls to be in a relationship with Jesus Christ  Relieves burdens and weight of sin
  24. 24. Photo by supercalifunkysexy - Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License https://www.flickr.com/photos/7579644@N05 Created with Haiku Deck
  25. 25. HHoollyy EEuucchhaarriisstt  Source and Summit of our Faith  Christ gave us His Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity  We participate in Divine Nature – unique intimate union with Christ  Come together as Body of Christ through consuming his Body in the Eucharist  We also receive grace through receiving and praying in front of the Blessed Sacrament in Adoration
  26. 26. PPrrooppeerr DDiissppoossiittiioonn To receive these sacraments, we need a proper disposition We need to prepare ourselves and truly desire to receive God’s grace Cannot receive passively Eucharist (how we receive) – Watch the video
  27. 27. PPrrooppeerr DDiissppoossiittiioonn  Examples: Confession  There needs to be sorrow for your sins and a desire to avoid sin and the near occasion of sin in the future Eucharist  To receive, you need to be in the state of grace Confirmation  Need to be in a state of Grace  Need to desire to receive it  Openness to fully receive the Holy Spirit
  28. 28. Invitation ttoo AAddoorraattiioonn aanndd CCoonnffeessssiioonn  You are invited to grow in faith and love of our Lord  Attend the Eucharistic Adoration at the Cathedral  Experience the quiet and peace of praying before our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament
  29. 29. Invitation ttoo AAddoorraattiioonn aanndd CCoonnffeessssiioonn  experience God’s forgiveness and our reconciliation with the church  experience great peace and spiritual consolation after making a good confession.  powerful way to get rid of our weaknesses, grow in holiness, and lead a balanced and virtuous life. Photo by carlosoliveirareis - Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License https://www.flickr.com/photos/54218923@N00 Created with Haiku Deck
  30. 30. QQuueessttiioonnss ttoo ppoonnddeerr......  What questions or doubts do you have about the Sacraments?  What do you desire from God during this time of prayer?  What are some way that you can work to grow in relationship with Jesus Christ?
  31. 31. ou Fill outt tthhee ffoorrmm -- hhaannddoouutt https://docs.google.com/forms/d/179ClzF0qWtDVLl43uYuA1RuvG-qK4d-2HgdCj6vZQ9U/viewform?usp=send_form
  32. 32. CCoonnffiirrmmaattiioonn EExxppeeccttaattiioonn  Participate in Sunday Mass each week  Attendance at the Confirmation classes is extremely important  The confirmation sponsor  strong role- model  is a faith-filled Roman Catholic  Choose a Confirmation name and write a biography about that saint
  33. 33. QQuueessttiioonnss oorr CCoommmmeennttss
  34. 34. RReeffeerreenncceess  Hahn, S. The Church: Sacrament of Salvation (1998). Didache Series: Midwest Theological Forum  http://www.stjosephcathedral.net/  http://www.faithfirst.com/html/  http://stroccoglencove.com/  http://saintland.com/  http://eborg3.com/  http://stlukescatholic.com/  http://www.dioceseoftanga.org/  http://fc04.deviantart.net/  http://www.catholicbook.com/  http://www.catholicapologetics.org/  http://thelivingtruthfellowship.org/  http://sandra0612.files.wordpress.com/  ometimesmarthaalwaysmary.files.wordpress.com  http://www.clipartbest.com/cliparts/KTn/xG7/KTnxG7ETq.jpeg  http://shareaverse.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/psalm-147-5-omniscient-god.png?w=547&h=410  http://www.catholicbible101.com/  http://www.ouridentitymatters.com/  http://www.fbcdeerpointlake.org/  http://cdn2-b.examiner.com/
  35. 35. •Delicious Book marks: pord_33 •Twitter: pord_33 •Diigo: pord_33 •Email : pord_33@yahoo.com •Wiki: http://poornima.wikispaces.com/ •Linguisitics: http://enllinguistics.wikispaces.com/ •Catholic Webpages: http://sio.midco.net/kenith/sitemap.html
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Notes de l'éditeur

  • Apostolic succession "may also be understood as a continuity in doctrinal teaching from the time of the apostles to the present."
  • Council of Jerusalem (or Apostolic Conference) is a name applied by historians and theologians to a Christian Apostolic Age council that was held inJerusalem and dated to around the year 50 AD.
    Around the year 48 an issue arose in Antioch concerning the circumcision of non-Jews, when some Christians coming from Judea claimed their freedom acquired in Christ Jesus (cf. Gal. 2:4), which even Paul and Barnabas invoked so as not to impose this rite of circumcision on pagan converts to Christianity. The community decided to consult the Apostles and Elders of Jerusalem. Thus, it sent Paul and Barnabas together with Titus, their Greek companion, as well as a delegation to accompany them to Jerusalem.
  • Derived from the Greek Πετρος (Petros) meaning "stone". This is a translation used in most versions of the New Testament of the name Cephas, meaning "stone" in Aramaic, which was given to the apostle Simon by Jesus (compare Matthew 16:18 and John 1:42). Simon Peter was the most prominent of the apostles during Jesus' ministry and is often considered the first pope.
  • The word "Church" (Latin ecclesia, from the Greek ek-ka-lein, to "call out of") means a convocation or an assembly. It designates the assemblies of the people, usually for a religious purpose.139 Ekklesia is used frequently in the Greek Old Testament for the assembly of the Chosen People before God, above all for their assembly on Mount Sinai where Israel received the Law and was established by God as his holy people.140 By calling itself "Church," the first community of Christian believers recognized itself as heir to that assembly. In the Church, God is "calling together" his people from all the ends of the earth. 

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