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Parables of the kingdom: Parable of the weeds - Describes judgement day when good and bad are separated. Parable of the mustard seed - smallest of all seeds, represents K.O.G; may begin small but will become large and powerful. Parable of the yeast - whatever contribuation we make to the world around us, no matter how small, it is important. Commandments: - something which must be done or obeyed. - A set of rules to be used as a guide for living. 1. You shall have no other Gods but me. 2. You shall not make for yourself any idol, nor bow down to it or worship it. ...read more.


- Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied. - Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy. - Blessed are the pure of heart, for they shall see God. - Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called children of God. - Blessed are they who are persecuted for the sake of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." Sacraments: - Outward sign of an inward action, a ceremony where Christians become closer to God. Baptism - Symbol of washing away sin and rising to new life, done by immersion or sprinkling of water. Confirmation - The completion of baptism, the person confirms their beliefs. ...read more.


Eucharist: Effects on daily lives: Given strength to contribute too: - fellowship of God's people. - Prayer of the church. - Action for the poor. - The community life of the church. Vocation: Layity: Someone who is baptized and is a full member of the R.C.C. Role - To support priest by prayer, offerskills, share problems, and cooperate in presenting the word of God. Duties of a priest: - to offer the holy sacrifice of the mass. - Forgive sins. - Annointing of the sick. - Hearing confessions. The RCC teaching on Marriage: - it is for life, is permanent and exclusive. - The couple become one - they grow closer to God. - The couple will not use contraception. Adultery: - I when a married person and another person rather then their lawful spouse have sex. ...read more.

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