There are many parts of the church and there are many teachings. One of the teachings is known as the four Marks of the Church. The four Marks of the Church are, One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Another one of the teachings is known as the five Precepts of the Church. The five Precepts of the Church are, invites us to regular mass, invites us to Eucharist in Easter season, invites us to reconciliation at least once a year, ask us to fall abstinent on certain days, and needs us to support the church. It’s hard to chose one that is the most important. Many of these could pertain to me as a young adult. I think that going to regular mass and to fall abstinent on certain days would probably be the hardest for me. It is hard for high school students to get up early in the morning even though we all know that we should go. I know that I should be going but after a long week of waking up early it is hard to get myself up that early. The weekend is supposed to be a time to finally rest after along week and when I have to get up early on a weekend it is just really hard to get myself up. It is also hard for anyone to be fall abstinent on certain days. It is hard to tell yourself that you cannot have something or cannot do something. Though both falling abstinent and going to regular mass are both difficult to do I think going to mass is harder. Going to mass is also the most important. When you go to mass you learn about you faith. Although I go to mass every week, I…
Question 1: What is religion, and what role does it play in culture?
Religion and language are the foundations for culture
The cultural landscapes marked by religions (churches, mosques)
Also see evidence in way people dress (veils, headscarfs) and personal habits
Religion- system of beliefs and practices that people attempt to order life in terms of cultural perceived ultimate priorities
Perceived ultimate priorities are expressed in terms of should:
Should I say this?
members. With this ever growing religion, it will only gets larger in number. To be a Catholic means to have complete faith in God and his divine grace. Having God's divine grace means to obey it and keep it holy as it was created by God and given to his people. The religion itself is based on this and the people take it very seriously. Catholics believe that all people are of good nature but when one commits a sin it not only hurts that one person but the people and the Church.
Catholics believe that…
Question #1: 16th, 17th & 18th centuries. What led to the decline of church and to secularization?
What events &/or trends in the 16th C. led to the decline of the church & secularization of E. society?
-Started with rulers (kings), emphasizing that all power rested in their hands (essentially known as absolutism). The theory of Devine Right was published, which emphasized kings were selected by God Himself. This type of absolute treatment from rulers such as Charles I (r. 1624-1648) and Louis…
The importance of the Catholic Church
We are members of the oldest Christian religion in the world. The Catholic Church was founded in the year 33 by our Lord Jesus Christ. We have the real body and blood of Christ in our communion and bishops are in constant succession from the apostles through the laying on of hands through 2,000 years. The Papacy is the oldest existing institution in the world.
The next oldest Christian Church is the Lutherans and they have only been around for about 500…
Site Regg Penn Religion is defined as a HYPERLINK http//dictionary.reference.com/browse/setsetof beliefs concerning the cause, HYPERLINK http//dictionary.reference.com/browse/naturenature, and purpose of the universe, especially when considered as the creation of a superhuman agency or agencies, usually involving devotional and ritual observances, and often containing a moral code governing the conduct of human affairs (www.dictionary.com). I was baptized and raised in an Episcopal Church. The purpose…
World Religions Exam Review
Layout: 3 parts - 60-70 marks
Part 1: Definitions
12 terms to define and explain religious significance (3 marks each)
Part 2: Multiple Choice
20 multiple-choice questions
Part 3: Word Pairs
2 marks each (choose 5 pairs)
Part 4: Short Answer Question
Be able to discuss differences between how followers of Eastern and Western parts of
the world see: nature, time, sin, death, sense of self, degree of interdependence/
Copernicus and Galileo...earth travels around the sun and thus is not the center of the universe
Does science undermine the idea of God?
Church tended to ally herself with more conservative elements of society
Church and State:
Should issues of the church and state be separate?
During the time of enlightenment this became an obvious issue... and it would happen
Create a diamanté poem describing each ism
The Major Religions Judaism, Christianity and Islamic
August 28, 2010
The major religions in the world are Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Judaism,
Christianity, and Islam are monotheistic religions, namely they believe that there is only one
God. All three religions believe that this God is the origin and source of all that exists. God
cares about the entire creation and desires the well-being of all. God is just and has provided