THCT202 ASSIGNMENT 1: MIND MAP

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1. SACRAMENTS OF HEALING

2. CONFIRMATION

2.1. Laying on of hands and the anointing with Chrism Oil

2.2. The completion of Baptism

2.3. Gifts of the Holy Spirit

2.4. Adopting a name of a Biblical Saint or figure

2.4.1. Intent to copy their dedication to God

2.5. Sponsor

2.5.1. A person to guide one through the process

2.5.2. An example of what it means to be Catholic

2.6. A Rite

2.7. Strengths faith

2.8. Renewal of baptismal promises

2.9. Symbolic actions:

2.9.1. Laying of the hands

2.9.2. Annotating with Oil

2.9.3. Sign of Peace

3. EUCHARIST

3.1. Completes the process of initiation

3.2. Receiving Holy Communion

3.3. Offered at every mass

3.4. Christs body and Blood

3.4.1. Bread = Body

3.4.2. Blood = Wine

3.5. White Garments

3.6. The Eucharist remembers the paschal mystery of Jesus Christ in his life, death and resurrection

4. RECONCILIATION

4.1. sacraments of healing

4.2. forgiveness and celebrates God’s love and mercy towards us

4.3. acknowledging and naming those times when we know we have done wrong

4.4. Making peace

4.5. Forgiveness of sins

5. ANOINTING OF THE SICK

5.1. For those who are sick or suffering

5.2. Anointing the forehead and hands with Chrism

5.2.1. priest administers a special blessing

6. MATRIMONY

6.1. union between two people

6.2. Promise to build each other up in faith until death

6.3. White Dress

6.4. Presence of Grace

6.5. Unity

7. BAPTISM

7.1. Immersion in Holy Water

7.2. A blessing

7.3. "I Baptise you in the name of the Farther, the Son and the Holy Spirit

7.4. Symbolises salvation

7.5. Commemorates the death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ

7.6. Cleans away sins

7.7. Confers Grace

7.8. Expresses one's Faith

7.9. Infant Baptism: a ceremony inducting a newborn into the community of faith

7.9.1. Beginning of child's Christian life and Salvation

7.10. Godfather and Godmother

7.11. A Rite/Ceremony preformed by a priest in a Church

7.12. Symbols of Baptism

7.12.1. Holy water

7.12.2. Candles

7.12.3. White Garments

7.12.4. Oil - Oil of Catechumens & Oil of Chrism

7.12.5. Sign of the Cross

8. HOLY ORDERS

8.1. Ordained person given sacred power in the name and authority of Christ and through the Holy Spirit

8.2. Bishop, Priest and Deacon

8.3. Serve the people of God

9. SEVEN SACRAMENTS

10. RITUALS

10.1. Seven sacraments

10.2. Receiving communion

10.3. Praying the Rosary

10.4. Confession

10.5. Mass

10.5.1. Introductory Rites

10.5.2. Liturgy of the Word

10.5.3. Liturgy of the Eucharist

10.5.4. Concluding Rite

10.6. Culture:

10.6.1. celebrates

10.6.2. creates

10.6.3. legitimises

10.6.4. maintains

10.7. people involved

10.7.1. insiders: subjective observers

10.7.2. outsiders: objective observers

10.8. Insider talk - ordinary words take on new meanings

10.9. Sacramentum - God and humans share in creation and redemption

11. SYMBOLS

11.1. Language: helps put expression to the moments of Grace

11.2. Laying of Hands

11.3. Bread and Wine

11.4. Light

11.4.1. Candles

11.5. Oil

11.6. Bible

11.7. White Garment

11.8. Holy Water

11.9. Sign of the Cross

11.10. Sign of peace

11.10.1. Shaking hands to show peace

11.10.1.1. "Peace be with you"

11.11. Chalice

11.12. Wedding rings

12. SECOND VATICAN COUNCIL

12.1. The Church itself is presented as a basic sacrament

12.2. Church

12.2.1. The church as the people of God

12.2.2. The church as a sacrament

12.2.3. corporate presence of God in Christ by the Holy Spirit

12.2.4. Evangelisation

12.3. Church is not just a religious organisation

12.4. Participants

12.4.1. Catholic and non- catholic people

12.4.2. superiors of religious orders

12.4.3. Roman and catholic bishops

12.5. Spiritual renewal

12.5.1. returning to sources

12.6. unity between Christian churches

12.7. Documents:

12.7.1. 4 Constitutions

12.7.1.1. 1: Sacrosanctum Concilium = constitution on the divine liturgy

12.7.1.2. 2: Lumen Gentium = Constitution of the church

12.7.1.3. 3: Dei Verbum = constitution on divine revelation

12.7.1.4. 4: Gaudium Et Spes = Constitution on the church in the modern world

12.7.2. 9 Decrees

12.7.3. 3 Declarations:

12.7.3.1. Nostra aetate Declaration on the Relationship of the Church to the Non-Christian Religions (28 Oct 1965)

12.7.3.2. Gravissimum educationis Declaration on Christian Education (28 Oct 1965)

12.7.3.3. Dignitatis humanae Declaration on Religious Freedom (7 Dec 1965)

12.8. 1962-1965

12.9. Aggiornamento (updating) Ressourcement (return to the sources)

13. PASCHAL MYSTERY

13.1. Dying and rising, death and new life

13.2. Resurrection

13.2.1. divine human life and love

13.2.2. victory of love and life over evil and death.

13.3. Ascension

13.4. God is present in the good and bad times

13.5. Redemption and Salvation

13.5.1. humanity was saved from sin through Jesus' suffering, crucifixion, resurrection and ascension

13.6. Lent

13.7. Easter

13.8. Teaches Catholics that living, dying and rising are a part of their experience as Christians

13.9. Following Jesus' teachings = one will reach Heaven

13.10. God

13.10.1. eternal love

13.10.2. creation

13.11. celebrated in liturgy

13.12. "The mystery at the heart of every sacrament"

13.13. Cross: love confronting evil and death; the human ‘yes’ to God’s love

14. PRAYER

14.1. An act of communication by humans with God

14.2. universal aspect of Religion

14.3. formal

14.3.1. at church

14.4. informal

14.4.1. at home

14.4.2. outside

14.5. Rosary

14.6. verbal or non verbal

14.7. Our Father

14.8. Hail Mary

15. LITURGY

15.1. Christian Liturgy

15.1.1. Spiritual blessings given by God

15.2. Celebration of Gods action

15.3. Celebrates the Paschal mystery by which God saved us

15.4. Holy Spirit is central

15.4.1. Holy Spirit and Christ cannot be separated in sacramental life

15.5. Liturgy is both an act of God and an act of the Church

15.6. Participants in the liturgy actually participate in Jesus’ paschal mystery

15.7. How sacraments are celebrated

15.8. Gathering of Gods people

15.9. Involves:

15.9.1. scripture

15.9.2. Prayers

15.9.3. symbols

15.9.4. priests/bishops

15.9.5. Actions

15.10. Sunday

15.10.1. holy day

15.10.2. the Lords day

16. SACRAMENTAL THEOLOGY

16.1. Systematic study of the sacraments

16.2. Liturgical celebrations of rites

16.3. God uses his creation to communicate his grace to his people

16.4. specific rites of the Church

16.5. Study of God

16.6. ‘Study of (logos) God (theos)’

17. SIGNS

17.1. The Church is a sign and instrument of the living Christ

17.2. Church as sign of salvation expresses itself through sacraments of salvation

18. THE SACRAMENTAL PRINCIPLE

18.1. Gods presence

18.1.1. Mediated = cannot experience God directly

18.1.2. Transcendent = above or outside creation

18.1.3. Immannent = involved in creation

18.2. present through experiences rather than direct connection

18.3. Gods Grace

18.4. Laudato Si’ (Encyclical Letter, 2015)

18.5. expresses the Christian view that all of creation reflects God’s presence in some way.

19. SACRAMENTS OF INITIATION

19.1. period of Evangelisation

20. SACRAMENTS OF VOCATION

21. GRACE

21.1. Gift given from God

21.2. Relationship with God through the Holy Spirit

21.3. Love

22. CHRIST AS A SACRAMENT OF GOD

22.1. Jesus mirrors God

22.2. Jesus is a sacrament of God

22.3. marginalisation

22.3.1. Rich and poor

22.3.2. Men and Women

22.3.3. Catholic and non catholic

22.4. Jesus is the Primordial Sacrament

22.5. Cross: “God takes on the afflictions of a wounded world in order to heal them.

23. CHURCH AS A SACRAMENT OF CHRIST

23.1. Church

23.1.1. Believers and followers of Jesus

23.1.2. Sacred place or worship

23.2. Presence of Christ

23.3. Jesus' mission in the Kingdom of God

23.4. the followers of Jesus (the body of Christ)

23.5. Church as the Fundamental Sacrament – the way/ place where we encounter Christ

23.6. The Church is the visible presence of the invisible Christ.

23.7. The Church is the Body of Christ on Earth