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Title: Year 11 Revision Day


1
Year 11 Revision Day
  • Paper B
  • The Roman Catholic Tradition

2
Key words section
  • On your worksheet there are definitions.
  • Write the correct term next to each definition.
  • These are likely to be 1 or 2 mark questions.

3
  • Altar
  • Baptismal font
  • Lectern
  • Crucifix
  • Statues
  • Tabernacle
  • Liturgical worship
  • Bible- centred worship
  • Waiting on- the Spirit worship
  • The Mass
  • Priest
  • Transubstantiation
  • Consubstantiation
  • Fellowship Meal
  • Eucharist
  • The Lords Supper
  • Holy Communion
  • Intercommunion

4
  • Sacrament
  • Initiation
  • Infant baptism
  • Adult baptism Communion
  • Confirmation
  • Mitre
  • Crozier
  • Oil of catechumens
  • Chrism oil
  • Holy Matrimony
  • Covenant
  • Vows
  • Monogamous
  • Fidelity
  • Funeral
  • Holy Unction
  • Viaticum
  • Resurrection
  • Bible

5
  • Pope
  • Papal Infallibility
  • Bishop
  • Diocese
  • Conscience
  • Holy Spirit
  • Word of God
  • Apostolic Succession
  • Collegiality
  • Vicar of Christ
  • Successor of St. Peter
  • Holy Father
  • Bishop of Rome
  • Creator
  • Father
  • Evolution
  • Trinity
  • Jesus the Christ

6
  • Lord
  • Saviour
  • Incarnation
  • Salvation
  • Atonement
  • Charismatic Movement
  • Soul
  • Mary
  • Theotokos
  • Virgin Birth
  • Immaculate Conception
  • Body of Christ
  • People of God
  • Mission
  • Fellowship
  • Service
  • Sacrifice

7
  • Religious Orders
  • Vows
  • Celibacy
  • Chastity
  • Poverty
  • Obedience
  • Laity
  • Lay person
  • Eucharistic minister
  • Reader
  • Divorce
  • Annulment
  • Procreation
  • Pre-marital sex
  • Adultery
  • Homosexuality
  • Justice
  • Equality
  • Prejudice
  • Discrimination

8
  • Sexism
  • Racism
  • CAFOD
  • The Great Command
  • Missionary
  • Modern Missionaries
  • Mother Teresa
  • Sunday
  • Living the Mass

9
Two mark questions
  • What is worship? 2
  • Worship is giving honour and praise to God. It
    means to give God what he is worth, that is our
    honour.

10
State two of the Sacraments of initiation on to
the Catholic Church.
  • Baptism
  • Confirmation

11
Why is baptism important for Christians?
  • Being baptised means that one had obeyed the
    commands of Jesus. The ceremony welcomes a
    Christian into the Church and s/he becomes part
    of the Body of Christ. Through this sacrament,
    Original Sin is cleansed.

12
Give the names of two oils used during the Rite
of Baptism
  • Oil of Catechumens
  • Oil of Chrism

13
Explain why rings are exchanged during the Rite
of Marriage.
  • Rings are exchanged as a sign of the couples
    life long love and fidelity to one another. It
    is a sign to society of exclusivity this couple
    will be monogamous in their relationship. 

14
State two actions performed by a priest during
the Catholic burial rite.
  • Incensing, sprinkling the coffin with water,
    scattering of soil etc.. 

15
What is a bishop in the Catholic Church?
  • He is the head of the Diocese and successor to
    the apostles

16
Why is the Pope also called the Vicar of Christ?
  • The Pope is the representative of Christ on
    earth. He is the head of the church based on
    Christs commission.

17
Why is the Bible sacred to Christians?
  • The Bible is sacred because it is the inspired
    Word of God. Through reading the Bible a Catholic
    can find out the way in which God wants him/ her
    to live a good Christian life. 

18
What is the soul ?
  • The soul is the spiritual, immortal part of a
    human being.  

19
Explain what Catholics understand by Heaven.
  • Heaven is the perfect and final completion of
    human life in union with God. It is a spiritual
    state of being where the saved will see God as
    God truly is.

20
What is meant by the Apostolic Succession?  
  • The inheritance of authority from Jesus to the
    apostles which is passed down through generations
    of leaders to the present day. Thus the Bishops
    who rule the church today have inherited the
    right to leadership which Jesus conferred on the
    Apostles. This passed down through the laying on
    of hands at the Rite of ordination.

21
What is a Religious Order?
  • A Religious Order is a name given to a
    community of men or women who live by a
    particular rule and in which solemn vows are
    professed

22
What is the role of a Catholic Priest in the
parish?
  • A Catholic priest is ordained to preach the Word
    of God, to celebrate the Sacraments and to offer
    the sacrifice of the Mass. He also provides
    pastoral assistance and guidance.

23
State two examples of prejudice.
  • Sexism
  • Racism

24
What is discrimination?
  • Acting upon ones prejudices

25
Three mark questions
  • Why is Confirmation important for Catholics?
    Confirmation is very important as it confirms to
    the church that the person has taken on board the
    promises made on his her behalf at Baptism. S/he
    is in effect saying that s/he now wants to be
    fully committed as a Catholic. The sacrament will
    effectively bring about Gods grace in that
    person and a gifting of the Holy Spirit. It is
    also an important way to witness to others. 

26
What is meant by an informed conscience?  
  • It means that one has consulted various sources
    of authority, eg scripture, reason, Church
    teaching, and prayed before making a moral
    choice.  

27
Briefly explain what sin is.  
  • The word sin literally means to miss the mark
    For a Catholic this means to fall short of the
    perfection of God. No one is perfect so all have
    sinned. Catholics believe that sin can be both
    Mortal and Venial.

28
What are the three vows taken by members of
Religious Orders?
  • Poverty
  • Chastity
  • Obedience. 

29
Explain why the Catholic Church supports Natural
Family Planning.  
  • The Catholic Church teaches that every sexual
    act should be open to procreation. So then
    Natural Family Planning does not hinder
    procreation to the extent that artificial methods
    do. The Church would suggest that whilst the
    couple should be open to procreation, responsible
    parenting is also encouraged. This would mean
    that the couple plan their family but using
    natural methods, which are more in line with
    Natural Law.

30
How Catholics can live the Mass in their daily
lives?  
  • A Catholic can live the mass by fulfilling the
    commandments of Christ love the Lord with all
    their heart and all their mind and to love ones
    neighbour as oneself. Loving God could involve
    prayer and worship, loving ones neighbour could
    involve actively helping those in need through
    becoming involve in charity work etc. also see
    answer above

31
8 mark A01/2
  • Explain what Catholics mean by (i) the sacrifice
    of the Mass, and (ii) the Real Presence 8
  •  Think of these questions as two four mark
    questions.

32
Real Presence
  • The bread and wine, when they re blessed by the
    priest, become the body and Blood of Jesus
    Christ. This is based on the words of Jesus at
    the Last Supper. This is my body. This is my
    blood . The Church call this change
    Transubstantiation.

33
Sacrifice
  • Jesus sacrifice at Calvary is represented each
    time Mass is celebrated. Those who believe and
    participate in the Mass are able to receive the
    Gods grace. By worshiping together the
    congregation too make a sacrificial offering by
    giving up their time and gifts.

34
Evaluation 4 marks
  • Catholic funerals must be times of hope and
    joy  
  • When a person has experienced the death of a
    loved one there naturally has to be a time for
    grieving and mourning the loss of a dear one.
    This is a time of sadness.

35
  • The circumstances surrounding the death may be
    tragic. How could anyone celebrate joyfully the
    death of a child who has died in excruciating
    pain at the hands of an abductor for instance? It
    could be argued that funerals provide the
    opportunity for this grieving to take place and
    that it would be quite inappropriate for the
    focus to be one of joy and celebrating

36
  • However, if the only focus of the funeral was on
    sadness and grief, what hope would there be for
    those who are left in their sorrows. There must
    be a way in the funeral to give thanks for the
    life of the deceased person, no matter how short,
    and to remind those present of the promises of
    Scripture. This is a means of bringing to those
    present the hope of eternal life in the presence
    of and almighty God who loves his children. It is
    a time to be comforted by the conquering of death
    by Christ the redeemer.

37
  • So there must be a respectful balance ,allowing a
    time for grief but focusing on the belief that
    death is not the end and looking forward to the
    joy of eternal life.

38
8 marks
  • Natural Family Planning is the best type of
    family planning

39
  • Natural Family Planning is a method of birth
    control which is in line with the Churchs
    teaching on Natural Law. The teaching of the
    Church states that every sexual act should be
    open to procreation. Therefore, by not using
    artificial or barrier methods, this teaching
    would be observed by the couple. The Church also
    teaches that sex, as a sign of the sacrament of
    marriage, should take place within marriage. One
    could also argue that a more accepted attitude of
    artificial contraception has led to a more
    promiscuous attitude in todays society, where
    sex before marriage has become the norm rather
    than the exception. There seems to be an
    abundance of reasons against the use of
    artificial contraception.

40
  • The couple should be willing to receive children
    from God as they understood this to be a part of
    the marriage contract. So one could argue that in
    order to be a good Catholic, the Natural method
    in the best form of contraception because it is
    in line with Church teaching. One could also
    argue from a medical viewpoint. The side effects
    from artificial methods such as the oral
    contraceptive pill can be serious. Some forms of
    contraception could lead to the threat of
    thrombosis or in some cases cervical cancer.

41
  • There are of course other risks. One could also
    state that even in the light of modern scientific
    developments there is not enough known about
    artificial contraception. In many cases abortive
    methods are used without the person fully
    understanding the consequences of her actions.

42
  • However, in considering the case of a married
    couple, who truly love each other and have
    considered responsible parenting, Natural Family
    Planning may not be the best method for them.
    Whilst it promotes the bond between husband and
    wife, it is still a method of contraception. If
    the couple have dutifully completed their family
    and will find that having more children will just
    put pressure on them financially and emotionally,
    are they not being more responsible by
    controlling their family as best as they see fit.

43
  • N FP is not a highly successful method of
    control. It involves an intricate understanding
    of the way in which a womans body works and this
    is not always as predictable as it may seem. One
    also has to consider that using NFP limits when
    the couple can express their sexual love for each
    other. The Church has recognised the dual purpose
    of love making and surely it is unreasonable for
    a couple to wait for the infertile part of the
    womans cycle before expressing love.

44
  • In my view, God made human beings to share in His
    creative purposes but this involves careful
    consideration of the consequences of ones
    actions. Whilst I would not promote artificial
    methods which could cause harm to oneself, or the
    foetus, there are methods which control
    conception and allow the union between husband
    and wife when they naturally choose to make love.
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