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"The state, or experience, of the full joy of living eternally in God's presence."

The joy of living eternally in God's presence.

Living and being happy with God forever.

The full joy of living with God forever.

"The state, or experience, of eternal separation from God because of a choice to turn away from him and not seek forgiveness."

Eternal separation from God because of a choice to turn away from him and not seek forgiveness.

Being separated from God forever because of a choice to turn away from him and not seek forgiveness.

Hierarchy the organization of the Church into different levels of leadership and membership.

"A state of becoming more God-like, living in his presence and with his love."

A mark of the Church. The Church is holy because she is set apart for God and his purposes and God is holy. Christ gave himself up to make the Church holy and gave the Church the gift of the Holy Spirit to give her life.

The Church is holy because she is set apart for God and his purposes; a Mark of the Church.

Unique and pure; set apart for God and his purposes.

Receiving Jesus' Body and Blood in the celebration of the Eucharist.

"Holy Days of Obligation all Sundays, as well as designated holy days that Catholics are required to participate in the Mass."

"The name for the human family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph."

"The Sacrament at the Service of Communion in which a baptized man is ordained to teach the faithful, lead divine worship, and govern the Church; ordained ministers serve as bishops, priests, and deacons."

"The Sacrament in which a baptized man is ordained to teach the faithful, lead divine worship, and govern the Church; ordained ministers serve as bishops, priests, or deacons."

The Third Divine Person of the Holy Trinity.

"The mystery of one God in three Divine Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit."

"A name for the three Divine Persons in one God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit."

"The one God in three Divine persons-god the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit."

A short talk about the readings at Mass.

"The theological virtue that helps us trust in the true happiness God wants us have and in Jesus' promises of eternal life, and to rely on the help of the Holy Spirit."

"The virtue that helps you trust in all that God the Father has made known, in Jesus' promises of eternal life, and the help of the Holy Spirit."

Human dignity the worth each person has because he or she is made in the image of God.

The moral virtue that helps us to know that God is the source of everything good. Humility helps us to avoid being prideful.