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An organized effort to bring Christians together in cooperation as they look forward in hope to the restoration of the unity of the Christian Church.

"The original term for church in Scripture, meaning 'convocation' or 'those called together'."

"The name given to the Messiah by the prophet Isaiah, meaning 'God with us'."

The sin of resenting what others have or being sad from wanting for yourself what belongs to others.

Letters written by Paul and several of the other Apostles to new Christian communities that they established. There are twenty-one letters in the New Testament.

"Eternal the term that means 'God is' and 'has always been, ' even before the beginning of time, and will be forever."

Eternal life life forever with God for all who die in his friendship.

The Sacrament of Initiation during which the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ and all who receive him in Holy Communion are brought closer to him and one another.

"The Sacrament in which Jesus shares himself, and the bread and wine become his Body and Blood."

"Euthanasia the deliberate action or inaction which causes the death of someone who is sick, dying, or suffering because of disabilities or a debilitating condition. It is a grave sin."

"Evangelical counsels poverty, chastity, and obedience. Those in consecrated religious life take public vows to live these counsels."

"The four inspired human authors of the Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John."

Giving witness to the faith by proclaiming the Good News of Jesus to the world through words and deeds in a way that invites people to accept the Gospel.

Sharing the Good News of Jesus through words and actions in a way that invites people to accept the Gospel.

"Examination of conscience a prayerful way of thinking about how we have followed the Ten Commandments, Beatitudes, and Church teachings."

"The time when Judah, the southern kingdom, was conquered by the Babylonians (586 B. C. ). As a result, the people of Judah were sent into Babylon, away from their homeland."

"The Israelites' journey from slavery in Egypt to freedom in the Promised Land, accomplished and directed by God."