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1 Vocabulary List for Grade 1 Word altar apostles Baptism Bible Blessed Trinity Christmas Church commandments creation Easter Sunday gospel reading grace Holy Family Lord's Prayer Mass parish pastor peacemaker Pentecost prayer Reconciliation sacrament saints Sign of the Cross Temple trust worship Definition the table of the Lord where we celebrate the the twelve men Jesus chose to lead his followers the sacrament in which we become children of God and members of the Church the book of God's word one God in three Persons; God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit the time when we celebrate the birth of God's Son, Jesus all the people who believe in Jesus and follow his teachings the laws or rules given to us by God everything God made the special day we celebrate that Jesus Christ rose to new life the sacrament of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ the reading at Mass about Jesus Christ and his teachings God's life in us the family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph the prayer Jesus taught his followers another name for the celebration of the a group of Catholics who join together to share God's love the priest who is the leader of the parish a person who works for peace the day the Holy Spirit came to Jesus' followers listening and talking to God the sacrament in which we receive and celebrate God's forgiveness a special sign given to us by Jesus followers of Jesus who have died and not live forever with God a prayer to the Blessed Trinity the holy place in Jerusalem where the Jewish people prayed to believe in someone's love for us to give God thanks and praise

2 Vocabulary List for Grade 2 Word absolution anointing with oil apostles assembly Baptism Bible bishops Blessed Sacrament Blessed Trinity called by God Catholics Church commandments confession Confirmation conscience contrition diocese disciples divine eucharistic prayer faith free will gospels grace Great Commandment Holy Communion Holy Family homily Last Supper Liturgy of the Definition the forgiveness of our sins by the priest in the sacrament of Reconciliation tracing the cross on the person's forehead with oil during Confirmation the twelve men chosen by Jesus to be the leaders of his disciples the community of people who join together for the celebration of the Mass The sacrament in which we are freed from sin and given grace the book in which God's word is written the leaders of the Church who carry on the work of the apostles another name for the the three Persons in one God invited by God to love and serve him baptized members of the Church, led and guided by the pope and bishops all the people who are baptized in Jesus Christ and follow his teachings God's laws telling our sins the sacrament that seals us with the Gift of the Holy Spirit and strengthens us God's gift that helps us to know right from wrong being sorry for our sins and promising not to sin again an area of the Church led by a bishop those who follow Jesus a word to describe God the sacrament of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ the most important prayer of the Mass a gift from God that helps us to trust God and believe in him God's gift that allows us to make choices four of the books of the New Testament that are about Jesus' teachings and his life on earth God's life in us Jesus' teaching to love God and others receiving the Body and Blood of Christ the family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph the talk given by the priest or deacon at Mass that helps us understand the readings and how we are to live the meal Jesus shared with the disciples on the night before he died the second main part of the Mass in which the gifts of bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ

3 Liturgy of the Word Mass mercy mortal sins new New Testament Old Testament original sin parishes pastor penance Penance and Reconciliation pope prayer procession psalm Resurrection sacrament saints sin tabernacle Temple Ten Commandments venial sins worship the first main part of the Mass when we listen to God's word the celebration of the God's love and forgiveness tins that break our friendship with God Jesus' commandment to love one another as he has loved us the second part of the Bible the first part of the Bible the first man and women disobeyed God; the first sin communities that worship and work together the priest who leads and serves a parihs a prayer or kind act we do to make up for our sins the sacrament in which we receive and celebrate God's forgiveness of our sins the leader of the Church who continues the work of Saint Peter talking and listening to God a prayer walk a song of praise from the Bible Jesus' rising from the dead a special sign given to us by Jesus all the members of the Church who have died and are happy with God forever in heaven a thought, word, or act that we freely choose to commit even though we know it is wrong the special place in the church in which the Blessed Sacraments is kept the holy place in Jerusalem where the Jewish people worshipped God ten special laws God gave to his people sins that hurt our friendship with God to give God thanks and praise

4 Vocabulary List for Grade 3 Word Acts of the Apostles apostle Apostles' Creed Ascension assembly Assumption Bible bishops Blessed Trinity Christians Church communion of saints Concluding Rite conscience covenant crucified deacon dioceses disciples ecumenism eternal life faith funeral Mass gospel grace heaven Immaculate Conception Incarnation Definition book in the Bible that tells the story of the work of the apostles in the early Church one who is sent a Christian statement beliefs based on the teachings of Jesus Christ and the faith of the apostles Jesus' returning to the Father in heaven people gathered to worship in the name of Jesus Christ the belief that, when Mary's work on earth was done, God brought her body and soul to live forever with the risen Christ collection of books about God's love for us and our call to live as God's people the successors of the apostles who lead the Church the three Persons in one God: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit baptized people, followers of Jesus Christ community of people who are baptized and follow Jesus Christ the union of baptized members of the Church on earth with those who are in heaven and in purgatory the last part of the Mass that reminds us to continue praising and serving God each day God's gift that helps us know right from wrong an agreement between God and his people nailed to a cross a man who is not a priest but has received the sacrament of Holy Orders and serves the Church by preaching, baptizing, and assisting the bishop and priests local areas of the Church led by bishops those who follow Jesus work toward Christian unity living forever with God in the happiness of heaven the sacrament of Jesus' Body and Blood a gift from God that helps us to believe and trust in him a special Mass at which we thank God for the life of a person who has died good news that we are saved by Jesus Christ, the Son of God our share in God's life and love life with God forever the belief that Mary was free from original sin from the very first moment of her life the truth that God the Son became man

5 Introductory Rites justice Kingdom of God last judgment laypeople liturgy Liturgy of the Liturgy of the Word marks of the Church martyrs Mass miracles mission oil of the sick original sin parable parish Passover pastor Pentecost pilgrimages pope prayer prophet public ministry repent Resurrection Rite sacrament sacraments of Christian Initiation sacrifice saints second coming sin the first part of the Mass in which we become one as we prepare to listen to God's word and to celebrate the treating everyone fairly and with respect the power of God's love active in the world Jesus Christ coming at the end of time to judge all people baptized members of the Church who share in the mission to bring the good news of Christ to the world the official public prayer of the Church the part of the Mass when the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ, which we receive in Holy Communion the part of the mass when we listen and respond to God's word four characteristics that describe the Church: The Church is one, holy, catholic, and apostolic people who die for their faith celebration of the amazing events that are beyond human power special job holy oil that has been blessed by a bishop for use in the Anointing of the Sick the first sin committed by the first human beings a short story that uses things from everyday life community of believers who worship and work together the Jewish feast celebrating freedom from slavery in Egypt the priest who leads the parish in worship, prayer, and teaching the day the Holy Spirit came upon the apostles prayer journeys to holy places the bishop of Rome, who leads the whole Catholic Church listening and talking to God someone called by God to speak to the people Jesus' work among the people to turn away from sin and to ask God for help to live a good life Jesus' being raised from the dead a special way that Catholics celebrate, live, and pray to God special sign given to us by Jesus through which we share in God's life and love the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and a gift offered to God by a priest in the name of all the people followers of Chris who lived lives of holiness on earth and now share in eternal life with God in heaven Jesus' coming at the end of time a thought, word, or action that is against God's law

6 synagogue vocation vows the gathering place where Jewish people pray and learn about God God's call to serve him in a certain way promises to God

7 Vocabulary List for Grade 4 Word absolution assembly Beatitudes bishops bless Blessed Trinity cardinal virtues chastity Church conscience consecration Corporal Works of Mercy covenant covet deacon diocese disciples domestic church envy eucharistic prayer examination of conscience free will fruits of the Holy Spirit gifts of the Holy Spirit grace greed holy day of obligation homily Definition God's forgiveness of sins through the words of the priest the community of people gathered to worship in the name of Jesus Christ teachings of Jesus that describe the way to live as his disciples leaders of the Church who continue the work of the apostles to dedicate someone or something to God or to make holy in God's name the three Persons in one God: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance the virtue by which we use our human sexuality in a responsible and faithful way the community of people who are baptized and follow Jesus the ability to know the difference between good and evil, right and wrong the part of the eucharistic prayer when, by the power of the Holy Spirit and through the words and actions of the priest, the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ things that we do to care for the physical needs of others a special agreement between God and his people to wrongly desire something that is someone else's serves the parish by preaching, baptizing, and assisting the pastor a local area of the Church led by a bishop those who said yes to Jesus' call to follow him the church in the home, which every Christian family is called to be a feeling of sadness when someone else has the things we want for ourselves the Church's greatest prayer of praise and thanksgiving to God the act of determining whether the choices we have made showed love for God, ourselves, and others the freedom to decide when and how to act the good things people can see in us when we respond to the gifts of the Holy Spirit the seven gifts which help us to follow God's law and live as Jesus did the gift of God's life in us an excessive desire to have or own things a day that is set apart to celebrate a special event in the life of Jesus, Mary or the saints a talk given by the priest or deacon that helps us to understand the readings and to grow as faithful followers of Jesus

8 human dignity human rights idolatry Incarnation justice Kingdom of God liturgy Liturgy of the Liturgy of the Word martyrs Mass mission modesty mortal sin original sin parish pastor peace penitent poor in spirit pope prayer precepts of the Church psalm reverence Sabbath sacrament sacred Savior sin Spiritual Works of Mercy stewards of creation synagogue temptation the value and worth each person has from being created in God's image the basic rights that all people have giving worship to a creature or thing instead of God the truth that the Son of God became human respecting the rights of others and giving them what is rightfully theirs the power of God's love active in the world the official public prayer of the Church the part of the Mass in which the death and Resurrection of Christ are made present again; our gifts of bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ, which we receive in Holy Communion the part of the Mass when we listen and respond to God's word people who die rather than give up their belief in the risen Jesus the celebration of the the work of sharing the good news of Jesus Christ and spreading the Kingdom of God the virtue by which we think, speak, act, and dress in ways that show respect for ourselves and others very serious sin that breaks a persons friendship with God the first sin committed by th first human beings a community of believers who worship and work together the priest who leads the parish in worship, prayer, and teaching the freedom that comes from loving and trusting God and respecting all people the person seeking God's forgiveness in the sacrament of Reconciliation those who depend on God completely the bishop of Rome, who leads the whole Catholic Church listening and talking to God with our minds and hearts laws to help us know and fulfill our responsibilities as members of the Church a song of praise to honor the Lord honor, love and respect the day of rest set apart to honor the Lord a special sign given to us by Jesus through which we share in God's life another word for holy a title give to Jesus because he died and rose to save us from sin a thought, word, action, or omission against God's law things that we do to care for the minds, hearts, and souls of others those who take care of everything God has given them the gathering place where Jewish people pray and learn about God an attraction to choose sin

9 Ten Commandments theological virtues venial sin virtue witnesses worship the laws of God's covenant given to Moses on Mount Sinai faith, hope, love less serious sin that hurts a person's friendship with God a good habit that helps us to act according to God's love for us people who speak and act based upon what they know and believe about Jesus giving God thanks and praise

10 Vocabulary List for Grade 5 Word act of contrition Annunciation Definition a prayer that allows us to express our sorrow and promise to try not to sin again the name given to the angel's visit to Mary at which the announcement was made that she would be the mother of the Son of God Anointing of the Sick the sacrament by which God's grace and comfort are given to those who are seriously ill or suffering because of their old age apostles Assumption Baptism bishops Blessed Trinity men chosen by Jesus to share in his mission in a special way the belief that, when Mary's work on earth was done, God brought her body and soul to live forever with the risen Christ the sacrament in which we are freed from sin, become children of God, and are welcomed into the Church the successors of the apostles who are ordained to continue the apostles' mission of leadership and service in the Church the three Persons in one God: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit catechumenate chrism Christian initiation Church common vocation Concluding Rite Confirmation conscience consecration conversion Corporal Works of Mercy deacons ecumenism eternal life evangelization a period of formation for Christian initiation that includes prayer and liturgy, religious instruction, and service to others perfumed oil blessed by the bishop the process of becoming a member of the Church through the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and all those who believe in Jesus Christ, have been baptized in him, and follow his teachings the call to holiness and evangelization that all Christians share the last part of the Mass in which we are blessed and sent forth to be Christ's servants in the world and to love others as he has loved us the sacrament in which we receive the Gift of the Holy Spirit in a special way our ability to know the difference between good and evil, right and wrong the part of the eucharistic prayer when, by the power of the Holy Spirit and through the words and actions of the priest, the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ a turning to God with all one's heart acts of love that help us care for the physical and material needs of others men who are not priests but are ordained to the work of service for the Church the work to promote unity among all Christians living in happiness with God forever the sacrament of the Body and Blood of Christ, Jesus is truly present under the appearances of bread and wine proclaiming the good news of Christ by what we say and do

11 faith fidelity gifts of the Holy Spirit holiness holy day of obligation Holy Orders hope Immaculate Conception Incarnation Introductory Rites Jesus' mission Kingdom of God last judgment laypeople liturgy Liturgy of the Liturgy of the the virtue that enables us to believe in God and all that the Church teaches us; it helps us to believe all that God has told us about himself and all that he has done faithfulness to a person and to duties, obligations, and promises; in marriage, the loyalty and the willingness to be true to each other always wisdom, understanding, right judgment, courage, knowledge, reverance, and wonder and awe sharing in God's goodness and responding to his love by the way we live; our holiness comes through grace a day we are obliged to participate in the Mass to celebrate a special event in the life of Jesus, Mary or the saints the sacrament in which men are ordained to serve the Church as deacons, priests, and bishops the virtue that enables us to trust in God's promise to share his life with us forever; it makes us confident in God's love and care for us the belief that Mary was free from original sin from the moment she was conceived the truth that the Son of God became man the part of the Mass that unites us as a community. It prepares us to hear God's word and to celebrate the to share the life of God with all people and to save them from sin the power of God's love active in our lives and in the world Jesus Christ coming at the end of time to judge all people all the baptized members of the Church who share in the mission to bring the good news of Christ to the world the official public prayer of the Church the part of the Mass in which the death and Resurrection of Christ are made present again. Our gifts of bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, which we receive in Holy Communion public prayer of the Church made up of psalms, readings from Scripture and Church teaching, prayers and hymns, and celebrated at various times during the day Liturgy of the Word love marks of the Church marriage covenant Matrimony Paschal Mystery Passover the part of the Mass in which we listen and respond to God's word; we profess our faith and pray for people in need the greatest of all virtues that enables us to love God and to love our neighbor the four characteristics of the Church: one, holy, catholic, and apostolic the life-long commitment between a man and a woman to live as faithful and loving partners the sacrament in which a man and woman become husband and wife and promise to be faithful to each other for the rest of their lives Christ's passion, death, Resurrection from the dead, and Ascension into heaven the feast on which Jewish people remember the miraculous way that God saved them from death and slavery in ancient Egypt

12 priesthood of the faithful priests prophet real presence Reconciliation religious sacrament sacramentals sacrifice saints salvation sanctifying grace sin Spiritual Works of Mercy stewards of creation virtue Christ's priestly mission in which all those who are baptized share ordained ministers who serve the Christian faithful by leading, teaching, and most especially celebrating the and other sacraments someone who speaks on behalf of God, defends the truth, and works for justice Jesus really and truly present in the the sacrament by which our relationship with God and the Church is strengthened or restored and our sins are forgiven women and men who belong to communities of service to God and the Church an effective sign given to us by Jesus through which we share in God's life blessings, actions, and objects that help us respond to Gods' grace received in the sacraments a gift offered to God by a priest in the name of all the people followers of Christ who lived lives of holiness on earth and now share in eternal life with God in heaven the forgiveness of sins and the restoring of friendship with God the gift of sharing in God's life that we receive in the sacraments a thought, word, deed, or omission against God's law acts of love that help us care for the needs of people's hearts, minds and souls those who take care of everything that God has given them a good habit that helps us to act according to God's love for us

13 Vocabulary List for Grade 6 Word ark of the covenant Beatitudes Bible blasphemy Blessed Trinity Book of Genesis Canaan Catholic social teaching conscience covenant Divine Inspiration Divine Revelation ecumenism exodus faith free will Gospel holiness hope human dignity idolatry incarnation Kingdom of God lamentation Last Supper manna marks of the Church martyr miracle Mount Sinai Nazirite Definition a wooden box in which the tablets of the Ten Commandments were kept teachings of Jesus that describe the way to live as his disciples the written record of God's Revelation and his relationship with his people a thought, word, or act that refers to God without respect or reverence the Three Persons in one God: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit the first book in the Bible an area in western Palestine that included most of present-day Israel the teaching of the Church that calls all members to work for justice and peace as Jesus did the ability to know the difference between good and evil, right and wrong an agreement between God and his people the special guidance that the Holy Spirit gave to the human writers of the Bible God's making himself known to us the work to promote unity among all Christians the biblical word describing the Israelites' departure from slavery to freedom a gift from God that enables us to believe in him and accept all that he has revealed the freedom and ability to choose the Good News about God at work in Jesus Christ sharing in God's goodness and responding to his love by the way we live; our holiness comes through grace a gift from God that enables us to trust in God's promise to be with us always; it enables us to be confident in God's love and care for us the value and worth that comes from being made in God's image and likeness giving worship to a creature or thing instead of to God the truth that the Son of God, the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity, became man the power of God's love coming into the world and into our lives a sorrow that is expressed in the form of a poem the Passover meal that Jesus shared with his disciples on the night before he died a sweet bread-like food that God provided for the Israelites in the desert the four essential features of the Church: one, holy, catholic, and apostolic person who dies rather than give up his or her belief in Jesus Christ an extraordinary event that is beyond human power and brought about by God a mountain peak in the rocky southern part of the Sinai peninsula a person consecrated to God who promised not to drink wine or strong drink, touch

14 Original Sin parable Passover patriarch Pentecost pharaoh prophet proverb providence psalm Resurrection sin soul steward superstition Ten Commandments Torah Tradition vocation wisdom anyone or anything that had died, or cut or shave his or hair hair the first sin that weakened human nature and brought ignorance, suffering, and death into the world; we all suffer from its effects short story that has a message the event in which God passed over the whole of Egypt, taking the lives of every firstborn Egyptian and sparing the Israelites a father, or founder, of a clan, a group of related families the day on which the Holy Spirit came upon the first disciples the King of Egypt someone who speaks on behalf of God, defends the truth, and works for justice a brief saying that gives wise advice God's plan for and protection of all creatures a poetic prayer designed to be sung or chanted to some kind of musical accompaniment the mystery of Jesus' being raised from the dead a thought, word, deed, or omission against God's law the invisible spiritual reality that makes each of us human and that will never die a person who is given both the authority over what he or she cares for and the responsibility for seeing that it lives and grows the false belief that living creatures or things possess powers that in fact they do not have the laws of God's covenant given to Moses on Mount Sinai the Hebrew name for the first five books of the Old Testament the Revalation of the Good News of Jesus Christ as lived out in the Church, past and present god's call to serve him in a special way the knowledge and ability to recognize and follow God's will in our lives

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