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Eucharist Eucharist is the Christian sacrament commemorating the death and resurrection of Jesus.
Eucharistic The Eucharistic acclamations are the words of praise spoken or sung during mass.
acclamations Eucharistic acclamations are spoken or sung.
euthanasia Euthanasia is the practice of intentionally ending a life to relieve suffering from disease.
evangelism Evangelism is preaching the word of God to convert people to Christianity.
four The four marks of the Church are the qualities that Jesus shares with his Church.
marks The four marks of the church are 'one', 'holy', 'catholic' and 'apostolic'.
free Free will refers to the ability to make ones own choices in life.
will Christians believe that free will is a gift from God.
grace Grace refers to God's benevolent nature and unconditional love.
Heaven Heaven is the state of being with God for eternity.
Hell Hell is a place of eternal suffering and being apart from God.
hierarchy A hierarchy is the system of ranking status in an organization.
history History is one of the literary forms within the Bible. They recount the stories of the early Church.
image Image of God is the belief that humans share some of the characteristics of God.
imago Imago Dei is another way of saying 'Image of God'.
Dei Imago Dei is the belief that humans are created in God's image.
incarnation Incarnation is the belief that God took on human form when appearing as Jesus.
incarnate The Incarnate Son refers to Jesus and the belief in God as a person.
Son Jesus is often referred to as the Incarnate Son.

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